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Mount Vernon signal: May 16, 1913 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913051601_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: May 16, 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. Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. vC- -r viiitttf MT. VERNON, Hecttiitf w Httaa VC -- it fa- Established 1887 NUMBER 33 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 16 1913. who has been confined to his room with measles, is some better. W. A. Todd; of Mt. Vernon, was in our town Sunday. W. H. has returned from a trip to Cincinnati and Louisville The Livingston lumber company are building a new dun across Rockcastle river below their booms Mrs. Emma .Jones, who has been verv sick for some time is somet. better Dr. R. G. Webb has been on the sick list lor a few d.ys, but is some better at this writing, We had the pleasure of meeting our old friend, E Bullock, a few das ago. Elisha looks on the bright side ot life and certainly is a jolly fellow. Wonder what has become of ihe weather man and hi-- , spring weather. A li'ile child of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Car-onof Jellico, Ten n- died Saturday and was taken through here Sun day to Maretbui'K for burial at the family hurrying gronnd at Free dom. G. W. Nict'ley was in Mt. Vernon. Sunday. Mrs. Ben Hel-larof Hazel Patch, visited Mr. and Mrs. S. E. HeUurd, Sunday. We undettand that the- many friends of fames Mavet are pleading with him to make the race for County Court Olerl?. Wo believe this would be a wise choice for the democrats and we can't see why he should refuse to enter the race. While we are a friend to and like the present incumbent, yet he is on the wrong side of the fence Three cheers for James Maret Sara Stallsworth, who has a position as foreman of cpflsjtructififi t work jn CuHinaq, Afe., left wUlwm place Sfcturdy. OehQard, of near Plato, Pulaski countv. was here Sundav to rnt-e- t his daughter, who haa been at tending school at Berea, Ky J. H. Dlckerson has received a car load of ice so you see we are ready for warm weather when winter breaks. John Fields and. Cot-tongim s, FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY SmK BAKER'S Diamond Brand mm Shoes The fit and style ol ail LOW SHOES, others as well is of the greatest: importance. dt c Vfjl V RflraH -. y7 .SqB"iSA www 5J Our supremacy in this lit is nekiiowleilged by :tll who have seen our Line t hi.-- , 2 . d. MWMg:.,i - The Estimate of Clothcraft Always Higher Than The Price your friend how much he thinks ASK paid for your suit. If it's a Clothcraft and he doesn't happen to know it, he's sure to guess at least a third more than the actual price. It's not surprising either. In the first place, it's hard for him to realize that a suit can fit you so well without being measured for it. Then when he notices the cloth, the neat tailoring and the wool, Att'y E. R. GENTRY. In the proper place in this issue will bo found the announcement of Att'y E R. Gentry for County Attorney. 'ttEwiram&CTV 1PBS?C7ASWJ' vViHks LI V1NUSTON. Mr. 3i)4 Mrs. Hubert Niceley, of Berea, Ky,, .ire yisitfng Mr. aiid Mrs. V. G. Nicely this week. James Phelps, living near the Creek, had the mouth of Se-igto loose his house und misfortune its contents by fire last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. . Anderson's children, who have had whooping. The cough, are some better. Masonic order at this pjace nas placed a large bell on their hall. There-i- sa certain young locomotive f)r.eman, of Lebanon Junction, who makes weekly visits, to our town, but stmiiRO tn say, it Is nl-- j ways on Sunday, guess who -1 Mrs. R. J. Lemmonds and daugh ter, Elizabeth, are in Louisville this week visiting relatives. My. and Mrs. J. P. E Drumniondshas been in Knoxville the past week. Frank Orndoff , of Louisville, is with home folks this week. C, E. Rice Charley and W. A. Rice have ?-- returned from a fishing trip at Clearfork with a nice bunch of O. D. was with fish. folks Sunday. C. H. Rice )ome A. was jn Stanford, Monday. Taylor, of Knoxvjljp, was on Sunday's train, en route hojne. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stewart left for Elmwood, 0., Sunday, to make their future home In that citv. , h Worked fol. the L. & N. H R R COj ut thig piace; for the st nineyearS as night clerk, aud we do not like to give him up. J. W. Catlin, of Lebanon, now' fills the position. The series of meet- O. D. ins conducted hv cmnb.q, of Mflrebead, Ky!,' has Bi-ya- ever for-tha- Our uNobbv" last we are before. featuring this season has a short vamp, high Grecian instep, and we strongly recommend it to our cus- tomers The Diamond Brands hav given us the Shoe business ot our town. We have tliMii i;t all makes and all leathers Patent Leathers, Viei, Metal, New Tans, N buck. Canvass, Velvets and all the new things. fit Once a customer, always- a customer on Diamond Brands. The style of Ladies' Shoes is of more importance today thau 11 - ; se and drape of the clothes, he is surprise d to learn stylish that Clothes to 25. Especially Clothcraft cost only $10 is be surprised to learn that Clothcraft Clothes are all covered by a guarantee that also insures lasting shape, satisfactory wear and service. On the strength of this guarantee alone, many men have first been led to buy and wear Clothcraft Clothes. It's a safe example for you to follow. . R. a party of fishers from. Sfcau,fo,?d. returned hqup Monday: yith frfequt 1$ Pounds. 0 fish. MiSS An,n e M. "Yaton the beftvutfu BAKER'S A BIG Overstock) - Hfiientifiic Tailoring Makes possible to sell The Cloth- it craft Bilk Serge Special No. 5130. ai 15. fj i n and accomplished daughter of tj,p pQJ5ed wi tei ad"ditions Mr. and. Mrs. J. fl. Wa.Han will churcj). J. "y. Baker, of; MYPT' graduate in. the Union. Cottege, non, has. put in. a large stpck pf at Ba?b,ours,viHei Ma.y 39, 1913. gpofls jn the Mq.spn.ic brick. We Mt- - A. fenp,ington, our- marshal, gladly welcome Mr. Baker's re- is verv sick at this writing aud turn to our town, for we full well M.r. . . Hell&rd has bean know that a man who has once acting a marshal. Misa Bessie lived in Livingston cannot- bg sat: Carson, of Jeihco, is spending m eisowhere- -- Thos, Elliott. the week with iter aunt, Mrs. Sue MuUlna.W. M. Yaden, of Brod- head, was in our town Tuesday. W. G. Niceley has purchased the 8 gable hotel and restaurant of S. E. Pennington, price paid - SURPRISE JJ up-to-d- ate About 75 Men's Suits in small sizes, 34, 35 and 36 only (carried- - CD Q K C To close out quickly at K4S ZL per suit. Absolutely worth three and four times the price. close at Factory Cost. your chance. - About 80 Men's strictly Suits to If you miss this you have missed $jooooo. T C. Welch v wa ia Happy feet mean happy men. Miserable feet mean grouchy, nervous men. Beacon Shoes above all else mean comfortable feet. They fit ANY shape or size of foot broad, jlim, long, short, high arched, or low arched, etc on businp-- s Corbin Tue.-.daJ T Omary is beautifying his dwelling on Main St. , by giving it a new coat of paint J." E. Woodall, of London, and C. L. McDowell, of East Bernstadt were in our city Tuesday. W. G. Rivers and J. M. Foure were in London Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Mullins 7ill 'visit Level Green Friday and .remain Car Load Stoves and Ranges Car Load Furniture Car Load Fence Just Received Car Load of "Fox" Brand Fertilizers for corn and wheat. Most liberal terms to good Farmers. M. b WXJ ACONSHOEt a step in advance .Beacoo jnakers have developed a science And they do exactly. ot fitting look fine. They wear S3 wsll &9 hey look, and feel. there for a few diys After enj.ning the blessedness of single life for several years, we think Say, Sinners, don't you need the best a good Cultivator? We have market. on the SOMETHING NEW Jkk ft 1HK F.hLHort Sfcoe CoMakert. &&. NtwHup!tt Sutton & McBee The Clothcraft Store MOST PROMPT AND EFFECT-TJALCURE D, M, CRESS, JR. CONSTIPATION CURED Dr. King's New Life Pills will relieve constipation promptly and When you have a bad cold you conwant a remedy that will not only get your bowels in healthy John Supsic. of dition again. give relief, but effect a prompt and "They are Pa., permanent cure, a remedy that is Sanbury,pills says: used, and I I ever the best pleasant to take, a xemedy that advise everj'one to use them for contains nothing i n j u r i o u s. constipation, indigestion and liver Cough Remedy Chamberlain's you. Will help It complaint." meets all these requirements. 25c Recommended by acts on nature's plan, relieves the Price lungs, aids expectcration, opens Chas. C. Davis. tbe secretions and restores the svstem to a healthy condition. This remedy has world wide sale FOR FLETCHER'S and use, and , can. .always be de-upended upon. Sold by all dealers. FO.t BAD COLDS Children Cry L . CASXQRIA t ?.. i To the voters of Rockcastle county: I have decided to make the race lor Sheriff subject to the Demo cratic part primary to be held in Aug. I was born and raised in Rockcastle and have always been firm and doing all I could for the advancement of mv party and the great common people. tiavmg neen aepnvea ot a great privilege wmon most oj you enjoyed not knowing anything of a father to advise me in all things that would be great and good in my behalf forced me to be garden ofGEden. man and commence at the age of ten to make my support. a I can say that I have been campaigning ior the last fifteen years WONDERFUL SKIN SALVE for this election by kind talks and fair treatment to all and for Bucklen's Arnica t Salve is that reason I feel that victory is sure and I now leel ready to lenowri everywhere as the best step before the people of my dear old mother, county arid plead remedy made for all diseases of the bruises to them for help regardless of political feelings. I am qualified and skin, and also fur burns, and'boils. Reduces inflammatioti equipped to fill the office and if the people will honor me with and is soothine and healine. J. that office I will pledge "myself to give you a sober and clean term T. Sossaman, publisher of News, in office and give the people due service, rendering justice taall. ; of Cornelious, N. C, writes that skin I wish to state further that if elected that big hearted gentleman one box helped his seriousfail&d. , ailment afterother remedies and loyal democrat Jim Chaney wiU be my4eputy. Kocommeaaea oy jumy 2oc. Adv- Cha. 0. 'Dwk. U. CRESS, Jr. self-mad- e ! lust we have met our f.te and it seems as thongh we can hear cupid singing love songs. We will now explain what gave For the convenience of families who can buy in good to the above. Some few days quantities, we have added this new department. rise ago we met one of Mother Eves LOOK AT THE PRICE)? : fair daughters and she informed j us that she had had a vision Fine a hundred and in that vision she. dreamed or 65 cts a bag that she and Iweie married. Now Mr. Ed, we are greatly' bothered Finest made, hundred over the interpretation of that or cts a dream and as there are no more Josephs or Daniels to unriddle 60 lb. Lard, dreams we are left in the dark. (a little more than 9 c a pound.) There are su:h things as dream 19c a lb. books but we are left at loss as Fine quality Roasted Coffee, where to find one. But men have - - for lb. Gran. Sugar always loved the fair sex all doz. Can 90c a doz the vay down from the time that Can Corn and Eve went a way on Adam Hundreds of items sold at strictly Wholesale Prices. their honeymoon trip in the at that Family Wholes ale Dept. Pat. FLOUR $2.60 Pat. FLOUR $2.80 a 70 bag Tub $5.50 &S 25 Bag - $1.20 90ca Tomatoes mlv is chock full of good stores and good mercha.Tts iTPhiirn nA K I 11 Ul Ul UilllLli fhe Man From Mt. Vernon We are not fooling around. We are' busy as bees. I WaU 0kf Mt. Vernon., She's coming to the front $ j , , iL.A . t5i.ti i 'Aria 111 V .1 . . ji m.rr- - - y ,, i.iVn r Ill Mil I'lBWIUlllllll out lor the farewell need in can be sei'ii anywhere at any HKODIIKYi) ML VERNON SIGNAL word was "whenhome mouutaiuee.s people However. the way of legiski- the tion. I do not believt: price. Mr. Wheeldon is erecting . want anything just call on Louis that we ueed many new laws, a building that will he ii'.ed for his 1, Friday, May 16, 19 13 'i Mi. ana iIrs. H. H. Wailiti, ot engine and grist mill, and he wiU ville and she will be there with but I believe that we nead y Danville, were the quests of Mrs. , , xr.i.s the oods auuuu ;.. iuu guuu yiuur laws ameuaeCl, SOUJe reis M. E Wilmott a few days last furnish eiectric lights for some ot Pud Itsltd every Friday by Two years pealed and the rest enforced, for the mountains". Cashier and Mrs. A.M. the business houses. Miss Clyde EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. I biiyen't any thing to say passed then the mouutaius re- in Louisville Watson and Mildred Kobtns wee and her against any of my" opponants be- - lliatt were visiting quested Louisville -- with Mr and Mrs Frei L. Dur-- j $1.00 boosters to lend her moral support cause I believe they are all well from Saturdaj until Tuesday. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Edd Owens was at home u few ham ir. Mt. Vernon, Tuesday and iand small financial assistance known and if vou think ihev can N. W. Nowcomb days last week. He has been Wednesday. Advtrtising rates made known on toward a postage fund in pushing best represent your interest?, I working in Ohio ot Rowland, was found dead in a Mrs. W. F. a proposition asking the govern believe you should vote for them, application Carter and children are visiting creek near his home last Friday. nient to build or assist in building I only want fair consideration relatives in Shelbyville, Wilmoro He was subject to epileptic fits, a highway, to be called Boone in the primary and should the MEMBER OF and other points. Miss Minnie and it is supposed that while on KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Way; through the mountains from majority decide in favor of one ot Duulap accompanied her. Miss the bank of the creek he was i Cumberland Gap to Crab Orchard ' my opponents, I promise them Willie Francis, of Mt. Vernon, and seized with a fit and fell into the a distance of g5 miles. When my warmest support in the final, He' Miss Jennie Stone, of Monticello, creek and was drowned. this request was made of Louis- I hope that I &.hall be able to were with Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan was engineer at the pumping, men and see you before the primary and ville, her business plant at Kowland, and is survhed they do? Well have a personal talk with you, Hordes the first of the week. boosters, what did Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taylor, of 'y a wife and two small their newspapeis bitterly opposed or else, that I shall be able to Shelbyville, were with her par-- i He was buried at the Christian; the idea, 011 "principle" as they present to you my cause for the AXXOl'XCEMEXTS. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Carter, iChuich cemetery, after funeral expressed it, as though they had stump. 1 do not believe that I by the Jlev. T. C. Duke, after from Saturday until Tuesday. a "corner" ou "principles', a will be able to see you all DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ' Miss Mattie Owens, the efficient which the Maccabees hokl their' We Are Authorized to Announce no one had ever been sonally as I am teaching in the w. A. TODD postmaster, left Tues- - ceremonies over the body of' Jailer r As a candidatetVifor Tlrtrrrl-ti- ofRockcestle subject to aware of 3S far 3S SOlltll EaStem EaSt Bernstadt Graded School day T Va an4tfn r Tr Anoilfit Tn- afternoon for a two week's their deceased brother. Mr. J., mary. 1913. Post omce : Level Green. Ky 'Kentucky IS COllCeined. Tile and Will not get out until the visit to her sister, Mrs CI. F. It. Cass was in Stanord Wed-- ' SHERIFF boosters and business men, with middle ot June but I' shall e y We Are Authorized to Announoe with his daughter, Mrs ' D. M. CRESS. JR. or two' notable exceptions, deavor to see as many of you as Sutton in Lexington. She will V H. AnIr-- j probably visit friends in Jackson Lester B. Hilton As a candidate for Sheriil of Rockca3tle subject to tbe action of the Democratic party. August I'ri- - treated, tile i)0O letters aiUl OtllOl DOSSlble r mary. 1B13. W ilinotl, O. R . .. before returning. Mr. and Mrs. son. ii. R. Cass.j' We are Authorized to announce communications with utter indiiier- Yours for the uplifting of the Saylor, of Rocknold, were Frank Ward. Mveretl Watson and REPRESENTATIVE Jake ence, not even acknowledging laboring class of people, We Are Authorized to Announce attended thej the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rich- - Walter Robin receipt ot our Commercial Club's NAT B. SEWHLI. C. R. Luxer. ard Shivel, from Saturday until exercises iven by Mt. Vernon me win . irom as a canuiaaie lor lieprcfeniauve the Counties of letters On tUlS important SUDjeCt. Legislative District, composed or 1 ivnl a awl ivk'fvv.no in, Lllhliiot Dr. W. F. Carter, Rich- - Gr.ided Sclr.ol Tuesday evening MilUl ci (ill Vnilrnuctln ouijj;tb trt ttlC TloTTinTnllr' uib The Louisville Commercial Club, QUOTH THE KAVEN SNORE Monday. ruuiui', nui;uDi , iviu J. W. Tate was in Louis vtilo ard Emery Albright, and J. Monte which claims to be a warm NO MORE IIErCULICAX TICKET. and Indianapolis, hid., last i Roberts.,. at ended the Derby in COUNTY ATTORNEY. . uiiz in uci auu nui aiuiiiu iiai tv.. at i r - j Louisville, s. We Are Authorized to Announce jjr. labors ami onore appuR. week 'on U Saturday. waking moments and lukewarm- - ance will prevent or overcome E. B. THOMPSON r..t.o ,,.. ,, vjbiuiiviu ,..ui 1.;.--. cf.,m..,i vilu liio As a candidate for County Attorney ot Rockcastle ia in to muster up Lsnorin? and that drv and nnmhpd , vir subject to the nction ol the Republican party. Aug- ness did manage ust Primary. 1913 sister, Mrs. L. B. Hilton, last RHEUM ATISM QUICKLY energy enough to advise our club, condition of the mouth, tongue and E. R GENTRY Aa a candidate lor County Attorney of Rockcastle to ones self week. He spent a few days in ' throat, so annoying CURED subject to the action of the Republican party, Au. after various requests and inquiries The! and associates during the hours ol Louisville shopping also. lioM t cfa7tA c trust Primary. 1913. t Vint1V.V.W1 tVSlAJW. WU lir iiau J 'My sifter's husband had an J1V.W Mt. Vernon Junior Base Ball SHERIFF. several of our letters and there attack of rheumatinm in his arm,'" Emminent physicians and dent- Wo Are Authorized to Announce CAM MULLINS the incident closed and we sud- - ictc ocrr.. tiiot mnnti, KiwitUnn io TeJlm Jefeated the lirodhead Jun. writes a well known resident o As a candidate for Sheriirof Rockcastle subject t 'U)1's at abom tlK "rroe Mlvei Newton Iowa. "I gave him a the action of the ;Republlcin party, August Pri- oose the club members went oil 'a common cause of most throat and mary. 1913. diseases, enlarged tonsils, !ratio 1;) to . tlt lhis Plat-'- last Sat- - bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment into slumberlaud to snooze away nse "We Are Authorized to Announce T. S. BRANMAMON nasal catarrh. adenoids. and urday. The Whee'don Movintr wnicu ne ppnen 10 ins arm ami on As a candidate for Sheriif of Rockcastle subject to until they are awacened to get1. regular and protruding teeth Picture Show that we had begun the next morning the rheumatism : the action ot the Republican party, August Prik., .... UCVL UUU31U LI Ulll XL1 LLIW mary. 1913. UUWillu . , was gone. hor chronic uiiiculai The appliance costs .Si 00, post LUWUU.V waauuM u.i-..m- , uiait-i- Eastern Kentucky. Wc Are Authorized to Announce rheumatism vou will find iiotliinc paid. Try it. It will please you. ialized Thursday of FRANK BAKER last week, and he,ter tMall Chamberlain's Lim"Louisville is interested in the Dr. R. Evans Taylor. As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to it is a "peach."' No better show nient. Sold by all dealers. the action of the Republican party. August progress of Eastern Kentucky", Primary. 1913. 333 E. 4th. St., We Are Authorized to Announce Cincinnati. Ohio. Well she doesn't show it by her t3B3fori EmZ2SZ222SZEZ&!22l HARRY JONES Reference 5th 3rd., Matl. Bank. As a candidate for Jailer ol Rockcastle subject to works. Louisville's 250,000 the action ot the Repdblican party. August PriMay mary. 1813, population contributed $1 toward We Are Authorized to Announce m 5.N pushing the Boone Way proposition. JAMES WINSTEAD cm r TOM COVINGTON JR. ST? subject to As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle J3i Zy V the action or the Republican paity. Aueust PriVjBrf ITQfc- -: .4 mary, 1913. "Pkhjudick?" We people of tae a Dark Bay, black points, 10 Is We Are Authorized to Announce y "slicks" have sufficeut iutelhgence hands high, foalded April i90S, J. C. MIZE Ae a candidate for J.iiler of Rockcastle subject to the action ot the Republicau party, Aunubt Pri- to distinguish between right and sired bv Allen Quartermain, he mary. 19,13. Here are several reasons why I trade wrong treatment and we only by Tom Covington. We Are Authorized to Announce ist dam C. SOWDER M. dam Gray Eagle. G. C As a candidate tor Jailer ot Rockcastle subject to demand lairuess but are firm in Maude, 2nd Store: : the action of the Republican party, Aurust Pri- that proposition and mary, 1913. don't you Tom Covington, Jr., is a comforget it. Louisville will stand bined saddle and harness horse. COUNTY COURT CLERK UECArSK-- - Quality considered, his price can't We are authorized to announce gentle, unhitched and allow her He possesses- all the live gaits be beaten. S. F. BOWMAN as Court Asa candidate for county, subject County action back scratched for any length of with speed, grace and action. He to the Cleric ot Kockcustle BECAUSE There are no delays; customers ofthe Republican party. August pnmaiy 1913. time but when she is asked to is a true type of the saddler in receive prompt attention. do the same for others "shi beauty of motion and form; is SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. We Are Authorized to Announce BECAUSE-Tliin- os we net at Chas. C. Davis' doesn't come up to the scratch." fearless and absolutely sound. MISS TEMPEST WARD As & candidate lor Superintendent of Schools of! Store are all right. Bas already! proven himself a line Rockcastle subiect to the action ot the Republican party. August Primary, 1913. s- breed, colts large size and splen-ii- d BECAUSE Thing that io wrong bought at MAGISTRATE. I build. We Are Authorized to Announce Chink's" place will be made right. W. M. SOWDER s This champion 6 year old stalAs a candidate for Magistrate First Magisterial BECAUSE The poor man's dollar is worth just District, composed or K. Mt. Veinonftnit Walnut lion will make season of 19115 at Grove vutlue precincts, eutyect to the action or the Republican party eeueiul pumary election, Augas much at Charley's place as the rich man'. 1913. usts. ny farm mile noith of Pine REPRESENTATIVE. Fiill, Ky., at $10.00 to insure a I'ECAUSEThere are no leaks from his store: "We Are Authorized to Announce every deal is strictly confidential. living colt Season money duo j I P. THOMPSON As a candidate for Representative tromthe 70th when maie is traded or parted composed or the Counties of Legislative District, BECAUSE-Cha- s. C. Davis is never grouchy if Laurel and Rockcastle, subject to the Republican -- h"? ilr.. I - j ' D ON'T BE GROCHY. - j ; ' Don't come in with your mind made up you wouldn't buy n 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. I t j We're worthy are, too. of" it. And the clothes SPECIALS IN $15.00 SUITS I J per-situati- on as-ista- nt ! en-on- ne-da- $15. DO SuiUtliat latu'li rii'lit out for happiness. $15. OU Suits that echo Springtime from every seam aud button. $15.00 Suit- well, what's the uood of tolling you all about them here in the newspaper when we're SURE - w .fc ,. t ) j you will come in ami look them over try one on, maybe and let your wife see how well you and the clothes become one another. (Jot a wife i - ,- -. hu.-ines- j It's back . a happy world, this full of .A-- V grand things, if you will only smile And the $15.00 Suits are great helps to happiness. 1 ' e .. u,t. I i ... E. L. Cockrell Livingston, Ky. 2-- :cpc&;& yt&c$x&&pK&y GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER I m I 1 at Davis' Drug IIIWIIIIW I Brodhead Ky - If I COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Mail , Telegraph, or Tele- phone orders Promptly 71 j ,22duRr-:&ais- ' . "ra - "iv .l'.X 2SSJ billed. 4 $:&xyyryr - VncSod$ycftx& 1-- 4 Primary. Augusts, 1913. I'ost oliico , ter. Ky. Wu Are A thorized to Announce O. It. LUKEll Irom the 70th As a candidate to Legislative Dirc. v ai po,.eJ of the Counties ol Laurel and Ilockcasi le. subject to the Republican Primary. Auicust 2. 1913. AUKUit 2. 1913. Wo Are Authorized to Annoucne i W. J. HOWARD Representative from the 70th As a candidate for Leirislattve District composed of the Comities of Laurel and Rookcastl". subject to the Republican ' McWhor- - Primary. .vith. Care taken to prevent ac-iden- ts but Ayril 11, 1913 not responsible you don't buy. g lould any occur. Try Him. Phsnc SS. lEBaEMBESSEESSEOEEESaaESS John w. Hilton, Pine Hill, K tf'iitr-"''"'"'H'ifiiTii'iiii- MiTlMtr 'TMTiTf if lHIB'inM yy rcsa Lou is ville "boosters" are to visit Eastern Kentucky the- latter part of the present month with a view to encouraging closer relations between that promising section and the metropolis of the - C. R. LUKER. TO THE VOTERS OF LaUREL AND ROCKCASTLE COUNTIES In offering myself as a candidate for representative of Laure and Rockcastle couuties, I wisl to state that since early child hood I have had a morbid desire to qualify myself lor an office which, when properly filled, would be a great blessing to the laboring class of people. I have tried to so live that when I had thoroughly qualified myself, would be a strong demand there from the laboring class of people tor me to become their servant. I have had a hard struggle in obtaining an education as my father is a poor man and has never been able to help me very much financially. . Consequently, I had to resoit to hard labor in order to get the money which I spent in school, aud I can truthfully say that there was never a cent spent lor my education other than what I earned by hard labor such as rolling wheel barrows and driving steel. However, I feel that this has only better qualified me for the office for which I am now asking the support of the people. I have had practically two years High school and have had five terms experience in the school room in Laurel county aud four terms in Screven county Georgia.' I read several papers and try to. keep in touch with the times and believe that J, know what the The True Value of a Paint is in its Durability LOSS Money in this Bank prevents loss through Caielessnens, Pickpockets, Fire, or Robbers. BANK WITH US State. The journey should result in mutual benefit. Eastt.ru Kentucky is no longer an unknown country. It is waking up to its possibilities and is becomming a region of great industrial activity. New towns ai'e springing up in the wilderness and old towns are taking on new life. Development for many years was slow, but the turning point has been reached and henceforth there will be no going backward Louisville is interested in the progress of Eastern Kentucky and there is no good reason why Eastern Kentucky should feel any prejudice against Louisville. That there is some prejudice undoubtedly is true. Probably there is no moie of it than exists in other rural sections, but it be great or small, whether there is nothing better calculated to remove it than by sending out a delegation of representative business men to visit the citizens of the mountaio country in their home towns and to assure them that Louisville wishes them well and regard their acquaintance as worth cultivating:-Couri- er Journal In May Iqii Louisville seut a splendidly equipped booster train up this way and made a fine impression and many friends. The voices of their gifted orators echoed over these mountains aud valleys. Everybody was enthused, pleased od happy and when this train Hanna's Green Sea! Pamft IS THE "Made-to-We- ar I h u y PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. Kind FOR SALE BY For Sale by J. B. NOE, Mt. Vernon, Ky. ! i 5 "Pittsburflit Perfect" Fence Gives the Farmer a Big Boost in making His Farm Prosperous Did you ever notice that a prosperous cient labor and proper machinery. But farm is invariably well fenced, and is the wise farmer investigates before he usually divided into small fields by a invests. Others just buy and are often fence " horse-higand Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence is "sold." Why is it? made with but one end in view- - to give best service for the longest time at least Because the prosperous farmer realizes that good fences are as necessary to cost. Investigating it costs nothing. h, JONAS McKENZIE SELLS THE , SELZ SHOES "ROYAL BLUE" I hog-tig- ht bull-strong- "? successful farming as fertile seeds, effi- - Investing in it pays. Made in Different Styfe. for HELD. FARM. RANCH. LAWN. CHICKEN, POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN Pvarv Rnrl Caiaranteed VCfy If you are interetted in Wire Fencing, write for FREE copy of our ALMANAC, 1913 F you need a good pair of shoes it Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy ."P:.linh Perfect" Brandt of Barbed Wirei ' Bright, Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twitted vvirs; renco Lams wire; tiara oprmz Staplei; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire NaiU; Large Head NaiU; Galranized Wire .Roofing NaiU; Single Loop Bale Tie ; Titti-burg- h Perfect' Fencing. AU made of Open Hearth material Pittsburgh Steel Co. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania wTOtttswa 5"-- ; . Ul HF JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY, r.-- 4 -- HrJ vl "v h tVI. -- 1 J .5-- -- : JU". 1 - :- Vx-- : : ! Mte MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky. May i6, 1913 v N I i Sunday. His subject for tn9 of the unfortunate death of our Boone Highway- - I am below w cote with SIGNAL morning, "What a Congregation ; beloved husband and father furnishiLg you a chapter in con- a right to expect of its;Nathan Newcomb. We also thank nection with it. has If you have evening, "What a Bro. McClary, especially do we already been made cognizant of it minister; minister has a right to expect thank the Maccabees and Rev. then this will be useless, otherof his congregation. Duke for the manner in which wise I think worth publishing. In I844 Hon. Ben Hardin was There will be no preaching at they conducted the funeral. LOUISVILLC & N ASHVILLC Ft. Ft. CO. appointed secretary of Slate by The bereaved wife and sons. the Baptist church at the morn Gov. Owsley. In speaking of ing hour next Sunday the 18th. The bank examiner was here this Hardin says TIME TABLE. "When Gov. as the Sunday school will go for Tuesday and made examinations 22 nortn.. .4.59 p m Owslty was preparing his message outinjr to Pme Hill, where of our two splendid banks, which .... 24 north . nmnar Tiilll llo .jw. i.v in t'lo CrTHTP he found in ' good condition and in that year to be communicated V.JJ1U..1 .w. ui. contort ... . y.a soutn to; the General Assembly he 11:30 a m and preaching by the pastor in for the managements of which he pointed 21 South out to him 12:19 am the plternoon. Preaching at the that the spoke man kind words of Com- turnpike road be ' extended from Jas. Landrum, Agent. church as usua- at rzo p nu mendation. Ciab Orchard to Cumberland Gap . ., ; Phone No. 8. ' There was no meeting of the Tile Banking Department is- . and that the state dividends Cub last Tuesday making a strong effort to put all on the turnpike road from Louis-th- e Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffioe Commercial mail matter. as second-clas- s nitrln nn nivniint, nf tlie Inlnv. and banks on a high basis and vjne to Grab Orchard be "o program arranged for last thing in particular that the' pr(,priated to extend the pike to the PERSONAL Tuesday night will be carried out cashier always gets a nice little Cumberland Gap." .m j Mn Hardin wfts a whjg and n Mrs. Sarah Maret, of Wildie, is .next luesday. we regret to nave- calling down for, it a meeting pass wiuioui carry and that is overdrafts. The Bank- - favol. of internal improvements ,a With Mr. and Mrs. T. Pish. the lull program, but lusucpa.wucui iiRca uic pusiwuu slateantl national: and besides Walter Robins was up from ing through is sometimes unavoidable. that those wno nave no money in being a far sighted man must Brodhead Saturday and Sunday. such Let every member be present next bank have no rigfttUo .check out have held the view that the exUncle Henry Fish is with Tuesday night. the other fellows7money and use tension would be a valuable conrelatives at Brodhead and Stanford. Candidates for every office from it. The .questiou of overdrafts necting link between Louisville D. C. Poynter and daughter. highest to the lowest should with Kentucky banks will soon be and tne South, and as the Miss Bess, were in Pine Hill the bear this fact in mind that oh a'thing of the past, and the fellow mountains, without reaping any Sunday. July 8th at 2 o'clock p. m. stan- Who expects to run"by overdraw benefit, had been taxed to build C. Williams and Mesdames C. dard time every candidate for ing had just as well .get ready a number of pikes in more Cleo Brown are in Louisville for to do some other way. The favored parts of the state that office must appear at few days. a Banking department is not going Something should be dono for court clerks office and draw for it. Hon. E. B. Thompson and W. the position which your name to tolerate it and the cashiers can There is nothing to show that H. Fish were in London Mondav shall appear on the ballot. Any not affoid to take the chances by any sentimentality as to Boone J on business. played any part in the making of candidate no matter what office permitting overdrafts. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Wallin you are for, who fail to be on hand the suggestion tho it is by no PROGRAMME. spent part ol the week at Crab and draw will be lelt off the This Rockcastle County Christian means an improbability. Orchard with relatives. might be used with effect in inballot. Bible" School Convention to be Mrs. Sarah Wallen was called to The L- - & N will have on sale held at Rose Hill Church next ducing the legislature to give aid based on what in former times Pulaski county yesterday to attend excursion rates as follows: To Sunday, May iSth, 1913. had been done for the blue glass tne burial of her sister. Cincinnati July 26, 27, 28 limited lo:oo Devotioual Exercise Yours truly here to Aug, 5, $5.40 round trip, on Miss Judith McCall was by Rev. M. G, Fish regions, Thomas . Morrow from Maretburg Tuesday evening account of Supreme Lodge of the 10:20 Address of welcome, Worlds Loyal order of Moose; to attend the Operetta. J. W. Van Winkle E. S. Albright, Louisville May 26th. limited to 10:30 Response S. F. Bowman Mount Vernon, K"y. Miss Roberuon, of the Langdon Ho.mk COMiNr, celebrations are May 27, $4.00 round trip; May 10:4;") Song Service Memorial School sp3nt Saturday The State has never given pleasurablo and ' commendable 26th limited to June 9th., 5.25 10:55 Appointment of. Committees justice to the inhabitants of Us and Sunday in Louisville aU'airs. They keep aliva that Misses Willie Francis and round trip; May 30th, to June'4th ii:T5 Sermon Rev. Geo. Tinsley South Eastern domains. It should spirit of hospitality which has so limited to 3 days .Noon Recess. have had constructed many years Jennie Stone visited in Brodhead and June 7th. $5.25 round trip on account of ago a turnpiko over the old long been considered characteristic Afternoon Session Hill during the week. and Pine Spring Race Meeting DouglaH "Wilderness Road". As stated in of Kentucky, but which is someMrs Adi Fishback spent a few 1:30 Song Service . what prone to languish as the Park; Summer tourist rate Grab Bible School conducted by Judge Morrows- - admirable letter, diys last week with her son, Ben, Orchard and return village advances to a town and daily 1:40 70 cts. Supt. B. B. Purpell above, the mountains were taxed who ie attending school at Shelby-ville- . town grows into a citv. from May 15th to Sept. 30th. 2: 10 to assist" in the building of piked" Table discussions Journal, ,,.. uicl me1 limited to Oct. 31st. uiuiw "Is the Bible .School Wortn in mnvn mvuitu ijiitia Mesdames James Bi'oyJe.s and t L t ' . t 'HJUlie a search $460 Junction. City to Chatta-While" Atty. - W. Brown state" which wore .nl,,nJ C1141V, warrant to discover Viijwy wu ,..,i near Level Wade Mullins, c where Louisprofited by the citizens of thu nooga, Tenu., and return via Prof. J. S. Irvine Green, were in " town shopping ville stands on the oj "spirit Queen & Crescent Route. Special Dr.'Joyner pM?f grass whose territory was hospitality". yesterday. Down there they criscrossed with these good roads, Fare accorded for Annual Re- 2:40 Address by State Supt jS. T. Proctor was in Louisville spell it, when they do happen to VeterWalter E. Frazee mainly built by the state, yet at use. buying the material for union, United Confederate Tuesday the word, with a small "h" this late day when our people pf ans. Ticicetson sale May 4, 2. 3:30 Ofierng for State Work. the residence which he will requiring a microscope to see it. 26, 27, 28 and for trains scheduled Reports pf Scjjqols and Commjttees the hills make an effort and aprect fenr E- - B. Cox. peal for justice what does' the to reach Chattanooga before lloon Election pf officers.. and May 29. Return limit, Misses Clyde Watson pres of koin's,yillp do but June yh Adjournment- Mildred Robins were the guests ot Extension of final limit to Every one is invited to come and cjeridb our movement ftn.d trrat 1913. For Infants and Children. Mr. and Mrs. F, L. Durham, nne25th, Extention of please remember ,to bring- a full the whole thing as child s play; 19i3. The Kind You Have Always Bought Tuesday and Wednesday. even objecting to our asking the final Hunt to June 25th. 1913. basket. Everett Watson, Walter RGbins, upon deposit of ticket and payEvery Superintendant is asked Natioual government for aid iu Henry Anderson, B. R. Wilmolt, ment of fee of 00 cts. Apply to to bring or send a report of the proposed work of constructing Signature of Frank Ward, and Owen Cass were nearest Tickgt Agent, Queen & their school. ewer from Brodhead Tuesday to Crescent Route, for ful InformaAbout .fortv of the stook holders jatti.d the Operetta at the Graded tion. W. A Beckler, G. P. A, pf fhg Ift. Vepion Fair AssociaCalendar of School. at Cincinnati, 0. May 16 3t. tion were present at s. meeting Hackley, Saturday. The spirit &fent)U2?iasm G. Mr. Joseph Graded School kOUAL which played such an. important electrical engineer, of 38 WashingMr. T. W, Bake? J?fls opened a ton Square, West New York part in last years fair was in Tuesday : store at Lu'irlgs.toji. Citv, scu ol Mr. and Mrs J. T. evidence and the ball was put in Class Day Exercises at 10:30 o'clock A.M Kr W. Hackley, of near Stanford, Ky., motion foi a still greater fair for Bali games at 3'45 o'clock P.M. Free is tijje Today and js gpijjg on a business trip to 1913. There will be another county examination for teachers, j remain about three meeting on Saturday June 7th Wednesday : Europe winch tune, an effort will be E. B. Cojc has begun the erection years. He wjjj make his head at Music by Mks Abernathy,1 8:15' A. M' made fo have every one of the of residence ou tbe East side of quarters at 18 Ru& fio4wyn, ":" h(?lders present. 'Play at 8 o'clock LM. The' .,-- . town near the home ol W. A. Antwerp, Belgium for the present. 1 7ft He sails on the steam ship Finland putting on of a' fajr i n ojie Cox. 1 the heariy direct to Antwerp. 'feotue men are born great, an lav 24 First honors in each grade tit 815 o'clock A.M. Free. Mr. Hacfcnpy is connected with cooperation''and support of the Some achieve greatness, and both. long list of such Exhibit all day Free the scientific n4 development kinds wear Fish s Guaranteed as the Mt. Vernon Fair Associa-jfbranch ot the Westefn eotric Ball games at 3:45 oelock P.M. Free. Clothes. bjs, viptory and success is as Companv and is going to their Play at o'clock P . M . Free. W. M. Poynter sold to J, hi. Antwerp house to continue his certain as. that the day fplows, the night. The premium list for this Craig 7 hogs which weighed 25 wjrk there. I will soon be ready which will lbs. at 7 cts. They were the Mr. jEJatfkhy speaks French and year Chapel by graduates at 80.& o'clock A.M Free Black Berkshire stock. since this is tbe prevalent language be better than last 'year, lfigh class Commencement at 8 o'clock P.M. Free. attractions have been Belgium he shou. fiud him- special The Operetta, Sylvia, at the in sscljred for the .entertainment of in his new surroundEvepyone is cordially- - united to attend all of these numbers. Graded School building Tuesday self at home ings. The Western Electric Co., the fair .gpep? and in a yw"i Wei evening, was witnessed by a large that- - Jasf; veaj1slfair is the largest Electric Company might add, and appreciative audience. Miss pnasRnm only a Starter compared with was Abernatby the efficient music in the world and has an establish what it will be Aug.- - 6; & 8, 7 teacher of the Langdon Memorial ment In tfte principal Jarge cities l9i3. ,:. ; every country on the school had the play in charge and in nearly Beijin to figure on .your exhibit globe. the successful finish demonstrated for you. will want you see Mr. Hackley is a nephew of our her ability as a teacher and trainer tbe premiums." Every thing proThe music was an important townsman James Maret. jje has duced by the farmer will be in feature. In the chourses there been in New York with this cluded and special inducements company lor past ten were about 40 voices. Miss electric will be offered to the horsemen Abernathy, Mrs. Anna Miller, years and is an expert in his and stock raisers and breeders. Misses Marguerite Lovell, Jennie calling. Keep the dates in mind and begin Morrow Miller, Mary Mae Lathi m A TEXAS WONDER. to make your preparations for the The Texas wonder cures kidney Mt. Vernon Fair Aug. Minerva Pensil and Tabitha 1913. Hiatt, and Messrs. V.CTate, John and bladder troubles, removing Notice: There came to my and Jeyse Fish and Louis Miller gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all place about April 25, 4 yearling were tbe principals. Miss Pan irregularities of the Jcidneys and heifers, red and roan; 2 red steers Sparks was at the piano. The standard was such as is in both men and women. Regu- marked with swallow fork in left Economizes Butter, Flour, seldom seen by local talent in lates bladder troubles in children. ear. I live about 4 miles North Eggs; makes the food more any of our smaller towns. The If not sold by your druggist, will o Brodhead on Copper Creek. stage decorations represented a be sent by mail on receipt of $1. Owner can have same by paying appetizing and wholesome hay field, and the entire troupe, One small bottle is two months' all trouble and expense. both in song and drama appeared treatment, and seldom fails to May J. J. Mqblby. The only Baking Powder made Send for perfect a cure. to the best advantage at the foot-ligh- monials from this and other testifrom Royal Grape Cream of Tartar states. Straw hats, Light weight trouson this most enjoyable Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street -ers, thin sox evening. St. Louis Mo., Sold bj druggist. keep men and nd everything to boys cool at Fish's, """Call up "No. 79" when1 79 Hyouwan toCommunl-- ielt thanks and- - appreciation to our friends, relatives and neigh Rev. Tinsley will be Willi the to whQ by their symoathy)My Dea'r Albright. Christian Church congregation eXnrnssed thir eripf nn account Knowing your interest in the . closed yesterday. --- The Welch-Morr- ow school e desire to express onr heart ' MA Somerset, Ky., May, 8th. I91-;- . - ,... am,. 1 v...-,-- v, I j ap-one I I the-count- pon-ducte- d an improved highway over the route which the state miserably failed to do, as it was in duty bound. The newspapers, whose k ; K,v. . v city the mountaineers have - , v?s&3&2 : .. patronized away beyond its deserts go further and advise us to "dig roads it you want them, ' . -- ; you lap sided sons of guns; we object to the government donating anything toward building high-- ) ways in the Mountains. We object on ''principle", we don'c T 3 .? n ' see that you sang diggers deserve t: I.'jii: :tiF anyway. anything Go along make your roads and spend your &2W& money in Louisville the city that 3L has no time or money to watte upon you, not even fiLty cents ,0 towards postage fund in our j Time T Change Ycur Boone Way Movement" yet thisji same city boasts of being thelgj '"gateway" to the South". It is I justified in the "gateway' claim g XX Dtnit wait for 'thi nana part of.it allright when it comes pell" t gi? ''spring lover." (let into one of tlu famous - SI to state appropriations for im White Cat K!isutl Krott-Uui jii itits audi provements of any kind within g ou'll feel like a uew wan. Jefferson county, notable the. state.fairbut when the mountains! J! IVo Union Snit in nmlervrap liecaas would ask for aid to good road s the) are so vih1 anJ eojufv.' Up goes a howl from its selfish and ,.,. .. E2 Let us show youthtc Vu'um Suits tfeatl grasping newspapers. 1110 manot biml voo. irritate, nor nw ou t&nf jority of the professional and ui ' a j 3 nmnv leel n"a- business men of that City have given the movement no better treatment than its papers and this part of the moral vineyard LOOK FOR THE SIGN Of has transferred a larger portion HSU of its trade to moro appreciative cities that display a friendly interest in our affairs. The talk of Louisville papers having "principles" is too laughable. Judge Morrow's suggestion that the legislature should give aid is a correct orje. The more favored a 1 7 CtWTi ' portions, of the state "got their.-,''1- ! ,m .r .J i iX'. away back from the 40's i.n up THE "riO?i Gf GOOD ClOTilES. to the 6o's. The question is will e xiwxrfir:wi zzMr the movtntajns ever get anything . except injustice, with a big I? S nafcrJ rt. yi -- r e I s).i ta ri KJSMf mim Underwear h j jm I lMt , i ml $1,00 and 2.00 a Suit. Hit iW i -- Sf .- Ammm&wmJ- mmte? ,;iJ3 mr - ti th cause c roanr srtoij a:?ase mt the raost frequent are Iv.eu .ion's. Sr:. .t'a Disease. Typaci-- l Pevtr zx.i ilaria, or Chills. Tr-cla A aaHsvr cr yeUorrish coiE!5!axloa la a t---ton- x cf a Torpid Liver, an.j a Tos$:U I--. 19 WLy znca Is. , ,',!.. .. a L;2f Mscic'ns and 9swe RcguUcs of Grsat Fowr aid Zaccu'ii- - 1 T- not only puts the li. r in healtay conJitlia. bat It sCTcastiicas the stomach, helps tiiffestlon. purifies rzzvlzltm & "VTUen these three Important organs ars la & soaad. vigoiotw n. sallownesn. h2.1l brecth. laU?estin. filiziact aaj Btsmcal lutgucr or tired feelinr soon disappear a& ar rcplaaad V a :S I'oeiiiiir ot coloration, or ctrcnctii. cnarry cmZ cheitJcte, A Torpia ZAver which htxn r jsleted all vsmaaer is forced iato actlvitr ty TTerbEe. This vr. lej f citfc-rt- lo 7ne4i-cin- cs TtymTi-tio- n aj tetr. es-dltlc- CASTORS A U3 - 'SS ;v s.i.i 1 Gicpiets xirc Siiro Pric SOg Bcitic. i j3r?cs K!JL3 Jc pr t- a 'j at f. IC&Sr - WO. O'Cu; sesa.' r r I " .Ti.''CST oi: cy t CZTki Sold by CHAS, C rsi i DtklS. -- A -( Amusement Week iM tw. VjW TT iviv kjyv rfc Jf 1a -- jt MH -- QWi I i 1 J- Ji j:. - l", ,M!- - WII' w;i I fill !! : i e name isofnot thparticu one I . .!? mair'rrby Thursday 1 M I 11 A &- - stock-holder- s -- 'l'j'UK fjivinir a unod deal for our $10 $15 ami 20 special suits those days. But iust oiu and you'll every word we say. They have more class and qual ity than any other suits m town at 1 iu-dor- lar kind of shirt. It is the name of a shirt system that produces shirts of every material, for every purpose ox dress all equally good. $1.50 and more. j $10,.$15and$20 and 'em. and while you're here ee our. new line of at-- ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure drop look tms mmam awrrJWj-. .ia. j m m r? &v - m j. j I jv: &I STRAWS for Men and Boys at !XiS? 68 25 c to $5, Look For the Sign of Ihe Fish. AGENTS L ( AH ENTS ARROW Collars V2XlcreiS2S2sS SWANN" HATS .M 9,-3- t- The Home of Good Clothes t- CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR I CASTORIA Oliildre JTJ FOR FLEfCHER'S It J H'iij.?,5i 4. - .?, - h '..Ti W . ,' ttimjmujLMCSzaxj4JitXlttn fcl 'ImaftB Promotes Di&alionJClwtfuI- April Term, 19115 thereof, in the Circuit Court, rendered at the ncss aid fosLCuntalns m&rr of tbqve cau.ses, as follows: Judg- April Terra, 1913 thereol, I shall OpiuraIorphlie ncr&usral. ment in favor of The Bank of Mt proceed to offer for sale at the NOT NAR COTIC. Registered Combined Stallion Celebrated Vernon, $2,300 , with six per cent, frontdoor of the Court House in 2 (interest from the 16th day of Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County. Rzpta&a- January, ll3, until paid: also Ky., to the highest and best bid- jlJxSirJCollie Ball jndgmpnt in favor of the Peoples der. at. public auction, on Mou-Ban- k 7f f Mr. and Mrs Jasper Owtns Will make the eason f JISHU m our care at S'12 3' to insure a living for $224.50, with lpgal inter-- ' day, the 2Glh day of May. 1913. (tru'J Starr colt, money due when colt it taliM, ujare traded, old or bred to other are spending a few days with est from the 5th day of March, between the hours of 9 o'clock J znuunirr. w& Arrrfecl ItneJv forConsfltiastock. Due care will betaken to prevent accidents, but not responsi- r l.iti ves at Bncke Mi C C. 19)?. nntiLpaid, subject toa credit a m and 4 o'clock p.m , being ble should any occur. In olTeriiiR this very hih class horse lor Uweus who has been sick lor of $43 02 paid Octobei4, i91a hi d regular County Court day, on a tioit . Sour Slomch.ularrtm Yorr.lS.Colvulsiolts.Feverlsa service ne feel safe in stating that he is the greatest horse that ever several months has about re- the costs incident to both judg- credit of six month?, the following riCSSMSSOfSLEEP. coal black with star and hind ankles white covered. ili.ss Fannie Owens is ments, I shall proceed to offer for de.scribtd leal estate located in stood in this county. A rl lcSLnik Siijiiature of 1j hands high, a perfect model in form and style. Goes ail the visiting her sister, Mrs. Chailie sale at the Court House door, in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, on I'. m gaits with speed and action, and a fine breeder. See padigroe below : McHaruue, of Pine Hill, this Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the hig best the waters of Nf&ro Creek, and week. Singing at the school bidder, at public auction, on Mon- bounded us follows : ( lU.ick TlIE CENTAUn COMPATCr, 74 X; , uin..i. o.., I re J NEW YUKK. house every Saturday night and day the 26th day of May, 1913, Will iJlJllllAl.1 UJ On the west by the lands of B. ( Mollie 70 P Livesay ; on the south by the Chester Dare 10 Sunday. In loving rememberauce between , the hours of 9 o'clock j Dave Akin 775 lands of Bert Owens and J. S. of Hobert Lear who departed this u,m and 4 o'clock p. m., being Nannie Garrott 472 Helton; on the est by the lands I .Nannie life May 7, i9i3 and whose spirit regular County Court day. upon a utguu waitr j oi Bert Owens ; and on the north ( Win. Welch Kefr. 4u.li.iT' took its flight to the God who credit of six months, the lollowing bv the lands of Bert Owens, Welehmotit h Exact Copy of Wrapper. described property : j;ave it. TMt CKMTAUH COfnHT. MCW YOftft CITT. confining fortjMiine and n l Lizziuioiit tt acres, 'l A tract of land in Rockcestle Hobert was 17 yers of age I Abdullah Messenger u 1 Dam of Gill's Ver-- ( and a bright and loving boy, liked County ' on the headwaters For the purehase price the purDnni of i moiit. by all who knew trm. He had Roundstone Creeek and bounded chaser tnust execute bond with f Black Eagle approved surety,' being interest been a sufferer of tuberculosis lor as lolliw.s : u Black Squirrel 58 1 a 70 Mo.lie On the north by the lands of irom day of sale until paid and more.than a year. About three VERNON c Red Squirrel CD. f The Shanklin horse months ago he went to Newl U. S. Berry and R. J. Linville :' having the force and effect of a Hadresa 45S on the east by the lauds of H judgment. Bidders must be preYork in hopes that he might get ljuds Lightning PRACTICAL E. Bljftlen and J. C. Guiun ; on H Keg. better but seemed to gradnally f Couover's Elastic 921 the south by the lands of Sarah pared to complywith these terms. G, S. Griffin, Nat Brown 81 grow worse and returned to hi s Peters and Eliza Ambrose ; and L Hennie I Dan , Masier Commissioner on the west by the lands-o- f home at Hiatt, and on May 7, FUNERAL DIRECTORS, E J. Rockcastle Circuit Court. W. Baker and Thos. Kidwell, iAHD I beyond he pissed to the great jj: ot Traced 150S20 L Wicks Chirf planted Hobert was only a flo.-vecontaining 175 acres, and being the same property on which on this earth by the gentle hand H Mt. Vernon, Ky. George and Huldah Ketron now of God to be plucked by the reside. J& angels and carried to the heavenly MT. VER.VO.V, Kl And the following personal home to await the coming of dear ictive Seventy property : ones left behind. Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of Sz: ; IMtmy pcopt mt vnty One grist mill of Straub & vVhen standing around the dying attribute their good SZ: work for the company. 3 Co. make, health to SCOTT'S one, mill of Trevor & One shingle Hearse sent to all points EMULSION because its SOrders by wire promptly tilled. The tears rolled down each Co. make, concentrated nourishcheek; One 35 horse power engine, ment creates permanent Manager r, and because They saw the suffering that was Peerless make and all machinIt Is devoid of drugs or stimulants. g Office Irt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 ery to operate same. there, Scott & Bowne. Btoomfietd. N. J. Or sufficient thereof to produce kllililllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlUllllllllllUllilllliillilllllllllli And o'er it did weep. the sums of money so ordered to His body lies iu the cold grave jT--. w-VV-- , -- A fX. be made. Now on the debt of the EOR THE WEAK AFD NEROUS ' His form is in the tomb, Tired-ouweak, nervous men The struggling tolls lor life are Peoples Bank the personal propand women would feel ambitious' erty will be sold first. past; For the purchase price the pur energetic, full of life and always And death has sealed her doom. have a good appetite, ir they would Tho loud the thunder it may roll, chaser must execute, bond, with do the sensible thing for health approved surety, bearing legal in take Electfic Bitiers. Nothing It can't disturb his rest. 1 T3 Tl 1r... terest from the day of Sale until better tor the stomach, liver or C.l.ll- lfifii. vvoweii anu duvs cauuies Nor can the piercing winds that Thousands say they paid, and having the force and ef- kidneys. from blow, of a judgment. Bidders will owe their lives to this wonderful fect Disturb his gentle breast I also pad and repair saddles. Mrs. O. Rhine remedy. A be prepared to comply promptly home vault, of Vestal Center. N. Y., to mourn his Friends that are left with these terms. is a check on your payments. When it comes back says: "I regard Electric Bitters loss, G. S. Griffin, as one of the greatest oi gifts. I to you it is an indisputable receipt for your money. Be all prepared to die, can never forget what it has done Master Commissioner Good homemade breedliing, made from the best of When God will call you from earth Payment by check is a check on spending, too. You Get a bottle yourself V Rockcastle Circuit Court. for me."' ti, Work guaranteed. You will meet him iu the sky. and .see what a difference it will s!t harness leather. think twice before drawing a check. And the second After luneral services the re- BEST MEDICINE- FORv.COL;D make in j.our, heiiJtlr.Onv .ijc w Pntei.t Breast Chains, patent llame Chains. infaet r Reco'mmended- by V amf "$Kob'. thought often results in your not drawing it at all. mains were laid to rest iu the ' most anything you want in this line- ( When a druggi-s- t recommends a Chas. C. Davis. Oak Hill cemetery. Open an account and you'll save in spite of yourself. remedy for colds, throat and lung Q Old iIain street back of Court Iioue. A cousin, M. B. O. troubles, you can feel sure that he 'J-- ' V . , w i Nj j -- i knows what he is talking about. ryr VI up. Cold, j and Kejjl:isse O. Lower, Druggist, of Marion, HOWS THIS? ff MT. BANK Ohiowrites of Dr. King's New Silver and Aluniioiim Frames Ijii- - i f Weoffe-OuHundred Dollars Discovery: "I know Dr. King's yest .selection in itown. Kyea tested i5, vjK&jtitiD: : ;o MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, Reward for any ca.se ol Uatarrh New Discovery is the best throat Free. Years of experience. W L. RICHARDS, President that caunot be cured by Hall's and lung medicine 1 sell. It cured C. A. I! FURNISH, Cashier. Catairh Cure. ray wife of a severe bronchial cold JKWELER AD OPTICIAN. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo after all other remedies failed." COX IBdS. STORK Ohio. U It wi)l do the same for you if you undersigned, have are suffering with a cold or anv We, the known F. J. Cheney for the last bronchial, thrort or lung cougl . X X tfSrfSSjtf'.'rSrnTtSrfjf Hit tl "You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken and belie've htm perfect- Keep'a bottle on hand all the time i5 onover Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to, ly honorable in all business trans- for everyone in the family to use. A actions and financially able to It if a home doctor. Price 50c if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. I had Wfi MT. VERNON, KY, carry out any obligations made by and $l.oo. Guaranteed by Chas. pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three phyhis, firm. C. Davis. Fron tRooms over Baker's Store sicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in Phone 49-NATIONAL BANK OF COMOur line of Couch Caskets Sj better health than ever before, and that means much to me, 1 -- . Toledo, O. COMMISSIONER S SALE. MERCE, 3q3icHpc3iu3iqipt-- , because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of is unexcelled Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Hand-mad- e internally, acting directly upon the different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped mt Coffinsfurnished Rockcastle Circuit Court. blood and mucous surfaces of the W. for a few days only." Hearse sent to all parts of: Plaintiff system. Testimonials sent free. R. H. Lewis, . . . VAi m vs. ) Commissioner's Sale. Price 75 centi per bottle. Sold b mW"" the County all druggist. Isaac Coffey, . . Defendant '$8&ZZi Mt- Vernon, K All orders by Wire Promptly Filled Take Hall's Family Pills for By virtue of a judgment and or- constipation, Ider of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, II "and office in the late residence fendered at.the. April Term, 1913 Home formerly occupied on JOld HANSFORD. wait, until you are taken down sick, before takthereof, 1 "shall proceed to offer Jr. Myers Phone 94-MT. VERNON, KY MainSt.,5Mt. Vernon. ing care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other v ;ccoc 9 for sale at the front door ot the ilJ555i555 soo si' r Miss Fannie Kirby spent last Court House in Mt. Vernon, Rockhsm iix 'cj' i'"'lj" symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always aeaa week with her sister Mrs. A castle County, ,Ky to theighest worse to follow, unless given quick treatment For Sale i tract of land seven W; Adams, near Mt.Vefnon. and best bidder at public auction, You would always keep Gardui handy, if you knew (7) acres on the East side of R. Mrs. James Barron and little son what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness on Monday, the 26th day of May, UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER R. in Conway, Ky., good 8 room Clyde spent from Saturday until and disease of the womanly system makes life seen hard 1913! between the houri of 9 dwelling known as the Heath Monday with her mother, Mrs. to bear. Cardui has helped over a million womea. Try It a.rjj.and 4 o'clock p.m., property, built on modern style Sarah Kirby. Mr. "and Mrs. o'clock Writs to: Ladies' AdvUory Dpt. CUtunooca. Medidat Co.. OmMmmo. Twl, being regular County Court day, fiuished in good style, with sum Green Kirby and family visited" for Snria f Iiutntctknu. and M-book. "Home Treatment tot WattM," J 91 on adreditsof six months, the folOver U. G. Baker's Store. iner kitchen; good well, good barn '4 their mother Mrs. Matisse1 Mc , lowing described real estate located and good garden? good store ' ouse Pherron Sunday. Wm.BradleyJ Crown and Bridge Work asp ,'C i County, Kentucky, Rockcastle All work guaranteed. The best lubrication 60 x 24 ft. and other out buildings. and family visited relatives near in on Scauold cane uranuuj auu without carbon One good 4 room cottage as good Bloss Saturday y. i bounde'd asjjpjllows : 'as new. well finished. About 15 j Mr. and Mrs. A. W.. Adams and Qji, trrcporth by the lands ot young fruit trees. 1 will sell for family ATJORNEY-AT-LAvisited Mrs Admins' Thos. Bullen; on the east By the $325 on easy termp. A splendid mother, Mrs Sarah Kirby Sunday Bullen ; on the lands of Chalt -- MT. VERNON. KY. a?v stand to sell goods. For further night. -. .south by the lands of Ljjbwis- OFFICE.- - On 2cd. floor o uo.; ana on xne Wilson-HicKs- r CUKE FOR STOMACH particulars address me at Conway Mrs. Tom Rowe is suffering vasr7hv thfe lands of ThosBul- - The Bank of Mt.Vernon, on Churc DISORDERS Ky., or U S. Wvatt, " very much with au abcess Mrs. L A perfect oil foreitherair-coolo- d or water- street. Special attention gives lea and the "fnnfpHantnmnhil0S- - Mmde from finest Pannsvl. Disorders of the stomach may be Berea, Ky., W. Cromer, of Long. Branch' CO., ana Known as mc uiivui-fe- y to cotlections.1 T. vanla Crude. A pale. thin. hih fire tet oil which avoided bv the use of Chamber-'lain'- s Feb. 13-- 3 mo. feeds frcelr. Poaitivelr free from carbon. On your W. M.Hayes. home.placeand contayiing ;Phon No. 8o. visited her mother, Mrs. Thos. firt nnrrhua of one bbL of No Carb Auto Oil will fur Many verv reTablets. v ' nish free one S5 gal steel barrel with faucet, fine to um by aboutlOOacfes' Pitman, of nar Leve.ljG.reen. you for permanent atorase. Price of oil in inatik. 445c t$r iilia. markable cures have been effected "" TXT t ' CKhSST0LLOn.C0. reia-tive- s 1 ForJ)ieipnrChase.price the pur-PhaseTfcrirMaa.TMrcuAe.cmt tv imam T EiEV awarfal Saaai Sold by all 8we. tenner by these tablets FOR FLETCHER'S -maa. kar. X. lraaMyi.a A. ; JtSSSHVrKx bond witaap- Some mn talk lu. their jlaep must execute at Livingston. dealers ii cause that U tW'oalj chance Uwy f 9 Sugar-coifed. by the white corpuscles Germs that get into the uody arc killed in two substance that is in the blood. Just what this of the blood, and by a substance is, we do not know. The blcod of a healthy person always has some substance in it to w ard off the attack of disease. The fountain head of life is the stomach. A mar. who has a weak and impaired stomach and who does not properly digest his food will soon find that his blood has become weak and impoverished, and thar his whole body is improperly and insufficiently nourished. To put the body in healthy condition, to feed the system on rich, red blood and throw out the poisons from the body, nothing in the past forty years has excelled Dr. Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery, a pure glyceric extract (without alcohol), of bloodroot, golden seal and Oregon grape root, stone root, mandrake and queen's root with black cherrjbark. "Mv husband was si sufferer from stomach trouble and impure 'blood." writes Mrs. .Tamks II. Mahtin, of Frankfort Kv. "Ho had a Mire, on his faco that would form a scab which would Iry und drop off In about a month, then another wouM immediately form. It continued this way for:, loi'j-- 'u. , I c men every lemecly that any one would misijmM 'i!t i.iiiiki no relief. He, then tried Dr. Pierce's Golden Medic-- Diemery which comj Ictely cured him. Ho has sita veil enr-- .WW f"r two years, and I recommend thli valuable laedi. ino for impurities of the blood." Dr. Pierre's Pica ant Pollers regulate and invigorate iny granules. stomach. liver uud bowels. ?. IL Maetcj. Esq. -- How The Body Kills Germs. ray; gcria-k'l'in- t; germ-killin- g 1 proved surety, bearing interest, were fine and largely attended, from day of sale until paid and and the faculty is certainly to be having the force and effect of a Miss Minnie Riddle, of East congratulated for the perfect judgment. Bidders must be preBernstadt. returned borne Thurs-- ' pared to comply with these term-- . training of the pupils. day alter spending several days m G. S. GUIFFIN. with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Riddle. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. faster Commissioner Mrs. Nellie Evans, of Richmond Rockcastle Circuit Court is spending a few days with her Court. Rockcastle Circuit uncle, James Proctor. Miss Ada COMMISSIONERS SALE. Mt,Veunon, Plaintiff", Proctor who is attending school Bank of vs Cowtissiotter's Sale. Rockcastle Circuit Court. at Mt. Vernon was witn home-folk- s George Ketron, first of the week. Among HULDAH KETRON, Helen Griffin, et at, Plaintiffs, Defendanis those that attended church at Allen Kktron, vs y Commissioner's Sale. Miss-eJ Maple Grove Sunday are and PkoplesBank Walter McPhkrson, &c. By virtge.of a judgment and Mattit Owens, Mattie and Fannie Defendants. ot sale of the Rockcastle Riddle and Willie Shepherd By virtue of a judgment and order Mr and Mrs. E S. Owens are Circuit Court, rendered at the order of sale of the Rockcastle wCOVE The Commencement-exercis- es IfSCASTORIA WW. 3, ''A'"11"'' Tor Infants and Children. Hmpm BfT'.i.ll " mm STte ALCOHOL. 3 . The Kind You Have Always Bought PER CKST. j ! s tfot AVselabiePrcparafonfcrA;-similaiinj- iheFocrJanUReiMi ling (Jte Sioircuis amlBcAelscf Bears the Signature fiAo' &5b The M. DONN.3623 visiting relatives in Jack.ou county this week. Mis. George Brant who has been sick for some time is slowly improvim . H.L. Andet son, of I.ogansport Ind., is visiting her sister, Mrs. fav j - In -- - f i)i Use For Over I'a-'l- e vw my . f IV ..i Thirty Years I CASTORIA C1MET one-lourt- 1 U. - i I 3 i u r MILLER & BEAZLEY B COUCH METAL1C CASKETS at Coffins and Robes. 3 body-powe- GEORGE OWENS, -- v.-r 13-- 22 3 3 3 i t, aB&i&& SADDLES! S4.50toS15.00. WAGON BREECHING Check on The Mt.Vernon Bank 4 ft -- - - POUND! THE OP VERNON W. T. DAVIS. e J. :jzc:zD9Cfc MOORE fiWyV-- - S UrHDSTAKES iteiiUt W. A. COX, n ti '"i r n. Pains AU Over! Dentist T. FRANCIS, ?., uoniisx 1 S Sf" r'v i LARDU I Womln'sTonic .'ii J.CMcCLARY J. P. GRBCri Dttntlst and.-Sunda- Stanford, Ky. J C: Williame, W, Lewis-Wilson-Hic- ks vtefcv ,! I er .CliilcLreir Cry -- b-- CASTORIA - - - ti t vjthvr-- " .J--" ; yf V V'i