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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE. COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 30. 1913 Woodford county, bul of every county iu this judicial district to LookatTHESE!, SS 1!11DDIIEA. Mis Walter MUlcr and children are up troni Lebanon Junction this week -- Miss Elizabeth Storm is at home lrom Dunedin. Fia , where she has been teaching school for the past nine months. Mrs. Eugene Proctor is very siek Miss Carrie Boyd of the Hiatt section is with her brother at Corbin this week Mr. and Mrs. E.li. Gentry were the guests of Mr. and A. M. Hiatt Saturday and Sunday, they were accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Hiatt Sunday. Mis. Maurice Proctor spent a few days with her aunt, Mrs ,J. h. Vvallln, at Jet. City last week- .- Mr. Marshall Smith wa? in Mt. Vernon between trains Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs Ollie Potts of Louisville, were with her parents hero l:ist week.--M- r. and Mrs Rous Williuntt spent the day Sunday in Maretshurg, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCall. Mrs. Mary Skirvin and a M rs. Gardener of Dry Ridge Ky., were with relatives here this week Mrs. J. W. Tate was in Mt. Vernon between trains Sun day. W A. Tjrae is lice from liiriimiguau, Ala. Mic. Maude WITHERS The farmers are somewhat de- this matter. "There are two classes of men who commit this crime in elections. One ;lass is the buyers and the other the sellers. Of the two classes I have infintely more sympathy with the latter class. Lots of times some poor fellow is unable to resist the temptation to to sell his vote, and he is to be pitied. The man who bU3Ts votes is absolutely witbout excuse. The man who secures an office by the buying of votes is not the choice of the people, and is not tit to servf them. He is a receiver of stolen property and a thief. Such a man is not tit to hold an office." Judge Stout said everv man under suspicion of being guiltvof buyingvotes in the coming primary Scott, Frankin either lin or Bourbon, would be Wo-dfor- d, layed with their work, on account of the rain. Misses Dovie and Thelma Mullins, ot Burr, visited their aunt, Mrs. Edd Owens from Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ballard will leave They Have Agreed To Marry Soon S5 They will look JUST this way on YOUR feet. and remember, they insure KS real foot comfort as well as :s fashionable appearance, durability and economy. '.(, JVi v.'CX 'vVa SNS BMCON SHOES L. VJDin a step zfpZrK advance xf Louisville, Ky. May, 2o, '13 That's why you will be fair to your feet when you buy Beacons. They are made with scientific care on lasts S3 duplicate that " known foot. every & ssi K3 SSi '- F.M.HoytShoeCo. Makers Mancheiter, New Hampshire iKiie.nEMMci iJi WALK-OVE- R v SHOES 0 $4, $4-5- and $5.00 gvr VJ $5 flPliar $ Mr. Jas, Maret. Mt. Vernon, Ky, Dear Sir: I am just in receipt of the Mt. Vernon Sigi.pl of May 15th and waut to thank you for it, especially Sprowle was in Marelburg bebecause ot an article written by tween trains Sunday. Mr. and Z. Morrow to your Mr, Mrs. F L. Durham were down Mf. Tbos. Albright. This aiticle reminds from Mt Vernon, Saturday and me of th.e fact tijat my two boys, Sunday. P. A. Shelton was afc one five .sears and otfter three home from Tenn.. Sunday. Mrs. years old, (if I am not mistaken.) W. M. Potts has returned home are decendants of the Hon. Bon s after spending a week with Mrs. Clark was a at Livingston and Withers Hardin. daughter of Jas. P. Helm, who Mrs. J. T. Lawrence spent a formerly lived in Elizabethtown few days with relatives at Crab Mr. Eelm's in he old home. Orchard the first of the week. Henry Brooks and Chas. Soard father was Mj Ben Hardin Helm, were here first of the week from which of course nu4e tb,e nftme, Booker. Miss Carrie Frith was Ben Hardin, sound very familiar up from Gum Sulphur Sunday to me. I have great respect for and Monday. Mrs. Susie T?arp this whole line of ancestors for my has returned home from Defiance, two children, aud am yery glad, read the articles to Ohio, where she has been visiting indfled, for the past three months.' She published in your paper. In regard to the Booster Trip tq was accompanied home by her Eastern Kentucky. expect to be sister, Mrs. Henry Shubert. on this trip, and was on the one Aunt Judith Ohesnut has Iwen very sick, but is some better at your paper speaks, of a little over this time Dr. W. B. O'Banon, of two years ago, and cannqt see of Stanford, was here Saturday why the people here in Louisville should not have at least acand Suuday to see Mrs. 0. in consultation with Dr, W. knowledged receipt of youi: rf' F. Carter. Mrs. A. Pennington, quest to help you In a particular As yonv paper MrsBettie Pike, and S. E. and undertaking, T. J. Pennington, of Livingston, States they promised to do what Mrs. Neal Parrott and Mr, and they could tor anything your corn Mrs. Will Brown, of Mt. Vernon, munlty might want, jt dpes seem, were with Mrs. O. A. Frith Satur to me that they ought qot Jet any day and Sundav durinf? hors(reasonable requests, go praptiqallv rela-tiueA-Frith the 27th. for Covington, Ky., where thev will make their future home. We deeply deplore their leaving. Fred E. Mullins is planning to go to Barboursville the 29 to the graduation of his best girl. Mr. Will Ballard was here Sunday. Mrs. between trains Lou Maguire is here from Louis ville for a few weeks. Miss Dora Edna Mullins spent last week wub relatives in Mt. Vernon. Mrs. W. M. Mullins has been very sick but is rapidly improving. Miss Nettie Mullins is with her aunt, Mrs. Eramit Quinn at Livingston. Mr. John Griffin is some better at this writing. Mrs. Effie Ballard was here Sunday enroute to Mt. Vernon. Miss Nancy Barnett spent Sunday with homefolks. Mr. Pan Mullins is home with a broken arm, it slowly improves. Mr. Ernest Cummins was at Cove Sunday. Some attraction we suppose. Wedding bells are ringing some more guess. Mr. Henry Baker has gone to Lebanon Junction to work. Mrs. John Scott is visiting her brother Mr. Dee Cummins for a few days. Just As the Sun Sets Behind the Western Hills " Kate, my sweetheart, KateT I must have the answer " " Yes - - or - - no ? " " Sam, I love you, but I must know some- thing of your plans for the future. I know you have a nice house and farm, but to make a woman happy she must have something to go in that RESOLUTIONS Hall of Ashland LopqE No. 00 F &A. great Creator of the. universe to pall Qrothpr George Baker from labor on earth to rest and immortality in the Gi'and Lodge aboye, where the Supreme Grand Master himself presides: therefore Resolved, That we acknowledge wisdom, and goodness of our Supreme Grad Master, and bow m humble siibtmssiQn fa the inevitable edict from the Supreme Grand fiastj ypt we mourn the death of oqr byqth.er a. cme- of Whom W0 sh.ail never- more meet at the altar- Qf Ma.sqnry until we gam admission, into the Cejestia.1 kodge on high, Where he has preceded us-- , ard w$ deplore his lpss to the fraternity, to hfe family and friends, a.nd tq the com.mun.ity in which he lived. Resolved. Tna,t Jn tflken Qf our sincere friendship and sympathy in the dark hour of this great affliction, and as a pledge of our fidelity to the memory of our deceased hrotner, we extend to the bereaved daughters the fraternal right hand ot Free and Ac cepted Masonry; and with it the assurance that the Great Light, given ot God to man, will uide them and us safety to. that spiritual buying, eternal in the hegvens, where thuir laved ones now dwell, where the broken circle snap do reunueu never again to be parted, and where they shall dwell together in peaceful happiness forever aud ever. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the recordi of the lodge, a copy sent to the two daughters of he. deceased ven H: Yernon Sig. and) a copv naj and ??offie Jourufd for publi It Jias pleased the te - - - VV e sell the Uothcralt Blue Serge Special makes men and young wen sit up ami take notice. It's guarand to anteed to bo i. .give satisfactory wear and The same guarantee covers .the whole Clotheraft line $10 to $25. all-woo- l, No. 5I30; $15; that serv-U-.f- Fine HATS A nice Reduction at Great the best shapes big variety in Panamas and Straws $5 & $6 Panamas $3.98 $2 and $3 Straw $1-48 Big lot of other Hats to go at big reduction Sutton MKflXiHS&x & McBee THE I' CLOTHCDAFT STORE mmuz& rFtfttar wjfOpH sPEa , JKarca AMS&A F. F. Robin sold Kidwell Bros., of Crab Orchard, 7 2oo lbs 8 months old hogs at 7 cts; to G. W. Shelton a milch cow $45; WONDERFUL, SKN SALVE to Jack Edwards 5 vearlings at 63 Bucklen's Arnica gajve is. pts. My.. Robins, jias. he BirJV known everywhere qq hn best shjrp aw Poland (Jhing, stopjf, of cation. remedy made for all diseases of the bogs and P the Jpftt sj years, h,p 0. C Williams) skin, and also for burns, bruises says that he ha gold the inL. W. Bkthurum s Com. and boiis. Reduces inflammation crease iroui two sowh for a little D. C. PoYNTER ) and is soothing and healing. J. T. Sossaman. publisher of News, over oue thousand dollars, This MOST PROMPT AND EFFECT-UAof Cornelious, N. C, writes that is the diffeieuce iu ha iug good CURE 'FOx BAD COLDS one box helped his serious skin stock and trying to make money When you have a bad cold you ailment afterot her remedies lailed. oft" of old a lot of old long nosed want a remedy that will not only Ouly 20c. Rocommended b sand splitters. give relief, but effect a prompt qn Chas. C Davs. permanent a reip.edy EQR THE WEAK AFD NERO)S pleasant tq cu.ret a imedythat is JudgO Robert I,. afce, that toufc, in ft Tjred-ouweak, nervous rngfi contains nothing charge to the gand jnpy at the 3pd women wpuld feej ainbitjious Cough Remedy opening term of the Woodford Cir- energetic, full of life and always Chamberlain's meets all these requirements. It cuit Court here, handled the enmo have a good appetit jr they would acts on nature's plan, relieves the of vote buying "without gloves," do the sensible thing:' for haltb lungs, aids expectcration, opens Nothing the secretions and restores the and served notice through the take Electric Bitters. grand jurors to the citizens and better tor the stomach,, liver or svstem to a healthy condition. kidneys. Thousands say they This remedy has world wide sale candidates for office in this ju- owe their lives to this wonderful and use, and can always be dedicial district that all cases of buy- home remedy. Mrs. O. Rhine pended upon. Sold by all.dealers. ing votes iu the forthcoming State vault, of Vestal Center, N. Y., says: "I regard Electric Bitters , primary election will be thorough CONSTIPATION CURED investigated and vigorously as one of the greatest of gifts. I ly Dr. King's New Life Pills will can never forget what it has done prosecuted. for mo.:' Get "a bottle yourself icitcyp wuuniipaiiuu promptly uuu "I am going to use you as the and see what U difference it will get your bowels In healthy con John Supsic. of means of spreading this notice," make in your health. Onlv 50c dition again. Sanbury, Pa., says: "They are Recommended by said Judge Scott in addressing the aud $r.oo. the best pills I' ever used, and jury. "Manifestly you have noth- Chas. C. Davis. everyone to use them for ing to do with it. but I think it constipation, indigestion and liver right and proper to call the nt n- complaint." Will help you. FOR FLETCHER'S Price 25c. Recommended by through you, not only ot tioni L serious illness Mr. and Mrs. W. P Rigsby, Mr. and Mrs. Wulter Robins and Miss Clyde Watson were in the Negro-Cree- k section Sunday afternoon. An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Frith was burned at the Frith burning ground Monday afternoon. The Rev. R B. Baker filled his regular appointment at the Christian church Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H Hntpheson, of MiddleSbouo, were with Df. and Mrs. W. E. GraveJey during the week. Wo understand that Henry Anderson who underwent an operation recently is rapidly improving. J. W. Tate was in Louisville and Indianapolis during the week - w n apparently is nnotiGed' case, from what vqu say. The the stand you are takfng in this matter may result in some good all around. It may make the people here in Louisville realize that those out in the Stato want to be friendly to the city, but it only just aud right thai the city should meet you half way on any proposition that might arise. WjtJ) kjndes.t regards, arjd best Wishes, I am, Vours very tridy, is JAH and shall do everything to make you happy and contented You must have the sweetest little home in Rockcastle county' " I am just back from Mount Vernon ; went to see Mr, IL G. Baker, told him my troubles and he said, " My boy, you are to be congratulated you are certainly making a success." " I hear you are thinking of getting married' "That's the right step, my sonr " Now, make Miss Katie happy by coming to my store and selecting some nice furniture and Qarpets for the house (and don't forget to get her a kitchen cabinet)" " Sam, did Mr. Baker say whether he had any nice Range Stoves or not ? " " 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 dollat per week till it was paid for' '"Why, Sam! wasn't that nice of Mr. Baker ? " " Yes, indeed, our folks have always traded with Mr. Baker. Father bought knee pants for me from Mr Baker twenty-fiv- e years ago' " Mr, Baker always treats you nice, his clerks are taught to treat you nice, and everyone is made to feel at home in his store" t " Now, my dear, I have attended to all that house' Ulark, Jr. & CROP. UNDJ3T0CK u Yes, Sam, I hfive often heard father say that Mr-had made his success by treating the people nice and Bato giving everyone a square deal." That's true. Kate." Mr, Baker any pretty dishes to go in the cup "Has board and on that table lie is going to sell you ? " "Sure thing, Katie, he can iurnisli everything needed for the kitchen. Why, he even buys churns by the car load." 4t Dearie, w will go to Mr. Baker's and select everything we need funri ture and carpets for the house -- a beautiful Bange Stove all kiucte of nice dishes sifters, strainers, wash basins, water pails and every thing." . "Well get our Dry Goods-Clothing-Groceries provisions there too, won't we, Sam I " and! t, injurious. to brighten up the house with. You know a, house ataid look pretty on the outside as well as inside. " I know that, Kate, andl shall buy some floor paui. and paint the kitchen floor and the porches. I shall geti hard oil and varnish and fix up the stair wav.'too." "0, Sam. you are the best man ir the world. I know.'-"Noget some of that good Roofing that Mr. Baker sells and now you stop: Sam." 'Nui sed, we're off " pajfcrt w "Sure thing, Katie, dear." "Now, Sam, don'tfthk 1 am too exacting, but promise me that you will go. to Mr. Baker's and buy enough of thai Victor ' U.G.BAKER THE MT. YERNON RETAILER OF Children Cry The Right Kind of Goods AT The Right Kind of Prices WcVc not fooling around.. CASTORIA Chas. C. Davis. Y$z qs fcu$y a$ t State sending MT. VERNON SIGNAL ern portion of the State fair with a special train to 1 A. hXA WON DttR. Representatives of a large Ohio '"Not gold, but only men can make Hie Texas wonder cures kidney A city g.eat jtid strong glass factory recently visaed a delegation of 5oo back scratcheis several cities seeking a new location Men. who for truth and honor's and bladder trouble,, removing Friday, May 30, 19 13 gravel., c. res diabetes, weak and This recalls the fact that thru for their plant. Among thep aces sake lame backs, rheumatism and all the arbitrariness and bullheadiness inspected were Ashland, Ky., and Stand fast and suffer long irregularities of the kidneys and Published every Friday by of the Fair's Secretary last year Huntington. W. Va. d Brave men who work while others The Regn in both men and women. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. our corn club's boy representative city finally was chosen. sleep bladder troubles in children. lates was deprived of making the trip Who dare while others fly In giving his reasons the other your druggist, will $I.OO to fair while those from everyone day ONE YEAR UBSCRIPTION for preferring Huntington They build a citv's pillars deep If not sold by on receipt of 5.1 be sent by mail 11S counties were as a of the other And lift them to the sky. :c ........ location the maniger of the n i.i.t . ., r v. n Blank deeds and mortgages for uiiea.ua,, uu...c Ro:k glass iaciory said the booster spirit known on accorded that privilege. Advertising rates made uuu aciuuui luua iu treatment, castle has never received any which prevailed in the West sale at this office. Send for application perlect a cure. satisfactory explanation of thfc Virginia City had much from this and other states. to do Dr. E. W. Had. 2y26 Olive street unjust action yet Louisville still with the company's decision. '! MEMBER OF I St. I.ouis Mo., Sold bj druggist. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION asks and expects our patronage. never saw so many boosters in For Infants and Children. Last but not least instead of lend one city in my life," he is quoted SvH? ?v The Kind You Have Always Bought ing its assistance toward getting as saying. The statement moves a highway put through the the Ashland Iudepsndent to de Bears the FOR FLETCHER'S Signature of mountains the city newspapers plore the lack of I the booster opposed the movement and was spirit in Ashland: discouraged by its business and "We have nil tVif nnMlral fn. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY'S TRIP TO eem iu ciHties and more proiessionai men wuo ANNOUNCEMENTS. thoge en than tuink it was no anair ot tneirs joyed by our neighboring cities. and if the mountaineers wanted But we are too slow in June DEMOCRATIC TICKET. telling the a highway ''let them dig it". To world about it. We to Announce "We Are Authorized seem to think W. A. TODD PERSONALLY CONDUCTED BY HOME PEOPLE Jailer of Rockcastle subject to a man up a tree it looks like the that because we know what u As a candidate for Democratic party. Aueust prithe action or the members of the 25o,ooo population have the other fellow ought to Level Green. Ky. mary. 1913. Postottlce: The hotel and Cave has been reserved for this Excursion, and about 24(J,g93 of them are afflicted faei Uhimselr. But SHERIFF the stranter by special arrangement no other party will be booked for this date. We Are Authorized to Announoe . with itching backs and expects who . here D. M. CRESS, JR. only for a short time is . All boys or girls under 10 j'ears of age in care of parents or As a candidate for Slieriirof Rockcastle subject to to use us as cannm ,fu0W people mountain the action ot the Democratic party, Autrust Prias Chaperones will be mary. 1913. "scratching posts. ,as w(J We are Authorized to announce u .g lhorefore impcm. BEPKES ENTATIVE will soon be!aut that we all join the Booster A resolution We Are Authorized to Announce NAT B. SEWKLL in Congress providing C,ub and booSt wheneer the from the70th Asa candidate for Representative the Counties ol introduced Two big days sight seeing from start to finish. District, composed ol Legislative opportunity presents itself, and Laurel and Rockcastle, subject to the Democratic for the formation of a Roads Com- August 2. 1913. Primary. The party wili leave Mt. Vernon, 8:53 a. m.. June J6 going on mittee of twenty one members. tl,eu use considerable energy in regular morning train from all stations. TU'lvKT. KEPrBMCAX If all The big cities and those interested cretltilS an opportunity. COUNTY ATTORNEY. m this spirit it - ioin Properly in river and public building ap"We Are Authorized to Announce E BOARD ROUND TRIP R. R. PAKE HOTEL E. B. THOMPSON propriations are dead against it would not ne long until strangers a a a A.nitirf.tA ffw nntmtv Attornev of RockcasUe party. Auu- subject to the Hrt.onoUne Republican Meals or Lodging. From all stations. nev'er saw so many iJUt Victory in rules committee W0Uld say ust Primary. 1013 tf .K GENTRY one city m ray life." Adults 7)0c $4.35 Adults is a step in advance for rural con-- rosters in Aa a candidate for County Attorney ot Rockcastle The booster spirit is not as Children subject to the action of the Republican party. Au- gressmen, and to their constituents1 $2.20 Children 25c gust Primary, 1913. in agricultural states like Ken- - 'strong as it should be in some SHERIFF. of our Kentucky cities. It is a "We Are Authorized to Announce tucky it means much Limit on tickets 10 days. CAM MOT.I.INS A strong minority in Congress valuable asset to any community, Asa candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle subject tothe action of thelRepumican paity August PriOne route iir the Cave $2.00 or' two routes for $3.00 mary. 1913. which has been steadily growing, No town can make much progress ' We Are Authorized to Announce - o,.i ,nntiuon AonA- - without it. for "unless the home Boys-o- r Girls under 1G years passed free in the Cave. II rijiiii in T. S.BRANHAMON subject adA8a candidate for sheriff of RockcastleAugust t jng a share of Government internal PeoP,e ta,k UP the town's the action of the Republican party, Tbis trip has been approved by all County officials, as well as mary. 1913. Tt vantages strangers are not likely fnr marie. onnmnrintinnc Wc Are Authorized to Announce the Superintendents of City and County Schools, which makes it an wants a division of public improve-- ' to be impressed. If the man who FRANK BAKER As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to meut funds. The ciaim ot this is looking for a new hom or for opportune time to see the Cave now. the action of the Republican party. AuKUSt Pnmary.913. Write or phone Is. & N. Agent for particulars. minority, of which several Ken- - an industrial location finds in any We Are Authorized to Announce mmmmmmmmmmmwmmi HARRY JONES tuckv Representatives are leaders iven locality that boosters and to As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subjectPriis that too much already has been croakers are about equally divided j the action oi the Repdulican party, August mary. 1913. given for the impioveraent of he Wl11 Pass on most probably, to We Are Authorized to Announce r JAMES 'WINSTE AD construction ot "UU'UI:1 yat- - wuc mwe & kfMx subject to rivers ana cne Jailer or As a candidate for Republican RockcastleAusust PriLR party. the action or the public buildings and that the time! a smaller dement of pessimism Nfttf, . Xd u V M mary. 1913. K We Arc Authorized to Announce has come to promote intercourse and greater degree of confidence. J. C. MIZE Boosting does not necessarily town by the As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to between farm and the action ot the Republican party, August Primary. 1913. mean or extravabuilding of roads throughout the Here are several reasons why I trade We Are Authorized to Announce gant asbertions. Boosting should M. C. SOWDER nation. to Asacandidato"lorJaller ot Rockcastle subjectPriC. C Davis' Store: The good roads advocates have shuare with tacts, else it may, the action of the Republican party, August mary. 1913. figured that hundreds of millions like vaulting ambition, overleap We Are Authorized to Announce W. M. BAKER subject to of dollars have been applied by itself, but the cheerful and hopeBECAUSE Quality co 11s i do reel, his price can't Ab a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle the action of tho Republican party, August view should be in evidence. lie beaten. Primary. 1013. the Government. r to facilitate ful COUNTY COURT CLERK navigation. The rivers and Where there is a marked preBECAUSE There are no (lelas ; customers We are authorized to announce harbors of the country have been ponderance of boosting sentiment S. F. BOWMAN receive prompt attention. to ffA?tSS.Km- - uuiuuivtoye?iSSi deepened, channels .have been it augurs i well for general . . a. oTine KenuDiican cany, aukum LUCAUSE-Thiu- irs we get at Clms. C. Davis' widened, canals have been built, progress, ana it impresses ttie OF SCHOOLS. SUPERINTENDENT Store are all right. , stranger favorably Not much locks and dams have been con-'We Are Authorized to Announce MIS3 TEMPEST WARD 15 ECA USE shoals have been can be accomplished in any and Things that go wrong bought at Schools of structed A3 a candidate for Superintendent ofRepublican Rockcastle subject to the action of the " Chink's" place will be made right. raunity where one body ot citizens party. August Primary. 1913. We Are Authorized to Announce To do all this the Treasury ' is tiyhi to build up and another BECAUSE The poor man's dollar is worth just J. W. KINCER Schools of As a candidate for Superintendent ofRepublican has been depleted year by year. body is decrying the efforts that as much at Charley's place as the rich man's. .Rockcastle subject to the action of the party, August primary. 1913. as they are being made. In many small The "highwaymen' ASSESSOR BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store ; find another towns there is much factional call themselves, We Are Authorized to Announce every deal is strictly confidential. HARRISON BURDETT parallel in the matter of public feeling and petty jealousy. subject As a candidate for Assessor of Rockcast le August party, to the action f the Republican and concert of buildings Fifty years ago not a BECAUSE Chas. C. Davis is never grouchy it' Primary. 1913. city' under. 25,000 inhabitants, j action are the greatest of all you don't buy. ' . 'MAGISTRATE. "We Are Authorized to Announce a Federal appropria f.ctors for community advance dreamed of W. M. SOWDER Try Him. Phone S9. but now ment, and these are pcssible only tion for a As a candidate for Magistrate First Magisterial and Walnut District, composed of E. Mt Vernon action or the Drove voting precincts, subject to the more where the booster spirit is well 1,000 or Republican party eeneral piimary election. Aug- every town of ust 2. 1913. people looks to its Congressman developed, REPRESENTATIVE. for a public building and many We Are Authorized to Announce P. THOMPSON I have been secured for towns of As a candidate for Representative from the 70th Counties of legislative District, composed of the Republican less than 1,000. All these public ' Laurel and Rockcastle, subject to the Primary. August 2, 1913. works have been generously ap "We Are Authorized to Annoucne W. J. HOWARD propriated for until the aggregate lrom theTOth As a candidate for Representative the Counties of District, composed or Leelslattve RockcasU.j. subject to the Republican for the past half centuiy reaches Laurel and Primary. August 2, 1913. fost office. McWhor-te- beyond the bihion-dolla- r mark. Ky. Only roads have languished at We Are A thorlzed to Announce O. R. LUKER Only the As a candidate to Representative from the 70th the hands of Congress. Counties ot Legislative Distrctcom posed of the Republican rural population has been left out and Rockcasrle. subject to the Laurel Primary. August 2. 1913. of the appropriation deal. This Louisville has pulled off her is the argueuient of the "highthreatened stunt in the way ot waymen." And these estimates, they say a booster excursion into the IS THE mountains of Eastern Kentucky. do not include the millions that South Eastern Kentucky was have been paid to the railroads in luckily not included in its itinery the form of public land donations "Made-to-We- ar we therefore escaped the infliction to shipping companios as a subsidy of a visit of the wind jamming to the merchant marine: nor the for reclamation and representatives of an arrogant, millions FOR SALE BY ' grasping, penurious, hog- irrigation projects; and for river selfish, gish, aggregation of humanity levees and bank revetements. These are some of the fiscal called a city composed principally of "back itchers" .that expects the facts which the good roads advofountains to continue the scratch- cates in Congress will use in their ! They will ing, in fact to increase the number fight for recognition. in the. scratching squad forces, of course, urge iu addition to this all without cost or any expected the right of the farmers to some All for the of the lai gesse of the Government .benefits ip return. itchers nothing for the scratch ers. and will remind Congress that, the' rural free delivery is the only Gives You a GREAT BIG BOOST It is unneccessary to state that enactment in years designed toward BIGGER FARM PROFITS these excursionists 'received good wholly for rural benefit. other process. That's what you are after, anyway. treatment in their trip last' week It's up to us to make the most serviceYou don't care much how we make our mountains, thatl Lexington, which is now being frirnnah the able fence for YOU and we are doing it. fence,so long as it gives you best and longportion which, as yet, has not seen under a commission form of est service for the least cost, and actually If you ever come to Pittsburgh, we'll learned Louisvilles true "inward- government iustead of the old helps you to make more money. gladly show you through our plant the system, issuesambntb-l- y The only reason we've tried to tell you largest independent one in the world ness ' from its newspapers to its aldermanic magazine in which appears how we make our fence, is to show why and then you'll know. professional men business and complete reports of the proceedGet' a new Catalogue, anyway. fence couldn't be made as well by any with notable exceptions. That ings of its various departments as city will no doubt, for a time, well as outliving the system of Made in Dirfer.nl Style, for FIELD.TARM. RANCH. LAWN. Every Rod Guaranteed CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN Much over commission government. "draw the sheeps covering persuade matter is AsIc your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to the peepers" of the Eastern valuable and interesting the in each issue of other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. you that some Kentucky ' Mountaineers until, given "PUUliursh Perfect" Brand of Barbed Wires If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write like our South Eastern brethren Briebt, Annealed & Gahranixed Wire; TyrUted for FREE copy olour ALMANAC 1913 Wire; Hard Spring Goil Wire: Fence Cable Traveling northeastward a discover that all is not ''refined Staples; Poultry Netting Staple; Regular Wire Nail; Galranized Wire Nail: Large Head grasshoppers five miles Pittsburgh Steel Co. that throws off scintillations'' column ot metal Roofing Nail; Single Loop Bale Tiee; Fencing. AH made of Open lnng was Perfect" Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania " when the'gateway to the South' ' wide and eighteen miles THearth material. (in small letters) is in question. seen last monday passing o.er BJBeaaBeaeBBnafjBBejafHaaajaaaaBJ Lrouisvtlle is figuring on East- - Northeastern New Mexico.. " I ! last-nameI testi-imonials D ON'T BE GROCHY. ! 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. CASTOR A Don't we know you don't mean it. Come in and smile. Z&& Children Cry C AST O R A 23 We're worthy of it. And the clothes are, too. SPECIALS IN $15.00 SUITS MAMMOTH CAVE, $15.00 Suits that lau.h right out for happiness. $15. OU Suits that echo Springtime from every seam and button. $15.00 Suits well, what's the good of telling you all about them here in the newspaper when we're SURE PASSED THROUGH'THE CAVE FREE you will come in and look them over try one on, maybe and let your wife see how well 3'ou and llie clothes become one another. Got a wife AT-CAV- 1 1 It's a happy world, this full of j I . j i.. f- i I grand things, if you will only smile back. And the $15.00 Suits are great helps to happiness. HH ' i. L. Cockrell Livingston, Ky. " mB -- s S'ian & Drug 2&X&X$ I X$33J63cc9&ia tea GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER over-enthusias- at Brodhead Ky 1 . . ... ' COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Mail, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled. corn-remove- d. I I 3::oc :bDc$3 Errrergency Bank account tides vou throutrh sickness, loss of employment, ha ril times, accidents and bad. . post-offic- e, ' r. The True Value of a Paint is in its Durability crops . INSURES you against bankruptc' after floods, lightning, tornadoes, and cyclones. Will get you out of any trouble and keep you out. BANK WITH US Hanna's Green Seal Paint Kind" PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. jjjg aAiill For Sale by J. B; NOE, Mt.Vernon, Ky. JONAS McKENZIE Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence $!&$ SELZ SHOES THE "ROYAL BLUE" is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy IF you need a good pair of shoes it ' Pitto-bura- h - pjnf1HBJUu h JONAS McKENZIE MT. .VERNON, KY, V ( u-- " -,- . " is for you Straw MT. VERNON SIGNAL1,., Therestyle ayou likeHat Fihh's. the at Read Dr. Lovells splendid address are some who might have a little !Our Natural .Resources, in this 70" "7p,Call up "No.Com when-to muni issue. different opinion of themselves. 1 Myouwan cate with SIGNAL New Shirts, New Collars and A small child of Prank Farmer died Sunday. Its mother, who,n 'act everything new for men was a daughter of Dick Sowder, and young men to wear can be died when the baby was only a had at Fish's. and few days old. Notice: All parties holding Louisvillc & Nashville R R.Co. Regular services at the Baptist claims against the estate of Mrs. church Sunday June 1st. Sunday Morgaret Griffin deceased will TIME TABLE. School at 10 a. m. Preaching at present same to me at once 4.59 p m 11 22 ncrtn Any one inare designed for a. m. again at 7:80 p. m. public properly proven. a m cordially 24 nortn debted to the estate will please 3:53 invited to attend each men who have their eyes on better things, men 23 south 11:38 am service. arrange settlement of same at 21 South once. 12:19 am F. L. Thompson, Sr, who are trying to succeed REALJames Winsiead came into town Administrator Jas. Landrum, Agent. Tuesday morning on his return Phone No. 8. The Bockchiton News of Bock-chito- n from a fourteen days trip over Oklahoma publishes the have something more Jim says that he Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice the county. following local concerning Mr. F. second-clas- s mail matter. as has been in every precinct and is not found in any ordinary about them has seen a majority of the Re- M. Lutes, a lorraer Rockcastle citizen, who is now citv Judge ready-to-we- ar clothes lift you up, they PERSONAL publicans of the county. and one of the prosperous and Miss Willie Frances is with her On June 10th. The Tom Thumb of set you apart, they make you look the interprising citizens of Bockchiton Mlftnt-rl- t Monticello, :;Mf& sister. Mrs. Oats, at wedding will be given in the The aiticle reads: Jack and Maurice Brown are Graded School building by fifty Never was tnere a better time visiting relatives in Monticello. or sixty of our litt'e people. Fur- for our people to set all kinds of Fellows in this see more Miss Sadie Richaids has re- ther announcements given next plants especially of sweet potato h'. V f lU.. is? This has been given in slips. Judge Lutes is one who II from Cardoine college for wt-eturned B '' vJsr j ii any other county wearing our clothes different towns all over the state the Summer. took advantage of the opportunity. and is a decided hit wherever He there is a reason. brand and you out 1600 potato plants Mr. H. C. Gentry has been presented. Monday, together with many numbered among the sick for any of those young fellows and they will tell We would suggest to our Mar- cablnge and plants. tomato several days. would like you these clothes are right. Newton and Albert Miracle o' shall that there are some hog Every housekeeper should at once the Conway section were in town pens, on our streets which need put out all the plants possible. to show you. have made attention. On the streets in a during the week. Mt. Vernon Graded School town is not the place to raise The Home of Good Clothes a lucky purchase of There will not be any preaching closed Friday May 23 the third hogs and the chance of causing the Cbrktian Church Sunday at year and from what the patrons a few hundred everyone living or located in the morning or evening. have to say, it has done a great in assorted colors, regular community of one of those filthy Prof. J. S. Irvine and Willie B. Perkins, of Stanford, hogs pens, is too great for it to be work. 25-cevalues and we sell able assistants, Mrs. A. B'ishback, was with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. permitted. these at Misses McFerron, Waters and McBee first of the week. Cashier and Mrs A. M. Hiatt I. 0. O. F. MEMORIAL DAY. Clark have spared neither time GENTS Tuesday June loth, will be not energy In placing Mt. Ver were here Sunday the guests of EACH ' Atty. and Mrs E. R. Gentry. observed as Memorial day by non Graded School on a higher BWorf:S LEADING off 3 for a Half Dollar. Misses Ida Mae and Elizabeth Mt. Vernon Lodge No. 319 I. O. Educational plane. unWe want tq commend tbe Look For the Sign of the Fish. Adams will teave about June loth O. F. All members are requested school board for the faithtor California to pend the Sum- to be present and brothers of tiring MExMORIAL LANGDON sister lodges are cordially invited ful service rendered, in helping 0UR NATURAL RESOURCES. mer. to steer this school to its present SCHOOL. to come and participate. Edgar Mulhns has a position An Address by Dr. A. G. L.et every one high standing. W. T. Davis, special Agent with the L. & as Lovell Secretary, lend his help that it may extend Because of the meeting of the N. and will have his headquarte rg influence as an uplift to eduits General Assembly in Atlanta the at Paris. The $ighth Grade and Grammai cation throughout the whole dormitory family has been es-- . Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Smith, (4 Grade progiams rendered by the county. May we all as patrons Before Mt. Vernon Commercial pecially favored with helpful Columbia, were with Dr. and Mrs. students .of trie graded school were of the school and cit.zens of the Club. . Dr. P. H Conover from Saturday till well ejjeewted. each ope acjujfc-tin- g town lend a more helping hand and guests.SecretaryB.of P--the Fullenon, you Llive as long as you to, Board of "Mr. President: Field Tuesday. himself or herself wjth pJbjs great jyqrk and help hold Vgte the Republican of the Southwest with headquarters The subject assigned me is one t!J the Angel Tbe exhibition of the Up thp ha?ds q tqos,e thiat are ,, P. Thompson, candidate for credit. Louis, will that sfond on the earth and on the in St. short visit. arrive Monday some I ofdelight to discuss, though the Legislature, was here Saturday year's work which was displayed doing the work, We upderstand. the Lgrd for a The Sunday my audience may think claims to the Re the last days of the closing exer the board has sequred he service presenting bis shall be no more. before he will spend in Danville. me visionary or dreamy. Indeed sea and declare cises, snowed conclusively mat of Prof. Irvine and as marty qf publicans. The Commencement Address 1 plead guilty to the charge m Mr. the school year had been one of his teachers as possible for next Dr. Z. C. Detitiffy and will be delivered by Dr. Francis the indictment. But don't forget I take this means of announcing myself as a candidate for the Simeon Sowder, of y"etumka hard work, not only with the year and we want to Bay again His subject that many ancient worthies were- Re- Irvin of Louisville Oklahoma, are with relatives in teachers but the pupils as well. that to make tbe school grow and office of jailer, af Rockcastle County, subject to the voice of the thus accused, and honored later publican voters in the primary, on the first Saturday of August, will be Happiness and Power. this county for a few weeks. Are von in arrears ior your keep on growing we must join next. The Rev. Geo Watson will deliver for their foreknowledge. That Prank MulUns was down irotn paper, i ,0 won't you please pay more heartily in the work. Let MY REPUBLICANISM the Baccalaureate Sermon, using some of these dreams foreshadowed London for a few ihour Friday it? We expeet cyery one who us, each one say at the close of I have shown my faith by my works. Born in a log cabin as his subject, The Illumined coming events as true as Joseph's it, we next year that I helped somebody to see his father, who has bgen receives the paper to py Life.-T- he Rev. Mr. Michel of of old. is evidenced by the budhave never left home. numbered among the siek tfof are nx)t giving i,t ,to' yo.u. If jt to .succeed. of Harlan, will arrive. Monday ding interest in the stone, lime, I PROMISE YOU . several days. .Judge b. J. IJethnrum, of Somis not spoftif. pairing for, tjhen stop That, when nominated and elected I shall make you a sober and afternoon to say intil Wednesday. and cement industries of our bjut plftCe pay up erset who bas been in L,Q4v')e jVIr. and Mrs. Neal Parrett were fokjng it, efficient; qfficer, I will keep our county jail clean, and in gp(od Order, H will sing at the Commence- county. iailed to Livingston, yesterday 00 befor. you quit U cosLs toncy since January iq? niqs): of Tbicb, prjsqnefs sfjll The Government's report on have hree. square ifleajs" a day snd pean beds to ment exercises Tuesday evening. nproctnfcof the serious illness of and takss of mighty bard fiine wa s,pent in a ljosptial ieep, n. 1 Mrs. Thos, P. Langdon of Balti- - the soils ot Rockcastle show it to vyoipa nqt rja. ve ypv believe fqr a. rnompnt our presMrs. Parrett's father, Mr. A. Penn- work to ge ns&spap&. where )je underwent two sijrica) ent ant past jailors ljavp n.ot doneaJl that agricultural to do, because I more is expected to arrive for the ' be a fajr average I promise aed those Wi)Q get jtfrjt pft.pgr operations, and Ayhcj is ijow reington, whose recovering is Commencement exercises. Miss countv. and need only modem beljeye f hey bavn. But one thing sure, I purpose to keep the high sbould expect to pay for jit just cuperating, is, on. tlje acjvjce qf sfandai'4 up and make you an offippp that you will not be ashamed of. Dora M Fish, Treasurer of the methods to be made a valuable Slate Manager the same as jttye metemnl whose bi physician., paving golf dajly W. J. Newson I helieye jn the Abe Lincoln type of Republicanism, the kind Woman's Board of Home Mission asset. lje Ijnks fn Cherokee Park- Gn will be a guest of the dormitory. of lUe Modern Brotherhood of goods you buy. The assertion that much of the phaf Qrant, Qarfjeld and MoKinley stood for. One fay afc week bis, two bjotheps The Commencement exercises lauds in and around Mt. Vernoa is in the city this week Ameriez Secretary J. W KJncer of the hould I bp yquv next jailer, I will sure entertain ray friends, assisting lae Local Members of Rockcastle County Pair is busy one qf whonj cqnduGts, a fern in "whether inside the jail, ov outside" with all of that good old Ken- will open up on Friday morning contains millions of tons ot cqunt; , cauie to Louis-vill- a yeruoa Lodge to increase with the closing kindergarten merchantable material may sound! tucky hospitality, for which our people are noted. getting his catalogue In readiness Rockcastle afterto oe him, and that their membership. Mr. Newson for that event which takes place Should I bo your nominee, 1 promise you now to do my full part part continueing until Tuesday, "fishy" to manv peoples neves-wh- en noon they journeyed to Cliorakee the High 3chooJ etoss will represents the work progressing. Aug. 1 3 14 and 15 this is a simple statement While Rockin keeping the good, old Republican Banner high in the air, and to judicial member of graduate. A part ot- ah of the of fact. Think of itj carbonates Miss Tempest War (Candidate castle has two fairs there is no to witness the never let her trail in the dust. Should some other good Republican operetta "Sylvia" will be given on and silicates slacked in stratified for Superintendent was .?. pjesn; reason why both of them should the family "tie off" and widely be your choice, depend on ine to help him keep the old flag sw'ng the sticks in frantic efforts thick and thin Monday, The play Alice in form ono upon the other, hunitfis? U?t frave good show rings and visitor in town Monday. Wonderland will be given on dreds of feet high, with a railWard is an attractive young lady, displays $cj above all a good at to snd tne bail aioug trom one With kindest regards and best wishes for all. g v i hole to another. It was explained appearance and Monday by the undergraduates, road at the foot, where everything AVith striking tendance, ft is. up to ho people I beg to remain, ways, highly educated; h6 to the brothers by the Judge that Ths following is (V synopsis. The may be carried by gravitation you,r friend, to btflp and make both the I? rod the 'ftfQUG he$asgetjn Rlay opens 'fth AUce returning even to the loading of the cuts.. years experience as a wg Jhad .several 'BILLYH) B.AKE;R. head and Mt Vernon fairs a sue 1 ?wfo s,ch,oph so beneficial to his heath and, atj SHtjng Aownona There is enough fire clay ancj teacher and is making a vigorous Cess. There js pfbpng 0 be ILL .,..1-- 1 ba,n.k. to, study sh,Q falls asleep. ganister here to supply p rBygCT"i yjwiww) campaign for the nomination. bujlding him up .q a)l ihe. gimi by dojng tbafc hiclj wjf fat Hejo. the fairies find her and she coke ovens, blast furnaces glas s. mlbi S4 llW'I'h Q enjqyeq' beinjure onp for fch benefit of jtbe is sung into Wonderland. factories and kindred industries X.0CAL othav. Speak a goo tyord for fore the qperatqn. fpty ws q raucji fqr the farmer brqther. ff B In this, strange laud many ex- of Kentucky and adjoining states both iBstftntjons on eery occaCommencement tostage Fokd; Prof. T. A. Man and the ft nrl result will prove jmmeflfatojy stQpped ilje gatne periences befall her, and she for a ceut?y. Enough high Shelbysville remembers1 temporanfy anfl said, a few makes both friends and enemies grade clays of different varieties Houston, of the greatest benefit to all things. among the queer animals, birds. fx support the manufactories cJf tke Boone Wav postage fund to and frogs. The March Hare Wlls any branch ot clay products ''If exercise is what vou are Friday May Both the amount of $t. Commercial Club: At Its looking for" he said, "you just 9:00 succeeding generations. Lee Proctor, a brother of Co., Kindergrrten Party Langdon Dormitory her there is no room, $? he? at a A. M. Tues4ay neeting the club carried pack your things and hike to your table set wi$ mfty jJatesj then Unless there should co& aa Assessor Jaes Proctor, aged Langaon Chapel she h hftvit Piano Recital A old home in Rockcastle county, 8:00 P. M. out its dejayed programs. to have some wine immediate disintegration of our about 24 died at his home near large and enthusiastic nunjber The farming season is in full a.n.d. told there Saturday May 31st. The civilization, these things cannott isn't any. Pine Pill Tuesday of typhoid fever were present. Various important fclast and hands are scarcer than Putchess throws her a baby to lay dormant much, longer. 2:00 P. M. His remains were laid to rest at Field Exercises subjects were discussed; among ever known qefqre in thaf sectiqn nurse and after singing it tp sleep Horace Greoly once said, "The-greatethe Cove burying ground WedSunday June $ them the question of paving Main of the State, I fchink following a she finds it only a pig. asset any country can nesday. street with vitrified brick from plow will give you mo.e and bet- Uioo A. M. In the last act Alice is called in have is strong, healthy men and! Baccalaureate Sermon Presbyterian Church Alfred'Mason at Pine Hilll-.- st 1st. street on the East to railroad ter exercise than chasing these court to testify against the Knave women; mentally ana pnysicairy Monday June 2nd. Sunday fell and injured one of his and putting on its accompanying little rubbar pellets four and five of Hearts who has stolen, tto strong; morally and spiritually 2:00-4- :80 eyes so badly that it was found improvements. The Mt. Vernon miles a day." P. M. Exhibition of School Queen's tarts. The QueeR orders, healthy." May I add ttot it necessary for the doctors to Pair received considerable atten With this out of his system the 4:3o P. M. Undergraduate Exercises Langdon Dormitory the executioner tft cttf of her head takes brain and brawn, to lanlock remove it. The patient was taken tion. 4.1 was voted 10 give some younger Bethurum started for the but Alice, is, saved, by the faiiies. our great natural store-bousfor Tuesday June 3rd. to Stanford by Dr. Chestnut where special tfsrniunis by the club one city to catch a train for home and distribution. Have we got it? Drs. Brown and Southard assisted of $35, apd evsrjr mejnber pledged looking back over his shoulders 8:00 P. M. Commencement Exercises Presbyterian, Qhureh It not, others will supplant us. RHEUMATISM QUICKLY in the operation. to continue boosting the Ije took a parting shot at the himself I may never see it, but j years; CURED For Sale: One 20 H. P.1 ' The electric light Judge oy wanting tq know When Dock Winn has sold his farm of exhibition. 'I should think you would ge "My sister's husband bad an hence the old WiIderne3S road1 about 2oo acres known as the' proposition will be brought to "the folks at home could expect boiler and engine, saw mill and you a nice runabout?'' and including Mt. Yeroon attack of rheumatinm in his arm," between place near Conway, to a some definite conclusion by next him". After reflecting for a short grist mill and shingle mill, line Hill, will nc he a Stores "I've got one. She's in this writes a well known resident of and Pine Mr. Lewis, . of Harlan county for meeting. The next regular meet- time tue Judge announced to his shaft, belting, pulleys, in fact macadamized road, hot a pavedi Newton Iowa. "I gave him a ' belonging. store seleoting a hat right now." bottle of Chamberlain's $7,000,00. This farm sold about ing was postponed from next physician and friends that he eVerr thing thereunto Liniment street throughout. $Jled wite Don't blame your be?t friend it which he pplied to his arm and on factories, fifteen years ago for $1,200,00 and Tuesday evening to June 10th. on would be leaving Louisville for Will sell or trade to stock. booses and. R.-- L. McFerron he acts queer, for there are a lot the next morning the rheumatism dwellings. wOfc", you say thatr Rockcastle county Thursday of again about two years ago for 'account of Laugdon School Tf Mt. Vernon, Ky. of queer folks in the world. You was gone." For chronic muscular is another dtearm" About twenty- - five mencement exercises taking place this week to try the - prescription May 30-Very well rheumatism you will find nothing Program will be of his farmer brother. Louisville years ago Berea College owned next week. Do get the Signal. If not sub- may be one yourself. Manchester better than Chamberlain's Lini- I see it in vision. ' You.sjiall-sOnion. $ Times. Xhis farm and valued it at $500.00. given in next issue of Signal. ment. Sold, by all dealer. scribe today. it iu material.' ' J Mt. Vernon, Ky. May 30, 1913 If people coula only their iaults as others see them, there Born to the wife of Mr. James Rickles, on May 24, a 10 pound giri. 79 IN CLIMBING THE LADDER OF SUCCESS YOU WILL FIND PISH'S 10 15 SPECIAL BE A FACTOR SUITS CAN 20 FISH'S SPECIAL SUITS AND, IN ITY, THIS MEANS YOU. that " THEY that They " ViA THE REAL MAN. Y OU know part k. 'V-';?- -- Young than Ask We f Neckwear Special just We m nt Jw3T5TPmSilTl V"tS9-- v magi 17 HERE'S TO THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY! want Ticket May hf$ that Time .r -- 0t tht I t. I the-les- s, - up-thr- u witt-jnin- 1 CALENDAR Week LANGDON MEMORIAL SCHOOL st es 2-- bu-iue- ss com-$5,0000- 0. J 4 1 .Jrv' roorj577rini!g ., find bloudrcct oucen's rooti inan .v , . BUn?a e!P " root and cherrybark. Of thcSe Dr. pu.c glycc'rlc atwct which has been favorably known for R V Pier made a Discovery. over forty years. He called it " Golden Medical up the stomacn and the entire purifies the blood and tones This " Discove-v- " y. it's just the tissue builder and tonic you require system in Nature' o'wn from a harJ cold, grip, or pneumonia. No matter how strong the times; m consequence the stomach is apt 10 be " put of kilter " at for the constant is disordered, for the su.mach is the laboratorystrengthens the blood stomac- h-' Medical cf Wood. Dr. l'ierc.'s: Golden ... .!-- Discovery Wood helosthe liver and the ?. 111 - nnro riph -t l """- i""PUIS. 11 kidneys to expe! the poisocs from the body. The weak, nerv UebiiitJtea conaiuon which mi uaU, PP.c ous, . tt experience at this time of the year is usually the effect of poisons in the blood; it is often indicated by pimples orboib conearing on the ski.i, the face becomes thin you feel blue. "More thai a wool; ao I was sutTerlnc vUb. an awful Mit. cn!d in mv hoad, tin oat, lra?t, and body," writes D. C. S. E., VashinKton, of 710 L. .I5ies G. fcusr, i.i iv.vktAo Strict,linmiiiiimiii smnn ..it.wJ if wubauvist'u liy a friend to try a. bottle oi your 'Golden Medical Discov-t' I tried a lxrttlfj un.l it did mo so much good that I feci n savins it is the sreutejt and best medicine that I before is ever took. M7 health It, much better than it was and is does all vua claim for it ,.d.,o. ,,P -- Silvi&?w PRIMARY ELECTION LAWS. fi'-'-r-r- ir testfVMj4a3. tvst - r Way NaitiLres A.nv,. f.ir!Is TSae Best. ..; "" 7w fno t PsH .. 1 n HOPEWELL Mrs. Jane Capps and little grandson, Willie Ramsev, of Stanford spent several days wih Mrs. Capps son, Allen Adams. James Arnold who had his dwelling destroyed by wn d some two or three mouths ago is erecting nother houi:.; on the. same place and will soon have it ready to move into. Digging ginseng ana picking strawberries seem to bv the order of the day in this pari vith the ladies and children and sach brings a good price as ginseng sells for 4.00 per pouiu md berries sell at 40 cts pei 4allou. SX manu-uctu- re run-dow- n, v J. G- - Ki2iT. Eso. Mtlsiaetory. n The Celebrated Registered Combined Stallior. Primary elections under this law will always be held the firs' Saturday in August, between 6 a m. and 4 p. m. All political parties who cast at h'ast twenty per cent of the vote at the last prerediug election for President must nominate their candidates at this primary. must file t The candidate netition stating ins name, age, political ost office addiess, iffiliation and the other legal lualificatieus oi the candidate foi the particular office The nominating petition of tlv. r andidate must state his nann md residence, office for which hi s to be nominated and the date o. he piimary. All such petitions must bt iled with the County Clerk at days before thi Will make the season of 1913 in our care at $12 5 to insure a livin; east thirty imary except when the office s colt, money due when colt is foaled, mare traded, sold or bred to othei county, h stock. Due care will betaken to prevent accidents, but not responsi or more than one vhich case the petition must bi ble should any occur. In offering this very high class horse fi.i iled at least forty days belore tlv service we feel safe in stating that he is the greatest horse that evei i imary. It cannot be circulate! stood in this county. A coal black with star and hind ankles white jrior to sixty days before the date lf) hands hi?h, a perfect model in form and style. Goes ail tin gaits with.speed and action, and a fine breeder. See pudigrae below .vhen it is required to be filed. Voters can sigu only ( Hlark Fajrle 74 for each office, except Block Squirrel 5S ( Mollie 70 wheie more than one office of th r Chester- Dare 10 f Dave Akin 77."i same kind are to be filled at tlu i Nannie fi arrett 47 sam election, ihe signer raus Nannie ,' DIguit- - Dare declaie that he intends to suppor Win. Welch Kc,'. x.i'js2 j Welchinont he candidate named in tin I fl I Mzzi jetitioj, must sign his own namt ft ( Abdullah Mcs&cngei (l - Dam of Gill's Ver-- I residence and street number am Dmii uiout. No sijjnatuie Jate of signing. i. f Black Eajjle 2 shall be counted unless it ha. o Black' Squirrel 5S een signed and I Mo.lie 70 bears daw a r Red Squirrel within sixty days prior to tht f The Shanklin horse lladress 45S time for filing. ljuds , Lightning All signets of each separate i Rer.No.5492i f Conover's Elastic sheet must live in the same SI Nat (.Hennie precinct. The signers must bt I Dan qualified voters and members o f Not Traced 150320 a party making its nominations L Wicks Chief at the primarv and with which they are registered voters, if tne live in a precinct where rtgistra MT. VERXON. Kl tion is required. For office of one county or a portion thereof, the nomination paper shall be signed by at least three per cent and not more than ten per cent of tne total vote (hi last preceding Presidential election; of the party of the candidate in the city, county or district in which he is to be elected; il more than one county and less than the entire State, not less than two per cent and not more than ten per cent in each ol at least ten counties in the State. The order in which the names I are to be placed on the ballot shall be determined at a public drawing in the county cleric's IVSi.Vernon A office twenty five days before the primary election at 2 p. m. is a check on vour payments. When it comes back Separate ballot boxes shall be to you it is an indisputable receipt for your money. supplied for each party, but a Payment by check is a check on spending, too. You ballot shall not be disqualified i ilaced in wrong ballot box. think twice before drawing a check. And the second The same qualification of voters thought often results in your not drawing it at all (7 shall apply in primary elections i Open an account and you'll save in spite of yourself. under this law as are required in "regular elections. Said qualifications shall be determined as o the date of the primary, withom BANKnOF MT. t regard to the qualifications or MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, I disqualifications as they may ex-- i V. I,. RICHARDS. President. t at the succeeding regular A. B. FURNISH, Cashier. election. Each voter can onl 9 vote thi ballot of that party with which he is affiliated. A special registration for those who were unable to register for the last regular election is held at tlie County Clerk's office lo irteen days before the primary and at t le sam time and place transOur line of Couch Caskets fers from one precinct to another is unexcelled can be obtained. No registration Hand-mad- e Coffinsfurnislied or transfers are permitted on the Hearse sent to all parts of day of the primary. Primary election officets are the County appointed by the regular election All orders by Wire Promptly Filled c immissioners, but by uniting, candidates have the privilege ot designating a proportion of such one-petitio- M. DONN, 3623 Thelma, the four vearold daugh er of Mrs. Lucy Adams is re overing from a severe attacl f lagrippe. Rev. C. K. Carmica! "illed his regular appointment at Plat Lick batu relay and Sunda Miss Mavbslle Cummins o Grove has returned home A'alnut tfter spending two weeks witi friends and relatives at this place Born, May 17th. to the wife of Charlie Fletcher a boy christened Cecil. n HOW'S THIS? We offe- - One Hundred Dollar.-Rewarfor any case of Catarrl cannot be cured by Hall that d To the Voters of Roc:icastle: I want to add juit a few more words to my race for sheriff. I have a new deputy which gives me two, Mr R H. Long and Mr. Wade Livesay. Mr. Livesay lives about four miles west of Mt Ver-loand i.s a farmer. Now I have nothing to say about m apponents at all. They are good men. but 1 see Mr. Mullms i scattering pamphlets over saying I am a liar; that I have been talking about him. 1 nave made nothing and told on nim. I say he is a good man but see he is trying to down me in every way. I am not the man who told what he has heaid. It has beeu some of his friends vho are trying to get me down I have seen Mr. Mullins and ha a talk with him. I only wa t the people to see this. I told Mi. lullins that I had hea-i- the tab iut I did not start it. So I -- an' see why he wants to accuse me if being a bar. I never harm anyone so I want the people ti I an think the matter over. only asking for the office one tiuit and il 1 am nominated, Mr. k ti. Long and Mr. Wade Livesay will be my deputies. n, thi-coun- ty rafit, WW"!1 ? f-f- ffareff '''-''- ijd ' ill TifTi 1 m&jx, KBtum SiHrti ffi"bri?i .t y 1 f B I II m I 19 S S B4 I la m. 1 I i.in r HflirBaiis K 53t-m M & ISIlll m m ibi rv 1 wr m wi tt wm i. i aw M iw For Infants and Children. .TSIX II latent rti9r LtGif UM" The Kind Yen Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AXgetablcPrcnarafionfcnls-similalinifieFtwdandRcgifit-tin5 g K2w lite Stoncclis andBcAtlsof Bears the Signature of PromolcsDicstionftisruiI- ncss and Pst.CcntaIr.3 ncillw Opiiou.Morphuie norSicraL KOT NARCOTIC. AW In . i III uw BW2 jTwesfcJitzt-'-Eumzt- JhvpZa l'tcd jtektStcd JhMtSi- Jhraazf- h'xnSrJ- I , ) Clasiiti 'Jta- - yaZmeaTtrrr. Ap:n"ect Remedy for Cowfipt--1 "VVorras.CotivulsiouS.rtV8nslr Use For Over mr i M l'-u 'Wf 2a nessmulLoSSOFSER TscSinilL' Signature cf o The CnKTAun CojipakT, MEW lUKiv Thirty Years art, - Adv. T. S. Brannaman. FOREST NURSERIES &2 "" rr j -- rs2 ifiagfjjjaiMAi - 1 Olii . We, the undersigned, havi cnown F. J. Chenev for the las i5 years, and believe him perfect y honorable in all business translations and financially able n arry out any obligations made b lis firm Cata.rh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledc In-ow- ! J MILLER & BEAZLEY NATIONAL BANK OF Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taker, nternally. acting directly upon h lood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent iut-'ric- e 75 centi per bottle. Sold b ill druggist. Take Hall's Family Pills f . r constipation. COM-IERCE, BULLETIN 1. I The Act of 1qi2 require.-il-l candidates for the office f County Superintendent, excej t tnose who are now in olTL-e-, t hold a State Certificate isMied b the State Board of Examiners .vhich does not expire during the anticipated trru of office. 2. The applicant may qualif y taking a specid examination 0 be held n the Department o( Education, Frankfort, May 30 and 31, and June 27 and 28. This ex imination is in all respects quivaletto the examination foi the regular State Ceitihcate. 3. The applicant may qualify bv taking the regular State Ex animation, Jun 2o and 2i, eithei m the county in whicn the applicant resides or in Frankfort, before he State Board of Examiners. 4. Applicants may qualify af tei nominations are made in the August Primary. However, there is only one chance after tlu Primary, and that is in the regulai in August State Examination and the candidate can not take this examination, except in his home county, whei'e he expecU to run for office, or in Frankfori in the Department of Education 5. Incumbents in office, under he law, are qualified by virtue of their past tenure of office, torup without further for examination. 6 The 19 1 2 law prescribe.-tha- t all candidates who are not incumbents in office, must either have a certificate as hereby described, or take this special examination, which is in all l'espects the equivalent of a State Certificate Therefore, all such candidates must have taught two years, the time required by law to secure a State Certificate. (Ky., Stat., Carroll, Sec. 4503; Kv. School Law, Hamlett, i9i2, Sec. officers. MT. VERNON, KY Phone jjj 79 ) BARKSDALE HAMLETT, Each party is entitled to two SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC challengers and two inspectors INSTRUCTION. appointed by the election com 1 tract of land seven FOR Sale (7) acres on the East side of R. missioners. Candidates have the FOR FLETCHER'S same privilege oi appointing these UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER R. in finnirav. fZr.. annA S rnnm dwelling known as. the Heath ifficers as wilh the other of5,cers Primary returns are made to property, built on modern style .L. BEST MEDICINE FOR COLD , finished in good style, with sum the county clerk. When a druggist recommends a All expenses of 'primary are mer kitchen; good well, good barn remedy for colds, throat and lung by the State. and good garden; good store ' ouse paid you can feel sure that he j Nomination papers shall not be troubles, 60x24 ft. and other out buildings. circulated prior to sixty davs knows what he is Ulking about. C.Lower, Druggist, of Marion, One good 4 room cottage as good before the date by which such Ohio, writes of Dr. King's New as new. well finished. About 15 Discovery: "I know Dr. King's young fruit trees. 1 will sell for . papers is required to be filedj New Discovery is the best throat - no signature andWill be counted A enlonlirl Siocn nn pnev lurmc and lung medicine 1 sell. It cured unless it has been signed to such my wife of a severe bronchial cold stand to sell goods. For further! particulars address me at Conway nomination paper and bears date after all other remedies failed." CUREFtOR STOMACH within sixty days prior to the time It will do the same for you if you Ky., or U S. Wvatt, DISORDERS ' are suffering with a cold or any for filing. Berea, 'Ky., Disorders of the stomach 'may be bronchial, thrort or lung cough. W. M.Hayes. Keep a bottle on hand all the time avoided bv the use of Chamber- Feb. 13-- 3 mo. Many verv refor everyone in the family to use. lain's Tablets. markable cures have been effected It if a home doctor. Price 50c,1 FOR FLETCHER'S 80m e. Sold by all and $l.oo. Guaranteed by Chas. by these, tablets Some men talk In their aleen beC. Davis. dealers cause that la the only chance they get Two nurseries for the growth it forest tree seedlings and trans plants will be started in the neai uture, one near Fiaukfort, Ky md the other on twenty-fiv- t teres of land belonging to tlu Tt;e tate Pair at Louisville. Board of Forestry at in tate juarterlv meeting on April 2i made arrangemeuts to undertake his work. It will cost about $75o each to estiblish the nurseries and the stock from them will be furnished to the people oi the State at cost in orner to encourage the reforesting of cut ver areas and wasts lands. These in series are projects vvliich wi. e of great benefit to the peopl I the State and within a ver CIS f B.r'i.ir"0'1' uarantced .iixlor-lKfibOO- u Exact "trlw mm m&f Copy of Wrapper. WK ...-- . il ft Tl 9 " IS m m ULi ' u . &JL gak a 3; "Cs. y 3H M TMC CCNTAUR COMPANY, NCW if iS.li OFl CITT, i I!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! mnmilliniirmmilUB VERNON GASKET 1 PRACTICAL 3 UNDERTAKERS g CD.' FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND g g S: !ZZ K3IJtALJIKliS Mt. Vernon, Ky, 2 COUCH JVSETALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. Licened Embalmer will bave charge of that line of 3 5 -- ditift time will be Is it possible we are going t iet the electric light proposilior ail? If we do, it .seems to it is time to just lock u self-supporti- work for the company. Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points "fj at llfefe km mop and quit. A town with ovei 200 people, without au electri ight plant; simply says to the vorld that there is somethini lacking among its citizens. Thai he Colemou proposition is losi eems to be a certainty and to tel die whole truth, it looks lilc there is some back water feet all the way round. an-jol- GEORGE OWENS, Manager -- Oilice Mt. Vernon MomnLental Building P1IOXE 112 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiumiimimi f SADDLES! i 1 Ien. Wo wen and Boys' Saddles, ranging in prioe 1 & Check on The Bank HEALTH A FACTOR IN SUCCESS The largest factor contrihutin fo a man's success is undoubtedh leallh. It has beeu Observed ohat a man is seldom sick whet nis bowels are regular he is lever well when thev are constipated. For constipation you will ind nothing quite so good as Chambe.lain's Tablets. They not only move the bowels but improve the appetite and strngthen the di sjestion. They are sold by all lealers. 'from j" $4.StoS15.00. also pad and repair saddles. - (J JU, f ' brood homemade breedhimr made from the best of WAGON BREECHING . . ... - j. i , harness leather. Work guaranteed. Patent Breast Chains, patent llame Chains, intact most anvthinu: you want in this line- Old Main street back of Court house. - THE VERNON W T DAVIS, f POUND! FOUND, the place to buy Speotacte ind Eyeglasses for $1.50 and up. Gold, Lar- Silver and Aluminum Frames. gest selection in town. Eyes s?Yee. Years of experience. tested UfiDETAKS W. A. COX,! JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. COX J. C. MOORE PROS. STORE HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging I a P H Conover r 1 had gotten so weak I I could not stand, r Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Husband. and gave up in despair. MT. VERNON, KY, a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its At last, my husband got me lyjaptyayo W. T- elZe&k Fron tRooras over Baker's Store Q Came to Rescue. FRANCIS, Dentist Mt Vernon, K ... In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock Catron, Ky. writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't 'give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has J. C. MeCLARY Chiidren Cry CASTORIA MainSt.,Mt. Vernon. Home and office in the late resident Ci: Myers formerly occupied on JOlu J. p. Dentist in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treatment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. sold Cardui for years. it will do. Ask him. He knows what He will recom- Instructions a your case an J book. Horns Treatment far Wasco," sent la slain wrapper. a mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. TFh'fe to: Chattanooga Meilcloe Co.. Ladles Advisory Dpt.. Chattanooga. Term., for Special Over U. G. Baker's Store. Crown and Bridge Work a spec All work guaranteed. 1 we Stanford, Ky. a .DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE I 'C Williams, ATTORNEY-AT:LAW, And don't have to grease but once a MT. VERNON. KY. Children Cry PAS.TORIA On 2rd. floor c The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Cburc 3treet. Special attention given to collections.! Phone No. 80. wek. Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. I PJ!- -