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Mount Vernon signal: July 4, 1913 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913070401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: July 4, 1913 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. L Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. - bsmm J (m lil aft ! H I -- LI Jjf. 3If COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 4. 1913. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE lili We are going to CLEAN HOUSE THIS MONTH Established 1887 DUMBER 40 ii m II ii " ' in JIIMMJJWUU- - Mt. Vernon's BIG STORE 25 Pound Bags Granulated .G.Baker Sugar for $1.20 PLAIN & FANCY WASH SILKS 50 cent values Special to close in a wiioop 22 c 4th of July A Square Deal in Clothes I' REMNANTS Remnant Calicoes $1.50 Filne Suit Caes Just 20 iu the lot 90c This lot represents all the uX,JriJr Women's Summer Waists and Skirts Snow white $1 values Ladies Waists staple and shirting styles, 50c hundred and ONE ago everyman in America was granted a square deal and an equal opportunity. thirty-seve- n Just seventy year afterwards in 1846 the makers of Clothcmft beiran to offer the men of this country a P(juare deal in clothe. The' were the first in the field, for no oilier American manufacturers of ?nen's clothing were in existence. at that -- CAM MULLINS the yard JOc tunc. The idea f the Clothcraft makers was and still is to produce menV clothing at edium prices with a guarantee of and absolute satisfaction in every detail. Sixty-seve- n year of honest, painstaking effort went into the working out of thi all-wool During this time the Clothcraft makers developed unique scientific tailoring methods which gieatly improve the quality of the clothes without increasing the cost. The neat, dressy, durable Clothcraft suit of to day, literally grew out of this idea and this effort. IV ear 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 it style, fit and wearing quality, we stand ready to make it right with you. . idea. all-wool Vote for Cam Mullins for Sheriff of Rockcastle County subject to Remnant Goods Worth SI. 50 the action of the Republican primary Aug. 2, 1913. 15c to 35c values p Special price If tlected to this office I will render to the people the most Such as white goods efficient service that my ability will admit. I further pledge to you if elected, that I will deal out justice between man and man unhampIrish Linens, figured ered and uninfluenced; and I assure you that no man or men, during Black ard Batistes and Lawns my term of office, will be able to put a collar around my neck to do Blue Dress Skirts their bidding. I do not belong to any string, click, or clan, but will Special, the yard JQC people of my beloved stand for the rights of the great eomnion Worth up to 10 county and with and upon this assurance I most earnestly solicit Special your support. Remnant Percalles Youi servant, 12Ac Values gi CAM MULLINS. Waist Women's Pongee Silk Waists 7r Women's J2J5 98c Feb. 11S 7 C. A. Davis for 14.I6 ISUO 1)11 HAD. ( Come In Tomorrow and Let's Talk It Over EMU SUTTON Treasurers Report of Mt. Vernon Graded School The following is the am't ceived, date and from whom, ceived of the resources of Mt. Vernon Graded School. 1 & McBEE 17.22 bu. coal Feb. 27 Pete Cummins for 26 bu coal Feb 28 Will Frakes Qih months pay as Tanitor Mch 1 Teachers salary for 5th. month Mch. 1 Joe Fletcher 28 bu. coal Mch. 1 Pete Cummins 29 bu. of coal Mch. th. Peoples Bank ior clipping on Bonds Mar. 4. Neal Parrett for Remnant 12zC Dress Ginghams 8s c Women's white Linen Skirts 4 Miss Eila Carson is spending .12 a few days with her brother Bane ot Telhco Plain yug.veok. Miss 00 Mattie Adams is spending a fen weeks in Berea with Mr. and Mrs. Wool Dress Goods $J-0- 0 Here's your opportunity to huy a supply for summer . Come early as the supply i limited . 29o.oo 0. V. Jarrett. Johu Pigg of London spent a few days with Frank 3 36 Ward last week. Joe Smith was 3.54 uo.oo IO. 20 3-1- 4 work The Clothcraft Store bal. due on general tix Apr. 2 T. J. Nicelev bal due on Bonded indebt Oct. 26 Willie Frakes 2nd, months salary as Janitor, extra 618.61 Oct. 2q. Peoples Bank for int. on note $sQ 50 and Mar 7. Belknap Hard-wea- r Co., for floor oil Mch. 11 W. .1. Sparks Oo., for 88 V bu coal Mch. 28 Will Frakesfor 20.67 7th month salary as Janitor S.S5 20.00 29o.OO ness Kirby tuition ior daughter June 6. J. V. Kincer June 6. Wm. Kirby tuition for daughter June 23. J. H. Bi owning tnition lor son Wm. May 14 vr fr UilMII r r i'Ulllir) vOu Mil j.wu r 260.35 Oct. 29. To all the teach11 lirlr Apr. 4. Teacher salary for 6th mouth 300 50 Apr. 9 Wm. Mullins for 26J'3 bu coal .90 2.65 3 00 i9i2. Apr. 27. Am't on de 10.00 $UG 72 posit in Peoples Bank $5084.98 May 20. Deposit by note b2a.oo The following is correct stateMa 28. C. A. Ferguson as to where and when and for paint 5.0 ment to whom checks have been given June 1. J. W. Kiucer 26: '5 on Mt Vernon Graded School. Supt. Schools l9l2. July 27. Blake Taylor G.65 Apr. 29 W. D. Langford lor tuition for 8 months pay as Aug. 17. T. I. Nicely 20.00 Janitor Bal due on settlement of May 2. U. G. Baker for ,8.13 lgji Tax 3.80 account Sept. 24. Browning for May. 8. Chas. 0. Davis tuition 300 for account 483 Oct. 1. G. S. Griffin for May 18. W. B. Langford 9.00 tuition bal due as Janitor I4.00 Nicely on Oct. 5. T. J. May. 30 Prof. .Houstqn 300.00 jqja levy for teachers bth and 7th months W. Kincer Oct. la. J. 533-326o.35 and Houstons 7th. nrst school draft igi2 May 3I. Miss Waters 8 Oct. 12. Board of Eduioq.qq 16.00 and 9th months salary cation for tuiiion Ben Fisbbapk Jan. 3. . T. J. Nicely on Oct. service 10 00 250.00 Janitor 19 1 2 levy Jan. 4 Houston for teachNov. 23. T. J. Nicelv ers salary for 8th and 9th 500.00 on I9i2levy month except MissJWaters 066.66 Nov. 23. J. W. Kincer Jan. 5 W. . Sparks on 260.35 Supt. 2nd. school draft account 40.00 Dec. 2;. T. J. Nicely on Aug. 24 Bill Fry for 500.00 19I2 levy 1.(0 work at school 193Sept 30. Bill Frakes 1st Jan. 10. J. W. Kincer salary as Janitor Supt. 3rd. and 4th. drafts 020.70 months 20.50 extra Feb. 6. Win. Kirby tu5 Payne Smith lay3.00 Oct. ition for daughter 6.20 ing pipe lice Feb. 22 J. W. Kincer Oct. 8. J. A. Landrum 260.35 5th. draft J freight on seats j". Nicely t2AI Mar. 3. T. i Oct 1 2. Jim Anderson, evy 500.00 op ' " 85 tor hauling Mar, 16. ' Wm. Kirby tor A. Flanagan Co., Oct. 2 tuition for seats 25.10 Mar. 22 Graden Proctor Oct. 25 Bob Lee for 3.00 for tuition work Apr. i2. T. J.Niceley j 29o,oo Apr.'lo Havvey Bradley ers for llrst month salary for coal Oct. 29. Robt.Leefor Apr. 2 (Miss) Sadie covering pipe line Abernathy for teaching Nov. 19 U. G. Baker for music acct to date Apr. 14 Peoples Bank Nov. I9. A. Flanagan Co., throe on for window screens 9 37 money paid Bond binking fund at Nov. 19. E. S Albright for pnntiug 5.00 6 per cent Apr. 25 Will Frakes for Nov. 23 Will Frakes 3rd 2o.oo Sth. mouth salary as Janitor' months salary Apr. 28 Leonard C Ketch- Dec. 7. Teachers salary for 2nd. month 21J0.00 um for Insurance policy I68976. Dec. 14. J. A. Landrum Apr.' 20 Teachers salary for freight T2 pec. 19. A. Render for fp.r 7th. rriprUh, Apr. 2g H. 0. Qentry 104 bu. coal 10.40 for "york done on boiler Dec. 2o Wil Frames 4th tnqnths salary 2o.fio May 7 U. Q. Baker for 4-6- 5 31-7- 9 30.00 31S.22 26.00 75.00 990.00 1.50 3 Dec. 28,. Fred, Kruegv 2 bbls limp Dec. 31. Wm. Poyoter for acct. to date 19i3 Jan. 2. acct U. C. Davis for Jan. 3. D. Ramsey for work and pipe furnished Jan. tth. E. B.. Cox 9l 3-0- 0 3-1- 0 May 26 Frit? Frueger 3 bu- coal at rq 2o foi 4 4 57 3 May 37. E- S. Albright 2.oo for printing to date 1 9. 05 for taking senses June 2 Mell Moore for cleaning Jan. 11. Teachers salary closets 3.00 for 3rd month 290.00 June 4 Sadie Abernathy Prof. Irvin for Jan. 1 1 for music 22.50 money paid Prof. H. 18.00 $523i-4Jan. 11 C. C, Davis for Leaving a t ballance in treasure money paid Prof. Housof Graded School of Mt. Vernon improvin.g! : The Knobs 1 2. 00 ton of $353.48 also S31S.22 placed to Oil Co , has olosed down Fan. 14. Wm. Sowder to the Surplusat G per ceufj. their )lant until the Urst of Sep- r for 36 bu. coal niee$ bonded hiebtnss. statement is true as tember. -- E B. Newland and son Jan. 14 John Hurd for 26 bu coal ,2.9? best of my knowledge. Davis, and daughter, Edgar Dunn and Cuas. c, Ella Belle, are with relatives in Jari-2C. A. Davis for Treas. Columbus, Ohio, this week. ' i3.o9 119 bu. coal Subscribed and sworn to before! Feb. 1. Will Frakes 5th month pay. as Janitor 20.00 me 'by Chas. C- Davis, this July ' ' FOR FLETCHER'S Feb. 1 Teachers salary 1, 1913. 29o.oo for 4th. month E. S. Albright, N.P 2-5 F.s-seni'- al G acct. to date 5 May i2 F. L. Thoiupsou 1. no ;9..9.o cashier qn piauo fjnd. May 12 E. S. Albright n.50 3 5 for printing acpt M,ay 24 Willie Frakes ao. op 9th month salary May 26. Teaphers satai jes. 2.85 for last two month 625.op up from Lebanon Junction between trains Sunday. Mrs. O. W. Turpin is very sick Mrs. J Table Oil Cloth J. Payuter is up from Lebanon A fine line of patterns. with homefolks this Junction week, Mrs. R. T. Ballard ofCor-bin- . Special price on hest qualities . was the guest of Mr. and made J7cy(J Evans the first of the Mrs. Johu week. P. A. shelton was with Sunday. Everett Remnants 25c Sheeting homefolks Mullins was vlowu from Mt. Verin lengths up to 3 yds non, calling Sunday afternoon. Special J 5c! Mrs. W. M. Francisco and Miss Reca Brooks left Tuesday for an extended visit with relatives in 117 MEN'S and BOYS LaFolletto and Williamsburg Tenn. 'Mrs. Etta Brown is visiting relatives at Stanford this $1 . 25 Values, special Qc week. Miss Katie Bunch is with relatives and friends at Crab Orchard. Frank Evans and Chas. Bowman were over from Bei'ea, Sunday. Aunt Judith Chesnut remains about the same. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Roberts were down, from Pine Hill and spent a low days with home folks, lust week -- , Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Roberts of Rowland,, ajo spending a few days with relatives this week. Frank Ward is visiting in Sonura and Hardin. Mr. and Mrs. W, "R. Taylor and Wm. Scott of the Quail section ar$ in Louisville for a few days,. Roo,eiifc Owens, is suffering severely from a broken leg. Mrs E;well VxA wife of Tildep Frith died. Sunday morning. S;ho leaves a. brokenhearted BIG BARGAINS IN hu.sba.nd, eight children, three Stoves and Ranges brothers a.ud four aisters to mourn We are the only car load her loss. She was a devoted handlers in the county wife and mother aud a member of the Methodist church, her death will be mourned by a host of friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tharpof Junction City, Mrs. Geo. of Danville, and Vermillion alse Tharp of Rileys attended the burial of their sister Mjs. Ewell Frith Sunday a,ftei;n,oo. Miss Jewell Francisco, is still values, 50c yd 75 values, 37c yd 50 values, 25c yd Womens Oxfords All the new styles All leathers, black, tan, white Nubuck All $3, $3.50 & $4 Slippers. Special sensational price 40 - . Pearl Trim, Buttons Newest designs Big 10 to 15c values . SpecialJuly price while tliey lost 5 c a doz- HATS Great Reduction in CLOTHING FURNITURE The only furniture store in Mt . Vernon Right Prices Good Goods ' SI i Carpets, Rugs and Druggets - 'a.' a . ., a 3-9- 6 3 Mt. Vernon. - Okil&ren Cry U. B. BAKER Mt. Vernon CASl.ORIA 4 i5T- -i SSMte -- MT. VERNON SIGNAL &"mr5Y Friday, July 4, 1913 "'"' ir2"ta "" AVi. -'jp '"' igrTVmxx v5 OF EOOMK REcdnotsBANCE j. .i.-., &, "TTTH-J -f- j- - r,i-- ' -- r.w il-- . rr?iT-- r v- - - yiwTWa JTvJQ3aMr7Ui. c ,r. - v " - "- VAY. SUbOUl Mull Made By Government Engineer Highway Engineer James T. Vashell of the office of Public of Roads, U. S. Department Agriculture, Washington, L. C. $I.OO made a reconnoissancs survey o UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR week with friends and lelatives firms into bankruptcy. Thoy have THE WAY OUT Boone Way, the proposed nalioual here. The two year old son of disrupted churches and plunged will be the first or Advertising rates made known on highway irom Crab Orchard to James Arnold is a very sick old friends into bitter legal Cumberland Gap, this week by July. It is a date of rather wideapplication child. Otlie, the nine year old son fights. They have driven men to driving over the route. Leaving spread interest this year, by ot Jerry Rash, is confined to his drink and women to insanity. Mt. Vernon Monday morning he reason of the fact that it will mark MEMBER OF room with a sore foot. Mrs. They have robbed innocent little t 2ENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION drove to Crab Orchard returning the beginning of the three daysi Hnvn'ntt nf flmimnn Ol.-l- o children of their parents and here on noon train, thence on celebration of the fiftieth anni- is visiting her granddaughter, Mis. sent young girls, broken-hearteSouth by buggy. Our Commercial versary of the Battle of Gettys- Chas. Betlmrum at this place. and unwedded, to their graves. Club thru its secretary and other burg and would have marked a MissCleo Dixon, of London, is They huve turned meiely foolish members of the club lookt after receivership for the Union and the guest of her cousin, Miss girls into wicked ones and thev the comfort of the government Southern Pacific railroads had Syble Bethurum. Woi. Kirby is men to representative while here and no' the President, at the eleventh seriously ill at this time. v The have sent innocent prison. And they belong pargave him all information at hand hour, taken over the problem o Sunday school at Hopewell is ticularly to the vocabulary ot ANNOUNCEMENTS. on the subject in which we are so the dissolution of the merger of progressing nicely with Robert women. They are peculiarly the deeply interested in and wisht lhf . W,- rn!lr12 in r. , .,!;...,,. ..,." t. Harmon as Fau wuu Superintendent. Miss weapons of the so called gentler DE3I0CIUTIC TICKET. him a pleasant voyage over that the Supreme Court's decision Isabelle Ping will hegm her school n tan. fs Vnmnn sex. Ex. The stronger sex is have never before displayed so exten&JVfASK.1lfk,5.c,erkatl hi8hwaV made famous bv that old and found a way out. That the at this place Monday July Sth. in the mud a'sx frontiersman Daniel Boone the plan will be accepted bv the Mrs. Edna We Are Authorized to Announce sive a line of well selected young men's H. Red and children, of W. A. TODD old Wilderness Road and Boones United Slater. Circuit Court, to UNSIGHTLY FACE SPOTS As a candidate for Jailer ofKockcastlc subject to Vanalstyue Texas are the guests . . ttie acuou of the Domociatic party. Auiriibt pri- Trail, the path over which the which it is to be submitted, to- - f ,, suits as this season. . Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Eczema .r,. nu.1911' .1 mary, 1813. Post office: Level Green. Ky. . , ui iici msiu .iii.i. r usiuuruiu Ointment, great Indian fighter traveled I38 uay, nas aireaay been accepted which heals nil skin SHERIFF Little Mayme Adams fell some We Are Authorized to Announce eruptions. No matter how long by Wall street as a fact accomyears ago. D. M. CRESS. JR. days ago and is suffering with a you hive been troubled As a candidate tor Shenll of Rockcastle subject to by The first stop made by Mr. plished, and, in this instance, Wall sore arm, J'.eliovintliat wo have clothes that will appeal party, August Prithe action of the Democratic she received from the itching, burning or scaly skin mary. 1913. Vashell, was for the right, and at street's assumption is right. to yon, we would like you to come in and ae& We are Authorized to nunounco 'tall. Mr Jinrl Mrs Willi P.iMitv humors, just put a little "of that Under the plan as approved East Berustadt where he was BEPRES ENTATI VE soothing antiseptic. Dr. Hobson's ;. ol Pittsburg, are the gu.ests ot the our line. We Are Authorized U Announce welcomed by J. W. Creech, "Saml $o&,ooo.ooo ot the Baltimore and NAT B. SEWELL formers grandmother, Mrs, Sarah Eczema Ointment, on the sores and the suff ring by the'tr Asa candidate for Representative ft om the 70th Bastiu, Dave Nelson and others Ohio railroad now held Xrfsmslative District, composed of the Counties of .Hanks, at this place. Rev. Cum- - Healing begins thatstops instantly very minute, Laurel end Rockcastle, subject to the Democratic and sent on his way next morning Pennsylvauia will be exchanged Primary, August 2. 1913. nnns w,u nii h,s regular appoint- - Doctors use it in tneir practice . Whether to look or to buy, we shall b e "nut to Londcn where the Commercial l'emmmpni! if Tr Allonvi. Uient at blllkm? Vallfiv Stiirri;i.v atul to have an opportunity to show you these REPUBLICAN TICKET. Club, including H. C. Hazelwood, Pacific, held by Union Pacific. f Littletown Pa, says: and Sunday. Born Tune the 20. "Eczema COUJJTY ATTORNEY. irood clothes. H. H. Johnson, Judge Angel, Joe The rcmaiuing SSS, 000,000 of to We Are Authorized to Announce the wile of S. I. Carpenter a Ointment cured it in two weeks" j' E. B. THOMPSON Young and others did the honors the Union's holdings of Soathern girl. Guaranteed to relievo or monov As a candidate for County Attorney of Rockcastle subject to the action ol the Republican party, Aug- for the refunded. All druggi-us- . or by' capital of Laun.1 and Pacific will be placed in the ust Primary. 1913 Most of the farmers in this man. .R GENTRY Price 50c Pfeiffer Chemi sent the traveler on to Barbours-vill- e hands of a trustee, to he sold to pqrt gragcftffsreT:?-r- e , Aa a candidate for County Attorney ot Rockcastle are done laying by corn, cal Co , Philadelphia and St. or the Republican party, Auubjecttothe action wheie he remained over the public and will cairy no and sowing millet and cutting Louis. gust Primary. 1913. night under the charge of Judge voting privilege. wheat is the order 'of the day. SHERIFF. Not the least notable result that We Arc Authorized to Announce James D. Brock, Ben Dishmau Mr. and Mrs. Allen Adams of. ' A young lady wno taught a CAM MUI.LINS and H. C. Faulkner; doctors G. may be expected to follow will As a candidate for Sheritl of Rockcastle subject to this place spent Saturdav with cIass of smal! bov-- s " Sunday The action of the Republican party, August PriH. Albright and William Burnside be a transcontinental mary, 1U13. line made the formers sister, Mrs. yoe School desired to impress on them We Are Authorized to Announce and the business men of that up of Pennsylvania and Southern ColTev, T. S. BRANS AMON at Buckeye. Mrs. Coffey the ,nerinl'n- - of returning thanks j Ky- As a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle subject to thriving mountain Pacific and, not improbable, a city. The Turning to onei Republican party. August Prihas been seriously ill with measles ' bcfore a nualthe action of mary, 1913. the afternoon of Wednesday found second transcontinental line made but is reported better at this of thf ,:idv' wl"e father was Wc Are Authorized to Announce up of Union Pacific and Baltimore the engineer at Pineville being a deacon in the church asked:! FRANK BAKER time. As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to looked after by Pineville's leaders and Ohio. That such a result. ("Earl, whit is the first tiling our' the action of the Republican party. August Primary. 1913. SURPRISING CURE OF O. W. Metcalf, John Pearl, D. B. would mean a new and greater father says when he sits down to! We Arc Authorized to Announce STOMACH TROUBLE I, be table?' "He says, "Go slow X&3C!X& & Logan, Wm. Ayers, Win. Lawe, chapter in the history of railroad HARRY JONES As a candidate for Jailer ot Rockcastle subject to Morris. and others. development in this country goes you have trouble with with the butter hid-When the action ol the Rspdblican party, August Pri- Jackson it's fortv a mary, 1913, your stomach or chronic constip;: cents a pound replied Thursday Middlesboro was the without saving. We Are Authorized to Announce the JAMES WINSTEAD The immediate result will be Dion, don't imagine that your & host. Among its citizens who As a candidate tor Jailer of Rockcastle subject to case is beyond help just because the action of the Republican party, August Pri- - looked after the comfort of the the demonstration of the fact saury. 1013. j I A GOOD INVESTMENT. Boone Way traveller was R. C. that the Shermin law can put an Your doctor fails to give you We Are Authorized to Announce relief. Mrs G. Stenic, Plain J. C. MIZE W. D. Magli. a well known 4? candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject as aaction ot the Republican party, August Pri-to- Ford, Judge J. R. Sampson, H. effective end to unlawful combi- held, N. J. writes: "Kur over a ' the 1W13. G. Chappell and Commercial Club. nations, a result which the Stand- month past I have been troubled merchant of Whitomound, Ky 3ary. Wis.. Wc Are Authorized to Announce my stomach. Mr. Vashell left yesterday Everything I bought a stock of Chamberlain's for ard Oil and Tobacco cases left'in with M. C. SOWDER As a candJJate'for Jailer ot Rockca3tlo subject to ate upset it !.. i. .t.Iii iuah.1. doubt and which will urreatlv Chamberlain's terribly. One of- medicine so as to be able to supnly !P iw ho action of the Republican party. August Pri- - " "auiugiuii hmciluc retry. 1013 advertising book- tliem to h;s cut nmers. a report of hiz observations and lesson, if ic does not relieve, the COMPLETE LINE After reWo Are Authorized to Announce lets came to me . Alter reading BILI.IE BAKER investigations into the feasibility difficulties ahead of the Demo-o- f a few of the lette s from people Ct'um th0l was himself ie Coffins. Caskets and "Rnhpa j, As acendidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to w, tee tction of the Republican party, August constructing the proposed icratic partv in dealing with the who have been cured by Cham taken sick and Says thrt one Primary. 1013. Mail, Telegraph or Tele- berlaiu's Tablets, I decided to small bottle of Chamberlain's National highway. COUNTY COURT CL.EKK trust questim. Times. phone orders Promptly Vi We aro authorized to announce try them. 1 have taken nearly Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea In talks with this engineer it S. F. BOWMAN s of a package ot them Remedy was worth more to him As a candidate for as County Court was sllOWll that t.llP COIlStrUCIIOtl M Filled. There is more Catarrh in this Cleric ctllockcaatle county, subject to the action every- - than Republican party, August primary 1013. iiuu umi I'uiv em annual, cf the through Rockcastle would not be seaion of the country thau all M,;.,., the cost of his entire stock, We are authorized to announce t ,. i?.B,.i uy x tvailli wi otbiw fcM''h '" HUBERT BARNES of these machines. For sale by very difficult or heavy and that other diseases put together, and all dealer. as County Court for as ecandiuate C2;rkcf Rockcastle county, subject to the action all the material in way of stone until , all dealers. the last lew years was of the Republican party, Autrust primary 1013. The L. & N. R. R. Co., will for the line is virtually Jying by supposed to be incurable. For SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. Plnrfrrmiti" iniimnn.i1t ) frA.. 1 uu fi. uiuij;iia.nij Wo Are Authorized to Announce the roadside. In Laurel and Knox a fereat many yeais doctors pro- offer the following reduced sav J'011 MISS TEMPEST WARD anything to be As a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of there is plenty of sandstone for nounced it a local disease and tickets: To Knoxville. August t" for? Whv, look at your KccEcatttle subject to the action or the Republican party, August Primary, 1913. making the bed of road but the pi'escribed local remedies, and 80th, to Nov. 1st, limited to 10 noiShbor Hayes, he just lost his We Are Authorized to Annouuce top finish, limestone, which would bv constantly failing to cure with (lavs, $4 85 round tiip. Good for J. W. KINCER Wlfe h nfleiiza. As a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of have to be shipt from Kock-castl- local treatment, pronounced it sleepers. To Knoxville on Tues- Rcckcastlc subject to the action of the Republican Burke: "Bnt thilt don't do me incurable. Science has proven party. August primary, 1013. whose supply of that ex- Catarrh to be a constitutional days and Thursdays of each week an-We Are Authorized to Announce ood? T al "ot Hayes." v CHAS. B. ANDERSON I cellent material is sufficient to disease, and therefore requires Aug. 8oth. liirUed ; days for JLS& candidate for Superintendent of Schools of $3-0Hoq'sxo stle subject to the action ot the Republican Not good for round trip. CAUSES OF STOMACH build roads every constitutional treatment. Hall's Vcrty. August primary, 1913. state thruout taese United States Catarrh Cure, manufactured by sleepers. Both acct. ot National ASSESSOR TROUBLE Somebody banks your money. W Are Authorized to Announce and then plenty to spare for Canada F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio Conservation Exposition. ToCin .OfUntnrl hn!i!-L- ' Inn!- - rvF ... HARRISON BURDETT is the only Constitutional curb cianatt, Aug. 22, 2- and 5 hunted I. . Why Not You? Asacandldatefor Assessor ot Rockcastle subject and Mexico. Big stone crushers on the market. It is party, August to the action if the Republican taken in- Sep. 1st., $5.48 round trip; acct., door exercise, insufficient mastica Priinarj. 1013. iu iuc iuuuiji aic luuay uiu?uiuj ternally is doses from 10 drops tion of constip itiou, a too J, Aren't you as thrifty as the MAGISTRATE. and turning out 50 car loads or to a teaspoonful. It acts di- of National Association of Retail 'torpid liver, worrv and anxiety, We Are Authorized to Announce other fellow ? Bauk account W. M. SOWDER nearly 2ooo yards daily, which is rectly on the blood and mucous Druggists. To Nashville Sept. 14 evereating partaking of food and As a candidate for Magistrate First Magisterial enable? you to liavo what the District, composed of K. Mt. Vernon and Wulnut used by the railroads and others for surfaces of the system. They I5 and 16 limited Sept. 26, $7.95 Grove voting- precincts, subject to the action or the not suited to your age and Republican party general pilmary election, Augoffer one hundred dollars for any round trip, account of National drink other fellow has. ballast and concreting purposes. ust 2, 1013. occupation. Correct your habits case it fails to cure Send for We Are Authorized to Announce Baptist Convention, (colored) To and take Chamberlain's This is one one step further in circulars and testimonials. Tablets You and Your Wife J. H. LAMBERT Ai t candidate for Magistrate Second Magisterial the progress of the work being Address: F. J. Chexev & Co., Louisville Aug. 12. 13 and I4 and you will soon be well again. composed ot W. Mt. Vernon. Orlando iiiittvtt. and children wont have to take and Katindstone voting precincts, subject to the done by the Mt. Vernon Commer limited Aug. IS. $4.00 round trip Fol. sale by all deaers Toledo, 0. urtiou oi the Republican party general primary titxUon, August 2, 1013. I lrlrt Druggists, jGc. I'm rrt noorkllnr rt rt a back scat for the Best . cial Club in its efforts to secure Sold by Take Hall's Family Pills for Kentucky and Southern Indiana. REPRESENTATIVE. government aid in the great work A TEXAS WONDER. We Are Authorized to Announce constipation. L. P. THOMPSON To Lexington Aug. oth. to xGth. of putting a first class road over The Texas wonder cures kidney As a candidate for Representative from the 70th legislative District, composed of the Counties of the old Wilderness route. limited Aug. 19: S2.70 round trin and bladder troubles, removing BANK WITH US Much Laurel and RockCKStls, subject to the Republican HOPEWELL Primary. August 2, 1913. on account of Blue Grass Fair. gravel, Cures diabetes, weak and credit is due vSenator YV. O Brad-leWe Are A orized to Announce the fighter and defender of lame backs, rheumatism and all O. R. LUKER IN irregularities The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Joe THE BEST MEDICINE As a candidate for Representative from the 70th of the kidneys and Z.erisltive District composed of the Counties of Keutucky's interests and',especially X.aurel and Rockoasr e, subject to the Republican THE WORLD. T.nmb dipd Time 28th. Mrs . MT. VERNON, KY. Jmary, Augusts, 18113. in both men and women. of this the South Eastern portion ( Regu"My little girl had dysentery lates bladder troubles in children. of state whose people were so John Stokes and children, of Har lan county are visiting friends and very bad. I thought she would STATEMENT OF THE long misunderstood by 'those just If not sold by your druggist, will relatives here. There was preach die. Cnaniberlain's Colic Cholera be sent by mail on receipt of Si. Ownership, Management, Etc to the north of us. Senator James and diroa Remedy cured her. and is callaborating with Senator ing at Mt. Pisgah Saturday and I truthfully say that 1 think it is One small bottle is two months ok THE treatraent and seldom fails to Sunday conducted by Rev. Clonse. the best medicine in the world", MT. VERNON SIGNAL Bradley in this work backed by ..(.w cure. Serd for testi Mr. and Mrs. Can Adams, of writes Mrs, William Orvis, Clare monials from this and other states. the Kentucky delegation and conPublished weekly at Mt. Vernon, gress men from other states, as Hamilton, Ohio, have returned Mich. For sale bv Chas. C. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2y26 Olive street Rockcastle County, Ky. Editor, well as assistance of speaker Clark home after spending several days Davis. St. Louis Mo., Sold by druggist. Business Manager, Publisher and and other notable men of influence pW'SMBBgCt:lrwTrrr!7WTTWMW sole owner, E. S. Albright, Mt. and Commercial bodies of the Vernon, Ky. principal cities ot six states. E. S. Albright. AND INTENTION Subscribed and sworn to before Boone Way is a proposition. mt this the 3rd day of July, 1913. Otherwise called "THE KNOW HOW" and Men of the type of General A. B. Furnish, May, who was electrocuted a few "THE WILLINGNESS TO PRODUCE1' Notary Public. My commission expires davs ago at the Eddyville penitentiary, are disappearing from Feb. 2 I914. THE GREEN SEAL people have the mountains. the necessary KNOWLEDGE Varying influences are responsiThe city editiorial writers 1 ypu need a good pair of shoes In and the good INTENTION make too broad an application of ble for their disappearance. All com- the first place the mountain countEcH the word mountains. faff t ftMHTiSfc flC 4fl is to your interest to examine ry is developing, in more ways munities thruout the mountains the Selz line before you buy are no more the same than are than one, and "the old home ain't used to be." Railroads those of the Blue-gras- s or Penny-ril- e what it nor any more if as much law- nave come into isolated localities Formula on every package. and schools and churches have inlessness to the square inch. t creased in number and usefulness. FOR SALE BY The U. S. government bas Industries follow the railroads and mountains are taken notice of the Boone Way the people of the busy. The children are going to idea and is looking into it. Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. ! ! To-morroPt-otd theif tiaruiliS &!' Voting tiieinselve'S to galnlul occupations. Tini&does not hang so heavily on the mountaineers hands as it once did. He bas less leisure to devote to the persuit of his personal enemies. Courier Journal. A tfeA ,, M. Mm ,,, .fhrniH'fc AdalMfc: v.. hffJMirr Allen! , jTwo ''Pt,Wv Allis: wlU) . n t...i,u...)i! I'llV W1JH HLii U I '- - .i. A'tri Miss Millie, the fourteen year Micajah j damage than all the rest of the old daughter of Mr. Sowder, is on the sick list. Mrs. dictionary rolled together! They Fannie Andrews and little son, have wrecked homes and broken Charlie, of Cupp Tenn., have hearts. Thev have ruined promis returned home after spending a mg careers and thrown business wee phrilses' Five Ghot't words! Kut thoy have done more' Spring and Summer showing of Young Men's Gothes Old Men and Boys' kwwk Clothes '. - TVTfl- TT- We , j I . I . I L Cockrell Livingston, UNDERTAKER I - i , ..- QRAMVILLE OWENS Brodhead y'XcjxI -- I Wof-l-.;..- t. .- -t. l -- three-fourth- - &&&?3c j- - s W4V-'c?- J :dfcS(:83c Envy "a"' ! e, cress-crossin- g I - " v, PEOPLES BANK ONAS McKENZIE SELLS THE KNOWLEDGE SELZ SHOES "ROYAL BLUE" ' F it mi Green Seal Paint will Convince You I Mil JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. For Sale by J. B. NOE, MtVernon, Ky. s MT. VERNON SIGNAL McCorruic Mowers, RaKcs aDd - Od-V. .... , repairs at Fish's. ave "'" in f " i t n u. cent 8 thin or stout or tall, 0 J 1 ;nt 1 Mt.Vernon.Ky. , July 4, 1913 Small or the place to fit them all. Fish's is I . Mt. Veruou Fair will have one Make your arrangements to see Brod-hea- d The premium list df. the 79" wlien , "TrtCall tip "No.Communis WQ to 1 Myouwan Fair will be odt, Heiit week. of the best bands in the State. hnu. '"' cate with SIGNAL Who is it that does not like good The catalogues of the Mt Ver- Get your low shoes at Fish's mm ic? non Fair are now ready. If you and save the difference 25 per Most every well drest young do not receive one" write the cent. man you'll see at the Brodhead Secretary Mt Vernon, who wil Chandler and Miss Chas. Lwill be wearing one take pleasure in mailing you one Picnic Clarice Houk were married last by first mail. of Fish's $15 special suits. Louisville & Nashville R R.Co. week at Maretburg by the Rev. M. B. A. S Walter Wallin and Miss Louise J. J. Noe. TIME TABLE. City were Tucker, of Junction Lost oil Stolen: Along black married last week at the home of M.W. J. Newsom, State Manager 4.59 p m 22 ncrtn B. A. organized, a Local Lodge-o24 uortn 3:53 a m umbrella, with F. L. T. cut on the bride. Mr. Wallin is a brother the order July 1st in Mt. 11:38 am handle, finder please return to F. of Oscar Wallin of this place and t3 south Ky., with a large class of 12:19 am L. Thompson, Mt. Vernon. L'i South well known here local officers The members. Notice: Our annual teachers Tas. Landrum, Agent. Everyone remembers the num- elected are as follows: institute will be held Sept 1 to 5 ber of good horses shown at the V. M. Mullins Pros , S. P. SowPhone No. 8. instead ot July 28th. Factory-Stampe- d Well der V Pips.. Delia Baker Treas., Mt. Vernon Fair last year Filtered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice J. W. KlNCER, wail matter. there will be more this year for Effie Laswell Sea'y,, S- Vf Fields as second-clas- s Supt. the premiums aie bigger and j Chaplain, W. D.' Laswell and At the Mt Vernon Fair this good premums is what it takes Walker Owens Physicians, Lon PERSONAL Never before hus thK town had :i value shoe sale like Conductor, Hansel Richard year vou will see Hurricane, the to get good horseF. this . Hates Shoes the world over are the standard of Henry Watchman, Look Oscar Waltin is numbered with famous trotting ostrich R. C. Cox and his brother-i- u law Carpenter shoe style, quality and durability ami whether you select at his picture on another page 11. C. Mashal have bought the Daily Sentry, R. B. Mullins, L-the .sick. a pair in London or New York, or in any town from BosLjeihurumaiid S. W. fields, Signal. Everett Mullins was in Brod-hea- in this issue ot the barber shop og P.ms Sowder and ton to .Sau Francisco the price (stamped in the shoe at the Ice ; reain and enke Mindav. Regular sen ices at the Baptist will continue in the same old staud TiUatees. factory) has been and is always the same was served at the close of the D. Miller is spending the church. Sunday July 6. preaching Mt. Vernon has had good barbers John everywhere, ii! at 11: a. m., Baptizing at 3: p. m., in the past and those we arc to meeting. 4U1 with homefolks. p. m., public have in the future are second to TUP, KING OF ALL LAXATIVE M: . James Rickels has been preaching at 7:40 cordially' invited. Themes will be none. very sick this week. For constipation, headaches, pertinent discussion scripturalh . Johu D Henderson has returned indigestion and dyspepsia, use W. T. Davis has been very Mrs. Pastor. New' Lite Pills. If you Oxford a buys it now from Lexington where he has Dr. King's sick for several days. Paul Mathnlka, of Buffalo, N. Y. Brod-hea- d We are informed that the been attending a Sunnuar school of says there are the "King of all B. McKenzie If you Mr. and Mrs. S. a $4.00 Oxford buys now Fair premium list is to be Methods conducted by the ly. laxatives. They are a blessing to were in Cincinnati Sunday. If you a Oxford gteatly swelled this year, races will Christian Bible School Assn. and all jny family and I always keep buys Little Austin Sparks Durham again be a part of the programme gave a very interesting report to a bottle ut home." Get a box This Sale includes all our Oxford Stock lias been very sick this week. Price 25c1 If for the last two or three years the Cristian Bible School here last and get well. of the Recommended by Chas. C. Davjs. This is not a sale of odds and omis not a sale of old out- Geo. W. Anderson, only show rings have made up the Sunday. He will lake up this Dudley section is very sick at his programme. shoe, but it is a safe of the season's newest The Town Hoard says that at work over the count. Now-ri- ght styles . in the hottest of summer when you home. its meeting tonight the ordinance The residence of B. C. Mullins FOR SALE. really nppd luw shoes is your chance to save. of Wildie who has Jack Wood charging a lioenae ff.e for hailing near Pine Hill, was destroyed by igi'.i Model, Motor Cycle and passengers between towji and Fair been suffering from typhoid is The Motor Boats at bargain prices, - LOOK fOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH fire last Sundav morning. 1improving. grounds during the exhibition, is supposed to have caught all makes, brand new machines, fire will be repealed; making everyIsaac Catlin the clever young ftom a defective flue. The barn on easy monthly payment plan, thing free for all vehicles so en LivingsRailroad man was up from There was some Get our proposition betore buying also burned. including wheelbarrows. ton yesterday. insurance, but we have not learned or you will regret it, also bargains gaged, dog and dump carts, log and farm Mi?s Sarah Hiatt is visiting how much. i in used Motor Cycles Write us Wagons, hapks and busses, sun evg at Glenco. Miss Mary Furnish Thru Fred Owens nustling an today. Enclose Stamp for reply. charrjotts, sjudgis trucks, Gallatan Csunty. tvuaress l,ock uox n, rrenton jiurik shas, buzz wagons, drays, electric piano and electric fans Mrs. Casper Adams, is here been added to the moving Mich. bicycles; motorcycles, balloons and from Illinois with her parents, Mr. have picture show at Mutt & Jeff all othur mean" oi transportation. GREAT BIBLE SCHOOL and Mrs. S. H. Muriiu. opera house. This installation is Sunday morning at on the The license fee had been placed at Mrs. Wm. Poynter has been There Court House lawn. quite an improvement. Come one, $1. per day for all vehicles except visiting her daughter Mrs. R E. is a nice breeze fiovjng from All come all and be one of the 300. automobiles which was to be taxed I Thompson, at Crab Orchard. the fans throughout the time c Mo serveice Friday evening. Sat- $7. per da'. The Board says the Save Save Miss Frances Forbes left ye- - showing, making it comfortable urday eveir.g jpfmpi "The House ordinance was passed in the inter- I 1R VV...U Z Mich., tol and pleasant to the patrons torHnv fnr Detroit. r? L'tMlt of Seven Gables," Sunday morn- est of of jiorse dravn vehic'Jeij but spend her vacrtion with her The TGwn Board will be askt to ing "The Church, our obligation the owners thereof had soventeen parents. in reftaqie .the Cfa$$ streets of the to privilege it," Sunday evening varieties of jimmiuy fits and raised Miss Cleo Dixon, of Loudon, "What do you think ot the man fom kinds of a hullaballoo about it town. Begijnuijijig op East side who is visiting her cousin. Msss so they say the board will just lay PANAMA-PACIFI- C INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915 ,s First, Christ, whose son is he?". been and designating them Bethuruin,- - has Syhle down the bars and make it an open Second, and Third etc., in. jthaj. T)B Rockcastle: Work has quite, til. portion ot the town lying south of been resumed pji the foundation free field to all and may old nick Misses Mollie Melton, oi Eyden the railroad, that side of irack tickle the heels of the hindmost. of the proposed new litei, oif tjie visiting the family of Dr. G. opposite depot. us Other streets site of tjjje old Miller house, Foh Salk: I jo Bushels of corn B. Lawrence at Brookland near should also have official! formerly $eweomb Hotel at corner Crib run in shuck 3 00 per barrel, Level Green. v Main, .aftd third streets. Picked in shuck 65 cts per bushel prominent C. E. McClellan, selected for the npp: or pJGked and shucked 73 cts. There are plenty of fellows Thd name be young business man of Bult5- hostelry will ''The Rockcastle" per bushel Call on P. D. Ramville, was the guest of Dr. Con- - (who could teach abetter school J than those who teach, preach a Contractor J, W. Rider says is i)jq sey or A. Wt Adnms, Mt. Vornon. over during the week. than those who mopf, appropriate of all the many Juno 27 ,t. ilrs. J. W. Redd, of Vanatetvne PTiQach, pun 3. peiter onsiness suggested uames from thp fact REWARD. Tex. and Mrs. Harriett Pratt, of that most all the material to visiting Mrs. and publish a fetter ?per than be used in its construction will be We hereby offer a reward of $300 Guywa. Okla., are yres, those svlw do tjheir best. for tho arrost. of Harrison Holt Chas. EeflUurutn, near town. the woods are ftfll oi henij jbut procured in the county, asl'ai' na who hilled U W. Bowman on Miss ElbeS yaker returned to they neither teach, preach, run a possible; such aR lumber, building Monday June 16, 19I3 and his London, after in 2ier home, business nor publish a better .stone, sand stone etc; all the delivery to the Jailer of Laurel spending two wfietss a'ith Mr. paper. WQrfc to he done by native W. H. Bowman, and Mis. E. S. Albright, carpenters, county. niftsoufe, hrickJayers, Chaki.ie Bowman, Peyton Reynolds and his friend j Notice: The County Board of rooferfi, paiuteis, paper hangers, I'lift State has also qfjoip.d a re- fcyv?"ilaf?a-"5?c1 S Education will meet Saturdaj' and laborers. ""iwi" iTS t !.'"III rlViiSI M.ut3T Rowland were here from 2y 3L ward oi $200. U) receive bids for the June . ., iv,A'P fjrfiyw. iCorfous. Saturday and Sunday with July lUln, building will be 46 by 90 The ""r .rf.r.JKrn(HSw'eS?S5-r-f3lM" '".'mVVH building of s &eJiop house in feet, three stories, including Mr. and ifrs. E. R". Gentr3 For Salk: Ono 20 K P. following smjdjstrjcjij basement. The plans show that L. P. Thoatpson, Sec. Laurel each of the hoiler and engine, ?aw mill and, 'H Oxinty Fair and Republican Can- numbered: 43, 62 and 63. Speci- it wiU be rul!.c commodious and was fications for buildings may be will be the most conveniently ar grist null and shingle mill, line ? fi didate for Representative, . - rnrm " . jmiA.w ' H"- - ' t WJTM shaft, bpltu'.Sj. nnljeys, in Uc r ASJi3'V w wf 'jrr here from London on business seen at the Superintendents ranged hotel property in this end i. ...t.wwwwM.,v',yg frSVVXZXtZiiSiiSASiXL't' aj . Tm... .. ...".-- . V " &3 . . ."". Wfdnosdav. V office. The board reserves the of the State or anywhere in the everr thing theronnto belonging wi't-iciaisa2i- ; Copyright. 1313. by ranama-Paclt3- c International Exposition, Will soil or trade to stock. was in Louisvi'-lC D. Sutton right to reject any and all bids. whole state for that matter. A will be Building, an of the fine tsie of California Mlssioa Monday and Tuesday buying a THE California Counties The building example upon tha harbor front at the extremity architecture, whichCommon- R. L. MoFeruon J. W. KinceR, Chm. description in detail will be given of the Avenue of will He at Harbor View. car of fine pressed brick for the j wealths and nearest to the Palace of Agriculture. J. 3tf. Caig, Sec. in next issue. Mt. Vornon, Ky front of the new bu'riding now Mav 30-- Tf j,i ainder construction for Sutton. & 555C Fred Owens our electrift genius. McBee ! KM H wmaemxzmSMMMMMiB.;) wived up the Court House lawn if"1 and metalled lights to be used WUAh during the open air, union service held nightly by Rev s George Auut Hatreti Proctor says this Tinsley and George Watson is the hottest weather we have had Fred can do about as much as since the year of 67. any of them when it comes to Wanted: Ten or more car handling and repairing autoloads of sassafrass roots delivered mobiles, gasoline and other enafter Sept. 1st, 1913 at Brodhead gines and machinery and in the For particulars write, Kv. electrical line he is 3. whole tean Knobs Essential Oil Co., and a half. July-i-4t- . Brodhead, Ky. Eev. Geo. Tinslev, Pastor of At the request of State Tax the Christian Church and Rev. Commission, L. W. Bethurui, Geo. Watson, Paster of the PresCounty Judge, has appointed as byterian. Church began Open Air a committee for this county, W. meeting on the Court House lawn have neither spared time nor money in making ?every J. Sparks, J. W. Brown, C C last Sunday and will continue unWilliams, E. S. Albright and W. til Sunday July i3. These meet, neqessary preparation for the biggest and best exhibition 11 I!1MLIJBJI.UIIJLILJS,.'.'.IJ eB. Whitehead to assist the Tas , . '. . .- "J.L ings are for the goojd ot the comCommission in revising the reve- munity and thus fap bq,ve been of the State has ever been given in this catalog nue laws of this Commonwealth. well attended with splendid interclaims est. Special music ech evening. Any persons having has been fattened and is now ready for distribution Ostrich against the estate of the late Everybody invi ted to enjoy these and Business Mason M. Brown, will present seasons of refreshing. it a home coming week and let us show you this is o same to the undersigned executor men are closing thetr stores at P. M., except Saturday, that Any at once properly proven. real Kentucky Fair Sensational Aerial Cyclist one owing the estate will please they may attend. Childrens Bible arrange settlement of same at Drill and Story Telling each afterPres S C Are Special Attractions for the Mt. Vernon Fair J M. Craig, noon five o'clock at the Christian once. Watch each week's announcements until Eair. Executor. Church, July4-3t- . - Fine full blooded FoK 3AU": jjbvolu the wrfild'h greater Eligible to bitjyclist, Will be seen at the Mt. i Jersey cow and heifer. register. $hce 60 00. Vernon Fair, in one of tile most 5 I W. L. Richards. daring feats ever pet formed. vn'-.- 1 e?S I T n.t- - . ."rE & N, "'ST- - - t . . Z- -2 ftMVMM M m rrir-- lr NOW YOU CAN BUY - to-da- y BATES OXFORDS f Vor-Vem- on jO FOR MEN PER CENT OFF The Regular ! - Prices for Cash d -- THE SALE IS NOW ON want $450 want want $350 $3,38 $300 $263 it it now n 5 Around th Busy Corner '; seon S-- Mill - jKTW. y if-fstr .- . -- e THE BIG FAR AT MT. VERNON AUG. 6, 7, 8, 1913 part We ' 1 that The Famous Trotting HURRICANE DEVOLO The 7:-3- that Make a The CHAS DAVIS E ALBRIGHT Sec'y prmi.....-,;,-...T..ri- r lfWiWMr ,r" It might prove of interest to now from the Brodhead Fair. . .., tiionr tnltirT tt'lin t. fivtif. 6v. - ri2i- y. nihil li t. rf r'fmitsl '.tOfrk' IKIS 111- "jr i..i"ui ,. wu,Uu...u r ne one re , J..f , a FaU. iu Clvased itself to about $1000. and is tlK,narare cf Dr. tree's i avanic i'rp6cr.piion-That tj lb hl of havi ru. on ... -uii-f- mn.cn whMi contains no alcohol ana 1.J every R(V.lrr3dp f -- j If, vwii'R noo little effort has been made to Sell j uic tell-niRrccicni its medicinal forest roots H- - P.Bi-ianj oa-.-e of the best mcaicat authorities endorse thes , wben Fairs In the mountain it, if SO it might have been two Or per. Prominent physicians the LTV DCSl KJIO wn remedies for ailments and weaknesses counties wore almost unheard of, three times the amount, the peculiar to women. landfutber to know the names of nal stockholder has received his Tuts is what, SIiis. Ciacinrr E. Coffey, of LongstroM. T- T- s.i "I fc it mv duty to write and tell you vhi.x. some of those who were the pro-- money back in dividends several agMgrfjfcnni irwwrra Twgrrr...-,m.- I r., liiciitiw- - -- TirT.i FOR .- WOMjE1$ e - oNiL. 1 Program for Children-- ; day to he held at Union Riclgs school ..atu-.cnain- i. --- o,.. ouhr, hous?, July, , i9n. j o-ii- - --- - ht-ill-P 1 1 mjM stmilr.!ii!$i!'eFjc,f2nJRrfut head, the immensH that tended, the desire for a liome W oBM tu'g"tgaicT.ucfloaKli3Qscr always attended, and the greaticour.ngfortho.se who happened ' in r 'ic.ilt'..." i si.il Mbs. Coprr.Y. those who away, and Signature edition, answers host? desire of the people to come to to be Seen Girls. :;e'.' l Adviser iievly Lv. I'ircc's. kn w Brodhead, led the people to believe like- to meet their friends all has The influence ot a Mothers Praver ii, .:;'.!.. . . isarricd ouiht to J Wi 'juc "i-- ' f that a Fair could be made a sue- irone to make up the unbounded I'ltndette Owens rcss and lb'r.Ccr.taias iiekitrr ssssjEssBsssssEEHSssisssEaeia EtSS'sajcsi'i'Eairs Oprix..! Icrplus; norocrai cess. This idea was most forcia succeeds the fair has been. Ti.ej Song, Union Choir KctNarcgtic. bus served as lollowing men blv impressed 011 the mindsof R. little rose 'nil;!:; ricifo'ia-siiaLruiai- i H. Hatnin. A. E Albright and A. Suc'y and the alone know what it FonrChil.bt n g .. . .. . B& rsiK .. ,1.. n jtp2j Sic- J- 1 J. i;argard, com. .u charge ol a means 10 put on ji iau Air namm ?ddivs.-- . 'p L La. nionir ink- 1th iftWi. wbf-- aft.-- r served the fair two years "J. V ....... . Mrs. Marion Marshbanks I making preparations for a great Tate two years. I. Tims. Cherry Dmuer JlitaitRJ:. ji& r I Vn r i Picnic the ram decended in toi- - taree jears. A L. Albright two. Address Rev. Dc.ke rents most the entire day. This as j.Toun Robins two, A. M. Hiatt Our Flags Here are several reasons why I trade h'lve Boys Am 1 Apjrfc'i RemKiy for Consflpa- m a matter of fact destroyed the days one. 1f f The want of good men t ; 10.! , oOta ai3MacH.uuiu:u" Store: C. It is generally decided however prospects, ai d the committee was Vrfru.C,opvahioi!S.reverislr Arthur Dodd very blue Irom the fact that the best fair man in Brod-the- y feeling nejcrulLossorSLELP. Providence i.:ioir Sorg KrX'AlTSlv- - Onnliiy considered, his price, can't had a nice little sum of head is B A. Yadon, who TacSEik S'fjiararc cf True Biulilets Twelve Children "i '.J".r be le:lten. lied up in refreshments to ways had charge of the grounds A Casper Hayes Father hve and watched the interest of the be sold on th.it, day BECAUSE There are no delays; customers The fountain of life T;iE Centabu Compaq, standing the 1th was 011 Satur-- ' 'air 111 geneial. I J li U u I V NEW YORK. prompt attention.. receive Seven Gr's nay it was announced by thel There has never been an acci I" r$T$l Song Choir BECAUSE -- Things wo get at Clias. 0. Davis' management to those who had (lent on the ground that resulted t'Pi.,. r;m Tjr... SSTj I rnC-t?2rivtI Hsl-"Tf!fStore are all right. ?' come 10 attend notwithstanding! in dalh' on! Lu' or diree small r.J O uEratttscd Footi Eleven Boys BECAUSE Things that go wrong bought at the rain that the Picnic would be ''.Junes, has never been anv 1 iJa. 3mlcirly or conduct The news of Jesus birth " Chink's" place will be made right. held on Monday and the report! hts Exact Ccpy of Wrapper. Eleven Girls NEW TOR CSTT. TMC CCNTAUR CCUMNV, spread, to the surprise of the Worthy of mention. attendance The poor man's dollar is worth just BECAUSE Brodhead Choir ffi&SBaaEBgSSSEaSKggH Song management even, at an eaily ana interest continue to grow as much at Charley's place as the rich man's. Our youth Julia Dodd hour they found the small grounds from the first fair until now. It Lessons Irom a penny BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store : which was located m the part now wps estimated that last year there Eight Children every deal is strictly confidential. used as a grove (ull and no toom were at least Sooo people in atminnimHiininii! wnuiiminnifuimuiu welcome, Come, everybody at all to spare, as stated before it tendance. This year bids fair to BECAUSE Chas. C. Davis is never grouchy if hring full baskets and lets have was thoughts if the people were be a still better than ever belore, you don't buy. YERSDN CASKET CD. a good day together. that anxious to come to a Picnic a the premium list is to be doubled ND Phone 29, Try Him. FOR CUTS BURNS-AFair surely could be made a suc- - and in many instances thribled. it PRACTICAL W decided that for the e o -- " dh BRUISES. , cess, conseouentlv a meeting was has been UNDERTAKERS called for the I3W1, of July to dis-- ' Sake of a cha,1e some Bocd races In every home there houHl be KOCKCASTLE COUNTY'S TRIP TO FUNERAL DIRECTORS, a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, cuss the prospects for having a will be had this season. S The oflicsrS believes in chang- - ready to apply in evorv case ol AND Fair the same year. -. 23 June mg the programme every tew burns, cuts, wounds or scaldK3I1JAL3IKI Z. F. Francisco was cahed to . J. H. Polanco, Delvnl'u, Tex., years therefore every thiug will be Mt. Vernon, Ky. at the meeting as temp. PERSONALLY CONDUCTED BY HOME PEOPLE No. 2. writes: "Bucklen Arnica A ,.... nt Chairman and the following offi-- 1 different this season new dlllilCt," o..l.. SV1ETALIC The hotel and Cave has been reserved for this Excursion, and cers and directors was then and ions something the people will f onp be,ipv0(1 it cou1(t be ,,, No The best lair in want to see m... .... ..i... u.. .nihc. s this date. tiMA Arr-.,. "17 by special arrangement no other parly will be booked for T7 "Di4-lcure" iuc kiiii years will be this year and t Rocommended b3 boys or girls under 10 years of age in care of parents or Pres., J. V. Tate V. Proa., R. H. dates are Aug. i3, 14 and the0nl All Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of l.i, C: DavJs- OUaperones will be every body remember the da;e, ZZ. work for the company. Hamm Sec'y. and A. E. Albright Atlv and come ,T. Haggard, Treasure, A. J. M. srOrdc-- s by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points Roberts and F. Francisco directRID YOUR CHILDREN OF Two big days sight seeing from start to finish. ors, the date of the first fair was WORMS. Aianager sr ta.t V.tf. THi MVU party wili leave Ml. Vernon, 3:53 a. m.. June 23 going on set for the last two days in Sept., The 111- Yon can change fretful. I' OlUce. Mt. Vernon M.mumental Building PHONE ll'J 3 yhl ST A regular morning train from a!l stations. and first day of October and work tempred cludlreu into health. out is promptly relieved happy youngsters. Oy ridding in earnest began. w BOARD AT CAVE HOTEL Tossing, rolling W4 3 by the medical nourishment in R 7iiiuuiiiiumuiimiiiammiiuiiimiiiiiiiummiiuiiiiiimu R. PARE ROUND TRIP R. m The land which is the Fair them of worms. grinding of teeth, crying out ' jra vjiCfrijc&pK Meals" or Lodging. Scott's Emulsion woidiR grounds proper today was conFrom all stations. . while asleep, accompanied with r, S faul nstee s 13 not a .' ?'4-350c tracted from J. II. Albright the intense Adults Adults pains in the thirst. greatest nerve -- builder, witbontg i ii 250 amount paid was to bo yi00, same stomach and bowels, feverishness Owi 13 Hi $20 Children Children -I V alcobol or opiate. to be paid out of the earnings of L,id bad breath, are symptoms J J, I 1Scott & Iknvne. lilootnfield. M. J. the first fair. Also all the con- - that indicate worms. Kickapoo 1 '.Tr Limit on tickets 10 days. 1? a pleasant candy tracts for work buildings etc. were Worm jj lozenge, expells the worms, regu J.C-MeCLARto be paid after the fair, this wa One route in the Cave $2.00 or two routes for $3.00 Y lates the bowels, restores your A.' i necessary for the amount of capi- children to health and happiness. nil nrQ T Boys or Girls under 10 years passed free in the Cave. (Q QiiU CMOAI lACD onP Harness, Saddles and Wae'on LIYI UttLIYI Lll tal stock at this time was $41, Mis. J. A. Brisbin, of Elgin, UllULIII HuLlI by all County officials, as well as paid in by R H. Hamm, E E. 111., says: I have used Kickapoo - nil IrlriHc? i?T This trip has been approved Jn J? KJrHc TRlirtl'-f- c iawu;wu iviiivto l jr ijuwito; uutllof "A tirlof City and County Schools, which makes it an Protheroe, A. E. Albright and J.J. Worm Killer for years, and enh- Superinteudents 4 of Horse Goods Sold and repaired. Brown $10. each And Thos. Baker tirely rid my children of worms -opportune time to see the Cave now. Guarai I would not be without." Write or phone L. & N. Agent for particulars. $1;00. It might be noted here that teed. All druggists, or by mail. '4- S success was the least bit doubtful Price 25c Kickapoo Indian in as much as the capital stock Medicine Co., Philadelphia and Old lain Street hack of Court House. was subscribed for very slow until St. Louis. alter the first fair, except those PUBLIC SALE. Ky. who worked out their shares As executor of the estate of ycydfrxiVrec which however were many, as Mason M Brown I will on Satursome furnished lumber post, a.T'.s K3S nRn-- -- aRasffiK day, July I9, 10 13 at the late l7SSS2g rsjav,i-Mrteams anything that could be (5i residence of the deceased, about FOUND, the place to huv Spectacles ? ) W) W$ (Im W) "ui ftnZl.y i&teUZ n sc'if used and accepted stock in re one mile north of Level Green, on and Eycglasse for $1.50'ati(l up. Gold. turn. Thv2 wrk advanced nicely the Crab Orchard and Line Creek Silver and Aluminum Frames. LarKycrf tested contract tor buildpig the fence Road, offer for sale to the highest gest selection in town. Free. Years of experience. was awarded F. Francisco for and best bidder the following real C. There are times in every woman's life when she which he was to receive 185. estate and personal property: JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. needs a tonic to help her over tiie hard places. which would not make a beginn 1 COX CSOS. 3TOCC farm of about 11") acres, with "When that time comes to you, you know what tonic ing today, he furnished 12732 ft. to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is comroom cottage on it, all necessary 5 of one inch boards 4500 ft. posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act good out buildings, including gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, runners 26O, post iu his contract barn and buggy house. Plenty 8VEt. and helps 6ttild them back to strength and health. A and the fence is standing and be of timber to run larm. Good g It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, con- ing used tqday aid is in fair s a check on your payments. When ic comes back orchard, well watered and a ailing women in its past half century of wonderful &VERNON, KY, JIT. ditition. success, and it will do the same for you, splendjd home for any man lookto you it is an indisputable receipt for your money A. J. Haggard was seleGfed as ing for a Iqcation and situated in Fron tRooms over49--Baker's Store (, You can't make a mistake in taking .$ Phone Payment by check is a check on spending, too. You foreman of the traplowork, and he one qf tlje best neighborhoods in was allowed to pay 75 peips for the cqunty. think twice before drawing a check. And the second labor 1 50 for man and team, and "Persqnal property consists, 2 thought often results iu your not drawing it at all it is needless to say he proved Fl W. hogs, 4 sheep, 1 buggy, 3 shares Open an account and you'll save in fcpite of yourself. himself as an efficient civil engi iu Farmers Telephone Line, r neer as he does a Judge today for telephone, farming tools, growing XEXC" .51 .J- the track is as near perfect as crops, household and kitchen Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D, No. 4, Alma, Ark,, m Vcrnn K says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, at any small fair. J. M furniture. found MT. BANK for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was Roberts, W. A. Tyree and B A. Lite resilience Terms: All personal property Home ami office in tlio so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, Yadon were the Com. to have the will be sold for cash in hand; , Myovs formerly occupied on .Old spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and hnildinsrs erected and they were W. L. RICHARDS, President, as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." the farm will sell for li cash Main St..gMt. Vernon. A. B. FURNISH, Cashier. lJow& to pay $1. per day for down, balance in equal payments Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. buildings are $ The bearing of one and two years, EtMroraBaxuHraagiSMEtt crpetfers. (?pndilipn with some legal rate of interest, with lein 161 yefc in fa-ifrff.m time to time improvements fl) (D D retained on land lor purchase D Wi J. W. Tate furnished the )ost of monfiv. lift the lumber for the buildings. Anyone1 desiring to look over R. H. Hamm was the Secretary land will fre shown over the tarm DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE "WE and he .tells us he spent most the at any time, by the undersign' I Over U. G. Baker's Store. Our line of Couch Caskets on his job, and re entire summer executor. Work a 1 . is unexcelled ceived for his sevicej; $25. which "Sale .begins promptly at J Crown an d Bridge v A.U work guaranteed. Hand-mad- e was the salary of the Sec'y for oclQck. Coffinsfurnished And don't ': several years. J. M. Craig, . C. Hearse sent to all parts of ' ESectf'tor. have to grease It would be needless to say the ATTORNHY-AT-LAthe County enterprise proved a big success H. C. Jones but once a MT, VERNON. KY. Auctioneer. all expenses were paid the first All orders by Wire Promptly Filled week. P. S- .- Mrs. . Brown, widow of t?ni?FTCE.. - On 2nd. floor c year and a small dividend dealso sell at the The Bank ol"Mt. Vernon, on Chun clared, since that time the Bred- - the deceased, will JwUiead fair has been considered the same time 2 cows and 1 calf; 1 street. Special attention giver , Made in Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. Phone 94-MT. VERNON-- KY .biggest event of the county and it hog, 1 cook stove, and washing to collections.! Phone No. 80. is often said every thing dates machine. 3: us i- - was a great, s.im-r.-mr mwlicii.ps h:io dono for nw. a trouble peculiar to women, but I am from ' !?nH-V- l to y aru.rta!ci..Rfur bottle of your Favorite iiiaiun-auiu- i "' " IV. I :.::i 1ft ivilicrea wiir ' ... t I firet . ?e:'i nma.iu nv tnr.ie iC . .lirv, ...Jt....... ,: "When T, ..,.!..!. vroto '. "J otl l.radviLOl only WMi'lii-your uiiMiiiPss. I . ik von i.'rynuii-l.itl: in mi' !' :uiM..'- -' is"' wnai inuo. w urv ef.utt, yui: out forth for good. you ( OO !' i'I w. Iho means of ioine poor '1 i. ,:u,:uii..!i , W 1 1 iwT-fii'- t- ix'lirvm c liri"il1 r U, .... "-'- i t ,, t.; uiuYO!in.a,v..l.oiUv 1"--... Through the entire energy of attributed for the success of the those who have always been iiimhuuou in ii eanv uavs. The success which prior to ready to push the lair, the nos .,l l, ,.,- times. T?..rtl, L wun.i . f Lital.l.tr .... ; - i juiy vjeiooiaiions tiotea at s tsrou-- nl.. nf Krndhnarl x j j mis aiwiys miuwu uhimj wuu .h- rl,t -- ...... Union Choir Openiug address. A. J. Pikf Song Providence Choir Welcome address Luther Dodd Concert reci'ation, Gather an armful ot daises, Four children Soi'g. Freedom Cnoir Recitation, Tiie Savior and the Tonte Laswed Children Song Bn.dhead Cin r Je.-Concert Recitations, om helper. Six Children A Floral Recitation jjsbks ?,? JiaS' J ri t i:ZJfl vaiHi? i .,' tz. .J-- r ..II' A H ATARI 1 li I v ,.& ir ToSDik fg! r . i j ' di j cfi(y Por Infants and Children. jy xti Wt SB 9B tifrTi jL 15 The Kind You Have Always Bought .uw 5r LI" i iio ?? -. S L H cT5l. "i j .- -- - VLCoiiOI, 3 PERCENT AcScrabtelrenaniionBr. ) Eears the A& JW .fe-J:;a- ' - SI R: at Si T feiilra ... 1 . 1. - ' -- -- -, n JA In C Davis' Drug - 1 ' h-..- s j not-with- j Woo For Over Thirtv VpftrQ SUll H V-- I t' V H- und-Trth- v n-- Ufld Ueilri mmmmv' I&l. 1 " -- 2 1 3 3 , MAMMOTH CAVE, i:. ,r.' -i 1 ' -- t .i.. g COUCH CASKETS Coffins and Robes. j PASSED THROUGH THE CAVE FREE ? l S rf WT; h, bLUHUt UVliNS, nerve-quiete- ! 4r3c 5 PiiflP jfyycy: . 3- '"""-"TnT- r, .' 1 iiUJiiuL II, uy UUUJ LIUl (llo'r'c SSglOIIti isggl ' A Buv m U&t ?M - "1 i SHOF SHOP IN CONNRCTTON. pC3auV3GX Stanford, W. T. DAVIS goc$rrirr m f 8 7&' 7 ! J. MOORE Yon Need a Tonic Check on The Vernon Bank R R.eonover Dentist - yccrycy T. r- s, Dentist oiiiiniii The Woman's Tonic -- THE OF YSBNOtt Wfff B' Dentist UHDEBTAKE& EjjipRSv, Has Helped Thousands. J) Gffl UKJILJKJSJ a Williams, W. A. COX, S