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Mount Vernon signal: May 9, 1913 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913050901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: May 9, 1913 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. T, Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. SpilIIMII MT. VERNON, wumti COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY y Established o? -- "M""""!"" 'S - 1887 5 rim iiiwiiaiin " ,iiimiii mh, m. WSKSWM1WWWE DUMBER 32 ROCKCASTLE 9 1913- D PIliT I Her home is in the rarely trodden BRODHEAD. 9 wild" Writes on Boone Way Mr. and Mrs. Brack Durham Shall we fail to give the and Other Interestmerited tribute in wl a shall be have returned to their home at ing Subjects. a lasting form, that shall last as Burr, after spending the past week long as "We are many in One'' with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ky. Mrs. Emma Somerset, and sti 1 survive that. Ii we do D. B. Albright. May 3 '13-Mthen we stamp ourselves indelibly ,CaPPs of Lebanon Junction, has Friend: Dear as degenerate sons of noble sires". l blurueu uurae aiier speuuingja The above lorm of address is You mav. tho not a female lew days witn her mother, ftirs. perfuuetory; it is real, it is sin- n..nn uuvv. a. oiiqUL f!Bettie Browu, near Spiro. Miss ,n- i, - i;i, wulu yjj. """""'I I think justified by our cere, and curiosity why I selected a certaiu Lena McCall was the guest of past intercourse. period rather than another to send Miss Grace Brady, of Stanford, tor "Boone the contribution. I am inclosing check You shall have the latter part of last week. H. Postage Fund" which will pur- - that curiosity gratilied. It grows L- - Wilson has returned to his Ichise stamps for one hundred and out ot a little sentimehtahty that home in Indianapolis, after spendof usual is in me, of which I would fain ing two months with Prof, and twenty five letters I had intended sending wt ight. Mrs. A. M. in this prosaic time, rid myself Mrs. T. H. Likins. tvo weeks ago but was prevented but cannot entirely throw it to the Hiatt, who has been very sick lit and style ol ail for the past week, is better at by an attack of the maladies winds. others I have incident to old age. It was during the week inter- present. Miss Judith McCall atdropped ou the latter part ol the vening between the 12th and 19th tended the play here on Wednesas well is of the greatest .sentence by reading in the in of April just day of last week Mrs. J. W. 55 years ago that importance Tate was in Louisville on the first fernal newspapers, daily, my young eyes first looked upon and hebdoma- Mount Vernon then and now a of the week. Mrs. Jennie Brown U Our supremacy in this Ih.e dal, so often that Mr. so and so veritable Mecca of the heart to was up from Louisville between is acknowledged bv all who died fjom tee inlirmaties in- me. It was a love visit, iu the trains Tuesday Mrs. Vula Reyhave seen our Line this spring. They seem to Spring time when as Tennysou nolds and Miss Ollie Cotfee are cident to old age. I Mill II If'ff HI 'ffftfS W'SF have found no other cause for s) sweetly expresses it "A young visiting frends in Wildie this ! The Diamond Bra nds lm e Mrs. R. E. Albright is. "Shuffling off this mortal coil" man's heart turns to the things week. given us the Shoe Uisiness of If 1 was monarch of all I sur- of Love". T had ys&m. ii$ our town. e have them ia hied across spending a few days wi,th her paril put a country from Somerset to bring ents, Mr. and Mrs,. H. L. Thavp, vey I would certainly makes and all leathers quietus on it. It js bad enough home, the then to me the dearest at Junction, (jitvt tips. week. .'itenr, r.ft;iniprsi ijS5KS:. T.- - - '--. . . .,., w.. vici fliin v.'U. jtez: rw..rv'' ' J?7tQAT.i,.. goodness knows to be old without little girlie in all Ule "Wl4e "The. Winnhig pf Laane Cash,-to- q "Mofol X'..l...,.l- mmRxstrL " ws presented by the Graded, having it constantly flung in wide world.". It rained, sq as to Cunvass, Velvets and all the your face by sheets that have prevent immediate return and for School pupils in Crab Orchard, on 'birfc.TU(f "J new minus. your money in their jeans. I several days I was detained in Thursday of last week, Among S2 Once a enstomer, always n think it high time that a crusade the village. I did not form many those that attended from here were cutomer on Diamond BraiuK. was made against it under the acquaintances, the time being Mrs. Brack Durham, Misses Min The style of Ladies' Shoes is statutes for the prevention of better employed. Of those I did nie Gentry, Mattle Owens and of more importance today thru cruelty to animals I believe meet I am unable to recall oue Mattie Adams, Messrs. Everett before ever Our "Nobby" last we are man is an animal, and woman is Bright and early on Sunday we Watson, Irvln Martin, Leonard featuring this season has a short vamp, your iriend how much he thinks not, because I have seen no (it was I that left Somerset) but Shelton and Charlie Owens. high Grecian instep, and we of a H. Sowder announcing Mrs. a raging If paid for your suit a piece from suc:i the death or it found Buck creekand we were im- a few W. with her is spending strongly recommend cauhei days female parents near inpassible stream Wnltop T?rVino - . j it to our cusmay Clothcraft and he doesn't happen to old. be that they never grow vited to partake of the hospitality Wnirn ..ii-J- . this vi j.vuuiu- i, J.w. Vive . IIW tomers. But I am helpless and can of that prince of gentlemen, Mt. Vernoa rot, and, week. least a third only enter this my feeble protest. Uncle Jeff Gilmoie till the flood Mrs. T. Bf. Likins Mt Tuesday hers sure to guess check I assure you will of water should suhsidp. Kv a of ternpon for Caney ville for a surpris- be The if it is paid, the actual price more ou wllt tight squeeze good vsit. Dan. Sowder sold he fqrdhjg was j remember, no I am too fast YOU cnpcf.'jUv mntU nn Mnnrtnv a pajr of. youpg 'noises to. a, Madl-s,o- u the first place hard for are entirely too young either. county man for 8o25t Robe.t f.r thqt, morning Somerset was realize a suit can fit you so well so Jet me say that you have reached in artel for- jne to, fliiake Lear, sou Of Mv- - 5ud Mrs. Chint time? heard from tratiifiop anfl as a my opening campaign speech as, Lear, qf the Hlatt section died being measured for matter of ancient history, oj" the a oanclidate for county ?ttoruey. Tuesday uight of tuberculosis, man who when postage stamps This was uiy fp'st puljllc entrance and was buried In the Oak Hill wool, covered lv a guar- when he notices first were in vogue, used Qno but Into polities t Then which has been, not oemetevy at 2 p.m., Thursday. autee that also insures lastcloth, the ne:it tai being a doubting Thomaa wrote inappropriately, the denominated as Prof. Frank Tueton left Monday under it "Paid if the D d thing j 1, I havp heeu iu ing sha)e, satisfactory wear anil the loring it more or for Bowling Green where he wili Suits in small sizer., sticks", fins may hnve ouie loss slnee. I next saw Mount spend the summer. The. ejection and service. mid drape of the ? ejt application to the enclosure, the Vernon when oaLsinp through for trustees at tV,f Graded SehooU d On the strength of this an336only(carried- jcjothjfcs. io is D- -D thing ma not be honored ., .v:c!ft,,0 M(tiaflaM r w.w I Saturday yc:sulted in the election, guarantee alone, many men o learn that Clothcraft QVerstOcfc) Toolo.se out quickly nt 1 unless presented promptly. icat 111 the fall of 1861; then on. qf A. E. Albright and C. H. F?;iV. have iirst been led to buy O 1 fi t k e s cost only $1,0 have some faint hopes that it the second Monday rj pev suit. Absolutely worth taree and four times the 'price. Misses Fennie BijooVs aud August will pass the cashier but candor tjo.25. JSspjepiaHy is and wear Clothcraft Clothes. Frankije Spouleyiajited, their auut, strictly up-to-d- ate 80 Suits to (Mrs. Lvj JicCaU i,n Marbug, It' a safe example for you and doing what is right betwepq . Til' - . T, Jie surprised to learn that "! lt!;s week. Ved.di1u1g- bells will close at Factory Cost. If you miss this, you have misstd. man and man, compels me to say to tYjllQW, Clothcraft Clothes are all mr L,iucotn. biuce. then. ty,yi your ohauci. that the ljglp hand sjde of my visits cm pleasure, politics and ring in tlese prts again shortly. bank book is making a desperate business busy now. Mr. are eer reguv-havti Qar Load Stoves and Ranges and I sometimes fear a successful t and Mrs. Walter Robins were the. &ientifiiG Tailoring Makes it yent to se one aweet-oaYhn q seqd pi assault on the left. possible to sell The CJoth- Car Load little did I anticipate that gnests of Mr. and Mr. S, N,. before the citadel surrenders aud I Davis, in Laneye', Friday and craft Blue erge Special was going j0 fan desperately in Car Load Fence the pillage is complete. W. E. Gravely No. 5130, at 15. it love with another, the Saturla. I am glad to add my "Mite'' :o good people of Rockcastle CjlUUi.Y 'iSy store building is vxvi&i ff Brand tD this glorious enterprise and to Received Car Load of u completion, which af SKU is the but such act, thpy have wish it a hearty "God Speed". o, hafc part of to the appeavao Fertilizers for corn and wheat hCQU my constant friends thru, It is a proposition wrjrthy oj iiU good soon as complete, as. tow,, and evil report, never having ffigyfe acceptation. liberal terms to good Farmers Jf a road is finished failed me. I have l.nyi them, ) Gravely and Ejder will move their as proposed it will rival historicall these y?u? a?, sha,ll loye new stock qX goneral merchandise ally, and patriotically the great. On last Saturday, W. M. I 4a I pould not lt to Roman Highways That enabjed. a yien Happy feet mean happy Smith offered for sale at public wUUom opportunity pa& men. Miserable feet mean speedv pfead pf the Qospel qf We have the best out-cra part of the remnant lavp na.rno eonuceted in a iv S,on of .Miu. This Vjas h,eep nervous men. the grouchy, on the market. maU way wiiii au undertaking in stock o goods brought trom. far better expressed hy x tfreat Beacon Shoes above all else mean comfortable The. safe was not which thuy have so d(;ep an Hiatt here. feet. They fit ANY shape or size of foot broad, nian, Edward Kvniett, in ih&se very largely ateded, partly due slim, long, short, high arched, or low arched, etc interest. beautiful words; "The roads and I could not resist, the almost tjo hcjaefj that the trustees' elec- acqueducts of Rome have beeu th e G1 strong temptan'o '.unb- ionas.on, so Mr. Smith has Readmiration of a'l alter ages, and equally t,o dded to continue- Ijhe salo next have survived thousands of y(.ars urden wht '.v; ou, m heart a;t 1,0. o'clock! Thei,e ur,e several tjo, Saturday, begifltu after all her conquests hayc been s,om,ei.ue-a in,. MaitD ta,li ba?gaii,vs were swallowed up in vlesi'jpsm or yhouI might have done this, oaved., lat Saturday.. nhosoming but youi; prominei Beacon makers have developed ft science become tjie 'spoil oi barbarians". For the convenience of families "who can buy in go.tl Sf'.fitting-'fe- et exactly. Andthev"tfi Besides if thia State Would baye 9onnecti,on with the. mjOvnyc, quantities, we have added this new department. (you possessing alyj xU$ plhet JTheywear as well as thejf look, an4 feel. Kreat men in the present or the LOOK AT THE PRICES: future it must do something qualifcatjjos) tbted m.. choice. F.M.Hoyt Shoe Co.,iTfafccr, MuicHcster, Kwjfmpiliire Dollars Yi 0- 'In conclusion, vijtU tjhe. $Tft 5e.waiid "fojf- One. HvtUdwd Catarrh a,n,Y cas ol worthwhile to honor and oerp4tu Fine a hundred very best wishes, with, tlji pJ& tha,t cnuoti be cured by Hall's ate the names and deeds of its that The. ".Bqpi Wv'A vvtll be Ca,ta.irbCu.r, or 65 cts bag pioneers who laid broad ands deep 1 a y constructed h,at yp,u,r ' nim.e njy f im F. J, CHENEY & CO., Toledo (he foundations of its present made, a hundred Ohio, ' glory. 'passes, le linked wth it, and jo Witt "An age We, the undersigned, have a.n old or 70 cts (iver in gienge the me.ri.ts p) is pardon, the garmV known F. J. Cheney for the last man'--' Stince-rlm yours, years, and believe him perfectiS tjerqic, deserves 3s a purishmen ly honorable in all business, transThomas . Morrp'w, hoqld nqt brifl (p.vtl W fa little more than 9 c a pound.) actions and financially, abje to, Mr. James Maret, jQ siich rp p,n,a in. is ruidt". carry out any oljgatons rnade by lb Mt. Vernon Ky. quality Roasted Coffee, BajjiS J 9c " part of th,e ".Wiouing- qt tue his firm, xr i "iTrtxT at nAMv nn rOvf. Wejt" garibe written in which for IK Gran. Sugar HEALTH A FACTOR IN MERCE, Tolpd'p, 6. his name oan he omitted. His 'x SUCCESS 94),,s Cataijh Cuiftv Ija 'taken fame has reached across the 90c a doz Corn 90c a doz. Can interrjally, actisj dff jfectljy upoa the largest "Tuotui contrihutinp CONSTIPATION CURED EFFECTbroad Atlantic and has been to The MOST PROMPT AND gf can'dsuccess i undpuhtedly blopdj'andj r&tycons surfaces of th Hundreds of items sold at strictly Wholesale Prices. UAL CURE FO c BAD COLDS Dr. King's New Life Pills will placed among the immortals m hlaitii'. ' ""It has. been observecl, svsift. Testimonials sent free, l When you have a bad cold you relieve constipation promptly and the following glowing gtuTfruthful that a man "is. seldom s.ic! wen ci(?e 75 eenti per bottle. Sold i healthy con- hries of En g land 'p djuggist. premier poet, his.'' bowels "ar,e, rguipjr lp,e i want a remedy that will not only get your bowels in ' Family Pills for Mt. Vernon of liord Take HaU dition again,.-- John a,re consti-ptfd- f neer we. vyVpo, tn&v y'rbn; )f 'all men give relief, fyut effect a;prompt and SanWyjiPa., "TfaeV are says': constipation you will cop station, Hot permanent cure, :i remedy that is pills I ever use'd,1 and I Who passes 'for in lite ancj d,eitk 0n,d nothing 'quite so goc4 a Watch Ofd pleasant'to take,' ar jeinetlj that a,dvjs,"eeYybneto use them foy. is chock full most Vrqky Ohambe.lain's Tab.le. They not totitaihS ' nolhiiJg i rti'tf r' i q j's. gret m(e.n which in ou$. only move the bowels but improve iRemedy cbnstip&tion,"jndgest!op and liver Ohamberldin's wCough Mt Vernon. of goo& Vill Help you' I the appetite and strngthen the di laces stare, It complaitip.".' JjjSgfg al tjiege requirement. Bnce Sac riecoramndea by Is Daniel Boone, Backwoodsman gestion. They are sold by all. She's coming gg pn nature's plan, rejteves scores and lor Infants and Children, Cbas. C. Davis. dealers. jBtigs, aids exp'ectcration. opens of Kentucky. Tin Kind You Havi Aiwav&Ita$ Mt. to the front good the secretions and restores the S 1 -url'V Crime came not near him she is G?ry svstem to a healthy condition. Bears the AVe are not fooling around. not the child of Solitude. FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S merchants This remedy has world wide sale Signature 'tif deAVe are busy as bees. Health shrank not from him, for and use, and can always be upon. Sold by all dealers. pended u THENOBLESTROMAN BBBJgnEjQS kw - Diamond Brand r i IP j R'S oes The LOW SHOES, semi-weekl- y, tn-week- ly I' mW fass'a 1 - The Estimate of Clothcraft Always Higher Than The Price it's at It's not it's '!'.. r.v'i-u- ASK - .- . know it, than ing him to without two,-month- In that - it ER'S stylish A j surprise About 75 Men's 34 35 About Men's .,. g surprise: $2.50 Furniture '11 - , n f --$!,. to-w- Just Fox Most i, y Say, Sinners, don't you need a good Cultivator r SOMETHING NEW BEACON SHOES - Vii advance -- fr . raiiy wnoiesaie uepi Pat FLOUR $2.60 IfilHKiU - a I yh - Finest Pat FLOUR $280 a bag Sutton & McBee The Clothcraft Store " y 4Qlfe,TubLardr$5.50 Fiae 25 Can Bag - - a $1.20 Tomatoes by-al- tbe-'bed- t pl U.G.BAKEK The Man From Vernon te CASTOR A I Ch.ildren Cry Children CASTORIA CASTORIA M&k z. "?. Pisgah is progressing nicely with ballot of that party with which you might do better with it, but j TOM COVINGTON JR. they declare their affiliation. 1 don't see just how it can be Mr. McKinney as Superintendent Is a Dark Bay, black points, 1G; Mrs. Win. Sickeutiles is in a This will leave the selection of done. Even New Jersey might iUOS, Friday, May 9, 1913 critjcal condttioll and her recOVery the nominees open to some abuse be worth considering with Wood-- h.anda, high' faled April Allen Quartermain, he Car- because under it a liepublican row in the White House and sired bv is doubtful. Rev. CharK by Tom Covington. 1st dam l by Publishi.d every Friday elector might declare his affilia plenty of Jersey pride. mical filed his regular appoint Maude, 2nd dam Gray Eagle. ; EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. However, here's hoping you'll tion with the Democratic party, ment fit. Sinking Valley Saturday Mr. Charity Barnes receive a Democratic ballot and get it and I'll live to run a b g Tom Covington, Jr.. is a com and Sunday $I.OO then vote foi the weakest candidate red touring car up and down it. bined saddle and harness horse 'of Burr, has returned home after DESCRIPTION ONE YEAR He possesses all the live gaits By a concerted on the ticket. Yours to command, spending several days with her with speed, grace and action. He f of any great W. J. Lampton, tther, Mr. Win. Nicely at this Advtrtising rates made known on action on the part is a true type of the saddler in of members either the April 2Q, 1913. t number place. application beauty of motion and form;, is j one or the other party, the weak A TEX AH WONDER. QUO! HTHe'kaVEN SNORE fearless and absolutely sound. est candidates ot eitner tne one MEMBER OF NO MORE The Texas wonder cures kidney Has already proven himself a fine KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION or the other party might thereby Dr. Taylor's anti Snore appli- breed, colts huge size and splen- and bladder troubles, removing be selected, but from the careful gravel, cures dhbe'.cs, weak and j reading of the entire law I see no ance will prevent or overcome did build. snoring and that dry and parched This champion 6 year old still- - j lame backs, rheumatism and all way that this matter can bt condition of the mouth, tongue and lion will make season of lOloatj irregularities of the kidneys and regulated or controlled unless it i i throat, so annoying to ones self Regu my farm mile noith of Pine in both men and women. left to the discretion and good, and associates during the hours of 1'ites bladder troubles in children, Hill, Kv., at $10.00 to insure a judgment 01 u:e judgment 01 me Sleep. Emminent physicians and dent- living colt Season money due! If not sold by your druggiht, will judges and I doubt then whether ' AXXOVNTKMEXTS. by mail on receipt of $i. ists agree is they would have the power to a common that mouth, breathingand when mare is traded or parti d ' be sent cause of most throat ac- - One small bottle is two months' refuse a man a ballot on the nose diseases, enlarged tonsils, with. Care taken to prevent cidents but responsible treatment, and seldom Jails to not DEMOCRATIC TICKET. simple grounds that they did not nasal catarrh, adenoids, and Send for testi- Perfect a cure should any occur. Ve Are Authorized to Announce believe he affiliated with the irregular and protruding teeth. tin-- nnd oilier slates. W A. TODD monial from John . . Hilton, , As a candidate forJntler ofKockcastlp subject to The appliance costs $1.00, Posk Dr H w Hail L,y26 0hve sU.eet me action or the Do.nocrouc party. Auitust pri- - nq.fv indicator oy hie rlorOarotinn . mary. 1913. Postoitice- Level Oreen. Ky. paid. Try it. It will please you. Ayril 11, 1913 Pine Hill, Ivy. ' yt LoUS Mo s,jld by druggist. I do not think that it was the i Dr. R. Evans Taylor, intention of the Legislature that i KEPrftLK'AX TICKET. 333 E. 4th. St., Get Busy. Cleat' up all cellars. HOPEWELL ' there should be any blank space' COUNTY ATTORNEY. Cincinnati. Ohio. back yards and allevs: destroy all .. .. . Wo Aro Autnorizeil to Announce Reference 5th 3rd., Natl. Bank. left on the ballot lor the writing rubbish and papers as far as E. B. THOMPSON Mrs. Laura Taylor and children p ssit)le by ,)U mng; banish thtr a candidate for County Attorney of Rorkcastlo qJ" jialjleS As May My belief in this view of Buckeye visited Mrs. Taylors tjn can nuisance from your home; uxt Primary. 1013 is somewhat borne out by the " WHY A MAN L1KE8 A DOG. parents Mr. and Mrs. Win. bowder Don't let tne "good, old .suinnier SSIERIFF. latter part of Section i7 of the We Are Authorize! to Announce at this place last week. M re. time" catch you with neglected cam nr.uu.ixi5 act, which provides as follows: uon Jtori: ustle subject to As a candidate for Shenit of "Why does a man like a dog?" Capps and son, Jack Adams, of and unsanitary premises. up day "The ballot shall be printed so muryV'ioia! tb:RemW,can party- - jMSUat "' wait for the regular cl"an Corbiu have returned home after isi-nrn i nri We Are Authorized to Auuounte aS tO give each elector out uo some oi it now auU you clear lC3iJUUUCU the suffragette muy, . . T S EKAS.NAMON : spending several days with Mrs. wni have luss to do then. ' repeated: "Why tO designate blS CUOlCe fiercely, and Asa candidate tor Sh rill of Rockcastle subject toi Opportunity tne ac""' oi the lieuublscan party. iiuKuhtru-mary. 1813. of candidates for nomination oy does a man like a dog? Well there -- apps son, Allen Adams at this RHEUMATISM QUICKLY Wc Are Aurhonzed to Announce making with the stencil a cross are numerous reasons, though a place. Mrs. Cynthia Nicelev of FHASK EAKEH dog is not a reasoning" being:. A this place was called to Freedom CURED As n candidate for Jitilero. Rockcastle subject to in the square after the name of the action of the Republican party. August dog will lick the hand that beats Wednesday to attend the bed side Primary. 1013. each candidate for whom he "My sister's husband had an Mrs. Mary attack of rheumatinm in his arm,'' We Are Authorized to Announce it; a dog will eat a crust and a of her daughter, 'wishes to vote for nomination. HARRY JONES 'Tt my rnnstri1ftinil As a candidate for Jailer ot Rockcastle subject towrites a well known reMdent o nf th?5 bone and bless the giver; a dog Harper. iJ the action of the Heudblican nam-- . August Primary. 1813. "'I gave him a things whatever a man does js ' It seems that workings are the Newton lovva. Section is correct that is that the iMpht, and nrnnpi- - a Hnor 1ms no order of the day in this nart. bottle of Uliamberlain s Liniment choice of the elector shall only o james winstead ' " i1 l .... i. i ...i t:...i .. !.:. .. ,. As a candidate for Jailer ot Rockcastle subject to , - be Qesiffnateu in the manner pro- - rights that a man is bound to re- - Hanson Pitman had a log loll.ng the action or the Republican party. Aueubtpn. .. .......... ... ... ...... ...... ...., .M rllAl,1!lt;t!m mary. 1813. . Vlded in SeCtlOU II, then the soect; a dog asks no embarrassing Wednesday and also Aden Rash av:is gone." For chronic tnuiculai We Are Authorized to Announce J. C. MIZE 'nmVprc. nf the PiPftMnn Wnn!d tint questions; a dog is always grate-- had a working Widay Luther rhiuinatisin you will find nothing Jailer of Asa candidate lorRepublican Rockcastle subject to, Pri-,., fnl. nn m!it,nr liir tulmt- - n finer Kasli has moved to Laurel county, better than (hamber'aiu s Lun- party. Aucust the action ot the aw " " j t. be authorized to count as a iriiiii mary. 1813 .L.I.V. ' We Are Authorized to Announce oltl ly all Healers Ihe bunday School al Mt. ,m'!it . ...... .. .., cv ww ..w. vote for any person, whether for nnp! tint :3.r Inn man tn sr.air nt M. C. SOWDER home nights; a dog is satisfied to As a candidate lor Jailer ot Rockcastle subject to uce jl3K33l2KjS'. ES&22222 Farl3 or lue Oilier, a name the acUouol the Republican party. August Pri-- I ES3S?ZI32aE mary, IB 13 written on the ballot with a pencil love the man, whether the m. n U,V--J uuu, i ylyxrv inU. COUNTY COURT CLERK i"- uw6 or with pen and ink, as far US InnQi? rha- rfrr ui mji" a. uug auu- announce Wc are authorized to mits to any and all impositions that is concerned. s s S. F. BOWMAN r as County Court As a candidate for without protest; a dog does not1 5i,24 Htfl'i l--u j It is claimed by parties posted 3 Clerkot Rockcastle county, subject to the action of the Republican party. August primary 1013. in the law that when a voter cast consider itself a man's equal; SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. his ballot at 19 12 election for a dog lets a man have his o n We Are Authorized to Announce HISS TEMPEST WARD Wilson will not be allowed a Re- way; a dog doesn t want to vote; As a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Here are several reasons why I trade Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican publican ballot or one who voted a dog is just as glad to see a man party. August Primary. 1813. C Store: for Taf t will not be allowed a demo- wuen he gets in at 3 o'clock in MAGISTRATE. We Are Authorized to Announce the morning, almost helpless, asj cratic ballot. The same rule W. M. SOWDER BECAUSE---Qualit- y As a candidate for Magistrate First Magisterial would of course apply to the if he hadn.t gone out at all; a considered, his price can't District, composed of E. Mt- - Vernon and Walnut ot the Grove voting precincts, subject to the notion dog has no mother in sight and be beaten. Republican paity general primary election, Aug- Progressives. ust 2, 1813. a dog can't talk back can't talk BECAUSE There are no delays; customers REPRESENTATIVE. The Board ot Trade Bristcl, bick, mind you, nor won't talk Wc Are Authorized to Announce receive prompt attention. Va., Tenn.. advises our Commer-- i back. That is why a man likes L. P. THOMPSON BECAUSE -- Things we get at Chns. C. Davi' Legislative District, composed of the Counties of Cial L.1UD tUat three districts of a dog." Laurel ana KocKcastie. Buu;ect to tiie republican I August 2. 1813. Primary. Store are all right. W. J. Lampton, in New York SCOtt COUUty in Virginia have 'voted $165,000 for good roads Herald. w.j. hovard BECAUSE Things that go wrong bought at Legislative District, composed ot the Counties of WOlCb aSSUTGS the Completion Of " Chink's" place will be made right. pmary. August2. 1813. ost o&c.MCwhor-- , the (Ky.) WONDERFUL SKIN SALVE BECAUSE The poor man's dollar is worth just Highway between Bristol and Bucklen's Arnica Salve is as much at Charley's place as the rich man's. The attorney general's office; Cumberland Gap. Boone Way known everywhere as the best BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store? at Frankfort gives out the from the Gap to Crab Orchard remedy made for all diseases of the skin, and also for burns, bruises opinion that independents are would do the balance. every deal is strictly confidential. and boils. Reduces inflammation barred from voting in the State and is soothing and healing. J. BECAUSE Chas. C. Davis is never grouchy if W. J. LAMPTON. primary election to be held T. Sossamau, publisher of News, you don't buy. of Cornelious, N. C, writes that Assistant at Aug. 2nd. I913. (He Rites; Try Him. Phone SS. tofney general Morris says: "In One of New York's great riters one box helped his serious skin ailment afterother remedies failed. the nrst place the Primary Election is W. J. Lampton, a native cl Ouly Rocommended by 20c. law is designated for the sole Leslie county Kentucky the heart Chas. C. Davis. purpose ot nominating candidates of the mountains of Eastern Any portion of our domains. He has of the dominant parties party to participate in the primal'" made good in the great metropolis must have cast at the last pre and has gained a national reputa Money-Savin- g ceding preiidental election 2o tion m his profession. Power Lies in The per cent of the voles in the entire 'following epistle indicates that Intelligent Buying state and such parties are re- he is a believer in the old sayings: quired to make their nomination "It is better late than never", in the primary. and "Its never too late to do STUDY THE FORMULA OF This act does not repeal the good''. Listen: provisions of the old law which Brer Maret: for nominations by provided By this time date of your petitions or by conventions for letter Jan. 30. you have cooled the political parties not included down from cussing me out and AND YOU WILL FIND IT RIGHT in the provisions of the recent I take my pen in band to let you act. know I am well and hope" you Independent voters should not are enjoying the same blessing. Spreading Power - Durability When your request for a Boone have a right, nor are they authorand Beauty combined ized by law, to vote in the boom came I couldn't have primary elections. Independent lound time to have done it if I SOLD BY To do and other political parties would could, but I couldn't. have a perfect right to meet in that sort of thing right a man convention or to take the sense of has to be on ihe ground and up the independent voters in any to the chin in the spirit ot it. Of way they please and they thereby course I could have written a might indorse the nominees of Fourth of July sort of a blow, The other but it would have sounded like the regular party. than Democratic, Republican and wind and not had half the power I've been Progrebsive parties, are not of a genuine cyclone. by this law to any there and I know. restricted Made in the World's Largest Independent Furnaces, Mills and So much at tne time your particular method of making their Factories for the Production of Wire Products. What of it ? nominations, nor are they limited letter came. Then when I began to get my breath and stretch my Why should you bother about the " Pittsburgh Perfect " Fence, has helped to any particular time. size of the plant ? Only for the one big to build the mammoth plant. That is "Under section 19 it wi'l be legs I concluded that as I had been reason back of it all the big, still growing why ycu should know about it and why clearly seen that in cities where so doggone impolite as not to pay plant is the result of the success of "Pitts-burg- h you should learn all about " Pittsburgh any attention at all you had registration is requited a person Perfect" Brands. Continual im- Perfect" Fence AS MADE TODAY. who is registered as a Democrat probably consigned me to the provement in material and manufacture, Before you buy any fencing, get our free backed by the original idea of the Eleccatalogue. It's a mine of valuable fence would not be entitled to and hot place and gone ahead ou your own power. trically Welded joints used only in information. Get it today. Then I felt should not receive from the clerk Made la Different Style, for HELD, FARM. RANCH. LAWN. other than a Democratic ballot; better and began to study up a Pnrl Hliaranteed CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT .YARD and GARDEN lVCry real nice apology. This isn'J. it. likewise a person registered as a Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade Republican would not be entitled This is just a nice statement of " you .that some other fence is Just,as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. and should not receive other facts. to Perfect" Brand of Barbed Wire; If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write How is the road buildijg coming Bright. Annealed & Gelranized Wie; Twisted than a Republican ballot. Iu the gTJJjFTimutWf for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913 Cable Wire: Hard Spring Coil Wire Fenc Staples; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire counties and cities where registra- on? Do you know you are Nails Gahraaized Wire Nails; Large Head Pittsburgh Steel Go, RooTMfNaik; Single Loop Bale Ties; 'Pittstion is not required this matter tackliug a mighty big proposition? burgh Perfect" Fencing. AU made of Open Pittsburgh, Eennylvuiia J n tv ncarca ewunu. canrot be controlled, but it is If you could swing the road some provided that the qualified electors how up into New York sta.e .hall be. allowed to vote only the where there is plenty of money MT. VERNON SIGNAL I -- 1 I D ONT BE GROUCHY. j I Don't come in with your mind made up yon wouldn't buy a Suit from us at any price or that our Spring stock isn't nice. Don't we know you don't mean it. Come in and smile. We're worthy of it. And the clothes are, too. 1-- 4 j SPECIALS IN $15.00 SUITS $15 .00 Suits that laugh right out for ? - i happiness. $15. OU Suits that echo Springtime from every seam and button. $15 . 00 Suits well, what's the good of telling you all about them here in the newspaper when we're SURE you will come iu and look them over 2-- 2t . j . I ... ."t - a - try one on, maybe and let your wife see how well you and the clothes become one another. Got a wife ( : It's back . a happy world, this full of j ' grand things, if you will only smile And the $15.00 Suits are great helps to happiness. ; 1 I ' i , I j ,.,',,.,,,,,, ! 1 E. L. f3e&3q)63c$ v i Cockrell Livingston, Ky. & I i . t. -fl 3, wm x3362xxxSgx5S83c B rod head Ky COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets anjl Kobes, Mail, Telegraph or Tele- j GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER i at Q Davis' Drag JiMJBbsssssssWbbbubbbsbbbbbbbt fffVjBtsV IISvlsssssHiMsBssBssssssss jSLsB I phone orders Promptly """Asl WSsssPfcT-- ildfca Filled. Bristol-to-Lexingto- n &G2K3oe :$fcx3fecca LOSS Money in this Bank prevants loss through Carelessness, Pickpockets, Fire, or Robbers. BANK WITH US Hanna's Greer. Seal Paint PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. For Sale by J. B. NOE, Mt. Vernon, Ky. . Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence JONAS McKENZIE SELLS SELZ SHOES THE "ROYAL BLUE" r I F you Pvvv need a good pair of shoes it . is to your interest to examine the Sek line before you buy " 1 nl p JONAS McKEHH MT; VERNON, K, r .ibw.i vTTw.y.'y y; i 'ft f. 'fT; i ! ! e- -i ! John Hysinger, a prominent farmer and stock buyer, and Miss Rose Julia Vance, both of Mt. Vernon, Ky. May 9, 1913 Hill vicinity, were marriedtheon the 3rd. Inst, at London. Judge -Trr"Cll up "No. 79 Mvouwan toCommun Angel, of Laurel county officiated cat with SIGNAL The Signal, join their many friends in wishing them happiness. Mrs. Margaret Griffin aged about 80, the widow of Willis Griffin who departed this life about four years ago, died yster-- e M achvillc R. R. Co. Louisville 4 jday morning atter an illness of TIME TABLE several weeks of a complication of .4.59 p m diseases. The burial will take 22 north in Elmwood. 24 north 3:53 am place 11:38 a m 33 south Hobert Lear, aged iT, oldest 12:19 am ; son of Mr. and Mrs. Chint Lear l!i oouth Jas Landrum, Agent. of the Hiatt section died Tuesday night after suffering a few Phone No. 8 from that dreaded aisease months Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoflice tuberculosis. His remains were mail matter. as second-clas- s laid to rest yesterday atternoon at the Oak Hill burying ground. MT. VERNON SIGNAL LIVINGSTON. 1 LEVEL (J KEEN. "79 No time to write a letter this The farmers are getting along week, but we are for James Maret nicelv with, their work, most all for County Clerk down tnis wav. ol them are done plantiug corn. Notice: There came to place about April 25, 4 yearling day of court at Mt. Veruon last f . ,. heiters, l'ed ?ud roan; 2 red. steer$ MT .,. tvtuucauuy. unu -- Thompsou attended the singing! at Providence last Sunday. Miss Sallie Hastv a beautiful young lady, of Wildie Ky., was called to rest Monday evening, her promising young life departing with the sinking sun, bringing darkness and sorrow to her uieiiasanu relatives. She was a girl loved by all who knew her and will be missed more than words can express as her loving sympathetic disposition was a source of sunshine and happiness to all who came ihei path. While the deceased is sadly missed by a mother and father and a host of friends and relatives we are comforted by the consoling thought that she is in heaven enjoying the glories thereof and awaiting the time when she will be with her loved ones once more. Weep not for those, who now at H orl.-u to-da- y ( PERSONAL Louise McCoy was in Corbin Tuesday. Louis Landrum in his Danville Messenger says: Mrs. Anna Miller was in Louisville for the day yesterday. Miss Susie Thompson was home from Crab Orchard Sunday. Lincoln Pennington, of Berlha, Js here for a few days with Miss relatives. A most interesting revival is being conducted at the Presbyterian church this week by Rev. C. C. Brown State Evangelist, the "Watson, and Rev. Pastor Rev. Michiel, of Harlan, who has charge of the music which is a most interesting feature. Large crowds are attending each service . The services will close next Sunday night. After an illntss of several Miss Jennie Stone of Monticello, Coffey, is the guest of her cousin, Miss months, Mrs. William of the Wildie section passed to Willie Francis. T. Riddle has been appointed morning. Befre her marriage Postmaster at Walnut Grove. she was Miss Reynolds a sister C. the great beyond last Saturday Pulaski countv. W. B. Whitehead has been on the svsk list for a week but is able to be out again. Miss BSanche Crawford was hrtme during tfoe week from E. K. S. Normal icbnond. Mrs. R, E. Thompson was here from Grab Orchard first f the week with Mr. and Mrs. Wm, of Mr. T. G. Reynolds. She leaves a husband and five children to mourn the loss of a devotee wife and mother. The burial took place at the family buiying ground. On the evening of last Monday at 6:00 p. m. Wildie's favorite gjrl; passed to eternal rest. Jfevtfr before have we experienced such q. sad .an$ unexpected loss Poynter. Miss Mat Williams spent a portion of last week in the city and attended the Educational Convention. Kussel Ptjoctorwas home during the week from Hiedelberg where he holds a good position with the L. & A. r. a,i Mrs. C, H. Huffman and little son, William, of Huntyngton, W. 'Va., are with her mother, Mrs. Ada Rshback. Mrs. James B. Coleman and little son, of Louisville,, were with Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Cox a few days last week. as the death of Sailie Hasty, ffoe was a beautiful, unselfish girl and had lived a pure helpful life; a friend to all and beloved by all We wish to extend our sincere Ground limestone for fertilizer and other purposes is one of the regrets and heartfelt sympathy products gotten out here bj' W. to ner bereaved parents. J. Sparks Co. The demand for Leo Keller. it is growing and the firm is The annual clean up day was being rushed with orders. well observed yesterday and many Tell me, ye winged winds that wagon loads 01 trash were hauled around my pathway roar, do ye of the city. Property owners responded very well and had not know some quiet spot where tne trasn in parcels ready tor wives clean house no more; some the hauling. The nesft, an$ lone, sequestered dale, some island really most important step to bo oceajf girt. whe:e life is not one war with cobwebs am taken, is that of keeping the LOCAL premises clean. Nothing is moro dirt; where natures carpet spreads Have you ever seen the Missing disgusting than a yard filled with beneath their tired ftet, and Link At FishV? Ask about it. rubbish and trash. As the saying wretched men are near compelled The its emerald tolds to feat? Se "Sylvia'' at the Graded goes, "Be decent il you can't be breeze fanned my heated face School baiWag next Tuesday respectable " and said: "Beat on, there s no evening. The Rockcastle County Christian such place." Any business man who gets Bible School Convention will There are many to criticize and into politics is fast getting out meet with the Rose Hill Sundav $c0ol. Sunday, May 18 di. next manv to offer aduce in this world of bufriaess. The SllUdav week. We are unable to but now few real helpers. The price of admission is only New York Sun tells of a recent print the program hjs issue but io 5 & 35cts., to see Sylvia hope to next weisk, Every school incident on the streets of that next Tuesday evening. in the county is expected to teud great city, wheie ahorse drawing A Do you want a Blue J3acfc &s many delegates as will come a cartload nt GOijl, sfajled. great crowd gathered about, anc Speller? 15 ts. or by mail J3 cts. everybody is expected to Lloyd N. Maret, Mjb. Vernojj, biing a futy jacket. If your many were the words of advice d Ky. schooi has not reported to the spoken to the driver. One whipping, another tying a Over 50 boys and gifls wjll ap- County Secretary please see jh&t ploth over the hprseis eyus, blpw-jnpear ia the chorus a .Graded it is mailed to day or bring it to n his pap, and such things. School buifdjng next Tuesday tie Convention. Jqst then two pallors came along, W. H. Fisij, Sec. evening. and qne of them called out, Ay, Candidates Take Pledge. mate, but here's a craft on a reef If vou want to witness a high In a great many of the counties Over with her, then". Both class entertainment see "Sylvia" of the State the candidates for seized a wheel for a lift, the at Graded School building ne:t the different county offices have driver clucked for the horse to Tuesday evening. met together and each signed an go ahead, and away went the easily as you please. The W. J. Sparks Co., are agreement not to use any whiskey load asWere the onjv two, in, the They running the Mt. Vernon plant .day or money in their campaign fop whole crqwd who, had notadvisefl and night. The output is about votes in the coining primary. the driver how to doi it This Js a very progressive step and to cars per day. Or.p Blue Back Spet.ur, Like U is sflid fhat sue a move may Many voters have asked fi our your grand father studied fifty be instituted by candidates in fellow citizen, James Maret, to beFor Tj.cents op'by Kackcastle county. vetyone vears. Hgo, LIqvw Maret, come a candidate on the Democratic i cents would he glad to s.ee such an mal ticket for County Clerk. Mt. Vernon, agreement made and carried ouj Ky. In this Issue will be found except the "floaters' who of two intere ting letters; one from course would regret fhe move, the eminent judge T. J. Morrow thereby making the pledge all the of Somerset, and the other from more desirable. W. J. Lampion of New York A, N. Ballard the man from Sylvia, the Musical Play to be Garrard county who came to this given at the Graded School build county about tnree years ago and ing next Tuesday evening will be, bjught over a thousand dollars one of the best programs ever t worth of stock, givinc: checks for ' game all of which wens to protest, given in the'town. and made his escape, disponing Men, it's time to change your of the stock before the fraud was underwear. Get into one of those detected, was arrested by Deputy A Pure, Grape new-oo- l Cream Komfonable Klosed Sheriff Cam Mullins in Hamilton o at' Fish's and Ohio, Wednesday. Krotch.JJnion.Suits Sheriff T. J. Tartar Baking Powder yourii'nderwear troubles will end. Niceley went to Cincinnati yesterEvery stock dealer and especially day morning to meet Mr. Mullins ""wi3a--ww-----w-the directors of the Mt. Vernon land with the necessan papers for Royal Baking Powdor Fair Association, are requested to! the extradition of Ballard, who Itpproyes the flavor be present at 'the meeting to be was brought to Mt. Vernon on aridadds to thohealth-iulnm- ss bj3(l iu.fhe !court bqus, 'Saturday, he early train this morning and of the food. Mav iothat 10 o'clock a.m.M lodged in Jail. y Hatcher aad children spent x "" ""' .day with Mrs. Hatcher s parents u. nrouueau on copper vieeit. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown. Owner can have sairie by paying Vic Price accompanied by Paris all trouble and: expense. Sowder, of Mt. Vernon, was in May g.-J. J. MonLEY. Somerset last Wednesdav. M. R. who has recently returned J, Jones ARE YOU INSURED ? If not see JT. S. Albright, Mt from Florida, seems to be suffering Vernon, and have him place your with a well developed case ot fire insurance. Fourteenji years in chills and fever. Zelina Brown, of Langdon the business. Five of the best companies represented with a long Dormitory was with homefolks list of customers. Ask from Friday until Sui:day. Mr. those who have insuied with us. and Mrs. C. W. Lathim spent If you have a. loss, you want a lfSt Saturday night and Sunday pi'ompt and satisfactory adjustmunt with Mrs. M. E. Frfce. Miss and hat it. what you get if insured Isabelle Ping was the guest of Miss Ola DeBord Sunday and with us. E. S. Albright, Monday. E. B. Thompson of Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mt. Vernon, is spending a few IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF days with homefolks and shaking THE UNITED STATES hands with the voters. C. E. Foit the Eastern District of Mullins was here Tuesday and took dinner with his sister Mrs. Kentucky. J. J. Brown. Mrs. Jonas Pitman who has been sick for some time In the matter ") is now in a very critical conA Bankrupt. of dition. ) Uhas. H. Rice Jack Ballard the optician from Stanford, Kv.. Brodhead was here this week. April 50, I913 V T. Todd is to be seen smilling A meeting of the creditors of in town again. Mrs. G. B. the above named, who has been a very elaborate diuner adjudged Bankrupt, will be held on the 29th, in honor of the at the office of the Referee. Standoctor's birthday, those who had ford, Ky., on the 12 day of May the pleasure of being present 1913 at 9 o'clock a. m. to elect could only wish that such dinners a Trustee for the estate of said oftener. Little Bankrupt, and for the transaction could be had Miss Sallie Price is spending a of other business a may come Comply few days with her cousin Elizabeth before the meetn.g. Isaacs at Bee Lick. Miss Ora with Sec. 57 of the Bankrupt act Brown is very sick at this writing. concerning proof of claims, otherTwo men from Dayton, Ohio, wise your claim can not be supposed to be "Holy Rollers" allowed. J. N. Saunders, are preaching at Jim Bullocks Referee in Bankruptcy. this week. Vic Pricg anpj Cay never malce a better You'll than to put your mone5r into Fish's $15 special suits today. , ,. .,ifK M , ci.ii.. O1-- 1- m,-uwu- ..',', ;., ! .,,.. it-- t '& lsr-- ... nil. ' i; v nua. j. ' bun-'man- Blwfr-- 7 : h n w ri V HPi fli n 3t m. in? mmem rest, Are by eternal happiness blessed And when in peace, repose somewhere, In heaven, safe in Jesus care. Our girl is gone, we loved her so, But God has said we all must go Still, death is but a veil, that here On earth doth hide a brighter sphere. She is not dead but just asleep And some day God has said will meet, And press her fondly to our heart , In heaven never more to part. OYS Will be Boys, until they are men. We're here to outfit them now and then. You'll find here a mot careful v cliosen line of fixings for boys and children. H You'll find the handsomest equipped department of its kind in the county. EL n mi WSBDfStM 1 mm irw v & Law-ren-ega- ' Leo Keller. J. E. Howard, of Crab Orchard Ky., whose record from the cradle till now has been oneof unsurpassed sobriety and humility escaped unhurt from under the slashing knife of Jim Rogers will still be found, at his home, at King's Crossing; i.n, Rockcastle cquqty, atten,di.n.g hja stallion and jqek. A.dverti&eraent , May 2-.- 3t O We want sons, mothers, fathers, brothers to become familiar with the service and merchandise which we combine luie to meet the requirements of this cQiunnuwy in the matter of dress. ffimii ; i We Outfit Boys From Head to Foot Suits, Straw Hats, Shoes, Felt Hats, Trousers, Hosiery, Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear, Raincoats, Caps and Belts Outof-Tow- M mm THE OPERETTA u SYLVIA" May 8 Orders by Mail or in Person Given Special Attention. Satisfaction assured or monev We Pay Parcel Post Charges on ail refunded purchases. n W --- LOOK fOR THE SIGN OF THE PISH )t At Graded School Bid Tuesday Evening, 13, 1913. PJWL Mi---T w y C$i i?sLjlLMStA-UiTHE HOME OF AT A SOLOS, O'CLOCK GOOD CLOTHES. MUSICAL DUETS, PL A . Y the cause of many serious diseases, of which, the most frequent are Pneumonia. Bright'-DiseaTyphoid Fever and Malaria or Chills. A sallow or yellowish complexion Is tom of a Torpid Liver, and a Torpid QUARTETTS CHORUSES a sympliver J se. ad SIR BERTR4M QE LACEY (Tenor) The pniirt Paet , t , , , PJilNOE TOBflYTUM (baritone) A Akin of Consequence WILLIAM (Baritone or Bass) An honest fanner K)BIN- -A etujntyy ,,,, CAST V. C, TATE NE Is a Liver Medicine and Bowel Regulator o? Great Power and Effectiveness. 'A Torpid Liver which has resisted all manner of cathartic medicines is forced Into activity by Herbine. Thl3 marvelous preparation not only puts the liver in healthy condition, but it strengthens the stomach, helps digestion, purifies and regulates the Dowels. "When these three Important organs are In a sound, vigorous condition, sallowness. had hreath. Indigestion, dizziness and general languor or tired feeling- soon disappear and are replaced by. a flao feeling of exhilaration, or strength, energy and cheerfulness. - JESSE FISH JOHN FISH LOUIS MILLER ad-vse- g SYLVIA (So.prn.no) U . ,. . Betrothed to tie Lacey , , , ,Mits, ANNA E, MILLER ': BETTY Alto) betrothed to William ,MISS ABERNATHY . ARABELLA A lady in waiting n't Court. MISS TABITHA HIATT All A MINTA (MezjurSopvano) '. MISS MINERVA PENSEL $er sister ,. I'OH-Miss Marguerite Lovell v..i i'iHinfin ittiuMiejM i Msa Jennie Morrow Miller MOLLY Friends of fteity I DOLLY Miss Mary Mae Lathim Ohorus ; PnriH lads, farmers' daughters, and hay- mjikera, composed of 5Q boys and girls. ACT I. A luiyfield, A Summer Morning. ACT II, A Uayfield, Lftter in the same day. (Mezzo-Soprano-- Price 50c per Bottle. JAMES P. 3MJLAKD Faa?RT8R 1 ST. LfWS, HO. ..... Stephens Eye Soive a fc and apeedy remedy twt Eye. ". Y ,..! RzcowKenoiDBvl Sold by CHAS. C. DAVIS. It's Time tL. VM. A Nerr TO CHANGE ' ADMISSION 15; 25 and 35 cents Reserved Seat Tickets will be on sale at CHAS, G DAVIS' DRUG STORE. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION ARrPrQW COLLAR Arrow Shirt Iihtwelht, Deep Pqm4 Your Underwear Right now we are helping a good many men act! young meu prepare to-- . keep cool this summer. Wc sell POWDER CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, MAV 11th mm White Cat. lilifflilif 3raiK Jm llllitFRQHT H 1 $1 .50 Trip Round KLOSEDKROTCH Union &its At $1. o S2. WE HAVE YOU-- Ml J3 Mi3fli Iln I'M IKD I SIZE? i $3tYimmmmMmm THE HOME OF GOOD aOTHES" IN.BACK Vh Ifsl.llllUll SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. CASTORIA CASTQRIA t "Ohildren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Ciildrex Cry FLETCHER'S FOR ) 2vkJ ' L vr-- t-- tntfttrimyfi M&MUsasigw rhvikir'M ,.. " .. . n.ftfifw.i.r.T iJwM II -- fa (rfCJ'V"T' l "7 -- fm-. - ? grMifc , ,, , y, ' IT ' -., . HI The of Cincinnaii, died Wednesday of last week, and was brought here atlvitwl me to take, 1 lonna inyseii very mucu im friend the following day, and was proved. After lii 'tins tliroo m(.re ooiucs, unu usiug tn of Dr. 'icrcjs Lotion Tablets, I found myself on uuw burried at the Providence burying road to recovry. I was in poor neatu ior uve years He is sur-- l j ground near Quail. now I am curvd. hop j all women uffcing from female weakness will "I vived by his wife and a small give Dr. i'ieno's lavor to Piescr Hion a fair trial. i child, and his father and mothdr Doctor Pierce's Pliasant Pe'tets --cgulate and invigorate besides a host of other relatives tiny granules Suj Btor.iach, liver cm. Mas. HECcnniMrs. It was $35o oo that Mrs. Vula Reynolds paid for the Vanhook of $25o oo as Celebrated Registered Combined Stallion property, instead week T. H. reported last Likins sold his residence pioperty on Main street to L. N. Vanhook ior $400.00. Mr. and Mrs. D. Will make the eason of 1913 in our care at $12 o to insure a living" M. Preston and Mrs. Leonard colt, money due when colt is foaled, mare traded, sold or bred to other Preston returned to their homes stock. Due care will betaken to prevent accidents, but not responsi- in Cincinnati Wednesday. Mrs. ble should any occur. In ottering this very high class horse for Etta Brown, after spending service we feel safe in stating that be is the greatest horse that ever .several weeks with her brother stood in this countv. A coal black with star and hind ankles white, Dr. Geurge M. Fiitb, of Tellico Goes ail the 1334 hands high, a perfect model in form and style. Plains, Tenn., returned home gaits with speed and action, and a fine breeder See padigree below : suturing wonun r av Lnow tho f vo worth of your remedies. I viis aVreatsu!T sc'r lrom femaie troubles but after taking one bott.e of Dr. l'icuc's Favorite Prescription, which a unu-boxe- The Commencement exercises BUODHEAIh' were fine and largely attended, dor9 (Delayed letter.) (and tbei faculty is certainly to be A man cannot i:ndcr;tant! the tcr.urc nd suffering many women uncomplainingly. If the majority of mcr suffered as much pain and endured witc. Reoeived too late for publication. congratulated they would aslc lor for the perfect patience the weakening sicknesses that no:t women do, immediate sympathy and look ior a quijk c::re. training of the pupils. Many women hae bean saved from a life of misery and Buffering by turning Mr. and Mis F. L. Durham, to the right remedy Dr. Pierce's Iavoite Prescription a remedy which is tale an COMMISSIONERS SALE. to take because containing no Darcotics, alcohol or injurious ingredients. It is of Mt. "Vernon, attended the alterative extract of roots, mad3 wita pure glycerin, ana first given to the public ot me Commencement exercises at the of women Dr. K. V. fierce, by that famous speciali&t in t'.ic d.sea-.uRockcastle Circuit Court. Invalids' Hotel end Surgical Institute of BuCalo, N. Y. Graded School Tuesday. Leon" St, Mas. Lizzie 31. lESsncnrKR. of Lincoln, Neb., 529 "C ard Preston, son of D. M. Preston Bank of Mt. Vernon, Plaintiff', av- .imo iia,l with much pleasure so that sonic send v s proved surety, bearing interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders must be prepared to comply with these terms G. S. Griffin, Afaster Commissioner Rockcastle Circuit Court jigoaji? fc-r- i il P n vTii II 1 1 Jha GA B 1 r u L IB M IB For Infants and Children. uftzry IrRlift!il COMMISSIONER'S SALE. "I ic vs. George Ketron, Commissioner's Sale. MP xvmt s Huldah Ketron, Allen Kktron, and Peoples Bank Defendant s Rockcastle Circuit Court. Helen Griffin, efal. Plaintiffs. vs - fifes? ALCOUOL 3 PEK CENT similaiinClfieFbnrfnmfRpdito ling (lie Siomadis andBo-slof The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of m Commissioner s Sale. ', bo-ni- ., M. DONN,3623 I ( n u o o 2 2 O Q home from Mt. Vernon where she has been visiting relatives for Akin annieGarratt472 the past week. Mrs. Will CarlI Nannie fDIguit-Dar- e ton, of Louisville is spending a I Win. Welch Keg. rso.ifs ! few weeks with her parents, Mr. Welehmont I Lizzimont jd Mrs. Fugate, in the Hiatt ( Abdullah Messenger section Mrs. Dave Cottengim j Dam of Gill's Ver-- ( Duiii was in Mt. Vernon between mont. trains lhursday of last week f Black Eagle Black Squirrel 5S Wallace Haggard is here from 1 Mo.lie 70 Red Squirrel Covington spending a few days f The Shauklin horse with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Hadress 45S ; Lightning Juds A. J. Haggard. Jacob Eldei Reg.No.54921 f Conover's Elastic and son Elbert, were in Louis Nat Brown 81 viile first part of the week. Hennie Dan Miss Eila Carson was down from ' Not Traced 150S20 Mt. Vernon Saturday and Sun L Wicks Chief day. Mr. and Mrs Charlie Pik. of Corbin, are here spending a few days with Rev and Mrs A J. Pike. obn Evans is here MT. VERXON, Ki7 from Lexington for a few days. MissOma Brown and Arnold Hiatt are over from Quail attending the Commencement L. Storm, oi exercises. S. Keavy, is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs I. R. Storm this week. Miss Elizabeth Gen try is spending a tew days with her cousin, Miss Sue Cable and attending the Commencement exercises.-Mr- s. J. W. Mink from Richmond for a few days Miss Grace McCall i. down from Maretburg for a few days. Mrs. A. M. Hiatt has been verv sick since Sunday. C f Block Squirrel Black Eagle 74 Mollie 70 5S last Friday. Miss Edith Moore has returned Chester Dare 10 - ( f Dave 775 J "5 1 MILLER & BEAZLEY By virtge of a judgment and Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at tbei order of sale of the Rockcastle April Term, 1913 thereof, in the Circuit Court, rendered at the above causes, as follows: Judg- April Term, 1913 thereof, I shall ment iu favor of The Bank of Mt. proceed to oiler for sale at the Vernon $2300., with six percent. frontdoor of the Court House in interest from the 16th day of Mt. Vernon. Rockcastle Countv January, 1913, until paid; also Ky., to the highest and best bidjudgment in favor of the Peoples der, at public auction, on MonBank for $224.56, with legal inter- day, the 2Gth day of May, 1913 est from the 5th day of March, between the hours of 9 o'clock 191L', until paid, subject to a credit a m- - and 4 o'clock p.m., beinji of $4302 paid October, i9l2 and' reBular County Court day, on u ofsix mnthr, the following the costs incident to both judg-cred- it described real estate located in raents, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door, in Roccastle County, Kentucky, on Mt.Vernon, Ky., to tbe highest !the waters f Negro Creek, and bidder, at public auction, on Mon- bounded as follows On the west by the lands of B. day the 26th day of May, 1913, F. Livesay; on the south by the between the hours of 9 o'clock lands of Bert Owens and J. S a.m. and 4 o'clock p. m., being Helton ; on the east by the lands regular County Court day. upon a of Bert Owens1; and on the north credit of six months, tbe lollowmg by the lands of Bert Owens, containing forty-nin- e and described property : acres. A tract of land in Rockcestle For the purchase price the purCounty on the headwaters of chaser must execute bond with Roundstone Creeek and bounded approved surety, being interest as iolbws: On the north by the lands of from day of sale until paid and U. S. Berry and R. J. Lmville ; having the force and effect of a on the east by the lands of H. judgment. Bidders must be preE Bullen and J. C. Guiun ; on pared to comply with these terms. the south by the lands of Sarah G. S.j Griffin, Peters and Eliza Ambrose ; and Master Commissioner on the west by the lands of J. Rockcastle Circuit Court W. Baker and Thos. Kidwel1, containing 175 acres, and being the same property on which George and Huldah Ketron now reside. And the following personal one-fourt- h Walter McPhhrsox, &c, m 1 w r am ice- - Prnmnfcc nrJatfnn Chotfif. OsiMfr PAIltt(N wvtlhitM TC Gpiuiu.Marphine noriliaraL AAF WW W WOTflAKCUTIC. JtatfeefOldltSil'SIimVEm jlTBtStcd In rh JSSO titlM mt l!nrrhw Worm.CoiwulsitnisJererislr e,ii-:tnTm- Aperfect Remedy for Consflpi :.. fV Ai Use For Over ncssatulLoss TacSL-d- s or Sleep. Signature of $z The Centaur CompaxT, NEW YUKIV. Thirty Years Eract Copy of Wrapper. THC CINTAUR COMPANY, NCW YOFIK CITY. l3mX-'m'm- H '1 I & S Av.. TOION DMET CD. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND S ZZZ Mt. Vernon, Ky. property : One grist mill of Straub & Co. make, One shingle mill of Trevor & Co. make, mWi MOTHERS NURSING ' Scott JkBowM. g j COUCH METAL1C CASKETS Coffins and Robes. Licened Emhalmer will have charge of that line of S s :5 zzZ A Check on The Mt.Vernon Bank is a check on your payments. When ic comes back to you it is an indisputable receipt for your money. Payment by check is a check on spending, too. You think twice before drawing a check. And the second thought often results ?n your not drawing it at all. Open an account and you'll sye in spite of yourself. THE BANK OP MT, VBBNON MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, 1.. R rCHARDS, President. A. B. FUfc.ltfSH, Cashier. V. I (Trf3S22 ' Hn I UNDERTAKES J " Oar ii&e at Owcji ,Cas;k(ets is HaexfieliLed One 35 horse power engine, Peerless make and all machinery to operate same. Or sufficient thereof to produce t'ie sums of money so ordered to be made. Now on tbe debt of the Peoples Bank the personal orop-.rtwill be sold first. For the purchase-pricthe execute bond, with tpproved surety, bearing legal in leivsr fn)m the day p,f Saje until paid, and haying the fgrce and E. R. Gentry attended the of a judgment;. Bidders wil) Graded school exercises Tuesday be prepared to comply prQmptJy evening. Cashier R. G. Wilmott, with these terms. of Nepton, was in town Wednes G. S. Griffin, day. John Pike is with his Master Commissioner parents, the Rev. and Mrs. A. J Rockcastle Circuit Court Pike, this week. Mr. and Mrs Walter Robins are with relatives BEST MEDICINE FOR COLP here this week. Train DisWben a druggist recommends a patcher Drummonds was in towi remedy for colds, thrqat and lung for a few minutes Wednesday troubles, you can feej sure that l)e J. R. Cass was in Mt. Verhon knows what be is Hiking about. 0. Lower, Druggist, of Maripu, Wednesday between trains Quite a number attended Court Ohio; writes of Dr. King's New Discovery: "I know Dr. King's at Mt. Vernon from here Wed New Discovery is the best throat nesday. The Hon. J. W. Kincor and lung medicine 1 sell. It cured W attending the Educational my wife of a severe bronchial cold remedies itteraii Aciaion in Louisville this rt will do othersame for youfailed." the if you wete.:r A ft mjber of M t. Vernon ate .suffering with a cold or any oaople aitgn44 Jrie Graded bronchial, thrort or lung cougl . aenooi commencetnejjf pgercises Keep a "bottle on hand all the time Wednesday evening. Uf. D N for everyone in the family to use. Brown Special Agent for the It if a hoflie doctor. Price 51 c and jl.GQ, (jjjianteed by Chas. United American Insurance " ' C. Davj.. of Frankford, Ky., and Dr C0MMISSI0NlEIfSSALE. of Louisville, J. . y r e st ct dif cited nourishment in SCOTTS EMULSION. It creates strength and ricktftctire blood. It insures abundant nourithment and keeps baby growing. BUmflId,JI, J. U-- paiticulmrrr Becd the ore gOrders Office-Mt- . work for the company. by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points " Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 GEORGE OWEMS, Managers EOR THE WEAK AFD NEROTJS weak, nervous men and women would feel ambitious energetic, full of life and alwas have a good appite, ir they wot Id do the sensible' thing for health-ta- ke Electric Hitters. Nothing better lor the stomach, liver o kidneys. Thousands say thty owe their lives to this wonderfu home remedy. Mrs. O. Rhine vault, of Vestal Center. N. Y , says: "I regard Electric Bittei.-a-s one of the greatest of gifts. 1 can never forget what it has done for me."' Get a bottle yourself and see what a difference it wil make in your health. Onlv 50c X and $r 00. Recommended b Tired-ou- t, iiitiiiiautiiiiwiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiinimiitmimmil 3 y - yq&m0&3C$3C&Xl m-w- X&XZ&Z&JfrX -- HASH SADDLSS mw-- m mw rj g Chas. C. Davis. FOUND, tlip place tp buy Silver and FOUND! Spectacle.-an- d I collars, checklines, blind bridles, riding.brid J 1 gi, clc5 ivicrerron nouse, near bignaJ Plow gears, hames, chains, back bands. VT Eyeglasses fpr $ 1.50 and up. Gold. Ippijnupi Frames. Largest selection. i tpwn. Eyes tested Free. Years of experience- - J. C. MOORE JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. 1?. Jq3lCXX n T-. COX BROS. STOKE TT, I PI' TWirYlT 'J W. T. DAVIS. r- - ain Blood Was Wrong !j Dentist MT. VERNON, KY, Com-(E?f?v- y. Fron tRooms over Baker's Store jljCy.. xppvegeiflijfg .1 Commssioner Sale. gggf-. pffexdanf ISAAC CoFFEy, . mmimmr'-tBl&:fintii&WW AH orders by Wire Promptly Filled .W iMtl.- local Mf- ft foty fa &R By virtue of a judgment and or Mt Vernon, K . Tibe Henry 'Clay Fire der of the Rcckcastle Circuit Court, J Home and office in the late residence IpsttWiKe & fit Lexingion. and; Jrendered ihc April Term, ma i.r. Myers iormcrty oceuuieu oubjiu . 1S fflSW 'g MSt m& rsurWS thereof, J. ofer MainSt.,aM,t- - Vernon;" ' ' "" MT. VEB&ON, KY Phone MS man. He ha written nn?feer for sae at th frn or of the S itu'Qt risks ahecdy, and judging from CQHflt HTuge fr Mf Vernon, Rock- J.. th:r wav he is comer after tha castle Cpanfy, fa,, r ffei? r?r.grreH FOR Sale 1 tract of lamSsfivep winess it will only be a short and best biddPF atpabjic auctjop, yj) acres on the East side of R. j ntil ne wilf have his part on Monday, the 2tb dy pf May, UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER R. in ((SaujFay, Ky., good 8 room of tbe risk ;n thls section.Mr. 1913, between tbe hours of'fll dwelling ,kno as the .Heath Hiatt is a hustler cj.en it comes o'clock a.m" and 4 o'clock p.m.i. ' nronertv. i hnilt nn msJorn ctvl - L banking and ) p to j insurance, and being regular County Court day, j "r" " vWjit;h sum U12 finisfcogl in good style, ,,.U4- 1 H. "i'i.i on crpd'-- of six months, tne a rOver TJ. G. Baker's Store. t mer kitchen; good well, good bar fllj ig worth doing weu.'M; estatfc located esei'rbff4 Crown and Bridge Work a spac qd .store and good garden; . All work guaranteed. . .a&dr$(rs. Brtuk Durham we're in Rockcastle CBubTyV" 60 x 24 ft, and oithef o,t Ridings. jiere from ' Bratfch'.'-'anSpates (Quarry Wjea- on Scaffold Cane One good 4 worn .cottage as QQd ,J,,i i ' M,iss Magaijet 'TUfb.; boaLleQlas fo'llloWs :''u jHday. as new. well finished About 15 W was tne .guest cp, bn the tVIib by the lands oil ATtORNEV-A'ft'A- , young fruit trees, 1 will sell ior jhejr'imWIt- PW g, JRJ. Albright, Tfi& '.tflA. onWthe easil W tMe, sjsterj Mprs. j :t i v a r , , Air.iJi: 7 HI Lik' S3250, on easy termr. A spieadfd nd her cousjin MT. VERNON. XY. lanas 01 unait duubii ; un urea Annjf. jCss Ms 1 outh by the lands of Lewis stand to sell goods. For further from Mpday until Thursday., floor t tQUKE FOR STGM&e.H sopricks Co.; and on the. TheankofMt.Yc on, bniihurc particulars address jne at Conway Judge A. J. Haggard fell across i east'bv the jonds of Thos. Bul street.rrSpecial attentipn given DISORDERS Ky., or U S. Wyatt, a wagon wheel the first of the len and the fierea, Ky., Disorders of the stomach xnaybe Co , and known as the Eli Cof- - to collections,! week and as tbe result is sufferavoided bv the use of Ghamber-'lain'- s .F,eb. ,1,3-- 3 $ip. W-- ; M; Hayes. Phone No. 80. ley home. place, ana containing ing with a sprained back and Many verv Tablets. '' about 100 acres. broken rib. Mrs. John Robins cures Have been effected For the purchase price the pur.Son. Sold by all "by these tablets and little daughter Mildred were FOR FLETCHER'S b- - U Some men talk in their sleep. !quituick the first of tbe week. chaser must execute bond with ap- theaters cause that U Ui oijjr chance tanr vs. V i m Hearse sgnt to sM jWits the County o Jasuraflce Cft , genu., w,ereihere Rockcastle Circuit 0 JiaijieJphia, jthjis week ai(d R. H. Lewis, . . . The Franklin Xq3PC338Q W. TrFRANOm, Phone 49-- Court. Plaintiff All women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due to female ailments, are urged to fry Cardui, the reliable, scientific tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly, yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system, relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system, and toning up the nerves. During the past half century, thousands of ladies have written to tell of the quick curative Results they obtained, from the use of this well-knomedicine. wn rfWtf ffc? loc?l Agency of each Lcompa,nvaejl iy;.th Cashier A Denfjst TAKE b W. A. COX,! .. jcp ILJ - - 1 prel lld O ,. VfcraansTonic fcJ HR- - fyn$ pallehan JLrlJ-.-.'J- J. a McCL ARY fipiPr ,i ; , jL- - 101-lowi- blood was wrong?" J had "backi was very weak.' I trfed'several dbcfqrs, but" they BP1! F$ M W P9 gQ9i. I used Qrduj for pr 4 rnonths. 'gntf poy I tm. in the best health J have ever been, I can never praiji Cardui enough." It Is the best tonic, for women. wneuier seriously sick, or simply weak, try CarduL Writ fa? IjHIm' Arfvicnn. nn ... .. .j. . mSptclaCliutructwns. and book. "Home Treatment lor Women." gPch was weak, and my ipariy "M years. In a fette fro WnttevIIlg U;S"h4 ab!? !p"rfqlyvr"nQuVewQrfc, My ??ys: -- I $ Pt ffered from womanly trouble for seatfrtc JM 1 d Stanford, Ky. ewniiaia. "WE . DANIEL BOON AXLE GREASE sn-r-'- ,ji -- And don't have (o grease week. Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL Lewis-Wilson-HAC- kJ -- Children Cry t CASTORIA CO. Lexington, Ky. p 'ft 4L I'lSii 1 II " ??! rrr c- -