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Mount Vernon signal: June 13, 1913 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913061301_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: June 13, 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. r rmfir-M- i , Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. mm 1 . .. j got w- Bp'lllilJll N- - atom ifiMltq Established 1887 NUMBER 8,7 MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1913. LEVEL GHEEN. BIG CELEBRATION. There is to be a 4th. of July Rev. James Cummins filled his of Mrs. W. F. Carter and children celebration at the Grounds iw. .t tuocKcasue oumy r : a .& u regular appointment at Poplar rair n, MUa Minnie- Dnnlnn rfitnrnpd ine c&jA r vv .- ' IV11VA .. v. Ky. Great prepar- Grove Saturday and Sunday. home last Wednesday, after at Brodhead, .m, There was a meeting at Friendspending several weeks in Shelby ations are being made for a nice ship last Saturday for the purpose and Owen counties. Mrs. T S. time, and with the push behind of selecting a spot for the it that the parties who are in Frith and little giand-daughwill no erection of a new church house Miss Elnora Frith, returned home charge will give, this extra, in the and it was decided to build it from Monon, Ind., last Friday, doubt be something just in front of the old one inwhere she was called to the bed way of a FOURTH OF JULY been a stead of just across Brush Creek side of her father, Mrr Granison PICNIC. There has not in they will likely begin about Roberts -- Mr. and Mrs fci. E celebration of this nature county for several August. Misses Katie Price and Christie are spending a few days Rockcastle Dahlia Bailey were in Livingston with his mother in Bluetield, W. years, and the public will no last Saturday. Jud Hatcher, of !Va. Mr. and Mrs Arch Roberts, doubt appreciate this privilege of Middlesborough visited his mother of Monon, Ind., were guests of his coming together on that day. Next to Christmas, the day in first of the week. C. E. Mullins, sister, Mrs. T. S. Frith, the latter part of last week. O. C.Willmoti which we should honor the the drummer, was hore last Wednesday. of Knoxville, Tenn.,was with his birth of the Savior of the world, every American Miss Ola DeBovd, ol this olace, imther during: the week Mrs. should be with Citizen, the Fourth of July, that and Miss Nannie Catron, of CatJacob Elder spent a few days with her son, Walter, at Eubanks last day on which our Independence ron, are visitiug relatives at Cedar week. Mr. Granison Roberts as a nation was declared, and the Creek. Mr. and Mis. G. E. ever be kept in Price and little son, Clyde, spent died at the home of his son, Arch day should Roberts, in Monon,' In 1., last memory by the genex'ation that Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson. week, and was brought here for is now growing up. A program for the occasion will -- Cam Mullins and Dee Cummins burial. After short services by We were here last week and spent the Rev A. J. Pike he was laid to later occur in this paper. rest in the Christian Church Cein understand there will be speeches a night with W. F. DeBord. Mrf . etery. Mr. Roberts was 8- - years by distinguished men suitable for G. B. Lawrence was in Mt. Ver of age and is survived by a the occasion, innocent sporls will non Tuesday and Wednesday.--Georg- e Bray of Wabd made his number of children, three of go to make up the programme, trip over across Brush whom were present at the funeral 'Dinner on the Grounds" will be usual Mrs. T- - S. Frith, Mrs. Gus Giesel a feature to be enjoyed as an Creek last Sunday. Mrs. Nichols and Arch Roberts. M. A. outing, plenty ice water on. the who has been visaing her daughter Stevens, Walter Tut'pin. Jesse ground whicl will be tree for all, Mrs. L J. D.eBord has goue 0 of the Pongq to make her homo wUh Wallin and Whim Adams were at It if? the intentions Rqht.--Mlsmanagement to have a good her son Maude home Sunday from Perkins. Mefry Go Round Thompson aiter spending two Preston Overbay, who lives three brass band, the miles west from here is reported is now on the ground aud will Weeks with her cousin, Miss e Dessio Thompson, near Mt. Verquite ill. John Robins is on be running to amuse those fresh-bought to ride the ponies, a moving non returned home Monday. can depend upon it the crutches this week as a result of a picture show will add to the Dr. G. B. Lawrence was in Mt. shapeliness of Clothcraft Clothes is there sprained ankle. Misses Minnie days pleasure, with a change of Vernon last Wednesday. M. M. and Elizabeth Gentry returned after a home Wednesday from a visit to programme every two hours all Brown remains very low. Misses have found men stay the day through, special and Mary Mae I(athim aid atie Be brother in VVavuetuwuJnd Clothcraft suit has been discarded, the coat can their Susie Roberts returned to costlv films wiU he attained fo Bqid, have returned home from Miss use on the dormitory to spend the in or rough use with- her home two Junction City after Full this occasion.will be given summer. Lloyd Owens has been be worn for years for particulars spending weeks with relatives losing its original shape and fit. here. Mrs. John Robins and the next two issues of this paper very sick tor a few days. There litife $?pBhter Mildred, and Miss also hand bills will be passed out will be singing at the home of Estil Price Saturday night and. first class trimmings and tail- Clyde Wgfsctn efg propping in among the people giving all a Shape is built in Clothknowledge of waat will be given services at Friendship, flu Sunday, oring, satisfactory wear and Crab Orchard Wednesday. A not preyed craft Clothes fcjome prjvfteges cqnqqcted by Rev. John Soward. on thar. dfty. series of mfiPtlngs will begin in. It's a part of the clothes Miss Dahlia Bailey, of Valley Tuesday evening, Juno i7th at will he sold by the managers, any themselves and it will keep the Methodist Church South, one interested will do woli to QaJr, was the pleasant guest of We hack up tfr a guarantee Br'odhead, Ky. Every body address the becretary of the 4th. Miss Mollie OwTens from Thurslong after the clothes are worn with our own because fitter cordially invited to attend these of July Celebration, Brodhead, day till Saturday. The little son out. of J. G. Thompson wh,Q a careful investigation we find raeetijiga Th Brortjlfiad Scrub Ky. There's no guess work been sick seems t,o h,Q improving, Clothcraft Clothes make Nine defeated the Negro-Cte- ek 0 1 o t h c r a J. about this good on every point. They Base Ball Team on the latters RESOLUTION OF RESPECT Mt, Vernon Commercial Club Clothes are guaranteed to ground at a tune of to o last OF OUR BROTHFR, ABEL lliold their shape. Are $10 Pd $.25 and we can Saturday. The 4th of July will Calls On PENNINGTON thf-i- t they are be celebrated at the grounds of The Clothcraft guarantee prove to you SENATOR BRADLEY Jackson Lodge, No. 731, F. & A. M. cloth, ea&Uy worth more. rilso insures The Rockcastle County Fair As To Push Boonevyay Livingston, Ky., sociate, aftd pfeijaratjons js beJune, ipth iQi3 The fallowing resolutions by ing made fop' a 'genuine orne Whereas,, death has, entered qur our Commercial Club have been poming. A good Brass Bans has. Lqdge an4 called, from oqr midst fox warded to Senator Bradley been etapfoypd, pud a Merryrgo-roun- d Able Pennjngton, who for action. is already oh the grounds. Brother complete line in town. and departed this life May, 30th. 19i3. Wheieas the idea of building, The committee informs us that In the desth of Brother Penn- with the aid of the Union Suits, separate Federal Govcontracts has been let for a ington, a link in our chai n is ernment, a turnpike road from number of amusements, that re- broken, thus admonishing Suits for Men, Women and Children, us that Cumberland Gap to Crab Orchard freshments pf ftU Jfjnds will be we too must sooner qr fctpr Kentqcky connecting two famous served, aijd an abundange pf ans?ef the fijnaj svjmnons., from National historic points, was sugpure ice water will he qn the Jabor tp eternal refreshments, gested by the Mt. Vernon Com grounds. Arrangements have ftesojvep. first tqat we as merce Club, of Mt. Vernon Kenbeen made for a number of itfaspus. knowing and believing tucky, to be known as the Boone speeches from prominent speaker-an- d that our great Grand Master Way, and a first class time la assured nileth righteously in nil things Whereas, The said Club's sug all. Miss Stella McWhortor, of bow ic humble submission to his gested aud idea has met with Berea. is the guest ot Miss Ed'th will, approval and requested from, Moore this week. We are glad to Second, In the loss of almost every state in report that; W. H- - Anderson, who the "Union Brother Pennington, the town has that Sftid Club h,a'e a Bill introrecently anderweut an operation )ost a irood upright citueu, his duced at once in Congress LFlil for said at Richmond for appendicitis, was Widow a devoted Husband, and purpose: Therefore, be it resolved: able to return home Wednesday. his Children a kind and loving That Senator William O. BradMrs. Vula Reynolds has moved Father, The Lodge a true and ley. Senior Senator from Kento the property lecently purchased upright Brother, tucky, be and he hereby infrom L N. Vanhook on Main St. Third, That we extend to the vited and sincerely is requested to Mr and Mrs. R. L. Smith, of deceased Brothers Widow and, prepare and introduce a Bill tor the Hiatt section were gue.ts oi family, gszsmms&szz WMvnlivmsttiMifSri Itfay.jrawaifrfi qur tenderest sympathy in the purpose of securing Federal Mr and Mrs A. M. Hiatt Sar.nr- this trying'hour of bpreaveraent. aid in building said highway. ! day and Sunda' . Miss Jewel and commend, them to the Grand Said Club makes this request Francisco who has been quite sick Master and Father of us all, who knowing the- - interest he has in is said to be improving. A. E Will fold his arms of the mountains pf Kentucky and COVE Lida Baker Saturday niht and Albright and W. O. Yaden were love around those who trust and its citizenship and his personal Sunday. John Parrett, of Jack- Jn Mt. Vernon between trains Little Hobert Bryanf is very son county is visiting his brother Monday. Misses Miranda, Tate believe him, lamiharity with said historic Resolve, that a ' copy of these sick. Mr. and Mr. Neal Parrett Joshua Parrett at this place. points and the general course of and Reca Brooks were visiting visited Mr. and Mrs. Flim Mrs. A. L. Adams and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Tate in the resolutions be spread upon our the proposed Boone Way over the minutes, a copy be sent to the Parrett Sunday. S. T. Bryant Miss Edith, spent Monday after- Hiatt section during the week. route ot, the Wilderness Road, bereaved Family, and a copy to believing was with b.miefolks last week. noon with Mrs. James Bullock. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Wilmott were that he will agree that Mr. Earnest Cummins, of Withers Mrs. George Bryant who has been visiting in Maretburg Sunday and the Masouic Home Journal and that grand old pioneer, Daniel called ou his best girl at this numbered among the sick for Monday. Mrs. Lou. Renfroe of Mt- - Vernon Signal for publica Boone, should be in this manner some time is improving. Mrs. place Sunday. Misses Mattieand Dona Singleton was in Mt. Ver- Highland Park, is visiting her tion. honored, and knowing his zeal brother, B . A. Yadon this week W. H. Cottengiji ) Minnie Parrett spent last Tues- non Monday. Emanuel Reyin all things looking to the ' M. Summers v Cora. . day with their sister Mrs. Levi nolds and sisters, Misses Leila CHAMBERLAIN'S CoLIC, welfare of his State. J. A. Oliver J and Bertha, of near Hunihle, CHOLERA AND DIARR Pennington. U. G. Baker. HOEA REMEDY. Willie aud Charlie Shepherd visited relatives, at Pine Hill, President, Mt Vernon ComULCERS AND SKIN TROUBLE spent Sunday with friends on Sunday. Bible reading at this Every family without exception mercial Club. place every Sunday at 9:30 A. If you are suffering with Crooked Creek. Grover Sowder M. should keep this preparation at old running or fever sores, any James Maret, ulcers hand during the hot weather ot boils, eczema or other of near Buckeye visited Cecil skin trouble Secretary. the summer months. , Chamber- get a box of SHAKE OFF YOUR Owens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bucklen's Atnica lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Salve and you will get RHEUMATISM. Edgar Livesay were the guests relief Remedy is worth manv fimoo . Now is the time to get iiu oj. cost when neprieri nrifl .. io..u.k ii.- promptly. Mrs. Bruce Jones, of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bryant, I of your rheumatism. Try a twenty- - eertain to be needed before th Birmingham, Ala., suffered from Sunday. Eld. J. W. Riddle was for lu&nts and Children. an ugly ulcer for nine five cent bottle of Chamberlain's summer is over. in Wildie on business Friday. .It has n, and Bucklen's Ariica months Tht Kind You Han Always Bought Salve Limment and see bow quickly Mi-sMyrtle Owens, of near Burr, youi rheumatism pain disappear. superior for the purposes 0 cured her in two 1wetvks Will which it is intended. R,,v IT rn. knln -O Bears the 6SU the guest of her cousin, Miss ao was rteCOm y c. avis. sa.e by Chas. C. DavV BRODHEAD. MW t.?f5l 1 -. .fc- -- w.---- -- I Jk Everybody's Doin7 Doin7 What? It, ! ter Trading with U.G. BAKER ::;!::::H::!:!::!!!!Hr:::::!!!?!;!?!!SK:tt:::::::: Specialists in the Right Kind of Goods at The Right Kind of Prices. Shape is Cut and Sewed to Stay in Clothcraft Clothes YOU Many that Its SI Tide -t- f demand for BAKER'S Bargains is sweeping over the country for miles and miles -t- he s, hey're coming from every direction to have their wants supplied in Dry Goods wh-lik- to Notions Furnishing Goods Clothing Shoes Gro ceries Provisions Hardware Tools Farming Implements Queens-wa- re Tinware Stoves work out Paints Oils Ranges Stove Vessels Varnishes Furniture KtjL-yj.e- Carpets and Salt Fertilizers Hats Caps --Stoneware and everything you ever saw in any Department stores ggg& JUNE -- The Month of Brides 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. We are Selling all-wo- Largest UNDERWEAR most Agents for the Sutton & McBec CELEBRATED DIAMOND BRAND MX K'A' i y t!i- '?. tk - mism HBIrtttteiHH S :K ;'.!r&vllllwi'HBN wSJy A Jv vlBiiiiW3s xa llHLL)Sk l US', JLM ES53BIE92liw 1 A jf-'J- r jr M . u-- & cim h a j& "hSw irnj L'.: fci i 'o lit w v. . .jK i. a.. . mm . - am v bp 1 0 a aa . . ," ! Ju8 Ml! vR'-viwBWa- TTriff dlKi iMS- i-i- vlg -i W Hlwl..VlPt i3M SSsHBti tlwrY?' li" Jmsr fc l 1 m " "SaSrv-- " SK:'S jic. - m&3 p wY as ll L .. 90M a -- Made in all Leathers The newest, Nobbiest styles for Ladies, Gentlemen, Boys, Girls ?and the little babies Every pair as good as the money will buy Trade at Baker's and you will wear Diamonds - CASTOR A 0. G. BAKER, Specialist s a, jFor "Z2l,. SZ. C.vb I- ,. -- v T- - Signature of (Zvtf a My MT. VERNON, OU Kentucky Home. . , JL -- P 3f 1 .! 5, rt., tj-- t, J?CYtaJ$ V .4fcjL4fc;j rfjLg f. -- MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, June 13, 19 13 Lemon alid other kept in the stores and extracts, bought Published every Ft iday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, DESCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCEMENTS. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. We Are Authorized to Announce to As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subjectpritbe action of the Doinocratic party, AuBUSt mary. 1913. Post office: Level Green. Ky. SHERIFF We Are Authorized to Announce D. M. CHESS. JH. As a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle subject to action of the Doinocratic party, August Prithe mary. 1013. Wc are Authorized to announce REPRESENTATIVE W. A. TODD We Are Authorized to Announce NAT B. SEWELL As a candidate for Representative from the 70th Legislative District, composed of the Counties of Laurel and Rockcastle, subject to the Democratic Primary. Aueust 2, 1013. REPUBLICAN TICKET. tt'j COUNTY ATTORNEY. E. It. THOMPSON Aa a candidate for Couiiiy Attorney ol Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican party, Aug. We Are Authorized to Annouuco ust Primary, 1913 Aa a candidate for County Attorney of Rockcastle ubjecttothe action ofthe Republican paity, August Primary, 1013. SHERIFF. We Are Authorized to Announce CAM MULLINS R GENTRY As a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican party, August Primary. 1013. We Are Authorized to Announce candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican party, August Primary, 1013. Wc Are Authorized to Announce FRANK BAKER As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican party. August Primary. 1013. We Are Authorized to Ann o unce HARRY JONES As a candidate for Jailer oi Rockcastle subject to the action of the Repdblican party, August Primary, 1913. We Are Authorized to Announce JAMES WINSTEAD As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican party, Augrust Primary, 1013. Wo Are Authorized to Announce J. C. MIZE As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican party, August Primary. 1013. We Are Authorized to Announce As a. T. S. BRANNAMON M. C. SOWDER As a candldate'for Jailer ot Rockcastle subject tn the action of the Republican party, August Pii- mary. 1013. We Are Authorized to Announce BILLIE BAKER As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to tbe action of the Republican party, August Primary. 1913. COUNTY COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce S. F. BOWMAN Ann mnHMnti) fnr ir Cminf.v f!mirf Clerk ot Rockcastle county, subject to the action the Republican party, August primary, 1913. SUPERINTENDENT OP SCHOOLS. We Aro Authorized to Announce MISS TEMPEST WAED As a candidate for Superintendent cf Schools ot Rockcastle aubiect to the action of the Republican - zGdm'&i party. August Primary. 1913. We Are Authorized to Announce J. W. KINCER Aa a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Rockcastle subinct to the action of the Republican party. Aupuat primary, 10 la. We Are Authorized to Announce CHAS. B. ANDERSON Aa a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Rockcastle subject to tne action oi toe party. AuguBt primary, 1913. ASSESSOR We Are Authorized to Announce HARRISON BURDETT As a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican party. August Primarj. 1813. MAGISTRATE. "We Are Authorized to Announce W. M. SOWDER A a candidate for Magistrate First Magisterial District, composed of E. lit. Vernon and Walnut Orove vcttoir precincts, subject to the action ofthe Republican party general primary election, Aug- ust 2. 1913. " REPRESENTATIVE. We Are Authorized to Announce T. P. THOMPSON from the 70th As a candidate for Representative the Counties District, composed of Iidrtsletive Rockcastle, subject of to the Republican Laurel and Primary. August 2. 1913. We Are Authorized to Annoucne W. J. HOWARD As a candidate for Representative from the 70th Z.eglslattve District composed of the Counties of the Republican Laurel and Rockcastlw. subject to office, McWhor-xe- r. Primary, Augut2, 1913. Post Ky. We Are A t orized to Announce D. R. LTJKER from the 70th As a candidate for Representative the Counties of Xeiltive District composed of the Republican subject to Laurel and Rockoasre. lmary. Augrust 3, 19113. Enoch Grehan, of the Lexington Herald, predicts that if the curtailing of skirts, in both width in less and length continues, than a hundred years the woman will wear no skirts at all. This may or may not be true, but we can name a few of them who are already wearing the pants, when it comes to managing "hubby" No names and the household. Climax. called however. this county are distressed about the hawks catching their chickens. If it wasn't for eo many candidates they might stand a chance to have the hawks shot, but they dare not shoot at- - a hawk lest they hit a candidate. by persons addicted to drink, Ara ONT makes a horrible drunk. Much ot this stuff is used by victims BE GROCHY. of the drink habit after being on a whiskey spree. It exhilerates Don't come in with your mind for a time and the user imbibes more of it under the impression made up yon wouldn't buj a Suit from h.t it will ease his feeling of us at any price or that onr Spriug gloom, suffering and despondency which it does only for a little stock isn't nice. time, then sets in suffering and Don't we know von don't mean it. borrows ten fold worse which simply drives the user over th. Come in and smile. borderland of lunacy and irWe're worthy ot it. And the clothes responsibility. It would be an act of mercy if dealers vvouid are, too. refuse to sell more than one I A. IA Tbottle of it at a time to any American Negro," and "Up from SPECIALS IN $15.00 SUITS person and that individual should Slavery". He is an able public ROCKCASTLE COUNTY'S T1UP TO be known to be a sober discreet speaker. $15.00 Suits that lauuh riirht out tor use it as a party who would not GUARANTEED ECZEMA happiness . beverage or purchase it for Tune KEMEDY others. These extract victims are $15.00 Suits that echo Springtime The cons'tant itching, burning, to be pitied but not more so than redness, rash and disagreeable PERSONALLY CONDUCTED BY HOME PEOPLE from ever' seam and button. their families and friends who are effects of eczema, tetter. saU The hotel and Cave has befn reserved for this Excursion, and inflicted annoyed and worried to rheum, itch, piles and irritating $15.00 Suits well, what's the good by special arrangement no other party will bo booked for this dale. the point of distraction at the sltin eruptions, can be redily cured of tolling you all :ibout them here in All boys or girls under 10 years of age in care of parents or hands of these extract fiends !and tbe ?km made clear and muooiu wit ti Dr. Hobion s Eczema Chaperones will be whose actions put old Nick to Ointment. the newspaper when we're SURE Mr. J. C. Eveland, of shame. Some favor the idea of Bath III. says: I had eczema you will come in and look them over petitioning grocers and handlers t.ventu-fivyears and had tried nil failed. When and essences to everything. of extracts try one on, maybe and let your wife Two big days sight seeing from start to finish. I found Dr. Hobscm's Eczema refuse to sell to any person who The party wili leave Mt. Vernon, 0:53 a- - llj-- . June 28 going m Ointment I found a cure". see how well you and llie clothes drinks intoxicating liquors. This ointment is the formula of regularinorning train from all stations. become one another. We learn on good authority a physician and has been in use for years not an experiment. BOARD AT CAVE HOTEL ROUND TRIP R. R. FARE that Mr. W. H. Sowder, the Got a wife? That is why we can guarantee it Brodhead merchant, will be a All druggists, or by mail. From all stations. Meals or Lodging. Price It's a happy world, this full of Democratic candidate for county 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Adults 50c $4.35 Adults judge. Mr. Sowder is one Rock-castle- s Philadelphia and St. Louis. grand things, if yon will only smile 2.20 Children Children 25c best citizens in whom the Postmaster General Burleson back . people have implicit confidence in a statement outlines the reLimit on tickets 10 days. knowing him to be a man of And the $15.00 Suits are great helps forms his department has understrict integrity and honesty. The One route in the Cave $2.00 or two routes for 8.00 taken in the ninety days ot his to happiness. people would made no mistake in Boys or Girls under 1G years passed free in the Cave. administration and points out electing him to this responsible gains for efficiency in the service. This trip has been approved by all County officials, as well as office. The first annual field day of the Superintendents of City and County Schools, which makes it an Democratic candidates before the Louisville public schools at- opportune time to see the Cave now, the Lincoln county primary have tracted many thousands of citizens Livingston, Write or phone L. & N. Agent for particulars. signed an agreement to use no to Churchill Downs. The ex- sssjSd&asss BJS3reT3r55 liquor or money in the races. ercises were a revelation to the i patrons of the schools. 3cC$OK3&3& 3GB3C96DCC&! LOW HEELS. Richard J. Killick, well known The girls are walking low this in Leitchfield, Lial Ky , where he LJ; El spring. Maybe thev have given married, committed suicide in ., heed to all this talk about foot Chicago as the result of M ... ..., v j arches and painful feet. Maybe and worry over his financial " Here are several reasons why I trade n the writer who told them that high affairs. r heeled shoes were making the Ky Lu Da vis urufy otore: I CAN'T KEEP IT SECRET. tees do what the heels should & The splendid work of Chamberdo has been heeded And then BECAUSE- Quality considered, his price can't j lain's Tablets is daily becoming maybe not. -C- OMPLETE LIN- E'neat en more widely known. g w ... No such why However, " discuss the W JTTi. i ttt grand remedy for stomach and onins, uassets ana Kobes, BECAUSE There are no delay customers reasor for it? The fact is here liver troubles has ever been known receive prompt attention. fa Q the correctly dressed g'rl is For sale by Chas. C. Davis. Ma". Telegraph or Tele- I fa C) rvnorino-ono heel BECAUSE-Thin- gs we get at Chas. aimb a broad-soleDavis' A man who gave his name as 1 shoe. Store are all right. Filled. The present type ot shoe is a Shade Mcintosh repaid the kindI) ECAUSE Things that iro wromr bone-liat v; good one, but the change has ness of the Winchester jailer by " Chink's" place will be made right P come too suddenly. There will confessing to murder so the jailer BECAUSE The poor man's dollar is worth just be a reactiou. When a person has could diaw a reward of sS25o. as much at Charley's place as the rich man's. Ambassador Page was the guest walked on high heels for years the bones have become adjusted of honor at a dinner given by the BECAUSE There arc no leaks from his store ' Pilgrims' Society in London to the positionevery deal is strictly confidential . When the iear end of the long Saturday night, at which many BECAUSE-Ch- as. C. Davis is never grouchy if officials were 1 heel bone is raised the front end noted English you don't buy. is pitched downward. The leg present. bpne comes to sit on the forward Try Him. The f jur Common Pleas Tudgis Ph3na SS. slanting surface. The foot bones of the Jefferson Circuit Court .jf?SI.yli?tSI''?P SSG253L"?IEi3535K5iS?E323S2H2SK) in front of the heel bone join the Saturday decided that the new heel bone at a new angle. Much Bank account tides vou through of the weight of the body is sickness, loss of employment, carried to the toes without the hard times, accidents and bad accustomed spring. crops. Money-Savin- g The ligaments readjust themPower Lies in selves; the muscles and tendons Intelligent Buying lengthen or sharten as needed you against bankruptcy after After this mechanical adjustmeu: Hoods, lightning, tornadoes, has been working for a long time and cyclones. Will get STUDY THE FORMULA OF you out of auy trouble it cannot be suddenly changed! and keep you out. without causing trouble fVi.- ' l,rinn lioolc nrn 1UIL rff LUX. .t Cl.vj 1ff VJ.J, VI UI.J.J tlio BANK WITH US shoes the rear end of the heel bone drops down an inch or more. AND YOU WILL FIND IT RIGHT The pitch is backward, at least it is more so than it was. The MT. VERNON, KY. facets of the bones must readjust I Booker Washington is easily the (Statewide primary law is A TEXAti WONDER. negro in the country; a Jstitutioual. The Texas wonder cures kidney man to whom thousands of his. Tlii i rh and bladder troubles, removing u i. ""- " "" i"1"1- - '""" , racy look, icr gravel, cvres diabetes, weak- and lie has .Milwaukee man insane: reached that position through his "If you were my husband, I'd lame backs, rheumatism and all own efforts. He began to work irregularities of the kidneys and give you poison. when a small boy, in the salt Regu"If you were my wite I'd take in both men and women. furnaces and coal mines of West it" lates bladder troubles in chi'dien. :i he "ol. s,a iu... ?',ut U,U?S"'1; ".m .:.i Virginia. Then he worked his Can you blame him? ' ne sent by mail on receipt or way through the Hampton Instii.A statement explaining the bouU. js Uv() monthstute for negroes, where, after more Administration attitude on the Qne treatment, and seldom fmls to study, he became a teacher. His proposed graduated tobacco tax Send for testi-wa- s perfect a cane. most important, work so far has issued Saturday at the White monials from this and other states. been to orgauize a normal and ,HaiI. 926 Olive street House in order to quiet ru mors J?r- - TE- ,. , industrial school for negroes at . ........,,.. St. Louis .Mo., Sold by druggist. Q Tuskegee. Alahama. of which he world. is the principal. Mr. Washington has written several book, inFOR FLETCHER'S FQR rlETgHER'S cluding "The Future of the con-foremo- t' Mfcli XII w. ..n Mr&.-au- taJMU st ... - .. ' Aj Children Cry OA S O R Children Cry 0A310 R 23 MAMMOTH CAVE, e PASSED THROUGH THE CAVE FREE E. L. Cockrell Ky ' V-- J J j- - GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER at 1 t I . - if Brodhead -- i$9j0fe MpM5Ma j h t d, 7 t I - Emergency INSURES j -, V. a - Banna's Green Seal Paint - PEOPLES BANK rlipmiPltrpc T"Jrtv fnHArc miicr ho fashioned, and, while the process is going on, the boues move on each other with some friction and I Spreading Power Durability and Beauty combined SOLD BY Bllli i,?ssgg The women of McCreary formally announced as a candidate for U. His S. Senate Monday last. entrance makes three candidates in the field, J. C. W. Beckham, Congressman Stanley and Gov. McCrearv. Governor students would do away with Hell and the Garden of Eden. But as long as they do not try to put the Ten Commandments out of business the World probably will wag along. ' Eastern heat and pain The length of tendon and muscle required is not the same for the two positions. The muscles running from the calf to the sole are not quite, long enough. As a cousequeuce the woman' tires easily. As a result of fatigue the muscles of the calf ache or spasmodically contract from time to time. The change for the time results in loss. To bring about the same result by gradual change is To lower the. another matter. heel bit by bit, giving the muscle, time enough to elongate, giving the bones time to gradually readjust their facets, would have baen wise. The-- e is not the same objection to the' rapid widening of the sole but there, too, something would have been gained by a more gradual change. The quarrel, then) is not with 4he change, but with the suddenness of it, Ex. -- For Sale by J. B. j ISSOE, Mt.Vernon, Ky. i 2525S5 er Pitislraff li Perfect" Fence Look For THE WELD THAT HELD Because the joints in "Pittsburgh Perfect" are welded by electricity, ycu can pick it out first pop. Examine a weld the galvanizing piled thickly around the joint affords double protection here. Heat a weld white hot, then try to separate the wires. You can't. This is the only permanent dependable joint. x JONAS McKENZIE SELLS Pittsburgh Perfect" looks better, is strung in less time with less labor, and, from our own AS MADE special Open Hearth "Wire; is stronger, lasts longer and gives more satisfaction than any other. Don't snend your fence money invest it. Read our catalogue, investigate, then decide. TO-DA- Y SELZ SHOES THE I. I "ROYAL BLUE" F you need a good pair of shoes it Made in Different Style, for HELD, FARM, RANCH, LAWN, CHICKEN. POULTRY an RABBIT YARD and GARDEN I?VPrV Rod Guaranteed II him to Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allowdirect. persuade you that some other fence is just as good. If he doen t sell it, write us "PitUWsh Perfect" Brandt of Barbed Wire; If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write Bright, Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Tvtited for FREE copy of our ALMANAC, 1913 laMPjWt4vsC Cable Wire; Hard Sprine toil Wire; m Staple Ponkry Netting Staple; Regular Wire Nails; Galvanized Wire naiu; urge neaa Roofing N.U.; Single Loop. Bale Tie. ;, JW hHtTL burgh Perfect" Fencing. AU made o Opes' Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania FMr lag H Hearth material. ' is to your interest to examine the Seh line before you buy 3M' CtfftT'rfl V H) K? BUk Pittsburgh Steel Co. JONAS McKENZIE m MT. VERNON, KY. ." ', iii 'nam Tii ' n r FieVviMTVairiii)jrtautta)Aimiiiliiri i fniiii,iMin''ifry iiWiT'iaMTi' imnrii Set mm 'in ii mT rtii'rii r.rjjrkuiirw MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt.Vernon,Ky. , Juue 13, 1913 r t- - Low Cut shoes of every description at Low Cut piices at Miss Vina Baker and Bailey Fish's. Starnes, of Carterville, Garrard 7PlCali up "No. 79" wlien- T7 Q Myouwaa toCommunl- I, 7 county, were married here yessU The L. &. N. depot buruf d at cntewilhSIGNAL terday by Judge Bethurum at the Rowland last night. Supposed to have caught sparks of a passing County Clerk's Office. traiu. A. H. Hamlin bought of H. M. Mink this week lo work mules After an illness of more than a year Mace Brown died at bis for $1,900 oo. This is the biggest LOUISVILLE & NASHVILIX R. R. CO. home near Level Green Tuesday single mule deal made in this night and was buried at Provi- county for quite awhile. TIME TABLE. dence church yesterday. Fish's Guaranteed Clothes .4.59 pm 22 ucrtn Have made a hit, Mr. R. E. Bell was in town 3:53 a m 24 north yesterday and reported that one of The Man's not made, 11:38 aw 23 south They cannot fit. the houses belonging to the Ken12:19 am 21 South tucky Portland Cement & Coal Clean Up Days. The Town Tas. Landrum, Agent. Co , at Pine Hill burned Wednes- Board designates Monday and Phone No. S. day. Tuesday June loth and 17th as Ky. Postoffice Enlcre.l at the Mt Veruou, The Tom Thumb Wedding at general clean up days. Citizens mail matter. as seeond-clas- s Glade Park correspondence the Graded School, giveu under are requested to put in boxes, or piles, all trash, rubbish etc Grand Junction (Colorado) Times the auspices of the Baptist church PEItSOKAL it say of some was witnessed by a crowded house where can be handily reached by has the following to There was Mrs. Hugh Miller was in Berea and thoroughly enjoyed. Whe.i wagons which will he furnished at Rockcastle Natives: expense oi tho town, wagons will a large crowd at the union SunIf is hot when they are wearing a a few days last week. the little folks appear they are albegin running Monday afternoon. day school and had a nice probis A nice little David Craig is looking after ways appreciated. gram. R. S. Lewis delivered a Pieuso be reidy for them. coo! coolest models, the agenc and realized. laundry Mrs W. M. Poynter was called sum was lecture on the Resurection. W. Pine-vlll- e A GOOD LAW Mr. W. L. Richards was in to Crab Orchard, Tuesday, on Moving Pioturks: The Jeff ox- 4.A . no finest weaves, the best makes and the xuvvia ilia Saturday on business. In the Sta'o of Washington family this week. He is employaccount, of the illness of Mrs. Al and Mutt opera house has added Miss Ruth Reppert visited Miss Holmes. improvements to its outfit and is there will go into effect next lune ed at tho Smith ranch. Mr. and greatest values your money ever Alice V:ird, at Livingston. Misses Alza Thompson and Mar- putting on some mighty good ex- a law which provides that a Mrs. Sam Douglas were up from Wheeler Meadows was here this guerite Lovell will leave next week hibitions. All the pictures shown husband who fails to support his the west end last week visiting bought, the line of straws you family shall be put to work by friends, week to see his brother, J. T. for Nashville to visit Mrs. Tom are chaste and nothing is allowed and bought a load of to be shown that is in anyways the State, giving him board and and wheat from A. B Lewis. .Miss Lettie Caldwell of London, O'Mara. find this store Mr. lodging, and his earnings to the vlie guest of Mrs. C. C. Davis. Coffey and little. offensive to good taste. Squire Ferguson and, Roy S. is Mrs. Vula amount of $1. 00 per day, turned Lewis weut to Grand Junction to Were Owens in maKina an effort to Mr. A. .7. Norton was iu from son Kermit. of Urodhead. over to his family. It is a good get'their seed for Spring planting.' on business. with relatives here Sunday and give Mt. Vernou a show place Hazel Patch Tuesday was put to much expense to law and should be in effect id Fred Owens has gone to Frank- Monday. When the report became circula Iqr every estate. It would perhaps Mrs. Sue Doty, mother of R. A. establish it and his receipts to work in automobile shop. ted a few days since that Rev. fort four months scarcely covered the have some influence on the fellow George S. Watsou was to leave and Walter Sparks, died at Richmond yesterJohn Rentier The increased patron&ge who marries a woman without Ve been the best in the country Mt. Vernon and take charge of a Saturday iu Louis day The burial will take plae expeuse. Southard spent he is now receiving will enablo first considering whether he can tomorrow. church at Boonevdlo, the Mt. ville. him to add further improvements support a family. There is en the prices for a quarter of a cenVernon people, who have long Miss Carrie Mae Thompson, of Mis. Matilda Houk is with Mrs, and make the show even better. tirely too much rushing into since learned to regard him as one was with her matrimony without the man .1.11. Cass at Brodhead for a few Crab Orchard, tury, and you'll find them here only. of our greatest assets aud bene Mrs. W. M. Poynter grandmother, Sunday last at the Fourth having any visible means of days. factors, simply refused to submit first of the week, Avenue church Louisville, child support of two or more. Chas. C. Brown of the Quail resolutions adopted by the ComR. W. Schroder, of Lonisvilh, rep?s day the Rev. Michel" "the in our case for you a section, was here, yesterday on Sunday with his wife and ewPet singer of the Puniberlands," RQBS DRUG STU.RE TO GET mercial Club aud. the Wouniis spent business. Chb, tbe general petition sigued just the style you like POISON TO END HIS LIFE who are with Mrs. told of the needs of His mountain Mrs. If. F. Craig and Miss little son every one, to say nothing of by mother Mrs. Fishback. work at Harlan, Ky., and picPineville, June l -- D. B. Sallie Owens have been yisiting Schroder's personal letters which will go Capt. and Mis. B. B. King, of tured the boys and feilis who Logan, Jr., son of- a prominent the relatives here. into the head authorities, we beschool-house- s suicide n;f; Marv and Liza Lflneford! Homeland, Mrs. Mary Straub and assembled in the various under business man, committed circum- lieve will be sufficient to convince Sunday after Sunday Davidson, of here under extraordinary .pent from Sunday until yesterday1 Miss Marguerite Fish- - the instruction of his teachers stances. He broke in the side that Mt. Vernon and Rockcastle .., r.Stanford were jvith Mrs. -: up to $3 $5 fVJUl IiTICJUS I" Diuuucuu. Among othr things he said: "Tho door of the drug store of Bingham needs aud wants him to. say baefc during the wefc, Mr and Mrs. J. E Craig, of Watson is expad. ppnortumty in our own State is & Co , and procured and swallowed where he is. Misses Viola DeBord 571th Mr. and Mrs. Quail were tremely popular with all the peoCatron, of tW Le-- el the voice pf Qqd PfiHing us to ; largp quantity qf stryclmiue. LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH W. G. McBee Saturday and Sun-.da- y Nannie ple aud tfor us to oe him at in serviue for Then arnied with n automatic Green section, were with Mr, more consecration . more fertile revolver he threatened tp shoot this time would mean a severe and Mrs. Henry Catron, near our own people. No Jjss Elizabeth Lemondk p and religion jiny oqe who name rreay him and blow to some of the important Dvp.liard. from Friday until field for education to Miss tf iuvawcton. was a visitor begun ol which he exists. No finer men and women tired three shots, fter the poison undertakings Tuesday. Sul.ia Lacdrum, this place, last can be found anywhere than we took effect, ho tokl his -- friends is one of the leading figures. In Misses Ros kfeCprd and Mat every laudable undertaking he is ;ek. have in our mountain section. what he had done. Physicians Williams, and Mendamei Cfcarjptte sympathy and were called, but he died in a few looked to as one tQ lelu do it aud Mr, J. E. Craig, ov of the good we need Watson, and W. J. Sparks, are it- 'Cut to lce htij means a great loss ,of Jkecunty substantial farmers j jyiiddlesboro attending the annual prayers aiul immediate assistance hours. The dead mai sfferpd iu money for the extension or an Injury to his hpad when struck 10 euucaiionai ueweioptnoats jtisr. H spent the last of the week with hi jeef-ingpthe State Federation of f begun to say soihing of, the children here. our work.'' by a freight train two years agp Woman's Clufcs. never, Miss Mabel Niceley, of Livingrecovered his. church. and had Dr. D. B. Southard and Ifttje A. SpectaJ to Courier Journal mental balance, ston, was the guest of her cousins, daughter, Gladys, and son, Master All Around Corner to Court House BE CANNOT DEAFNESS from Hajtird, peryy county, Motit Misses Bonnie and Dessie Niceley Richard, aro gawBgeaEaBCTggregsrassagiggti UP from Stanford. d?y says: CURED. "Joe Smith, an extia Saturday the writer had the first of the week. The Doctor has a host of warm gang section foreman, living at pleasure of inspecting For Sale: One 20 H P-- i MOST CHILDREN HAVE the new by local application, as they canW. T. 3rooks came up from friends in Mt, Vernon who are Typo, Was kiiJod instantly this outfit of the Urab Orchard Milling not reach the diseased portion of boiler aud engine, saw mill and WORMS. Brodhead Sunday, to spend the always glud to welcome him back) morning at 6 o'clock by bejng Co., which was completed and the ear. There is only one way grist mill and shinglo mill, line Many mothers think, their ' .afternoon with his life long friend to his first love. to cure deafness, and that is by run doyn by the Armstrong and put in operation only a few days constitutional remsdies Deafness shaft, beltinjr. pulleys, in fact children are suffering from indiiF. L, Thompson, Sr. Mr. and Mrs George Pean, of Bragg woik train, Smith and ago. S. L. Cummins, Ben Al- - is caused bj an inflamed condition everr thing thereunto belonging. gestion, headache, nervousness, Mr. aad Mrs. F. L. Durham Indianapolis, are with Mr. and a man by the name of Ashcraft bright and G. W. Thompson of of tne mucous lining ot the nysta Will sell or trade to stock. weakness, costiveness, when they and son, Austjp Sparks, were Mrs. T. B. Lair near town. Mrs. were fitting on tbe trestle near tins county, and are victims of that most common chirm Tube. When this tube is R. L. McFerrox I. W. Fish, of mother at wcms vitli Mr. Durham inflamed you have a rumbling May 30-- Tf Mt. Vernon, Ky. of all children's ailments Pean is a daughter of Gold Ramsey Typo when the train came in sight. Crab Orchard, are the promoters. Sunday. Peevish, fretfu 1 souud or imperfect hearing and Sparks Quarry J who left this countv about twenty Smith The mill is equipped throughout when it is entirely closed. DeafAshcraft got off and children, who toss and grind their BEST LAXATIVE FOR THE Dr. Z. C. Dennej' has returned years go and now holding a started to, but stopped. Before with wordy ke and Morman ma- ness is the result, aud unless tho bad breath and teeth, with AGED Wetumka Qkla., Govertneul position, at Indian the engine conld be brought to to his home in chinery, which is second to none, inflammation can bo taken out colicy pains, have all the symptons Old men and women feel the of having worms, and should be after a pleasant risk with relatives apolis. restored to its n stanstill it had knocked Smith with one of the bast and most ex- and this tube .1 condition, hearing will be need of a laxative more than given Kickapoo Worm Killer, a in Rourcastle. uormal and friends Judge B. J. Bethurum only down, and when picked up ha was perienced milj-iito bo found in destroyed forever; nine cases out young folks, but it must be safe pleasant candy lozenge: which Bel! stayed at his Somerset home a few dead. Smith leaves a wife and charge and grinding only a Albert Hamlin is herefrom first ten are caused by Catarrh which and harmless and one which will expels worms, regulates the bowels. county, and reports hi work pro- days until he thought it advisable five children The body was grade of wheat, the Crab Orchard i; nothing but an inflamed con- not cause pain. Dr. King's New tones up the system, and mak nicely. He has the con- to return to Louisville for treat brought to Hazard where, after. Milling Co., is in a position to dition of the mucou-- . surfaces. gressing Lile Pills are especially good for children well and happy, Kicka- We will give One Hundred for they act promptly p00 Wo.ra Killer is guaranteed tract of logging several million feet ment. He is, we are glad to say, preparation forburial.it was taken give to the tiade as high a grade Dollars for auy case of Deafness and easily. Price 2sc. Recom A1I druceists, or by mail. Price " oi logs. getting along very well at last to Richmond, Smiths home of flour as any mill in the world icaused by catarrh) that cannot mended by Chas. C. Davis Kickapoo Indian Medicine 25c for reports. Judge L W. Bethurum The deceased was a brother of The capacity is sixty ba.rels per be cured by Hall's Catarrh Care Ben H. Griffin, book-keepCo., Philadelphia and 3t. Louis. Sparks & Longmire at Chester, was with him several days in the II. L. Smith, post master at day and Mr. S. L. Oummins who Cure. Send for circulars, free. Standard Oil control of the came borne Tuesday on city last week. Orlando, thjs countv, who attended is the principal stock hoklet says J. F. Oheney & Go. Magnolia Petroleum Company, of The States should be given Tenn., Toledo, Ohio. He is account of sickness. the burial at Riphmond Wednes that "White Fawn" their first Corsicans, was testified to in Sat- - control of the public domain was Sold by all Druggists, 75c. - the contention of Gov. Amnions, day. getting better. he known grade shall soon LOUAI Take Hall's Family Pills for urday's hearing in the Governst reMiss Beruice Landrum has throughout Eastern Kentucky as constipation. merit's $00,000,000 penalty suit of Colorado, at Saturday's Hq,v, the great grand one of the best Adrain The biggest Hue of Mens shirts turned from theNormal Collegiate fiours on the oil companies and indi- - lerenceof Gover nors at Salt Lake C. She was ever shown in this town at 5oc. father of Tip Langford, owned a market. Their second grade is City. S. L. fleeter, superintendent viduals. Institute, Ashville N. of land between "Our Pride" and the third grade, of schools at Pittsburg was mot at Knoxville, by her father, to 1.50 is on display at Fish's. 300 acre tract what is now Hansford and Level "Old Honesty." discharged Saturday by the Board Mr. J. A. Landrum. New Fones: W. H. Brow Green, in the year 1889, as the of Education of that city, after Miss Willie Francis has returned fone no. 41, residence, Tunnel a pleasant visit with Commercial Club:- - Meeting being convicted of immorality by tax list of that year shows. A. home after No. 1 James G. Anderson, resirelatives in Mouticello. She was dence, Newcomb Ave., fone No. H. Hamlin was the owner of a took olace Wednesday night in- a committee ot citizens. part of this tract up to last year stead of Tuesday on account Torn accompanied home by Miss Mamye 56 B. Among TAKE PLENTY OF TIME TO when lie sold it to Wm. Bullock. Thumb entertainment. and Master Kenneth Oats. Lightning set off four holes of On this farm is a ''potato hill" subjects handled was the question EAT. Mr. and Mrs. Carter McDowell Bernstadt a "burg" blast at Sparks Quarry which at ope time was so of better railroad connections at came down from East There is a saying that "rapid Wednesday. Mrs. McDowell re- - on Sunday evening June 1st, symetrical that when planted in Junction City. Tbe ulatter, on eating is slotv suicide". If you several days with her Luckily no one was near the corn it was only necessary t motion, Was relerred to a com- have formed the habit of eating mains over make one row to plant the mittee which had already been in loo rapidly you are most likely parents Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Daily. works to get injured. Beginning: at the correspondence with State Kail- - suffering from indigestion or con whole hill. Miss Lillie McGuire, daughter On what portion of tbe globe will stipation, which result bottom and circling around the road Commission ttf Frankfort eventually in serious illness unless or uit ialc w. . xu..v. oynd the spQt cr0ssed by (jrUOCOiauu, wuw aj.uhi iwun., , degrees 22 minutes latitude and hill until top was reached, the with a good prospect of a ramedy corrected. Digestion begins in Food should be ihe mouth. being something like the being found :n the situation. Texas, ordering a copy or the old 7 degrees 12 minutes 1 itude? result thoroughly masticated and insalirw11pr like irrandoa ! form of a big corkactew, making The electric light question will ni... 1IIUC lv-Don't all answer at once a row probably several milos in be settled by next meeting so for vated. Then when you have a used. Single copies 15 cents or fullness of the stomach or feel dull Tbe Odd Fellows observed length. At his death, by direct- as the party with whom the Club and stupid after eating, take one by mail 18 cents address box 37 They ion of his will, the remains of has been negotiating is concerned. decoration day Tuesday. Economizes Butter, Flour, Mt. Vernon, Ky. of Chamberlain's Tablets. Many lodge room and Mr. Hay was, buried at the top If said party does not close deal severe cases of stomach tiouble Eggs ; makes the food more Win. Hurst, of the Level Green met at the nne of the county's best .marched to the cemetery and of this hill, where the will stated by that time other individuals offer and constipation have been cured j CwivMl appetizing and de- - the location was "up above by the use of these tablets. They the to proceed with the work. nhizens and a life long democrat decorated the graves. of the easy to take and most agreegood repre Evans families, my enemies, from The program of papers and ad are in effect. Sold by Chas. C. was in town Monday and told a parted brothers. A able The only Baking Powder made Signal reporter that he would be a sentation was present, including which point I can look down dresses for last meeting were con- Davis. 'several from sister lodges. The upon, and spit on them". The tinued untilnext w'eek when it is from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar candidate ti qr Magistrate in the district', com- - members of the Rebeccah's joined descendents of the latter families confidently expected the speakers Fifth Magesterial tne marcn ana iqk prc in me are prominent people in Bpyle will cgroe up smiling with "heap FOR FLETCHER'S po:cpd of Biowns snd Urodhead in . & county today. . exeicises. big talk." . voting-precinct- IM W. L. Richards was in Bell county first of the week. A. H Hamlin was here from Pineville Tuesday on business. obert Harry Miller was at home from Knoxville Sunday. J. E. Mitchell, the progressive Pine Hill merchant, was in town yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Payne, of Dispulanta, were in town during the week. Miss Zelma Jones, who has been rn New York for the past year has returned borne. E. A. Albright and Willie Yaden were here from Brodhead Monday on business. Tohu Mullins and Willie Gray, expert lightning slii.gers were up from Livingston Monday Mrs. S. D. Lewis who is in the Pope Sanitarium, Louisville continues in a serious condition. Mra W. J. Chilrires of Honston-ville- , is visiting her sister Mrs E. B. Cox and brother, K. L. Mc-Ferron. Rain Coats for Rainy days at, FISH'S. There is still a few shares of Mt. Vernon Fair Association stoclc for sale. Mis. Clco Brown has received ller commission as postmistress and will take charge of the office the 10th. A bill in the Pennsylvania Legislature that ten requires verses of the Bible be read each day in the public schools, without comment. S9MK3&Z2S3 Virgie Payne aud Mr. Miss Valentine Williams drove in town j Wednesday and were married at d the County Clerks Office by Judge j& Bethurum. Mrs. Williams is ajP daughter of A. M. Payne of Disputanta and a very charming young lady. Mr. Williams is a farmer and he certainly used good judgement in selecting his life partner. The Signal ex tends its best .vishes to this happy young couple. , j UAKJtLo it straw 4 ' The X that's re at j I FISH'S STRAWS They at There's hat K, - - ,- dji.j itr aws Panamas 1 ii-M- h 1 . Next ered, v. . s che-age- d er con-aaain- OYAL .is 1 " BAKING POWDER ki 'r" r- jr-- Absolutely Pura ,.,; w- wholesone I Children Cry s. CASTORIA fciii Iff. WW jj u tl f i'u njmjmxiTiWm Mfifi fffoic :.::-v:;rer-:tz- r n unwrni fcnrjwrtaftjfcaita m '- -- iV'fYii a rr.u Tfii'diWrarifcnw - t.j. f--. . .yv. T". f . iau 6 -. . - n xr if Tbe liquids and the digested foods in the climcntary canal pais through the ndl of the canal into the biood. This process is called absorption and takes place chicly from the uncll intestine. After absorption the blood carries ibe food through the body, and each cell takes from the blood the' feed it needs. A pure glyecrio extract made from bloodroot, mandrake, stone, queen's root and golden seal aad sold by druggists for the past forty years under the name of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, gives uniformly excellent results as a tonic to help in the assimilation of the food and in the absorption by the blood of the food it requires. Eradicate the poisons from the biood with this alterative extract which does net shrink the whhe blooJ corpuscles, because containing no alcohol or other injurious ingredients. Ihus the body can be bunt strong to resist disease. This is a tonic taken from up Nature's garden that builds up those weakened by disease. Dr. Pierce, founder of the Invalids' Hotel at Buffalo, N.Y., has received many letters similar to the following : 3f R Mn. Fred R. Monro, of Paradise, N. S., writes: "I taka Brest pleasure in riunr you as rwrarus my cae and its euro. In September I nas taken with Tavhoid Fever, v. hich put ma in a dreadful condition. I ttua ucifr, run diiiav. navciis and was reduced to amcr i.keUio.u I liad tried most everything I could fret but nothing did mc any jruJd until, at last, I was advised to try Dr. Pierce's Goidcn Medicd IJiiOcvi ry. and I'leasant Pellets, which I did. Before I had used one (Kjttlc I taw a great improvement and when I had used this trcctiiiejit two months. U3:iitT cnly a lew vials of "Pleasant Ptllets,' I returned to HOW BLOOD IS HEADE. KENTUCKY HAVINO BRISK AWAKENING Everywhere Are In FROSTS COULD BE KENTUCKY GROWN Spent Outside C E. WITHERS ESESffiSS Mullins is in Jackson county this week amont; the! merchants. Miss Pearl Anderson' visited her cousins Misses Sieil and Ad;i Mullins Satnr-hxA Sunday Mr. S. A. Caudill, of Owsley County who is represent iujr The Lomsville Tin & Stove, Co., was with the merchants of! this place last week. Born to the wife of Burt Mullins June1 2nd. z fine boy. Burt is all smiles says this is 3 republicans! he has. Measles are racing: in and arounu this neighborhood. Miss Hallie Durham, of Dango who has been with her sisier. Mrs Hurt Mnilins, lor the past week Das home. Rev. returned Ponder filled his regular appointment at Red Hill Saturday and Suuday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mullins visited the formers parents, Mr and Mrs. C. E Mu.hns several day last week Russell, the little .son of J. H. Mullins has been very sick for a few days but is better. Mrs. Muse Mullins and Mrs. Joel Knglish, of Cruise, visited Mrs. Mclvin Harnett hist week. Mrs. Burnett has " he en very sick but is inipiovinir now. Mrs. Thos. Anderson and little daughters, Susie aud Leona spent the drty with Mrs. Sarah Muli.ns Sunday. There will be a lartje whortleberry crop in this part this ve.ir. Most all of schools in this part of the county are taken up J. H. mid F. K. Mullins are doing a very good business buying and shipping locust posts.-Leon- ard wa.--, Moore, of Cruise, the guest of his little friend Forrester Mullins Friday night. -, SSHBBS9MHHMHBHK9IBHEHHHSI j State Things $17,000,000 a'-'-T ll'JLljsJiiiiyL. !For !. Infants and Children. Happening. Slate Each Year. SHOULD GROW THEM HERE 'eilPvX & tf$fliiFf ALCOHOL &-- NEW SCHOOLS As BEING BUILT. Jf, K. MoNUO, E3Q. perfect health. I cannot Imd 70rd3 to express ray thankfulness for this wondeuul medicine. 1 aiiviso all sufferers to write to Dr. R. V Pierce, as he cures when others fail." Fast as Laws Are Passed Fop the Schools Are Striving to Help Solvo Problems That Will Confront Our Betterment of Rural Schools Counties Children Useless to Talk to Older Take Advantage of Thsm Secure Farmers Boys' Corn Clubs Point Services of Experts and Select Teach, ers More Carefully. Way to Success. k-f-e ( i v ! The Celebrated Registered Combined Stallion There never was a time In the history of the old commonwealth when its future looked as bright as it does in this yoar of 10K5. Xo matter where one goes in the length aud breadth of the state one hears schools being discussed. Many new buildiugs are being erected in the place of those which Will make the of'1913 in our care at $12.5i to insure a livin.tr have so long been a disgrace to the colt, money due when colt is foaled, mare traded, sold or bred to other communities that have permitted them stock. Due care will be taken to prevent accidents, but not responsi- to exist. Plans are being discussed in many ble should any occur. In offering this very high class horse for localities for larger grounds aud better service we feel safe in stating that he is the greatest horse that ever equipment. The teachers are 1eing stood in this county. A coal black with star and hind ankles white, more carefully selected than in the past, and is a general feeling 15 hands high, a perfect model in form and style. Goes ail the that school there .problems should be fairly gaits with speed and action, and a fine breeder. See padigroe below : met and solved. This feeling has resulted In marked Black Eajrle 74 activity in educational matters in all Block Squirrel 5S sections of the state. The county auMollie 70 thorities have taken advantage of the f Chester Dare 10 Dave Akin 775 new educational laws without delay. Nannie Garrett 172 J The last legislature passed a law al L Aannie lowing county boards of education to ( Dlguit t Dare Keg- - Jo.l9ti2 provide supervisors to oversee the j Wni. Welch Welolmioiit work dono in the schools. At once 1 o I Llzzitnont over forty counties took advantage of c o ( Abdullah lle.xheiijjer the new law, and secured the services II Dmii j Dam of Gill's Ver-- ( of one or more experts to assist the mont. county superintendent in this superi vision work. f Black Eagle O B lack Squirrel 5S Daviess county decided to try a ratha 1 Mo.lie 70 er unique plan of supervision, which Red Squirrel The Shanklin horsu seems to have worked admirably during the school year that has jut closHadress 458 Lightning ed. Instead of striving to reach the Juds Reg. No.5492 i 105 small schools scattered over a f Couover's Elastic large county that Is often cut to pieces Nat Brown SI by swollen streams that How through L Hennie I Dan flat bottom lands the board of educa- It is estimated that there are O.Onn.-00- 0 M. DONN,3623 tucky at the present writing. Our annual crop from thee trees is .something like .1,000.000 bushels of inferior quality. We spend $17,000,000 for fruits of all kinds that could be grown in Kentucky. It is useless to talk to many of the older fanners, for they will tell 1 apple trees of bearing age in Ken- r4?5 M ,ar" jg 3 BLR CK: r AN.cgc(cl!eFreparaiionf3r.ls he Kind You Have Always Sough! Bears the Signature sunitaiffigiteFiJolaralHEgiJi iinSls'icSiaaadisandlkrcr A, yJ . Prora3!:sDiesl?onIhe:f;i!-HCT& and ITosf r 1 ;Or:'.r.LiIorilurj?iioruii2r3l cf AJw irOT.fAnCGTIL ifcpJB ! Sxd- - ml IttiztextSiii ItzziSff-f- - ApcnVct I2mcdy for Ccmsfinir 1 ion sviu 1 Vonn3.Coir.-ulsionsa0iT;risI- atunMV.iLuibUUM.il f f ncss andLoss or Sleep. rcSinui; SJgnatarc S ItOOT OIIAFTIXU. cf If i u S8 f or Over 7n: CcjrrAUii CoMi.Oi ' . NEW YOSK. l nirty Tears . jlJiO sasssssss 1 3 - iiiuiraalccd unvirvtis b'oooa " fit I" ri.i-i.- .' Eiact Copy of Wrapper. THE CENTAUR COMPANY. agjBsagggwatwww KWY3nH CITY. ! ' Not Traced 150S20-- J (. Wicks Chief MILLER & BEAZLEY M MT. VERNON, KY. "Oh, yes; when I was a boy you could raise all the fruit you wanted to. But now waal, I reckon it's jiih' run out." tIt must be the new generation with which we deal if we are to save this annual expenditure of $17,000,000 some time in the future. "We cannot tion decided to have fifteen supervis- go out to every farmhouse in the state FOR FLETCHER'S ors. and have a chat with the farmer ami I Thee supervisors were all teachers his boys and girls, so we must lind a of strong personality and wide experi- - way to teach them easily and eft'ecth ely. The Boys' Corn clubs point the way The Attorney General s offler to success. They have been made pos? .j55sible by the of teachers has ruled that no license is tv r Triiaftri everywhere in the country, and the ueeded to kill frogs, that the s&Wtfrsr same is possible in fruit culture. At process is neither hunting nor one of our normal schools numbers of S young people who are training for fishing. 'liiiiiii'iin.in wSwwaw!1 the py - ? Av,. IfERNDN CASKET Children Cry CASTO R A S2S& .- r, Q -- s S. iPei 1 PRACTICAL 3 UNDERTAKERS 3 a FUNERAL DIRECTORS, g CD. ' K3IISAL31KK& T g e && Mt. Vernon, Ky. COUCH METALIC CASKETS t fMi r& ,fJfe - Coffins and Robes. work for the company. as 3 Z I.icened Embalmor will have charge of that line of mm m ':Mt!8Bm : 3&$ .. f. aaaaav fPhryi" ysISjKSSi - v - - . . .. 1 . hJ rffx"'' . n - . " JW . A SUl'EllVISOlt'S SCHOOL. A Check on The Mt-Verno- n Bank s a check on your payments. When it comes back to you it is an indisputabie receipt for your money Payment by check is a check on spending, too. You think twice before drawing a check. And the second thought often results in your not drawing it at all. Open an accouut and you'll save in spite of yourself. THE BANK OF MT. YBENO& MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, W. L. RICHxRDS, President, A. B. FURNISH, Cashier. IS mira UNDERTAKES 4t All Phone Ahmu Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e Coffins furnished Hearse sent to all parts of the County orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COXJ 94-S MT. VERNON, KY SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JUNE 22nd ence. All of them held first class certificates and had had normal training. Of cour.se there was not enough supervision over 10," schools to keep fifteen supervisors busy, so each of them taught his or her own little school out in the county. If the supervisor had taught from Monday through Friday there would have been no time for visiting the other six schools in his group. The plan outlined for this school ,yg. year has been for the supervising teacher to hold school from Tuesday through Saturday, thus leaving Mon day open for visiting the other schools. By visiting three schools each Monday the supervising teacher would be able to reach all mx schools once every two weeks. This makes it possible for the county superintendent to huvt a report from an expert from every portion of the county twice a month. With the supervisor handling a small group, bad roads cannot make the work impossible. There is also the ntfded advantage that at the opening of the school year, when many young and rather inexperienced teachers are in great need of help, the supervisor is close at hand to give the required as distance. Close and constant supervision is the price of success in anj' business, and our badly scattered rural schools are no exception. We have not got the returns fvom our expendituie of money on our rural schools because there was no supervision to learn where the leaks were and how they might be stopped or repaired. Money and money in any amount needed will come as soon as supervision makes the public know that results will be obtained. Our children have been taught in any fashion that JOXATU.VXS KEADV TO SEIID OUT. suited the individual that was in the neighborhood "keepin' school." Natmailed to the homes of the students urally the children did not know what this spring will be about five times as was the matter when they failed to great as it was two years ago. make suitable progress; neither did The first year the work was inau their parents. gurated 4,000 trees were grafted, last Every one knew that the interest of f year 8,000 and this year about JO,000 both the children and their parents go on their mission of education. flagged. They also knew that many Will With such work being done by teachof the older children dropped out of and there over the state the school because they were thorough! v ers here are sure to see a new vision children dissatisfied. Kentucky as a fruit state. Reports from county superintendents all over the state show that there is a AT LOUISVILLE. new spirit both in the teaching force K. E. A. MEETING If never there, you ought to go. among the children under this and If ever there, you'll want to go. new influence of supervision. It is a Kentucky Educational association simple proposition. It is that both teachers and children are becoming meeting, Louisville, April 30, May 1, 2 conscious of definite work that Is be- and 8. The crowd will be large. Beting done in a thoroughly systematic ter arrange to go now. Special railroad rates. manner. -- new crusade. Almost any afternoon this spring in the basement of one of the bi:r buildings, tables littered with roots of young apple treos. twigs from standard varieties, tlieid. wired tags and knives might h.ne been een. As rapidly as d ft fingers cut roots and twigs to lit snug, they were wound with threid and placed In small bundles. These bundles of ten. fif teen or t went five tiny trees were then sent to the country by parcel post. These trees were to be planted in the home gardens of the pupil teacher-ancaiefully cultivated for a year before being sot out permanently. That the interest in this real vital work of education is growing is shown by the fact that the number of tree" d teachers are getting ready for this Orders by wire promptly filled. Hearse sent to all points 5wr fe H f Oflice Mt. Veriiou ALunuraental Building GEORGE OWENS, 3 Manager p :J PJIOXE llii jWEAKNI f" by but is promptly relieved iuiiiiuiuiuiumiuiuuiiuiii&uiiiiiiiiiiuuiuiuiiiiuiiiiiuii ij the nieical nourishment in nerve-quiete- Scott s Emulsion v.'i:i is not a alcohol greatest bat nature's nerve -- builder, without r, 13-- 23 cr opiate. Scott & Borcnc, Bloonifield, N. J. UNDERTAKER J. C MeCLARY a and EMBALMER 4 ;mg, Etc VV. - 0vw - f scfuinsf,' ocw- y -- NEATLY DONE "7 -r 5. j n, Men. Wowen and Boys' Saddles, Ringing iu prwe trom to 84.50 S15.00. h -- ?r rY s Stanford, Ky. to buy Spectacles ami Eyeglassc- - for Sl.oOanil up. Cold. t Silver and Aluminum Frames. selection in town. Kyes tested Free. Years of experience. e Old Main .street back of Court house. 4- r I . VPiftpr-Kec-JPOUND, thcplni-I.ar-.jes- nAm UAV lO. f d3P3cpd:S fi rwrsna says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. 1 was hardly able to do any of my housework. Alter taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give .TKWRLKR AND OPTICIAN. COX Z3K03. STOKE Ja C. fVIOORE It Always Helps X r. TT tt.. Dentist Phone 4'J-- S. - .oriover Stoi-- e lt $ & MT. VKRNON, K TWENTY-FIV- E Fron tRooms over Baker's jcc3oo?'- rr-ro- W. T. FRANCSS, f!S Dentist Vovnon, K The Woman's Tonic a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. 33$3& m Home and office in the late residenci 2r. Myers formerly occupied on JOld Main St.,EMt. Vernon. J. rQBBSN- Get a Bottle Today! "WE . ,. dEiKittizQ Over U. G. Baker's Store. Crowy and Bridge Work a spec ia All work guaranteed. W. $1 .50 Trip Itounri 1 .30 Trip Round ii HRT RPBfflfflVlMlH WtQW&T!TSKWT2PEl - A DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE ' C. "rfrfv WJtwwxGIIwfmv MT. Williams, VERNON. On And don't have to grease ATTORNEY-AT-LA- SPECIAL TRAIN KY. Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. "'S&ilss&utwaciSSSB' iililily1ljWaf;fi The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Chun street. Special attention givei to collections.! iSrOFFICE. 2rd. floor bat once a week. MafeMKtfltKkybyCHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Phone No. 8o. iw UxMgtoii, Ky. i . N S