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Mount Vernon signal: June 27, 1913 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913062701_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: June 27, 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. afflTiriT-irr- wn Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. efHitittt f Ml PM fettiii 1mma:mm MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 27. 1913 'fiKWllflW 6mi iim i SUllHfrtjf I mmm Established '887 MBHJl DUMBER 39 Everybody's Doin7 It. DoirT What? i UG, BAKER ?!fffffflff!fffffffff?ffffffffffffff?H?!?f??n?? nyra Tradi ng with V.. Specialists BRODEEAD .j in the Right Kind of Goods at The Right Kind of Prices. rendered the people of the take in placing the County Court mountains. They now certainly Clerk's Office in charge of James . ...-MJ TunMMTTnOTfWW know that Rockcastle is on the Maret after November election of map and her people, as they I9I3- always have beeu, are ever HOPEWELL ready to extend the welcome Airangeinents are belug made to obtain an excellent Beginning at eight o'clock a. in. music during the whole band for the occasion, which will furnish the latest and band to friends but refuse to of Bun Miss Mary Barnes, .day. "stand hitched" when any attenipt spent Monday and Tuesday with is made to v ractice imposition her brother, Alfred, at this place. Stoves Ranges Stove Vessels Mr. Maret has upon tnem. Mrs. Ma 1 Kirbv is on the sick Inspiring probably written more Rockcastle list. Clara Carmical spent SaturThere will be speaking morning and afternoon by distinguished speakers. Oils Varnishes history than auy other person, day with her mother, Mrs, A. everj .one with pitriotism, calling to memory that Fourth of July long ago in honor of "which this day's celebration is given much of which he has preserved Cummins, Carpets and Salt Fertilizers Caps at Mt Vernon. by filing away in scrap books Dollie, the two year old child of his notes of "first things" brought Willie Sowder-i- s very-sick- . Stoneware and everything you ever saw . Mrs. to Rockcastle and the names of Sarah Hanks, of this place, is Hvery one will bring u basket thai, feel- that they waftt to enjoy a picnic dinner with the bringers, are quite interesting visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lulie any Department store their friends in the most delightful grove in Rockcastle County. Meet your friends aiound the Mr. Maret's greatest work and Clontz, at Pittsburg. Mrs. Pearl picnic table during the the dinner hour. one of the most important and Southard aud Maggie Jones, of far reaching propositions in its Mt. Vernon, were the guests of benefits to Rockcastle and South their cousin, Micajah Sotvder, at Refresbuients of all kinds will be served on the ground, soit drinks Ice Cream, Popcorn Eastern Kentucky is the under- this place Friday uight. Mrs. all kinds of fruits, watermelons, cigars, in fact nothing will be lacking to make every one entaking to get a bill through Con- Lucy Adams is numbered with joy the day. Lunch stands but no dinner tables. gress appropriating funds to the sick. GO-ROUNbuild a National highway from D Mr. Benjamin Adams, of Cupp Cumberland Gap to Crab Orchard Tenn., is visitiug his daughter-in-law- , In addition to the above we have obtained Mr. Whorton, ol Valley View, Ky., to run his Kentucky, a distance of 95 miles Sam and were married Mrs. Liddie Adams. Mrs. ;alerrygo-roun- d the entire day for those who enjoy the pport. there to connect with Kentucky's Emmie Barnes was the guest of system of turnpikes. "Boone Mrs. Nora Hasty Sunday. The their entire outfit Bakers, and are as happy Way ' will he the name of this rajn that fell Sunday night did a road, in honor Qf that famous old great deal of good to late corn as big sun flowers. One enjoyable feature of the day will be amoving picture show on the grounds which will are specialists in frontiersman, Daniel Boone, who erops in this part. A soldier boy Arrangements are being made to have the great Passion Play, Mutt run all the day long. came over this route in 1775 when by the name of Whitaker, who furnishing outfits for the newly weds. and jefferies fight and other interesting subjects. These alone will be worth and Jeff, Johnson conducting Col. Richard Hender- was on a furlough and lived on fwueh more to the public. son and his Colony from the Line Creek, Pulaski county, who There will be no gambling or dancing, or any vices that formerly made up the old time witnessed the killing of Bob Yadkin valley, North Carolina, to Childress at Line Creek church, picnic. Just a day of outing where we can meet our friends and talk over current events central Kentucky. This route has retnrned to the army and An ideal homecoming, an innocent day's pleasure and impressive celebraand old times. for the are Selling Agents became prominently known as killed his Captain aud was Come rain or shine. Come early, bring the Everybody jnvjted. tion of the Fourth. "Boones Trail" also as the "old court martialed the nth. day pf whole family, all will enjoy the day. the old as well as the youug Wilderness Road", passing thiu June. Rev. Carmical will fill his regular appointment at Flt Lick Rockcastle county on this history Saturday a.nd Sunday next. making pxpedjfiion. The prospects IIIATT, JOHN ROBINS, II. J. CIIESNUT, Committee. A. GUARANTEED ECZEMA of getting this bill through conREMEDY gress at its next session are.brigbt The constant itching, burning, No laudable undertaking cause mineralogists soil surveyors and The movement has been endorsed redness, rash and disagreeable or enterprize, has ever come other departmental employes to bv the Congressional delegation effects of eczetn,a, tetter, sa't I If fWhVv of Kentucky, including Senators before the people for which he investigate and map the county, rheum, itch, piles and irritating V"". H1.T- Bv S. C. Fkanklix. "T J , has tut stood for and worked showing its contours, formations James aud Brad'ey and congress- skin eruptions can be redijy cured, " -' t jt.-fc men from numerous other States and the skm made clear and sjhfe 1 f.:Zf' r.3.x?fe James Maret, tbe subject of for as well as contributing his streams, mineral deposits, post : jf . ef -AySgaJMI v;JBtvit, K cX vB5t! this sketch, a man with whom time and means as far as possible: offices etc. Rqckcastle was about as well as several Governors. The smooth with Lr. Hobspn's Eczema W'EfcL. Mr. j. O. Eyeland, Qf Commercial Clubs, of Louisville, Qiqtment. .. Ai j a friend to the Vv struggling boys the fourth Kentucky county to the writer has been intimately v qays: "-- had eczema Batfl 11, 7M ftat l acquainted for many years, came and young men who make an be quadranglod and mapped by Knpxyilje, Bristol, Ashville, Dan- twentn-fiv- e years and had tried ..- t .! rSlwJNkli9iKL. PwBB ville, London, Cincinnati Ch.anib.er everything. ls?i AH failed. county Aug. effort to do something. When here trom Uarrard He aas the U. fcs. government. The of Commerce and olhor organiza I found Dr. Hohson's Eczema ist- - 1677 and took charge of L. rendered assistance to many and late soil map aud the descriptive tions, cities and towns have tiken Ointment I found a cure". -- v,i & N. depot as railroad agent and said but little if anything about pamphlet accompanying it, is r ffES$&iliiW-3 wmm Fy ointment is the formula of - "HssnXlkM 4Er tfA telegraph operator which position it. No unfortunate ever appealed particularly interesting and valu-t- up the cause and working fop it. irois -kHfv-'JilswJ Mp1 in use J physician aud has boen Speakei Clark says he looks upon him in vain or went away empty able, especially he filled until November 189:1. .. to farmers, 'or j'ears not an experiment. -- ::ss 'While 111 that business he estab- handed if it was within his power Copies can be secured, without the proposition "with a vervl. Ais why we can guarautee it That favorable eye". The Daughters All druggists, or by mail. Price v&Kf-Jmr lished the Mountain Signal, 1887; to render relief. . cost, by addressing m your con- - of the American M Revolution; the 50c. m Pfeiffer Chemical Co., At least a portion of the credit gressman. which he edited for some years w m Kentucky Society of Texas; the Philadelphia aud St. Louis. ftbefore disposing of it, in addition for the establishment o the big By strenuous representations, by the he Kentucky Portland Cement & thru his vigorous writings Mr. "Kentuckians" of New York and work. The whitewash used In 1896 MBV to his other repurchased the paper ran it for Coal Co., plant at Pine Hill Maret has secured partial justice many other organizations and Government on light houses and thr years and sold it to E. should be accorded Mr. Maret, to our 1912 Boys' Corn Club individuals are taking quite an other public buildings, is. applied, Made in all Leathers newest, Nobbiest S. Albright the present owner and Dr. A. G. Lovell, who began ' representative who was wrongfully interest in the work on account hot. Take unslaked limej two to promote telephone interests back in the So's writing and deprived of a trip to the State of the "Old Kentucky Home" pecks; common salt, p,qe peck; styles for Ladies, Gentlemen, Boys, Girls feeling. which he had begun in 1898, publishing articles and talking of j Fair at Louisville last SeDtember rice flour, three pounds; Spanish M,r. Maret's politics are DemoEvery pair as good as vh,iting, one half pound, clean the little babies connection with other parties their discoveries in the line of The boy. John Lair, has received in aqd be Relieves in, those cratic white glue, one pound, and water when they built a line from Crab Rockcastle's rich and almost an invitation from Jtne fair money will buy. Baker's and n to ML Vernon. It was wexbaustable supply of mineral management to spend a week in principles, properly carried ou,t. sufficient. Slake lime in a. Orchard He is not a politician or a partisan vessel. Strain, and add through his efforts that our j resources in the way of coal, LouisviJJe jn September as a you will wear Diamonds and doesn t believe in voting fqr the salt, previously dissolved in secured tnis great con-- j limestone, freestone, sandstone, guest oMbe fair. people The news- g, "yellow dog" simply on account-Owarm water. Boil the rice flour venience quite a time before manv sand, hailgrit, fire aud pottery papers and business men of said y. d. happening to he in water, soak the glue in wa'er of the richer counties had it. clays, shales and cement material Louisville have also been taught on ticket. The man before and dissolve on a water-batand concrete stone, to have more respect for the placed In his 18 years, of railroad ballast and the dog. $ add both of these, together with vork he taught 18 country boys phosphates and other minerals, people of Mt. Vernon and Rock, Mr. Maret's. experience in the all of which, when developed, will make castle than tjjey have whiting and five gallons of the telegraph business, shown various lines of work mentioned the to the mixture, hot water, them without charge and a Rockcastle one of Kentucky's heretofore, all brought out by at an actual richest counties. These writings uie wmings ana works of Rock- - above, and his duties as town Stirling all well together. Then number, of them clerk, secretary of va'rious clubs cover and let staud for a few expense to nimsen, ana sent no aouoi, nau mucu to ao witn castle's advocate and defender peculiarly fits him for the proper days, when it will be ready for them out in the world with a having the State and National who has ever been ready to discharge of the duties of the use. Needing to be used hot, it trade or profession with which governments send into our county .call down traducers and demand office to which he spires, must be applied from a kettle .crews of engineers, geologists, that justice and fair treatment be they could earn a living. v Our people will make no mis- - over a fire if the fire is portable. FAIR GrrourLcLs BRASS BAND CONCERTS up-to-da- te . I J, MT. , JT .Jp V3S3&?--- ' JAMES MARET VERNON, KY. Democratic Candidate County Court Clerk Its a. Tide Paints Furniture Hats the demand for BAKER'S Bargains is sweeping over the country for miles and miles they're coming from every direction to have their wants'supplied in Dry Goods Notions Furnishing Goods Clothing Shoes Groceries Provisions Hardware Tools Farming Implements Queens-war- e Tinware SPEAKING - OLD TIME DINNER ON THE GROUND in g g g PLENTY OF ICE WATER FREE FOR ALL AMUSEMENTS, MERRY JUNE -- The Month of Brides and Roses. Kate at bought MOVING PICTURE SHOW We We -- ADMISSION FREE CELEBRATED il. DIAMOND BRAND '- JAMES MARET I I -- '.199BHl IISSIiH fg'twllyov zms H -- i -- )m - WWlNSEBk J .- I o uMrf fi.'HBMfc $mw tv m$s x f rk L - The and the ten-gallo- Trade at f h II, G. BAKER, Specialist a My MT. VERNON, Old Kentucky Ho,me.'T" fi'i " ""-V-- - 'HStfSrrj7 ffKetZttSJaG? fcTirTiri(aaMaiaiMgMBBgaMft""i'3tf't--r-- - -'" -- - TJTwiT'rwYirrlrii'i BiiTgj iiagMiJ"rT nir ol" what due MT. VERNON SIGNAL an idea portion was our a long ol the aforesaid bankrupt for diM his mother. Mr. and Mrs. D. Baptist Convention, (colored). To, UCglectcd of State charge, filed Ob the lgth day .of G. Bn lock are rej icing over the Louisville Aug. 12. l'i and l.j. July A. D. i9i3. before 'said court anival of a fiue tniDv girl. Miss limited Aug. IS. $4.00 round trip THE COUNTY CANDIDATE Friday, June 27, 1913 at Covington, Ky.. in said district Rose Reaner spent Saturday and on account of Odd Pellows of at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon, or Sunday with Misses Lucy and Kentucky and Southern Indiana.) Published every Friday by People, behold the candidate. as near thereto as practicable, and Mattie Mink Dear Level Green To Lexington Aug. Qth. to xOth. EDGAR S. ALB RIGHT. He cometh forth like a flower in that notice thereof be published John Lovens and two children limited Aug. 19; S2.70 round trio the early morning, sweet, re- one time in The Mt. Vkrron who have had typhoid fever for on account of Ulue Grass Fair. $I.OO freshing and entertaining; he re Signal, a newspaper UBSCRIPTION ONK YKAR printed in the pa-- t three weeks are some TAKE PLENTY OK TIME TO tires at the end of the campaign, said district, and all known better. J. B. Price and iatnilv EAT. Advertising rates made known on tired, dusty, quiet and busted. creditors and other persons inlsPem Sunday with Mr. and Mrs is a saying that- "rapid There In the early part of his cam interest may appear at said time Ten" P'ice. Willie and John D application eating is slo.v suicide". If you fall nun up and place and show paign, bis triends cause, if any Miller spent Saturday night and have formed the habit of eating with water, hope and general they have, why the prayer of said Sunday with Other and Fred too rapidly you are most likely MEMBER OF atmosphere. Thus early iu the petitioner should not be granted. Bullock -- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. suffering from indigestion or conKENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION will campaign, he swelleth up like a resuit y Witness ihe honorable A. M.Crad!ey visited relatives at Bloss stipation, which r. s 222 o a. eventually in serious illness unless toad, he walketh around in the J. Cochran, Judge of said Court Sunday. Digestion begins in corrected. land like he owned the earth, and and the seal thereof, at Covington Food Electhic Piano: George ihe mouth masticated should be as though all things were his'n. in said district, on the Lf.h day thoroughly and insaliOwens has contracted for one to vated. T..en when you He smiles upon all men and of June A. D. have a 1913 be used in his moving picture fullness of the stomach or feel dull women kind, and sloppelh over J. W. Menzies, Clerk. It should reach here and and stupid after eating, take one with good humor and pleasan By O. D. Mitchel, D. C. show. AXX01TX('E.11K.TS. be installed by Saturday after of Chamberlain's Tablets. Many He kisses the children jokes. CAN'T KEEPTr SECRET. noon or Monday. This instrument severe cie- of stomai'h timihl and scatters microbes among the DEMOCRATIC TICKET. The splendid work of Chamber- which is said to be a fine one land cnnsiipath n have been cured i innocent babies of the country. by the use of tnes-- taolets. They JAMES MAEET. Mt. Vornon. Kr . Is a canTablets jurt didate tor nomination lor County 1913. Clerk ot Privately speaking he cheweth lain's widely is daily becoming will no doubt add to the already are easy to take and most asree Democratic Primary, August 2 the more known. No such good entertainments being given clover when he meeteth a preacher grand able in effect. Sold by Chas. C. We Aie Authorized to At nounco remedy for stomach and W. A. TODD and as he converseth with him liver troubles has ever been known at the Mutt & Jeff opera houte Davis. nubjectto Jailer As a candidate for Domocraiic party. Auuuat lirl- the action or the in pious tones, he standeth to For sale bv Chas C. Davis. mary. 1913. PostotnVn: Level Gif en. Ky. Mr. John M. Quiun one of j . ( I i3j A -- rr Spring and Summer showing of Young Men's Cfothes Old Men and Boys' j I Clothes - . I We have never before displayed so exten- ofUo-kcastl- Schools o As a canflUlotefor Superintendent ofRepublican bllt itnprGaSeS Upon tile impOrtaUCe Rockeaatle subject to tho action ot the party. August Primary. 1913. 01 keeping it a secret. We Are Authorized to Announce J. W. KINCER Ihis goes on trom the day he As a candidate lor Superintendent of Schools of candidate subject to the action of the Republican announces himself a Rockcastle party. Auirust primary, 10 13. until the close of the election. We Are Authorized to Announce CHAS. B. ANDERSON Schools of As & candidate for Superintendent of Republican Kocfccnstle subject to the action ot the 1013. Makes Home Baking Easy the leeward and curbeth his "Where did you get that knife?' the gifted young sons of the go id breath with a strong bite, talks county of Laurel, came down aslced Willie's mother. of the fallacy of infant baptism "I traded a top to Puppy Monday and on Tuesday was exmary. lHia. to one, advocates immersion to amined by a committee of local Authorized to announce We are Johnson for it." another, and approves close comREPRESENTATIVE The "What-ah- at Puppy Johnson attorneys for law licence. We Are Authorized to Announce munion to all young gentleman passed a very NAT B. SEWELL with whom I saw you playing a He slappeth a man on the back As a candidate for Representative from the 70th creditable examination and was Legislative District, composed of the Counties oi little while ago?" Laurel and Rockcastle, subject to the Democratic in love aud friendship, shakes Primary. August 2, 1913. "No; that was Piggie Davis". admitted to the bar, and as he is the hand of the pretty woman and a young man of splendid literary 111 Ccllll Ul l ixiu; vvilciu HEPUHIilCAX TICKET. begs the support of both. He Come here. COUNTY ATTORNEY. How did attainments, deeply learned in goeth home late at night to bis names! Wc Are Authorized to Announce the law, and a natural born orator, E. B. THOMPSON weary wife and with beery breath: you get that tear in your coat?'" we predict for Attorney Rockcastle him unlimited a candidate for County Republicanofpaity. Aug- As ''I caught it on a nail when me subject to the action ol the he uiketh forth without breakmstPrlmory. 1913 success in his chosen profession. .. R GENTRY "One of my strong and Ratty Robinson wete mixin' Mr, Quinn's home is atLiviugston fast, saying: Aa a candidate forCounty Attorney of Rockcastle it up this morniri'." ubjecttothe action of the Republican party, Au- supporters is down in town and Lancaster Record. (Tust Primary, 1913. "Mercy! I don't want you to I must needs see him before he SHERIFr. have nothing to do with those The L. & N. R. R. Co., will getteth away." We Are Authorized to Announce boys anv more. CAM MULLINS Their families offer the following reduced rate is gone but a short time, He As a candidate tor ShentTof Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican party. August Pri- but long enough to have his leg must be low or they wouldn't tickets: To Knoxville, August mary. 1913. have such names. How did thev 8oth, to Nov. ist, limited to 10 dead-bea- t We Are Authorized to Announce pulled and the made ' T. S BRANIiAMON days, round t! ip. Good for The only baking powder subject to He giveth liberally to get thom? As a candidate for ShrritTof RockcastleAugust Pri- happy. or the Republican party. the action "I don't know. They call me s'eepers. To Knoxville on Tues- - made from Royal Crape mary. 1913. the church, he contributed to the Cream of Tartar man whose house is burned, he Pimple Ivenworth because one.days and Thursdays of each week NO WcArtZl?SSilel$uuaunce ALUM,NOLIMF PHOSPHATE with a , Aug. 3oth. limited 5 days for ' note day I went to school Asacandidato for Jailer of Rockcastle subjecttc-- beStOWetll almS. he silietll-Republican party. August the action of the Primary. 1913. Not good for 3 00 round trip. for a friend, he sendeth a small pimple on my nose". MORAL We Are Authorized to Announco Advertising sleepers. Both acct. ot National TRADE keg hither, a large keg thither, HARRY JONES BEST LAXATIVE EOR THE Conservation Exposition. To Cu subject to prominence in this paper is to Jailer ofRockcastlo As a candidate for Repdblican party. Ausust Pri- he yieldeth up his substance with the action oJ the AGED mary. 1913. you, Mr. Home Merchant, what cinnati, Aug. 22, ; and 25 limited apparent alacrity, he sitteth in the We Are Authorized to Announce Old men and women feel the Sep. ist., $5.48 round trip; acct., steam is to an engine. JAMES WINSTEAD amen corner at church, grunts As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcantle subject to need of a laxative more than of National Association of Retnil Prithe action of the Republican party. Aucust with the brethren, and sings mary. 1913. young folks, but it must be We Are Authorized to Announce 'Amazing Grace" as dolefully and harmless and one which safe Druggists. To Nashville Sept. 14 L will!. J. C. MIZE S.H3M0I21J aoj As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to as if he was attending a funeral I not cause pain. Dr. King's New,15 and l6 hra,ted kept. 26. $7-9Republican party. August Prithe action ol the mary. 1913. iu the Mississippi swamps. Life Pills are especially good for round trip' account of National In We Are Authorized to Announce one neighborhood he is a Metho- the aged for they act promptly M. C. SOWDER to Jailer ot RecomAs a. candidate lorRepublican Rockcastle subjectPri- dist, in another a Baptist, in and easily. Price 2.;c. party. Aurust the action ot the mary. 1913. mended by Chas. C. Davis. another a Christian, in another We Are Authorized to Announce I3ILLIE BAKER 'a Catholic, ill another a siliuer. to AsacandldsteforJailerof Rockcastle sub.ecttrust HANSFORD. the action of the Republican party. Au He walketh through tho corn aud Prlmsry. 1913. COUNTY COURT CLERK on a fields, sitteth , tobacco We had a nice rain and crops We are authorized to announce log in the woods, and speaks of are looking prosperous in this S. F. BOWMAN as County Court As a candidate for growth of the part C. Iv. Carmical preached a Clerk ot Rockcastle county, subject to the action the wonderful ot the Republican party. Augukt primary 1013. forests and the richness of land. verv interesting sermon at Mt. We are authorized to announce HUB BUT BARNES j"ks Iv a 111 .t tf iJC ten.--, nA n" r iu ..i..v cviy pisgah Sunday at li: p. 111. on his as As a candidate for county, uubjoct County Court Uitlie action Cleikof Hockcabllu :., of the Republican party, Atieuat primary 1913. oouv ne meets aim taiivs 01 ll'S ,,-,,.- . ,.i- i.. rI ,.... tl.llllj U1CCII. Will UUlUt i opponents and tells tlie voters ot U, superintendent of schools. j w Cromer silent Satur-- ! ' We Arc Authorized to Announce thesllOl't COlllingS of his Opponents day ana ounoay wicu ,,,. patents miss tempest ward " sive a line of well selected young menrs suits as this season Believing tliat we have clothes that will appeal tu you, we would lib you to come in and see our line. SHEKIFF We Are Authorized to Announoe D. M. CRESS. JR. subject to An a candidate for Sheritl ot KoeUi-astl- e the action ol the Drinocratic li.irty. Autiuat Pri- li-u- Whether to look or to luy, we shall be glail to have an opportunity to show you the-e mm good clothes. , POWDER E. Absolutely Pure L Cockrell Livingston, Ky 1 4-- i a 2-- pc$oD&& :&xc3c& r- m riAiviwii Wrrt!VIULQ UVVCINO jjii Ky I S, ! , 5 VldOlSVO Axq ne.ipirq;o I UNinFRTAKPR I I 1 & Brodhead 3 5. Ui 1j a JEll 30t i sm COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Z, Mail, Telegraph or Tele- - fv jfcr &"Mj $m fr Ei- L ' vLjjBBBf phone orders Promptly Filled. W ' y V? I 4 k j i rrVrr&rer-'- r "rVV-.V - -- 1 ' TT.T.-- . T. vjTk VT qq ifS.- - - M3 ; , Ql iS.il Ileal L,fi ..i (jiePIl. M . O". rrz UV and famiiy s t Sunday with loimmmamammami party. August primary. W ASSESSOR Are Authorized to Announce HA.RRISON BURDETT subject At a candidate (or Assessor oi Rockcastle August to the action .if the Republican party. Primary. 1913. MAOISTRATE. We Are Authorized to Announce W. M. SOWDER As a candidate for Magistrate First Magisterial District, composed of K. Mt. Vbinon and Walnut tirove voting precincts, subject to tho actiou of the .Republican party general primary election, August 2. 1013. We Are Authorized to Announce J. H. LAMBERT As a. candidate for Magistrate Second Magisterial composed ot W. Mt. Vernon. Orlando JJiaUict. and iloundstone voting precincts, subject to the ucUouti the Republican party general primary lection. August 2. 1913. REPRESENTATIVE. We Arc Authorized to Announce As a candidate for Representative trom the 70th Legislative District, composed of the Counties of Laurel and Rockcastle, subject to the Republican . After the election, with 2 downcast countenance, he goeth back of the barn away out in the field, where nobody can see him and there he kicketh himself and teareth his hair, and throweth his hat up against the wall, and calleth himself bad names, jumps and kicks andj goes on until he offers up a wearies himself, prayer and asks the Lord to for give him for the many lies he has told during the campaign, and promises never again to run for office. THEBIG FAIR Envy! Aren't you a -- sas mtTyernon AUG. 6, 7, 8, 1913 E S ALBRIGHT SecY Somebody banks your money. Why Not You? thrifty as the other fellow ? Bank account enables you to havo what the other follow has. You and Your Wife and children wont have to take a back seat for the Best . BANK WITH US I P. THOMPSON O. R. LUKEU As a candidate far Representative from the 70th LeBiBltive District composed of the Counties of Laurel and Eockoasr e. subject to the Republican imary. August 2, 10113. Primary. August 2, 1013. We Are A orized to Announce ONEot Garrard County's citizens a candidate for legislature in his circulars states he is for reducing taxation instead of increasing it. In speaking of the acts of last legislature he gets off this one: "Dpyou know that it wanted to levy an aditional 5 per cent tax on the hundred dollars worth of property to build turnpikes an the mountains?" Well, yes and why not? The blue grass got her'n a long time ago when the mountains was taxed to assist in building turnpikes in tbat much favored region. Tihe State was mighty good to tfaat portion of her population but the mountains have never yet got .any of lhes9 favors and if the policy of th,is Garrard candi- date prevails she will be in the For the Eastern District of Kentucky. same box when 'Gabriel .rends ftj IjANkRUPTCY the ether with vibrations from that great trumpet on the final day. This proposed "5 per cent In the matter ) A Banfeujpt. of tax for the building of turn) pikes, in the mountains" was the Ray S. Akeman On this 14th. day of June A. J), one "white spot of justice" offered by some one who had i9i3, on considering the petition ered, He then goeth back to the house, kisses his wife and children and begins life anew. Ex. iMOST CHILDREN HAVE WORMS. Many mothers think their children are suffering from indigestion, headactie, nervousness, weakness, costiveness, when they are victims of that most common worms of all children's ailments fretful Peevish, and grind their children, who toss teeth, with bad breath and colicy pains, have all the symptons of having worms, and should be given Kickapoo Worm Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge: which expels worms, regulates the bowels tones up the system, and makes children well and happy. Kicka poo Woira Killer is guaranteed. All druggists, or by mail. Prica 25c Kickapoo Indian Medicine Co., Philadelphia and 3t. Louis. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES: We have neither spared time nor money in making 'every necessary preparation for the biggest and best exhibition that The catalog has ever been given in this part of the State Make has been fattened and is now ready for distribution it a home coming week and let us show you that this is a real Kentucky Fair PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. CHAS C DAVIS Pres JONAS McKENZIE SELLS The True Value of a Paint is in its Durability SELZ SHOES THE Hannas Green Seal Paint I A) "JI L. "ROYAL BLUE" 1 JBFrPJgYfcF 2B I F you need a good pair of shoes it Be IS THE "Made-to-We- ar Kind" jBa BBBBMuJftWBgttflMFy' is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy FOR SALE BY JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. For Sale by J. B. NOE, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Jk it Xi tfcat gwaaaatfcsai" if nwm Tifl mtti nwnfaVirfrWHegSBtenEHS One fourth off on low shoes at rTin rTTiTliliii iugnriimiHfigwjjattaBa Fouy seveu days and then the Fish's. ' fSSSm KM Brodhead Fair. Get your affairs to in shape to attend Skirts, waist, u very thin Forty days until the Mt. Vernon wear at Sutton & McBee. Fair. Are you making preparaDee Cummins sold Ji in Lawrence tions to be there? a six vear old saddle horse for Cut prices on Low Cut shoes. S200. 00. We have one Big lot of me. S Wear one of the new Bulgarian $y 50 Low Cut shoes for 1.98. ties at Fish's and you'll wear the weeks. Sutton & McBee. We ate having a big long holi- uewest that uow. The County Board of Educa day since school closed; would Monarch shirts, light wen ht & Nashville R.R.Co. Those Louisville have a dull show but weather is underwear, every thing that's tion will meet Monday .having business with the board so hot it might melt the midgets." r ght found at Sutton & McBee. TIME TABLE. will meet them at that time. Mrs. Ab Sparks is with relai4.n0 p m 22 north Nobody sees a big hole in a little More money is lost in nortli 3:53 a m tives in Louis ille. girl's stocking, bnta little hole in for calamities than in taking h ster Landrum is working for a big girl's stocking can start a 23 south 11:38 an? chances on eetting business that is 2i couth :12:19 am Sparks & Longmire at Chester parade. appearently within reach. Ex. Jas. Landrum, Agent. Tenn. The t; imuk in nor . Hall at Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham Mt. Vernon Fair this year will It is said too much of a good Phone No. 8. and little son, Austin Sparks, were be a hummer and worth coming thing is more than sufficient, but Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofliee iu Brodhead Saturday and" Sun we don't think this should be miles to see. mail matter. as second-clas- s applied to our two county fairs. day. Old Cull is anxious to go to Misses Ora Moss and Mary The Mt. Vernon Fair catalogue that PERSONAL Mil"er of Columbia, will arrive to legislature so he can change election law. a j2 page, book, filled with choice day to be the guests of Dr. and "dad sapt" primary Says a man cant scratch his premiums and attractive ads will J. Fish was in Livingston a Mrs. Conove be off tut press ready for disfew hours Wednesday. ticket as it stands now. of Misses R issel Sprako, tribution next Tuesday. Welch is Miss Marguerite Governor McCrary has offered a Salee, of Paris, and Pauline Berea Fair dates have been spending a few weeks with rela- Harrodshurg, of reward of $200, for the arrest and are guests to July 3o changed from Aug. in Louisville. tives Misses Klla and Willie France?. conviction of Harrison Holt, who We are glad of and Aug. 1st. W. H. Wearci a prominent busistabbed to death, Harry W. Bow- - 31 Mrs Marhhanks returned from Jr . rerry, Laurei o the change as this relinvps the ness man of Stanford was in town Wednesday and reports man near uruise Pineville on business Wednesday. last week. The administrator has conflicting of dates with Mt. her brother, Luther Hamlin, who Miss Eva Moore of Whiles was badly mashed by a tram car. offered 300, making a total of 5oo. It has been said there were Station, Madison County, is with a week ago doing niceiy. The pay rolls of the W. L 21 candidates for jailer in RockMr and Mrs. Hugh Miller. Rev. George S. Watson went Willie Frances and to Urbana Ohio. Sunday night to Sparks Co., and the Kentucky castle but we believe a fair and Misses Portlant Cement & CohI Co., runs impartial count of the list would Mavme Oatts visited relatives in officiate at the Wanzer-Furni- sh up to more than 00,000 per year show the number to be not more from Friday until wedding Tuesday. Brodhead From there The Lang- - than i7. on the increase. Tuesdav. !he went to Marvville Tenu., AVhere and ford and ildie quarries; sand quarC. C. Williams never fails to Mrs. Sarah Maret and Mrs. he will remain owr Sunday. ries and brick and lime plants pay give special premiums each year Jones Hiatt were with Mr. and w H Sowder, the Brodhead $25,000 in addition; averaging i5. for best watermelons shown for Mis. Henry Catron near Crab mprPhnnt nnrl nrnsner.tivp pnndi- each for every man women and Rockcastle fairs and carries off Orchard, during the week. date for the Democratic nomina- child in our county. the juicy spheres for home con-suwas in T. K. Adams and wife of Hamil- j tion for County Judge piion !'He sho' do love Senator Bradley has ratified Mr ton, Ohio, are with his sister Mrs. ' 'own between trains yesterdav. million", Joseph Coffey who is very sick, BMlie is a true blue Democrat and Maret and the Commercial Club here, that after consulting with a mighty good man . For Sale: ho Bushels of corn near Wildie. Mr. Sargent, the assistant director Crib run in shuck 3 00 per barrel, Judge B, J. Bethurum is spend-th- e Misses McCord, Clarkson,. Car- of Public roads, in the agricultural picked in shuck 65 cts per bushel son and Forbes left Tuesday heated term at Kenasha, Wis., department, Wesbiugton, he has between for Maryville. Tenn., to attend concluded the best thing to do now or picked and shucked 75 cts. Michigan on Lake It is the Bible conference. Miss Mc- is to have the Department make par bushel. Call on P. D. RamChicago and Milwaukee. sey or A. W. Adams, Mt. Vernon. often cool enough to have a fire at Cord will go from there to New what is called a recounoissance June 27. 3t. York for the Summer, the others night. survey of the proposed Boone way will return to there respective REWARD. and after this inspection he will Misses John Eva Hilton, Bertie homes. introduce a bill in congress apWe hereby offer a reward of Murray ac- Myrtle Perkins, exfor the arrest of Harrison Holt propriating funds to defray companiedbyjack Perkins, Claude LOCAL penses of a preliminary survey of who killed H. W. Bowman on Thompson, Harry Collier and "Beans" Collier spent Sunday Men and Boys c'othing at Big the route from Middlesboro to Monday Tune 16, 19I3 and his delivery to the Jailer of Laurel Crab Orchard. afternoon with friends here. Bargins. Sutton it McBee. county. , W. H. Bowman, Little ElizaLdth Fuinish handsj n following items: "Misses Julia and Ruth LanMt. Vernon,Ky. , Jun drum are visiting in Louisville; Cnllup'No.79 wlieo WQ Unrie Arch Furnish got mirried youwan toCommimi. , ? in Ohio Tuesday. cote wlin siuiAL Aunt Annie Richards is visiting Warsaw and the "old home;" piobar)ly be gone two or three Si rtti vWSiiitmtmm J MT. VERNON SIGNAL. i3 79 LOW SHOE SPECIALS We ve sold more low shoes already this season than ever before, but we bought too many and you know this store does not carry things from season to season. Now, in order to clean up a few hundred pairs and to give our customers a treat we have decided to give YOU a J ,1 2-- i 1 i 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH In this stock YOU will find all the good Styles and Leathers and YOU will save a quarter every time YOU spend a dollar with us I 7-- 9 Bring us your feet and cash and we'll make you happy ZW LOOK FOR THE SIGN OP THE FISH P. s r'l-ri- ; ' . !. ."'.', "jli - jt. t,g 11 ttprt lEADIMCrJ ctf SSSSSa-- ; gesssw""'5 r ji 9 ftfi '11 m - All Mr.!. Around the Busy Corner .MM . , ,.,, ! 4th of July A Square Deal in Clothes hundred and thirty-seve- n ONE ago everyman in America was granted a square deal and an equal opportunity. Just seventy years afterwards in 1846 the makers of Clothcmft began to offer the men of this country a square deal in clothes. They were the first in the field, for no other American manufacturers of men's clothing were in existence at that time. The idea of the Clothcraft makers was and still is to produce men's clothing at medium prices with a guarantee of 'and absolute satisfaction in every detail. Sixty-seve- n years or honest, painstaking effort went into the working out of this all-wo- ol idea. During this time the Clotljprnft makers developed unique scientific tailoring methods which gi eatly improve the quality of the clothes without increasing the cost. The neat, dressy, durable CJofibcraft suit of to day, literally grew out of this iclea ancj this effort, Wear a Clothcraft suit this summer at $10 to $25 and treat yourself; to a square deal in clothes. If you are not fully satisfied, with ife style, fit an wearing quality, we stand ready to make it right with you, all-wool Come In Tomorrow and Let's Tfdk It Over SUTTON & icBEE The Clothcraft Store Charlotte Watson and I There will not be any services E. B. Cox has his new residence daughters, Misses Rebecca and at the Presbyterian church Sun- - ready to move into. Charlotte, will go to their home in day. Frankfort from the Maryville conA. M. Hiatt, John Robins The brick layers will comwill spend the mence laying brick on new vention where they and H. J. Chesnut committee in summer. We trust that they will Fourth of July & McBee's building Monday. charge of the return to Mt. Vernon in the fall. celebration at Brodhead are Don't fail to read the Fourth of making groat preparations for a "Mayyou live long and be happy July Program on first page. big day at the Fair grounds of is the wish of your old friend R.M. Rockcastle County Fair Admission absolutely free to all The J.. Glendall, California," is the Asa'n and with the push behind contents of many, many picture at the Fourth of July Celebration it tbe parties in charge will give post cards, depictiug western at Brodhead Ky. no doubt this will be an enjoyable scenery, received here by friends The only Fourth or July occasion. of Col. R. M. Jackson of London celebration in years will be held who is now located near the Pacific. at Brodhead everybody- - go and Charlie Bowman, Electric Light: Owing to spend an enjoyable day it cost the Commercial The State has also offered a reCandidates Bench. There Is Club room at ward of $200. Admission free. June 27 3L not an hour in the day but one can you nothing. Peoples Bank having had to put Clean up Days: June iGth. see from one to five candidates J. M. Craig shipped to Cincin- in a new concrete floor, and other and 17th. designated as clean up sitting on the seat at comer of nati a car of 2oo lbs. hogs which reasons, the Club has failed to days by the Town Board wasn't main and second streets. Fish's. he bought at 7J4 cts. except a meet on its last two regular dates. is generally observed. The Board It intended that all candidates few which were homefed. He At its next tegular meeting, Tuesbe lired up at this point on Sth of offered to haul away the rubbish bought of Joe Brown 6 yearlings day July 1st., will be submitted July to be fotograft. and trash so gathered and p;k cl. at S 17.50 and also bought of another jlectric light proposition, Not many took advantage of the Cecil Williams, former editor of different parties 50 stock hogs it is important tbat every member offer. It is regrettable to see the Somerset Times but now at 7 cts. Brown & Craig bought should be on hands promptly at Club rooaa not later than S o'clock so little interest taken in such an chief clerk iu the Iusurance De- 400 lambs at 3 to f cts. p. m. when the matter will important matter, sanitation etc. partment, Frankfort, is an appli be taken up and threshed out. A TEXAS .WONDER. An applicant. Mr. Cecil Will- cant for the Somerset oost office. It will tftke close work to get a The Texas wonder cures kidn,ey iams, of Somerset, is au appli- His appointment would be a just recognition ot services rendered and bladder troubles, removing plant installed here by time cold cant for the postmastership at I weather arrives, therefore it is that place. Mr. Williams is said and we certainly hope 10, see him gravel, cures diabetes, weak and necessary to push the propositioc. lame backs, rheumatism and all to be the choice of Senator Tames land tbe place. irregularities of the kidvs and for the plum, and his manv friends CHTLD11ENS DAY. For Sale: One 20 H. P. in both men and. women. Reguin Wayne county are glad to hear Sundav will he Children's Day boiler and engine, saw mill and it. Mr. Williams for a number at the Christian Church and a. lates bladder troubles in children. grist mill and shingle mill, line If nQt sold by your druggist, will of years published the Somerset most inteie sting Program is being be sent by mail on receipt of Si. shaft, belting, pulleys, in fact Times, one of the best Demo- arranged for Sunday night, One small bottle is two months' everr thing thereunto belonging: cratic papers published in the Mesdaraes Beazley, W. J. Sparts treatment and seldom fails to Will sell or trade to stock. district, and did his party lots - F. Griffin and perfect a cure. Send ior testiJ. J. Lawrence R. L. McFerrox of real good. lie is deserving and Misse. Ma,gge Hansel and monials fFom this aad other states. Dr, E. Hall, 926 Olive street May 30-- Tf of the appointment, and ty i Grace Oox have been drilling Alt Vernon. Xy SX. Lonis Mo., Sold by druggist. good qews to the newspaper irien the iittle folks for the pas,t week. of the district and hs mafly Wade H, fripqds thjt he will ianL. Wayne Leepe aqd Mss 3?anny Collier, County Outlpok. daughter of Judge P. D. Collier, J. W. $iricer informs u,s tliat both prominent young people of he has given up the work as Crab Orchard, were married ; Secretary of the Brodhead fail-o- Wednesday afternoon at the home GeivUcmon By the wav of announcement I beg to state that 1 was bom account of other duties which of Mr. and Mrs,. E;lb.ey-- Hansel and raised in Roekoastle County. Am 42 years of age, have votd made jt impossible fqr liim to Livingstqn. Rev. T. 0. Duke 21 years, or since I was a voter. pontinue the work. Mr. A. M. pciated. The Sqnal joins, with, the Republican ticket for years old. I was, unfortunatety crippled, loosing Pjatt will tijkeup the dues where a hpst of ftiend.s in extending the useWhen three my left leg. J attended the public schools, getting of what Mr. Kjncer h.a,s loft it oft and congratulations, to. z' splendid education I cculd vj,to the time I was 16 years old. After this my continue. Mr. Hjatt has already yPHng GQflfllfc. tiwe was,efttcmtheiBrm, working in the Avoods, driving a team, demonstrated, his ability fts a fair - On Tues- hauling cross ties, saw logs o any thing I could do to earn arl Wanzer Furnish:man and we can sfely look; oj day last at the home ot .he b,Yid.e honest living. Ward to a sucpessfiil finish for While hauling &aw logs on the 1 2th day of last December the RQckpastlg County air for a Urbane Qho, 1qr maYJiige of I had the misfwtue to break my crippled leg, mashing it tHl th Mj. AicI B,. Jhirnish and Miss M,ary 33mlly Wanzer was solemn doctors had, to amputate It. I have never before asked the voters to The giving sway of h$ floor ized, the ev. Demister D. D. cf cttnG, to an oftfcoand if I had not met with this last misfortune I in the Feppes. Ba,nk; building was Urbana, and Rev. Geo. & Watson ;should not evoa ask it now. a most upfprtunate. circumstance of Mt. Vernon, ofciang. The want to appeal to the Republican to nominated me for fl.nd what the condition was tht decorations, we,re, ferns an,d whfo paused the deca.y of the foists in, roses,. Tha brde was gow-nei a, I should like to meet you all face to face but I have been in 3 so short a time js a puzzle. B,ut a, dainty wh,ita lingerie a.nd, carried, hard place, financially, since my bad x?k, my wife's health has been We are glad to. say that the danger-pffsuph- , a boquet of white roses. Th,e Yd.-- . a trquhlejn the future i diflg, though a very sirnpJd home a. very poor, and we have four little children to look after, so you see I haw not had the opportunity, to see you all, but now tfeat my wife entirely relieved, as the entire mir-wamast impressive. The is floor- is bqilt of concrete, which guests were. Mrs, W. L. in better health I hojje tjcxaeet as many of the voters as I can ' possiwill be painted in tbe squares Richards, a sister of the groom bly. The.a,s.Msors office will be a great heSptome giving it the enameled effect, and Rev. Geo. S. Watson, of Mt I will maker which is not only durable but Vernon; Mr. and Mrs. Bales ol, you, a, good officer and see that the tax get a square deal' Regarding my character: I coil the.most strict very attractive. Contractors Cincinnati and Mr. Bell of Cleveinvetit Parrett and Ramsey have put in land. Mr. and Mrs. Finish are tion. I refer you to any man whaknows me, my neighbors especiallr When you go in the booth to cast your, vote think of me anoTl the new floor without causing expected to wil arrive in Mt, Vernon never forget, you. any interference with the business to night and after Sept. 1st will be Yoqr, friend,. of the bank, which js a feather in. at home to their friends at Brook-- 1 their caps as 3. M. RASH. 48& ' workmen. aide on East Main St., Mt. Vernon. S-o- o T- TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY: n t , ASSESSOR OF ROCKCASTLE CO., s atf-ofto- pas up-to-da- te . t . Ltl-r- . ie&Ai a VVtf Nervous ? Sorao of docs not rid ltnek is that your from biliousness or headache ? The rca-o- iSMc as is far syatem of a stove to nd the rate it in the blood; ju't as impo. o the poisons stove; the clinkers do itself of clinkers. The waste doc Jo us . voctly whatacsusnulalBiI and to theprevent then make the fires burn low until raougli clL kcrs have hcavy-sl- ccp does not its burning at all. Your liver is sluMhyou arc dull and appetizing, in this conJitipt. illucs de;.elcps. Doctor Pierce s rest.nor is food Discovery eradicates the poisons from the body- -a glyceric alterGolden Medical stone and ative extract made from MooJroot, fiolJcii seal and mandrake root,constitution Mo matter how strong the Queen's -- oc, without the u,c of alcohol. i, 13 ...., ,1 . "-. .' nsu LlUUiUUll :. iIVl .V i,.. wui. nf Mltir" at times: in conse qusnee the blood is disordered, for tne stomach is the laboratory for the cons.cnt manufacture of blood. VJJ. Ehnv. Bt.K of Tart Dorr. Or.t, Bre SC. writes: "I hava trouble, catarrh. Indigestion. bwr.aLT.liuiTercr fory:rs frcm throat,nervousness-- at times 1 wouUl JVnu.1.: trebles, t. constipation aid . .v"""-- ' lieni lieu. uunaieTO ms rare nr.d wulJ -l W.ur for :i little v. hile. then I would tro 1 liad v.this l'or nineteen jcara chronic :nSla.i.ntin ll tliroufth in!" Id IMihon in my l.Vo.1. Aftci tr hip n.rly cvuryiliinK I sot, ore. r. anil easily and frequtatly Hme ill ? OitchWoVfM&dlt the time really Cold BRate qWKUl tUflSLLXtnWSBCM ys suffer LIVINGSTON. M.SS BRODHEAD. Mary "nf a ix H7 '?r4?7 U1IU1--.III- 1 .:,L re-- Mwhr.il J3iruvery and Dr. Sase'r, Catarrh Remedy. I have taken th J ufuI srd 'Pleasant Pellets and luve my fic Golden .Medical jaorK ibottles of Dr. Safe's Catarrh Remedy. I rjn now able to do I enjoy everything 1 fee! Me a rd waJ with i.iess.j. for lettiiicmenow woman. live long enough to find scac-Ihm- ir rround irear.d thank Goi rude ina iU asra.i.." i "'"Ci;s Ur fn . tot MrA CLAIC . Til tenuis itju.ut um uuu ncaiiL 23..11..... ..t.fA I.'ha. .nil Krktxrolc ..w. jsKasscsMKzssarauasB! . -is r-- k. e S n. a IU8 t-- 3ti Bg-'B- rr2i. .- s. fijj -.- TSMa &n i' ii vi izjttl lip Here are several reasons why I trade at C C Davis Drug Store: BECAUSE-- Qnnlity considered, bis price can't be hc.-itcn-. There are no delays; customers receive prompt attention. BEOAUSK -- Things we get at Chas. C. Davis' Store are all riht. BECAUSl!) Things that o wrong bought at (MiinkV place will be made right. BECA USE The poor man s dollar is worth just much at Charley's plaeejas the rich man's. BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store; every deal is strictly confidential. BECAUSE Chas. C. Davis is never grouchy if you don't buy. BECAUSE Try Him. Phone SS. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY'S TRIP TO MAMMOTH CAVE, June 23 PERSONALLY CONDUCTED BY HOME PEOPLE The hotel and Uave lias been reserved for this Excursion, , and by special arrangement no other party will be boolced for this date. All boys or girls under 10 years of age in care of parents or Chaperones will be PASSED THROUGH THE CAVE FREE Two big days sight seeing from start to finish. The party wili leave Mt. Vernon, 0:53 a. ui., June 23 going on regular morning train from all .stations. ROUND TRIP R. R. PARE From all stations. BOARD AT CAVE HOTEL Meals or Lodging. Adults Children $2.20 Children .- f)0c -c Limit on tickets 10 days. One route in the Cave $'2 00 or two routes for $3.00 Boys or Girls under 30 years passed free in the Cave. This trip has been approved by all County officials, as well as Superintendents of Oity and County Schools, which makes it an he opportune time to see the Cave now. Write or phone L. & N. Agent for particulars. msmmm !frSlR2a $mm m i l2ra i ; ACheckonTheMt.Ve r r t l s a check on your payments. When it conies back to you it is an indisputable receipt for your money. Payment by check is a check on spending, too. You think twice' before drawing a check. And the second thought often results in your not drawing it at all. Open an account and you'll save in spite of yourself. THE BANK OP MT. VBRNON MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, W. L. RICHARDS, President. A. B. FURNISH, Cashier. 1 Kgg 8 3jI'T'ljrfrfKSjijSS S?jtf??JPJ"SyO,w'-Hand-mad- e f1 1 1ff UNDERTAKES Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of the County All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX,! 94-- S i MT. VERNON. , ICY XLJifc ' m n y Ui iy SPuSfflffSSSSy i CASTORIA Proctor returned Johnson and little daughter,, MJJ Mr Tf J. Pennington has home lroin Mt, Vernon last FrH Jos;, visited. Mr. Q 11 Mn E '? m P m a Iu t a ;TcjrHr-and Mrs Prank, aiCxrZJ2im i mur... put chased a house and lot from day after spending a plea.su nt Djoluy, of near Climax, Saiur-' r Ml .i n Mrs. A. Pennington price paid week. Her niece, Miss Amy day and Sunday Mil). $3oo 00. He "lso purchased a Proctor accompanied her. -- Mrs. Miss Carrie Hysinger,.. of ne..r 'Viir'ifiVffi tiact of land from S. E Penning- J. K. Pike and Miss Eitn Pnhlio Lr.n j i?n..i waw t--For Infants and Children. ton for which he paid loo.oo were in Mt. Vernon shopping Davis, of Mt. Vernon, were guests Mr. and Mrs. George V. Kean, Monday. Miss Lena McCall, of of Miss Mattie Oweus Saturday Kind You Have Si" '(IS. of Indiana, have been visiting Maretburg, is with her sister. uight and Sunday. A number Mr. and Mrs John 'Mullins, ot Mrs. .1. J. Albright this week. from heie attended the meetinc Bough! t!d?fc this place. A little child ot Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Durham, at Hopewell, Sunday. j JVLCOIIOL 3 PKR ri'ct John Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Samms, and little son, Auston Sparks, Shepherd, ot Lebanon Junction, i is very sick. and Mrs. Walter Robins, of Mt. was with his brother, R. B. Jo the ImyUicSto.iKichsandBowlsof Mr. J. D. Hall, of the Gauley Vernon, were with relatives Sat- Shepherd last week. Mr. and .2$ Branch Section, has been very urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Flim Parrelt spent Saturday sick but is slowly impioving. Allen Hiatt of Quail, ware with and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Promo(esDgc3tionfkenU Died, Saturday iist , a small Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Iliatt over Neal Parrot t. James Simnlcins r.cssandli'st.ConlaInsnciilAr of child of Mrs. Eliza Parker. Sunday. Mrs. Agnes Herrin, of Speut Saturday and Stuidaj with Cpiuiu.Morphitie nOrHiKraL is the second death in the crao urcnartl. was with her! i,;c ,,,,1 R B. Shepherd -- Miss This HlvJ UII.1V. Not N.vrc otic. Srt4.- family in the nast two weeks mother, Mrs Judith Chesnut, who Nannie Taylor and n brother, esrfcmkirmncEm Died the 23rd., a little child 01 has been quite ill during the week .iu6sQ ilave beeil v;tlu(r iXIJi JhjJia Sxd JLXJZXZi Mrs. Peiry Waddle and was -- Mrs. George V. Pean, ofin Wudie.-M- rs. I HxitttcS- :George Bryant . ;, . ,1 t tt I .rvun on toe xiuuauapons. met , was tlie guesc spent Suuday uuneu hi ni with Mrs. Sam liiCuiteaxl 24. uied tne zzna. a little child 'ot Mrs Vula Kenolds the first of Btyant f ail. ' ClcnfatSsar of Mr., and Mrs. B. Mahaffev the week -- A. J Haggard Police! Frank Mgrieietrzr. and Gleuna Johnson and was buried ,he 23rd. at the Judge, J. W. Proctor. LpeIU Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Aperfcct Itemedy for Consripi family burying ground on River and C. A. Wheeldon, rntired "bar-- 1 Qrovcr Johnson, of tion.SourStoiuach.Dlarrlm -- Miv Burr Hill. Died the 24th a little child ber, wee in Cincinnati and Cov-- I Ki7-- .e Ponder. oS Withers visited amILoss of Sleep. of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Little. -- inton Sunday. Jak McCaU, of ftieilcls at this u,o, 1 tr lav 4 ..., , J IjcSiiKle SiSnature of t o. ., M..i,i.., .j i'laiiaim xenu .ii wuiiicu ouuiuifis unua "m..i.i:.. ni , is Willi HIS mot: er Alisses Carrie Hysinger, Ethel and family lMt Tuesday night for Mrs. Judith Chesnut, this week, Emma Da-- is spent Saturday with few dajs visit with relatives in John Shumate returned to his Misses Mattie and Fannie Riddle Tue Centauh COJIPAKT, i NEW YORK. Illinois. After crops were great home in New York, after spending Eber Mullins, of Mt. Vernon l!;T'C ly damaged by the drouth in several weeks with relatives and was in this vicinity Wedne-da- y this section lain fell in copious friends in this and the Hiatt sec- - -- R. E. Bell filled his rul-i, .. .. M..rt 1 ti r ..: uuu ivirs. joiin nus. j. u. raau was- i.: 4uam.11.1es. KODins, ami appointment hero Sunday. iWO E wiun relatives ui iriue run oun iiitie uaugnter, Mildred, aie with a as t rm rrw t t. 6taL- i iu Exact Copy of Wrapper. day. relatives in Pineville this week. HEW ,c crrY tme ctfiUH COMNr. I C. I . McDowell, of East Beru. H. J. Chesnut, A M. Hiatt and .5BffrTtwmffBi!!iFr staut, was in our town Tuesday. John Robins have rented the Por Infants and Children. Mrs. Orndoff is treating her grounds from the Rockcastlo The Kind You Have Always Bought residence to a coat of paint County Fair Association for the Himmnmtmmia niimuiutnmnnmuiu Hubert Nicely was called to 4th of July Celebration. Somei Bears the Signature of Richmond Monday on account one circulated the news that the' YERHON CO. of the illness of his child. Fair Ass'n was going to hold the ULCERS AND SKIN TROUBLE Harrison Holt who stabbed H. picnic, and some of the stock- PRACTICAL If you are suffering with am W.Bowman from the effect of holders are getting "kinder old running or fever sores. ulcei which Bowman died, has never wrathy" about it. and for that boils, UNDERTAKERS eczema or other skin tronhle oeeu up to tne reason tne committe wants it . get a box of Bucklen's Ainica apprenenaeci FUNERAL DIRECTORS, S present We had the pleasure plainly understood that the As-- 1 Salve and you will get relief AND of receiviug a package at the sociation has nothing to do with promptly. Mrs. Bruce Jones, ol K.UIJAL.lIKKh ZZ post office Tuesday and when we it. except to collect the rent.! Birn,inRllam. Ala- - suffered from Mt. Vernon, Ky. . fnr ninP mrttitln. fill tiplv lllr-p. .. r r4 t III.. ..4.1. n .. (nrl uc ,.. '" " yiuvcu iu 1. several r miner more tne committee ..i "Fu-Arnica Salve ftfiETALIC photographs of the next county wants the fact emphasized that, fired her in two weeks Will James Maret. there will bo no admission court clerk, wn h. In vnn fink 25c Recom While we haven't anything to say are informed that Miss Susie mended by Chas. C Davis Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of Sr: 2 against either of his opponents ' Hilton formerly of this place, who g S work for the company. as they are our Jriends and we has been with the Bat son Dry Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hoarse sent to all points are always wi'liug to give our Goods Co. at Lanca-to- r for over- iriends good advice and nowwejal years, and Fiazior Hurt, a Managerg will say to them that Maret is wealthy merchant of Lancaster, Oflice Mt. Vernon Monumental rSuililiuo- PHONE 112 S a sure winner. Let us all put were married Wednesday. Miss get fresh air, sunshine and our shoulders to the wheel and Hilton is a dauirlttc of J. H. Kil- above all the work as nevor men worked ton of Stanford and has manv iiim - nuiimiim energy-producin-g 'm'mmmm'''' " properties before and we can roll up a friends here. Mr. Hurt is a of SCOTTS EMULSION. handsome majority in Nov. fori cousin of Chas. Hurt of this place Its prompt use often thwarts James Maret for Count v Cleric. uncle Henry tish was visiting tuberculosis. 129 Mr. W. G. Niceley was in Cashier and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt Berea Tuesday on business. Mrs. during the week. If the property Will Brown, of Parksville, who owners would follow the example has beeu visiting her daughter, of Mack Barnes by cutting the Mrs. C. A. Blanford for the past weeds along their side walks, our '4 two weeks returned home Tues- town would make a better ap- UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER i. f Saddles, rt. and day. Mrs. Blanford accompanied pearance to visitors. Mack has her as far as Junction City.-Mrwon the prize no matter how hard Bridles, Blankets Collars, in fact, all kinds W. T. Amyx and daughter the other fellow tries. Hubert - .SS VW "' WAVV (rVJ.XV sr Miss Georgia, are visiting rela- Barnes was in Pine Hill and LivXVhUlX WVi tives at Ida May Ky., this week. ingston this week telling the W. M. Preston was in London people why they should vote for Old iMniii street back" of Court house. & Tuesday. him in the August primary. J. E Woodall, the hustling Mrs. Tildeu Frith has been quite salesman, of Loudon was with our sick this week. Don't for get to VV. 1 . Ky. t? merchants Tuesday. Mr. and attend the 4th of July Celebration " Mrs. J. B. Cummins, of Level at the fair grounds. It won't cost Green passed through here you a penny to see all your old Sunday enroute to White Oak friends, and spend a pleasant and FOUND, the place to buy Spectacle-anEyeglasses for $1.50 anil up. Oold, Branch. L. H. Davis is beautify- profitable day. Conie-T- he mov- Silver and Aluminum Frames. Laring his property with a coat of ing picture ,show continues to gest selection in town. Kyes tested paint. Mrs. R. B. Samms aud move, and is drawing large crowds Free. Years of experience. children of Paris Ky., who have W. T. Brooks was in Louisvilie C. FOR FiVI been visiting relatives at this Monday. Union services were JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. COX BROS. STORE place and Mt. "Vernon has re- held at the Cristian Church Satur turned home. Mrs. J. W. Sams day and Sunday evenings. J. is on the sick list at this writing. W. Tate wa's in Louisville ThursMajority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. I decided to Mrs. R. J. Lemondsand daugh- day, Friday and Saturday of last H VA11W V WX take his advice, although I did not have JT XX Hughes Would Die, But ter, Elizabeth, have returned week. any confidence in it. home after a few days visit with &S One Helped Him to JIT. VERNON, KY, have now been taking CHAMBERLAIN'S CoLIC, relatives in Paris Tenn. CHOLERA AND DIARR- n Fron tRooms over Baker's Store for three months, and it has cured me Recovery. Phone 49-W $ HOEA REMEDY. DEAFNESS haven't had those awful sick headaches CANNOT BE Every family without exception Xloe3JC3od3o35CSe3C CURED, since 1 began using it. should keep this preparation at by local application, as they can- hand during tfye hot weather ot Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting ad1 am so thankful for what Black-T- not reach the diseased portion of the summer months. Chambervices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes Draught has done for me." the ear. There is only one way lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea writes as follows : "I was down with to cure deafness, and that is by Remedy is worth many times its Thedford's has been constitutional remadies. Deafness co.t when needed and is almost stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for deis caused bj an inflamed condition eertain to be needed before the 'f TT t II f f Vnvnnn. I ' would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. of tne raucous lining ol the EustaIt i JJ'is over. It has no chian Tube. When this tube is superior for the purposes of Home and office in the lata residence times, that 1 thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, inflamed you have a rumbling 1 tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, which it is intended. Buy it now Jr. Myers formerly occupied on "Old and souud or imperfect hearing and For sale by Chas. C. Davis. Vernon. MainSt.,2Mt. did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely-usewhen it is entirely closed. Deafness is the result, and unless the I gotso bad, I could not eat or sleep, SHAKE OFF YOUR by young and old, and should be inflammation can be taken out RHEUtMAIISM. and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. and this tube restored to its Now is the time to get rid of would die. He advised me to try uormal condition, hearing will be Get a package today. Try a twenty-fiv- e destroyed forever; nine cases out your rheumatism. Thedford's and quit Only a quarter. cent bottle of Chamberlain's j ten are caused by Catarrh which Liniment and see how quickly ii nothing but an inflamed conyour rheumatism Dain disappear. dition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Sold by Chas. C. Davis. "WE DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE Over U. G. Baker's Store. fSk Dollars for any case of Deafness COVE Crown an d Bridge Work a USE" caused by catarrh) that cannot All work guaranteed. be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure Cure. Send for circulars, free. Little Pearl Moore has pneuAnd don't J. F. Chbney & Co. monia fever. Little Misses Leila 7. C. Toledo, Ohio. ATTORNEY-AT-LAand Amanda Frances Davis, of have to grease Sold by all Druggists, 7;c. Mt Vernon, were tho guests of MT. VERNON. KY. Take Hall's Family Pills for but once a their little friends Susie and constipation. "OFFICE. - On 2nd. floor o Grace! Riddle Saturday and Sun- TheBankof Mt. Vernon, on Churc week. day. Miss Onie'Silvers is visiting street. Special attention given FOR FLETCHER'S her sister, Mrs. Will Masden, at- - to collections.! Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLl OIL CO. Lexkiftoi, Ky. Phone No. 80. Corbin.- - John Prootor, of Louis- - ville, is visiting relaiivs in this T Vicinitv. Mr. mid Mrs. ... C . CjwrK .jja; MBMHMHHHBttHMHHHSSS .s 4 ' . 1 ...-- -- The Always Bears AgclablePrcparalionfjrAs-stmiiailnilicFocdanilRcgufc- O- -I Signature , I 1 t- - t ....' mi lLlf fn Atf M Use ' 1 Ex-Marsh- al ffi .... I ?' f iP In For T hlrty Years -i " j r Ti-- n , - m. ' CASTOR A ' ' S pimmi!!'"" l&,. DIMET i j ' f- s- u .... a .... I . . d t;i.i r COUCH CASKETS Coffins and Robes. i j g GEORGE OWENS, ! cell-buildin- g, iiimiiuiiuufiiiiimiiuimmmiimiimitiitmuiiK - Bitv s. Wapon Harness. u SHOE SHOP IN CONNECTION, jj Stanford, 'POUND! UAVIO. STOMACH TROUBLE j MOORE rmrror YEARS yOyajryD0ya P Dentist 1 r Black-Draug- ht W. 11 FRANCIS, Dentist x Vrf Black-Draug- ht J. P. SREBrV Dentlst Black-Draug- ht, Williams, Children Cry HL i -j as S&