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Jftl-r- r Published Every rufay SESC zM ff3avi irniTTTi rrfr-- m f1 "" I na law ,4V .J& KJV fti K VvV, l I sprii mssnanu lira itis ' V AgKl iC f?2 b. ? vv a, ' vsr If r fl' ai&.bl'b &s ,A & . s & .'.4i, .Z& . ?( i hstablished 1887 rnm NUMBER 41 EKEta vy ifLlf FRTDAY, JULY 11. 1913. winmm VOLUME XXVI. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KT, aicemwrr .rmuft raroa acaininn FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK t$m 5s5sKMi!' SST!g51&i&?.'5i -- other parts of the country. The funeral exercises were conducted by Rev. Keel, of Nicholasville. who "was a favorite minister of Mr Mt. Vernon's BIG STORE ife. . P $1, v via r ul '7 He has been a member of the Christian church for over 60 years, a Democrat all his life and life and never missed an elect;on even in his oldest day-- . Sympathy is CKterded to his loved ones. Fish. 25 Pound Bags Granulated U.G rfiryw-f''a--Mcg" aker OT Sugar for $1.25 KSk M CANDIDATES Ww JfMw DRAW FORI POSITIONS ON UALLOi' Tuesday wis the day for tl e drawing of the candidates for po- prions on one primary uanois unci the tollowing is a certified list showing the respective position of of ea h candidate in each of the races. R ii T-f- We are going to CLP" A 1ST PLAIN & FANCY WASH SILKS 50 cent values Special to close in a wlioop 22 c TF THIS MONTH 1 KPU BLIO A N PA KTY UOU.N 1'Y Jl'IMJlS No. 1. C. M I la Hard ' 2. -- Hugh Miller REMNANTS Remnant Calicoes nil uu 4 $1.50 FU.ie Suit Cases .Jllt 20 tu the lot 9tc bvuj Clothes WAllWool "STT iK$2&jn T1r a tb i r UKAT1 COUNTY AT ORNEY To. E R. Gentry " i. E B. Tluiiipsrin 1 1 " 44 3 -- S. D. Lewis Muiliim SllhllllvF No. t . women's SummerThis lot represents f Waists and Skirts .. IB &now white ,1 values m i Sf - cxiu U Cam s&arasi " 1N0. y T. J. N1CELEV " J. S. Lansford T. S. Branamau COUNTY CLERK 1. T J. Niceloy 2. S shirting styles, the yard ouaFit anw mm Vj 4-- ofL . A Ladies Waists 50c Women's Pongee Special price ma F. p.owpian Remnant Waist Goods 15e to 35c values We Could Name You Some Men in This Town r,H0 V have changed their views about " sous J. W. during die special " 9. J. found Uicl.s i Mize vice clothes, since they have ItliOlHIKJJ. feituie of the the moving picture " to. W. H.ke th's "luteal, Sowder Misses LelAfisiuis and how easily and well we could nt Roberts of Rowland, were the rendered by'5. M, Prof. ASSESSORS ot Ky., which P. Rash of Misses Bertha and to the p.oSlam. B. abided Clothes. Crotch Roberts list week 2.M. trude them in Clothcralt H. Burdett Gass has returned home from lrgecrowds were in attendance SURVEYOR has been each night which showed that Romucv 7nd.. where h was great the working tot ,e past few months, addition celebration drawing card. No. Joe Wilson If you are anywhere near at the fair Monroe Siugloton, Mrs. Orval aauipou. " ?vj. T. Mmims ot urud? la t average this store has a Cloth- - ville. Ind., and CleveareWhmott a success. anl well attndoft. CORONER spending Knoxville. Ter.n.. as ijulet as No. i. Catron mother, Mrs Even thing went few das with their could be wished. The Picnics of to Miss rra-fsnit that will fit VOU with M. E. Wi'mott. from MtMyrtle day are not what they were several MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT No. down Bryant jas ears, when it often celebi'ated No. W. M. Hausel last non and spoilt little or no alteration, " ?, lx. hi. A., ty dunlfili? of bad whiskey guest of '' week, the ready-lor-serS SUPERINTENDENT OF Vote for T. J. Nicelej for I ountv Court Clerk, candidate for SCHOOLS Republican nomination. A n m Republicanism will refer 3011 the From my grandfather down we have been No. 1. W. A. B Davis to mv past affiliations. working for Republican principals, and the grand old party in this " 2 Tempes,! Wari county. I am very thankful in deed to the psoplt ot tins county for " 3 Chas Aijdersou paht favors and I have tried hard to conduct the hhoriffs office in a " 4 J. W. Kincer business like and accomodating manner, and if elected as your Clerk JAILERS will give j on true and faithful service. Gentlemen mo.st of yon know No. 1. Harry Jones. It is my " 2 James Winstead me, I need not .no thru with a great string of self praise. disposition to be courteous and accomodating to all, and overv day " 0. J. R. Evans ihestune. My motto live and let live, so I kindly .ask you to con" " 4. K. J McKinnev ; I side j" my candidacy and will appicciate your suppoit on August 2. 3. --John Mink " 6. W. J. B.ooJey our friend, i " ?. W. II. Riddle T J TICFLEY. Bay j Worth $1.50 Silk Waists Suqh as white goods Irish Linens figured Batistes and Lawns Special, the yard 7r 2J5 98c mS UC Ql i Women's Black ard Blue Dress Skirts Worth up to $10 Special Remna.nt Percalles 12i v Value- - SS 'a V4 Remnant 12a c Dress Ginghams 85 c Women's white Linen Skirts Here's your opportunity to huy a supph forsuuimer. Conte early as the supply is vvrelc C. I M- - Mabl.-!-h,'- ?,a-- s H ' n- -- M- O B. Mawhor-guest- s Gcr-jt- . Mav&vJHc, y 17o. t. M. V gr.-ad- 3. 1. Wool Dress Goods limited . $1.00 values t 50c yd hiz ..t vaiues, qc ..Jia yu2 j a j values, .50 0-- 7. 25c ydffl Woens j-- Oxfords 01 Ssh--T- e ' '2. ) v (juiUj a Table Oil Cloth A fine line of pattern Special price on made j he,-.! If uaiities H All tUo nonr At i" V1WW ui vvar off tan, white Nubuck Special sensational jirice learners, DiacK, fFT r,-r- ,f r -- Ver- 1. J7cyd AU$3, 3. 50 it $4 Slippers .5. feyT daws AJrs. was I.- - -- nnd. Y. Sfowde-- If you are tall, short stout, or slim, we have special models that are made especially to take care of you. Ordinarily little or no alteration is necessary, but if any are required, we make tliern gladly without charge Clothcraft Clothes are designed, cut and tailored to fit as if made for you. Made also to keep their shape and good looks as long as Mrs. Captola Brqwn of fJirmingliGiii. Ala , , spending a few d?.', s with hei' pit run u, Mr and Mrs. W. A- - Ty rep. Miss Stevens, You can' t go wrong on these tion-pro- of dissatisfac- clothes at all-wool, $10 to $25 with this guarantee of lasting shape, s atisfac- tory wear and service Ask to see and fry on some special Clothcraft values we are now showing at $10, $12 and $15 you wear them rv You'll find in this store the largest and best line of Clothing, Shoes and Dry Goods in this town,. . SUTTON - & Mc BEE THE' CLOTHCRAFT STORE Tjie speech njadc in th Arnold by Mr. Jas. Burnett Jr. " forenoon W. A, Cromer 4. was no doubt one of tle most CONTABLK, DISTRICT No i. Special scholiaiy adarei-oethpiad pi this A'o. t. A. I. Piko MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Ethel Hayes of Livingston, "Was county for many years, there is no MEN'S and BOYS No. 2. guest ol Miss Miranda Tate doubt a great future waiting for the lafit ivrck. Roy Sowder spent this young man in the field of ora- No. 1. S. L. Durham " 2. Chas. Riddle Sunday Jn .1 miction City with his tory, he is only spending his vaca$1.2:5 Values, sj)ecial 5Qc O. H. tion hero with his father near " 8. Lewis MGv,ive J3. Vallen. aunt Mrs. J. Frith was in Louis ilie the latter Ottowa, hflvjnp, led his clrss thjq - 4 j. ti. JL,aro,b,ert part of last we?k- Mrs. .Jennie season in Georgetown Ooliegp iu " 5. J. W. McCollum lirown was here front jLojiis'. ille. all oratorical coilets having won CONSTABLE. DISTRICT No. 2. No. i, B. A. Riddle and spen' ,1 few days last Week soveyal jinxes. ' 2. Sidney Sims with her parents, .Mr. and Mr Of course the Col. Bohbttt is alMr. JL R. ways ready on any occasion wnen MAGKSTERIAL DISTRICT Jack Leece. Mr. No. 3. Wi'mott spent Sunday in Maret-bur- called on, and ind the eindldates J not been so lnrd to find tho they No. i. W.S.Jones with Mr. and Mis. McCall. .1. F. Watsor was in were manv, with the assistance of " 2. Sherman Clyateen Mt. Vernon bgt.veen trains Sun- our good friend Bontly who was ,: 3. Hardin Moore , 1 A Annlin day. Mr. and Mrs. liracjj Durham the man of the hour, wo wnuld have returned to their hooiea have had tiratoiy to spare, but by CONSTABLE, DISTRICT No. 3. Burr, after spending a few tome reasons with few e.M'eptions To. 1. Chas. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. D. B Albright. the candidates preferred to put " 2. Arthur Clark Miss Minnie Duntap left Tues their cases to the voters in the " 3. TipawHU. AG STER1AL DISTRICT day for Louisville where she will simple, personal way, off at one a few week? with friends. No. 4. spend aide where the otljet fellqtf cqtdd. Prof, and Mrs. T, H. LiU.!ns have not hear what had most likely been No. 1. J. J. Drew returned home after spending the told him several times during the " 2. Willis Singleton last two months with relative in day in the same pleading wriy. 11 3. J. L. Arnold BIG BARGAINS IN Caney ville and Indianapolis, Ind , Well, hero's wishing to you all 4. -J- - C. B.ullwk Misses Gertie and Mattie Ander- good luck boys and when it comes COSTARE, DISTRICT No. 4. We are the only car load son of Paris, are spending a few to voting, I guess we will alj m ira No, 1. Palestine Baynett handlers iu the county " 2. Harvey Alcorn. days with relatives. Mrs. Amy or less use tp, secret bahp. Edwards and Mrs. Sarah Tiggof DEMOCRATIC PARTY Cashier and Mrs. A. M. Patt Tip Edwards attended the funeral of Mr. Hiatt's Richmond and Mr. JAILER of Auptin, Okla., are the guests of giandfather, Albert !Pish, who No. t. Thos. Rowe Mr. aud'Mrs. O. W. Turpin and lived at Wildie, Ky., and was Jaid v 2. W. A. Todd. other relatives this week. Willie to rest in the family hurrying DEMOCRATS Dunlap of Canada is here with ground at Scaffold Cane, Tuesday. The following Democratic can frieijds tor a few weeks. hf n. and He was one of the. oldest and didates, have registered but having Mrs. J. T. Cherry, Mrs. J; W. most respectable citizens of; Rockna opposition in the primary were Huichesou and little son James castle county having reached thp required to be in the drawing. Edward motored up from Crab age of 89 in November coming. He not County Judge, W. B. Sowder; Orchard Tuesday afternoon. no doub hag as many or more County Attorney, J. W. Lee; r Walter Turpin, Whim Adams, Mat grandchildren and groat grand County Clerk, 'Jas. Maret; Sheriff. Stevens and W. a-- Robins were children than any other man Hv D. M. Cress; Magistrate's, and down from Perkins, and spent a jpg in RockcaatleOcounty, having District, R. P. Norton; 3rd Disfew days w ith homefolks. Mrs raised a large family of eleven trict, W. G. Mullins; and 5th Effie Owens and little son are here children. Some of his children Districn, Wm. Hurst from Louisville, for a few days, the and many could not guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. attend his fanoral owing to the fact Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs Perry that it would have boen impossible Pollard, of Pulaski county, were to have reached here, having manv FOR FLETCHER'S the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larkin relation in the West, as well as I fighting. Remnants 25c Sheeting in lengths up to 3 yds M II? ipl7U ijutt lr II "ea" iimdesignsons J5ci1 Newest Big 10 to 15c values. Special July price vlliletuer HATS last -- J I III 5c a doz - II d g .. Great Reduction in da-wi- th CLOTHING FURNITURE The only furniture store in Mt . Vernon Good Goods Rioht Prices Stoves and Ranges Carpets, Rugs and Druggets rrzzrz :::? tiiiMttiiitiiiitttiiii!!!!;!'!;5 A. a . Mt. grand-childre- n Vernon ILK BAKER Mt. Vernon Children Cry CASTOR A the scene of extensive develop- mouths; indicating their thoughts IgBuy Fish's $15 Special Suits aud ADDITIONAL LOCALS. ment and statistics ate preseuted to be "well send your trade elsesave that $5 you you would have '' If Born to th wife of Geo. Oweus to pay for a suit not so good eke to show the progress that is being where and see if we care FriuAY, Ju ly ii, 1913 made. It is shown that according thev are malcing any effort to re- on the 8th a fine boy. Mother aud where to the census of iglo there are tain or regain any lost trade it babe doing well. C. R. Slauehter, the produce Published every Friday by white illiterates in the doesn't appear on the surface. Money to Loan: $lfno to man, will open a meet market in 33i43 EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. seventeeu counties, Prot. Ash 1qi3 loan at 8 per cent on good real I. T Proctors building on West Brodhead, Ky., July worth concedes that this is a bad estate. Call at this office. Mr. Slaughter is an exMain Signal: $I.OO showing, but it means the "ap- Editor UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR We celebrated In this issue of the Signal ap- perienced man. the glorious proximately one person out of yesterdaj, a perfect pears the announcement of P. M. Fourth here Theopeu air meetings conducted Advertising rates made known on every ten is illiterate," which is day! and I am now anchored at Rash, the one legged man, who is by Revs. Tinsley and Watsou, will very different Irom the frequently application the Francisco Hotel with a table aspiring to the office of Assessor close Sunday night. Much inter repeated assertion that "lew creaking and groaning under the subject to the Republican primary est is raamlested. Large crowtLs mountaineers can read and write " MEMBER OF weight of nutrient viands placed August 2, i9i3 are attending and there have been .KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION His article continues: upjn it. The writer was the after Although no other democrat several convMts. "Many who write and speak ot s&ZSg dinner speaker. He commenced registered in this section base their assertions the race for County For Sale: no Bushels of corn at the battle of Lexington, Mass., Clerk, Mr. Maret desires to receive Crib run in shuck 3 00 per barrel, on old, antiquated jokes and April lg, 1773, and continued as large a vote as possible and we picked in shuck 65 cts per bushel stories told by our fathers vears eight years till the surrender of believe his friends will see to it or picked and shucked 75 cts. ago, and upon works of fiction Cornwallis at York town, October that he gets a rousing vote in the per bushel. 'Call on P. D. ttain-se- y which refer to conditions long lg, 1781, the real close of the Rev primary. or A. W. Ad?ms, Mt. Vernon. since past. Much stress is laid olutionary War, although the deANNOUNCEMENTS. upon Fox's novels in their characMr. James Maret, of Alt. Ver- June '27. 3L finite treaty of peace was not terization of this section aud made till Sept. 30, 1783. The non, one of the livest wires in THE BEST MEDICINE IN DEMOCRATIC TICKET. No account is taken of JAMES MAEKT, Mt. Vernon. Ky.. Is a canpeople of Rockcastle never before the mountains, is a Democratic THE WORLD. didate tor nomination !or Countv Court Clerk at the fact that the time ofthe Little the Uexnocratic Primary, August 2. 1013. beam suc-- an mexiiausiaoie res-o- i candidate for County Court Clerk "My little girl had dysentery Shepherd of Kingdom Come' dates We Are Authorized to Announce voir of dates, and such freez- ot Rockcastle, at August primary. very bad. I thought she would W. A. TODD bacKtoand before the Civil War, ing Valley Forge and Morris The people will surely be making As a candidate lor Jailer ot Itockcastle subject to at die. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera the action of the Domocratlc liiirty,. Aueutt lri- - and that the Trail ol the LoneKy. u&ry. it) 13. Foot oiilce : l.evclGi-ontown, and crossing of the Frozen a mistake if they fail to nominate aud direa Remedy cured her. and some Pine carries us back twenty-fiv- e SHERIFF I truthlully say that 1 think it is Interior Journal. to eat and him. We Are Authorizod to Announoe years. What can be more un- Deloware. Abundance the best medicine iu the world", D. M. CRESS. JR. cold, harmless drinks, and not a Miller & Beazley have establish- writes Mrs. William Orvis. Clare As a candidate tor SUentt of Itockciatle subject to scientific than the acceptance of the action of the Democratic party. Ausrust Prifuss, no pistol and not an oath, ed headquarters and are camping Mich. For sale by Clus. C. mary. 1913. highly colored descriptions of perWo are Authorized to announce not even one as Washington a' Mt. Vernon Fair Grounds, and Davis. sons and events of more than a REPRES ENT ATI VE swore at Monmouth. What a have already a fine We Are Authorized to Announce string of horses Hydrated line from Kentucky quarter of a century ago as appli- - good, NAT R. SEWEL.L. true, orderly people, 500 for Ropre.entative lrom the 70th cable to the present? There has assembled together for 10 or 12 there under their charge which are Portland Cement and Coal Co's. As a candidate receiving excellent training .tor plant at Pine Hill, is being used Laurel and Rockcastle, subject to the Democratic been a persistent refusal to recogprimary. Auukt2. 1013. hours and vet it was remarkable their exhibition at our coming fairs in the erection of the Sutton & nize the prodigious strides made not an oath. All acted as though Among the good ones is M. KEPU1JL1CAN TICKET Don, McBee brick building. It is provin industrial, and consequently in in the presence of Washington Rex Helton at.d COUNTY ATTORNEY. others This firm ing to be a first-clasother, lines of developement durarticle, giving We Are Autnorized to Announce himself. This is the place for is doiujrsome splendid E B. THOMPSON work in the entire satisfaction. twenty-fiv- e ing the last or thirty Our local Attorney RockcaBtleAs a candidate lor County Republicanotparty. the people of Kockcastle, Lincoln training and management of Aur- vears, and subject to the action ol tue stock. kiln here has moie orders thau it the blind assertion is ut Primary. 1013 R GENTRY Garrard and Boyle to attend the . made that 'They live just as they Special: One of the special has been able to fill. Aa a candidate for County Attorney of Rockcastle Fair August 13, 14 and I5. On ubjecttothe action ofthe Republican party. Au- did a hundred years ago.' An exthe first day oi which Fontaine premiums at the Mt. Vernon fair, gust Primary, 1013. CAUSES OF STOMACH ample of this was seen at the Fox Bobbitt, at 1 o'clock, will ad will be $5. in gold for Everybody's SHERIFF. TROUBLE missionary exposition in BaltiWe Are Authorized to Announce dress the people on farming and prettiest baby. This will be ring CAM MULLINS more, where the Little Shepherd of As a candidate for Sherilfot aockcastle subject to This by special No. ii2?4 and be called just beiore Sedentary habits, lack of out the action of the;Republican party. Auuust pri- Kingdom Come was advertised as stock raising. masticamary. 1013. All the farmers of noon on the last day of the fair. door exercise, insufficient request. We Ate Authorized to Announce one of the most popular mission T. S. BRANNAMON Kentucky should hear this speech This is a special premium by Mr. tion of food, constipation, a subject to worry and anxiety, Asa candidate for Shontt of RockcastleAugust Pri- ary books of the day. The Fair 13, 14 and 15 of August T. J. Pennington the Livingston torpid liver, the action of the Republican party. mary, 1013. The extent to whrch one may of food and Brodhead where I am stopping merchant and was received too evereating partaking Wc Are Authorized to Announco be misled by this judging of the your age and FRANK BAKER run by the noble, and generous late to be placed in the catalogue. drink not suited to As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to preseut by the school system of occupation. Correct your habits i the action ot the Republican party. August Fullen Francisco and fascinating This includes boy or girl babies Primary. 1913. Tricrt rrvimiiT ti r ' daughter, most elegant place to under 3 years of age. Don't and take Chamberlain's Tablets; We Are Authorized to Announce ago with the system of today JONES HARRY the Baby and you will soon be well again. stop. The heaviest table, the overlook ring il2f, to As a candidate for Jailer ol Rockcastle subjectPn- - Then there were about thirty For sale by all dealers. t the action ot tho Repdblican party. August lightest bill, all kinds of the finest shiw at the Mt. Vernon Fair. aary. 11113. schools in the county aud about The following circular is being Wc Am Authorized to Announce vegetables, well cooked, and culi- JIM MARET AfTER OFFICE. JAMES WINSTEAD the same number of teachers. mailed to commercial bodies and subject to nary .department presided over Jailer of As a candidate lorRepublican RockcastleAuirust Priparty, James Maret, of Mt. Vernon, individuals along the pre poed The schools were taught in rough the action ol the mary, 1013. by a real jewel, although mis- former editor of the Mt. Vernon Boone Way route, also to others in We Are Authorized to Announce log buildings, and the total school named Maud. If I had to be Signal, and nowa J. C. MIZE leading tele- our state and that of Tennessee, Now, according As a candidate lor Jailer of Rockcastle subject to fund was $7,000. ejected from Crab Orchard, I phone operator of the action ol the Republican party. August Prithat section, Virginia and North Carolina. mary. 1013. report, to the superintendent's should come to Brodhead. aud if We Are Authorized to Announce an announced candidate for the seventy-seve- n schoools, there are M. C. SOWDER "In all undertakings, big or lit driven from there I would fly to Democratic to As a candidate lor Jailer ot Rockcastle subjectPri- employing 161 nomination for tle, that are of iny consequence, ' teachers. The r Mt Vernon. Mr. Republican party. Ausuot the actlou of the Editor, insert County Clerk or Rockcastle Co. mary, 1013. buildiugs are modern, several of We Are Authorized to Announco it requires more or less financing. these few lines and let all come to Jim Maret is one of BILI.IE BAKER n the to them having cost from $2o ooo to "In view of the prospective As a candidate for Jniler of Rockcastle subject the Fair and hear something of the action of the Republican party. August $35,000 each. Democrats and party great benefits tint the Natioual For the year endPrimary. 1913. farming and stock raising. workers in his locality, and highway (Booue Wa, from Cum ing September, i9ii. the total sum COUNTY COURT CLERK FoNa'AlNK FOX BOBBITT. t ill . We are authorized to announce aitnougn ixocKcastie county is berland Gap to Ciab spent on schools in the county was S. F. BOWMAN -. as County Court fnr normally heavily Republican, his when built, would confer, not onlv Similar advances Bromo, Ky., Ju y 8, 1913 Cleric ot Rockciatle county, subject to the action $116,649,91. -- . ofthe Republican party, aubmi p"""" friends sav Jim Marets popular- upon the people along its route and . have been made along other lines " Editor Signal: We are authorized to announce HUBERT BARNES ity will pull him through. He adjoining counties, but to large In summing up. Prof. Ashworth Dear Sir: Again I ask for a as County Court As a candidate for or Rockcastle county, subject to the action says that the mountain Clerk: people little space in your paper and the intends to make an active canvass portions of Kentucky, Tennessee, ofthe Republican party. Aumist primary 1013. We are Authorized to Annouuce crowning virtues patience of its readers on the and personal campaign. Louis- Virginia and North Carolina, and have "neither T. J NICELEY ville Times. As a candidate lor County Court Clerk of RofkcaB-tl- e nor peculiar vices which strikingly subject of Good Roads. parts of otter states, this Club county subject tc Uie action of the Republican It is now irimsry. August 2. 1013. them from other rural getting about hot enough and late differentiate Mr. A. T. Fish of Wildie, one deems it not out of place to request Americans." It is his purpo e, enough in the season for road SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. your club, as well as individuals, to We Are Authorized to Announce he asserts, "to correct wrong im- working. As the good road advo- of the oldest and most successful contribute sometLing to the Boone MISS TEMPEST WARD farmers and business men of the Superintendent of Schools ot As a candidate for to tho action of the Republican pressions, not to laud the mounRockcastle subject cates failed to carry the Bond county, died Monday,, after an ill- Way fund which is being used party. Ausrust Primary. 1013. tain people.'' In calling atten- Issue aud must improve or repair expenses of printing aud We Are Authorized to Announce ness of several weeks of a compli- to defray J. W. KINCER tion to the many misrepresentadistributing literature on tne subthe roads as in the past with the cation of troubles. Mr. Fish was Superintendent of Schools of As a candidate lor to the action of the Republican tions that have been put into print Rockcastle subject . It k exception of a road Supervisor, party. Auaruat primary. 1013. S9 years of age, but up until ject, and postage thereon We Are Authorized to Announce he is doing a great service for it istime that there should be some ahout to place Boone Way t propo-eCHAS. B. ANDERSON the last year had been active and Schools of that portion of Virginia, as well as for Superintendent of Republican As a candidate suggestions made that might be each day led an active life looking ters and literature in the hands ui Rockcantla subject to the action ot the party. Aueuul primary. 1913. for the mountain regions of Ken a help to the Supervisor and his congress and senahis farm and other business all members of ASSESSOR tucky, Tennessee and other States overseers to devise some definite after time as well as We Are Authorized to Announce Mr. Fish raised a large tors at the proper BURDETT are making plans by which to work by, that interests. HARRISON The mountain people hundreds of Kentuckians now livsubject As a candidate for Assessor oi Rockcastle August are will be some improvement over family, several of whom preceded ing in various other states who yet progress. Conditions to the action of the Republican party. Primarj, 1013. him to the grave. He has one son in great contrast to those of twenty past years. If not then the work that, devoted feeling for the We nre Authorized to Announce W. H. Fish and one daughter retain P. M. RASn Kentucky Home" and will county or thirty years ago and it is time of the Supervi-o- r of Rockcastle will be in vain Mrs. Julia Proctor still living inthis "Old As a candidate for AssessorRepublican Primory, subject to tho action of the that we were hearing less about aud should be discarded. influence with the conAUgUKtg. 1013. countv and one or two sons in use their MAGISTRATE. "the typical mountaineer.": gressmen of their adopted siates I would suggest that thesuper-'iso- r Texas. The only brother survivWc Are Authorized to Announce Courier Journal. W. Id". SOWDER compel each overseer to ing is Mr. J. Henry Fish who in the support of our great underMagisterial lor Mucistrate 1'irst and Walnut Amen. Now let the C. J. try to make at least - if not 3 rods of IMstri't E. Mt. Vernon makes his home in Mt. Vernon. taking. OroVe voESisSrecincts. subject to the act on ofthe explain why it is agin' tho mounparty ueneral primary election. Aug" Mr. James T. Vashell, highRepublican road to each and every road hand The burial took place at the ust 2. 1013. tains receiving any appropriation a well constructed dirt road bed. way engineer, of the office of Pubto Announce We Are Authorized Scaffold Cane burrying ground J. H. LAMBERT from Congress for the construc- well graded , ditched and drag at lic Roads, U. S. Department of Magistrate Second Magisterial a, o candidate for Tuesday. Mt. Vernon. Orlando Agriculture, Washington, D . C. fna ItaundSoSivoUne precincts, subject.to the tion ofthe proposed Boone Way least 1G ft. from ditch to ditch the Republican action of Ausjust 2, 1013. party general primary from Cumberland Gap to Crab election. with at least 12 inch elevation in Announcements have been re was out over the route, by the DeOrchard? REPRESENTATIVE. center of road and ditches suf- - ceived here of the marriage of the partment, during the last of Jun-- . Are Authorized to Announce We I. V. THOMPSON from the 70th The Courier Journal, the great- Iriciently wide and deep to drain Rev. Harry Schaffer, of Cincinnati, Upon his report being made, SenaLegislative DistrictTcomposed of the Counties of est newspaper in the South retains said road. The elevation of road to Miss Ernma-Sorgeof Kenton, tors Bradley and James will pre urilanRockVastle. sSbject to the Republican .Primary, August 2, 1013. some mighty small and childish to be similar to that of a barrel Ohio, on Monday, June 30th, at pare a bill to be introduced at next We Are A orlzed to Announce ways, especially its treatment ot stuvens it is when first taken Kenton, O. The ceremony was session of Congress for an appro O. R. LUKEH o 70th for BepreseiUaUve torn a constructed oil barrel A candidate performed by the Rev. W. E. An- priation ,to put engineers on the and its f of the Counties oi South Eastern Kentucky S5reii TudBockDasrc. subject to the Republican With something like 2ooo road derson, of Danville, Ind. . Mr. routes wrveying the "0!d Wilder movement for building a national imarr August 2, 10113. 3 Scnaffer has many friends here, ness Road on Boone's Tml. highway. It does sometimes ac- hands and each man make 2 or "Address Secretary Mt. Vernon rod, which would be 4ooo or 6000 having been pastor of the Christian In the course of an illuminating cidentally or purposely copy an rods more of good roads than church at this place during the Commercial Club or Secretary of Atlantic article, from some other newsBoone Way Booster Band, Mt. article in the South Prof.' John H. Ashworth paper, defending the mountains R :ckcastle has ever had. These years i91o and i9n. Has just Vernon, Ky.,who will acknowledge Quarterly making fair com- pieces of roads would not be con- graduated from the College of receipt of same, sending to conof John Hopkins University, and its people, whet'ier this is nected but next year continue the Missions at Indianapolis, and they tributors certificates of membertakes occasion to enter a protest ments thereon, work and in a few yeai's we will will both take up the work of mis- ship in Boone Way Buoster Band, office boy in the against ''the ordinary picturesque done by the sionaries to India, sailing from workers for the proposed National of the boss or is by orders of soon have a good system of roads. Southern mounportrayal ot the New York for India in August. highway; named in honor of that the manager who perhaps is be- Now for an inducement for each Mrs. Schaffer's wo-- k willObe with famous old frontiersman, Daniel tain folk in newspapers, magazines coming a little ashamed of Jhat section to do its best I would sug the children and her husband will j Boone. and missionary expositions," "Yours for the road, mea.sly gest tha.t the county offer a prize take the duties of a regular mission in Prof. Ashworth gives specific at paper's course it's early These young people will U. G. Baker. President. objections to any aid of $25 to the overseer and his pastor. excellently prepared tention to the mountain region of editorials of in building hands that put up the best piece leave America work, attended bv James Maret, Sec' v." government Virginia, presenting a most inter- from-thfor their chosen the proposed Boone Way from of road. The Supervisor to be the best wishes of a host of friends. FOR SALE. ray ol facts as to the sevenesting ai the judge, or it is his duty to go .coun- Cumberland Gap to Crab Orchard. iqi3 Model, Motu: Cycle and teen extreme southwestern Signal "pitched"' into over all the roads of the county THE KING OF ALL LAXATIVE withof that State. This region, he Since the ties the prize could be awarded Motor Boats at bargain prices, Louis-yill- e any extra cost to the county. of the State 0 the Courier Journal and For constipation, headaches. all makes, brand new machines. out says, "is that part business men for their lack With good wishes to the Good ,aDi Jy8Rff wSf on easy monthly payment plan, referred to as the uncivilized often in our movement for Road cause, and extends of interest beiore buying mountain section Paul Mathnlka.of Buffalo, N. Y. Get our proposition Youis truly. better roads, that paper and the from the counties of Wise and P. H. Shutts. says there are the "King of all or you will regret it, also bargains scene of John Fox's city's business men with a few exlaxatives. They are a blessing to jn used Motor Cycles. Write us Lee, the ceptions, have remained silent and all my family and I always keep tod Enclose Stamp for reply. Trail of the Lonesome Pine, to . advised of the fact of ou county, the home of the when Carroll Address Lock Box ...Treoton :db0tl.at wX" FOR FLETCHER'S trade being shifted to Cincinna Aliens.' Recommended by Chas. C. Davis. Mich. closed I pjje region referred to is now and Knoxville, they kept MT. VERNON SIGNAL Spring and Summer showing of Young Men's Clothes Old Men and Boys' I Clothes i We have never before displayed so exten- n sive a line of well selected young men's suits as this season. Believing that we have clothes that will appeal to you, we would like you to come in ami aef our line. Whether to looTc or to lmy, we shall be latf, to have an opportunity to show you these: good clothes. s rfitrrrinfiHW E. L. ,x&x$x& :& I Cockrell t'15S3sQS:: I I Livingston, Ky. fTit-o- rt o GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER f S Brodhead Ky i-- best-know- Q COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, $ Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone orders Promptly Vf . . Filled. & a- I $ $?c$3cesene: " dcccd Envy! -- &: x d 1 Somebody banks your money. Why Not You? Aren't you as thrifty as the Bank account enables you to havo what the other fellow has. You and Your Wife and children wont have to take a back seat for the Best. other fellow I to-da- y BANK WITH US PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. n, r-- JONAS McKENZIE SELLS ab-sens- e SELZ SHOES THE "ROYAL BLUE" IF you need a good pair of shoes it YP e is to your interest to examine ldiSe" the Selz line before &: Children Cry CASTOR A JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. Prtb5? 4&i , ., MifiiWHai' vqwrmCT" 1I1IIJMJB LHIWI t .,., "" . IMU WWWW . .,.,, I - ... j.-.- - - -- -, - ., n" - . - . MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky., Jul h 1913 C I "7"Ccli wan toCommu I Myou CHttSIGNAL tjf - Jo. 7Q" w wltli xJ ian LOOISVILLC tswMf & TiASHVILLC R R. Co. TIME TABLE. Zl'2 2-- 3 .4.39 p m am 3 ncrtn norm !3 south I!i South Tas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. r.nlen-.- l the kind of service you get here as well as the kind of Clothes we sell. Our service includes the best clothes the world affords at $10, $15 and$20clothes that give you full value for every dollar you put in them. Any style you want; any price suit you waat thing that means value for your money is here. ; any- Youll Like Shirts won If you at the .is Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice Firoml-cias- s mail matter. need shirts, this is the best time to buy them, for this is PERSONAL x"he imploring srk Miss Ethel Davis began her school at Mullins btationJMonday. last week, i Dr. and Mrs. pioud parents of a fine boy. Mrs V. T. Davis rerorted very V. D. Laswell are ii W gfcand By What You Buy." Ar The Shirt Store of this community Soft Madras Shirts with the ot't turn cuffs and soft collars to match Mr. and Mrs. T. X. Noe, who have been very bick, aie boine better. Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Owens are rejoicing over the arrival of a tine .boy Tuesday. six-yea- We will pay Parcel Post or Express Charges on your Mail or Phone Orders s5Aic-- i 17: vgBx, . XR?i2iIwri5 LEADirto citfD JJMiJUIJ Four-in.han- 50c to $1.50 ARROW SHIRTS ARROW Collars r old Jack Fish, the little J. Fish, has son of Mr. and Mrs. m typhoid fever. J.J Bullock, of Hansford, is in: Claude Griffin, son of Geo. S Mrs. .Tames Mullins, of White Danville with his son Chiis, .Griffin, near Buckeye, has typhoid Oak, was visiting her parents, Mr. who is making good in the insur fever, and Mrs. A. Cummins, Saturday auce business in that city. j Mr. and Mrs. Steve Carpenter and Sunday. Mr. U. G. Baker took hi wife1 are the proud parents of their first Cress, the attractive to Richmond Tuesday to have her j born, a fine girl, Miss Leila daughter of Judge W. R. Cress, of examined and treated. Mrs Baker j Mrs. "W. H. Krutzer, of Corbin, Monticello, is wilh the family of has been in poor health for some j has been with tho family of Mrs. time. .Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Hintt. T. P. Mulljns during the w&ek. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hoffman, j Mrs. d, q. Sandridge and little Mrs. Sarah Rickels, who makes spend- after a few days visit with Mrs daughter tier home in Cincinnati, is .arrived from Lynchburg, ing the summer with her son, Tas. Hoffman's mother, Mrs. J. 0. :Va., yesterday morning to visit her Ulckels and daughter, Mrs. W. T. Moore and Mr. Moore have re- - Darents. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Mar Davis, here and relatives in the turned to their home in Chicage. tin. county. W. C. Moebus, a member of the R. A. Sparks and (laughter, Ohio, Fire Department, Marguerite, are in tiichraond. Mr Mr. and Mrs. John Collier have Hamilton, returned to their home in Tuscou. spent part of the week with his Sparks wont over to be preseut Mart Clifford, and when his mother's will was proArizona, after spending a month brotlier-in-law- , with relatives here and at Crab had some very interesting things bated, The estate is valued at Orchard. John has a good posi 10 sav of the recent floods that about $25ooo.oo and one third goes swept that couutrv. to Mr. Sparks. ttion with the Southern Pacific. to-da- All Around the BUSY CORNER Next to COURT HOUSE y : Lost A pair of ice sca'es. LOCAL Work is progressing on the Ed Langford will leave this week Finder return and receive reward hotel. for Tuscon, Arizona, to locate. C. A. Davis. Please leave Maret's electric, Mrs. Annie Hosack, of Ohio, is ian's at (Jhinlf's. He needs it. d or Bow j To.day is lhe day to begin to get Three 25c with her daughter, Mrs. Meshac j ready for Are you getting ready for the Ties for 5oc at Fish's the CoUnty Fairs aud Gentry. big fair? It is only four weeks unFish's is the one good place to buy Mrs, A. H. McFerron was up til F. F. Robins of Brodhead, sold the good clothes for these or any the Mt. Vernon Fair will be on. from "Breezy Hill" duting the to. Kidwell Bros, i6-i- ?5 pound other occasion. Go to V. T. Davis' back of hogs week shopping. cents. Mr. Robbins at to-da- y. ! j court house and have your saddle says he figures that he realized Three Dollars takes away a pair Mr. and Mrs Charlev Chandler, paded and repaired, harness and 1. per bushel for his corn, by of $4 Bates Oxfords at Fish's. of London, spent Friday and Satsjioes repaired while you wait. holding and feeding to his hoga urday last with Mr. and Mrs. E S. The tuberculosis and hook "Worm Albright. V. T. Davis is the man to see campaign will be begun in this If you did nat attend the Mt. Misses Alza Thompson and when you want a good, saddle for Vernon Fair last year askG'some of county about August 1st, under Margurite Lovell, returned yes- yourself, your wife, or your hoy, your neighbors who did and see the charge of Dr. Locke, of the terday from Nashville, where they t prices low down. what they have to say. It will be Rockefeller Institute. Exhibits have been the guests of Mr. and In a tnortorcyeje accident, first better this vear than last. Whv? will be mada at both the Mt.Ver- Mrs. Tom O' Mara for three weeks. of week ljear f,exuigtolli Charles Because the premiums are larger non and Brodhead Fairs. A wagon broaching Adams, a son Tack Adams, Jailer antl more of them. If you have. sion will beheld in each Magis-i'idin- y ,.,. , ,. ... ... ,1 hrirllps. ntn.. from rirsi-'rtint rpfid nnft of thf ratnlnonpc ' torial Districts throughout the? class leather, at W. T. Davib' back, iy injured and remains in a critical look it over, there may be some county. Program will be published of court house premium you win wnr 10 try tor. later. condition. I 1 do 7 o JJJJJ.Jii. ;;;;tSt!!..-- - .... .....,9 i ATJGr MT. VERNON, KY. stxid The Bet in all Southeastern Kentucky KfSBBBl Last year's Floral Hall of the l' IM Mt. Vernon Fair --J mm M 8, 1913 67 MBaHanJHMeiKaMMMMiMaHWUMMWMaMMMMaaHMMMiJS.BlBiM -- t.ft .,..,,. ,at,t,ff...rf...t.t..t.v;"7't i.jlt...ii.(iti """';!!!!1!!!!!J!!;; ! - . '.' " " y " . .:;? .4: s-- 'Sr . .;-- ; ' -- . ii H-I,.il -- - ,.. ; . "' - 'P- ir" & - .r- ' - 'tS&u 1- 'v' ' -- :rfc " 't , '- VVSStSMafcwflB!! s W .i .1 - - mwtmrO&wm &&j&3mxtM0m Jfcs.f 1 r- was the admiration of every one who saw it This vear will be ft k I) 1 h a i-.- ' - cthrA?..a.BBBiMBBBB9BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI "t-tv- - 3m Jit, ,i. i- - !BBBTriKiaHBBBBBBBBlBHBBBBBBBBBBB BBB&JwBBBBBBBBBBWBMBBBBBBBBBBl '' Jj?2ErT! 'JBHBHBhBBBBHhBHBB TfrPifiiBBBMTllWliBMBBM " 'HBBBBbI ,;'iBBBH mbbbbm rfjfBBBBBjBBBBB ' " ' 9Ib1bVbTbTbbbTbtbTbTbTbTbTbTI if. 33v'x 1 f krMHBVBVBSBBBBBiiiBVB Tr'lFWMTi vBBhBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB9BhBBBBBBBBBH STILL BETTER Because the premiums are larger and more of them 1 j&im&W'k :-- hbWbbbbbmbbM 5 BHHVBBBHrBBdKBBvaSslBBBBBii iittifu..KLMMiiyji.iMK:g-:vrfs " 9BE9?';BBBWuBEzSraBnBMMBM HURRICANE THE FAMOUS TROTTING OSTRICH Will appear just as represented Pont 1 ypu want a bird doing the stunts of a big horse? tQ see B Last year Mt Vernon had one of the best strings of horses shown at any of the county fairs With $200 added to the premium list on show rings we are assured of more and better horses than last year BKBKwBlBUBHsBTii9IHHBHllBBBBBBBH ? ff'lHr" " lJl- " -- i AA--- t .- --- DEVOLO THE WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS CYCLIST In one of the most sensational acts ever attempted will perform twice each day of the BIG MT M VERNON FAIR ( . CnmoThinorlnina PVPrv minuto Hnrincr tho whnla throo HVlR. r I regret it. hor catalogues address Secretary Mt. vernon rair. If VOU miSS it VOU Will pCTaWjefcaer5aagSgf, NATURE'S ESSENCt.--Etracfe- d Froni Porest Plants. lion. W. A. B. Davis cUtltlidale l superintendent., w.v tree, the root "of mandrake, 10r oi.ri can fathom for you. Take the banc of the wild-hOregon grape root, queen's rout, bl'u'idroot and golden scal, make scien- - here IdSt Week and his many extract o them with just the right proportions and you have tifcc, f l.jemis ar(, Mlre ot n.s victory. ,n he .infant child of Uector tierce's Goldeii lUcdical JSiscovciy. Mr. and Mix It took Dr. Pierce, with the ussistance of two learned ciicmists, ciftnt years r.r hard work experimenting to make this pure glyceric extract and alterative of tlu J. T. Hui'Sf (lird Saturday evening greatest efficiency and without the use of a particle o alcohol. Ulld was buried Siinrlil V at Prmlnt i Just the sort ot remedy you need to maicc ncn, rcu Grove. School onened here the blood, and cure that lu&titude and feeling of nerve exhaustion . . Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discover bears the stump nf , u,t" - fe'". .Uterdillce tlu Public Approval and has sold more largely in the past forty years than &r.y other .blood purifier cud stomach tonic. patrons should .send their children "Some time r.zo I ot out of Iicalth-r- iv ctaracli seemed to ho tinas SO0I1 as possible iOl" tllCV kllOW Ucrllux illi-- Km Nature's laws ure perfect, but discas" (o'ov.S iC these laws nrc not ubcyeil. Go Mraight to nature for the cure, to the 'orcst ; iUcrti ure mysteries here that wsj crr pt.-.n' xiliS&s , 11 itei. uujs. "s" Nettie Rice is sprucing ft lew days with f vietiLl? and i'e'lativtjs ill Parts, !y. Chailey BoWman, W. M. Hicks. A. C. Carpenter, Emmet Irwin and Buck Howard attended the examining trial of H r.'ison Holt at London. Ky. J. H. Walton has been very sickjforafew das but Is some better at this writing. Miss Bonnie Niceley, of Mt. Vernon, is visiting Miss Mable Niceley, -- Mrs. J. W. Terry is visiting relatives in Louisville. J. W. Catlin was with home foiks at Lebanon latter part of 'ast week. Well, as the primary draws near the candidates get tnicUer and allj claim that they will be nominated, Aug. 2nd. But, some forty or titty are going to get dtfeated and it is O. K as long as euh man thinks it will be the ther fellow Mr and Mrs. I. P. E. Diummonds left for Leban n, Ky., today and fro there w... g R. .1 o is. mix vi He fora lew days. . v.emonds whs in Louisville, Hai risen Holt was a $2,500 bond London. Ky., Tuesda , for kilhngl H. W. g Howman. iYnnk IV- s is his property on Main street. lie lioiiucss i'i'u. 1. a' at Sand Hill last, night n.l ihev sure get hapny. We bi-- I ve thev are lie best peo Icon eut'i or they make the greate-- t pretentions one .or the other. Crops in this secti-- are sMy in need of rain and if it don n.in -- 0011 gardens will be. a cuinplete iailure. -- ' REPORl'aOF BRODHEAD GRADED SCHOOL Financial reporL of Broihead Graded School, District No. 1. o: June 30, i'.i2. Brot'head. Total indebtedness on June 3oth was $i6ilSi) With an over diaft m bank, of $14 Sg June 3o, ioi3 .y .,v vimXzL SSBWffiS? w&m- -i i v. t-- S e, f &! i W -- 3 ? 51 H i E.i ic r' rr r Z ..,., Tor -Infr.nts ani Cvidren. ... , - r..,. ti Tin -- i i ..- v- - I n - . ;. Rcat of the irwiUe." writes Ks. Ezi:a W'l.'JAKn. f -- i uuiu an me i anuKu.'nn'i to uocior " ,,.... cpisiali&ts on stomal li nn-- l :;obivo anna . i'j:h- mtihui m uu cuicr -- in :w.. most iny c' the 'it liann. Finally. I wn.'u to Dr. I '.ercc, Rufti'io, N. Y.. who renvoi, -- Uitinir that 1 lnu liver con jtiiii.'x-siioi- : . and aJviseil Dr. I'ierccVi CauMui an.! Mf-i- cil Discovery ami 'Pleasant IV .' "pat me on my foot ajram " "The "Lis over.-' ami tiot!.av o recovered i itlioutthcnu escci'aI tobc j Jit ivh- -l 1 iicictl. 1 Nvv- - u,ivv; n uuu . ins lllCbUL as we rx' la:-itwi-h 'rv-iict-.- .' CWlLUAMS U3Q. Dr. PiSPL's'x Plazsoni PcfI-i- .i .ro tor liver Ms. have had time before. Mr. and Mrs. Joli Colyer of Tucon An zona spcii one day last week with Mr. and Mis W. 1 DeBoid. I vtsasssxssaasssssssssmrasKsssiTiii Rj ra r B5 W i. T i S 4l rai " xr" - k? T ?j J TiiW a n-f'-- ; 3' (fc- .- - 0"5a v "4 in sr &- -- j Here are several reasons why I trade at G C Davis' Drug Store: BKCArSK - Quality conskloml, liis price can't Ik lieaten. lICAl'SK r.KCArSK-Tliiiiirs TIjiu'o arc no wo gel lolay ; ciistoincis jromjt aitcnliou. at Chf.s. C. l)ais Miss Milton of Hden, was the pleasant guesl of Mrs G. B. Lnvreuce a tew days last week. Mrs. J. M. Re'uol U and little were up trom P'ato Sun .day, and s) ns the day with her brother 0. J. Mull ns Riddle Ahon haw e.npmyed W.J. Browi to run their oiler null for thsi the remainder of iliis vear. H will move his family from Br.id hend into o.ie of Mr. Riddle houses. Mr. and Mrs. G, Price and Mrs G C. and M. K Price, snent last Sunday at th home oi Ja';e l ray, at Wabd Win. Hurst wis in Kubmk.s la Mi.lli.- sot-Hube1 Total indebtedness 4s 1442,13 Amount paid out on improvement on grounds S90 25 Amount paid out as interest 50 61 Piano lor sch'jol paid tor $i5o.of Taxes that cm be collected 3143.01 5o of coal left over s5.5 in b.tulc Cash tfio6,nf he financial condition is 670.6 better than one year ago Oui boo is wull in; open :u all. time foi nspection W : Gkaviji.v. Chairman. bu.-he- ls I itsrn; " ,. t.-- -- m-- y - h - '; . !..--v ?'f li tm LVk -- &Y'f OS R H a& M i HH mA v 1? iWUXX SUli Have ?8 - W Kf Vl.i ry-- . l 0:101.3 n.: ct: ri AVcjelaWi'Prcn'aitonftrlI Aiwsy ai Bought jSf ro-- . simihiini! ni..ftmfpf..i 11 j lS,r,7. U:eS;lxva3aaiiBi'i LI..'..C...I t v ; 33 zvA fey .CcniinsKair . ' flSuV l k M 1 Mt :n' ! r riv, -r I I I i r. ;;; , mm?m I ears tiie Signature . - y J pf V of & 1 k4 'yr . K& . f A u m zs IPS U zr.i 11 Any persons 1 te havicg claiti" m& FFJ-tt- e Jt ! n &- ?- Wed-ic.-day- i- he of the lat tgauibt iason Al. lirown, will pre.setr ame to the undersigned exectno it once properly proven. An one owing the will pleasi te rat it" r Apcrf-, t: t IltTtCly for Consflp .1!,buu:Sto!Baci'..Diarr:f3 - ir-;n- ii'range settlement nce. July-4-3t- of .1. M m Wor'n'.ro'.r.'iilsions.rotris Vxzs anuiCC.2 SfSL?. 1 CuAir.. U.cti'- iati't..L Ligature of i , if W J P feft A is., V "tt rt Trt CCHtAUR V in II se iUi 3ver 1 1 it.-i- . Executor. net-Lin- g Store are all right . ItECATSK Things that go wrong bought at place will lie made right. BECAUSE The poor man's dollar is worth just a- - nnichal Charley's place as the rich man's. BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store: every deal is strictly confidential. C. Davis is never grouchy it' BECAlSE-Ch- as. you don't lmy. " Chink's ' Friday an Gentry and 1 Saturday. F. IC 1 Wantko: Ten tr.i liadsof sassafras roots delivered .Uter Sept. 1st. 1913 at Ihodnu.t. Ky. Fur piruml.trs write, Kxoiss Essentia - Oil Co , .July Biodhead, Ky. 4-4- or mor- - '; s ij Tile Ccntavu Comtatct, Tlilrfy Year 51 Miss Gcorgi: came down from Quail last Sun day. Georgia is staj ing a few days with her grandmother Mr.--J. N. Crow u. Mrs Jonas Pitma who has been sick for some tinn til n j Si n NCW .2 , i ClTV .a iJl-- Exact Cony of Wrapper. very critical concil ion. J. M. and M. F. Graig wen in this part last Monday gntheiino up lambs. Dr. G. V. Isaacs and wife of Woodstock, were here om Try Kim. Phone 23. day last week. Frank Cairo-camup from Pine Hill, Fridaj, miiKLSErS3a22S2aE22gSaS5BB and spent a few days with his wife, who has been very sick b:it we are P TO ROCKCASTLE COUNTY'S TIM glad to leport ner improving now Misses Dahlia Baily, Katie Price 23 June Maude and J alia Thompson, PERSONALLY CONDUCTED BY HOME PEOPLE Messrs Vic and Swauie Price, The hotel and Cave has been reserved for this Excursion, and Other DeBord spent the evening "by special arrangement no other parly will be booked for this dale. of the 41 h with Miss Ora Brown, All boys or girls under 1(5 years of age in care of parents or music was furnished by Ilarve Brown and Jalia Thompson which Ohaperones will be was enjoyed very much. James Maret was down from Mt. Verncn last Wednsday. Two big days sight eein from start to finish. The party wili leave Ml. Vernon, 3:53 a. in., June 23 going on There is more Catarrh in this regular morning train from all stations. section of the country thau all other diseases put together, and BOARD AT OAVK HOTEL ROUND TRIP R. R. PARR until the last lew years was Meals or Lodging. From all stations. supposed to be incurable. For )0c a great many yeais doctors pro$4.35 Adults Adults $2.20 Children Uhildren 25c nounced it a local disease ai:d prescribed local remedies, and by constantly tailing to cure with Limit on tickets 10 days. local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven One route in the Cave $2.00 or two routes for $3.00 Catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and theretore requires Boys or Girls under 10 years passed free in the Cave. constitutional treatment. Hall's This trip has been approved bv all County officials, as well as Catarrh Cure, manufactured by he Superintendents of City and County Schools, which makes it an F. J. Cheney & Go , Toledo, Ohio is the only Constitutional cure opportune time to see the Cave now. on the market. It is taken inWrite or phone L. & N. Agent for particulars. ternally is doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts di rectly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address: F. J. Cjikxey & Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's" Family Pills for constipation. remains in :i e MAMMOTH CAVE, PASSED THROUGH THE CAVE FREE RID YOUR CHILDREN OF WORMS. Yon can change fretful, chidlren into healthy, happy youngsters, by ridding them of worms. Tossing, rolliny grinding of teeth, crying out while asleep, accompanted with pains in the intense thirst, stomach and bowels, feverishness and bad breath, are symptom that indicate worms. Kickapo Worm Killer, a pleasant cand lozenge, ex pells the worms, regulates the bowels, ' restores your childreg to health and happiness Mrs. J. A. Brisbin, of Elgin, 111., says: I have used Kicktipt.o Worm Killer for years, and entirely rid my children of worms I would not be without." Guam -All druggists, or by mail. teed. Kickapoo Indian Price 25c Medicine Go , Philadelphia and -- tmrns, cms. wounds or scald-I- . H. Polauco, Delvalle, Tex., No. 2, writes: "Buckien'i Arnica Salve saved my little girl's cu foot. No one believed it could bi cured" The world's best salve. Only 25 . Rev unniended b I'has. C. Davis. . ct-;- box of Buclclen's Arnica Salvo, ready to apply in everv rase ot t AND BRUISES. In every home there should L r'OR CUTS, BURNS liaMEBSSgragggErogigBl S2iv CC'M4Y V A I -- Ku. VERNDN 55 CIMET CD. 1 S 2 PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AXC 3 CASTOR I A Por Infants and Children. yv ' k.mj:al3n:u.n The Kind You Have Always Bought g B g: Mt. Vernon, Ky, COUCH METALIC GASKETS S Bears the s 2f signature of (layZ7i rcX McCLARY . s Coffins and Robes. . J.C. Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for tin' Orders by wire promptly till.-dHearse sent to all points Ollice Mt, Vernon Monitn.ental Ihiiidini; rfjt wmaafu " 1TWMT --- S "ZZ UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER B GEORGE OWEiyS, Mnnt PIIOXE St. Louis. !"-r-C- ZfC., Ik CSVJBaStv L7r.i2'...crm0 J H'IH.1 'i cdKtIrtAES a ;t. y I . Merimee, of Paris, Ky., visited relatives here last week. The L. & N, R. R. is having a cistern dug in the park at the depot as the water previously used has been A tested by the State Board of Health and condemned. Ben Hel-lRr- d back s a check on your payments. When it conies is night clerk at the Eight to you it is an indisputable receipt for your money Gable restaurant. J. H. Brown Payment by check is a check on spending, too. You ing, foreman at the round house, is in Cincinnati for a few days. -And the second think twice before drawing a check. Blackberries are beginning to get thought often results in your not drawing it at all ripe and there is a good crop in Opeu an account and you'll save in spite of yourself. this section. Roy Cox was in London, Monday, on business. Mr. and Mrs. S, E. Carter and children are visiting relatives in MT; VBfSNON BANK Boston, Ky , this week. Mrs. MT VI?RNONk KENTUCKY,, Ashley Owens, of Jellico, is visit W. I,. .RICHARDS, President, ing relatives here for a few days. A. B. FURNISH, Cashier. Ed Owens, who had his leg am putated, is .slowly improving. Oscar Argenbright was in Lexingimmis ton, Monday. Messrs. R. J. Lem-ondJlt?'." ". P. E. Drummonds and mi W. E. Gray were in Lebanon, Monday. Jolmie Bullock is visiting relatives in Irvine, Ky., this Our line of Couch Caskets week. George Arnold visited is unexcelled Cincinnati last Friday, George Hand-mad- e says if the world is as large the Coffinsfurnished other side of Cincinnati as it is on Hearse senl to all parts of this side she is a whopper. Miss the County Annie M. Walton is visiting relaAll orders by Wire Promptly Filled . tives at Paris. Dn R. G. Webb has returned from a trip to Louis ville. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hocker W and daughter, of Harrodsburg, Phone 94-MT. VERNON, KY tt Ky.; are visiting Mrs. Hocker's Vp1 '' "Sr" jji ygpCjl!- !j 'p-- mother, Mrs. J. R. Orndoff. Miss Rf jKlrV jInlj-- rSSf1 m" 7 i c,:r ' i WZ&Mm .Jm E&ej&a:'''" k?S?:'A.'M L rl S ?.s4 . i. o. J" trt LIVTNUSTON. "Willie WestedidcT and Fred Check on The at, Vernon Bank Home and office in the late residence money. Myers formerly occupied on Old Anyone desiring to look over MsiinSt.,5fMt. Vernon. land will be shown over the farm at any time by the undersigned PUBLIC SALE. As executor of the estate of Mason M Brown I will on Satur day, .luly lg, 10 13 at the late residence of the deceased, about one mile rorth of Level Green, on the Crab Orchard and Line Creek Road, offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the following real estate and personal property: 1 fat in of about n5 acres, with 5 room cottage on it, all necessary out buildings, including good Plenty barn and buggy house. of timber to run farm. Good orchard, well watered and u splendid home for any man looking for a location and situated in one of the best neighborhoods m the county. Personal property consists, 2 hogs, 4 sheep, 1 buggy, 3 share in Fitrmers Telephone Line, 1 telephone, farming tools, growing crops, household and kitchen furniture. Terms: All personal property will be sold for cash in hand: the farm will sell for xs cash down, balance in equal payments bearing of one and two years, legal rate of interest, Avith lein retained on land lor purchase iiiiiiiimiiiiusuimiauiiiiim!iiiiiaatuiiijiiimiiiiiijil iiiii p 112 3 a h 11 c&r:c?zcfcri. . o & FOUND, theplaee to buy Spectacles and Eyeglasses for $l.r0aml up. Cold. Silver and Aluminum Frames. Largest selection in town. Kyes testeil Free. Years of experience. .THWKLER AND OPTICIAN. COX Stanford, Ky. rOUN l FTP f llUllilL UUUUil. L Hi , i DOr Baasssssi fige5sws, CflflfiP fUrr&mtVnWiSSSZ inZFZ&SK&ft-mmaty- t( J. O. MOORE 'J vs i j i Saddles, Buggy and "Wagon Harness, Bridles, Blankets, Collars, in fact, all kinds V fTT k. or riorse broods sold and repaired. -- 1 -- I 1 yyoj DROS. 3TOBE jc38cge3oc5f SHOE SHOP IN CONNECTION. r v Old Main A-.- f VV. $ P. H Conover 4 '$$&!&:. a IT. VKRNON, KY, Fron tRooms over, I5akers Store Phone 49'S. & Street haek of Court House. h si 3(I 7!k V s-- y T r r T UAV iO o I . o tXCVc i yc$3icPi&r& yu&x&pzfr mmlAMU 43 UK " ft VM 8 ?! " M PESCUED A C- W. T. FRANCIS, CX JAftfe$ u. Dentist Mt Vornon' K t s'2L2hJ& fe J.i Bi -l CCk MM 8. 1&B.&1 1 &! w W Fl 3 s W Mm 5 iu wirr, weak-- I ' Itj 11 After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Husband had Ktten so could not stand, ' Rave "P !n despair' mi tasi, my nusoand got me a bottle of Caine to Rescue. Cardui, the woman's tonic, and com- menced laking iL From the ver' first 1 executor. Salo begins o'clock. H. C. promptly J. M. at 0 Craig, Executor. Jones Auctioneer. could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its Gatron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try I dose, THE OF P. S- .- Mrs. Brown, widow of the deceased, will also sell at the same time 2 cows" and 1 calf;, 1 hog, 1 cook stove, and washing machine. UNSIGHTLYr FACE SPOTS Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment, which heals all skin eruptions. No matter bow long you have been troubled b; itching, burning or scaly ski humors, just put a little of tha soothing antiseptic, Dr. Hobson'.-Eczema Ointment, on the sores and the suffering stops instantly Healing begins that very minute. Doctors use It in their practice and recommend it Mr. Allemau of Littletown Pa, says: "Eczema Ointment cured it in two weeks" Guaranteed to relieve or monev refunded. All druggies, or by mail. Price 50c. Pfeiffer Chemi cal Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should Mount Vernon Monumental i WORKS UNDERTAKES '.NN..ww NM. all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: Chattanooga Meilclne Co.. LaJte soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Special instructions an vnur fit mtM.n Kt, that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment tor Wooen." sent plain wrapper. !u . in s, Manufacturers of and Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEO. OWENS Propr. Pone 112 Jj "WE 4B DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE 'C. MT. Williams, VERNON. KY. On 2rd. floor o And don't have to grease but once a week. Hade in Kentuckyby CHAS. C. STOLL OIL ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W. A. COXp! i I S The Bank ol'Mt. Vernon, on.Churc street. Special attention given to collections. ' lOFFICE. - J Phone No. 80. CO. Lexicon, Ky. wwfcii