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Mount Vernon signal: May 23, 1913 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913052301_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: May 23, 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. W 1 Jk . .1 -- va. T' -- a- Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. MT. VERNON, WW'B ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MA Y 23. 1913. pawm taatwi-'JwiumiiwT- jCft. .2 ..ii .. Mi . afes fca bstablished 1887 XTJMBER 39 iii 1A I t?y?ii wt I? lUdriJUUIfi? rl .V. n u j 1SL5 w ; IS Or Boone Jetters, etc ? If so I would be deliiih"d to know the .tf" k" u' . t - in b g x-m- t" D. KdSSSSV v "fcf x& mmmm& rj1. They will took JUST this ray on YOUR feet and remember, they insure real foot comfort as well as fashionable appearance, dura- mlity and economy. & x? . WMl iitfctf ?SgW ffl'w S---? B names and addresses, as I am an exhaustive investiga l making about, Boone " tion Prof. Henderson is a docendant of the noted Col Henderson, of Transylvania iaiue. He will bo furnished with all the i'.ooue information Ave have gained on the subject since launching the fJoone Way proposition last January. We would be glad to lnvv anyone having relics or let tors of Boono, of Comto advise our mercial Club or Prof. Archibald Henderson, Chapel Kill, N. C. Sc-ietar- y T! S? H H 7 -- 8 Sir M &LZ& a sa . tf J fill!? is nm Uim 3y t iet r.m. za fn-"- 3 mm ,a ie; it i v : $ k CPliiflfl S&g v. m& n 9. U tt t r 7? ..t. HI i'sya SS SSu . Un 5j H ? I. ffii .i OUUit Just AO .- hind UUi 1 Laie iv - i tpll$y LI VINO ST ON. Donelly has returned from Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. J )hr. Muliins have returned from Level Green after a few day.s .John says visit with relatives the old stamping ground of our Mrs bo hood dayhlooksnatural. daughter. Miss C. A. Blanton and Ella May, have returned from a! visit to lenitives at Parksville. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Neighbors are yisiting relatives in Louisville this week- .- Mr. A. Pennington who has beeu very sick for a few To The citizens of Rockcastle County: Miss. Ella davs is some butter. I now tike this means of publicly announcing myself as a Farley is visiting relatives Mae for county superintendent of schools. candidate lor in Louisville this week. Mr. In making this announcement I wish to say I believe I have Woods who has bten living learned enough from the experience of this term to enable me to James for some time has give better service another term than I have this, and if elected in Richmond here. I will give my whole time and attention to the duties of the office, returned We were blcssod with candiThe new law which goes into effect at the beginning of the new Tuesday. Tip Lang-for- d term will require a superintendent to be at the office except when dates here V. Bowman were and S. he has official business elsewhere. with the There are a great many other things to which I want to call here shakmg hands to be in voters, each seemed Yours truly, your attention lster. and coufidont ot good spirits J W. KlNCKR. election- - Mr. Bill Cummins and KK0i)in:.u. Their many friends join us in wish Miss Lula Owens wore united in ing them success and happiness the holy bonds of matrimony last Mrs. Laura B. Cable and daugh- in their weded life. Master Les- Saturday evening on Cauley ter, Miss Susie, are visiting Mr. lie Elder, a member of Brodhead Bianch. Rev. Richard Moberly and Mrs. J. B. Pike, in Minton junior base ball team, demands officiating. They have our best ville, and C. C. Cable, in Danville, that we correct our last week's let wishes. Our Police court for the this week- .- Miss Clyde Watson is ter, in which we stated that on last few days has been very .visiting relatives in fcrai'rard Saturday before the home team busy but at present we are un countv. Henry Anderson wasac was defeated by the Mt Vernon able to give the particulars. compauyipg his lather to Rich- team, 15 to 1. He wants it plainly Mrs. J W. Sams and children mond, last Sunday, arid while en understood that the scqre stood have returned ' from a few days route was taken suddenly ill. As 15 to 14 in favor Qt tie visiting visit to relatives at Pittsburg. soon as his father could get him toanii s0 We stand correctedKy. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Clancy placed under the care Mrs. Knssell Thompson and of Paris, are visiting relatives there he was of the Drs. Gibson. We urkloi'-stan- d daughter, Mrs. Puckett, and here tins woot. that he underwent an operu Mioses Myrtle and Hazel, and son Miss Ethel Hays who has been tion for appendicitis early Mon- Herbert, of Louisville, stopped off with her sister, Mrs. Ed Quitin day, and was reported in fair con- hore Wednesday on their way to at Paris, has returned home and dition Tuesday. His many friends Squire II. C. Cable's, to be pres is now the hello girl at the exar,e anxious to see him out again. ent at the birthday dinner given change. Mrs. W. B. Rice and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Barnes, of in honor of the Squire. Aunt children, of Paris, are visiting Pine Hill, are with his mother, Juda Chestnut returned home Mrs. C. H. Rice and Mrs. W. Mrs S A Ha rn.es, this wesk. after spending several days in R. Dickerson. -- Mr. and Mrs. j. Mr. Barnes is n.pt in gop$ )ipaj:h, PrejiehgrsviHe and Lancaster . A. OUver atfmtecl the Sunday is taking a week oft trying .o The nips-piand pictures at the bank School Convention at Pme Hill recuperate. (J. C. Howell was, at luijj. are attracting laige crovds. Sunday. Those who attended from Saturday until Tueshome the Convention at Pine Hill Sun day, Mr. Bo Well has been on WONDERFUL SKIM SALVE day were Dan Poudor, L P E. sick hst. C A. Wheejdon's resiBilckjen's galve is. Pruuimonds, Misses Nettie Rice, Ariiica do- dence on Chureh street was known every wbaitJ ae thu best Georgia Amyx, Lucinda Dees, stroyed by fire Tueday about, remedy made for all diseases of the Carrie Ponder, Lucinda Hellard, noon. A part of his household skin, and also for bums bruises and Mary L. Sebum. Judge goods were saved, loosing all their !atld boi's- - Reduces inflammation Bet hum m and Atty. E B. Thompis soothing and healing. J. clothing and everything in the hindSossaman, publisher of News, son were here Tuesday en route P iT. , ! ",s of Cornelioii-- . N U.. writes that to Frankfort. Mrs. Wil Brown timing wow any. hiWueu. was partly rovei'td bp in- one box helped his sprtous skin q! Parksville, ia visiting her house surance Mrs C H. Frith and ailment afterolbur remedies (ailed. riant-liteMrs. C. A. Blanford Recommended b John Evans are with their Only 2t"iC. Mrs at this place. Bom to the wife of Chas C Davis. brother, Chas. Pike, in Corbin, T. J. Pennington, on tne 21st. a his week. Miss Randa Tate was fine girl christened Rosa Lynn. t 7 5 ; 5 ?1 3 tern Sets Be io -- J. B. mimfw kS"ii-ssaarasjss ezEmiWiS yia WMMX-i. - MwMM easss mm m hWS3 r m tesasa SfSSMS ISKV That's why you will be fair to your feet when you buy Beacons. They are made with scien- tific care on lasts that sJ&k -- J. W. KINCER the answer ' r " Yes - - or - - no ? " 5am, I love you, but I must know something of your plans for the future I know you have a nice house and farm, but to make a w ornan happy she must have something to go in that house7 " Now my dear, I have attended to all that and shall do everything to make you happy and contented. ou must have the sweetest little home In Rockcastle county' troubles and he said, " My boy, you are to be congratulated you are certainly making a success. ft i hear you are thinking oi getting; " ihat' s the right step, my son ' rnarrio a low, make Miss Katie happy by coming to my store and selecting some nice furniture and carpets for the house (and don't forget to get her a Eiroaen cabinet) " Sam, did Mr Baker say whether he had any nice Range Stoves or not ? Tt H Why, sure, Kate he has them by the car load and he told me that if I liked he would sell us a Range for five dollars down and a dollai per week till it was paid for'' lt Kate rny sweetheart; Kate, I must have mKSKW F.M.HoytShoeCo. f&f am just back from Mount Vernon; went to see Mr U G Baker, told him my "I I WALK-OVE- R SHOES 0 $4, $4-5- and $5.00 - -- 9s 1 1 Blue Serge Special guar-AJitee- d "Why, Sam! wasn't that We sell the Clothcralt make:? meh g No. 5J30, $15, that to be all-woo- l, te covice. The ers the jvhole Clotlicraft line same-guarantee and to give satisfactory wear and serv- i)d young men sit up and take notice It's Baker ? ft ways traded with Mr Baker Father bought knee pants for me from Mr Baker twenty-fiv- e years agof " Mr Baker always treats you nice, his clerks are taught to treat you nice, and evervone is made to feel at home in his store1 huvc often heard, tather ay that Mr. Baker had made his success by treating the people nice and giving everyone a uare deal.'' " That's true. Kate." "Has Mr, Baker any pretty dishes to go in the cup. board and on that table he is ifoinjj to soil you I " "Sure tiling, Katie, he can iurnish everything needed lor the kitchen. lYhv, he even buvs churn-- : by the car load." " Dearie, w( will ou to ?Ir. Baker's and select everythhur we need furni. tn re and carpets for the houe-- a beautiful Range Stove :ill kinds of nice dishes sifters, strainers, wash basins, wator I nice of Mr u Yes. indeed, our folks have al- ''W,;tm, $JL0toS5. Fine HATS at Great Reduction A nice big - r. ?j$jtng cejjV-O- Ju Maretburg during the THE TAR HLL STATE uie of M;iy 19(h, variety in the best shapes efficient inarsliaj, Robert Burtoif, arrested on,e Allelic Talbott, Tuesday, neaj Wjldj-- , qr POR BOONE WAY. Panamas and Straws 7 ( - Srm fym MtWS I $5 & $6 Panamas $3.98 $2 and $3 Straw $1-48 ?'? pHLH9 aD Big lot of other Hats to go at big reduction PnlJT the ;rmy at 191. Proj'. Archibald HenderFort &WilnS, M'nm , May 8, 1912. son, of University of North Cam Burton landed Ji;, mRn pnfejy n ij)a, at Cjiapel Hdl, that .tate, to jail al Mt. Vornon. until Wedijes, Mr Mnret, here, says , ''Quite day night, when ho dehvored him by accident, I happened t son a to the Army Postal Fort Thomas copy of Southern Good Roids for George Yadon, who is employed March, and therein observed your by the street railway company iu article, " Boone Way. ' Louisville, is vith bis parents, "A number of us here in North B. A. Yadon, this Carolina are interested in, this Mr. and Mrs. eki.Dr. W. F. Carter was in route ; and Mrs. J. Lindsay PatShelby vjlle duping j,heyeek. R. terson expects to travel soon over. L- - Sro jthi of Ml? Bifttt s.eption, .sod tle entire. Bqorie'VYaj? frqinVyUKes- his famoUB stallion, Silver Baiie, boro, N. 0., to Bopqes,b.oro,, preto George Peel, of Jessamine paratory to marking it'stiitably. county, for the fancy price of 'I shall be glad to assist yoq in Mr. and Mrs Walter Rob- any way I can, in urging the North $500 ing attended the Sunday school Carolina congressmen, U3 assist tie convention at RosfJ Hill, Sunday. Kentucky c'ong.r.essmen, a.nd to Mrs. DaveThompscn.of Mays-ville- . add their voices and votes in supwho Ijad desertef Writing qqder MOST PROMPT AND EFFECTUAL CURS FO . BAD COLDS When you have a bad cold vou yatlt a remedy that will not only giye relief, but effect a prompt and permanent cure, a remedy that is pleasant to take, a lemeUy tliat contains nothing injurious. Rrniedy Cuiigti Chamberlain's It all these requirements. meets on nature's plan, relieves the acts lungs, aids expectoration, opens the secretions and restores, the vsvstern to a ueaiuiv conqmon, This remedy lias world wide sale arid.' use, and cau always be depended, upon. Sold by all dealer?. $4 5o Junction City to Ghatia-naogfTenn., and return via Queen & Crescent Route. Special y pails and every thing." " We'll iiet our Drv Goods Clottiinir- - Groceries and, provisions there too, won't we, S:fm 'i " "Sure thing. Katie, dear." " Now, Sanu don't think 1 am too exacting, but promise me that you will go to Mr. Baker's and buy enough of that ' Victor ' paint to brighten up the houe with. Vou know a house should look pretty ou the outside as wi'll as inside." know that, Kate, and 1 shall buy some. Hour paint I shall get and paint the kitchen floor and the porches. hard oil and varnish and fix up tin stair avji), too." uO, Sam. von are the best man in the trld. 1 know." "Now get some of that good Hoofing that Mr. Baser sells, and now you top. Sam." "Nuf sed, we're olV " "I BCTfccg3K;vvjg' ataaazsu: Sutton & McBee Trie BSLGMX aRagfflss CLOTHCRAFT STORE xmLJH&aM 373tfcr Jmsi rcs2 was the guest of Mrs. Lar-ki- n Hicks the first of the week. Miss Grace McCall and B. R. Wil- mott were united in marriage at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, at the home of the groom, the Rev. H. M. Armit- 'age officiating. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCall, of Maretburg, and the groom is the youngest son of Mrs. j M ary E. Wilmott, of this place. I port of the plan. "I am engaged In publishing a book on ''The Life and Times of Richard Henderson." Itvill contain an elaborate history of the building of the Wilderness Roa.d., which, as, you of course know, Annual United Confederate Veterans. Ticiietgon sale May 24,25. 36, 37, 2S and for trains scheduled to reach Chattanooga before noon F(re accorded for Re-ytn'o- u, U .G.BA 11U. fL H- - r anBunaL.". W I iv,-r- r "V 1 vv May 29. Return limit, Tune ' 1913. Extension of final l"mt 0. Tuue2sth, 19it, EHtention of final Vrrit to, Juno 25th. 19 13, upau deposit of; ticket and pay- TJIE MT, YKRXOX RETAILER OF ment of fee of 5o cts. Auply to was commisMoned by Col Hen- nearest Ticket' Agent, Queen & Crescent Route, for full informaderson. "Doyou know of anyone in Ken- tion. W. A. Beckler, G. P.. A. Cincinnati, O. tucky who has any Boone relics? May 16 3t. The it Kind of Gcods AT The Right Kind of Prices. -g.ui 10MP1 una i,cefmrajcenuitnra We're not fooling around. We're as busy es bees. that there was never a Price was in London the first of cent spent lor my education other last week, I I earned bv hard labor to rest with a prayer on her lips than what Tor Infants and Children. Friday, May 23, 19 13 J' 1U' rai was "ere " for us. Remember mother boys, Such as rolling wheel barrows nogs last Friday. b . F,. Gentry The Kind You Have Always Bought However, I before it is too late you hpve yet and driving steel. of Quail, was with relatives here Published every Friday by Bears the SlY . s? time to show your appreciation of feel that this has only better Mics Ora Brown whoj signature oiLfuzrfzTa&JUai EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. See her hair, it is qualified me for the office for Sunday. her love. has been sick for three weeks "S white as snow, and it has been which I am now asking the supnow improving. Mr. and Mrs. $I.OO bleached by care of you. A TEXAS WONDER. Watch port of the people. DESCRIPTION ONE YEAR Walter DeBord and childten, of Th TpKfls wonder cures kidnev I have had practically two years her. Show her your love. Court Somerset, have been visiting Mrs. baddr troubles removing Advertising rates made know?i on her as j'ou would a sweetheart, High school and have had five DeBord's parents, Mr and c..res diabetes. weak and if 3'ou would make her happy. terms experience in the school application Price audN John McKiuney.-- Vic rheuniatisra and al, All too soon this mother will be rcom in Laurel county aud four terms in Screven county Georgia. uiay i nompson seem to oe irregularities of the kidneys and Reformatory Press. gone. MEMBER OF ReguI read several papers and try to frequent callers down about in both men and women. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION May Run For Congress. McKin-nekeep in touch with the times and Gilmore of late. Henry lates bladder troubles in children. V. SiLcj Friends of Judge Leonard is very sick. Mrs. G. B. Bethurum, of Ml. Vernon, Rock- I believe that 1 know what the Lawrence is visiting in Mount If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $i. starting a people need in the way of legisla castle county, are Vernon this week. C. E. Mullins One small bottle is two months healthy boom for him for tlie tion. However, I do not believe of Mullins Station made his treatment, and seldom fails to Republican nomination for Con that we need many new laws, Send for testiregular trip througa perfect a cure. monials from this and other stales. eress in the Eleventh district. but I believe that we uead many here Tuesday calling on the Dr. E. W. Hail, 2926 Olive street AXX0l'N('K31KNTS. Judge Bethurum, who was trai s- - of our laws amended, some remerchants. St. Louis Mo., Sold bj druggist f erred with his county, Rock- - pealed and the rest enforced. Miss Katie Price who has been BE3I0CKATIC TICKET. castle, from the Eighth to the I haven't any thing to say of Camp U. H. Drawbaugh, We Are Authorized to Announce con- Eleventh district by the against any of my opponants be- visiting in Mt. Vernon for the W. A. TODD Riibjectto areSsiotial gerrymander made by Hill, Pa., has a clock which has Asactradidaie for JaHer ontociicastl.. cause I believe they are all well past Wtek returned hoaie Tuestue actiou of tbe DomocrnUc pirty. jUtBiwt pr'- i"i : Level Green. Ky. uary. IB 13. j Legislature, has taken eX- - known and if you think they can day, accompanied by Mrs. L. B. been running since 1870 without An elec attention of any sort. CeC'dillglv Well With lllS lleW Heigh best We Are AmSdfo Announce represent your interests, I Adams and daughter, Miss Eliza gives the pendulum a d.m. cress jil bors and he already has a large believe vou should vote for them. beth. -- Mrs. Sallie A. Lono- of'tromagnet A3 acanuiuaic u. Democratic party. August lrl- aliens ....w.-..The magwl is Pul1 at each beat- of the . J"qJowjj, the action While in Louisville a r only wanfc fair consideration Quail were with her uiary. announce by wires with metal We are Authorized to few days ago Judge Bethurum - thp nr;mnTW. nml stinillr1 thp Mrs. W. F. DeBord a few days connected of REPHKS EHTATIVE ', opposite electrical smiled significant ly when the majority dedde in favor of one of Hast week. The farmers are verv Plates We Are Authorized to Announce ' character buried in the earth. NAT B. SEWELL congressional matter was bro.iched my opponents, I promise them busy plowing and replanting corn, Irom th70th Asa candidate for representative tae Counties of The moister of the earth acts District, composed c! Legislative Louisville Times. my warmest support m the final. the moles have done a great deal Laurel and Kockcnstle. Huigect to uie Democratic upon the plate, generating a low Primary. Auuet2, 1913. Thk words "Boone Way" are I hope that I shall be able to of damage in this part. Dr. G. current. Eventually tne plates REPUBLIC AX TICKET. boycotted by the Louisville papers see you before the primary and B. Lawrence was called to Mt. wiU be eaten awaT- - but k wa be COUNTY ATTORNEY. i "We Are Autnoriscd to Announce 'conniption have a personal talk with you,! Vernon last Thursday to see Mrs. ! a ful1 century before this can they simply take when thev hear or see the or else,' that I shall be able to t Frank Catron. Attorney of Koclccastle UtS As a candidate lor County ITamliilfn WflrtV A " happen. . . subject to the action 01 me iiepuoiicuu it i. words. 1 nib paper has in ad vo- - present to you my cause tor the ust Primary. 1913 lUO UOt belieVe that I RHEUMATISM QUICKLY Aa a candidate for County Attorney oJKockcastlc - catlUg the proposition of a tiatlOtUlI Sttlllip. CONSTIPATION CURED ub,ecttotheactionoftheKepubhcana.ty.Au- hi,lma tijrough the mountains will be able to see you all per- CURED r guat Primary. 1913. Dr. King's New Life Pills will and which is being opposed by sonally as I am teaching in the SIIKKIFF. relieve constipation promptly and "My sister's husband had an We Are Authorized to Announce the Louisville press and dis- - East Bernstadt Graded School get your bowels in healthv con- - attack of rheumatinm in his arm.' CAM MDLLIKS As a candidate for Shemrof Hockcasile ftuojecT to GOUraged br ItS business and and will not get out until the dition again. John Supsic. of' writes a well known resident 01 . . C .. . t i .. T t.rrM ?i mary. 1013. " i ney arei rs'ewton lowa. professional men, h-urougnt miuaie 01i June iDut i snau en- - oanoury, ra., savs: 'i enve nun a "We Are Authorized to Announce so many facts regarding the deavor to see as many of you as! the best pills I ever used, and I- - bottle of Chamberlain's Linimeni lout T. S. BSAKJ.AKON advise everyone to use them for which he pplied to his arm and on As a candidate for Sherifl of Hocheastle subject to ci.1filinf.; nf llip 1311b C11.J that possible. of the Republican party. Auuuat Pi the action constipation, indigestion and liver the next morning the rheumatism mary. 1813. their press could not answer with- Yours for the uplifting of the complaint." Will help you. was gone." For chronic musculai Wc Are Authorized to Announce out putting them deeper in the laboring class of people. KKAKK BAICUR Price 25c Recommended by rheumatism you will find nothing Asa candidate for Jailer ol liockcastle subject to C. R. LUXER. Chas. C. Davis. better than Chamberlain's Linithe action of the Republican party. August mud, it appears they are simply Primary, 1913. ment. Sold bv all dealers. 'afraid to open their mouths. We "We Are Authorized to Announce LEVEL (iiiEEN. IIARRV JO.VES propose to tell more as time ' subject MT. VERNQN SIGNAL I .rXi: ful'.y say 1 CASTOR A sf D ON'T BE GROCHY. Mrs.., v - Don't come in with your mind made up you 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. ifiOInf) semi-monthl- v SPECIALS happiness . $15. OU IN $15.00 SUITS I 15 . 00 Suits that laugh right out for Suits that echo Springtime well, what's the good when we're Posto-.ace- from every seam aud button. $15 .00 Suits of telling you all about them here in I - sister-in-law- I C7 , .- the newspaper SURE , I j you will come in and look them over -- try one on, maybe and let your wife see how well vou and the clothes become one another. Got a wife i ' . 111? 1 ' It's back . a happy world, this full of grand things, if you "will only smile I s i. - w i 1 T ! And the $15.00 Suits are great helps to happiness. l- E. L. PC&3CS6SK& Cockrell Livingston-- , Ky. to Au.nlliit. fnr.TnilprnrnocUcastle the action ol the Kepdblican party. AuEust Pri- - naSSCS. mary. 1013. We Are Authorized to Announce IIoxhsty does not merely mean JAMES WISSTEAD ,. ... , . As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to - LH.lt Oil Will UOt 110 Wltll yoUl the uction ol the HepubUcan party. AucustPumary, 1013 lips, or steal your employer's We Arc Authorized to Announce I ., money or his property. It means you will not be dishonest in your mary. 1013. "Wo Are Authorized to Announce work by slighting or neglecting M. C. SOWDER As a candidate ior Jailer ot Rockcastlo subject to it, that you will not steal your the action of the Republican party. August Primary. 1013. employer' time, waste or spoil COUNTY COURT CLERK his goods and that you will do we,rer your level best in everything, do us wun As a candidate tor . iw LiieiiL ua jkui.ivi.aouu .jAt j uiTiirir "ua t"" " imii miui u finish, v.4J"-n- . of the Republican party. Ausust primary 1913. .o'1-- ) stamp every job that passes SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. ' We Are Authorized to Announce through your hands with superior- . lty, Schools of Wltll Llie iradeiHal'K OI yOUr As. a candidate for Superintendent of Republican sublect to the action of the party. August Primary. 1913. character. Success. to MIZE Ab a candidate for Jailer ol Rockcastle subject to the action ot the Republican party. Au(fust Pri- J. C. bow" Rev. John Soward filled his regular appointment at Friendship Saturdav and Sunday. Mrs. W. F. DeBord is suffering with a severe case of rheumatism. A. J. Stansberry and son, James, visited W. H. Browns Monday on their wav to Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mullins, of Livingston are spending a few --- ID! Na.rw.M ra XLi x2 XJ Vftjr-,3 libs w-nt ilil - & 33ecg&x.TieS3cSg3DC5lpac io-- vim "ft GRANVILLE OWENS I Here are several reasons why I trade at C. C. Davis' Drug Store: BECAUSE Quality considered,- his price can't lie beaten. BECAUSE There are no delays; customers receive prompt attention. BECAUSE-Thin- gs we get at Cbas. C. Davis' Store are all right. BECAUSE Things that go wrong bought at " Chink's" place will be made right. BECAUSE The poor man's dollar is worth just as much at Charley's place as the rich man's. BE0AUSE There are no leaks from his store ; every deal is strictly confidential. ' UNDERTAKER Brodhead Ky , Are Authorized Announce J. W. KINCER a a Mniiiiiitfl rnr Rimerintendent of Schools of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican party, August primary, ivu. "We ' MAG ISTR ATE. W. M. SOWDER As a candidate for MaKistrate First Jf.izisteiinl fcdmposed of E. Mt Vernon ami Walnut Distri :t. Orove voting precincts, subject to the action ot the Republican party general pumarj" election, Aur-uut- We Are Authorized to Announce 1013. REPRESENTATIVE. Wo Are Authorized to Announce L. P. THOMPSON As a candidate for Representative Irom the 70th T....Haint1va District, composed ci the Counties of Laurel anl BDCkcnsile: subject to the Republican Primary. Autrust S, 1813. Wc Are Authorized to Annoucne W. J. HOWARD Irom th"70th Asa candidate for Representative the Counties of District, conmosed ol Loirislattve the Republican Laurel and Rockcastlo. subject to cilice, SlcWhor-te- r. Primary, August 2, 1013. Post Ky. Wo Are A thorizod to Announce O. R. LUKER As a candidate to Representative from the 70th Legislative Disrrctcom posed ot the Counties ot subioct to tl.o Republican Laurel Grant Thompson and- - little daughter, Gracie, spent Saturday Oldham night with J. L. Thompson Clark, Mercer and county democratic committee have Miss Beatrice Broyles, of Plato, adopted strong resolutions against is with har aunt, Mrs. Bessie the use of money or whisky in the .lullius for a tew davs. G. E. coming primary. What's the matter with following suit in Rockcastle? A Movement is on foot among the candidates to pledge each and all to refrain from the use of money or liquor in both the primary and final election. It is hoped that all will agree to and abide by the proposition. to-b- I e navS With 1'elatlVeS llel'e. Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Owens are rejoicing over the arrival of their first born a fine boy. Mrs. H. K. Catron aud little step-sou- , Will, were with Mrs. V F. De- Bord the latter part of the week, Mrs. James Thompson attended tfae burial of her sister, Mrs. Cora Abbott, at Good Hope last Friday. T. J. Brown was up from Somerset from Friday till Sunday. .. . . . NMLw99g!S &CX$D$DOe COMPLETE .LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Mail, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled. :C3crp3C3K3cC3CX BECAUSE-Ch- as. .; , C. Davis is never grouchy if you don't buy . Try Him. Phono 20. Emergency IBank account tidesyou through sickness, loss of employment, hard times, accidents and bad crops . and r Primary. Ausust2. 1013. KNOWLEDGE AND INTENTION Otherwise called THOUGHTS OF MOTHER. ' Years and years ago, we are. afraid to sav how man' when the breezes crept in under the low hanging branches and the graceful elm swept the roof of the old home with a loving embrace, when the odors of th? cherry and apple blossoms were wafted in from the little orchard near by. We remember the deep, dark shadows under the rough old oak and the soft lights through the white curtained windows, the pleasant rooms, the music aud mother, who laughed over our baby antics,' grew proud of boyish triumphs, hid her sad heart beats when we left the home fold to win our way in the woild, the mother whose hair grew gray in her care for us, whose heart humbled by the multitude of her prayers in our behalf, whose face grew more tender as the years marked their progress upon ner cheeks, whose steps faltered and whose hands trembled because her buoyancy had been given freely in our behalf The mother who stayed iu the old home while we were far away. There came at last a letter in another hand, and dear old mother was at rest. Then- we went home, but the old time home was gone forever. Ah, we know how trivial everything then seemed beside mother's love. We know how a kind word would have cheered her heart. We know how business cares crowded out ' the- home t letters; and how mother watched and Waited for the tardy missive. We - "THE WILLINGNESS TO PRODUCE" THE GREEN SEAL people the necessary have "THE KNOW HOW" INSURES ' KNOWLEDGE and the good INTENTION you against bankruptcy after floods, lightning, tornadoes, and cyclones. Will get you out of any trouble i and keep you out. BANK WITH US Green Seal Paint will Convince You Formula on every package. FOR SALE BY PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNOiN', KY. For Sale by J. B. NOE, C. R. LUKER. TO THE VOTERS OP LAUREL AND ROCKCASTLE C0UNTIES In offering myself as a candidate for representative of Laurel and Rockcastle counties, I wish to state that since early childhood I have had a morbid desire to qualify myself lor an office filled, which, when properly" blessing to the would be a great laboring class of people. I have tried to so live that when I had myself, qualified thoroughly would be a strong demand there from the laboring class of people tor me to become their servant. I have had a hard struggle iu obtaining an education as my father is a poor man and has me very never been able, to much financially. Consequently, I. had .to. resort to' hard labor in order to get the money which I spent in school, and I can truth- h-.l- Mt Vernon, Ky. 44' Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence Because it's Welded, you can take it Down and Put it Up Without Injuring the Fence fence. It is actually a one-pieTaking down "Pittsburgh Perfect" and restringing it doesn't hurt it a bit. This is one exclusive "Pittsburgh Perfect" fea- ture of economy perhaps you haven't thought of. Our catalogue, sent free, tells of many more. Get a copy at ce JONAS McKENZIE SELLS That's a good point to consider. Many a time you would "shift a line of fencing from, say, the bull pasture to the hog lot if it didn't destroy the efficiency of the fence. In "Pittsburgh Perfect", the only fence with electrically welded joints, the stays are permanently joined to the line wires, SELZ SHOES THE "ROYAL BLUE" . once. Made in Different Style, for FIELD. FARM, RANCH. LAWN. CHICKEN. POULTRY wrf RABBrr YARD and GARDEN EverV Rod Guaranteed If you are interested In Wire Fencing, writ for FREE copy of our ALMANAC, 1913 persuade Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and Insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to you. that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. "PitUburgh Perfect" Brand of Barbed Wire: GaWanixed Wire; TwUted Cable Wire; Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire Stapjei; NaiC; GalTanixed Wire NaiUj Large Head Roofing Naik; Single Loop Bale Tie. t"Pitt. burgh Perfect" Fencing. 'AB made of Ope .. Hearth material. Bright, Annealed you need a good pair of shoes it is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy IF - ilW FMW 'K Ht Pittsburgh Steel Co. - Pittsburgh, PexuuyWaHiJi JONAS McKENZfi 11 IP MT. VERNON, KY. -- r; ..J VATS" ryr M T: ML VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky. May 23, 1913 If you are hard to Suit you Ask the man who wears them should see Fish's $15 special about those White Cat Oklosed Suits, they will suit you. Kloth Union Suits Fish is selling so many of. 3 ,,1 ,. HHHHHMHHHHBHMlMMIHMMK DTT.il I II III.. 11 M a tv Wear Fish's Guaranteed $'5 up No. 79" when ly Q special suits and you'll wear the The lith. District Christian 795 ouwan toCommuni' XX best cloth in America at the Bible school Convention will cats with SIGNAL meet at Tellico June 5, 6 and 7. p. ice. Every Christian Bible school in The Young Peoples Mi sionary ; THEY COME BACK The most gratifying feature about our business is that Outfitting but is expected to League will have a picnic to- Rockcastle county we are now men who have been buying be represented at the convention. morrow afternoon at the Mt. their clothes from us since they were boys Of course, Vernon Fair Grounds. Members The Rockcastle County Christian LOU 8 VI LLC A. NHVILIC R. R. CO. only are irvited. Bible School oonvention held at there is one explanation Rose Hill last Sunday was well It is estimated that there were TIME TABLE. attended. W. E. Frazee, State 4.59 p m between one thousand and fifteen 22 ncrtn hundred people present at the Bible School Supt. was present 24 north 353 a m Sunday school picnic at and delivered a vejy interesting 11:38 am Baptist 23 south Pine Hill last Sunday. The good address. The convention voted 12:19 am 21 csouth things to eat were there in abun- to send John D. Henderson to the! Landrum, Agent. dance, sufficient to feed a third Lexington school of methods for Jas. 1 Phone No. 8. In the afternoon two weeks next month. He will more people. A & a sermon and visit the schools of the county Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice Rev. Duke delivered during the Summer. mail matter. 11 V for every one who attended it was as second-clas- s W UK There was plenty ot dinner for H a most enjoyable day. an ana everyone went away . PERSONAL The Woman'..-- Club held a feeling the day had been well We know cannot be duplicated F. L. Thompson Sr., was in business meeting at the home of spent. Tha folbwing officers; S m m XJ in this town for $20. The Label in your coat is your guarantee of Mrs. C. C. Williams on last Tues- Louisville Friday last. were elected for next year, John satisfaction . Mr. H. J. Mullins is numbered day evening to hear the report of D Henderson, Pres. I. B. Chestthe Park Committee. Mr. Jordan nut, Sect. among the sick this week. We show a man all th- - BEST styles that other stores show and then fill up of the L- Si N. was here yesterday C. H. Mullins is visiting Mrs. the measure to overflowing with our exclusive styles, that tbe little shops won't LANG DON .MEMORIAL lelatives in the Hiatt section this and will return next week when warm up to before next year. in conjunction with the Womans SCHOOL. week. Club he will begin the work of Mrs. Weber is with her daughbeautifying the L. & N. Park. Mrs. Aldiich, Field Secretary ter, Mrs. S. D. Lewis. of the Board of Home Missions There will be a meeting oi the Miss Ella Francis has returned for the southeast, an unwfis, Look For the Sign of Ihe Fish. home after spending the winter in Kentucky State Bankers Associa- usually welcome guest at the tion, groups 8 and 11 at StanArk. dormitory last week. Mrs. Mollie Durham is with ford today. Prominent bankers Mr. E. R. Gentry gave an interher son, F. L. Durham, for a few from all over the state will be on esting talk in chapel last Wedneshand, and in addition, there will days. day morning. be present a number of National Miss Martha Sparks was at P. ins or Commencement are Bankmen, and Stite Banking lor the week end from home Commissioner Thos. J. Smith of being worked out by the various Caldwell College. departments. Practice for the gSSS&r&Z5S3'' Frankfort. Cashiers F.L Thomp of the play are beiug held each afternoon. Walter Rivers, one JlggPttS LEADlTiG1 attflgi son Jr.. of the Peoples Bank and biggest hearted fellows living was A. B. Fupnish; of The Bank of The pupils in the piano departup from Livingston Tuesday. The Home of Good Clothes Mt. Vernon expect to be thei'e. ment are preparing for the scale canted to be held next week. Dr. G. C. Isaacs and Estill This week has been closing .week A prize will be awarded to the Price, of Level Green, were in All the to the Vernon,Ky, t the Qraded School. The rain ftnp having the best scale. town Wednesday on (.business. 11 1 as mg&e ijt necessary off to c: The Kiudrgaren wjjl close Mrs. Henry Smith of Brush of ihe daylight program jjith q, picnic on Fi'iqay that part Spring Race Meeting Douglas At Red Bud School Housimorning Creek, was with her brother, Dr, which consisted principally of pf next week. Park; Summer tourist rate Crab Ion Friday afternoon. May 301b. the week, W. D. Laswell. tirst of basket ball games and other Orchard and return 70 cts. daily there will be held a meeting of both The ge.wjng plass.es are completJ. B. McKenzie has begun the outdoor sports. The night perfrom May 15th to Sept. 30th. the Kindergarten and Mother's. erection of a home on the lot formances have liee attended by ing their years work apd will limited to Oct. 31st. many of tbeir articles on Club. As this will be the last meetwhere.Chambers Oldham's house largecrowds. Wednesday evening have exhibition at the close of school. Following is program for next ing of the season a full attendance burned. was the play "Brooksdale Farm" of mothers and children is desired. The Commencement program is meeting of Commercial Club, Miss Bessie Carson and brother Thursday the exercises of the as follows; Tuesday May 27th. of Jellico, who haw been with Grammer Grades and tonight the The Teddy bear and Billy Saturday P. M. May 31 Field ExOur Natural Resources, D'r. A. Possom has been replaced by the: relatives in this vicfaky far a few Eighth Grade Graduates. A more ercises, Dormitory Grounds. SatG. Lovell How to got a Fire Woody weeks returned booae W,eqlnesajr. complete account in our next issue (WoodrowV. Tiger" urday Evening, Piano Recital Brick Plant, for Mt. Vernon, E- Princeton Tiger). McDowell spent a joj tejast two evenings. Mrs. Carter Presbyterian Church. Sunday A. ,S Albright Suggestions lor The Democratic County Corn- part of last week with her Mullins-Caflar- d. tyiss VtPt0ra M. June 1st Baccalaureate SerAdvertising during our fair, C. mmee nas put parents Mr, and Mrs. 3. S. Daily. the question and Mr. Wajie Ballard mon, Presbyterian church. MonD. Sutton and E. R. Gentry came down lor Mullens jMr. McDowell squarely up to the candidates. Do were marrfe a(j Ji ytnus tjtation day P. M- - Jung and. 5xh.jbitip.u of Mt. Vernon, now and 20 years they want an honest election or mday. Saturday. Mrs. J3alard is a School Wprk & Undergraduate ago; C. C. Williams "United we do they want the same old tactics ilkces Forest Baker and May me daughter of T. R. Mullens and 3 Entertainment, Dormitory. Tues stand, Divided we fall. L. W. to preail on primary day, the were here popular young Jatfv as well as a day Evening Jackson, of London, June 3, Graduating Bethurum. question ol who wins usually Sunday to attend the burial of teacher in the county spbools, Exercise. Address by the Rev. All members are requested to being decided by who can buy Miss Baker's father, Mr. George Mr. Ballard is a brother of Matt W. Francis Irvine, D. of be on hands promptly at 7:30 p. the most votes? Interior Journal, W- - Baker. Ballard and holds a good position Louisville. m., as business of importance will F. Krueger was ju Richmond with the Covington Street R.11I . come up in this meeting. It is Oh tradesman, in thine hour of c "Monday to get a crew .of b.ricjf R'ijy Co., and says he is the NotiCh: There came to my be hoped that more of the If on this paper you should to cec. moulders and he will commen.ee happet man in Ky. They are place about April 25, 4 yearling members will get a "move on Take our advice and now be y y y . at once the making and burning ,oJ ,uow with tyr. qllard's mother heifers, red end roan; 2 red steers themselves'1 and take more inter- Go strait ahead and advert i i i. a large brick kiln. marked with swallow fork in left .wijl leav.e uesda for here and est in the very important work the You'll find the project of some u u u W. L. iichards who has been Covington where they wifl reside ear, I live about 4 miles North Seven-thirt- y club now has in bard. Neglect can offer no ex q q q. half-pas- t jsuffering from a sprained ankle The Signal joins their many oi Brofjbead. qn fjpper Creek means seven not Be wise at once prolong your d a a a eight. WS able to discard bis crutch and Irtends in wishing then a Jong Owner can have sajqe by paying A silent business soon de k k k. all trouble aud expense. to town yesterday just with and happy fife. come May 9r&J- - J. Mohlev. the use of a cane. On last Sunday at the Line The brilliant Judge T. Z. Morrow, who is a dis- FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S J. J. Cook, who is an indispen-sibl- Creek cburcb, which is just across The Jacksonian, of Cimarron. tinguished visitor to our town. asset u the Big Hill Coal the line on the Pulaski side. Parks I Kans,, publishes tho following Co., at Blanche, was here this Reynolds shot aud killed Bob Concerning, D. Francisco, week to see his father and Childress. Both men were Rock- Rockcastle citizen and a a former politics and. changing commercial daughters, Mrs. P. C. Egbert, of brother sister, Mrs. Ballard. castle citizens but had cone to ot our worthy county man F. Fran conditions without being near to Cimarron, Mrs. C. D.Jennings, of j5iss Susie Thompson who has tfctS J?&ce to attend Decoration cisco, of Brodhead, who departed the vitals of the county. He was Bucklin, and Mrs. W. H. Peters, SUMMER COLDS been associated with Mrs. R. E. exercises, Th.ere had been bad one of the links between tbe old of Ashland, remain to mourn his this life at ban Diego, California busiThompioji in the millinery and the new, of which there are death. Should not be neglected. It meaifc a condition la blood existing batmen the parties on April 22nd. the lungs that brings on Pneumonia. BronchlUa oc ness at Crab Orchard, has returned for some time, hut as .q hxjw the not many left. The three score ozne other serious disease. D. FRANCISCO. Every stock holder ot the Mt. froeje for jthe unmer. years are accomplished and Gray trouMfe started on this particulap pl(J orjjer changeth.". gounty says good bye to Detroit Vernon Fair Association, wbo has J. W. Cbasteen, fcbe Johnetta occasion no oa seems to know, cyhp sinuous, watering linp, ranqsco, pn.q p,f th,e tnakers of n.gt already signed and acAs in the merchant and all around good not even the eye whneceg. and knowledged the amended articles fellow paid this office a visit there were over one thousand of baftle, yl?0" Qne Jajls, another jts hjstQvv. of incorporation, will please call Wednesday. He is now on the people on tbe grounds at the time steps in tl)ft breach and. Jfeeps ijp BIOGRAPHICAL, SKJ5TGH the fight, so j:brow$h the shifting at J. Fish & Son's store and sign road lor Kiner Bros., wholesale the trouble bagu. Reynolds la a cood remedy for soro throat and cold settled In tho lunas. 11 When Petroit Frqnoiaoo was horn in and acknowledge same. eases pain in the chest, hoarseness, obstinate coughs, congestion In shoes, Bristol, Tenn. according to last report tqd not seines of years, the ranks of fhe the lungs, loss of voice and inflammation. It is a fine family remedy, pifeeury of Qray couqty, althq Powell county; Virginia, Do:. 27 the capital stock of the Associamade only of tho purest ingredients and possesses a "wonderful aooth-ln- c Judge L. W. Bethurum, E. B. been found, Childress leaves a always preving forward, some i85a. His parents removed to tion was increased from $1500 to and healing Influence In the lungs, throat and bronchial tubes. 'JTh?s?pson and R. B. Mullins were wife and. several children. ReyChildren like It because It Is pleasant to the taste: It Is a quick $3000 it became necessary to file times break and falter, as one of Kentucky in his infancy. His before State Board of Equali- nolds is married but has no relief for the throat and lung disorders to which children are subject. the veterans fall And as we look father died when ho was between witn the secretary of State amendasking that the children. sation Teday Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottls. through tbe mist of years, the three and four years old, and his ed articles of Incorporation. You jiaise.on Rqfekastle farm laud be George W. Baker, died in Lex- mantle of ebaritv and neighbor-Hnes- mother died when he was Buy tho $1.00 size. It contains five ttmes as much as the 25c bIi. about i2 are not obligating yourself for and you get with each btUe a Dr. Herrlck'g fled Pepper Porous ftaen off. Messr Mullins and ington last Friday morning after anything in signing this document drops over them all and jeara old. Plaster for the chest JTho.mpson wer.e appot&d by the an illness of many months of a obscures the little differences JAMES F. IALLAR0 He was reared in Rockcastle but it is necessary that two thirds PMPMCI1M ST. LMM. MO. fMclge .to .go before he jtfjafe complication, of diseases. The which occasionally come up. And county by a brother, Fullen Fran- ot the stock holders sign and j8oad. For Weak Sight or Sore Eye", uie Stevaena Ere Salxe. It ($ecased was about 55 years of a e. so, when tho caravan moves up cisco. He had four brothers and that the same be filed with the JMr. and Mys. .R A. Whitehead ifileffyes fwo daughters. Mrs. through the streets of Cimarron a sister who survive him; Fullen, Secretary of State at once. If OuoAno RicoMmwBf By) were feere for a few djiys last foe Harkins, o J?rest,onburg, and and on over the hill, through the of Brodhead, Kentucky; Jasper, of you have not already signed please week with the former's parents, Miss Forest Baker, of fyondon. pure, sweet sunshine and the Sold by C. Mr. W. H. Fish Missouri; Boone, of Oklahoma, do so at once. Mr. ad Mrs. jy. B Whitehead. The remains were brougftt jjarg soff Kansas air, and as one by W. J. of Lawrence, Kansas; and who will take vour acknowledgeThe construction work at the W. on the midnight train Saturday one the sons of Qray county are Mrs. Rosanna Graves, of Ken- ment will cheerfully explain any J. Sparks Co.; at Lewjsburg, night accompanied by Atty Joseph laid away beneath the pioneer-lik- e part you do not fully understand. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION tucky. Tenn., is superintended ty M?. H.arkins and sister, Miss Josephine. buffalo sod, the answer Yours for the Fair, comes In his twenty-firs- t year he was Whitehead who says that the work Af fs. Urkins who before her from every heart, ' 'Rest in peace" Ch"as C. Davis, united in marriage, on the 24th. $& progressing niceley and will be tuariage jpas Mfcs Reca Baker, The social spirit overcomes ,. Pres. all day of July, I873. to Mary E. .completed almost on schedule a. daughter of the jiefiefted, on prejudices and differences and Hilton, in Kentucky, who survives The A & N. will have on sale ilimc. accouut of sickness was unable Dgatb, the great leveler, crystalhim aud mourns her loss. To excursion rates as follows: To to be present, The body wa.s taken lines thpsficjgl Spirif and causes his imiqn were tjqrn seven child- Cincinnati Tidy iiOOALT 27, 28 limited to the home of Mr. L- B. us to Uat and see things ill their ren, fpur on.s and tbree daughters. to Au'k, 5, $5.40 round trip, on Adams, where at 9 o'clock on truest and best Ijght. He q, was 'Everything new from every Sunday morning: The elder son, Francis, frw to aocount of Supreme Lodge of the short services neighbor; and he has gone. Round Round Fish's. where at manhood and was a prosperous Worlds Loval order of. .Moose; Trip Trip were conducted by tbe Rev, T 'Dee" as he wajt familiarly business man at Iugalls, "but his Louisville May 26th. limited to T&me Straw berries, the oest C. Duke, of the Baptist .church, known, was too big a factory in Hie was cut short several 3 ears May 27, $4.00 round trip; May ,by. m eartfc. Forjaale $Eter ;Wbich the'' remains were SPECIAL TRAIN I la.d (to rs'st in Elmwood cemetery, Gray county to be forgotten soon. ago. A vouuger son, Fullen, died 26th limited to June 9th., $5 25 JojJN iN C No one could go through the in infancy; V the other two sons. round trip; May 30th, to June 4th Livingston, JKy. with the honors of the. Masonic pioneer days, and the stirring James and San Francisco,4 still reand June 7th. limited to 3 days , M, K. Flow Co .pr,der,r . Cr. days otxounty .seat troubles and main and ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. are with us. The 5.25 round trip on account of l i E 1 Satisfaction I J rf Once a Fish Customer Always a Fish Customer FISH'S $l5SPEC!ALSuits Fish - WE HAVE A SPRING SUIT FOR YOU B" AROUND . BUSY CORNER Next COURT HOUSE Mt. jSgfe - - l. - e Childreai Cry C ASTO R A Children Cry CASTORIA Ballard's H ore hound Syrup fe s CHAS. DAVIS. J CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, MAY 25 th - ll-- ?, 'l St. 50 $1.50 -- Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am BUJR.iED PHIilT ; --:a u, jta L J '' -- t"A K' ia wiriTi i warn' nrmii-ti- n - "- 'rmtmmr-int- ft2totoit nrr-- n tmattntift-tfTT- i r'rr'ir rinnri."Vl-r- - f i it J"ili - WOH4DPS TRIA3LS. HOPEWELL hot-f.ash- es The burdens a woman lias to carry through life arc many but they can be lightened if she will turn to Dr. Piercs's Facntc Prescription. A soothing and strengthening nervine subduing nervou- - cxcitaoility, prostration, hysteria, nnd the many symptoms which may be caused by distressing ills peculiar ' pains or distress and for the derangeto women. For those " dragging-dow- n ments and irregularities the "Favorite Prescription " has had many thousands o testimonials from pecple living in every pert of America. Another important thing to every woman is that this medicine is made from efficient medicinal roots, without the use of alcohol, narcotics, or cny injurious aj'ents. Full list of ingrediand sworn to by Dr. R. V. Pierce who is President ents given on of the Invalids' Hotel and burgical Institute, at iSubalo, N. Y. Every woman is invited to write to this Institute and receive confidential and sound medical advice, entirely without cot Iron: one who makes the diseases of women his snccinlty. ran cheerfully recommend your remedies, especially :ill finale disorders," writes vonr' Fa'. orMi'l'xcriirion.' Mns.Jl.M..Moui:i.i.L.of IJhi'l Cifv,Tcnn.,l!oul2. "During from j:i!ns in tlio back and i yuais 1 miTi-ioovi ics. Tried manv iv:n ilii" but found only transient r h f until 1 ".as jsirsiiaded by a friend to try Dr. Pierce's Favorite After trivir.g thls remedy a fair trial. I found th.it it would dr. jii'-- t v hat it is recommended to botile-;do. I I cannot spoak too highly l In a!! -of Dr. P.ree'a i &.". for all lunalj derangements." bottle-wrapper 'I fr thoiKi-jtirfsvi'i- Piis-criptL- i':-- n-- '.a . ? Mes. Mosituix. Dr. Pierce' ., 'itzsni PcHsts regulate liver ills. The Celebrated Registered Combined Stallion M. DON.N, ble should any occur. Will make the eason of 15)13 in our care at $12 5 to insure a living colt, money due when colt is foaled, mare traded, .sold or bred to other .stock. Due care will be taken to prevent accidents, but not responsi- 3623 In offering this very high class horse for service we feel sife in slating that he is the rrcatst horse that ever with star and hind ankles white stood in this county. A co.d bl.u-imodel in form and style. Goes ail the 15 j hands high, a perlVct gaits with speed and action, and a fine breeder. See padigroe below : c ( r nioek Squirrel .r,S i f Mark Ivagle Mollie Da e 70 7 1 ( Chester Dare Dlimit Reg. No.1952 10 A I Uzzi mout Nan nie G arrett 472 I Akin 775 Nannie Win. Welch Abdullah Dam of Gill's niont. Ies&enger Ver- - o rt o o o -- Welulnnont Duni ) ( ! a Ulack Squirrel rlRetl Squirrel t :..t. ..:... j.i;iiiiiiii Kejr.N'o.51921 f Black Eagle 5S i 1 lladresS loS Mo.lie 70 f'flie Shanklin horse I 1 Jmls Nat HroWn SI L f Conover's Elastic I Hennie f Dan J I Not Traced ir0S20 Wii-ks Chief MILLER & BEAZLEY MT. VEliXOX, KA VTWHsmKr''? 4u 9BF5!Rrra5ritsSW54Md J?tLiVT ilto- W VJSxx. , vj (V wu fa?1 tS&K pwry w" icvr- it"--' P -T"" nrn v " yi t - j--- -i . .'(Iff ffl'l raffiSl-KS ? , rsfk lsTi.-Th- A Check on The iftflt.Vemon Bank You is a check on your payments. When it comes back to you it is an indisputabie receipt for your money. Payment by check is a check on spending, too. think twice before drawing a check. And the second thought often results in your not drawing it at all. Opeu an account and you'll save in spite of yourself. THE BANK OP MT. VEBNON MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, W. A. T,. 15. RICH VRDS, President, FURNISH, Cashier. UH I! UNDETAKEE Jb$9J.6 Our line o Couch .Caskets W ) is unexcelled. Coflinsfiirnished uu Hearse sent to all parts oi" m Iland-inad- e Mr. and Mrs. Edd Barnes, of.linfl tllf fafMlltw it! tnvfflltill- .mrl iffL., rf . tl Kr Vl'IVlncr tUi fT-,.t- . ' " Chestnut Ilidge, spent Sunday with '.judgment Bidders must be prt Icouirrntuliited lor the ueriecti , , ., r t. fcrai5n oftheimpu ;; this i:::: pared to complv u it 1 these terms-R,..,, U(U ie. nlace. Miss G S. GRIFFIN. Bertba Carmical has returned COMMISSION KK-SALE. Master Commissioner home after spending se eral days RockeasHi" Ciicuit Court with friends and relatives at Mt Rockcastle Circuit Couut. Vernon. There will be preaching COM M I SS10XE It S SAL K. Bank of Mt.Vj:knon. Plaintiff, atMt. Pisgah next Saturday and Cpii'iissioncr's Sue. vs Surday conducU d by Rev. (Jlouse. Rockcastle Circuit Court. George Ketuox, Hobert, the two year old son of HELEN GRifeiv, it ah Plaintiffs. Defendants Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Barnes is a Allen Kktkon. vs. Commissioner's Sale. very side child. and Pkoples Bank J Walter McPhmrson, &c, By virtge of a judgment and There was a Sund.iy bchool D fendaii Is organized at Hopewell last Sun order of sale of the Rockcastle Bv virtue of a judgment and day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cox Circuit Court, rendered at the order of sale of the Rockcastle of Burr, spent Friday rnd Satur April Term. 19KJ thereof, in the! Circuit Curt, rendered at the day with Mr. Cox's mother. above causes, as follows: Judg-- ' April Term. HUH theix-ol-, I shall Miss Mary 13arn s attended church ment in favor of The Bank ol Mt proceed to oiler for sale at $2,300 , with six per cent, front door of the Court House in at Pine Hill Saturday and Sunday The Holy Rollers had meeting interest from the 10th day ol Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County. at theit church near Hopewell January, li13, until paid: also Ky., to the highest and best Sunday. Miss in favor of the Peoples der, at public auction, on Mou-BanClara Sowdr for $224.50, with legal inter- - day. the 20th day of May, 1013. spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs Nora tiasty. Clara Carmical and est from the 5th day of March, between the hours of 9 o'cloek little horn--- , Shirley and Russel 1912. until paid, subject to a credit; a m. and '1 o'clock p.m., being spent Sunday with Mrs Jvmmie of $43 02 paid October4, i91c and regular County Court day, on a Birnes. -- Mrs. Mollie Kit by, ot the costs incident to both judg- - credit of six month?, the following this place visited relatives at meats, I s1ih!I proofed to offer for uescrihtd leal ostate located in Clh'stntit Ridge Sunday. Mis. sale at the Court llmisiu door, in ' lio.'vci.st!:- Cmini-- , . Keutuckv. on Dnllio Baine:, ol Ml. Vernon has Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest tin- waters of Creek, and returned home after spending a bidder, at public auction, on Mon- bounded as follows : week with friends and lelatives day the 26th day of May, 1913, On the wi si by the lands of B F. Livesai : on the south by tin between tho hours of 9 o'clock at this place. lands of Rert Owens and J. S Most ofthe farmers ol this a.m. and 4 o'clock p. m., being Helton : on the east by the lands-ovicinity are through planting corn. regular County Court day. upon a Beit O a ens : and on the north Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kirby credit of six months, the following by the lands of Bert Owens, spent Saturday and Sundav with described property : cont unnig forty-nin- e and one A tract of land in Rockcostle fourth acios. Mrs. Kirby's parents. Mr. and For the purchase price the purMicajah Mrs. Sowder. Mrs County on the headwaters of Roundstone Creeek and bounded chaser mu-- t execute bond "itl Maggie Perciful spent Saturday approved surety, bung mtere and Sunday with her mother, as toll nvs : On the north by the lands of day of sale until paid an Mrs. Robert Harmen. Rev. C. K. U. S. Berry and R. J. Linville : bavins the force and effect of armicai nueu nis regular a,- on t.ie east by the lands of H judgment. Bidders must be pr. poititmeut at Line Creek Saturday E. Bullen and J. C. Gumn : on and Sunday. A large crowd had the south by the lands of Sarah pared to comply with these terms. G, S. Gripkix, gathered for the purpose of deco Peters and Eliza Ambrose; ami on the west by the lauds of J. Jasier Commissioner rating the graves ot their departed W. Baker and Thos. Kid we'll Rockcastle Circuit Court friends and to have a nice time and to worship the true Go 1. when containing 175 acres, and beimr A WOMAN'S WORK the same property on which their peace and happiuess wa sometimes reduces her strength to the George and Huldah Ketron now broken by the killing of Bob depths of weakness her devotion to reside. Childress by Parks Reynolds. household cares prevents sufficient And tho following personal rest and recreation. Thousands of The good people must awaken to property : women in this condition find Scott's their dutv or law and order is One grist mill of St rail b & Finulsion exactly what they need; it gone. We hope the people will so medically Co. make, is predigested body-fooawake to their duty and elect a One shingle mill of Trevor & ' perfected that every drop yields direct returns in strengthening the organs good man for magistrate at the Co. make, healthy, f.nd tissVe? a"? !" One 35 horse power eu-i- ne South end of this county which blood. Scott s Emulsion Peerless make and all madixn- is badly needed. Vote for a man s devold ,of alcoho1 or.an' harmfuJ ery to operate same. in Walnut Grove to serve and drugs, and overcomes tiredness and Or sufficient thereof to produce nervousness in a marvelous way. protect the people. Misses Berth the sums of money so ordered to, and Hattie Carmical attended the be made. Now on the debt of the EOR THE WEAK AFD NEROUS Holy roller meeting Sunday. Peoples Bank the personal orop- Tired-ouweak, nervous men erty will be sold first and women would feel ambitious HOW'S THIS? For the purchase price the pur- energetic, full of life and always-havWe offe- - One Hundred Dollars chaser m11.1t a good appetite, ir they would execute bond, with Reward for anv case of Catarrh ippro-.-- i d do the sensible thing for health-ta- ke stnety, bearing legal in that cannot be cured by Hall's I3itters. terest fiom the day of Sale until better Electric stomaeh, Nothing Catai rh Cure for the liver or F. J.CHKNEY&CO., Toledo paid, and having the force and ef- kidneys. Thousands say they Ohio. fect of a judgment. Bidders will owe their lives to this wonderfu We, the undersigned, M rs have be prepared to comply promptly home remedy. O. Rhine-Vaulknown F. J. Chene7 for the last with these terms. of Vestal Center. N. Y , 1 5 vears, and believe says: "I regard Electric Bitter.-a-s htm perfectG. S. Griffin, ly honorable in all business transone of the greatest of gifts. I Master Commissioner actions and financially able to can never forget what it has donc-fo- r Rockcastle Circuit Court. carry out any obligations made by me.' Get a bottle yourself his firm. and see what a difference it wil' NATIONAL BANK OF COMOnlv 50c BEST MEDICINE FOR COLD make in your health. MERCE, Toledo, O. r.oo. and Recommended b When a druggist recommends a Chas. C. Davis. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the remedy for colds, throat and lur.g blood and mucous surfaces of the troubles, you can feel sure that he svstem. Testimonials sent freo. knows what he is talking about. FOUN'D, the place to buy Spectacle-- , Price 75 centi per bottle. Sold bv G. Lower, Druggist, of Marion. and Eyelasse for $1.50 and up. Gold. all druggist. Ohio, writes of Dr. King's New Silver and Aluminum Frames. Take Hall's Family Pills for Discovery: "I know Dr. King's selection in town. Kyus tested New Discovery is the best throat Free. Years, of experience constipation, and lung medicine 1 sell. It cured C. my wife of a severe bronchial cold JKWELKR AND OPTICIAN. after all other remedies failed." COX DKOS. 3TOCE It will do the same for vou if von are suffering with a cold or anv bronchial, thrort or lung cough. Keep a bottle on hand all the tine 3rL Conover for everyone in the family to use. g FIND QUICK RELIEF It if a home doctor. Price 50c A By the use of SWANSON'S and $l.oo. Guaranteed by Clias. i.'j. iVilU.l, " ri t C. Davis. IJ.ik.-r'Store & fj FroiitRoomsoer "5-DROriione &, PS" C03DIISSI0XEK S SALE. J i The Commencement exercises proved surety, bearing interes were fine and largely a tended, from day of sale rntil i aid ani :.r: WlM Si.' . I 3. ra XrH'S3 ST C ? . 1 rti si I?or Infants and Children. 'i?. 'M Always You Have Sought Bsb AT r it!TT ori r s!ititalir:5itcr::!ajB!RE'-;! : r Vs. l'ifrtl?i -- Bears the 01 I it .'?. r Froir.0''es DigKtionl-rrfd-it'-is, ! m S,J? r'ir,jst.Cc'.tci:s;:'Ir-0- , ::.:.: L...M12 ncrlrJ. yv$ Signature AW t its lW j bid-judgme- k , -- d- fix . Uuxxcrr.-r: . I forCnusiiK-- j .V th'Ci r.jstcdy r.-- 3.' , Sour Staw.clU.arrta2 Vf, r tn ;o'.v,alsions.ra:u;t . a,it! LOSS QF Slezp. r 1 TC. $ use For Over K - - N-;jr- o 1i;N1 Sibuwrcci i'jfAf77.1f. LHi 1;ie Centauu Co::PA:cr. NEW GKA. r-- izsc . r l is S C -- ; . tlT- wf, .'.!" - vim.. " .. - m$m&mm m m ?2&ti3Slmim 5ii p.oij tidtiMi'Stooau'ti Otl -- r r hirtv Years W a 1 . TT S' jsssfjmsasfsasmim (i ' 12 ,i4 fairi ki kvxi m S3 kiJZAil ' THC CCNTAUM ff!..l ir Aiawv T fj-i-- i U v- tf - . Wfnn.r w. '.53;. e Sa5 y m & ?vt 3? Ki S3UB&I m VOK 45 m WPtA COMNNY, -- NC CITT. "' ' Y? :?? '" Ax. VERNDN CASKET tfp.. VSif--sw:is??'.?a CD. I t r. R: r7 y A PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS AND FUNKRAL DIRECTORS. E KJlISAUIKKh Mt. Vernon, Ky. 3 3 m$-imm- m COUCH &3ETALIC CASKETS Ooffins and Robes. T SZ: d Licened Kmbalmer will have charge of that line of work for tin company. 3 Z Orders by wire promptly rilled. OflicG Hearse sent to all points Huilding mS It, Vernon Minun.ent:il GEORGE OWENS, Managers PHOXE 112 5f--- y, i .laaaa iilUiliiliiUiUMIlilllilliIililliiliUiliiU41liliill211illiilililU t, vtfcifc h e ;.' &Z5ZM2ZSZXt2ffi2 Mew Wi.won ami iJoxs' Saddle, rangiiir in 1 i ;ot rr .. -- jJ: L ES nrrw m irrmmi 3 I ! iM n & n $ Zt, vj jirk-- e t, nko jiad and repair saddle. WAGON BREECHING , j ' ; IT Good luiiueniadc breedhing, made from the best of Jf harness leather. Work guaranteed. Pater. t Kreat Chains, patent llame Chains, intact H most anything yon want in this line- w Old Main street back of Court house. ty I.,ar-"O- ft .0 ? pc KijDiC&su- W. T. DAVIS. - J. P MOORE RHEUMATIC - AV iic:fcc: JS,. .gs JJS I JBfctJHk SUFFERERS Meed a Tonic r"M &-Dentist -- -- vT- 1 s J9-5. gj -r. ! 11JU VUUIltJ All orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX,! Phone-94--S MT. VERNON, KY FW&U.S- -, .racoftandseven , . uu 1111: nasi siuu 01 lv. Du . J. C. MoCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER r R. in Conway, Ky., good 8 room dwelling known as the Heath property, built ou modern style finished in good style, with sum mer kitchen; good well, good barn nVbHllvWiwaB and good garden; good store ' ouse 60 x 24 ft. and other out buildings. One good 4 room cottage as good as new. well finished. About 15 young fruit trees. 1 will sell for $3250, on easy term. A splendid stand to sell goods. For further CUKE FOR STOMACH particulars address me at Conway DISORDERS Ky., or U S. Wyatt, Berea, Ky., TJisorders of the stomach may be avoided bv the use of Chamber-"lain'- s Feb. 13-- 3 mo. M. Hayes. Many verv Tablets. cure; have been effected Some. Sold by all "by these tablets Some men talk in their sleep be dealers Btanford, Ky. cause that is the only chance they get 5ndiphum5?Il0U8 Defendant .'l By virtue of a judgment and order of the RockcastletJircuit Court, rendered at the April Term, 1913 Home and oilice in the late residence thereof, 1 shall proceed to offer ir. Myers formerly occupied on JOld SWAHS0N HHEUMAT1C CORE COMPANY Its Lako Street, Chicago for sale at the front door ol the MainSt.,Mt. Vernon. Court House in Mt. Vernon, RockCUfAfcilA&ir castle County, Ky,, to the highest - - ".. vuiiauuauun, SICK and best bidder at public auction, woacno, aour axomacn, Uverr'oubl' 25c P.r BoxDeichlnr and on Monday, the 20th day of Mav, at Druggists "tf,jg-r 1913, between the hours of 9 o'clock a.m aud 4 o'clock p.m., Easily and Quickly Healed being regular County Court day, Those who HVas. ircm lzoma,suffer- on a credit, of six months," the folj.!mOver U. G. Baker's Ptore. piua ur oiner sun lowing described real estate located eruptions know-ItCrown and Bridge WorVasj.ec miseries. in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, 1 hoio Is no need All work guaranteed. otsufforlnir.'vrou on Scaffold Cane Branch, and can easily cvt rid of Jt by a bounded as folllows : Blmplojfnnd prepOn the north by the lands ot aration known asthcFlTe-DroATTORNEY-AT-LAThos. Bullen; on the east by the Salve. It Is a carclullr com- lands of Chalt Bullen ; on the , ponnded ointMT. VERNON. KY. ment that for fifsouth by the lauds of teen years has On 2nd. floor o proTen Its valneaa Co ; and on the tag remedy for eczema, pimples, running sores, The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Churc east by the lands of Thos. Bulwounds, burns, salt rheum, rlitff.worra, piles and acne. A single application will usually Rlvo len and the Lewis-WilsoHicks street. Special attention given immediate relief. Tho burning. Irritating inflam. Co , and known as the Eli Cof- to collections.! quickly euUldcs and tho sores dry and nation disappear. 4 fey houie.place, and containing Phone No. 80. p .The Salve Is now put up In 23 and 50 cent packages and sold by, nearly ail about 100 acres. druggists. I: it la not obtainable lu ypur locality you ran order direct from SwansoaiB, 0. Co. For the purchase price the nur- 1G8 Lako SL. Chleajro. 111., and It will twnontnnaf. FOR FLETCHER'S paid upon receipt of price. It is an excellent kjhaser must execute bond with ap- o5ecUon8' crackea . . t?.-.-. It Is a preparation for both Internal and externa! uso that Bives quick relief to the sufferer. Applied externally, it steps all ache and paint. Taken internally. It dissolves tho poisonous eubstanco and assists nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Sold by Druggists. One Dollar Per bottle, or P.ent nronnfrl nrwm , ceiptof price if. not obtainable In your locality. Tho Great Remedy for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Gout, Neuralgia, la Grippe, XidneyTrouble ,v, Rockcastle Circuit Court. R. H. Lewis, vs. . . p?2 . Plaintiff Commissioner's Sale. Isaac Coffey, S"?",li ... T. FRANCIS, Dentist , '! J WW?sW Mt Vernon, K . ilrv -- When that time comes to vou. vou know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helos build them back to strenjrth and hpnlth It lias benefited thousands and thousands of weak. tiuiu wuinen m us past nair century oi wonaenui success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking neeas a tonic to help her over the hard places. There are times in every woman's life when she The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. J. P. tt Dentist mm &Ei2ft SKIN SORES s tefun Has Helped Thousands. n,C. Williams, E.- p HHI f2e 1. sf V 1 161 LOUKJIUSI best lubrication without carbon HHHHIIIII z&HM Five-Dro- Lewis-Wilson-Hic- ks IS-OFFIC- n AperfectoilforcitherairwnnWlA.. Children Cry J CASTORIA cooled automobiles. Maikifmm fir, !.... 1 vnnia Crude. A nal thin hirh fn - -- :i ...1..-- C T)aa!... ..!.. fCWNI. f.M1.. j. ... j. uaiu.tTir i .. u t mm .....u... .. first DUrchaRA of nnp 7iW rtiv. raK A M r: ?i iur-nlsh !T.EEone5araL steel barrsl ith " nuiu VII will use by you for permanen t storage. Pri ce of oi Infancet. fine topr aUaa. irom VOL, 45e t nao. 1. atULL U1L LU. "EngUine". powtrfd urdcr iroa m roar ruolme, cup gVca. bard oil. truumuuoa oO. LEXINGTON. 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