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Mount Vernon signal: June 6, 1913 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913060601_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: June 6, 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. l,is SmmaiamiaS&imi nnrntfrirV-niiirrrr-iiliii Clark l 1 Published Every Friday uttnuaaoB KPHII will w MT. VERNON, IWJttff z Established 1887 6. 1913. .wj: VOLUME XXVI. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY FRIDAY, JUKE NUMBER 36 LANGDON MEMORIAL SCHOOL. Hazel Johnson received the prize for the best map work in the 7th and 8th Geography class. Christine Davis was successful in winning the prize on the scale playing contest. The kindergarten party on Fri-ad- y morning May 30th gave the parents an opportunity to see what the little folks have been doing throughout the year. The piano recital on Friday night showed the people what had been done in music this year. The young men of the Missionary League and those who took part in the Operetta were the guests of the dormitory family at at supper, on the lawn Saturday Everybody's Doin' It. DoirY What? m;- - - UG.BAKER a!!!!?!!!?!!?!!?! ...... ... .:;;:! 1 11 Trading with ''!!!tsf!s!!'!::: cening. Miss Ella Warren of Louisville, spent a part of last week at the dormitory. Miss Mary Johns, Principal of a girls school at Harlan, was a guest at the dormitory over Sunday. Mrs. Thomas P. Langdon of Baltimore, Md., has been a guest at the dormitory during the Com mencement exercises. She is a most welcome guest aud her visits are a source of inspiration tQ both teachers and girls, Dr. B. P. Fullerton of St. Louis, left Tuesday after a brief visit at the school. Dr. Fullerton participated in the farewell communion services at the Presbyterian church as did Dr. Cheek, who was here between trains. The Rev. Francis rwin of 4th. Prpshytpria.n church of Ave. Lpnisville arrived Tuesday noon and gave the class address that evening at the CQfflinenperaent exercises, The Baccalaureate sermon was preached by the Rev. George S. Watson on Sunday a. va. The Rev. Mr. Michel of Harlan arrived Monday to assist in the commencement music, Miss Wanjey an. Mss Robertson yfl stop eqronte for a, visit ai Specialists in the Right Kind of Goods at The Right Kind of Prices. CHARLES B. ANDERSON, Shape is Cut and Sewed to Stay in Clothcraft Clothes can depend upon it the YOUshapeliness of Clothcraft Clothes is there to stay Many men have found that after a Clothcraft suit has been discarded, the coat can be worn for years for work or rough use without losing its original shape and fit. fresh-boug- ht Shape a built in Clothnot pressed craft Clothes in. It's a part of the clothes themselves and it will keep ions after the clothes are worn first class trimmings and tailoring, satisfactory wear and service. We hack up this guarantee with our own because after careful investigation Ave find that Clothcraft Clothes make good on evftry ppjnt. They are $10 to $25 fl"i ' can prove to yon that they are easily worth more. out. There's no guess work riljout this Clothes are guaranteed to Clothcraft all-woo- hold their shape. The Clothcraft guarantee also insures l cloth, UNDERWEAR Largest and most complete line in town. Union Suits, separate Suits for Men, Women and Children. To the Voters of Rockcastle county: Upon the solicitation of raanv friends from various parts of the county I have decided to announce my candidacy for the office of Superintendent of schools to be voted for in the primary Aug 2, IQij. I ara a sou of W. F. Anderson, a grandson of George Anderson and Harrison bteanis, native of the county, and have always bee i affiliated with the Republican party. I have served five years as schools, and two years on the board of exteacher in the rural aminers and have finished the academy, high school and four years in the normal training course lor teachers and am now classed Junior I (eel tint I am in the collegegiate department of Berea college. thoroughly qualified to take care of the problems that come to the office of Superintendent of schools. Four years ago I was asked to make the race but refused because the schools on an I felt that I was not broad enough to handle educational basis as they should be conducted, and now 1 feel that I am better prepared to take charge ot the schools than if I had had four years of experience and less training in school work. I hope to be able to talk the matter over with each of you before the primary. I promise you, if elected, nqt only to impartially d:scharge the duties ot the office and not doing only what is required by law and no more, but to serve the county in what ever way that I might be I am your friend ngw of some benefit to tlje cause of education, and after tho oloclion; and youp Uest friend tq edqcatjqn. Shelbyvilje., Thanking you in advance for any support yoq may give me, Miss Lewis loft Wednesday far C, B, ANPERSON, Your friend. remain, 3 day or two in Louisville before AN INTERESTING LETTER set for June :.'S. The outcome ia going to her home in Bowling doubtful but I hope that the issue Green. PROM PROF. T .A. Miss Rowlee lef Wednesday for will carry. We certainly need a HOUSTON new building The one we have Cinciunati, Wooster, Cleveland. is not large enough for the grades At Cleveland she will join her bejbyville, Kv. mother and they will spgqfl he and the high school also aud May 2,1913 summer in Europg quo, e British if was built at least fifty or Mp. B. S. Albright, IslgS. sijjty years ago. Mt- - Vernnn, Ky. Mis E;ila. Carson expects q RJV regards tq ffi? Dear Mr, Aibrigh- -r ft'ierfq;s Normal Collegiate at ajd. push, th.e eqter I have long been intending ts Bopne Highway. Asheville. next tall to take a matftespt, I have been rpad-mwrite to you. ron's couvae. T. A, HOUSTON. the Signal with much interMiss McCord, Miss Clarkson, be-gid.- es the demand for BAKER'S Bargains is sweeping over the country for miles and miles a, Tide f they're coming from every direction to have their wante supplied in Dry Goods Notions Furnishing Goodi Clothing Shoes Groceries Provisions Tools Hardware Queens-war- e Farming Implements Tinware Stoves Stove Vessels Ranges Oils Paints Varnishes Furniture Carpets and Salt Fertilizers Hats Caps and everything you ever saw in & any Department store & ware JUNE -- The Month of J3rides and Roses. Sam and Kate were married bought their entire outfit at Bakers, and are as happy as big sun flowers. We are specialists in furnishing outfits for the newly weds. 6? Mt-VerilQ- n T-h-e g est. Sutton LEVEL tiltEEN. & McBee - with Audry Poynter here. Miss The rainy weather has caused Maud Thompson is visiting her cousin, Miss Dessie,- at Wabd. the farmers to "be very badly behind with their work. Master Little Woodrow Mullins is a verv sick child. Mrs. W. F. DeBord Virgil Thompson is very sick. Dr. Z. T. Denney and Simeon I who has been suffering for the past month wilh rheumatism is Sowder. of Oklahoma, came i n i last Friday to spend a few days able to be up again. Miss Georgia Gentry vyas dovyn from with A. C. Sowder.' tlie Dr. re r..- - rn ., . ,!.. "i Hw we turned home this week, while !UHU ,m Kt, nfpvV,iave night with her grandma, Mrs. m- Brown. longer. He had not been here for J. N. Hon. E B. Thompson was heie 37 years. Vic Price and Clay Thompson are in Indianapolis a few days of last week. Miss Katye Price was the guest of where they have good positions. The two year old child of Mr. her aunt, Mrs. P. H. Shutts Monday and Tuesday. M. M. and Mrs. John Lovins was buried Brown who has beeu sick for so at Mt. Pleasiut last Thursday. Is now in a very cutical Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Maret, of Mt. long condition and cannot live but a Vernon, spent a part of last week days. Dr H. H. Isaacs, of with Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Law- few Bee Lik, was here this week rence. Atty. R. L. Brown and Mrs. The apple crop in this part of Georgia Swaine were up Trom the county has been damaged by what is known as tree Somerset and spent Sunday with greatly blight it has struck the largest Mrs. J. N. Brown. Miss Locie county and Livesay who has been sick for orchards iu the the past two inontns is siowiy imorovine. Mr. and Mrs. Thos i Mrs. TomnnHatcher, -of Norton Va., ft m r iiahaw nr in " DeBord are the proud parents "u,auu ""- will today of their first born a girl, named Lebanon Jet., . j- - - arrive .u : a - 1CW r Misses Jain " &Pe"" Bettye Cartdle. Mrs. Mollie E Hatcher, Thompson aud Zclma Brown, of mother, ' Langdon Dormitory, have returned i , . T muuuav A iaai mn auuuu- W name iaj ucu-Burnett, of Somerset spent Tues day night with his sister, Mrs. FOR FLETCHER'S W. H. Brown. Little Miss Mattye Broyles is spending a few days 5w uc' I 1 1 - - ; "avv-uc''UJ- -; a ,,(. - ... Children Cry i CASTORIA and Miss Frances Forbes will re HOPEWELL the vote for the bond issue for main at the dormitory until the building roads in Rockcastle and Russel, the four year old son last ol June, when Miss McCord was ranfh disappointed when I of Charlie Carmical is very sick. will attend the Conference at learned that u4,? j&nd issue was Mr. and Mrs. William Hays, of Maryville. lost Miss hernath,y left Wednesday IjajiqfQrd. spent Sunday with Mr. I have been much intereste and hlytt. Char.t; (or hey. lionje. at Pulasfci, Tenn,. Fjejche.-- r also iu the movement for the Rev. Charlie Oaciqieal pjeaohe4 Monday evening the Junior It seems to me a very intpiQstingsermon.'at Hope rneiibers qf the school gave the Booue Highway Mrs. Mary Arnold play, one of the nu.st .commendable well cjuuday. Alice in Wonderland cm the Mrs Lqt-i- e projects the National Government has a very sick cljild fawn. The character- Qf Alice McHargue of Pine Bill has could undertake It would be a lome njter spyncjiug a wasi talfeflihy Blanche Silvers' much better memorial for Abraham wees jyip repqyes ai iujs macp. exhibition of school work was Lincoln than tjiat great pile of Bom, May 2j?th, tp the wife of also open to the public during the marble that is being built to his Mil ford Rash, a Rui Johnle afternoon. Harmon who has batm suffering memory. At the church on Tuesday evenwjth a sore foot for five months To show my interest in these ing the three gra.du.ates. Marth' is able to go around by the aid things I inclose my check for a of a crutch. Huff, Kae. Hu,ut, and-- Bertha Litton small amount. Out of this I Married, June 1st. Mr. Tony received, hir diplomas from the wish you would take the amount Kirby, of Burr,, and Miss Berthq, hands of Mrs. Langdon. The of ray subscription to the Signal Lovens, of Hausforcj, address given by Dr. Irwin on : at-f- f for one year and turn the remainPower was strong CANNOT BE Happiness and der into the postage fund for PEAPNESS and lull of inspiration. CURED, boosting the Boone Highway GUARANTEED ECZEMA I have very work here by .local application, as they canREMEDY and quite enough to keep me not reach the diseased portion of the car. There is only 01 e way The constant itching, burning, busy. Only two weeks ago we to cure deafness, and that is by closed a Graded School tournament constitutional remadies. Deafness redness, rash aud disagreeable ol eczema, tetter, saU here. With four schools contest- is caustd bj an inflamed condition effects itch, piles and irritating rheum, ing Shelby Graded School won of tne mucous lining of the Eusta- Jjlcjn eruptions can be redily cured seventeen contests ott of a total chian Tune. When this tube is and the skm made clear and inflamed you ha,ve a rumbling of thirty-seveWe won nine oqt sound or itnperfect hearing and smooth with Dr. Hobson's Eczema Mr. J. C. Eveland, of of sixteen in high school work! when it is entirely closed. Deaf Ointment. Bath III., says: "I had eczema and three out of seven in the ness is the result, and unless the twentn-fiv- e years and had tried grade work, four out of ten in track inftanimatjoji can be taken out everything. All failed. When athietics and besides that we won and thistube restored to its I found Dr. Hobson's Eczema uormal condition, hearing will the base ball pennant Our friend destroyed lorever; uine cases be Ointment I found a cure". out This ointment Bpn TTishhaolr korrrra M, wr tiv.u juc Koll ten are caused by Catarrh which a physician and is the formula of uati w has been in use behind the bat in the critical is uothiug but an inflamed confor years not an experiment. , dition of the mucou? surfaces. D That is why we cm guarantee it give One We l wUl incIoSe a progmmofthe Dollars will any case of Hundred All druggists, or by mail. Price for Deafness j touma and h das fcaused by catarrh) that cannot 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co., won so that you may see what be cured by Hall's Catarrh Care Philadelphia aud St. Louis. W we have been doing. Cure. Send for circulars, free. Read town ordinances J. F. Cheney & Co. ing property owners cuttingreg.rd We now have on hands the weeds Toledo, Ohio. proposition of voting a bond along sidewalks and keeping space Sold by all Druggists, issue of 4oooo for a new High Take Hall's Family Pills for etc., to middle of street, clear School building. The election is constipation. Df "fiuinsfrind obstructions. T-h-e n. ! -- I was much interested in We are Selling Agents for the CELEBRATED DIAMOND BRAND EM to1""1 tii u v " Smww: - j i " E Made in all Leathers The newest, Nobbiest .A styles for Ladies, Gentlemen, Boys, Girls 7and the little babies Every pair as good as the money will buy Trade at Baker's and you will wear Diamonds, - II G. BAKER J jc MT. VERNON, a My. Old Kentucky Home.'" BiaitfBD phi 17. MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, June 6, 1913 of our people 10 build them alone. THE TROOPERa This highway, though, will be . - - fi1 'I" "M riiwiii m. Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONR YEAR $I.OO built, some day, without the consent, aid or favor from ihis huge representative of the porcine familv. This city, by the Falls, attempts to court the irade of this end of the State by sending out "booster" trains, which is a good proposi lion on all right, If she would follow it up Advertising rates made known and use reciprocity its work, but application it fails to do it and proceeds on the principle of "everything f MEMBER OF nothing for the KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Louisville mountains. "Pier spell binders sXes on these booster trips are the finest to be found aud they cer-tainly do give us splendid dope as to her friendly feelings toward the mountains and they promise to do a plenty for us people and ANNOUNCEMENTS. therefore according to their speel it is the duty ot the mountaineers to DEMOCRATIC TICKET. send their Trade to Louisville, "We Are Authorized to Announce W. A. TODD they don't subject to They fail to add that As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle the action of the Domocratic prty, Aujrust pri- wantanv government aid extended Ky. mary, 1913. Postofflco: Level Own. SHERIFF the mountains and that her news- "We Are Authorized to Announoe are fighting the proposition D. M. CRESS. JR. As a candidate for Sberirt of Rockcastle subject to and her business men with a Democratic p.irty. August Prithe action of the mary. 1013. few notable exceptions, who are "We nro Authorized to announce not fighting it ignore it entirely KKPRESENTATIVK We Are Authorized to Announce and pay no attention to the many NAT B. SEWELL As a candidate for Representative from tho 70th mountain appeals for in Legislative District, composed of the Counties of Laurel nail Rockcastle, subject to the Democratic this line. How in the world such irimary. AuuuetS. 1913 a bunch could have the cheek to REl'UIHJCAN TICKET. ask trace from this section is COUNTY ATTORNEY. beyond our comprehension. "You We Are Authorized to Announce E. B THOMPSON ou ot Rockcastle sang diggers of the hills, if As a candidate for County Attorney party. Augsubiect to the action ol taa Republican want roads dig 'em" is their ust Primary. 1913 C. 2 GENTRY Our policy with them Attorney of Rockcastle policy. Aa a candidate for County subject to the action of the Republican party, Au- should be ''if you want trade to gust Primary, 1913. here or ask ours, we will go SHERIFF. We Are Authorized to Announce is not an where' recip-ocit- y CAK MDLLINS As a candidate for Sheriffof Rockcastle subject to unknown quantity. the;Republican party. Auuuht Pii- 1 ju-li- ce j ' j S4.00 Jun.tioii cuy m Un.Ua- A TEXAfs v UNDER vi.i nooga, Tenn., and return The Texas wonder cuius kidney t Queeu & Crescent Route. Spicial and bladder troubles, removing, It is not surprising, when a list accorUfcd for Annual Re- - gravel, cres diabe'es. weak and of the aged veterans of the Con-lar- e rhPtimillkm nnrl nil .... ...... ...... i tederacy is made up, to lind that Union., TTlllt.Pn Cn nfaripr.ltl Veter- - lama hor-litiiiJV. ans. TtcKetson sale May 24,25, irregularities of the kidneys andi nearly all of the men who enlisted 26, 27, 28 and for trains scheduled Regn. from Lexington berved in tl e to reach Chattanooga before noon in bolh men and women cavalry branch of the army. May o q. Keturn limit, June 5 U lates bladder troubles in children. The fame of Lexington as a 1913. Extension of final limit to if t sold by your druRgist will great horse breeding country, June 25th, 1913. Intention of be sent by mail- on receipt of Si. bottUnaturally made the Confederacy final l'mit to June 25th. 1913, jOne small and is two months' seldom lads to, upon deposit of ticket and look to the Bine Grass for the Send lor testi-- j Anplv to;periecta (.111 e. of fio cts. mentoffee mounted forces which were needed nearest Ticket Agent. Quetn & inoiiial from this and other states, by the Southern armies. It was crescent Route, lor full informa- - Or. Ji. W. Hail, --'026 Ulive street St. Louis Mo , Sold bj druggist. natural, too, that such leaders uon. W. A. Beckler, G. P. A. Cincinnati, O. as John H. Morgan. Ban Uardm At ay 16 3t. Helm, Thos. G. Woodward, J. R 11 Butler, Richard M. Gano, W. C FOR FLETCHER'S Vm FLETCHER'S P. Breckinridge and Andrew J. May should look tu the cavalry as the most likely army in which ROCKCASTLE COUNTY'S TRIP TO quick action aud an early brush with the Federals was to be expeeled. The added exciteme- t and opportunity offered in the .cavalry service doubtless had a PERSONALLY CONDUCTED BY HOME PEOPLE potent influence also in attracting The hotel and Cave has been reserved for this Excursion, and the best of the vouth of Lexiiig-paper- s by special arrangement no other party will be booked for this date. ton and Fayette county into the All boys or girls under 10 years of age in care of parents or army. Natural horsemen, splen- Chaperoues will be didly mounted, and full of the ardor of their cause, it was to be GRAY j , I pay-'treatme- IN D ON'T BE GROCHY. j Don't come in with your mind made up you wouldn't buy a Suit from us at any juice 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 OMI&ren Cry Child re Ory O AST" O R J are, too. SPECIALS happiness . IN $15.00 SUITS $15.00 Suits that laugh right out for $15.00 Suits that echo Springtime from every seam arid button . $15.00 Suits well, what's the good of telling you all about them here in i - MAMMOTH CAVE, June 23 j mary, 1913. Wc Are Authorized to Announce FRANK BAKER As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action of tho Republican party. August Primary, 1913. We Are Authorized to Announce mary. 1913, We Are Authorized to Announce JAMES WJNSTEAD As a candidate lor Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action ot the Republican party, Aueust Primary. IS 13. We Are Authorized to Announce HARRY JONES to As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subjectPrithe action ol the Repdblican party. Aupust T. S. BRANMAMON to As a candidate for Sheriffof Rockcastle subjectPriot the Republican party. Auu'iut the c" lie action of mary. 1913. We Are Authorized to Announce J. C. MIZE As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subiect to the action ot the Republican party. August PriM. C. SO WDER to Asaoandidate'lorJaUer ot Rockcastle eubjectPri- the action ofr rhe Republican party. Aueust mary. IB 13 We Are Authorized to Announce BILLIE BAKER AsacandldateforJallerof Rockcastle subject tn the action of the Republican party, August Primary. 1913. COUNTY COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce S. F. BOWMAN as County Court Aa a candidate lor ClerK olKocKcasue county, suoieci vo iue iiluuii or the Republican party. August primary 1013. SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. "We Are Authorized to Announce MISS TEMPEST WARD Schools ol Ab a candidate for Superintendent orRepublican Rockcastle subject to the action of the party. Auirust Primary. 1013. We Are Authorized to Announce J. W. KINCER Schools ol As a candidate for Superintendent ofRepublican Rockcastle subject to the action of the mary. 1913. We Are Authorized to Announce expected that the Kentucky cav.ilry leaders and their devoted Two big days sight seeing from start to finish. men should have given a good The party wili leave Mt. Vernon, 0:53 a. in. June 23 going on account of themselves, reguhr morning train from all stations. The brilliant maneuvers, the fieice fights, the hardships and BOARD AT CAVE HOTEL ROUND TRIP R. R. FARE sufferings of the Kentuckians! Meals or Lodging. From all stations. ended at Appomattox. Since f0c $4.35 Adults Adults then, there have been the paths 25c $2.20 Children of peace at.d industry and pros-com- e Children perity, and once a year, a visit to Limit on tickets 10 day: 'the graves of those who, year by year have fallen. One route in the Cave $2.00 or two rotes for $3.00 The troopers in gray need have . Roys or Girls under 10 years passed free in the Cave. Ejaui-xeot tne interior .Journal no reeret that thev foupht and . .. . Trncf line c'lvc "TVflrlv ' thp Rill! sunereuina cause that was roti . This trip has been approved by Jill Countv officials, as well as proved to the satisfaction of all, 111 successful. Ihe State and the the Superintendents of City and County Schools, which makes it an . .. . ... , .. ,T. ,,m'uu:,u,t UB?",at "" "K1" Nation have profited bv the ex- newspaper mat doesn't get urunK ampie set ny tue Kentucky regi- Writo or phono L. & N. Airent for particulars. un intoxicating liquors, we Know meuts . coUraro. darinf, fflfti BireaKeaEMgsaysgreressgara BKmoreg.'giMw.graiMaiari a number of olcMiner, stand- - tnde and patience. The Samo patters, who will swear however, qnaHties are needed today in that he was very drunk on political every walk of life, and Lexington ftp?- ambition along last fall, and the Voung men Wlll indeed be wise if StomdJ A Si A spree lasted weli;toward the Ides of tLey cau catch the Spirit and J iNovemner at wnicn time he was develop the traits that made probably satisfactory sobered up. " Kentuckians in the Civil War tl e What effect did it have on Billy pride of the State, and foeiuen Here are several reasons why I trade Possom? I worthy of noble steel. C C. Store: Clauk county will hold a post office primary on June 2Sth for BECAUSE Quality considered, his price can't naming a post master at WinI t lieaten . chester to replace John G. White Tor Infants and Children. BECAUSE There are no delays; customers who has been asked by the deThe Kind You Have Always Bought receive prompt attention. partment to hand in his BECAUSE-Thin- gs Bears the we get at Chas. C. Davis' ' PASSED THROUGH THE CAVE FREE the newspaper when we're SURE you will come in aud look them over try one on, maybe and let your wife see how well you and the clothes become one another. Clot a wife? It's back . a happy world, this full of grand things, if you will only smile And the $15.00 Suits are great helps to happiness. -- .. "it. .i nnm,ntimp,,l,(,P,,,n. .', E. L. ! Cockrell J Livingston, Ky fl3cGape33 1 ' Doe&-3C$3oe&- I m Bi at 1 lt fei GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER j Davis' Drug Brodhead Ky CASTOR A w Signature of KocxcastlE with its i7 candi- X0gfa COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Mail, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly dates for jailer has the company of many other counties that have AND SKIN TROUBLE great numbers asking the privilege ULCERS If you are suffering with any of carrying the keys to the jails. old running or lever sores, ulcers party. August primary, 1913. other skin "We Are Authorized to Announce The Interor Jourual, always boils, eczema or Bucklen's trouble CHAS. B. ANDERSON Arnica get a box of Superintendent of Schools of Asa candidate for to the action ot the Republican good, none better, did itself proud Salve and you will get relief Rockcastle subject party. Auffust primary. 1013 in a souvenir edition on its 54th promptly. Mrs. Bruce Jones, of ASSESSOR birthday May 23rd. Birmingham, Ala., suffered from We Ate Authorized to Announce BURDETT HARRISON an ugly ulcer for nine month--an- d subject Try Him. THe '.'hog law" should be m- Phone 59. Asa candidate lor Assessor of Rockcastle Auirust Salve Arnica Bucklen's action iif the Republican party, to theary . 1913. Prim Will forced against Louisv'lle cured her in two weeks Reccm-mende- d MAGISTRATE. Only 25c help you. We Are Authorized to Announce If it is true that most of the by Chas. C. Davis W. M. SOWDER Magistrate First Magisterial As a candidate lor of K. Mt. Vernon and Valout mail order houses in Chicago do Ulstri t. composed precincts, oubject to the action oJ the drove voting party Republican ecneral piimary election. Aug- not pay anything like they should "'' a, 1813. ust in taxes on their property, it REPRESENTATIVE. partly explains how it is thev are We Are Authorized to Announce AMD INTENTSOfM L. P. THOMPSON able to sometimes undersell locai tnr Rnnresentative from the 70th ..i.nMsia Legislative District, composed of the Counties of merchants. Net unliktl- - the charj, e juaurei ana xwjcjtci.c. dum;ct.. u mv avcjuu. .... Otherwise called "THE KNOW HOW" and Primary. August 2. 1813. is true, for those firms are none We Are Authorized to Annoucne "THE WILLINGNESS TO PRODUCE" W J. HOWARD too scrupulous in .their business a .anr,;.ia,A fnr Hpnreseiitative lrom the 70th Legislative District, composed of the Counties of dealings, as many a customer in ..jid ,""""" Laurel ana uocKtuou'i. ouujti. ij omce. McWhor-tePrimary, Aueust2, 1913. lost THE GREEN SEAL people h ave rural districts has found out. Ky. We Are A thorized to Announce Considering that the mail order O. R. LUKER the necessary KNOWLEDGE from the 70th As a candidate for Representative the Counties of houses cannot compete on equal composed or Legisltive District and the good INTENTION Laurel and Rockaasr e. subject to the Republican terms with reliable local business Unary. August 3. 10113. considering also that they men; We have almost reached the never contribute to any local limit, through these columns, in enterprises or institutions as local speaking of the forty two sided business men do, and remembering Here that thev never pay a cent of hoggishness of Louisville. Formula on every package. comes another count, making forty taxes in any 01 tne communities three wJ can call to mind. They which they flood with their goods, FOR SALE BY its people, or a part of them at local men ought to have more least, are proposing to have their local patriotism than to patronize representative in Congress intro them. Then, too, while it is duce a bill appropriating $200,000 possible occasionally to buy some for a dredge boat for use in and particular article cheaper uoji a around this forty three sided town. mail order house than can be local It is just as we have stated time done of the proves merchant, yet that taking and again. Louisville is willing experience quality, service, accommodations and anxious for Federal and State aid for any kind of enterprise and other things iuto cansideration CONSIDER SIZE OF WIRE When Buying Fence in and around its vicinity but a customer gets better returns DON'T BE FOOLED by Weight per Rod or Roll strenuously objects to anything: from home buying. But there are some people who have the There's no "bunkem" about weight per panels, wearing them out before theirtime being done for the mountains. of buying roll when you buy "Pittsburgh Perfect" and making you buy more before you The. Louisville papers (Herald ineradicable habit because it is constructed without using should. '"Pittsburgh Perfect," the enly excepted) took seventeen fits and everything possible away from The fence with Electrically Welded Joints, is extra wire to make the fence-joint- s. The wise man said that turned black in the face so home. fabric of unequaled strength, wrapped, a one-pieextra weight of the joints in all vociferously did they propose to "the eyes of a fool are towards durability and economy, because we clamped.twisted or tied fences supplies no scotch any move to have Congress the ends of the earth". He must extra strength, but actually weakens these eliminate the expense of extra wire, and have had in mind those people make an appropriation toward fences by persistently dragging down the put this money into extra quality. building Boone Way from Cum- who always think thev can do Made in Different Strlef for FIELD. FARM. RANCH. LAWN. EverV' Rod Guaranteed CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN berland Gap to Crab Orchard better in trading elsewhere than not allow him to persuade whereby we mountaineers could at home. Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do write us direct. sell it, you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't get a show at some of the comforts CAN'T KEEP ITS E3RET. Perfect" Brand. of Barbed Wire: "PitUDoreh having If yoa are Jntereited in Wire Fencinsr. write by within of lite forFREEcopyofourALMANAC.1913-Stapl- e.; The splendid work ol Chamberreach a highway that would giv e lain's Tablets is daily becoming Regular Wir f- Pittsburgh Steel Co. us cheap transportation, which more widely known. No such Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania burfhPrfect,, Fencing. All made of Opea iVt' )&Wm would add greatly to our resources grand remedy for stomach ?Bd Hearta material. ac- liver troubles has ever been krown which lack development on count of poor roads and inability For sale by Chas. 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. BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store ; every deal is strictly confidential . BECAUSE Chas. C. Davis is never grouchy if you don't buy. 1 'J Uii&SMlfagM W Filled. 5 i3x3c&)oc :cScq Emergency Bank account tides vou through sickness, loss of employment, hard times, accidents and bad eroj )S. iSh3!SS4!SiBtSa KNOWLEDGE ipyifllli INSURES yon against bankruptcy after Uoods.lightning. tornadoes, and cyclones. Will get you out of auy trouble and keep you out. BANK WITH US . r. PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. Green Seal Paint will Convince You For Sale by J. B. NOE, MtVernon, Ky. JONAS McKENZIE SELLS Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence ce SELZ SHOES THE "ROYAL BLUE" examine the Selz Jine before you buy good pair IF you need a interest to is to your of shoes it &tiSZXf2gtt7v &sJ&2k:Ltt4 iJBSmmmrim; IB h JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY, "". :Ar Vernon, was with her daughter, Mrs. John Mullins Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Neighbors Sunday. Messrs J. A. Oliver, A WEEK OF SPLENDID are in Louisvil'e for a few days. Mahlen Summers, L. G. Falin, LNTERTAINMENT Mr. G. R. Evans, of the Skaggs W. E. Gray, J. W. Baker, W. A. Creek Section was in our town : Warren, W. H. Mahaffey, N. H. Last Friday began the closing Tuesday. S. E. Pennington was Oliver and O. D Bryant attended or Commencement exercises of in London on business Tuesday. the funeral of Able Pennington home. the third ear of the Langdon V. G Niceley is treating the at Mt. Vernon. Mrs A. FishChester Landrum. who has been Memorial Industrial school. On 8 Gable restaurant to a coat of back, of Mt. Vernon, was here in Florida for the past five months Friday morning the Kindergarten piint. Tohn Meadows and little with relativts last Friday John ' for his health has returned home haH open house. which was looking and he says feeling much witnessed by the parents of all the daughter, of Mt. Vernon were in Magee Jr., of Danville, is with Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co. our tow.i Tuesday The play relatives here this week. Light-Toimproved. little tots and many friends, and Thumbs Wedding, given at ning killed a fine cow for Dock TIME TABLE. Mesdames W. J. Sparks, S. F. of course it is useless to say that schoc 1 housd Tuesday night Jones anh one for Charley Moore 90 ucrtn and G. M. Ballard every move maae oy them was tbe 4.59 pm Bowman mm on Sand Hill Sunday eight. Rockcastle at the ' enjoyed. Friday evening was the was a success. 24 nortn 3:53 am represented Miss Alice Ward has returned Died May 3oth. 1913 at 6:15 p. 23 south 11:38 am meeting of the C. W. B. M. and music recital by Miss Abernathy's from Mt. Vernon where she has m. Mr. Abel Pennington, of a 21 South 12:19 am Eleventh District Sunday School pupils and each number rendered been visiting friends for a few complication of diseases. Ho was Jas. Landrum, Agent. 'convention which met at Jellico both vocal and at the piano days. Mr. Henry Woods, of bom in Booneville Ky., May 2, this week. Mrs. Bowman will brought a hearty applause. Sun- Phone No. 8. Snyder, visits our town quite' 1847, married to Angeline Kinc visit her sister at Chester Tenn., 'dav was the Baccalaureate sermon often and on Sundays too. We December 24 I8O7 and to that Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice before returning home. preached by Rev. George S. second-clas- s guess it means another wedding union were born 5 sons and u' mail matter. as Watson was heard by a crowded LOCAL soon. There is a certain widower daughters, T. J., S. E. and A. Monday alternoon on house. of Mt. Vernon, calling on a certain K. of Livingston, G. D. North PERSONAL Phoenix Silt Hosiery at Fish's. the lawn of the Langdon Memo- widow ot our town and we think Powder, Oregon, and J. A., who rial Campus was presented "Alice Milwaukee W. L Sparks was in another wedding will take place died some years ogo. Mrs. Neal Cut the weeds along the side- in Wonderland" by the Kinderon business last week. soon is jn Parrett and Mrs. W. H. Brown, Dr. W. T. Amy walk, abutting your property. garten, primary and a few ol ihe Miss Ethel Mudd, of Louisville Louisville for a few daa tills of Mt, Vernon, Mrs. Qrn Frith, Commercial Club meeting June grade pupils. This was lollowed is visiting Mrs. Fishback. weed Robert Shroeder, of Leb- Brodhead, Mrs. Robert Pike, o 10th. 7:30 p. m. Be on time. by a lew of the choruses from the was up from Walter Robins anon Jet., was in our town Mon- Livingston, Misses Plorence and Don't fail to ue at the Com- operetta Sylvia, which were re day. Earl Rice has returned Flora at homo. Brodbead first of the week. The deceased produced in honor of Mrs. Lanjj-dohome from college at Williams- was once a leading merchant of We are elad to report that Dr. mercial Club meeting next week. the lady who bv hergeneroufa S. 0. Davis coutinues to improve. There will be preaching at the gift- - hits made possible the present burg. Died. May, 26th. Mrs. our county and until a year or so Mrs. Robt. Shroader, of Lebanon Presbyterian Church, next Sun- high standing aud usefulness ot Sam Smith, of t;at dread disease ago held a posirion of trust with consumption after an illn&sff cf tile V. J. Sparks Co.. and. at th,q Junction, is with her mother, Mrs day morning and evening. the Langdon Memorial school. She leaves a time of ni& dfcaih was Marshal A. Fishback. Monday evening was thft Com- several months. The place to buy yourself a husband and lour small children of our town. He was laid to Vic Price has a position in a good saddle cheap is at W. T. mencement proper. The program, rest large gents furnishing goods store Davis' repair shop on Old Main st as presented was a piano duet, and a host of friends to mourn with Masonic honors in the d her ose.. She was a member of cemetery at Mt. Vernon. in Indianapolis. Midsummer Nights' Dream by The late storms have given the the Methodist, .ebureh since she He had been a member of Misses Abernathy aud ROvvlee, the Miss Clyde Watson, of Brodhead telephone people and users con was 17 years of age. She wffs Baptjut cliuyph fqr yoavs. P. L. by Rev. George S. Watson. Peace Prayer visited her sister, Mrs. slderable extra trouble, work and l.iid to rest in the family burying be to his slumbering dust glory The three Durham, this week. graduates, M:S-annoyance. Martha Huff, essay, "The Rights ground at Pine Hill to awiM the to his immortal Soul. Miss Alice Ward, of Livingston, If you are not already wearing of the Country Child"; Miss Rae call of her Master. has been with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. A very sad accideut occurred one of those famous White Cat Hunt, "The Relation of the We miss her coming footsteps, McKenzie since Saturday. Sunday night at the home of Mr. Klosed Krotch Union Suits from Kindergarten to the Child" ant We miss her everywhere, Engineer James Reynolds, of you were. k. B. Mullins when the two year Fish's its time Litton," "The Home is not what it use to be, Miss Bertha Paris, was here last week to see old baby of Mrs Hiram Hurd Since Mother js not there. Sunday night's rain was one ol Value of Industrial Education to his relative T. J. Proctor. fell down a flight of steps, strik-'nacquitted themselves with But she has found another honip Henry Wood Jr., was over from the hardest ever known, and did girls"; the back of its head, rondering the That is beautiful and fair, Conway during the week attend- much damage to tresh plowed honor and credit to the institution little fellow unconscious, causing from which they were about to And we shall try to meet her, ing the Commencement exercises. land, este nally on hill sides. partial paralysis and which the Again some day up there. All stock holders of the Mt. receive their diplomas of graduJones Fish went to work the doctors pronounce a fatal injury, ation. Sam Hllard Jjas been on the although the chile may day after his arrival at Los Vernon Fair Association who have next live for 'Elfentanz" was artistically sick list for a few days but iq Angeles, Caiiforuia, at a good not already signed the amended rendered several flays. The mothet who by Miss Frances Sparks some better at this writing. Mr, will articles of incorporation salary. was making her home at the please call at J. Fish & Son's and loudly applauded. The solos and Mrs. James McGuire, of Mullins residence Miss Ella Mae Blanford was up had started up of Miss Abernathy and Mr. Michel Sunday to store and sign and acknowledge were greatly appreciated, as they Paris, are visiting their daughters stairs with the little one to retire. here from Livingston Mrs. Hugh Jenkins and Mrs. burial of Mr. A. same. attend the are by Mt. Vernon people, who Alvin Carico. -- Miss Rissie Oliver The baby was in front and the It is tne better way for deposi have long since learned to look Pennington. mother tollowing only a few steps is very sick at this writing. Miss behind and on reaching the top step W. R. Dyche and tors to make out their own deposit forward with great pleasure when Dr. and Mrs. slips. In fact its best all around. either of them is to sing. The Mable Niceley has returned home turned to look for its mother children, of London, were w.th from Berea where she ""has been Mr-aMrs. tL B. Mullins first It saves the time of the banker class address was delivered by the attending college. C. A. Blan- when it lost its ballauce and fell nd aud then in case an error should Rev. W. Frances Irwin, D. D of to the first landing, receiving an of the week. occur the slips show up in the Louisville, subject "Happiness ford, agent at this place has been injury which will prove fatal. It Mrs. J. W. Browning, of Liv as a and Power', which was one of quite sick fur the past week vas a very sad affair and no one ingston, has been the recent guest hand writing of the depositor protection to both interested power and wisdom forcibly pres- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walton and feels the shqck mote than Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fields: Miss Aunje Parsons attended, parties and Mrs. Mullins in so much ented and will no doubt serve as a the graduation Interior Journal. exerpise at On account of a freight wreck gi'eat inspiration to the large and Barboursville the 29th. A man that the accident occurred in Judge W. R. Cress, of Monticello has announced as a candidate for of nine bars on Chicago hill, be- appreciative audience who heard by the name of Hodge and Miss their home. It has only been a Wednesday. him. The presentation of the di Locie Bryant eloped to Tenn,, last short time since the father, was Lebanon, County Judge of Wane, subject yond killed by a locomotive Mail train 23 de toured via Frank plomas by M rs. Langdon in a few week and were near to the Democratic primary. married. We fort. Richmond and Livingston, so but appropriate remarks and the know that it is not right to steal Sparks Quarry, leaving a wife Miss Mayme Litton, of East benediction by Dr. Cheek, brought but if the parental objections wore aud five children in the most Bernstadt. attended the Com we had no south bound mail for Three of the nearly 24 hours; the first occur- to a close a most successful year's so that this was the only way out destitute circumstances. mencement exercises of the children were sent to the rence of this kind hereabouts fcr work of the Langdon Memorial has the man committed a sin? Langdon Memorial School this orphans home, one is being kept school. a quarter of a century. Mrs. G. W. Martin has returned week. by Mr. W. A. Falin, and the The most impressive service ot Thus. F. and Andrew J. from Stauford after a few days little one which was not two Judge S. D. Lewis took Mrs. Commencement week was the Williams, Automobile dealers of visit with relatives. Miss Pearl Lewis to Louisville Monday, at cl vears old untilj last Wednesday, farewell CommuuionSeivice held Big Stone Gap, Va., passed Anglin.of Mt.Veri.oni has been placed her in the Infirmary wher would have been taljen to the Tuesday alternoon, at 2:30 p. m. through here Monday enroute assisting her grandfather, My. she will be under the treatment orphans, home tomorrow. Besides the Pastor, Dr. Fullerton, home with two new Buick J. W. Baker in the stQre this of a specialist. 31 week and hhe makes a. splendid Dr. Irwin, Rev. Michel, Dr. At my shop on Old Main St., is Mrs. Daisy Hunt and Mr. Cheek, participated. At this ser ears from the factory at Flint, clerk. Candjdates are getting as Mich. They have been boosting the place to get all kinds leather Ward Moore were here from Crab vice five of the girls namely; Jen i the Boone Way in their country thick now as locust were in goods repaired. W. T. Da vis. Orchard Tuesday to attend the Morrow Miller, Brilla Johnsou, time Mrs Nora and we feel pretty sure they will Pharoe closing exercises of the Langdon Esther Sasser, Verdie Cornett, gone to Paris and Contractor A. N. Bently began keep it up after they get their Jenkins has Memorial School. for a few days to Monday tearing down the west and Sallie Stewart were baptized machines home over this proposed Cincinnati room of the Mrs. relatives &nd frieudsCollier was here and received into full communion National Highway. visit VanWinkle Mr. R. L. Ve are having lots of sickness in building. The rest of the building Wednesday and reported that Mrs of th; Presbyterian church. A friend told us that on Mondaj this The talks were all a source of community. Mrs. Sam will bo moved toward the building Collier who recently underwent a serious operation is doing as well inspiration and help to those who the first day of Circuit Court, he vVard has returned from Paint now occupied by the Postofflce, shook hands with fourteen met. Lick where she has been visiting to make room for Sutton & 's heard them. as could be expected. new brick store room. Mrs. 4Mcss Mullins, R L. McFerron and Gus Staver inside of ten minutes., and that relatives Judge B. J. Bethurum, who has twelve out of the iourteen were if Paris, has returned home after The VanWinkle property when been in Louisville since January son are figuring on establishing a candidates lor county offices. a few days visit with her parents, remodeled and the post office 10th under treatment, returned to general supply house of builders changes hands, will be occupied London Echo. Mr. and Mrs. Alien Mounce. Somerset last week, aud hie many materials. If the plans are carried vVe know that Laurel Tibs vV. W. Oliver has said a lot to bv the new postmistress Mrs. friends were glad to see him much into exepution, they will supply who has already a long felt want, as they will be plenty of candidates, but Laurel Jie Junior Order and they will Cleo Brown, improved. 13 not one two three a hall thereon in the near been appointed and is now awaitcompared erect to furnish everything from Capt. Bently with ''Watch able with Rockcastle when you talk future. George Hellard his ing her commission to take charge Harvey" and his wrecking crew the foundatiou to the roof. It about candidates and especialh gone to Knoxville where he has of the office. is certainly needed and we hope are moving the house lately occu On one a position with tbe L. & N. R. R. will not the project stop. for the jailer's office. Shoe repairing neatly done at pied by J. W. Van Winkle, prepar- tbey street corner in Mt. Vernon a Co. Such an enterprise will pay end a reasonable price. W. T. Davis. atory to erecting a brick store few days .since, were seen ttn Miss Celia Mink has returned is badly needed. house for Sutton & McBee. candidates all for the same r ffict from Knoxville Tenn. Robt. Cox Mattes Home Baking Easy Mt. Vernon will have a number that of jailer, and with a serious Johnny Griffin who had that then if Mt. Vernon was in our town ol good houses go up this summer were missing seven candidates whi Saturday. W. M. French who operation performed at a Louisville three in particular, being the two are also aspiring for hospital two months sinpe from that most has been in Texas for the past story bricks to be erected by important office. few months has returned. Miss which he slowly recovered, is at his fw.o McBee and F. Krueger Mullius station but of uttfln has returned Annie M. Walton home near the froe by Mrs. Mollie Rider, On Monday evening the home from Barboursville where not doing as well as his friends had and j which, if built' will be a handsome Woman's club entertained with v in Union College hoped for. three story structure and it is reception in honor of Mrs. La s- at $ town. The Livingston Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Huffman almost certain it will be erected. ' don of Baltimore, ft at the hnm K.I LULuoer Co., has started their saw and little son, William, of Hunt- The two brick store buildings, one Mrs. W. J. Sparks, The porcr mill and are cutting lots of ington, W Va., have been with next to Jonas McKenzie's and was lighted with Japanese lantern- lumber. James Poynter has Mrs. Fishback for a few days. the other on the lot where Mr. and at one end punch was served moved into his new house on Mr. Huffman has returned home Krueger's building burned three There was no regular program top of Sand Hill. We had no and Mrs. Huffman and little son years ago are certainties. There but the music by Miss Sparks letter last week on account of remain here during the will also be several new residences Mr. Michel will and the girls chorus, oeing on the sick list but we are summer. two of which are now under con - added to the pleasureof the guests iome better and will now dish out Word was received here a few struction, viz: E. B. Cox and ln the dining room ice .cream and ;he news. Mrs. R J. Lemmonds day since announcing the serious Joe McKenzie. Tbe year of 19 13 strawberries with individual cakes, has returned from a visit to St. illness of Mrs. R. G. Williams promises to be a most fruitful one j mints and outs were served. Tin. Louis and Louisville. Mr. and ADSOIUtely of Covington, but later reports for Mt. Vernon, the only town the last open meeting of the Mrs. E.. C. Oliver and children Thm only baklna nowdmr eaysjshe is much better, which in Kentucky which had an iu- - season, was thoroughly enjoyed )f Mt. Vernon ind., left for their flttNfe from Royml Crapm relieved a very great anxiety of crease 01 over 10 per cent irom both by the Mt. Vernon peoph iome Monday after a visit with Grmatn of Tartar 1900 to 1910. and the out of town guests. the friends and relatives here. ielatives here. Mrs. T. B. Lair iviiziuem auu Minnie MT. VERNON SIGNAL Gentry are yisiting their brother E. F. Gentry at aynetown, Ind. Mt. Vernon, Ky. , June 6, 1913 Mrs. H. McPerron and daughChristine, who ter, "7Cull up "No. 79" waen- T7Q been Miss Florida for the have Myouwan toCommunl- jL JJ past in cats with SIGNAL several months have returned ... isics LANGDON MEMORIAL LI VliNGSTON. JofMt. gg? m a CLOSES. " ft 1 mm :ZPr v.,r. Notice the I V ROT & crotch of this YT m Suit. It is m w union closed ! 12 I No seam, buttons or opening in the crotch Perfectly smooth, elastic, comfortable! No binding, bunching or chafing. The Closed like a nair of drawprc White Cat Union Suit with Klosed Krotch ' (Patented) n, is the first really comfortable union suit. You will never know-rea-l underwear satisfaction till you try it Come and let us show it to you, p & $1.00 and $1.50 No K0rHERF0AtJAft-THSSS- Elm-woo- : HlliyillllllllllM RrecTicrN" CLOTHS& fliVr ,' I pniilinnWffi a " ; Amj on now -- OOK X&T I f 7 lV m EWIOIrm' MTdlK sfnnftnnmimHirmTiiiTiuTii0slmf5iil5iii P" W ll S"Ay"FAB TtiB. fPUKtf OUr FC&. K r nrjr lii-- F p jr v .m iMk ti vqwra AWX k QrSiW M ."ti jU g .klL In the swim. That's where you want your in well styled, carefully tailored clothes. When he wears c&?&cfo7Q Clothes you know that he has the best the very best to be had. boy to be. Dressed right up to the notch ilil iiill llMIBIllfiffil mMMmiiB l I FRONT li iriBACK it f gTgqffljl HATS Come to us for your tat, and w Euanatoe to suit both yoz tast and your pocket-booWe have all the nrw, atxapes and shades and our hats bit ealy loox well, but wear well. Just now we are busy outfitting the lads with their Spring clothes and "fixings." Especially good all wool suits for dress and play; jtylh K $1-0- 0 to $5.00 I as IHl.igiiHS l-- fi a a :w q M sftvi ssnasisss! fwii;lyi"i:tj - Mc-Bee- - I &AKlN sin 1 POWDER Plire ( Miss Rose McCird was the has Eveuing Meeting less ot a most enjoyable house parJuneio, '13 ty at the Langdon hjnie from Quarrelsome men are not business ! Wednesday until today, when the builders, Chas. C. Davis young JadieSjStudents of tl e school,, After all, Supply and Demand in whose honor this most enjoyable? Controles the price event was planned, will leave fur Geo. S". Watson their respecrive homes. The folMt. Vornon now, and twenty lowing compose the list: C. C. Williams years ago Misses Mary M. Lathim, Rae "United we stand, Divided we tall" Hunt, Bertha V. Litton, Judge Bethurum M. Litton, Martha A. Huff, Jennie Let ea'ch member be present we Morrow Miller, SallyeB. Reynold, are anticipating a happy meeting. Sally A. Stewart, Tabithali. Hiatt, U. G. Baker.'jPres. Maret, Secy., Jas. Frances jForbes, Mary Clarkion. Eila Carson, Roe McCord, Mrs. SHAKE OFF YOUR J. W. Brown, Messrs. Chaster RHEUMATISM. Now is the timo to get rid of Landrum, James Thompson, Heryour rheumatism. Trya twenty-fiv- e bert ,Cox, David Craig, Rob Omerand Llojd Chestnut, cent bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and see how quickly Lewis Miller and Everett Mulline. your rheumatism pain disappear. Sold by Chas. C. Davis. MOST CHILDREN HAVE For Sal, e: One 20 H. P. WORMS. boiler and engine, saw mill and grist mill and shingle mill, line Many mothers think Uieir children are suffering from indishaft, belting, pulleys, in fact gestion, headache, nervousness everr thing thereunto belonging. weakness, costiveness, when thj' Will sell or trade to stock. are victims of that most common of all children's ailments worms-Peevish- , R. L. McFerron fretful, May 30-- Tf Mt. Vernon, Ky. children, who toss and grind thew BEST LAXATIVE FOR THE teeth, with bad breath atL& colicy pains, have all the symptons-o- f AGED having worms, and should, be Old men and women feel the given Kickapos. Wovm filler, a need of a laxative more than pleasant cady lozenge; which 1. l tn Cn expels imiinrv (nlln 501ms, regulates the bowels-tofie- s and harmless and one which will up the system, and makes; "ot cauSe Paio- - Dr. King's New children well and h&ppy. Kiska lj,,e p,1,s are especially good, for poo Woim Killer is guaranteed. lh aSe.d for the' act promptly All druggists, or by mail. j an" eas'lv- - Price 25c. 25c. Kickapoo Indian Medieine-Co.- , mended by Chas. C. Davis. Philadelphia and St. LflfuU. Tuesday Ma-mie ie, ered, Mt. Vernon Com. Club Program 1 Pj-ic- e r'li'm niirHrawrficfctetefea'iSShi "X,-...-- . MiliiinTlwwnni iTTi ..,:.' i HOT FLASHES. jiIm' of hot flashes. They arc at tlisi singe Women in middle s(c often which only Dr. of life when their deticaic on(ji.ibm ncciM a tonic and helping-han- d Pierce's Favorite Prescription can ivc thorn. Many women suffer needlessly from girlhood to womanhood end from motherhood to old ae with backache, dizzi" ness or headache. A woman often becomes dccplcss, nervous, " irritable and feels tired from morning to night. When pains and aches rack the womanly system at frequent intervals, avi yo:ir neighbor clout broken-down,- j, tc3a'iJ6cs2&gfcja a WshaiJ RSPB! Httt ?i3ia !l ISBP9 h!8 Ilirl IrlsH rllfh I rNI InfrlP cn AMiiEtnvyv en veil pens I Etti!ikaaaa w'w-Wr'"'- '' " -- - ttr.cv ; . (. E R 5 virTn-uTT'T?- wo .; I - -M- ;-"" """ H " ' "'" ' " i mijiimhmi-esgasr-f -t- s-- sa UiyynllU!&.alib.lJ B S Uli'LiL a ' "Teachers to Teach Teachers to Teach" Needed Today. HEARD AT COUNTRY STORE. It Helped Reduce Expenses of Doctor Ptesr&e's Favorite Prescription. Brntalon Ftrcot. Mrs. J. Imior. of wrote you about nine mcnl!is Si'o, ii."!in;j j . u of say condition. I have a line baby girl she veieheJ nine 'joumi a when Urn. Elio is lay lh:rd child and the strongest of thciri &II. My E'lttVrin? wi ca!y for tvo hours. I took several bottles of 'Favorite Prescription in:l c.ne cf Dr. Pierce's Smart-WeeI never had a tt I day before I to'.k ym.r raccHcines. I was ; surprised how well I felt could eat 3 junim.and never had a sick stomach. The nurse who was with no sail so medicine wa3 wonderful because I trot alone so nicely after havir r hml so much troi'.b'c before. iveryDooy is bhe intends to recomrrend it to nil iic.-- s.u en v i':itnt S'p! &&&. "02 pmn.it Ixilcrc and now 1 astonishel at me because I onTy Jtfzf'f 'ig$M weisrh 1S5. I have had several ' e t rr " - about Dr. Piece's U ",V!Js;-z. help. is medicine. I am vrf!"r.fr to nxo men 1 i'. to .V! i. t i!Ter and " Mss. Imiiof & CuiLD, If any want information I vi'l U- - iilad t ?fo it i' 221 S. 3.M., d. -as r'-ra1 1 '. says: I Domestic Science Course. ATTENDANCE 100 PER CENT. i Two Old Timers Express Their Views Colored High School of Owensboro on Up to Date Educational Methods Among the First to Offer Full Four Expenses of State Normal School. and Year Instruction In Household Art. Every Girl Pupil and Several Boys place. "Old Fashioned" Training No Longer "Good Enough." Now Enrolled. ' and sister, Sarah . Mnlhiis. several days Hist week One ol thr hardest rains ot the season fell hoiu Sunday nijht. Mr. W. J. Dchord, of Walnut firove, was the guest of J. H. Mullins last wrelc. Mrs. George Parks and chli(!ren, of Livingston, are with Iter danuhlor, Mrs. Hen Mullins, this wtek and will move to Ida Mav in the near future vhere f.Ir. Parks has a good position uith a coal mine at that Uieir -- as,daughter ot Mr. A. Cum niins and ut. v.mon. sou, visited 1 S - -- 7". eu wuo: ibhkii no in I - PS 1 llvCUl P,l jFfi E lR?3slffi TW ? K-ff- -- cS"e-..'Xi- 'r i Tor Infants and Children. W1 il !N. The Kind You Have Always Bought AU'OilOL 3 PHR CEKT ..NcC'PlallcPrcpaiTiiionrcrAs-sfmitolfngificFbotiantfRcgi- !! hlyrV tyT3" ItC lingllicSionctrisariiiDiwesscf iX Bears tlie Signature of m vY TVi' l0 mm&Emmi ." " " TL X lit- - tU4-- J "D iUtriOlUWU J4-,,- 4 fsUl-- . VJUilJWUlCU at 12 2i.l, M. 5" to insure a living colt, money due when colt is foaled, inure traded, sold or bred to other stock. Due care will betaken to prevent accidents, but not respo-s- i ble should any occur. In olTerins this very high class horse for Qorvipp vlp ffl U.-- . in s trainer 1,h:it ho i llin trrPntist lmvso tlmt cvpr nfi ... V. ...v. W stood in lh!s county. A coal black: with rlar and hind ankles white, nanus uign, a )erii-cr- , niocici in lonn aiiti stvie. vioes tu UK- !. gaits with speed and action, and a fine breeder See padigrne beiow : Will make the reason of 1913 in our care DONN.31 ...- - r Chester Dare 1 10 i T51ocl: Squirrel Elaok Eajjle 5S ( 74 Mollie 70 77.") Nannie G arrett 172 ' Diguit Dare Re--- . j No. 1932 ' i: annie ( Akin Win. Welch o ft u o Welclunont 1 1. r,y.unont "Say, did you ever notice how easy It Is to spend the state's money? That school, the one they will the normal ychool, Ubes about $."i0,0C0 a year, I hear. That $."0,000 is for just the normal school in this end of the state too." Mighty different when we were hovs. Bill. We didn't have to have teachers to teach teachers to teach!" two old codgers in front of the country store shook their heads sadly foli(is und the extravilKllllcea over youn-man who cf the present day. had been industriously whittling a stick and listening attentively at the same time laughed, and then asked, "How much of the ?."O,G00 does this county pay:" 1 uuiiuo, answered one oi uie men. "Well. I do." snapped the youth. "A Utile less than S7U0. that's all." "Well, what do we get back for it? An' what do the other counties in the state get for what money they put inV" "You get a number of trained teachers, and so do the other counties in a 1 Duni a o Black Squirrel 5S r Retl Squirrel I Lightn ing Re No.54921 Ha dress '."iS tjuil the state." "We don't need 'em. The ol' fasht Abdullah M'ossenger ioned kind are od enough." Dam of Gill's Ver-- ( "Hold on a moment! Think! When inont. you men were bys a bright youngster could go into any doctor's ollice f llhick Eagle for a couple of years, then hang out 1 Mo.lie 70 his shiugle and practice medicine. fThe Shanklin horse He did the best he could, but you wouldn't think of having that sort of C'onover's Elastic Nat I'.rown SI Dan Not Traced 150S20 Hennie r l Wieks Chief MILLER &c BEAZLEY KYT. MT. VERXON, Eg3OttaKVa!TBEgg physician for your family today. "I'd like to know what that's got to do with teachln' school." "Just tills that your ideas about school and teachim: are about fifty years behind the times. If you must have a trained man to look after your child's body you certainly inut have a trained man or woman to look after the child's mind." "I get mighty tired of yon youngsters with all your newi'aiurled ideas tell you what, for spending money. you're tryin' to do things too fast." "There!" snapped the young man again. "I told you yon didn't stop to think. Two years a:r in front of this very store I heard both of you cussin the Boyr,' Corn club movement. You said that nobody could possibly grow 100 bushels of corn on an acre of land in this neighborhood or in the state of Kentucky for that matter." 1 Misses Ilrd'.ie anil Martha Durr.?F ar.al2Sf.CcnKLisncKr Three years ago. when very few ham, of r3".io. M.s visited high schools in Kentucky were offerNOT jMARC OTIC. Mr... Pearl Anderson Sunday. ing a course in domestic science, the &&cfoU3c24iznnzm Colored High school at Owensboro Thos. Durham who ha- - been ip made a beginning. The board of edu- - poor i,e:litn for ?me t,1(, re,.,.ii. JL law fe'V cation there at that time. like many JicUicSJ'- :R".'.iA' . Melvin wa hampeied uj about the same. Mrs. others in the state. ' . arnt-l- r a lack or lands. Tiio oaru nlo litul is eerv s.f:Ir with meilsii'S before it the experience of other hut very dale' Thce hr.s , schools where the expense account or ....- - .in i ,ilia piiu im nu 'twiivcu in ci the domestic science course had prove,.i tui & ;s Ap'.ct Iteaady i was a ditlicult account of so much rain and then quite a burden. It li-- '. problem, but the faculty of the Iiiuh are some few that are not dot e school felt that the work could be put aniLoss qf Sleep. Fred Mullins was upon a basis that would make it al- planting yet ssfSr ne33 lacSir.J; sifcatx'2 cf last wetk ui hi narhoiitsville :uo;s most self sustaining. f High school of some p.irMt uia r business or otlii-- r Today the Colored ttuZ;'ics&& w i COW ij Owensboro has a four year course in domestic science and will graduate uul we think that tlio most par1m: CcirrAUii --.a::p.Y3r, uI KV,T YOKK. t'tV.- seven girls that have taken this full ticular hiiMne.ft was to see how wrr&n&Zz&&&Sttim. course. During these four years only jne of Livingston's certain voiiiijj i ri--- t vj' vl. .h. rrn x rmm nm njm three girls have failed to take the ladies wils gelling along in school. course, and this year 1(M per cent of G. 1. Mullins is in Richmond the girls in the high school take domestic science. Besides thee girls. his week or. business. It might be well to add that there are Exact Copy cf Wrapper. CIT. TMC CCNTAUtl COMPANY. NCW tO eight boys enrolled in the classes, so TAKE'pLKXTY TIM Ii- TO that the figures should really read i KAT. 100 per cent plus. There is a saying that "rapid A five cent dinner and lunch counter handled by the domestic science de- eating is slow suicide . lf iiiiiimfuwHMnmmmimumnTmtwmii partment have made this splendid nave tornied the habit of eating z i work possible. The cost of material ion rapidly you are most ltkeh i UU. cooking and sewing classes In both AVx. uffenng from indigestion or con-has been met each year by the board stipation, will which result r3 of education paying a deficit of abouc tVeiituallv in serious illness unless' PRACTICAL $o a month. Digestion begins in 3 corrected. dinThe pieparation of this five cent UNDERTAKERS Food should be 5 ner would seem to be a definite lss in die mouth. some o'f the technical training, but it thoroughly masticated and insali Z3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS, appears otherwise when one visits the vated. T .en when jou have a jn AND school. fullness of the stomach or feel dull K3IJiAUIKUS Zl It appears to be of absolute value in and stuui d after e.tting, tak- - one geneial training, as the girls are the Mt. Veruon, Ky. Many used in small relays, so that each girl of Chamherlain's Tablets . in the school comes to this special severe cases of stomacii tiouM.-nd constipation h.ivi been cured work once a week. The class book, '1 h.ev y the use ol these tii;U'ts which is carefully kept, shows exactly s4- r the work the pupil has done each time .t'e easy to take and most agree Licencd Hinbalmfr will have charge of that line of r: 3 she has been on duty for a dinner and p:e in effect. Sold by Chas. C j z work for the company. s luncheon. lAi is. made biscuit and afterIf she has Hearse sent to all points r !rr- Orders b3r wii'e promptly tilled. ward cleaned the stove this week the fr"mi next she will probably prepare a salad Manager! and clean the refrigerator. In the . ::- ProiuolcsBia sttonJCkerful- - rxj W ft TV In L-- cn i V (t-l,'Vj- l T 1 L j i Use "Yor.ns.l'oro-uIsiosJ:c'."cnsu- - For Over V. T hirty Years j Uf - 3SSSSS!SSFmW VMNUN w-y- I j mmmm -- 1 UpMiT i t r jr COUCH Coffins and Robes. SETALIC CASKETS S . il I Office m, i GEORGE OWENS, M.iiiumi-nta- l Vernon & Buildiiig im hi i PHONE 112 .t A Check on The SVSt.Vernon Bank is a check on your payments. When it comes back to you it is an indisputable receipt for your money. Payment by check is a check on spending, too. You think twice before drawing a check. And the second i thought often results in your not drawing it at all Open an account and you'll save in spite of 3Tourself. THE BAN4 OF MT. VBBNON MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. W. I,. RICHARDS, President. A. 11. FURNISH, Cashier. "In this stale during the past sumboys, boys in the country mer fifl-- i schools. bos yet under eighteen, grew Do you 1C0 bushels or much better. two men know that this movement has been handled by the very school you are fussing about? Tour thousand boys in this s(aie grew an acre ot corn apiece in the Boys' Corn club contest. I'd be willing to bet that each one of A l'lVE CENT MEAL. the 4.000 ei'rned $10 more than he would have earned if there hadn't course of the school year she will have been any Boys' Corn clubs in the state, covered a certain definite amount of practical housekeeping work. There wouldn't he?" is the added value that she has pre"I reckon so." "Well. then. 4.000 boys earning $10 pared this food in quantities sutlicient each makes $10,000 of that $."0,000 the for an ordinary family, and not in lab state is .ponding on that school, don't oratory quantities. It might be urged that a high school It? Peoms to me as if it was a rather good investment for the state if it doe.i Is hot a vocational school, and that our schools are not preparing girls for happen to be newfangled." lunch loom service. This is all true, but the greatest indictment brought WARD TO SPEAK AT LOUISMISS against our schools today is that they VILLE. do not give our boys and girls a grip If never there, you ought o go. on live, real, everyday things. The you'll want to qo. If ever there, work lu this school seems to give this Elizabeth Ward, wlio will Florence and at the same time helps to sustain he one of the principal speakers at the Itself while giving'all the pupils someApril K. E. A. meeting at Louisville. thing that Is wholesome to eat at a 30. May 1. 2 and '., is a specialist. Addremarkably low . ed to her experience as a graduate of There are high schools all over the the Chicago Kiiidoreaiton college and country that cannot afford domestic science. There are many others where the girls are doing laboratory domestic science, and a large percentage of the pupils go to the corner grocery or a cheap confectionery for their uooi, pr-ice- '"Well 7" ;pj ji-'- i ki 7 ,.ri"" iiiiiuiiiuiiiiiigiiiimiiiuiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiuirc ! ""lTTi"na - f But is proajptly relieved . . . i. By tae mecicai nounsnment in Sccti's Emulsion which norve-qsicic- il ' ? j4t rrmriinmii iianiMiiimii rjz& " m h cct a ? 1 greatest cut nature's I -- aui'ecr, nerve without r, alcofcol cr opiate. S:clt & Bowne. BloomficW. X. J. i 13-- J.CMcCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER j.jl DLE IfPad cling, Sew- . ,,-'-: :- C ." - Ky 71" LA i I :3cctx mummtimtmm .4 y 1 0- - un & from - L Lvv NEATLY DONE jIen. U'nwon and Bovs' Saddles, ranging in prioe 1 A 1 L S4.StolS.OO. fr m FOUND, the place to buy Spectacle and Hyeglasscc for $l.oUf.nd up. Gold. Silver and Aluminum Frames. Largest selection in town. Eyes testeo I'Yee. Years of experieiKe Old Main street back of Court house. "UNi o 4pJJKr W. T. DAVIS. X&$&C5 serving the children with an appetiz- luncheon. The value as well as the economy o jhwki.hr and ornciAX. CO' J. C. MOORE DKCS. STORE UHDB Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e w CoffinsfuVnished Hearse sent to all parts of the County stii ing, inexpensive meal, scientifically prepared. Is obvious. Their health N conserved and, a practical course in domestic science is made possible. Is it not possible to gain both things at the same time by a carefully prepared course of study? It certainly is worth thinking about, for people everywhere are looking to the school for more real every day efficiency. Don't Get Ino a Rut. rut in the road is bad enough, but I rut in your life work is infinitely A forty-seaon- d gjcqirsj,SK3!g30 P. H. Conover MT. VERNON, KY, Dentist Phone 19-S. &S fe Fron tRoDins o cr Raker's Store rt "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- ceived from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la. grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht 3Jr H saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, H they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's W Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she lias, had no Hr more trouble. I s'hall never be without I j$s Saved Girl's Life Black-Draught," jf poo: J All Phone orders by Wi re Promptly Filled W. T. FRANCES, 5wa-K,fs- .V II jy 94-S W fl -i r- MT. VERNON, KY SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JUNE 8th worse. Get out of the rut and come to Louisville April 30, May 1, 2 and ' v ? k .i, t 1 t annual meeting 6, to the nrnfin t ilk '! t of the Kentucky Educational association. TTome. ami otlice in the late residence It'll do you good to meet new facea r. Myers formerly occupied onOIO MISS FLOltEXCi: ELIZABETH WARD. nd see "some of the old ones again. MainSt.,Mt. Vernon. good to see and know that as heart of the kindergarten department of the Iowa Teachers' college, is Kentucky is thoroughly alive educaher work as a member of the national tionally. It'll do you good to see over 5,000 people together who are interestcivic league commission in 190S. While a member of this commission ed in education. Miss Ward visited and inspected the ii iTfgk If never there, you ought to go. schools of Europe. If ever there, you'd want to go. jL03 V35" Dentist a 1 V V- g j& Hi i Ifll-do.yo- u J. P."BBBr Dentist; fli 2J J a . in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizziness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught. It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. LACK- - RAUGHT J 5 g a 4 J S $i Trip Round BSSBSi SPECIAL TRAIN sjg Hiu"l2'MAlBI J& v Crown and Bridge Work a spec ia All work guaranteed. Oer U. G. Baker's Store. "WE A 11 DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE Round Trip k ' cTwTiliariiQ, ATTORNEY-AT-LAffJm And don't have to grease but once a week. Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL Bvli m lJW 1 fAll FnTbH Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS ) VERNON. KY. rOFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor t TheBank of Mt. Vernon, on Churr street. Special attention giver MT. to collections. Phone No. 80. CO. Lexington, Ky. r. ..u- - -