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ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 20. 1913. '!!!!!!!l!!!!!!!J!;!I!I!I5iInii wkwft ' CMS'tiJWSfiMBBfflR & : .:.." 04:.tts'isKV ktv' '-- ika. sSMW . 5akfcjH TfMl O'-'Jil- r. MW w&s K shbkVa .Vtt) -- ''& ': , & -- Vg MESttMW, 2Bffl7 "-r rti S8i a aMIKSMl ss' risiHwm fgsamr "yRiiiw HgBH. vfvvAVLteaiWi W2?Bmffl 'ill ' nm rwi (iifjiUfli - lliai Mw HS! i.. luiW'WTa. . X ss' - t3 ii C" jttsk WTSWWs. w. WWIWI ijCjrSml nW t psrii ca nA yfS i,mm ae 1 ,i.MA in WZVM I Ccot CC f July asaaaaaaacaoeesaaaaaaaaaaa oe a .oa a a a a a oa a a a Everybody's Doin' It. DoirT What? .a 00 tip oo o a w tiei KfflMBfc, i ; " A ."(tK iiMB-Ki- ss m mm :j; izr.i ... . ss! za li'inrnnrnun ?S8B ll I Mil J I " lUaUlrSWM ii .11 i iwkmmabwi iw wrnwi" aucc. GCes. OSQO iikk.v.iwwi 'HlW W'Vltt'i , tr ml w ml (M JdxMk m, J'7' If1 iao '38 S) 439 ? cod Fair GROUNDS Ill I .a is .a a a a ...ocS ota a a a a Tradi n S with as U.G BAKER ??????????H????H?f!n?i!?!mm?H!fcnnnn!Br j;,'f !i' ri'i 1MB3P jioujlj ao oeo (fill 11! ooO ecSl a a a at09 M6 49 OS ufi ad i.oa Particulars Next Week i: ' a oa a Specialists in the Right Kind of Goods The Right Kind of Prices. at itu6tatoetttgkv Jj 1 out id was once a citj'zeuof our town was Joseph Lamb. -- Died June 16th. prevails all over the State. They here Saturday shaking hands the little daughter ot Mrs. Eliza know, they say tha,t Bepkba.ni ha.s. with his many friends - T. J. Parker of Pneumonja fever. Drs. the backbone to stand tar what is they're coming from every direction to have Niceley of Mt. Vernon, Sheriff of Eugene Brown, of Staufard, ijd right and what the people want, this county, and a candidate ior Pennington of London were called and has never yet been known to their wants supplied in Dry Goods County Court Clerk was here to see Mr. H. W. Bowman who sidetraack an issue when it has Saturday. W. G. Niceley the was stabbed by Harrison Holt, on been brought before him, even Furnishing Goods Clothing Shoes Grohotel man, has been quite sick for Monday. W. M. Preston was in though it cost hira a Senatorship. Mr. and The editors told him that his ceries can depend upon it the fresh-boug- ht a few days There were services Boston, Wednesday. Provisions Hardware thp Presbyterian church Sat- Mrs. H. F. Niceley of Richmond, friends are increasing daily and at shapeliness of Clothcraft Clothe$ is there urday evening and Sunday, con-b- y are spending a few days with Mr. that the attacks made upon him Implements Queens-war- e after a the Rev. Geo. Watson. Edd Niceley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. and his past official record are. men have found stay helpmg, rather than hurting, for Pwens was run over by a train W.G. Niceley. Stoves - Ranges Stove Vessels the people know vyhat ne has suit has been discarded, the coat can u'iar B.ej;ea, and Que of his legs Clothcraft dom? audwhtsie he stands, and PEOPLE FOR BECKHAM, crushed so it $(ad to ))$ amputated Oils Varnishes be worn for years for work or rough use with- He is doing as well as uoula Unot afraid oi him running file away frQm any proposition. nexpected Oscar Ai'genbright Say County EpiTORS Carpets and Salt Fertilizers losing its original shape and fit. AT THK1E Qov. Reckham was nn honored was in Berea Sunday. Mr. .and Annual M RinfiNG T..vsa' guet at the annual banquet of Stoneware and everything you ever saw first class ii'i?;nings and tail- Mrs R. T. Lemonds and daughter Shape is built jji Clotli-ora- ft WEKk.' the Kentucky Press association Elizabeth have been visiting relaoring, satisfactory wear and not pressed Clothes Thursday night and responded to any Department store. tives in Paris Tenn., for the past w S service. :i part of in. It's tsvo weeks. On last Friday night A dispatch to a Louisville paper the toast "The Commonwealth". iheiuselveft and it. will keep Howard Panr.el ;irl Miss Fany from Olymphia Springs, Bath He was given an ovation Y'Qefl IV'.o hack u this guarantee Rivers eloped to Jellico, Teun,, Cinty, last weelf, .aidi he wa polled, upon hy Ue toast 3ou' after theIotlies are worn with out own because after and up to the present have not Olymphia Sonnei,. Kv.. June master, retiring President Ed out. careful inyestiguiiou we find returned. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. 13. J. C. W. Beckham 'Shinnick, the guests all risin to There's no guess work their feet wit a a tumult of aplhat Clothcraft Clothes maka Lindsay of Dayton Ohio, have re- candidate for the Democratic plause as he began. The oth,PY :il)out this Clot (turue4 U7 their home after a visit gGfl on every point. They with his brother D,vjd Lindsay nomination for United States Sen- speakers of the evening veiCj Ool. Clothes are guaranteed .to ator, spent Friday here shaking are H) to J55 ami we can, of this place. W. M. Todd oi hancjs with phtj shape. hold their meirj'qers of tlie jij. Pojk Johnson, Harry Somm.ers nrove to ,vou tliaj thay are! Mt. Vernon, wTas here Sunday. Kentucky Press Association, wfco T C. Underwood,' Mike O'SuHivan Sam k! bought were married The Clothcraft guarantee W- - H. worth more. who got have been in annual session thic and J. B. Stears, Oo'.tongim cloth, easily also insures The rrjeeiiug Qnajly adjourned their entire outfit poisoned n CpjJngtjn, rm ipe veplf. Qnv. Beckham is persoq Bakers, and are as happy iflday at rtnoq. Tjyo iron iiiy cream lias rpcoyerefl qinjoisc eyqry Ki?ovA.n iq cell have been fidderi to pur ney' pQuntry edtqr in the State, and as big sun flowers. are specialists jail, so the marshal is no? ready a big majority pf them, j'e en- DRAPNRSS CANNOT BE furnishing outfits for the newly weds. to take care of his prisoners in an thusiastic tor him toi the nominaCURED, and most complete line in town. style. The writer was tion next year. They were all by local application, as they canup in Cincinnati, last week, and glad to .see him, and although not reach the diseased portion of Union Suits, separate while ieeyfsite(l f.hp oo garden politics of any sort is, ot course the ear. There is only one way Suits for Men, Women and Children. wu took a peep ax tfye Ri.atfy ljfile laboMbd ot the formal asogjation to cure deafness, an$ hai is hy are Selling Agents for the coy,stHvUftnaj rmadies. Deafness monkeys, tfie ugly elephants, the segsjon, it is a vry cristcnt Is caused b,j an inflamed cooditiou big snakes ad'the toll giraffes topic qf discussion, between times, of tne raucous liuinji o the Eusta- It is amuHitu? hero of Jate tjo Uap and a large mpiiher qf the most Qldan Tubo. When this tube is the depot when a passenger tiain influential oditor rami over the Inflamed you have a rumbling pulls in, to watch the hand state made it a p lint to assure the souud or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed. Deaf- shaking going on. You would of their earnest sup ness is the result, and unless h$ iuk it wawhome coming week, port of his candidacy. ; inflammation can be taken out but iu is onjy some pne jf Ujg Rn yi)eij it was poised aboiit thqt rid, h.lq tuhe restorod to Us Gentry has returned to his home public-- n UKEEN. V9V LEYEL pit candidates so gad 10 lie as coming, stvat q s uoriRal conditiau, hearing will be in Oklahoma. The six months see the dear peoplp. Bmibr J. P. ardent admires and supporters, destroyed forevcrj uiue cases out The farmers are vevy busy cut old baby girl, of Mr. and Mrs. Mullins of Level Green is vi.iitlng Including Harry Soinmers, or- the 1.leu ai'e caused by Catarrh which nothiug but an inflamed con- H ling wheat, they report wheat J. B. Cummins died last Friday his son John Mullins. Col. W.R. Lli.abethtown News, ,&! : A Ben B. ill Hitinn nfrhP mnmn. cin.rno W. night and was bur ed at Poplar ... generally bad. Mr. and Mrs. Dillion, of London, was in our Cozine, of the Shelby ville, News, We will give Qno Hundred spent Grove Saturday Mrs. Frank of Brodhead, J.Owens, town Saturday. S. E Penning- John B. Gaines, of the Bowling Dollars toy any case of Deafness 9 Saturday and Sunday with M r. Catron has been very sjck afc the ton has purcbfjAod ft Ijvory stable Green Iews, Shelto.n au(ey., .tf (caused by catarrh) that cannot and Mis. Ben Riddle. C. E home of her father. Mr. John at London andjs movitg hjs fami- the Stanfqrd JiHeriqf Journal, he enred by Hall's Catarrh Care Cure, Send for circulars, free. Dr. Lawrence bought Mullins wis here Tuesday. Clay Kiddle. ly there. Maiden Summers and Gamel Seniff, of the Mt, Sterling J. F. Chrnry & Co. Thompson returned last Friday a nice mare fioni Mrs. Ellen family will visit relatives in Uli- - Advocate, T. Tf, Brgg, 0f ,i1(j Toledo, Ohio. from a three week? stay in Indian Baker for loo. The Baptist fifth nois, in a few day. Miss Ktia Gloagow Tmec, J. B. Stears, of Sold by all Druggists, 7c. apolis, he .says Vic Price will arrive Sunday meeting will be held at Cable of Brodhead, who has been the Nicholsvihe News and Hon. Take Hall's Family Pills for some time this week. T. J. Mt. Pleasant in this month attending school at Richmond, John R. Thomas, of the Lebanon constipation. Browji was up ' from Somerset-Sa- l There will be several preachers wason Saturdays train enrout Falcon met him as mr he de present and dinner on the ground home. Col. Dave urday night and Sunday. 9 Jackson of scended from the bus at the To the RePubUcans, of Rockcastle Mrs. Emeline Broyles who had Jjoujsyille Miss Nannie Catron has returned him. n onrrl.ol I COUntyj was with our merchants SnrinoQ onH W onP 111! Uf tl -- r Vu Many Republicans from all liome afrer spending two weeks been a sufferer of paralysis for Saturday. Joseph Chjldregs vjcfi vpeJeotne, T)y aqd, other proml with Miss Ola DeBord. Dr. and more than three years passed into in Corbin Saturday. Joe is visit- nQnt editors from other sections sections of the county have invited beyond last week Mrs. H. H. Isaacs, of Bee Lick the great ing that town quite often. Mrs. ot the state gavo him the most me to make the race for the Re Key- - John Besides an aged husband she Mary B. Owens, was Made In all Leathers spent Sunday here. newest, Nobbiest called to encouraging news. They say .that publican nomination for the office The de styles for Soward filled his regular appoint- leases five sons and four daughters Berea Sunday ou account of her he has the people of the State of county court clerk. Ladies, Gentlemen, Boys, Girls'. ment, at Friendship, Saturday She wan buried at Burnetts husband having to have his leg with him. mand being so general and and Sunday, he and his daughter, Chapel. Little Elizabeth Isaacs amputated. News reached here Every pair as good as the The editors say that the country urgent on their pajtt I decided to the little babies night with is spending a few days with HatJ. &f.on(Jay thit H. W. Bowman had Miss Bertha, spent the enter he race. I feel that I am people are thoroughly frqiliar . money will Bakerfs and Mr. and Mrs. Estel Price. Miss and Gladys Price. beed stabbed by Harrisqn Holt wi.h the record he made as. well qualified to fill this imM. M. Brown after a lingering been suffering office. finished a I Ora Brown has near Cruise Ferry. Dr. R. G. Governor. They remember that portant you will wear Diamonds illness of tuberculosis passed from Webb of this place with tonsilitis ior a few days. course in bookkeeping and general and Dr. he paid oft" a State debt almost Mr.and Mrs. Eli Saylor, of Plato, life into eternal death last Wed- Troutman of East Bernstadt, as large as the present one and business about twelve years ago attended church at Friendship nesday. He" leaves a wife two were called and up to this time built a new Capitol without in- which vocation Jl have since Suudav and took dinner with sons, and four daughters and a sye have failed to learn the pa- creasing the tax rate one cent or followed for a Jiving, I write a host of other relatives and friends Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Shell. rticularsLater Bewman died issuing bonds, and most of aU, plain, legible hand aud will be Hasty, of Lincoln, was to mourn his loss. He was laid to Wednesday morning at 4: a. rn. they Eniuiett the editors say able to keep such a record cfi remember,, rest in Providence cemetery. down Tuesday to attend the and his remains were taken to that Beckham was the first man your valuable papers. Mace of his father-in-laYour aid in my behalf for this burial Richmond yesterday for burrial In public office of prominence Brown. Mrs. Will Brown and daughter with the nerve to make a fight office is kindly solicited and will Mr. Simeon Sowder who has Mrs. C. EL Blauford visited rela- against the all powerful liquor be appreciated. A. C. FOR FLETCHER'S Veryincerely been visiting his brother, tives in London Wednesday. W. interests, aud gave the people the M. Prestou and children are temperance laws they wanted. W Hubert- BA rnes Sowder, and sister, Mrs. Sallie Shape is Cut and Sewed to Stay in Clothcraft Clothes Many that visiting relatives at Boston, Ky. Editors who say they were never for him for a nomination before Mr. James Raiubo, of has returned home after a are now enthusiastically aligning Miss Ruth Repport of Mt Vernon, was the attractive guest of few days visit with his son David themselves under his banner, and Miss Alice Waid last week. L. Rambo of this place. Died June bring reports from their conM, Westerfield, of Paris, who i7th. a little child of Mi, and Mrs. stituents that the same situation V 1N (J S T O N. May-woo- d, the demand for BAKER'S Bargain is sweeping over the country for miles and miles a, Tides! It Notions Tools Tinware YOU to Farming Paints Furniture Hats Qips in the-cToiliA- S Ex-Go- v. hci'ni JUNE "The Month of Brides and Roses. Kate at all-wo- ol UNDERWEAR We in Largest fo-dat- e We SUTTON I J CELEBRATED or DIAMOND BRAND Jfe ill jfsf ,. I ,.,,. '.'.jIIbSHJ i!H .' QuSriS A9SAv: (Am VA b V 1 II i. IV ff :::::t::tntttt:n s r L The 'and buy; Trade at IL G. BAKER, Specialist ii My w, CMldren Cry " CASTORIA - MT. VERNON, Old Kentyck Hame." JTT! I I MM HkTTTT Htilim mos: 9 m iiwhi mi m wi itotfiwiiinni'W ti iii 11 fliiw w A. TEXAti WUNDER. . CHILDREN HAVEH cures kidney The Texas wonder WORMS. and bladder troubles, removing Mary Friday, June 20, 19 13 mothers think their j g gravel res uiaCe'es, we:'.K ana children an; suffering from indi- i l'iiue backs, rheumatism and all 3 gestion. headache, nervousness, Boone Way Notes. Published every Friday by irregularities of the kidneys a?id weakness, Writing under date of .June 14 are victimscost.venes. when they EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, Regu in both men and women. of thit most common Trfc? from Chapel Hill, N. C. to , our oi'al! children's ailments worms htes bladder troubles in children. $I.OO Booster Secretary, Prof. Archibald Peevish, UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR fretful If not soid by jour druggist, will fl Henderson says "Immediately children, who toss and grind be sent by mail on receipt of $1. thir following the receipt of your kind teeth, One small buttle is two months' with bad breath and Advertising rates made known on treatment, and seldom fails to letter of information as to the colic.y pauis, have all thcsvmptons amplication of having worms, and should c bend for testi- pertect a cute. Boone Way, I went to Winston, Kickapoo W-r- m monial-- from this and other states. Killer, a Salem to make an address, and plessant MADE AT HOME I Dr. fi. W. Hail, 2926 Olive street MEMBER OF candv lozenge; which carried your letter with me. I expels worms, regulates the bowels ,St. Louis Mo., Sold bj druggist. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION showed it to Mrs. Patterson and tones up the system, and makes Sfl5 talked with her at kngth about children well and happv. Ki;ka her plans. She hopes, during the poo Wo m Killer is guaranreed. FfcSS FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S summer to mature her plans and All druggists, or by mail. Prico ' Kickapoo Indian Medicine 25c 1 !A actually begin work on the N. C Co , Philadelphia and 3t. Louis. end, marking the Boone trail. The Currau committee report on She wants me to so over to ROCKCASTLE COL'NTY'S TRIP TO ANNOUNCEMENTS. Winston Salem, and from tin police conditions submitted to the various depositions of people New York Oitv Board of AlderDE3I0CKATIC TICKET. living along the route, which I men Saturday changes collusion "We Are Authorized to Announce W. A. TODD have in my possession, locate on b 'tween police and criminals in for Jailer of Rockcastle Bubjectto As a candidate arranging burglaries. PERSONALLY CONDUCTED BY HOME PEOPLE the action or the Domocratlc party. Aucrust pri- a large map the Boone trail in mary. 1013. Postotilce: Level Green. Ky. On our last page appears two this State. I hope that, if you The hotel and Cave has boon reserved for this Excursion, and SHERIFF columns in plate form, pertaining Authorized to Announoe We Are learn anything more about BoDue, by special arrangement no other party will be booked for this date. D. M. CRESS. JR. any papers, letters, to school conditions in Kentucky. As a candidate for Sherifl of Rockcastle subject to especially All boys or girls under 10 years of ago in ca.-- of parents or the action of the Democratic party. August Primary. 1913. documents, etc., in existence in It is worthy of the consideration Ohaperones will be Wo are Authorized to announce Kentucky, you will be so good of every re der of this paper. REPRESENTATIVE as to inform me of their whereWe Are Authorized to Announce We get it from a reliable source XAT B. 3EWELL Irom the70th Ana candidate lor Representative tlid Ccuuties ol abouts. that work on the new hot. will T.iiisi;itive District, composed of Two big days sight seeing from start to finish. I was delighted to have the start next Monday. We certainly Laurel uud Rockcastle, subject to the Democratic Primary, August v;, iui.i. The party will leave Ml. Vernon, 0:53, a. m.. June 2J! goimr nn papers you sent me; and beg that hope so. if you publish any more historical rcgul.ir morning train from all stations. TICKET. J'.EPriJLICAN Sutton &. M ulkv are ready to COUNTY ATTORNEY. articles you will send me copies." We Are Authorized to Announce E. 1J. THOMPSON Prof. Henderson is writing a begin the foundation for their. ROUND TLIIP R. R. PACE BOARD AT CAVE 1IOTRL As a candidate lor County Attorney of Rockcastle new brick "History of the Times of Col. subject to the action ol tne itepuoucan pai ly, Meals or Lodging. Prom all stations. Primary. 1913 Mrs. Oleo brown took charge E. R GENTRY Richard Henderson" which of uOe Adults $4.35 Adults Aa a candidate for County Attorney ot Eockcastle Mrs. ubject to the action ol the Republican party, Au- course will include the history of of the post office Monday. Children S2.i0 Children 50 gust Primary. 1913. the life of the great Kentucky C. B. McKenzie is the assistant. SHERIFF. frontiersman, Daniel Boone. ExWe Are Authorized to Announce GUARANTEED ECZEMA Limit on tickets 10 day?. CAM MULLINS changes are requested to note REMEDY for Sheritt of Rockcastle subject to As a candidate the action of the IKepubllcan party, August ri the post office address of Prof One route in the Cave or two routes for $3.00 The constant itching, burning, inary. 1913. Archibald Chapel redness, rash and disagreeable We Are Authorized to Announce Henderson, Coys or fJ iris under 10 years passed free in the Cave. T. S. BEANS AMON effects of eczema, As a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle subject to Hill, N. O. and request any read tetter, salt the action of the Republican party. August Pri ers who have information etc., as rheum, itch, piles and irritating mary, 1913. This trip has boon approved bv all County officials, as well as Wc Are Authorized to Announce mentioned above, bearing on life skin eruption can be redily cured the Superintendents of City and County Schools, which makes it an FRANK BAKER and the skin made clear and As a candidate for Jailer of Roefeca&tle subject to of Boone, to kindly advise Prof. or the Republican party. August smooth with Dr. Hobson's Eczema opportune time to see the Cave now. the action Primary. 1913. Henderson of same. Write or phone L. & N. Agent for particulars. Ointment. Mr. J. C. Eveland, of a We Are Authorized to Announce HARRY JONES IT has been suggested that Bath 111 , says: 'T had eczema subject to As a candidate for Jailer ofRockcastle t.vontn-fivyears and had tried j r5 the action ot the Repdblican party. August Pri- each and all namesakes of that 7 mary. 1913, ,l,.Ar.,tl,,,r j 11 fr..n famous old frontiersman Dan.el T fomd Dr Hobson's' $3eS3ee-&3cWe Are Authorized to Announce ns Eczema JAMES WINSTEAD gav . isooue, contribute something to Qinttmeut I found a cure". K? ?. EPS As a candidate for Jailer ot Rockcastle subject to P I thi action of the Republican party, August Pri- - the Boone Way postage fund to This ointment is the formula of 3i sri.. I i - 2 Evsa'" L, J uiury, 1913. .. 2 vi We Arc Authorized to Announce i. aid in defraying expenses of the a physician and has been in use 33 J. C. MIZE An I experiment. for years not an As a candidate, for Jailer of Rockcastle subieet to big correspondence made necessS3 Y Republican paity, August Prithe action ot the mary. 1913. & ary in the great work of promot- That is why we can guarantee it ft We Are Authorized to Announce Here are several reasons why I trad M. C. SOWDER ing and putting thru Congress a All druggists, or by mail. Price Pfeiffer Chemical to Co., Asacandidate'torJailer ot Rockcastle subjectPri50c. V: C, C. Davist Score: bill for constructing the proposed Philadelphia and St. Louis. the action or the Republican party. Augubt mary, 1913. Wo Are Authorized to Announce National highway from Cumber1 BII.LIE BAKER Tell a man than there are 270, BHOAl'SK- - Quality considered, his price can't As acandidato for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to land Gap to Crab Orchard Ken&3 Republican party, August the action of the Primary. 1913. tucky. Any sum amall or large iG9, 230,001 stars and he will belie '? .j'tK,. COUNTY COURT CLERK will be properly acknowledged lieve you. But if a sign says fresh ISTCCAl'SlC There are no delays; customer We are authorized to announce a and the donor will be enrolled as paint, he has to make a personal S. F. BOWMAN receive prompt attention. as Court As a candidate for county, subieet County action a investigation, by dobbing the end to the member of Uoone Way Booster cierk ot Rockcastle of the Republican party. August primary 1913. & iri R I BiWAUriE-TIiin- gs wc get at Chas. C. D.iV We are authorized to announce caild iNO. 1. ftit VerUOn, Ky., of his forefingers on the surface to HUBERT UAnm-see for himself if the sign is telling Store are all niriit. 4 as As a candidate for county, subject County Court workers in this great undertaking. 1 . to the action ofRockcastle Clerk ina-? ot the Republican party. August primary 1913. All persons in sympathy with the a truth or bluff iibUAUM- 1- lhmgs that ijo wrong bought at "V " Chink's" place will be made right". movement are requested to exOF SCHOOLS. SUPERINTENDENT ( Don't you wint a blue hack to Announce We Are Authorized tend their aid. Send contribu- - speller like our grand fathjis MISS TEMPEST WAHD BECAUSE The poor man's dollar is worth just t?&KJKK,2n5?fi.fiSMfltions to the Band at above address ued? I5 cents at telephone g as much at Charley's place as the rich man's. party, Auirust Primary, 1913. Should the reader know any of Mt. Vernon Ky., or by We Are Authorized to Announce IjICCAUSE There are no leaks from his store: J. W. KINCER these namesakes kindly cssist mall iS cents. As a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of every deal is strictly confidential. Rockcastle subject to uieacuouoiiuu uupuuianu Boone Way to the extent of sendparty. August primary. 1013. CAN'T KEEP IT 3U.CRET. to Announce We Are Authorized ing the address ot same to Mt. BECAUSE Chas. C. Davis is never grouchy if CHAS. B. ANDERSON The splendid work of ChamberSuperintendent of Schools of Vernon. you don't Imy. Asa candidate for to the notion ot the Republican lain's Tablets is daily becoming Rockcastle subject Exchanges please copy. party. August primary, 1913. more widelv known. No such Try Kim. Phsnc S. ASSESSOR grand remedy for stomach and Announce We Are Authorized to IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP HARRISON BURDETT liver troubles has ever been known SK5sSaSgSCESSSSESSSZEiEL'-2?.- I. subject SS582SmZ2E2233E?5B5EES3SE3 THE UNITED STATES As a candtdato for Assessor ol Rockcastle August For sale bv Chas. C. Davis. of the Republican party. to the action MT. VERNON SIGNAL the Milton News seems peeved and gets off this one: Yourgraud father voted for McCreary and why not your grandsons? I j ered, j Koya g rowder tot m is ie luxury ot eating ON'T BE GROUCHY. Don't come in with your mind made up you wouldn't buy a Suit from us at any price or that our Spring stock isn't nice. Don't we know you don't mean it. Come in and smile. AVe're worthy of it. And theulothes i Children Cry OAm TR Children Cry OASTO R A are, too. SPECIALS IN $15.00 SUITS MAMMOTH CAVE, jane 23 $15.00 Suits that laugh right out for happiness. $15.0') Suits that echo Springtime from every seam and button. $15 . 00 Suits well, what's the "ood e of telling you all about them here in the newspaper when we're SUliE you will come in and look them over try one on, ma be ami let your wife see how well you and become one another. Cot n 1I10 PASSED THROUGH THE CAVE FREE clothe wife? this-f- ull .ii.uk-us- t It's back . a happy world, of grand things, if you will only smile And the $15.00 Suits are great helps to happiness. $-.- 00 yP- TT Md IL v rru rr I i-- rv v O i 1 e a2;?ifr: Livingston, Ky -J it GRANVILLE OWENS I UNDERTAKER j I at Drug B rod head Ky & ft n v "- &c y ? immrnmi JmmMk WA'ilTZvX&fl iw--r- COMPLETE LINE ;inu Robes, vomnN Man- - Tegraph or Tele nhone orders Pi- - omptly a F-- 5 Filled. I I Ex-chan- t Emergency siekne-s- j Primarj. 1913. Magistrate First Magisterial As a candidate lor of K. Mt. VcrnoD and Walnut District, composed Orove voting: precincts, subject to the action ortne Republican party general ptimary election, Augusta, 1913. We Are Authorized to Announce J. H. JAMBERT Ab a candidate for Magistrate Second Mapisterial District, composed ot W. Hit. Vernon. Orlando and Roundstone voting precincts, subject to the action of the Republican party general primary election. Aucust2, 1913. REPRESENTATIVE. We Are Authorized to Announce I P. THOMPSON from the 70th Asacandidate for Representative the Counties of Legislative District, composed of Laurel and Rockcastle, subject to the Republican Primary. August 2, 1913. We Are Authorized to Annoucno We Are A orized to Announce O. R. LUEER the 70th As a candidate for Represeatative'frotnCounties or LeirislUve District compoied of the Laurel and Rockoasre. tUJiectto the Republican imary, August 2, 19113. MAGISTRATE. We Are Authorized to Announce W. M. SOWDER For the Eastern of Kentucky, in Bankruptcy. of Distri ct rrTrKBrrrrr-AsFrrrrrmri- e t uu j j m.. u mji- -' jwrg BUgBCgfiE wp Mioy1.iVj;!wi'f.J'JW.TMUil. 'A'S'l TWTSMTm Jjuiik account tides you through , loss of employment, hard times, accidents and had The Trne Vafes of a Paint is m its Durabifcty 1 crops. 'nv1.'",' TVT"" In the matter The New York medical so- cieties claim that Dr. Friedman is not "ethical'' inasmuch as he wishes to get some financial remuneration from his discovery of It looks a tuberculosis cure. somethin g like jealousy to a man up a tree. Tell a man right off the reel that some acquaintance was burried on Tuesday, or any other day of the week; the man will usually ask the unnecessary and foolish ques tion : ' Why? is he dead? g ' By E. D. Stage y D. C. Louisville Post: Wall street is .b'OR THE always threatning to commit BEST LAXA1IVE AGED suicide on the White House steps but always lets the razor slip or Old men and women feel the need of a laxative more tha-- i forgets to pull the trigger. young folks, but it must be safe one which will Senators Bradley and James and harmless andDr. Ki:.g's New not cr.use pain. will collaborate on a bill to be Life Pills are especially good for presented ax the next session of the aged for they act promptly RecomCongress looking to the promotion and easily Price 2.5c. by Chas. C. Davis. mended Qt Boone Way. The Assistant Attorney General i ; no oflfen.e says that against the game laws of t e State. What's his ruling on snipe hunt- June A. D. 1913. ing with a sack and lantern ? J. W. Menzies. Clerk. frog-huntin- Charles H. Rice. On this 9th day of June A. D. i9i3, on considering the petitin of the aforesaid bankrupt for dis charge, filed on the 7th. day of June A. D., i9l3, on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed on th"; 7th day of June A. D. 1913, it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the Sth day of July A. D. 1613 befoie said court at Covington in said district at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon, or as near thereto as practicable, and that notice there of be published in The Mt. Vernon Signal, a newspaper printed in said district, and all known creditors and other per?ons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. Witness the Honorable A. M. J. Cochran, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereof, at London in said district, on the 9th. day of A Bankrupt ft Manna s ween 3seal ram! I ffl a W$k m A you f..'iitist bniikrnptcy after Hoods, lightning-- tornadoes. and rvclones. Will rtt you out of any trouble and keep you out. , I BANK WITH US --. IS THE "Made-to-We- PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. ar Ksn" mmsm r?iB ?&: mm FOR SALE BY For Sale by J, B. NOE, Mt. Vernon, Ky JONAS McKENZIE I "FittisSbwfflfa. Perfect" Fence I n LOWEST IN COST Because HIGHEST IN QUALITY Don't forget, when you buy fence, that pii'co is not cost. Price is only what you pay whan you buy. Cost is all ycu have had to pay up to the time you must replace the old fence with new. The low cost to. you of "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence is because it is made of special Open Hearth wire, electrically welded at every joint, which gives it greatest strength and longest life, and reduces maintenance cost to the lowest figure, SELZ "SHOES THE quality and genuine fence service for e3S money than any other fence affords, That's the point to remember. In "Pittsburgh Perfect" you get more "ROYAL BLUE" F you need a good pair of shoes it Made in Different Style, for HELD, FARM, RANCH. LAWN, CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN RJ fix mranfpPfl is to your interest to examine the Sek line before you buy Bright. Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twitted Cable Wire; Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence Strples; Poultry Netting Staple ; Regular Wire Large Head Nail; Galvanized Vire Nail; Tie "Pitts-bursh Roof in? Nails; Sinele Loop Bale Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade 1 you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. Perfect" Brtnd.of Barbed Wire: "Pittttursh If you are interetted in Wire Fencing, write for FREE copy of our ALMANAC. 1913 Perfect" Fencing. All made of Open Hearth material. Pittsburgh Steel Co. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania JONAS McKENZIE IT MT. VERNON, KY. rTr fl mr ' i MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Veknon,Ky. -1 , .Turn 20, i9. 7ACal up "No. 79" wlienyC Mvouwun toCommunl. v'' cate with SIGNAL The L. & N. R. rTco., will spend the Summer. Hill to the residence of his mother offer the following reduced rate Misses Ida Mav and Elizabeth on Main St. Mr. Barnes recently tickets: To Knoxville. Ausrust Adams left last Friday morning resigned a good position with the Louisville t N ashvillc R. R. Co. 3oth, to Nov. 1st, limited to 10 for Calilornia for an indefinite Kentucky Portland & Cement Co. days, 4.85 round trip. Good for f TIME TABLE. stay. and has announced himself a can- sleepers. To Knoxville on Tues- J 4.f)9 p m W. T. Brooks' work tram has didate for County Court Clerk. 2i' HCTln days and Thursdays of each week a ni been here for some days. Every-- ; Hubert is well qualified for the 24 nortn 3:53 Aug. Both, limited 5 days for gj Miss Myrtle Murry 11:38 am one here gives "Tony" the glad position 33 south t Not good for 3 00 round trip. was here from Crab Orchard 12:19 am hand. .21 South sleepers, Both acct. ot National Pine Hill railroad agent E. F Thursday of last week between Tolal $96,021,74 Conservation Exposition. To CinJas. Landkum, Agent. Bryant and O. D. Bryant freight trains. Miss Mary Proctor is cinnati, Aug. 22, i and 25 limited Phone No. 8. LIABILITIES were visiting spending a few days with rela- qgpnfr Livingston Sep. 1st., $5.48 round trip; acct., 2 Capital Stock paid in, Kuu-m- i at the Mt Vemon, Ky. Postcffice home folks at Big Fill, Sunday. rives and friends in Mt Vernon, of National Association of Retail mail matter. in cash .30,00 ).00 '.have your size in the Andrew Gentry, boss carpenter this week. C. Byron Owens has Surplus Druggists. To Nashville Sept. 14 Fund 1,700.00 with K. P. at Pine Hill, is doing returned home from Georgetown Undivided style you like. Profit, us. i,Soo,37 I5 and 16 limited Sept. 26, $7.95 PEB80XAL col a nice business with an ice cream where he has been attending round trip, account of National Deposits subject to 'Sir. Editor 3iul femily spent jstand in a tent near the com- - lege. Mr. and Mrs. Walter check Baptist Convention, (colored) To m it VE STAND BY WHAT 1 53,401.37 Y0U1BUY" Roberts, of May wood, were visitMoiwJay in the city. missary. Louisville Aug. 12. 13 and la ing relatives here a few days last Demand Certificates Misses Frances Forbs, Kjla Carlimited Aug. IS. $4.00 round trip Jack Wood. Wildie. who has of Deposit 19,070.00 Cable returned son and Bernice Landrum haye week. Miss Etta on account of Odd Pe.llc.ws oi A typhoid lever is improving 72.471-3home from Richmond Saturday, Kentucky qti(1 Spntfiftn Indiana, O. W. Wnlliu is one of the been the guests of Miss Louana where sbe jiatj ki been attending the - " ir i Whitehead at her beautiful country .TrT ' " regular force at K. P. plant. JiTV s.'y JiiLaafr ii?. Ze? tt wr itvr S0fi.o3i.7j. I'n fvinolnn Aiirr r.t li f. tIT. lr. Total Eastern Kentucky State ISurirnil. limited Aug. 19- $3.70 round, trip State of Rtsntucky Pine Hill will soon have new home, Whitewood. Miss Cable has a position with the on account of IIH10 Grass Fair. County of Rockcastle f Set. Atty. C. C. Williams. Capt. A. N. railroad section houses finished Brodhoad Graded School this J. G. Baker and F. I,. W. Bethurum Wo, I L. Miss Ethel Baker is with her Bently. Judge year. Mt. and Mrs. W. L ' "ShrONV li. V. bowman, a prominert SB Thompson Jr , President nnd and Atty. J. W. Brown will attend Owens were the guests of Mr. r and nnnl Mr.s. E. S. Albright for a few of H. W. Bowman at Cashier of the above named Bank, business man of Livingston, was the burrial Mrs. Ben Riddle near Walnut day. do solemnly swear that the above stabbed by Harrison Holt at this afternoon. All Around Comer -- to Court House 1 Sunday.- - Misses a job Richmond Grove last J. A. Bryant has received ' i Earl D. Fish ot Monday, Texas, Minnie Gentry and Clyde Watson statement is true to the best of Cruise Ferry, six miles East of rt?53!rc(gn r&ftrrsz? .wirMn..t..iJ ii. J' r Tffl BM lmmmmmmmmm of telegraphing on Northern Pacific Livingston Monday, from the has been visiting r&taiivts here left Monday for Richmond, to our knowledge and belief. jaiiroad in Minnessota. Bawman rlioft U. G. Baker, Pres. effects of which and at Wildie during the week. 4' .1 ." KenMrs. Joe Coffey, of near Wildie, He is a grandson of A. T. Fish enter schcd it the- Extern Wednesday morning at 4 o'clock. F. L. TjQmpsoq Jy (Joiner. who has been seriously ill is im- of Wildie, and is very much pleased tucky Spite formal. Mp. and it Subscribed and swprn to befqre The burial will take nJ.nn Mrs. Brack Durham were down SUMMER COLDS proving. Richmond the Knight with this couutrv. this beinjr his from b park's Quarry ;ud spent a me thjs i7 dtiy of June i9i3. Templars in charge. Tito trouble Saoultl not bo neglected. It mean3 a ccwtliMon In I. W. C&tlin. night station agent tr-faere Mj Commission Empires, few days during the wb1j. Mi-luns tha: Lrlnss on Pneumonia, Bronhltl3 oc nere nrsi as' given to us, started over some vssited Livingston seise olnc-- serious Clsease. Mr. p,?d Mrs. John Eghert Fish J. H. and Miss Dollie Owens of the week. to Bowman E. S. Albright, Notary Public sheep belonging of Crowed Txas, who have spent a few (lays with the family which had jumped into Holt's Mis Georgia B. Rice ud little been visiting relatives hpre and of Bob Roberts at Pine Hi!l this QUARTERLY REPORT. corn field and eaten some corn. Edna Davis 257? pending the week! t Wildie for three weeks wHli wvel:.. Frank Evans, of Berea, TT Report of the condition of The Holt demanded damages which ill Louisville. ar leavt tomorrow for their Wesfern was with his j?istiyyi , Mrs D. B. Ji Walter Rice is the engineer at home. Mp. pish is a prominent Chandler, from Saturday until C:tJ7ens. Bank;, do:ngj business in Rowmau agreed to p,y but retown of Brodhcad, County of fused vo py tie amount asked the Js a tjora remedy for sore throac aci! coltl cottleil in .e lungs, ie ft K. P. lime plant Pine Hill, and cattle man of Western Tpas. Monday. Willie Yadon is work- W3es .'In tho chest, has obstinate coughs, congestion in Rockcastle, State of Kentucky at by EJolt, which he (Bowman) . il good one too. Superintendent Steckel advisess i,g jn a restaurant at Danville for .. e -. rro, rvk'o-w .u.uj ii.. it is a J.nd ia:ni.3T resneuj', in the clpse of business on 4th day thought to be exorbitant. After made cr.iv o? :.; purest ittrcd't.-itpossesses a nronL!,. rf ul sooth-in- s znd Mr. and Mrs. John Colyer of that he will at an ea'iy date the presenf,. Mrs. J. V; Taje srA ' ealinj InSamre 1r th lung, threat ana Droncnia", tubes. a few short words passed the Arizona, are visiting rela- designate two days oc of the was the gtest of. Mrs. Maggie like- it because it is ploasant to the taste; Tucson it fa a story goes, that Holt pulled his rcUei Ti- tho tlrroet cr.J lun CIsoruers to wKkh children aro subject. RESOURCES. week as ''visitors" days who will Holmec at Crab Orchard over Suntive? and friend here. knife aud began cutting on Prica 25s, SOg 40,)3.4 Bowmen, cutting him twieo in tho $1.00 per Bofds. Miss Mary Proctor, of Brod-hea- be furnished with guides to show day. Mrs. nqniefi nrcopipajijed I,oans qnd Discounts Overdrafts, secured 1"(1 Buy tho 1.00 lf It for.tai.d flvo timc3 as much ca tho. :? ,. . visiting her cousin, Miss them over the plant and thru phe her home. MitjS Rfcbocpa is abdomen, either incision of which tr.d v o1. r.--t wlta each lsSUc a Dr. Kerriclt' iteil pr-,- . T',....- Unsecured wl)o has beep quite sick, works. Other days will be closed 336 4Q Amy Proctor this week. riastcr Jar tv chant. would have proven fatal, as in Qo Due from Banks, 8.776. rs. C. C. Williams is visit ing&davs when no visitors will be is reported better ap thja wnlp)g, PfiCPRISTM both instances the bowels were ST. LD'JS, MO. Ji'J5 ?. S.LAJSJ Lee Chandler is here from Cor-bi- n Cash on hands , jiri Lotted. Duo Notice will be 3, if 0.79 badly cut. Mrs. J. C. West, llior Bowman is said to fur V.caU Sihi or Sere Kyei, nse Sfciiaj Kye Salve. It cures. spending a few days with his Banking llotr, Furni at the .CajHna apartment. Louis-'Ule- . given tfcrtf the Signal. have struck Eolt over the head ture and Fixtures 4,847.56 parents. Geo. S. Durnam was in with his pistol after Holt had JjOOAIj town during the week. Aunt cut him oucf, but when he Job? pope, the old reliable, is CfifcSUut htrs keen quite sipk $57.3(J4H Sold by Ciiaa C. Davis McCormick Mowers and re- - Judith struck the pistol fell to the ground. still at the throttle of Engine No. this week. Miss Mary La'ngfora LIABILITIES. Bowman then turned and re 1 of the IC. P. C.& C. Co., Pine pairs at Eish's. and little sister, of Mt. Vernon, Capital Stock paid in, marked to Welt Mullins and his f Hill. " Dikd. Houston j.uj'dfj 11 died returned home Friday after in cash $15,000.00, wife and daughter aV who ' saw . . . Mr. and Mrs K. B. Mullins Monday at his home near jL'iue gpr.ndjng; a few days with Mr. Surplus Fund iqo.oq most of tb.ti trouble, chat he was enjoved the big entertainment Mill, eged f3. The burial took and Mr. 1 .jarrpti. Mi.s. Undivided Profits, less J. Kiueq. tie alsp saad to holt, in Lex'ngton by the U place Tuesday at Iyancrford. .ive Dave Cottengim, and little sqn, pxpenseq and taxes, "yon have killed me' to which C. Ts. Er.fljp, rP'? with relatives in Cor P?lid Mt. Vernon is handling more Sir.23 Ilolt, is said, to, have replied: Mrs. Lloyd Maret visited her poultry eggs and f)epris.its stibject tq &Q producp than bin tljis week. you that is what I Sister, hii-s- , "VYaren, and mother. it ever did before thpeU US, 100.43 intended to Miss Bjrda, the second daughat mine time do." Holt made his Mr.s. J. Tyree, ? London during of year. Trade among the ter of Mr. and Mrs. S 6,346.45 escape and so far has not been E. Time deposits the weeir. Chandler, and Robert Taylor, merchants is better. appreheuded. Bowman leaves r.nd Misses Alza Thompson sou of the late Opp Taylor, of Total S57,364.n an aged mothor, one sister and Margurile Lovell left Wednesday? yord was received here yes- Maretburg, were quietly married State of Kentucky. ) two brothers. morning for Nashuillf to visit Mrs. terday ij;a. L,uth r Hamlin, a son at the home of the bride Sunday County of RuckcLstlo j" Set. of A. H. Hamhn wa? rionsly Tom O'Mara. We, R. TT. Hanim and A.. M. afLepnoou. They immediately l!ALvE PLENTY OF TIME TO a saw log, in the log hurt by Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Mullins left for Mavetburg, where t!fty fl,itt, residnt ami Cashier of the EAT, jltlended the meeting of the U. C. woods in Bell county, where Mr. will make their- home TJ10 above riamec Baipk, dq sqlenuly There is a saying that "rapid T. ak Lexington last week report Hamlin has a big logging con- wedding wacjuito a surprise to swear that the above fitntpruent is eating is slow suicide". If you tract. a most delightful time. their many friends, wio wish 11 U to tl)a bwt Qf oyr knowledge have formed the habit of eating ioo rapidly you are most likely Marriedi Mr. George Ismay them much happiness, Miss Ray j and belief, "toqutre" 'P. N. Noe is on sick suffering from indigestion or conR. H. Huram. President a prominent merchant of Tulsa, Huut was here from Crab list. When he recovers we will stipation, which will result A. M. Hiatt, Cashier mention about his gettihg t,n.ng'.ed Oklahoma, and Miss Lula V. Orel ard with friends during the eventually in serious illness unless Subset ibed and sworn to before up in a spreading bale of fence Qcntry were married on June 5 week. Mrs. Mary Albright has Digestion begins m corrected. me this nth. day of June 1913. yo3 should be 1 at that pjace. ihe mouth. The bride is a returned home from an extended .wire a few nights since. My Commission Expires March thpjangiriy 'masticated and insali of Ml', and Mrg. George visit to relatives inCasey county. daughter d Leonard McHargue has vated. r.,en wnen you have a 1 f his store house near the W. Gentry, natives of Rockcastle - - M r s . Sa nth M rj t s yas, Have been the leading machines f the Jtobins, Notary Public. fullness of the stomach or feel dull John guest of her daughter, Mrs. M, .church building Pine Hill and now living in Oklahoma. and stupid after eating, take one H Barnes first of week The world for many years need one utfived his goods and the post of Chamberlain's Tablets. Many QUARTER I, Y RKPORT W. J. Newsom, Stale Manager series of meetings at the severe cases of stomach tioubls u:i office thereto duping the week. ot the Modern Brotherhood of Methodist Cuurch is being conReport of the condition f The and constipation have been enred now and we to sell you tM W. F. Roberts, of jear Pine America, will organize a Local ducted by the pastor, Rev. E. Bank of Mt. Vernon, doing by the use of these tn,be?s. They Hill, who has been confined lo Lodge carry a good line of McCormack andj ftf the order in Mt. Ver- M. Armitage, assisted by the business at the town of Mt. Ver- are easy t,o ake, and most agreeeffects his bed with grip and its able in" e.lfect. Sold by Chas. C. non, Ky,, Monday Evening June Rev. Fryman. Deering repairs. wire or call on c Miss Eila Carson non, county of Rockcastle, State Davis. since early in January is not im- 3o, 1 913 at Krueger Hal, over p(f Kentucky qt the plos,e ot proving in health. His friends Griffi.is store. A large class has js. at home from the Lfingdop, l)usines,s on 4th d.av of June ig 3. Memorial Schqo jn Mt. Vernon. Mrs, Mary M. Miller, widow arc hoping for a change for the been written, by Mr, Newson, RESOURCES. Little Misa Buen?v Ward, of Of the late M. - Miller died last better. $tl Uncle Logan McKinney, ot the London, is the guost of Miss Xoansand Qicoiints1 Sunday after an illness of only a William Hicks, of Los Angeles Car-piAda yVard.-.-Mj- ss Frit Overdrafts, secured and Hansford section celebrated his few hours. Mrs. Miller was 77 AH tjhe, California stopped off with of Gum Sulphur, and Mrs. 80th. birthday Monday. unsecured years of age and had enjoyed More 1,241.91 Livesay and visited at the Daisy Hunt, of Crab Orchard Due from Bauks 6,730.60 comparatively good health ail ihomcs,c other relatives in the .han i5o ot his friends, including Cash on hand children, grandchildren and great- were in town Wednesday. the while up until a few days 6.47s. 46 county 'last week on his way back grandchildren gathered and spent Banking House, Furnibefore her death when on two west from Wasinton City. Boone Way Friends: -- Dr a very pleasant day with Mr. or three occasion she was seized ture and Fixtures Among the visitors to jthe K. "Daniel Boone" Southard, now Expenses and taxes with attacks when for a time she Mrs. Mc- P. works .at Pine Hill Sunday last, and Mrs. McKinney. of Stanford remembered the old gtnuey js eighty two. A spleudid paid wQ.ujd lose her power of speech .fi!7-to inspect the big lime plant aud pioneer, for whom he was named LTil dinner was served qn the lawn. b,ut would soon pass away and she other industries connected thereand whjle here last week dropped '.Fatal $98,641.85 would be apparently all right, with were Mr. and Mrs. S. C. S. F. Bowman and W. A. B. Davja a dollar intq the pptage 'frjncj were among those from here who Saturday night at il: o'clock LIABILITIES Franklin and Bernard Mr. and which is used in the vas,t corr attended. she felt very welx and retired Mrs. R. B. tfullins and Benjarespondence in connection with Capital stock pa.id in, Between o;and u: o'clock Sun-O.q- y min; Mr. and Mr. G, M. Ballard in cash $15,000 op Moving PicfuitKS: Other promoting and boosting Boone morning she went to sleep and and little Geneva; Mr.s. f. G. ffjwns out in the State aje ex- Way. George T. Johnson, the Surplus Fund (j.pfto.oa. wm!$fR!wSmSM Eyaartiqge)j when the family went to call her Anderson, R. A. Welsh and ye hibiting the Undivided Rrofts, les Passion Play. From Peters shoe man also I )Y the noon meal she wa founr" to scribe. pxpeusps qnd Taxes the Manger to the Cross or Jesus the fund wih a nice contribution.. oe in aw unconscious counitinu. Paid "Tick" Delph, who was a pass- of Nazareth at the prices of 20 George says a friend lately Co2,799.82 She never rallied but gradually enger conductor on this road for and lo cts. Rockcastle people ngratulated him upon securing Deposits subject to grew worse until the end came a check; 74.843.03 many years, and whom everyone bad the privilege of viewing fthe the good position and said he 74,842.03 Pine Hill is to have a new depot. few hours later. The burrial took For Sale: One 20 H. P. knew as a clever gentleman, is play for lo and 5 cts. Mr. Owens was lucky to' get it, George M. A. Steckel superintendent boiler and engine, saw mill and place in Elmwood cemetary Mon Total running a water pumping station has secured these reels for the replied that the shoo company $98,641.85 P. lately received dqy, beside her companion who a Sico gristmill and shingle mill, line State of Kentucky 1 for the K. P. The outfit is on three nights during the Mt. Ver- was extremely lucky in Securing present from the East in the shaft, belting, pulleys, in fact preceded her only a lew years. County of Rockcastle j Set the branch between Pine Hill and non Fair, Aug. 6, 7 and 8th, to the services of such a good man. We, W. L. Richards and A. B. from .be seen at same charge as before. Are you getting ready for the shape of full blooded English everr thing theraunto belonging-- . Burr something over Will Carmical runs a boarding lb is thought Mr. S Will sell or trade to stock. Furnish, President and Cashier Mt. Vernon Fair Aug. 6, 7 and 8. bull dog. the plant which is Veacbed by Many requests have bf en made for bouse just opposite depot Pine of the above .named is training the animal to be used Bank, do There will be some premiums pipe line. R. L. McFerron the return of this great feature. Bill. as a body guard on an early solemnly swear that the above you will want. May 30-- Tf Mt Vernon, Ky trip "over the hot sands". BRODHEAD. Miss Tempest Ward "was here rom Brodhcad Monday. Remember the big picrlic and Walter Gray will lav the brick 4th of July celebration at the in Sutton & McBee's new house. Hundreds of people Miss Sallye Reynolds, spent from this and adjoining counties Saturday night and Sunday, in will be there to enjoy a genuine Uaretburjr. home coming. Make one of the Mrs. Anna Miller will leave number. Mr. and Mrs. "W. H. soon for Los Angeles, Cal.. to Barnes have moved from Pine fail-ground- QUARTERLY REPORT. Report of the condition of The Peoples Bank doing business at the town of Mt. Vernon, County of Rockcastle, State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 4th. day of June 1913. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts 65,766.94 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 1,097.70 Due from Banks 13.S17.17 Cash on hands 5,146.69 Checks and other cash 50. 1 2 items Banking House. Furniture and Fixtures 7,989,14 Current Expenses I1647.93 statemeut is true to the best of rjj our Kuowuectee ana beiiet. 'is W. L. Richaids, President, g A. B. Furnish, Cashier. Slihsrrihpfl nrr tn hoTrvrc I? me this t9 rlnv nf Tnnn rfli-My Commission Expires Feb. cn-or- n ? ''rrrr.7rf ff I 11 THREE Vkl n, 1914. E. S. Albright, Notary Public. I I i Rwi RS $5.00 84.00 The Florsheim una The PATRIOT DHRH iwr I j , rkBAT E S3.50 S ; s,eeond-ehiE- S We Try I ram 7 'i I r Airtv;7.-rS'Tr.T-ia- T.vSlarA mii in w a. -- - J ct3SsSS ii I Next . y- -- i " i ,-. 4 tp.-d.a- 1 p s il-.- s r rsorsneund Syr n m --i- 1V-u.--. ii :u.9 s . CL-lurc- r. - qu-cl- c - d, 2d M i I h Mint a ?f iui nru - i - - com-57'iete- 1 1 lViJ'ty ili3 You want Write I We 1 T- Ed-,wzi- grQund Busy eotnH 4-0- -25 in-reas- ed "su ', i : . - k r j"" iiti irfnv7?w'F'iEBMt'nfiiM'iMHr-TaaaMgirifwi- i (wyffv '"" '"' """' iTirifirtinri wwnnr iwitim mr 11 m Fhis is the reason why women Iwvc "nencs." When thought begin in grew cloudy and uncertain, impulses lag and the warnings of pain and distress arc ssnt like flying messages throughout limbs and frame, straightway, nine times In ten, a woman will lay the caus o! the trouble to some defect at the point where she first felt it. Is it a headache, a backache, n sensation of irritability or twitching and uncontrollable nervousness, something must be wrong with the head or back, a woman naturally says, but all the time the real trouble very often centers in the womanly organs. In nine cases out of ten tlie seat of the difficulty is here, and a woman should take rational treatment for its cure. The local disorder and inflammation of the delicate special organs of the sex should be treated steadily and Why Hsto mwp&&& "SJI I" y COUNTRY CHILD'! DAY NOW I! CHAT OVERHEARD AT LOCAL STORE 'Frank HOPEWELL. Horn June 10th to thu wife of Stephens t.in tji'ls, b&r ii . '- Parents and Teachers Prepare Two Men Discuss the Present For Newer Life. ERECT MODERN systematically. Dr. Pierce, during a long period of practice, found that a prescription made from medicinal extracts cf native roots.without the use of alcotiol, relieved ovci 90 percent, ot such cases. After using this remedy for many years in his private practice he put it up in form of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, that would make it easily procurable, and it can be had at any store where medicines are handled. Schoolbook Law. J SCHOOLS. BOTH AGREE IT IS UNJUST. To Have the County Authorities Select the Children's Schoolbooks Often Moans a Hardship For the Parents and a Loss of Valuable Time to the Pupil. "Say, Bill, somebody told me the county Is to select the children's school-- 1 books for next year." "Yep, that's wliut the fellers round the courthouse say. It's a new law I ' Mrs. L11.A. B. ILuviri.vs, of Zons, V:i., writes: " I had Ikjpii failing in health for two yean mo. t or t.10 tluipvas not anio to axicim w my noueuoiu (times. gutting ciy b.id but, thanks to Doctor Female weakness was my Uoubki and I nznin. 1 to.ilv only throe bottles of ' FavorPierce's medicines, I sun well nnd' ite Prescription,' and used tho Lotion Tablets.' I have nothing but praise for Doctor Pierce's wonderful medicines." TAKE DR. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PELLETS FOR LIVER ILLS Up to Date Building and Equipment Mean Added Interest to Both Teach ers and Scholars In Educational Matters A Model School Near Louisville With Domestic Science Room. Wherever people are thinking definitely about the future they realize thnt the child is the greatest problem Celebrated with which the state has to deal because it is the state's greatest asset. This is especially true in the rural and both teachers and parents Will make the season of 1913 in our care at 12 a" to insure a living are Retting leady for the newer life that promises to develop within the colt, money due when colt is foaled, rnare traded, sold or bred to other next twenty-fiv- e years or sooner. Four miles out of Loui.sville on one stock. Due care will be taken to prevent accidents, but not responsiof the main turnpikes, where, for years ble should any occur. In offering The Registered Combined Stallion M. DON.N,3623 dis-tiiet- s, again." this very high class horse for service we feel safe in stating that be is the greatest horse that ever stood in this county. A coal hla'clc with star and hind ankles white, 153f hands high, a perfect model in form and style. Goes ail the gaits with speed and action, and a fine breeder. See padigroe below : IMack Eale 74 ( ( fd; . , " i Block Squirrel 3S f Chester Dare 1 10 ) v ( ilollie 70 Dave Akin Win. Welch Abdullah Messenger Dam of Gill's, Yer-- ( mont. 77o XannieGarrott Welelnnont ( 172-1 Diguit Dare v I Nannie Ke. No.198-- 2 n u o iKZimout j I Duni - i o a f I Black Squirrel Red Squirrel Black Eagle 53 Mo.lie Hadjess 45S 70 " Tlie Shaiiklin horse THE SCHOOL, Lightning J t Reg.No.5492 Dan r Juds Brown G'onover's Elastic 81 DIS11E1CT COL MY. 51, JEFI'KltSON d l Hennie 150S20 I Not Traced Wicks Chief MILLER & BEAZLEY MT. VERNON, KY . A Check on The Mt. Vernon B pone up. This building was made possible by the district levying a special fifteen cent tax for two years and securing the help of the county board of education. When the public began to understand what was taking place it rallied to the support of the new school. This wa made very plain when tho Southern l.iick and Tile company, which had a huge plant in the neighborhood, added an extra acre of ground to the acre already secured by the trustee for the district. The moment one enters the beautiful brick building with Its soft green roof that harmonizes with the surroundings it is evident that it is an up to date school with a modern school equipment, for a sanitary drinking fountain is the first thing that catches the eye The building has two beautiful schoolrooms perfectly lighted and equipped with modern single desks. Two ample cloakrooms are immediately in front of the classrooms and open into the main hall, while at one end of the building there is a cozy rest room for teachers and pupils, with a light, pleasant little library. Both of the classrooms are arranged so that they may be turned into one huge room, while the teachers platforms can be joined njid become a stage with the library and lest room as dressing rooms for the same. This simple the people had been thoroughly satis-liewith a poor sclioolhoube and a poorer playground, a new buildinc has s a check on vour 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 account and you'll save in spite of yourself. - & -' k&- - x k - --- ' THE BARK OP MT. VES5Pft 1V $; hi i! r V you 7" "Yep." "Well, suppose you buy your boy an' girl a set of books for school next fall, an then 'bout the Christmas holidays you go over into the Big Bull Skin neighborhood just across the county line." "By George, I hadn't thought about that side of the question!" "Course you didn't, 'cause your kids are just little fellers, an' they ain't been to school long. But you wait until you have a whole raft of 'em, like I've got, an' then you'll understand what a big thing it can be. I remember mighty well one time when I moved from one county Into another. Tlie move wasn't more than five miles either, an' the new books I had to buy for my four children cost me 9." "That's mighty tough, an' I don't wonder you're kickln' about It." "If the cost of the books was all of it it wouldn't be so bad. I've got a heap bigger kick comln' than Just the cost of the books." "What Is It?" "What hurts me is that sometimes a chlldil lose a lot of valuable time. There's my oldest boy. He's goln on sixteen, an' he's through the eighth grade an' ready for the high school. He'd been through almost two years of high school work If he hadn't lost time changln' from one school to another." The man was silent for a moment before he continued sadly: "The boy's big for his age, an' now he's goln' to work because he feels he is ton big an' old to go through high school. Tlie changin' round means that my boy won't take a high school education like he planned ito. Just the other day I saw in a paper where the average pay for the man who had only gone through the eight grades was almost $400 less than that of the feller who had had a high school course. If that's so my boyil stand to lose almost ?S,000 in hard money in the next twenty years of his life. He'll lose enough through the changes in his school to buy him a first class farm." The men were silent again for a few moments. At length one spoke up. "Kinder strange how all of us fellers talk an' plan how things ought to be run at Washington." he said. "We talk of vho should be president an' all that. An' we won't take the trouble to try to straighten out n schoolbook law In Kentucky that menus money out of our pockets every time we move an' money out of our children's pockets for the rest of their natural lives." "Say, let's all agree to watch the schools just a little bit, an' let's get busy with our next legislature an' see if us fellers that stand between the plow handles an' feed folks can't have tilings lixod to suit our pocketbooks an' to make it better for our children." The Now. Schoolbook Law. A strong effort Is expected to be made at the next session of the general assembly to amend the textbook law, possibly restoring the system of state selection. The present law provides that each county shall choose its own textbooks through a commission composed of a member of the count board, a member of the board of examiners and a county school principal. The old contract will expire next year, and as no selections have ever been made by county commissions those in favor of state selections are desirous of securing legislative action restor- ing it before the county commissions ,inv ., PilnnnP to act. Under the old state"system the county judges, county superintendents nnd county attorneys voted on the textbooks and a majority mfea Some f0rm 0f legislation will be considered by the Kentucky Edu- cational association at its meeting in T,pUisville, April 30, nnd probably a rtfaft of tne ,ncasure favored by a ma- jprfty will be prepared for submission to the general assembly. Editorial PJnevJlle Sup. "o; I reckon they've gone back to the one we had a good while ago. Well, all I can say is I'm mighty sorry." "Why? Don't you thiuk our folks can select good schoolbooks?" "Course they can, but that ain't the point I'm drhin' at. Look here, you're leasin' a farm same as I am, ain't christened Lora and Flora, mother i K.Uh.s-- 1 and umesull doing well i of Charles Carmical the small who has been sick for three weeks, remain'; in a critical condition. Miss Isabelle Ping, of Walnut Gruve, was '.he guest of Mrs. Robert Harmon Wednesday. On account of cold weather, the wheat cropland gardens seem to be almost a ,i'ailure with some of the farmers in this vicinity. Mi's. Nicely and Mrs. Win Lieonaid Kirby. of this place sire Mrs. numbered with the sick. Nicelev is improving; slowly but Mrs. Kirhv is in a sorious con dition Rev. Uarinicul, of lh:s place, preached a very interesting sermon at Skeggs Creek Sunday James H. Mulhns, ot Withers, spent Sat urday and Sundiy with friends and relatives at this place. Wool pickings are the order of the day m this part. There will be preaching at Ml Pisgah Snn-laafternoon conducted by Rev. was There Chas. Carmical. Hopewell Saturday preaching at lid Sunday conducted by Rev J2mes Barnes. y - T : fllnllA I llnlfii ng 'i uaii a ib vi 3w.ii i led iSfllrOW For Infants Will Children. and t MWIMMMI IF - -- fir Swires : 1111 ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT AXelablePreaaraitonrorAs- ssimuaiing iiutocflafKlRcgtii tmgUtcSioncclisaralBo'ACfccr The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signature Promotes DigestionJCKeerM-nessandPsLCoiUalnsneiUtr- r fj& Ay 9 Gpuiiu.Morphir.e nor Mineral vns ' Not Narcotic. JkhtSai i&aScnl- 'Supr ApKfect Remedy for ConsRps- - " V.fcrm.Comulsimts.FOTsnsh: UUJl.ouui auikuauiiuuHiH itcssanJLQSS OF SLEEP. rauSinrJi Signature of kg"- 1- too l. The Centaur CojipaW. NEW YOKK. jiii j uTirng' a. j . For Over hlrty Year s rjmv KT'5air'K5?2?iit5KM mm 'iaftl sS P "nf tiT lit r JmrrHBkwmlfl 3K CO a .JrfJ3tMaJu-.- Ml m ULCERS AND SKIN TROUBLK If you are suffering with au ulcer, old running or fever eczema or other skin trouble boils, get a box of Bucklen's Atnica Salve and you will get relief promptly. Mrs. Bruce Jones, of Birmingham, Ala., suffered from in ugl37 ulcer for nine month' Salve Arnica md BuckWs Will cured her in two weeks RecomOnl help you. 25c mended by Chas. C. Davis. ,320 ifiuarantceit uniL-rtli- e M n. mM HI T& Exuct Copy of Wrapper. 'sZMckmmUSHSmKjS23mmm S THE CCMTAUA COMPANY, fc3F 4 Sft. SJu 31 fit J OMt CfTf. gjwrHKassr-jwif- f'ji VERHDN DpKET CD. arbitration met strong opposition It is in the Senate Saturday. predicted that few of the twenty-three The principle of compulsory PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, with other nations will be ratified without a vigorous treaties fight. Bmdm B B ST AND " K3IJJAL3IKJb Mt. Vernon, Ky, OASTO Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR COUCH W1ETAL1C CASKETS Coffins and Robes. RA I Licened Erabalmor will have charge of that line of work for tho comijany. JZ Orders bjr wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points 3 2 2 S H get fresh air, sunshine and above all the g properties of emulsion. Its prompt use often thwarts tuberculosis. n. cell-buildin- Ofh'ce Mt, Vernon Monun.ental Buililin g, GEORGE OWENS, Manager L'lIONE 112 energy-producin- scorrs 'tt&y&ya.yc&! yag2c9tec:y&?3 KHtiLudDaMnuudM4lJbjAl2MLJ&KECfll( HilOQP filinOQ TTr g UUitUL UUUIiOLlU.,t Saddles, Buggy and Wagon Harness, Bridles, Blankets Collars, in fact, all kinds ' $: 3 of Horse Goods Sold and Repaired. v: J.C.MeCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER SHOE SHOP IN CONNECTION, Old Main street back of Court house k "Tr ' .Z , 4M l y i Stanford, Ky. FOUND, the place to buy Speetacleb and Eyeglasse for $1.50 ami up. Gold, Silver and Aluminum Frames. Largest selection in town. Eyes Free. Years of experience. tested 1 X' W. T. DAVIS. ttfpc&ju'&z&j pd:cfcqcc' MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, W. L. RICHA'RDS, President. A. 1$. FURNISH, Cashier. f .. '.-- -' 'K ' 1 && 'ZXJi COULD SCARCELY DOMESTIC SCIENCE KOOM. mm :: UHDSRTAIC Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e 1 M Coffiiisfui'iiislied K Hearse sent to all parts of the County Ji 1 I AH orders by Wi re Promptly Filled ;, W IflII Phone 94-S MT. VERNON, KY WV,i ' SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JUNE 22nd device makes it possible to use the COX DtSCS. STORE school for entertainments and as a perfect social center for the community. Down in tlie big, airy basement is the modern heating plant, a gasoline engine and tank that supplies the wa ter for tne uullUing. in tills same ' basement there are two big rooms, MT. VERNON, KY, ope gf which is equipped with twelve jvork benches for the manual training Fron tRooms over Baker's Store ; ty ejass. The pther room of the base- $R l'lione 49-nient is equipped to handle a class of eight girls n domestic science. It might seem in looking over this school, with its perfect equipment and its splendid grounds. Its huge cistern and its deep well, to furnish perfect drjnkjng water for he children, as If the cost would have been excessive. . fr . tSufr? Vet thp whole equipment, including ifr tfr Vernon, K , gasoline engine, domestic science ""tj INTENSELY IN- WE ARE inunual training benches and tools Home and oftice in the late residence TEBE3TED IN THE ELEC- cpst only $3,750 TION OF A PRESIDENT OF There is one final point that should Jr. Myers formerly occupied on JOld 4. upon definiteTHE UNITED STATES. be touched and touched Main St.,5Mt. Vernon. BUT WE ARE NOT INTER- ly, and that is the effect pf this buildESTED IN THE ELECTION 4 ing and equipment upon the two teachOF THE TRUSTEE WHO IS ers. Last season when they realized FOR THE f that this dream was to come true they to RESPONSIBLE both went to a summer schpoi, one T COMFORT AND EDUCATION OF OUR CHILDREN. taking a summer course in domestic science, the other in manual training. A tfi it iti if A iti A iti A iti fi V v 'f fTT r WW V V V 'V v V V A TT W fV ! J. C. MOORE JEWELER AND OPTIC P. H. Conover Dentist S. TAX. WALK ABOUT And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- - believe l would have died if I hadn't cent Was Unable to Attend to Any of Her Housework. I ff n ". . . Aiier 1 oegan taking uardui, I was greatly helped, and all three bottles re lieved me entirely. I fattened up, and grew so much stronger In three months, I felt like another person altogether." 1 W. T. FRANC5S, out-fit- p Dentist iW&&?Pfm Pentist f f Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try Carduithe ,woman's tonic, and I firmly Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardui today. TTnte to; Cluttanooza Aledicint Co.. Lajlet' Advisory Dept.. Chattanooza. Tena.. for Special on your case anj book. "Home Treatment for Women." sent ln J-- - - i .50 SPECIAL TRAIN 1 .30 Trip Round CHAMBERLAIN'S CoLIC, CHOUiRA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY. Every family without exception should keep this preparation at hand during the hot weather ot Chamberthe summer months. lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth many times its cost when needed and is almost eertain to be needed before, the pum-a- er is over. It has no superior for the purposes of which it is intended. Buy it now For sale by Chas. C. Davfs. Gh.idren Qry FOR FLETCHER'S "WE Over U. G. Baker's Store. Crown and Bridge Work aspecia All work USE" f al ZC DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE imhb aannHa And don't have to grease but once a week. OASTO RI A SHAKE OFF YOUR guaranteed. Trip Round ' C. Williams, 1 ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. RHEUMATISM. MT. VERNON. KY. Now is the time to. get rid of WOFFICE. - On 2rd. floor your rheumntism. Try a twenty-fiv- e The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Chun cent bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and see how quickly street. Special attention give your rheumatism pain disappear. to collections.! Phone No. 80. Sold by Chas. C. Davis. Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. "r.V -- :0 Ai