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Mount Vernon signal: August 1, 1913 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913080101_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: August 1, 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. fK rtt 4 ." - - " 3f 4- 4 ti -- 1 . .. WCHHMBMi 1 EJEaBGUMAj0f Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. Miiif MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST l 1913 NUMBER 44 GrxlfjA1!1 Woodall the traeling salesmen of London was in our town Tuesday. News reached REMOVAL CONTINUES - an Oar Big- Removal Sale will continue until all SPRING and SUMMER goods are sold, Throngs of people visit this RIG SALE daily and all get the greatest bargains ever offered in this country. Prices still cut deeper. Goods must go, SKIRTS $1.98 2.98 2.98 3.79 4.59 $6. and $7. Voil Skirts 3.98 8. and 9. " " 5.98 $3.00 SKIRTS " 4.00 '. 4.50 " 5.00 " 6.50 LADIES' LOW SHOES 1.25 & 1.50 Low Shoes .98 2.00 & 2.50 LowShoes 1.59 $3.00 a 3.25 a 3.50 it 4.00 U All White Shoes Low-Shoes $1.98 $1.98 $2.58 $2.58 .98c not MEN'S AND BOYS' LOW SHOES $3 00 Low Shoes $1 98 it 2 38 3 50 W ii 2 90 4 00 a a 3 35 4 50 a a 3 75 5 00 a WALK-OVER- S HUNDREDS of BARGAINS We Have Space To Mention SUTTON & Mc A Citizen Speaks for t . 1 - here Tuesday, announcing tbe death of Bill Durham, at Hamilton, Ohio. He was a citizen of this place, untill about two years ago. Particulars not learned. Only a few more days and ten candidates for the office of jailer, will meet defeat, but at present about every tenth man met is a candidate for the same are going to ioffice. Of course this is none of our fight, but it is amusing to see our friends, the enemy (The Republicans) engaged in a regular mud slinging, while we have friends in this contest, and while we are going to have some republicans to fill some of the offices yet in choosing between two evils, we should always take the lesser but we have one candidate in the. field, we will bet dollars to dough Calicoes lints, on his election, aud that is Jas. Marot for Clerk. Marshal-Hellar- d lot represents has a force working on the streets. Two men, whose all the staple and names we will not mention, got shirting styles, tanked up on bug juice, the other and got too noisy and Marshal, day, fc2 c tne vara Hellard arrested them and took them before Judge Wilt, who inflicted the penalty, and it is to be Goods hoped the boys will not indulge 15c to 35c values again. Judge Witt promised the Such as white goods people if they would elect him he would give them a quiet town and Irish Linens, figured we think he has redeemed his Batistes and promise. So boys if you intend to drink boose you had better get 1 Q- Speciali the yard out of the towu limits or you will sure get In trouble. A. C. Carpenter was in Mt, Vernon TuesPercalles day. Mt. Vornon base ball team 12.Cc Values gi came down to play Livingston Sunday.but Livingston simply had a walk over. -- Just nine days from 12zC to day until the big Mt. Vernon vjingnams 03 c fair will be pulled off. J. H. Owens who has been quite sick for some time is some bettor. Dress Goods Mi and Mrs. Jerry Sams ol Hazel Patch, were with Mr. and values, 50c yd Mrs. Will Warren Sunday. Mrs A Taylor of Louisville, is visiting 75 values, 37c yd ielatives hete this week. M Vernon's BIG STORE 25 Pound Bags Granulated U.G.Baker Sugar for $1 35 We CLEAN HOUSE THIS MONTH PLAIN & FANCY WASH SILKS 50 cent values Special to close in a whoop 22c $1.50 Fibre Suit Cases REMNANTS This Just 20 in the lot 90c Remnant Women's Summer Waists and Skirts Snow white SI vaues Ladies Waists 50c Women's Pongee Silk Waists Worth $1.50 Special price Remnant Waist 7r Lawns Women's Black ard Blue Dress Skirts Worth up to 10 Special Remnant $2.75 Remnant uress Wool $1.00 Women's white Linen Skirts 98c Here's your opportunity to buy a supply for summer. Home early as the supply is mited. 50 values, 25c yd Womens Oxfords All the new styles All leathers, black, LOUISVILLE and men of good character with ability this way of getting into office aud W. G Nicely was in Wildie A fine line of patterns. BOONE WAY. and disposition to fill faithfully the you will succeed in putting hont-sMonday Atty. C. C. WilFauis, Special price on best qualities offices to which they aspire made and competent men into office of Mt. Vernon, was hero Tues- Cleaner Politics Several of the candidates offered rather the men who will take jin day. Miss Tempest Ward of Louisville, Ky., July, 28, igi3 As a citizen of Rockcastle to us are men who have held oath to perform the duties of Brodhead. made a speech here i"l I ' at H A nf n la gu openly Monday evening in interest of Mr. II. G. BaKer, auu MJiue ui lueui nuw me umce auu II. County, I am deeply interested uiiiic, Sheeting uieu Peoples Bank, Have they faith and violate their oath. her candidacy for Supt. of in the welfare aud prosperity of holding offices. in lengths to yds Mt. Vernon, Ky., Schools to a house full of voters I want her people fully performed their dutios and her people. $ioo REWARD $ioo. filling with honor to themselves T. J. Niceley, of Mt. Vernon Dear Mr. Baker: to enjoy all possible advantages Special J 5c he readers We enclose check for 10.00 should come to us in this and this couuty the trust imposed he i pleased to of this paper will was here Saturday shaking hands that learn that there with the voters. Mrs. L. H. which please accept as a slight day of progress and culture. We upon them? Are they so'er and :c BrUrfnnBUH,w0M..1 117 MEN'S and BOYS want our children to take the upright men end fit to take case science has been able to cure in Davis is visiting relatives in contribution from thi bank to If Jail its stages, aud that is Catarrh. Bere3 this week. W. A. Rice the fund for the "Boone Way". positions in lite and have an of your interest and min-rWe have noticed considerable equal chance with the children they are not living up to the j Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only who has been working at Pine $1 . 25 Values, special Qc oath of office which th v too'c positive cure now known to the Hill is at homo lor a few days correspondence of late regarding of other portions ot this country. medlCa .ra.tern,,ty:. Catarrh beiuS John Clark who has a position in this enterprise. When our children go out in the when elected and put iao .ffi e , a disease, requires Middlesboro, they are not to be truste .". Any apparent lack of sympathy is vititing relatives world, we do and should like a constitutional treatment. Hall's Did you ever read the oath wuich Catarrh Cure is taken internally here. with this enteoprise on the part for them to be able to say of our Commercial Club or proudly, I am from the county of is required of these officers be acting directly upon the blood Judge L. W. Hethurum of mucous surfaces ofthesys-quired- ? Rockcastle, Keutuckv, and have fore they assume the duties Mt Vernon, was here Tuesday. Louisville people is due, we are destroying ,tem, thereby the to not having been tbe facts with them to justify their Mr. Jack Stokes and Miss confident, toundation ot the disease, and Read this oath over, correctly informed. Notice giving the patient pride. We must have good strength by Nancy Napier were married July Assuring you of our best wishes, schools and churches, well kept what they have sworn to do. buildinsr ur the constitution and 20, 1913 at the residence of the Notice also what they will have assisting nature in doing its work brides parents. we are, Yours very truly, farms aud up to date farmers, Squire Arnold E. B. ROIJEKTSON, sound banks "and reliable and to do and what they may not do The propritors have so much offiiciatiug. Rom to the wife of to secure the annomination and faith in its curative powers that W. M. Smith a girl Vice President. honest merchants, all pulling on the they offcr ne Huudred Dollars together for our common welfare. election to these county offices. 24th Mr. Arch Furnish, of Mt. REMARKABLE CUKE OF CUre' I know that all will agree with are you going to help see to it that Send Vernon was in our town Tuesday. DYSENTERY. me ij the above statement and these laws governing elections and A few days ago a candidate y c AddrS3 F "I was attacked with dysentery every good citizen feels on this primaries are not It is Toledo, Ohio came to Dock Joues' and asked about July 15th, and used .the Are you Sold by ail Druggists! 75C subject just ?s I do. We may your duty to do so. to see Mr. lones. When he was f'otor's medicine and other have some differences as to how willing to elect men to office Take Hall's Family Pills for informed by Mrs. Jones remedies with no relief, ouly that he all this is to be accomplished, whom you know have violated the constipation. was not at home, that he had gone getting worse all the time. I was anything and my but can agree on the main needs laws of this state whih in office out on the hill to burry his unable to do weight dropped from I45 to 125 LIVINGSTON. notwithstanding the oath which of the hour. uog tne candidate asked her BIG BARGAINS IN pounds. I suffered for about two they took when they entered into On next Saturday, August 2nd John Wallon says it is so dry what was the matter with the months when I was advised to Stoves and Ranges there will be a county primary office? Will you stand idly by and at Burnsides that they are hauling dog, Mrs. Jones informed htm use Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera allow them to violate the laws of We are the only car load to select candidates to be voted I used water to run the ferry. Eugene that he had barked himself to and DiarrhoeaRemedv. handlers in the county for in the election of county this state to secure an office and Orndoff who is locomotive The candi- two Dottles 01 it ana it gave me .i V engi- death at candidates. men to go inrx omce swearing officers next November. Now it neer in the West is visiting his date rode on without ever ex- permanent relief." writes B. W. For Hill of Snow Hill, N. G. is up to you Mr. Good Citizen to uphold the laws and that they mother, Mrs. J. H. Orndoff. plaining he was making a race sale by Chas. C. Davis. have uot violated the statutes of of Rockcastle County to sea to Mrs, W. T. Amyx and Miss Lyda himself. J. B Hayes has moved it that proper men are selected the Commonwealth to get into Cook have returned from Louis- his family to the property of If someone came to this town to fill the offices of the county. office? ville. J. A. Childress and I. W. Elmer Lechleiter on Main street. he could orauize the Great No doubt that some of these men do to the voting place of this Catlin were in Wildie Wednesday O. D Bryant was in Mt. Ver- Eastern Mountain Life, Cyclone, who are to be voted for in tbe county on the day of tbe primary full particulars Lightning and Accident Insnrance later. Mr. and non Tuesday. Mrs. E. J. Anderprimary, will fill the offices. So and keep a close watch for the Mrs. Egbert Hayse Society and sell all the stock and little son and children are visiting right here, yet somebody who it is important to see that only vote seller and buyer and see that son, oi Cincinnati, are visitm r3 i relatives at Dudley. Mrs. T B was born ' and raised among us, qualified men of good character all such are biought to justice relatives here this woek. Judge, ,r attei a few days visit with clean who spends-- every cent he makes reputations are when the next Circuit Court S D. Lewis of Mt. and Vernon, was j rel?t5ves has returned to her selected. What are vou going to meets. Let's get together and put in our town a m&' vernon- - one was here can't sell a sassafras root to Wednesday. The one of us witnout an mvestija do about it? Are you going to all violators of law in these pri- ..r.'m ;r. ic.uu,iuo ui.F T:tl .uurnam nm wa accompanied' oy her daughter tion as toN where it came from the record of these men maries in jail and out of. business. brought look into here from Cincinnati Mrs. John Mullins. George and find out if you may have a If the good citizens of this county and laid to Frehch who has a rail road no. and all" about it, he wouldn't be rest in able to sell it even then if a right to expect satisfactory service will stand by the voting places Cemetery Wednesday. the Ward sition in the West was with stranger came along with one. from- - them if elected to office? and keep a close watch on what Vernon Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Np.VhKn,D relatives here last week. CrODS ' E. x. . is your dnty as a good citizen is going on in vote selling asd are visitinw in "nnn.riii It tins 1,. 1:4.,, ,v. u,UU i. UU1S- - .in are almost ,UU1""J' o,i t :. D ... and a debt you owe your county whisky drinking around, the polls ville and will- visit There is a bird an the dollar, complete failure and most gard Niagra Palls is no: reason why you state to see tbat we put in on election day, you can stop and other points and before returnin e s. are clone ruin.ed. J. E. but that should Wke it fly. Table Oil Cloth J7cy 3 tan, white Nubuck All $3, 3.50 &$4 Slippers Special sensational price n. A. -- J Remnants25c up 4l70 Pearl Trim, Buttons Newest designs Big 10 to 15c values . SpecialJuly price while they last doz ? HATS s 5c a 1 re-'30- Great Reduction in "USVL811.1? CLOTHING The only furniture store in Mt. Vernon Good Goods Rioht Prices FURNITURE A. Carpets, Rugs and Druggets T-- 1 jriiiirrsrsssif? M!tf:!M!M!!!!!!!!!!:!!!!t!!MtMtl!(!i!lit!!:i' Mt. IL G. BAKER ii. - I Mt. Vernon - -- 3-- l. .-- .. X r S? L I tZa&itolrTTmltttml i ?. .-" arro. iw iwnwr rwKgw-- .jsttJL-CPs- : iinii,i'in j irnnZramrj . 3LZZ inniiii in 'ttmuiK&sTmimnmmmrrwm Ex-Govern- or Beckham Makes An Address The Last Day oi the Brodtiead Fair AUGUST 15, 1913 Gov. Beckham's Letter of Acceptance Friday. August 15th to be " Beckham Day " AT THE Frankfort, Ky. July 12, 1913. Mr. A. M. , Hiatt, :- ockcastle County Brodhead, Ky. Dear Sir -- FAIR BRODHEAD I must ask your pardon for this delay in not answering your very kind letter of several days ago; "but absence from my office has prevented my doing so . Even if I wished to do so , I could not resist your most cordial invitation to visit your County Pair on Aug. 15, and I shall theref ora gladly try to "be with you on that day. I deeply appreciate your kind interest and KENTUCKY Ex-Go- The people of this and adjoining counties will be v. given the opportunity of hearing an address by J C. W Beckham, one of the best orators and no doubt the most popular man in Kentucky Very few of the people in this section of the state have ever had the privilige of seeing and to-d- ay hearing him. friendship forme. Yith kindest regards Very , lam, J. .C. W. BECKHAM. His consenting to visit The Rockcastle County GOV. J. C. W. BECKHAM OF FRANKFORT Will address the people at the grounds of The Rockcastle County Fair Association the hist clay of the Fair, Angiiot 15, 1913 KSsasesmaxKi sincerely yours, (Signed) Fair will, no doubt, prove a great drawing card for the occasion and the people will no doubt appreciate this speak and at priveljge of hearing the the same time enjoy the day at the FAIR. Ex-Gover- nor MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Aug i, 1913 LANGDON MEMORIAL SOCHOL. Miss Eilii Carson who has so faithfully performed the duties of house matron during the past year will not be with us the coining $I.OO year as she expects to enter colUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR lege for some special training in Advertising rates made known on her chosen line. It is expected the position of house matron will application be filled by a young woman, who has had special training in Do MEMBER OF nieslic Science and Domestic Art KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION and that she will have charge of some of the work in sewing, basketry, weaving, etc. PraLJSysJ Further announcement will be made later Of our three graduates, of 1913 Bastin was over trom Lancaster looking over the tele-fonwith a view of making some improvements. e A. H. W. H. SOWDER CANDIDATE POR Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Spring and Summer showing of itti Per Capita $4 00. The school fer. an article on "- """I""1 11UUI a' 'Toli..1rt ttwt-i.' . Miss Rae Hunt, will return other . . a writer says, the prosperity of to assist in the depends on the amount . to. the school , the city irsriPi-ovr.nn. " n( l,o I V """-tViof f t,.-...,-' Three of last years students leading citizens are willing to expect to enter a hospital in undergo to procure industries, Louisville, for training as nurses. to advertise its resources, to With these exceptions a majority secure new transportation facilities of the students of last year will aud toopen newchannelsof trade. in September. The installation of playgrounds returnapplications slnuhl be in by Al! and parks, the beaiuiucatiuu ol August I5U1 as no places will be a city, the introduction ef good reserved after that date. highways, are all the work of For catalogs and application men who "worry". Tho people who "worry" that is to devote blanks, address Mrs. A. H. Furpart of their thought and their nish Mt. Vernon, Kentucky. Blanks when filled, and further energies to the public welfare, inquiries should be addressed to are the salt ot the earth. It is nor a good sign when ""don't Miss McCord, Mt. Vernon, Ky., worry" is the most popular phrase. and will be forwarded to her. Miss McCord who is spending There are many things w.rse than worrying, and one of them her vacation at her brothers, in , Long Island, is a selfish individualism that Cold SpringsH-ii-borwill not budge an inch lor the expects to be in Mt. Vernon by August 25th and will be glad to public good. see any who desire a personal The Cadiz Record says it is interview. stranges that some people can go J. J. Lawivnce will exhibit a out most any old time and timothy that spend several dollars in a most bunch of Mammoth grew on a pinion of his town frivulous way and which does not The stems are more than benefit anyone, but when you ask lot. four feet long and the heads them for a dollar lor their preacher length. or to help the church in some way run from 5 to 9 inches in they "haven't got it to spare If energy and perseverance have anything to do with success we There is but little certainty believe one of our local boys will in predictions as to who will be some, day be a great singer. He tomorrow's the winners in sings both with "and without primary. The fight is a warm anyone listening to him ard one and from all indications a when accompanied by other voices number of the races will prove he sings fast and gets through, very close. then comes back and helps the The Russian government is others over the rough places. now looking around for a place An abundance of cold water, where the only son oi the Czar fine music, good shade, splendid can get a mud bath. Send the stock shows and rings, including kid down here and put him in trots and races, uusurpassed floral Kentucky politics. sensational Devolo the hall, bicyclist, Hurricane, the harness Forty thousand dollars having hppn raised hv citizens to build a trotting ostrich, highway from Mt. Sterling to amusements, a comedy tioupe Maysville, the U S. Government and raanv forms of entertainment Fair. will be at Mt. Vernon will provide the same amount. come andjsnjoy it. Better Our i9i2 Fair was a hum me this year it will be a double FOR FLETCHER'S Jiummer and then some I IN fimstaing'up 1 I ! i .- - n M;l-o-i Uill'tllo .1 t,..i " ,,,,,, T.ltn .1111 ! n " per capita for the coming year hns been fixed at $4.00 according to announcement made by Supt. Barksdale Hamlett Fine string: Mr. Mack Hughe? Earnestly Solicits who is training a fine string ol Support horses at Ilarrodsburg, was in the city the first of the week and stated that he certainly has a fine A square deal has always been our motto. I promise you a lot of blue ribbon winners this clean administration with justice to all and special privileges to time. Danville Advocate. none. I stand for the reduction of salaries and economy in financial Someone has suggested that the such as will enable the Fiscal Court to lighten the burden of the tax various candidates practice the pavers. "Swan Song" in order that they I believe all men were creato.l equal and should be so recognired may be able to render it in a regarbles.s of race, color, politic i and religio.i. presentable 'mauuer afier the Elect me County Judge and you will find me at all times ready to primar'. do the thing that's righ. With kindest regards, to all I remain, The post office authorities say Yours respectfully, it facilitates the dispatch of mail VV. H. SOWDER. matter to add tho county to the address of letters etc. Not necessary for mail that is going RACES FIRST DAY Aug. 13 to the prominent cities however There are four .pplicauts for the Somerset Postoffice. namely. lcsi" S.iniucl V. IPehs, George W. W'iddJe, Joseph Claunch and Cecil Williams. They are all ol 1 the opinion that a Democrat should be appointed in time to Ky open up the new Government building in the Gem City, which will be ready for occapincy in COMPLETE LINE about three months. The office is now held by a nephew of Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Senator William O.Bradley, Mr. Mail, Telegraph or TeleThomas Scott. phone orders Promptly County Judge Your Young Men's Clothes Old Men and Boys' Clothes We .have never Before 'displayed so exten- 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 yon to come iu and see GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER J our line. Whether to look or to luy, we shall be glad to have an opportunity to show you these Hood clothes. Brodhead E. L. Cockrell Ky- - J sometimes reduces her strength to the depths of weakness her devotion to household cares prevents sufficient rest and recreation. Thousands of women in this condition find Scott's Emulsion exactly what they need; it so medically is predigested body-foo- d perfected that every drop yields direct returns in strengthening the organs and tissues and in making healthy, blood. Scott's" Emulsion is devoid of alcohol or any harmful drugs, and overcomes tiredness and nervousness in a marvelous way. A WOMAN'S WORK Filled. Livingston, &Vp$&Pfr.y : xyefycx tt r. t-- :3toffelcerSbr ATTORNEY-AT-LA- 3er3(C i ru -- rC. Williams, VERNON. KY. OFFICE. - On 2rd. floor o The Bank ot'Mt. Vernon, on Churc street. Special attention given MT. to collections.1 Phone No. 80. i MT. VERNON, Phone 49-- Dentist onover KY, Deposit a Part of Your Earnings iu the Fron tRoonis over Baker's Store K Mount Vernon Monumental C3!3q3eC3 POUND! tested Peoples Bank No matter how large or how small your earning, or income, every man. woman aud child should save a part and lay it by. The " Rainy Day " may come, but it is far less likely to come if von have a Savings Account, for ' Money in the Bank' is often a Good Friend that will help you over rough places . Cue dollar opens the account BANK WITH US and Monuments of all Granite Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEO. OWENS Propr. Poae 112 Manufacturers J FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles and Eyeglasses for $1.60 and up. Gold, Silver and Aluminum Frames. Largest selection in town. Eyes Free. Years of experience. W. T. FRANCIS, Dentist Mt Vermn, K Home and office in the late residence on 2r. Myers foiircrly JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. COX J. C. MOORE BROS. STORE rcciod J.C.NK5LARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER merry-go-round- ,. COSTLY TREATMENT. "I was tronhled with constipation and indigestion and speni hundreds of dollars for medicine and treatment" , writes- - C. H. I went Hines. of Whitlow, Ark. also to a to a St. Louis hospital, hospital in New Orleans, hut no T began taking Charaher-lain'- s Tablets, and worked ripht along. I used them for some time and am now all right. Sold by Chas. C. Davis. cure was effected home On returning PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. Children Cry CAS T.O R A. Stanford, Ky. ... .j -- , - ) zzs MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vekkok, Ky , gsssbsesss E5j sss j' .flag 1 the Har.odi.burg Fair this week. wIienWQ '7ACnllup"M-7'- " Jobn M. and Will H. Fish toCommuni- - x were in London Sunday 1 Mvouwan and cute with SIGNAL Mondav. Miss Willie Frances is number3 lid with the sick. Miss May me Oatts is attending Auk i, 1913 RS flffifi ANY will n UOUISVILI.E&. Fortune, of Berea and Fortune, of near Miss Mollie Richmond, visited the' families of Dr. S. C. and W. A B. Davis hst John Nashville R R.CO. visit this splendid Clothing Store of ours. You'll like it's arrangement and its con venience. It s worth a visit. visitors to the MT. VERNON FAIR take advantage of tle opportunity to You'll see the greatest stock of fine Clothing and things to wear for Men, Young Men, Boys and Children that's to be seen anywhere in Rockcastle County. week. LOCAL TIME TABLE. 22 21 ?. ucitn .south 4.59 pm Str ices at the norm cSouth Jl 1I:38 a ,r Sundnv 12:19 am Tl e J 3:53 a ni Baptist church rrd evening. it-i- i .iuv 4..1I upera ho r.s. There is ) js b! Tas. Landkum, Agent. will have tlie P.issinn Plav mxtweolc. Sbo.v begins at (1:30 Phon? No. 8. v ch evening tere.l at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Pnstoffiw mail mutter. as etpoml-cir.&- s w. - fr . v V Thirty ms years ago, today. Mr James Maret took charge of the railroad sti tion here. succeed;f-g 1 you wear. It Jfmmmmbmj wA things tt a rrv vrtt-- oftentimes REFLECTS UPON THE enr a w&mm?Mm&-cpt te 4iyyv3 ifwujtiu wiN.c ocio fvjjk TmronTr- . rt why niividiiLvr lnen mmmwmsm 5g?7Vr- notjhave the .: LAdUL rlbnThey on your clothes which means the highest standard? than the cost no ? MUCH !NA NAME, r?-- particularly on - n ?r4"su-R- i eafas ! : sri?feasips-sr- ' sa jr"i- more ordinary kind. Harper, who relieved Wi i Wood Rob M?Kenzw has typhoid. Ray who was agent about l87o. Little Jack Fish is improving Mrs. Cleo Brown hrs moved the slowly . postoffice to the building next to 0?car Wallen, who has typhoid j Sutto & McBee's new store is reported better. When put in order as Mrs. Mrs. Margaret Grimes is at, Biown has planned the headhome for her vacation. quarters for the transaction of S. C Franklin has been Uncle Sam's business in Mt. Mrs. s 111 for the past two weeks. place. wil be an 1 A small son of Jarvis Hat s No. 23. the South bound living on Chestnut Ridge lias passenger due here at n;3S, turned over near Sinks yesterday. Tom O'Mara, of Nashville The engine, tender, baggage, exTerm., is with her parents Dr. press and smoker all turned. and Mrs. A. G. Lovell. The ladies coach left the track Capt. T. A. Elkiu, prominent but did not turn over. The engifarmer of Garrard County, was neer and fireman were caught here on business Wednesday. and killed under the wreck re instantly. The express messenger Mi-- s Blanche Crawford has The turned home from Richmond was seriously injured attending passengers all escaped without where she has beeu any serious injurv more than a school. There were severe shake up. Mrs. Chas. C. Davis and daugh-- 1 several from Mt. Vornon and ter, Christine are spending the Livingston aboard the ill fated week with Mrs. P. H. Sbutts and train. daughter Mabel. Lloyd Chesiiut, is teaching on Other and William Catron Jr. Crooked creek, Miss Myrtle BryTT.r of our eood friend, Henry Cation living near Crab ant and Byron Owens have charge of the Pine Hill school. Judge Orchard both have typhoid. John W. Brown taught in this Misses KUtll K.eppen aim nmc( buildiug 38 years ago and we are Ward are having a delightful led to believe that he had consummer visit to the familv of E. siderable faith in the old adage of A. Reppert, New York Lity. "spare the rod and spoil the and Mary Willie child". In company of the Tndge Misses Bessie Caldwell, of London, are expect-- at the masonic frneral of W. N. ed to arrive tomorrow to visit, Roberts at Pinellill, first of week, 1 "Rollavft. . j the writer met some of the pupils mt. unu mis. r"" " ot that period who related some of Judge T. Z. Morrow has been quite ill at his Somerset home their experienced with the birch but was better when last hoard wielded by their instt uctor. Mrs. His many warm friends Sarah Wallin is teaching at the from here hope he will soon be well Cummins school house on Somerset road. again. I 1 J We assure you courteous treatment whether you purchase or not. and it' you do purchase we deliver the goods free by Parcel Post. a We Stand my What You Buy." Ver-non- up-tn-da- Around the Corner Next to the Court House Cheek Your Valises and Hand Baggage Write Your Letters Make Yourself at Home - All This With Our Compliments All No. 2i the night tiain will Fish's $It Special Suits are the Now Collars, New Shirts, neck- biggest values in America. Drop wear and everything new at stop at Pine Hill the three nights of the Mt. Vernon Fair, for the in during the Fair and see. Fish's. convenience of the Pine Hill Come to the Mt. Vernon Fair People who do not want to re Telephone connection with the outside world will beghen at Mt. next week and make Fish's store turn home on the evening local. Vernon fair grounds, during the your headquarters. fair. w .r , Next Wednesday a large crowd will be at Mt. Vernon Fair grounds, some of the population will be fishing on the banks of salt liver and others will take to woods. A son of Squire Gorge Robin son of near Livington, was killed 1 r. I by lightning yesterday, another son ot Mr. Robinson was seriously injured and Major Bullock was knocked down, the fall causiug a fracture of his hip. fitted to present her subjm t Every man. woman and child in j Rockcastle County would be well repaid for their trip even over our rock roads to bear this lectute. The exact date to be It is no laughing matter to a announced thru these columns Gov. McCreary has appointed later. Most ot the merchants have Rev. A. J. Pike of Brodhead, candidate who has worked hard agreed to close their places of one of the delegates to represent and spent his time and hard Round trip tickets to Mt Verbusiness from i2 to 4 every at the exposition of iugs in a canvass for a nomination afternoon during the Mt. Vernon the United States Good Roads to be beaten at the polls. He de- - non from Lebanon Inaction, Rich Pair. Association at St. Louis, Novem-- serves sympathy instead of what mond, Greensburg, Jeilko and Middldsboro Au$. t. 7 and S lim. usually gets. Redicule. her 1O to is;. The Young Peoples Christian it to Aug 10. at oue fare plus 25 Endeavor Society will meet next ATTENDS CONWORLD'S Mrs James W. Williamson of cts. minimum at) cents, account Sunday evening promptly at 7:45 Frankfort, is expected to he here Mt. Vernon Fair. VENTION. at the Christian Ohurch. The The Rev. George A. Jophn one day during the Institute week topic will be "The Ideal Christian: Wanted: Ten or more car sicielary of the Kentucky Sun beginning Sept. 1st. to lecture on his perseverance"'; Hebrew G: 10- as related to the loads of sassafrass roots delivered - Tuberculosis Association, is attendMiss Amy Proctor will be ing the WorUrs Sunday-schoschools- - Mrs. Williamson has bad after Sept. 1st, 1913 at Biodhead the leader for the evening ii'ii.nomni; v.,,;m, ... u : line experience in dealing with Ky. For pirticulars write, UU a 1.JU l UUUVIIIiWU of are cordially invited to attend and of IvNOKS ESSHXTIAL OlL Co., deleglU s from North tuberculosis almost her. entire I344 take part in these meetings. llifetimeand sha is, consequently, uly 44L Brodhead, Ky. America. ; earn-Kentuc, The baby show takes place ou the last day of the fair at I o'clock The prize $5.00 in gold given by T. J. Pennington, the LivingStou merchant, for the prettiest baby under 3 years old. 1 day-Scho- ol ol : ::::::ssn::::::::n:::::::::?:?:!::.55:t:5!i5?-:5"-:::s- : fSSlP'i Bj eB B5i .AXTGr ',: i -- MT. VERNON. KY fr 7 slxicL 8. 1913 Coach from ' '"'"'-- ' ..... - LOCAL FREIGHT will carry Passenger m y '' ', - ..; j j;.0o THilOUGH ,v v if Corbin to Mt. Vernon DURING THE FAIR SEE TIME TABLE BELOW TABLE r:40 6:00 0:40 G:nO RETURNING TIME Lv, Corbin 11 - - . - S ,. Lily London w Pittsburg E. Bernstadt Hazel Patch Livington I Sinks (i Pine Hill .Arrive Mt. Vernon, 7:00 7:50 8:25 8:38 9:05 - HURRICANE You will see him just as represented at The Mt. Vernon Fair. No 89, the train handling the car returning is due to leave Mt. a. m. Vernon at 2:09 p. m. The after-uoo- r train is a very heavily work ed Irani and is usually from 1 to 2 11 i hours late, which will give those who desire to leave on it an opportunity to see all the fair and 11 return to their homes as well. ( The Sec'y will keep in touch with 11 the time of arrival of this train and have announcement made on fair grounds each day as to the exact time of arrival. I 1 1 -- Special rate of one fare plus 25 cts per Round Trip from all ETA i. nninfo . TVTJ: ....... ou cts. r"1"1iuiuiuiuia - DEVOLQ The Greates Bicycle Act in the World. Special Free Attractions. at the Mt. Vernon Fair, August 6, 7 and 8, 1913 ! s '- - -- .c Wo HC UGH I & Fok the District of home Friday, Kentucky. where she has been attending 4 WiMii In the matter 1 school for the past six weeks. hVVI t ' a bankrupt of Miss Etta Sowder is visiting relaTempieC. Martin ) tives in Junction City an DanFor Infants and Children. Stanford, Ky ville 'this week. Mrs J. C. jrv I July 25, i9i3 E'l Gibbsand children of Phoenix, Kind You Have A meeting of the creditors of mUHhl1 r Ariz, are spending a tew weeks BM the above named, who his been Um, with their parents, Mr. and Mrs adjudged Bankrupt, will be held EfiS? Bought J. VV. Moore. Miss Miranda No 731, K. & A. M. !"ys ALCOHOL 3 PER m'ct at the office of the Referee, Stan Tate has returned home after Kesolved: That a page in our ford, Ky , on the ANcgelabkrreparallonfbrAj. iS 4th. day 1 f spending two weeks in Richmond record be set apart to his memory; Aug. i913 siratfaiiiigiteFoodantlRcgutir at 9 o'clock a. ra. t ling lite Stomachs aMBWlsDf and Lexington. Miss Oihe COft'te that a copy of these resolutions a Trustee for the es'.ate f elect returned home Sunday, after dm sent to his Mother, Masonic said Bankrupt, for the and spending a few weeks with rela- Home Journal and Signal for transaction of other business as ProraofesDigestfonJCheeifur tives at Wildin - Mrs C. W. publication. may come before the meeting ncssarulResLContalns neither of Koenig formerly, Miss Louise 1 R. G. Wkbb Opiwii.Morphuie norJJiomL Comply with Sec. 07 of the Mi II 1 w0 Com. Wilson of Cincinnati, Ohio is T. C. Welch Not Narcotic. Bankrupt act concerning proof of ) MUMP J. A. Oliver spending a few days with Prof MtfccfOtJDrW'TFTnitEm claims, otherwise your claim can and Mrs. T. H. Likins. Mr. and is running not be allowed. The Courier-Journa- l Mrs John Jarrett Jr, of Salt daily an impressive list of county J.N. Saunders, JhiseSud Lick spent a few days with thur fairs in Leutucky. The length of Referee in Bankruptcy IliCuricactSm parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jar- ths list supplies convincing eviDuraitM- Clccfitd Styr Near Townsend, Tenn., three rett last week. Aunt udith dence that the county fa:rs are inrnautpfi Hem Here are several reasons why I trade Chesnut has gone to Maretburg, creasing in number. There is children ot John Cooper were AperfectReraedyforConsiljia-tiotXX Alt to make her future home with her reason to believe tint they artj bitten by rattle snakes and died , Sour StOTOch.Dlarrtoa Drug Store: C. C. They had gone out to play and son. J, J. McCall Mr. and Mrs increasing also in usefulness. andLoss ofSleer P L Durham were down from The county fair ol y is an when they failed to return on BECAUSE Quality considered, his price can't racSinille Signature cf Mt Vernon Sunday and Monday, earnest enterprise. It is an edu- - time Mrs. Cooper went to search he beaten. Horace Benton of Fellows Cal cational institution and is no for them. All were dead when BECAUSE There are no delays; customers Another child of TUB CEKTAUn COJIPAXT, is spenci.ng a lew days with his longer 10 be loolced upon merely as discoveiecL NEW YORK. receive prompt attention. mother this week. Mrs. Nancy a medium of amusement. In that Mr. and Mrs. Cooper fell into a Tjl3 Reynolds and little grandaughter wa it is a great improvement creek and was drowned while BECAIISE-Thin- gs we get at Chas. C. Davis' Mrs. Cooper was looking after Miss Ida are spending Store are all right. tne over the old fashioned fair where summer with her daughter. Mrs j the entertainment features were the three that had been bitten. BECAUSE Things that go wrong bought at mmm mm m Wm iMieriaHHW111" J. F Watson. Tildeu Krith is in emphasized and where theexhib-Louisvill- All four bodies were buried in " Chink's" place will be made right. Exact Copy of Wrapper. on business this weok. itc tint might be characterized as one grave. Thi cmTiuncMpim. mavOM crrr. The poor man's dollar is worth just BECAUSE E. J. Hamra is up from New instructive were so lacking in LANGDON MEMORIAL as much at Charley's placets the rich man's. Hope spending a Jew days with number as to be largely in the SOCHOL. ivir. aim ftirs, j. u. riiimm. BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store ; Miss nature 01 tne joke, inis max . Katie Bunch is visiting in Crab account for the fact that .so every deal is strictly confidential . Fall term opens Wednesday e immmminmmimmmmnfflm mnnuuHnmnimiuui Mrs. J. M. Owens has of ihe fairs after varying Stpt. 10th. A full Chas. C. Davis is never grouchy if BECAUSE attendance is has been ver3' sick for the pas. seasons of financial success were expected. you don't buy. VERNON DO. week. Everett Watson euter- - compell id to close their gates for As the plan of Cooperation with Try Him. Phone 29. tained a number of his friends at want of patronage, the County High School relieves PRACTICAL a card party Monday night. Mr. The real county fair, agricul-an- d us of teaching those branches, Mrs. A. M. Hiatt spent the tural, industrial and mechanical, we UNDERTAKERS expect to strengthen in night with Mr. and Mrs. R. L, should nvor languish for lack of every way FUNERAL DIRECTORS, possible the work in Smith near Hiatt Wednesday interest. Primarly the AND g the grades aud the industrial teachnight. Miss Otlia Lawrence of lair is for the benefit ol the farmer ing making it as practical E)liAL3IilS ZZ and Frankfort is spending a few das and this is right and proper, for tip to date as possible. Mt. Vernon, Ky, 5 wild nur orotner, ii u Lawrence pracucauy every county is an As Miss Rowlee has been 5 Frank Teuton of Right ricultural county and the farm is engaged to teach jn the County 5 Tenn., has returned, and will be ' the foundation of general pros-read- y High School the girls in that to take his old place in the ' perity. The farmer has to feed .epartnient will Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of have the same E 2 Graded School here. Mrs. A. the world. It is his buinoss to teachers as last year. Miss Rowwork for the company. 2 F, ith the wife of Uncle Tom raise more crops and betu-- crops, lee needs no introduction to the grOrders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points Frith died at Ler home on Friday and the fair should carry infotina patrons of the school and the of last wca, her death was tion to him lessons and sugges people of Mt. Vernon. While H Manager caused from the burns she re tions that will be of value and she will not be one of our Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Buildino- PHONE 112 on the Tuesday before. sistanco to him in hi e.ery d.iy teachers, she will bs a member of (ill She was a true christian, as well work. Iftheiois failure in this the dormitory family and have iiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmimiimmiiimii as a loving wife and mother. She respect the exhioitiou is not a e.sptcial care of the High school is survived by an aged husband success ami is not realizing its girls wno live in the dormitory and thtee sons, who have the possibilities. while attending the County High A sympathy of the whole commnity The county fair should be an ex School. s a check on your payments. "When it comes Lack will be sadly missed bv P sit o of and she resources and a Miss Carry Cathey has been all. She was 1 iid to rest in the mirror of agricultural prog ess secured as grade teacher for the to you it is an indisputable receipt for your mo ne y family grave vard. Miss Nina j and domestic endenvor. By wav coming year. She was offered a Payment by check is a check on spending, too. You the little daughter of Mr. and ot variety, amusement leatures arf position here last January but as Mrs. A. E. Albright has been sick uecssiry, but they sould not be the patrons of the public school think twice before drawing a chpek. And the second :or the past wtek. Miss Worth in such a number as to overbal-Albrigh- t where she was teaching had twice thought often results in your not drawing it at all. celebrated her fifth ance or overshadow the serious by priva e subscription, Saddles, and Harness, raised Open an accouut and you'll save in spite of yourself. birthday by en'ertnining a number business cf thr fair her salary in order to keep her, Bridles, Blankets, Collars, in fact, all kinds X of her little friends. she felt she could not honorably res:gn at that time. Miss Cathey of Horse Goods Sold and repaired. GOOD RKASON FOR HIS I is a Normal graduate and a MT. BANK ENTHUSIASM .For Infants and Children. teacher of several years successMT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, The Kind You Have Always Bought ful experience When a man has suffered for in both public Old Main Street back of Court Hou.se. W. L. RICHARDS, President, several days with colic, diarrhoea and private schools. She is well Bears the A. h. FURNISH, Cashier. 7r ses, . or other form of bow. ci mj" in 'c&'X kiiuWu tj Miss McCoid ana s is then cured sound and well Signature of and considered by her one of the by one or two doses of Chamber strongest, most thoroughgoing Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diar, tout. A FliW WORDS FROM rhoea Remedy, as i . often the i.uuuwio om Aia v& uiiu case, it is intural that he should The place jf Domestic Sciei.ce R. LUKER. C. be enthusiastic in his prai?e of . I have just ended my campaign teacher will be filled bv Mis-the remedy, and especially is this the case of a severe attack when in Laurel and am now in Rock- Adeline C. Ream, who, tho not personally known by Miss Mc life is threatened. Trv it when castle until the election. in need of such a remedy, It jk A m Our line of Couch Caskets I feel that I have a safe ma Cord, is recommeuded by those says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills. Ky., in Sold by Chas. C. jority in Caurel and from the who do know her, in the highest never fails. is unexcelled writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's Davis. Hand-mad- e information that I gain from terms as to her personality, Cofiinsfurnished tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I various parts of Rockcastle. I ability and devotion to her work. Hearse sent to all parts of Misses Clarkson, Abernathy thought the pain would kill me. 1 was hardly able Jack sou Lodge. No 731, F & judge that I have a sale majority to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles 7E I and Robertson who are spending A. M., Livingston. Kentucky fjEr the County in ockcastle. of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon Whereas: Our former SecreI have no mud to sling- - and the vacation with homefolks, AN orders by Wire Promptly Filled gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, tary and Brother, Harry W. during my campaign I have only expect to return to ML Vernon as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give Bowman, was stricken down on asked for earnest consideration ready for work in September. will (if June by the which I have found to be gocd No. 88, the package local the i6th day Phone 94-MT. VERNON, KY carry a coach from Corbin to Mt. hands ol another, aud on the policy. yjyyjiul morning ot the iSth. after all gi'9rffMTfc'-u:'-"'lBSL5&ttc 33; !w?'rTy?yrry'fVt!y? You will have no trouble in Vernon duuing the three days of that could be done bj skill and finding my name on the ballot the Mt. Vernon Fair Aug. 6, 7 friends at 4:00 a. ra. he received because my name will head the and 8. No, 89 the evening local takey the car back and will carry the bummons, and passed into list. passengers the same as morning great Beyond. By casting a vote for me you that a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, Harry, during his short time as will encourage other country boys train. and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, a Mason, did more for Jackson to strive for an education even For Sale: Modern moving tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc, are sure signs of womanLodge than any man that ever though their parents are poor and picture shov, theatre and dance ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's Through his their chances seem to be few. belonged to it. hall in new western city fully tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui leadership, brains, and skill he Thanking you in advance for equipped, ready for running any for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing erected a Masonic Temple for your support, I remain women for more than fifty years. Good kind of show or dance. our lodge that will stand as a Yours truly, money maker. Price 812500. Monument to him for future C. R. Luxer. m Will trade for good property or L"Jii generations to admire. on easy ' sell part, down ballance Lvj His entire life was one of hard A TEXAS WONDER. term. For further particulars, (MAVKU-M- . "-' work for himself and the comThe Texas wonder cures kidne address, O. C. Evans, you need a good pair of shoes munity that he loved so dearly, and bladder troubles, removing Richmond, Ky. DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE "WE although his voice is forever gravel, cures di ibetes, weak and is to. your interest to examine mmmh JL razor-bac- k Old Cull will put his stilled aud bis presence among us lame backs, rheumatism and all USE" hawg on exhibition at the line before you buy tne forever gone, yet not even time irregularities of the kidneys and Wm Jr and has bought two loads fairs can efface from our gatherings in both men and women. And don't Reguhis former wise council; nothing lates bladder troubles in children. of corn for it to eat while getting have to great can blot him from our memories If not sold by your druggist, will ready to appear, before the pub'ic. while life endures. Great as his be sent by mail on receipt of $1. If his hog don't com away but once a loss is to us as a fiiend and as- One small bottle is two montl S wearing the gold medal the week. sociate, greater still is it to those treatment, and seldom fails to judges had better hide out. perlect a cure. Send for testinearer aud dearer to him, the monials from this and other states. surviving Mother, Brothers and Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street FOR FLETCHER'S Malt m KMtKky iy CHAS. C STOLL OIL CO. Lixketoi, Ky. sisters. Nothing that we might St, JfOUjs Mo., Sold by druggist. CAS.T-ORIEas-ern many women ciidure A man cannot understand the torture uncomplainingly. If the majority of men iuDTcrcd as much pain and endured with patience the weakening sicknesses thot most women do, they would ask tor immediate sympathy and look for a quick cure. Many women have been saved from a life of misery and suffering by turning safe to the right remedy Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription a remedy which to take because containing no narcotics, alcohol or injurious ingredients. It is an alterative extract of roots, made with pure glycerin, una first given to the public by that famous specialist in the diseases of women Dr. R. V. Pierce, ot tne Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffalo, N. Y. Mrs. Lizzie M. IIi:ssnr.iMER. of Lincoln, Neb., 529 "C" St., savs: nI scud a testimonial v. ith much pleasures so that some worm 01 your iuun-uu- . suffering woman may know the I was :i great sufferer from fcmaic troubles but afir taking iti.- r.t rir I'ln.vnV. Vr.nritn Procrintion. which a imfriend advis-- uie to take, 1 found myself very much two AfU-proved. takliut three more bottles, and ujing tlm found myself on boxes of Dr. Pierce's Loth.n Tablets, road to recovery. now lam cured. t" lnm female weakness will "I hope all womr'i givo Dr. Pierce's lavonie Proscr' tIou a, fair trial. Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate tiny granules stomach. liver and bow.Has. nrssnriMut. WOMEN TAME NOTICE! end suffering illlOUlltAl). Mi3s Clyde Watsoii returned fiom Richmond, ( f5? say cm heal their afflictions, but it seems only fitting to pause for a moment, and say to the afflicted ones tint we wish to .ill ire in their grief and pay our tribute to the memory of him who w.is dear to us all, and whom we shall ever miss though never forget. In this spirit we tender the heartfelt sympathy of the officers and members of Jackson Lodge, S22T3. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES mi n r I GASTORIA Always The r 1 lH w: - -. .- Susar-coate- d, Bears the M3m f9 Signature I 0iPiM at mi pj In Davis' Use to-da- For Over ll7f!TffTH ! o rs Thirty Years I I,A IIkiu i j mm-Orcnard- old-lim- 1 Ax. DPKET . i a ' a-e- rage ag-Pro- f. COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. 3 r ' BKm as-ceiv- GEORGE OWENS, I 3 Check on The Mt. Vernon Bank I ;'McfxS:pc 3cBuggy 1 co-int- HORSE GOODS, ETC, Wagon I THE OF VERNON CASTOR A SHOE SHOP IN CONNECTION. 1 $3gdc W. T. DAVIS I ::cfcsc5fc UHDBBTAKSB 2& GiMXMTITaTffiiliiliTIfTlfTSI It Always Helps irjJwjYFy S w. a. eoxpi - JONAS McKENZE THE CARDUI The Woman's Tonic SELZ SHOES "ROYAL BLUE" Sek Get a Bottle Today! iBJiBJiajtftJiftJtBJiBJiajiBJiwm wmm IF ri it Tl JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY Children Ury A i , -