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Bar gain a 3 9 oit ) i Snap Model S'.itrut Bfuchcr1; vvA M-- w "PASSES TO HIS - tBft. & O. ! 0!or;l A ?.. . IS iwJjM kS iAIK-J cV -- OVERS W . t $3.50; $4.00 and $5.00 iZ A ilik Jutlge Thomas- Z:u,KjUgei. Morrow, nestor of tho Somerset bar, i.ioi iiig dim known lawyers and politician-- ; in Kentucky, died at his home in Somerset Monday mornin- about 7 o'clock. He had b en m declining: health h0voral weeks and his death .vas not ..u uaex-pectod. Counter e act e bk Mite 2 -f- e. 6C ON SALE THIS WEEK: 10 S4 0 3 Oei e 09 -- ,...v1l,UhV A4VV . miUwi nil. ii.,ui..a.iiiw ...tjinif.i.Mi. ... m 8 ra k -- li4 fiBASKSSM n$$l r 11 mm nm pRl bijp vHifi Jud-- o Morrow was a graduate of Centre college lit Danville hav-in- jj oeen a memher of the famous class of i.s:,:,. Among the members ol tint class who have aice become iamous were W. C. P Brechin-riilgv sVCC ., , V John YounK Drown, Thomas Theod.iro Crittenden, Boyd v kv. xVitohester and othe.s. Ik-- wa; seventy seven year? ofafte, and liad been a hlehng member of the Presbyterian church. He Forved as Circuit Jnd-- e of this district.18 years, and served with great distinction and made many friends thruout tho circuit, in ! . iiw iss:n.e made the race for Uovernor on the Republican ticket against the hte J. Pi octor Knott. IJe as u brother-in-laoi Senator V. O. Bradley. Mrs Morrow died thirteen years ago. 'AfforgfanYmth-.irom Centre CoileRe, Judge Morrow studied law and in located in Somerset for the practice of his profession where ho lived until his death. lie was Colonel of the thirty second Kentucky federal Rogimom, of the Civil War. The funeral was held in Somoisct Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock- - The deceased is survived bv the following rhiMr,,,- h Kdu n P. Morn.w. atttrney for the eastern district of Kentucky;! 1HJ.V11 .uorr.iw, 1 nomas Charles and Samuel Morrow, of .y:ri. iff . i. 0.. oe e c Sies o, Qb.. e. 6i S3) - 0j... SO 18.-1- H 0a. e&. 0 - -- QOlt. eo- 8o est quart Gal, Water Buckets 2 Gal. Covered Buckets 3, 4 and 6 qt Buckets 10 qt Dish Pans Big Granite Dippers Bi Pudding1 Pans Any Kind of Sifter Frying Pans and Shovels 8 qt. Strainer Buckets $ for 10 c for IO c for 10 c for 10 c .t9 69 J3 ao SO v3iC ic.d tcS 60 e9 ! 9 03 ( lor for for 10 c 10 c 10 c oj 4 t 3C3 SO ( 3 C8 d 19 s ant for 10 c for 10 c .9 & 0 w aa 'y M Don't Let the Weather man Worry You "fHE B m Somerset, and Mrs. Caleb Portwcod, of Lexington. o Judgo Morrow was born in Flemingsliurg.'Vy , but removed to Cot.. . Some.s- -t ab mt fifty years ago Since his re,idonce there he h,d liin active in Republican politics, being a leader in the councils of his prrty, and had takon groit interest in all movements which i made tar the best interest of his State mm-rifr- l Karlv in lifi.-hun,u,, .. r tt ....- . ii a States Senator Riadle.v. hihI tlim'r i;h - ir..i. .. v" " luoi"ci ;ih it inosi inappy one. !Q9 iiimii - In Judso Morrow's death, the Republica-- i party loses a valued ce.- C6e. counsellor and the Slate loses one of its distinguished citizens 100 Other Big Bargains . -- 10 c ft OS c ssa it 0 ! irnTi mrinirTrn'irfriii in -- 0y Watch the window to see the Wonderful Barpains next week All o ! 8 o ..;,i - Summec Goods at e : 6t I. KOI) IN All Miss Ada Ward f:ur at London (hi, ndora Boy.i oi tin- - TAR HEEL STATE flat" Gee.. S ) B U. G One -- Reduction IT T7"T",1 r Al r A nk Bier H M f 40 o so c-- BKrBjaBMEMMVHK. 3 tin & a i e ! ra 1 - . hi v T1 . .isj ? ) -- .jBTak. is easily forgotten, usually borrowed, and 1 .... lXAAiiitakikiibi.i.ZZZr-T?Dear Mr. Maret and Boosk-- r s : etter chlJpi"s with uference to! this week. Mr. and M.s. II. H.'und weatherman ivr- ..p Wav. tT..,.l.: is t: iji. p, COURT ....w ... .... lT J . O '"""''"w" ui .".uiioiesooro are, ijBoonething ' likeTliMrr ic un ww tn'irinia.Mrs.visitinpCtier narents ..wj.G.. IN THE DISTRICT STATES. Or THE UNITED iet a C. Owens. J. fc row it, and and ging after with hor t nrr sorrv tr vou don carrv and spending a . J Ci J .1 i ll KeeP aiteru,e Uoone Riddle and his sister, Miss Minnie, , 1 isister, Mrs. W.Jfl. GravelWrs 1 For the Eastern District of Kentucky, ' CIO . bOtnerea il yOU ProP0fcition merits success. visited their brother J. W. Riddle Dave Cottengrm is visiting in Bankruptcy ' 'e 'i'Uo all we can to help you. from Saturday until Tuesday. in Corbin and ' shine or shower one of our ClotncraitjMr. llnd Mrs. QK F iu fcn0 'natter j siurely Our Bible reading goes on, not a bankrupt. ' N" BuckkbR, Secretary. one Sunday has been missed this eaSV to sliO On lllrnl to their homeuri Lexineton ratneoatS tS lUSt tile tiling. T four year old child of, ' year.-- lhe ' carry two' iP 0n the 2Cshday of August, A.D. nor easy to mislay or for-- !llOMOfopIkf. , They weeks The Mt. Vernon Graded High Mr. and Mrs George Parrott, r; to 1913, on considering the petition died, last week and was taken to of the School aforesaid bankrupt for disJackson county forburrial Some charge, filed on the 20th day of BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 8th of our Cove people went over to August, A. D. 1913, it is ordered Buckeye, last Sunday to hear Eld. first ot Hie weelc Byron Montof a day Ciiizens, parents and children, Green Fish, who, fdled his regu by the court, that a hearing be had gomery, the little son, of M"r. and upon the same on the Mth day of September lar appointment. Eld. Sowers Clothcraft raincoats are guaranteed pure Mrs. T. H.-- Likins is seriously remember - Monday, uorw October, A. D. 1913, before said1 Tret's begiti .to eet will preach at NewChesnut Ridge court at ill, and his recovery is considered Sth. Richmond in said district will keep shape in uouotiui There will be ready for this. "day. Let's make4-nex- t wool and rainproof. Sunday. Everybody come at 10 o'clock, an Ice in the forenoon, or Cream supper given at the Brod- - tins a sp.eudld opening, day. Pat- out and hear the gospel iu its as near thereto as practicable, spite of bad weather and nard wear and ents, come out and see that vour simplicity. ncuu oiuueu scnooi Duuding, that notice thereto he published children come too. Win tw We have them in your size inavarietyoijWednesday evening, sept. 3rd. make this our best school year? MOTHERS! HAVE YOUR one time in the Mt. Vernon Signal. a newspaper in said district, and CHILDREN WORMS? Are you willing to help? Are you weaves and colors. Priced the same as Are they feverish restless, irri- all known creditors and other per c delightful music win be going to send.your children every the saving-wil- l Clothcraft Clothes $7 to day and visit yourself as olten as table, nervous, dizzy or constipated sons in interest may appear at pick their youotu'? Join the school people. Do they eontinually teeth? Have said time and place and snow help to swell your rainy day fund. nose or grind their cause, if anyi they have, why the See the teachers and tell thtm e .andblack-boardsforththat they cramping pains, irregular and prayer of for tile next Shower One nOW primary you sid petitioner should are with them in all efforts for tavenous appetite? These arc room. Citizens and visitors are not be granted. earnestly requested to come and a better school. Let our slogan all sigrs of worms. Worms not Witness the Honorable A. M. J. only cause your child suffering, be. "Children, off to school " j help a worthy cause. Mr. and but stunt its mind and growth. Cochran. Judge of said Court, and The School Board. Mrs- - W P R'gsby were with h s Give ' Kickaooo Worm Killer" tne seal tliqreoi, at Kichmond, m parents in Preaehersville Tuesday at once. It kills and removes said district, on the 2Gth day of COVE the worms, improves your child's August, A. D. 1913. J. W MKNZiirs, Clerk. appetite, regulates stomach, liver noV THE TROUBLE STARTS By W. C Bennett, D.C RE. Bell filled his appoint-mentatthi- s and bowels. The symptoms Constipation is the cause of many pVoe Sunday THE ailments and disorde s that make Notick: All persons indebted Our disappear and your child is made rchool is getting along nicely with happy and healthy, as nature to the estate of A. T. Fish will call life Take Tablets, keep vour Mr. Chas Andt rson teacher We intended. Chas. C Davis or by at my office, and settle same at WrcyAl mail. 2c. regplir and vou will avoid Him. h: d a good rain la-- t week, for Kidkapoo Indian Medicine once. CaofruJW.s(: diseases. For sale by Ch is. C. ' wh ch we all should he very hank-fi- Company. S. D. Lewis. " iavis. Mrs. Char'.ie Helton of Vir- - Ehiladelphia, Pa. St, I.oui- - Mo. Adrar. t ! t i frequently lost umbreiiai a poor wap" n t r against the wninas and waiks ox .1 'is Vrst j it 'CJ i.. .. "J1USINKS IS weolc LanMiss 1 visiting ancL BOONE WAY ,c ,. jjBjBUMfcjma,,,,,, jin & OOD IN ii.att section ASHVIULE " ..,,.,, . t. !8o es... .- - Pr 1 i ce - To -- A tg 03 1 1 ; .....Ji::::::" ss:::::::2::::::::::::s:::::::s:s;::5s::UU;ii;;:H::.:i:i :...:.:::::;;:: ;.:;. aSBtBlA ,. ittes . " T. J. ASHER THE MILLION DOLLAR LUMBERMAN INTERESTED IN BOONE WAY WasiOTa, Kv., Aug. 27, 1913. Mr.Jaraes Maret, Sec'y, Mt. Vernon, Commercial Club, Mt. Vernon. Ky. Dear. Sir: Referring to your letter of June 30th. of this year, to C. W. Metcalf, at Pmeville,Ky.,in regard to proposeiLtrip of Jas. T. Voshell, Highway Engineer from the office of Public Roads, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. Washington, D C over the "Old Wilderness Road " or "lioone's Path Trail." from Crab Orchard Orchaid to Cumberland Gap, Tenu., I notice that x!r Voshell was to leave Crab Orchard on June 30th., igl3; I should like to know if the trip was made. If so, has be made a report on the matter? Give me all the information t at you can on the matter, and the propo.ied bill as it now Stands, and whether or not there has been anything done in Congress. I am very anxious to see this piece ot road built, and it there is anything that 1 can do to assist in the matter, I shall be vex-- glad to do it. Yours very truly, y -- d.-.- vs . I rela-!U'a- v For ItS sSn I n. j I wf . They i $J5 otKeraT tlfJZ Jt, I Gt Don't wak CC Site 1 Sutton & IVIcBee gg. CLOTHCPAFT STORE nrs-prahl- d. T. S. ASHER, agg: iFmgmKsrsssagsin. m mw&vimtq&imfa vc -- W. I soc-- .'-- - -- mK j . -- n. , f7 - f..- - , yt. M.I - .j A ""I v' V roads congre-swin open, tor :i weeks Stssion, at Kentucky Our iu formation is that you own Detroit, on September ayih Aug 29, 19 13 AND TELLS UOWGKESS Friday, a large farm near Bowling Green, There is no danger of the pubfrom every state will be in TO LET WILSON ALONE Ky-- , also that you have not made lic at large exaggerating the im attendance Two thousand read Published every Friday by a success of it, and knowing that uortance of the recent develop advocates will discuss the problem "If Congress will adopt the EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. you are always interested in and ssfcctaasfeaMiK&aSsaasKw policy toward the White House ment in Eastern Kentucky. Into ot National aid to highways. open for an investment in a d it the railroads luve gone, tunnel $1.00 live business propostiun, I talc.' the tlie Wlnte House has adopted mo the mountains-- , DESCRIPTION ONli Y11AR On request of "Joint Committee bridging the toward Mexico the handling of the on Federal aid iu the construction liberty of presenting to you vhat .,,. ., . : ' lUiAH-il1""ation win be made .trealns, ex'ending the rails, until of Post Roads" our Commercial Advertising rates made known on seems to me to be an excellent "a lost continent has been found', business proposition, and in which cusiei aiiu piuunuiy peace will bt tnd devoted to the interests ol Clnb's secre ary has reported-names- , application said ReDresentativi no doubt, you will take a lively in- hastened. routes and distances of the Harvey Helm, of Kentucky, who civilization. mail traveled highways of Rock terest. Please advise me of the The Lovisville & Nashville road, MKMBKR OF was chairm m of the House e amount of .slock you wish to sub cas'le county, and forwarded the KENTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION 011 Expenditures in the tho Baltimore & Ohio road, the same to the Committee at Wash cribi: towards the format i n of a S5I2ZC; Chesapeake & Ohio road are all company for the exploitation ot War Department during the last striviug for foothold in this unde. ingtou. Congress. A this idea. ....., . dismtch . from veloped region of coal deposits. E1.KH0UN City, in Kasteru Ke w.-.u:- . i i. aoouo mm: Mr. The object of this campnny is to ' The foi'ces there long hidden are tucky will be he terrniuu-'o- f three operate a large cat ranch near ilelm 'f chock ful1 of War lore as to be released. Schools and great railroads. Mining oper.s-atiot.- s "r "n"ulluuU!5 Q1S uom Bowling Greeu, Ky., wheio Ian J " . churches are springing up everyon a laree scale and coke can be purchased cheap for that mittee lias raaue, and he took a where, hotels and railroad stations ovens of large capacity nrn alreuiy ' stand ttrongly opposed to Ameri CON'SEkVATlO.M.STS thoDki find purpo.se. New towns are built, and the old in operation at many points ai.d v To start with will mllnf can int.rventioa in Mexico if it is towns, long on the map, highly suggestive the proposal have taken wituni a Drii t span ot u lew years It rtM A.. 11 . ni.nU 14. have never before displayed so extenllftC Kid that the United States and Canada say one hundred thousand cats on new life and new hope with the Eastern Kentucky will achieve, by t.Vi-Hr YJ ' Rich nnt". tvill inin in liuilrimcr 1 waiv irrn lriitnc "Lt Congress will let thePresi- - coming of these new forces. sive a line of well selected young nu ans of these the for ten !Ion,fc a.ly,ie uml &ive him freedom The skins will Rivrr bTraisp the Wei aBara Let Louisville awaken "wiuk with iIlkico there will necessity of reaching this to he title of being the greatest c.ial belt 'in,.. i.,(,n.:,,...,!l.i0 j av'f lilt. ..I,;,- - nn-- c lrt irr5n Toir S 1. suits as this season. inriim W lll- - UUV.O IW k. vtt ,v, U( I lltllll'lltl' i UK. llll section in the world. "'nwrnatioiial conflict," said waterways commission lecom- - ny - iive cents for the pure black of the State. It is hers by right of Speak 1X0 of the work of the mends such a structure to the con-- We will have about twelve million Air. ueim, but it this agitation inheritance, but she must fight to nolieviiit.-tli.i- t !iao clothes tlint will appeal in Congress keeps up and the House Committee on U.inking and sideration of Coperes: and esti skins to sell at an average of thirty maintain her position. She must Currency :i!wl to you, wo wuulil lik' you to come in :miUee . -- .. ., rf .Qfof uv. and ot the Democratic mates the cost at. 3, 000,000 "The cents each, making our revenue Pl'esill'lll. join with the people of this section ,are continually harassed about Caucus, the President said: "I am our line. benefits to Lake Erie ports," it is about $10,000.00 per day gross t,,e Pr"li0sllio" by members of in promoting the interests of all prjud, as every Democrat must be pointed out, "would be incalculA man can skin fifty cats a dav; sections. Rivalry is not one of of the way in which the committee able.' he will charge 2. a day for his heir own political party trouble force but one Wh.'ther to look uv 10 lmyt wi- - shall he tlml of service. Com- and the caucus have accomplished The level ofLakeEnehas been labor; it will take about one hun- is likely to come. to have an opportunity to show you these "Tne United States certainly merce is not predatory warfare ; a consistent piece ol construcme appreciably lowered by the loss of dred 1m.11 to operate this ranch; it is a civilizing agency. If Louis- work. With the frankest discus iooil clothes the water that has been taken from therefore the proiit will be about does not want a war, even with ville is going to share in the Mexico The South is just now biou and under the at.lest leader the Great Lakes system by th. $S,ooo 00 a day. of th s section ot" the ship, the Democrats have shown getting its nose well above water tgaasdtasisijgaeasg Chicago Drainage Canal and the We will feed the cats on rats, well, it really is swimming State, she must do all in her their capacity as a party to serve power plauts at Niagara Falls. It and we will start a rat ranch ad power, thru all of her activities, to the country by an admirable piocr is consiaered important to restore jciuing the cat ranch. The rats along famously. But every effort promote mB that development: j&t C If . w of husmesi legislation. It must the original level for the purpose! will multiplv four times ts last as should be to promote peace by W ifi1 Louisville Post. stimulate the country to see such We must of commerce. The probable cost cats, and if we start with one nun this Government. M-li Ji3 reckon with a certain amount of What is the Post doing? Has it ev.dences of harmony along with is looked upon as a mere bagatel.e dred thousand rats, we will have ever said a word to encourage the constructive purpose iu a work ol in comparison with the importance four rats a dav for each cat. which uamjc to American property. . i eveu me loss 0l liveb perhaps, m building of highways in the maun no small complexity aud difficulty. of the proposed undertaking. is plenty. tains? Highways are as imj.o tant Courier Journal. We will fesd the cats on rats and Mexico due toilstate of brigand-iRED EYES OF bORROW as railways, yet when the mounThis is another instance whereturn will feed the rats on the'age Wnich Cannot properly be prominent faction tains suggest a way to feet a trunk The Morning Telegram of New in the Courier Joui mil would be stripped carcasses of the cats, thuschar8pd t0 -- ) Jj line national highway built thru York thus pictures the hay fever pleased to see Cong 1 ess appropri- giving each iat h of a cat. dlrectly- The great Ameiii&n the mountains the Post objects to sufferer: ' am watching the develoj ate $3.5.000 to further assist the It will be seen by these figures government aid saying the moun- sneez, at once the handmaiden mcnts in Mco with keenest water way systems on which our the business will be a and herald of the gonron Ha Deposit a P.-u-t of Your Estrn-itii'- s government has expended probab- ing automatic one. The cats will "Merest and thus far believe the taineers should "dig her own roads. None of the Louisville Fever, is heard in the land. Red ly more than a billion dollars. 'A eat the rats, and the rats will eat Administration lias been eminent in the papers except the Herald, have eyes of sorrow, noses that blush mere bagatelle. " Yes but when the cats, and we will get the skins. ly correct in pursuing a hands-oltreated the mountains with any i woe, heavy beads and fevered the mountains, last winter, sugWe have made arrangements policy. If Congress would keep gested (bat Congress give half a with the fiddler's union to supply its hands off , too, the quieting of kind of half way justice but in brows mark the army of the desNo malter how large or how Mexicans would be accomplished justiceall along the line. The Jointed. Of hay fever cures there million to build a highway from them with cat-guthousand, but none si rves small 0111 earning, or income, sooner. "I believe if we let Louisville Commercial Cmb and area Cumberland Gap to Crab Orchard Yours very truly, some oc the bushier men, have to stay the dragon of sniffling. every 111:111. unman ami child this same paper not onlv condemnU. F. C RE ASUS. President Wilson alone he will Those who c 111 go to the pines of done some good won: in have Huerta eating ed the movement but criticised the out of his should sav- - a part ami lav it P. S. This proposition could be our movement toward putting Burnim Wo id I take it the w.iou mountaineers for having the cheek better carried out on a large larm hand in a little while." by. The Rainy Day " m;iy Hoone Wsiy thru. The Louisville va pine may find assuagement. to bring out such a proposition. (aud we understand this is the come, but it ir" far less likely papers could ' e of great assist Those who must perforce, remain By the way the Courier Journal kind you have) near a running to come if you have :t Savings mice iu this v. .c but they simply in Duntinane blink tearfully and has never moved from that stand stream of water. If you are interunseeing, hoping that drama will refuse to do tiny thing, yet they Account, for ''Money in the nor has it ever taken back any of ested let us hear from you. ask the patronage of ths moun- repeat herself aud bring the wood i often a Good Fiiend the condemnatory words used and relief G re iter is it n questains for subscriptions and sup gainst our undertaking; a move- that will help you over rnudi COSTLY TREATMENT. port for then publications and tion than currency, tariff, Sulzer ment that when accomplished I was troubled with constipa-mean- s place.. patronage to the business men of or Thaw. Its victims suffer more to the mountains than turn and indigestion and spem One dollar opon.s tho account the sufferthe Fulls City. It seems that the and those who wa-call tho railroads ever built or to be hundreds of dollars for medicine city an its newspapers are Avork-ing- ings feel in all sympathy, sorrowC. H. built into or thru its everlasting au.d treatment", writes BANK WITH US CHATTANOOGA, August i. nitiOW, Arlv. "I Weill crosspui poses so far as the ed and distiessed. It curseth l, lull,. nnrl .,,,rv ii AUUltS, kUU'1"UieS, Ol T.OI11 lincilil-oa St n great value of railroads, o there hncujfQi ;,, tvt. rriano alcr in.... (Special j The Chairman of the mountain-.o- f South Eistern Ken him th .t hath aud him that conk., Grand Army Entertainment Com - 'tncky isconcerned. Boone Way templates. The mightiost noses is your companion. Yet this cure was effected. On returnine has closed a contract with will be built without the endorse- sire not immune. The idiosyncra"mere bagatelle" of three and q home I began taking Chamber mittee, MT. VERNON, KY. Jobny Green, famous Cardui bird ment or aid of the Louisville sies of birth or temperament are 'Iain's Tablets, and worked right half million in amount is seven its only oxplanation . Only the 'usea uiem lor Sonifc man and waterfowl, to make three pres . times more than our people expects '. K" flights in Chattanooga during the season marks its advent. Mil " to ask Congress to, The C. J. is g nn? G. A. R. Reunion, to be held in SUFFERED E:ZE1A FIFTY lions of money for all othei mal against our nonie people bemg Chattanooga Sept. ij 20. YEARS -- NOW WELL sidles, but no philanthropist to assisted toward' better highways SUPPOSE (ireen is the mau who made the Seems a I0113 time to eudure the limnce the finding of a paraeea UAcKS KiliST DAV Aug 18 but gladly espouses the claims of Suppoe you keep a diary of the record flight in Cardui Fiver No. awful burning, itching, smarting for h;iy fever! No fund is rsi:sed the waterways for million upon 1 over Lookout a, 'toMer"' -- t ) send the sufferers to the pines, Mountain during skin disease hurtful things you say millions, but if the mountains in another name for U. C. V. Reunion last May. Eczema nnr yet a cent to bring the pines asking for justice iu the wny of And the heedless deeds you're the He was the first man to attempt Seems good to realize, also, that to the- sufferers. doing in the turmoil of the It is the In Federal or other aid toward high Dr. Houson's Eczem i that dangerous fbght, refused by has proven a perfect Ointment tie things tint ma' day; up life. ways the C. J. is 'agin it" every cure. 1 I Suppose you keep a diary of the so many other prominent aviators Mrs. D. L Kenuey writes: "I and hay fever, because it rarely time. We will wager there are no A feature of his exhibition next canuot sufficiently express my slays, is held a little thing. n .jt.rrn iVr'mJia run v in selfish things you do? ninann h "jewels" about that editorial office Don't you think that it would month will be a fl ght in his Cai-d- thanks to you for vour Dr. should no longer be overlooked building. How cold there be in w Ky It Piyei No. 2. equipped with Hobson's Ezcema Ointment. help te make a kinder man the absence of consistency. has cured Ihv tetter, which has It is better to battle it than to hydroplanes, up the Tennessee troubled me for over of you? fifty years " build pipe organs. Where is our Hay Fever Commission or Foun Suppose some wintry evening River. This will be the first by- - All druggists,, or by mail 50c. Postmaster General Burleson is CO M PLETE LI NE droplaue flight ever made by any ppeiffer'chemioal CO dation? when you're sitting all alone making many changes in the DeSouthern aviator. Coffins, Caskets and Robes, St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa. partment, which will result in the You could read your careless Visitors to the G. A. R. Reunion speeches and recall the bit Mail. Teleirranh or TrIp- -saving of much money and will ' HOPEWELL will do well not to miss these flights ler tone phone orders Promptly eliminate much He has n That had hurt a brother's feel by the famous aviator, free to all, -Rev. abridged the letters in the DepartJames Barnes spent j Filled. ings, as the past came in and should look out for the dollar Wednesday SUMMER COLDS ment also, to this extent that all with his sou Alfred.-Hom- er bills, which he drops among the review, rapidly reduce human strength unnecessary words be left out of Carraical is on the sick Don't you think that it would crowds below, as he goes hurling list. Mr. William Kirby has and illness is easily contracted, correspondence. He has directed: been help to make a gentler man through the air. bulbcott s Emulsion will confined to his room for two months "that the names of officers of the promptly relieve the cold and ot you? and remains in a critical condition. department in addressing official 100 REWARD Si 00. upbuild your strength to If you wrote down every mean. Born to the wife of Rev. Carmi-ca- l communications be not used; that The renders of this paper will SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION prevent sickness. ness that in haste you':e be pleased Co, A seven pound boy. -- Miss instead of addressing one of the & Bowne learn tlisvt there Scott guilty of, bloomficld. n. j. 13.28 is al lesist one dreaded disease that Bertha Caruncal spent Friday with assistant postmasters general by TirrrrTf i Every little selfish action, every science has been able to cure in her sister. Mrs Stee Carpenter, his full title the words first assistat thoughtless kick and shove all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Mt. Vernon. Rev. Clouse filled ant, second assistant, etc., only be That you gave aslippiug brothet Hall's Csitarrh Cure is the only his regular appointment at Mt. used: and that the use of any salu positive cure now known to the as your toil you hurried medic il fraternity, tation and complimentary closing MAIL ORDER Catarrh being Pisgah, Saturday and Sunday- .through, Mrs. Ida Evans of Mt. Vernon, be discontinued. Ou account of a constitutional disease, requires Don't you think that it wor.ld a constitutional treatment. Hall's spent Sunday with her the large volumeof correspondence sister help to make a better man Catarrh Cure is taken internally Mollie Kirby at this place. The handled in the department it will Round Round acting directly upon the blood recent rains that have of you? Trip Trip thus be seen that a great saving in been for the and mucous surfaces of the sys-- , past week, was welcomed very time of the clerical employes will tern, thereby destroying the REMARKABLE CURE OF be effected by this innovation, loundaiion of the disease, and much by the farmers in this part SPECIAL TRAIN They sail the high and DYSENTERY. giving the patient strength by especially, those who mean to sow thereby considerably raising the low seas of commerce. "I was attacked with dysentery building up the constitution and wheat Mr. anr" Mrs. Ste-- e Cxr individual employe's capacity for about July 15th, and used the assisting nature in doing its work. penter of Mt. Vernon, spent SatThey pay millions a writing letters as well as reducing other The propritors and doctor's medicine have so much urday and Sundiy ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. year for advertising. the amount'of so called 'red tape.' remedies with no Telief, only with Charlfe faith in its curative powers that . Their profit is millions. which too often hampers the work getting worse all the time. 1 was they offer One Hundred Dollars Carmical. The Sunday School at Spike their guns with of the fcovernraent, Mr. Burleson unable to do anything and my for any case that it falls to cure Hopewell is still progressing nice generous advertising in ly- I20 send for list of testimonial. believes that by attention to just weight dropped from I45 to & JcCgfoCfc :C$3C&3fc this your home paper. Address F. J. Ciienky & Co., such small details as this the pounds. I suffered for about two FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles -- C TD TIT Toledo, Ohio, ft governmaot wiP be saved annually months when I was advised to and Eyeglasses for $l.oOaml up. Gold, ag use Chamberlain's Colic, Chole-& Sold bv all Druggists, 75c Use the mail order's I Silver and Aluminum Frames, larmany thousands ol dollars." Family Pills for and Diarrhoeattemedv. I used Tr.kv own weapon For Infants and Children. gest selection in town. Kyes tested g &S two bottles of it and it gave me const i. t MT. VF.UNON, KY, The Kind You Have Always ADVERTISING i i Free. Years of experience. Bought permanent relief," writes B. W. C fv ft Fron tRooms over Baker's Store Hill.of Snow Hill, N. C. For fn r tin FIR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S JuHUhR AM) OPTICIAN. salefby Chas. C. Da. is. Signature of COX BROS. STORE (Copyright, , by W. K. U.) Deor MT. VERNON SIGNAL! "-- "-. a., Jan. 10 i(JiL AVE bin I DON'T WANT WAR HHLM APTLY RMAUKS tT ittfi rgWim ii' s - nij mmki Development in Eastern national De"-egat- es Spring and Summer showing" of ! .. . 1 Yo y og Mens Com-ui'lte- 001 wtWm ;;"Kl" j 1 -- Old Men and Boys7 i Clothes 1 rfY ' fiv-m- T -"''yn. We m-I- I v. J .,, men's ? 1 w-- i; ! fjTV-.irs'r- a j C V. f Krii -', V 1 . 1 Livingston, Ky. I n ; a-- one-fourt- i ' at self-act-- 1 ' f 1 PeojDlesBank t. p. Ji.-in- h ! 1 at ..uu.j ,1 l PEOPLES BANK , "" -- kn-jw- u - GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER ;i ui Brodhead r red-tap- e. T :c:: $.50 &h2&Qfr'i!JMjl rt CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, AUG. 31st -- PIRATES .50 i Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am POUND! a H-ii- r CASTOR A 1 vunover i. ii n Dentist h ChWdrtn Children Ory X O ASTORIA ,s- I "S... CASTORIA &tffflK 31V EU J. C. MOORE fr--'- v h t- - - "r A V .,tix3rmjii it jr rntit gr? c-; " mii i ' ji'':i:s'' .TgiTV-, iVJiin tfsass&ftji - ML VERNON SIGNAL -- J. Fish, the cloibier, is in Cincinnati buying goods. Mrs. E. S. Albrght and child' Mt. Vbuxok, Ky. , Aug 2g, 1913 ren are in London for a few days. Cq11 up No. 79" wneri Master Raoiy Richards is visit7 I jyou va n toCommuni cate with SIGNAL ing relatives in Grllatin county. Mrs. Lauretta II latt jpcnt sever-- , al days with Mr. aud Mrs. G. S. The ne'w 'store room of Sutton & McBee, when completed will certainly be a beauty. 79 i I I IS I If1 I JI JLJSL IIS'A I Hiatt. LOCAL l The newest thing istowrvis Vel vet Neckwear for Young Men. at The suit ol Emily Johnson TIME TABLE. cents at Fish's, of course. John ministratrix of John IL-r22 uortn 4.59 p m 50 K R. Co., has 24 nortn The couuty teachers Institute son v s the L. & N 3:53 a m W south 11:38 a i begins at Brodhead, next Monday. engaged the attention of the court iuesday. joilnsou was '11 South 12:19 am Every teacher is 'expected 'killed in the Louisville yards. Tas. Landrum, Agent. present. while in the employee of the railPhone No. 8. D. M. Cress sold and delivered road. The case w.ll go to the to J. M. Craig this week 36 hogs Jury today. Kuler?l at tlie Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoflice at 8 cents, making a total 0522.22 mail matter. a steond-cias- s On Saturday September 20, for the bunch. ryi3. I will offer ror sale, to the PEHSOBAL Foii Salk: One good horse, highest bidder at my home ou W. some corn and some larmins: tools Mrs. Cas Cox visited relatives at Main St. Mt. Vernon, a lot of etc. oee rcupero Memiee. on East Bernstadt this we ek house hold and kitchen furniture, Aug. 28 2t. Reniro Creek. some doors, and heating stoves. Mts. Mary Tow pry is spending We have made arrangements Sales privately if desired. My a few daws with her sister, Mrs. whereby we are able to furnish, home and two 1 :ts are also for sale Robt. Cox each week the latest markets from privately on easy terms. ' Mr. and Mrs. Edd Glick ol CovWilms Adams ington, are with Judge atul Mrs. Cincinnati, Chicago, and other Aug. 22-4- t. points. G. M. Ballard. Do not fear Pelagra if you have Rev. George Watson will return ajar of tbe Nesbitt Golden Oint Cecil Wells of Roachdale. Indiana is visiting his grandfather, S. tomorrow from Frankfort, where ment. It has cured all skin !.... ,.lt.. J!( uis t...'AH ue. uiis uecu aiJuiiuuij; t.a vutanoa . tlis..aves 01f sores, piles, burns, Riddle at Mt. Vernon. at tne fresbyterian ec.ema, and blood poison. Pi ice Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bently of and will preach, church Sunduy morning and $1.00 per jar. Address Nesbitt Louisville, were with relatives evening. Golden Ointment Co. during the week. here J oel Anglfn was awarded Mt. Vernon, Ky. 500. Aug. George Proctor has been sufThe Royal Amusement Co.. vith fering for the past few weeks with damages against the L. & N. Anglin claimed damages on the tuei ry-g- o round, and shows aud an ahcess in his head. railroad com- amusements, will pitch tents on Dr. and Mrs. Conover have re- grounds that the pany because of certain changes Willis McKenzie's lot just North turned from a weeks visit at their had caused the water to change its of depot on Richmond Street, 011 old home in Columbia. course, overflowing bis land and Monday September Sth. for a one Homer Chesuut is suffering from causing the damage. weeks stand. A percent of the a bad burn about the lace caused At a meeting of the Democrats gross receipts will be devoted to by the explosion of a lamp. Boone Way, postage and printing Any. E. R. Gentry is able to of Livingston, held last Saturday was elected Commit- fund. be 011 ihe streets again after suf- J. H. Walton for that precinct, to fill the fering for a few weeks with ty- teeman THE COUNTY ItfSriTjrtS. vacancy caused by the death of phoid. Our County institute will meet Mr. A. Pennington, This was a H. Pinkerton, twin brothJames splendid seclection. Mr. Walton September 1st at Brodhead for its er of James Pinkerton, passed is a true blue Dernocaat aud a fine Week's session. We hope to have through Mt. Vern. n today, en gentleman. the biggest and best institute ever route to Mexico held iu this county. We have a SCHOOL PER CAPITA. wry able instructor, Mr. C. D Judge S i i . ,tis was in Louis Supt. Baiksdale Hamlett an- Lewis, of Berea, and also a music vi'le, during ill.: week, lo see Mrs. Lewis who has been there some nounces that the common school teacher from Berea. Thursda per capita lor Kentucky this year the Institute is parents' and trus lime for treatment, s Airs. Cbarjey Helton of Alex will be $.01. The bottom has tee's day. The afternoon session andria, Va., is with her patents dropped out of the dog lax through- that day .will be devoted to agriMr. and Mrs. C. (3. Owens near out the State and but few schools culture and rural life. Parents, will receive money from this don't miss this day. Orlando, this county. Mrs. R. B. Mullins, Walter source, Williams Jennings Price, nomiNOTicn: All "persons indebted nated for minister to Panama, is a Mullius and Master Benjamin Mullins are with Dr. and Mrs. R. to W. M.Hayes ate respectfully Kentuckian, who lives atDanville, W. Dyche at London. asked to come in and settle with the home of Seuator Ollie James. Dr. and Mrs. William A, Jones me as I hnyegone out of business His friends describe him as a "fine of Irvine, are rejoicing over the and want to close up my accounts. Christian gentleraau." He is sec arrival of a fine girl baby. They So pease come and settle. If you retary of tl e Baptist Sunday-schoo- l havn't the cash, just now come formerly lived at Wildie. in Danville. Of course, he prominent citi- aud settle by note, but I am need- js a Democrat, and has been one all Crate Evans, a zen of the Level Green section, ing the money which would suit his life. He was a delegate to the died Wednesday. He had a stroke me much better. Thanking my Denver convention, and is a fol custome.s for past favors, I am lower of W. T. Bryan. About oC paralysis a year ago. yours repectfnlly, forty yeirs ago he was born in Mr. and Mrs. Willis Adams exW, M. Hayjjs. Kentucky Aug. 2o-3and has lived there ever leave in October, for Calipect to S. Lock, the Hook wotm since. He was graduated from Dr. J. fornia, where they will more than specialist, will complete hs work the Central University, took a post likely make their future home. Wed-ielay. graduate course iu law, aud taught Miss Winifred Wanzer has re- in Rockcastle next turned to her home in Urbaua. Thruout the county the ltsp.mse law there for eight years. lie has lt. never married, and is one of the Ohio, after spending a mouth with has bee;i good, but hero in Vernon there has been about one eligible bachelors of the new Air. and Mrs. Arch B. Furnish. out of every fifty, submMd speci- diplomatic corps. Miss Lucy Mortineau of Zanes mens. This is no childs p. y and ville, Ohio, will be House matron LIST SMALL There are not so Domestic Art, at it is surprising to know that over ten democrats ou the eligible and teacher of many people look at such an imLangdon Dormitory for next year. list for appointment under the portant matter, with such utter Collector in this Internal Revenue Prof. J. S. Irvine Principal of indifference. Parents what about istri ct. There are Graded School hss returned from your children? If they are in jobs to be given out byabout ninety the collector his summer vacation and is mak jected with anv of these paiasites preparations for tbe opening you want to know7 it and if not The next Civil Service examinaing tion will be held in February. It of school on Monday Sept. 8th. the trouble to find it out is very Miss McCord has returned ftom insignificant, compared with the usually takes four months for the her vacation and is now busily en satisfaction of knowing that your papers to be graded in Washington practically all gaged making preparations for child is free from such infections. City. Therelore, republican store keepers aud the opening of the La,ngdon MeWe urge our people to awake to morial school, one week from next the importance of the occasion. gaugers are entrenched uutil that time. The examinations are so Tuesday. Remember what you do must be hard that but few pass, so it will Ed Jones is here from Wjlliams, done before next Wednesday. a long time beforo the democrats Minn., for a few days visit with That is the last opportunity. will be able t slice the pie as all his mother. He came by way of ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE jobs are protected b the civil serNew York City, where he spent ' The undersigned, administrator vice. several days with his brother, William, who is on the police force of the estate ol A. T. Fish, will, COVER CROPS. between the hours of one o'clock of New York. and tour o'clock in the afternoon, Kentucky land is largely made Miss Maud Rowlee, who spent her vacation abroad writes fiom on Sept. 22d, 1913, at thi front up of rolling, hill', or even mounBoston, that she expects to arrive door of the County Court House, tainous areas with most of its soil Miss in Mt. Vernon, Ky., offer for sale of a clay formation. These two in Mt. Vernon tomorrow. RowTlee will have charge of the 10 sharos of the capital stock of conditions, present a most favorHigh School work at the Graded the the Bawc of Mt. Vernon, each able condition for washing and in School this year. share being of the face value of nearly every part of the slate one Dr. R. H. Lewis was over from becomes impressed with the terriWildie Monday, and states that he $100. He will also offer for sale at the ble damage done annually by the expects to build a modern home right away at Wildie. We are led same time and place 5 Shares of gullying of sloping areas caused to believe that Dan Cupid has of the Capital Stock of the Cili- - by heavy rains. Corn is Ken been shooting some arrows into zen'8 - Bank of Brodhead, each! tucky's principal crop, especially the Doctor. being of face value of $100. from the stand point of area planted Mr. and Mrs. Carnelius, of Ben- share Terms of sale, will.be made cash and this crop after the thorough ton, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Watson, of Missouri, were the guests in hand, and it will be sold as a loosening of the soil from cultiva of Mrs. Mary Williams the fust of waole, or by the share, to suit the tion during thesummer leaves the Mrs. Carnelius aud purchase! or purchasers. the week. ground in peifect condition for Mrs. Wats jn are nieces of Mrs This the 2 tst day of Aug. i9r3. washing and subsequent gullying They left this county Williams S. D. Lewis, The most effecth-ewaof prevent- ago and thj- is their first .43 vears Adnrr. of the estate 0'. jug this greatdamage to our farms visit bock to their native county A. T. Fish, dee'd Is .by never leaing these cult't- in all those years. y . Louisvillc &. Nashville R. R. J c Co. The Mt. Vernon Telephone Co., and the Livingston Co., have consolidated and is nowunder one management. A residence belonging to Dr. R. H. Lewis recently purchased from J. H Branainau burned last Friday night, supposed to have been set by gM'""g- - fin VNi um mm mm V.iX'i mm SvVJ i"l sa$ vtum W', tf.i -.i si Before You iiaeKsa &CSZB Don't Take the First Thing OfTered You Clothes Buying is important and should be done with care YOUR and ' GOOD APPEARANCE DEMANDS IT its up to you to improve your looks in every possible way LOOK FOR THIS FISH- LABEL 1 22-4- t. it is your guarantee of- - absolute on the Coats shown you It is just as important that you see that the same satisfaction Fish Label is stampt on your HATS, CAPS, NECKWEAR and everything worn by mankind "WE STAND vated areas open to the heavy rains of fall and winter, this being prevented by providing some growing crop to cover the ground during these seasons. The plant most in favor as a cover crop in this state is rye. This is because of the relative cheapness ol seed, the lateness at which rye can be sown, the comparative certainty of getting a stand, its degress of immunity to winter freezing, and the pasture which the crop furnishes before plowing under preparatory to the BY WHAT YOU BUY." I I tea vT nWiynr fiffrg n gSKSgSsyrar aa n& adds more of this valuable element of plant food to the soil. We must look to the leguminous plants lo form this function. Hairy, or winter vetch perhaps best supplements this d Langdon Memorial Industrial School Mt. Vemon, Kentucky A Home School for Girls. High StandarJ of Wurfc. Excellent Ilecord of Health Happy Uome Lite. Special Courses in Domestic Science and Music Miss SIauy Hosk McConi), Principal. Mt. Vernon, Kv. THE BEST PAIN KILLER. . m t. s need, and can be successfully grown with rye by reducing the quantity of rye seed and sowing during September;,, preferably not later tnan the fifteenth of that month. Rye and vetch after mix- e lnB can De sown from dri11- in which C3Se fj,m two t0 three parts of rye and about twenty pounds of vetch per acre should be net vear's eron Rye as a cover cropjmay be sown used. Winter vetch has a slim resembling somewhat in the corn field ?ny time from j leaflet September fifteenth to October fif- those of alfalfa in shape, and a teenth, the earlier seediug often blue clustering blossom, which furnishing good late full and winter1 appear shortly before the ripening pasture. It would be an excellent ol the rye. Its reclining natuie practice if each farmer would an- makes the rye of great benefit in nually sow enough rye as a regu- its support for with its tendrills lar crop to provide sufficient seed the vetch climbs nearly to the full for planting all areas ou the farm height of the rye. The leeding value of rye is excellent and more which otherwise would be left dur- Kentucky farmers should test its ing the winter. nif rit as a cover crop, v ith rye. Doubtless the only shortcoming ol rye as a cover crop is that it does not feed upon nitrogen taken FOR FLETCHERS directly from the air and hence I ! S1-a- i For catalogue and further informatinn wrrje to C. Bucklen's Arnica Salve when ATTORNHY-AT-LAapplied to a cut. bruise, sprain, MT. VERNON. KY. burn or scald, or other injury of skin will immediately remove the OFFICE. - On srd. floor o all pain. E. E. Chamberlain of The Bank of M t. Vernon , ou Chnrc Clintou, Me., says: "It robs street. Special attention given cuts and other injuries of their to collections. terrors. As a hPaling remedy its Phone No. 80. equal don't exist". Will do good for you. Only 20 cts. at Chas. C. Davis. Williams, , Children Cry CASTORI A Am r n inenem, ngton D . M . Cress sold to Neal a mule colt lor $50.00. Mc-Ferro- n t K Safcas5 ?v;vWJBil3y tnfiiXz .4 - ow rrv. iV.Mlk. . m & af Cabs hall in new western city fully equipped, ready for running any kind of show or dance. Good money maker. Frice 12500. picture slunv, theatre and dance For Salk: Modern moving o-tc- sell part down ballance on easy term. For further particulars, address, O. C. Evans, " Richmond, Ky. CAUSES OF STOMACH Will trade for good property or Manufacturers of ami , .,, , . . ,. a&mr. e- . .. , WMmWm J".XWCAiH1 H1 i .. $ WPUMP GUN 1 Granite Monuments of all Sedentary habits, lack of out kinds. Estimates furnished door exercise, insufficient mastica- on application. tion of food, constipation, a GEO. OWENS Propr. TROUBLE torpid liver, worry and anxiety, Pone 112 evoreatlng partaking of food and drink not suited to your age and occupation. Correct your habits and take Chamberlain's Tablets and you will soon be well again. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER For sale by all dealers. Bottom Ejection; Solid Breech, HAT'S the use of a repeat ing gun that throws the shells, smoke and gases in the way of your aim? That's the question that started us working on the Remington the Bottom Ejection Pump Gun only gun of its kind on the market, and used by thousands of gunners all over the country. MfMW w Hammerless; Safe J.C.MeGLARY W. T. FRANCIS, Wf ir. f-r-- " fit 1 Mt Vernon, K i j w Home and office in the lato residence Myers (cimi) (uu 1 Stanford. Kv Solid Breech, Hammerless. Perfectly Balanced. Three Inbuilt Safety Devices accidental discharge impossible. Simple Take-Dow- n a quarter turn of the barrel, loilhout tools. Find the dealer who is taking thelead arms and ammunition. He specializes in Remington-jLJMthe perfect shooting combination, and the most advanced thing known to the shooting fraternity. in, C w. m JVUKilKKRn n - Remington 299 Broadway Arms-Unio- n Metallic Cartridj. no. -- I S2j TTil 1 ., A" j.Ji .3 -- . 1' 4r - 'Jt tic Common Sense 6 Dr. R. V. Tierce o! Uuaalo, autho-ijjesjfev own Medical Adviser, says " why d cs not - tarjr.cr Heat hisphosbody as he treats the land he cultivate:, lis Fts back xn phate what he takes out in crops, or the !and vrouid grow poor. The farmer should put back ir.tc Hi lndy the vital elements iciucid by cotac chronic ot.ctfH kv Inhnr. or hv Further, Is says, " the f.rcit aluc of my Doctor disease." ia Us viializH?, rower. It gives strength Pierce's Golden Mcdi'-- L'ltcevcry ,. !, cfnmnrh ,,H r.ir?iv r MccJ. It is like Ihs iliusuliatcs which supply action of !iet lu'lJi-- tii crons. ll:e nature nith the A -t-'. MA3V ANX? TM SOIL. -.- FAMILY WIPED BUT WHEN TRAIN STRIKES AUTO ON CONEMAUGH DIVISION OF THE PENNSYLVANIA RA1LVAY. The Train Was a Special in Which Were Officials of the Railroad. Western Newspaper Union Xews Service. Pittsburg, Pa. Five persons, an family and a guest, were killed when an automobile was struck by a train on the Conemaugh division of he Pennsylvania railroad near the Freeport station, 30 miles north of here. The tiain was a special, in .vhich verek officials of the railroad. Mr. Rowan was driving the machine, lo could not see down the tracks, a etr.tion obstructed the view on ine side and freight cars on the other, (is machine was not going rapidly, J i .1 u.J : u3h warning it is nought that he could have stopped lis machine in time to have prevented he tragedy. The train was returning i om Butler, carrying officials of the ennsylvania railroad, who were on a our of inspection. The train was backward down the track and, iccordiug to report, was not equipped ; ith a whistle on the front coach. The rain came down the track at a high ate of speed and crashed into the rachine with a terrific impact. It .struck tiie machine with such force hat it lifted p.irt cf it several hun-(refeet down the track. Within an iour after the accident the entire fam-.lhad tuccumbed. en-tim- e be-aus- e SOW SCHOOLS HOME GARDEN HELP EDUCATION Suggestions by Louisville mercial Glob, BENEFITS OF Kentucky Sunday School Association Has Done Excellent Work, and Its Influence Can Be Extended Through the Efficient Aid of Public School Teachers and Superintendents. Com- CLUBSGR0WING Gampfire Girls Use of Louisville r-' "v ; waaaa 53: S.S3 d ij &t 53 'iX e&! & ta & PhM a? M t'-- n'P'i? Dison the Is due to its niitous spew begin in the stcmsch tire circd Uiroun Use ctonsacn. eases that is simply the result of c:i effort maJo ! the liver to catch up when oer-worke- d 1 have foui.il the ' Discovery ' to be uu5i.rpas.sed as a liver reg and exhausted. nnrfor Pierce's CotcZcn ElcillcaX Bsscoicrv stomach ur.d organs of direction and nutrition. effect prrl atsand J ' ;Idren. a - Vacant Lots. ulator and rich my 'testimony Miss Lottie Kxiski.v cf roith.iransas.Raya: "I viil horo-sidof the ellecUvoiKsb t.X v ,v hk-- J ii; .. i..Yvlf. 7 wr. lro.bll with Indigestion lakinii miincr- v. ith tLrtv- diJ.Vivnl dootms for two years or mor---. I i mi-.-linr. rerelVt d no licniiiillcilD ri'iiri. 1 nils in: nua nf awn ir- 'n,-.by gas or. the stoin down co.iild not sle.-- r t ni;.'.4.. wi'u iht j ai.i in l v cl. t. t 1 v.:i. ismi'iv reaily all tu ach, Was weal:, eoiiM eat. sour. i ly ai:vuiSs. j' U . !u-!i- n !l lilll'll .ltHllia !i frl :i nw nlil i.r. time. Alinnnimv.virii,l In.:,:. - f..:i nearly enre of stomach trouble ery,,' and after h.iv'"." i.! n blood-i-ukcr- .' d feat1 ADVICE FROM AN fUllS A I EXPERT. BRsS.55 kit Si ctsri h Is fa U v 1 -- Kind You Have tew " Always Bought r je n DudiO Oiit 1 - -' - 1 p 1 .ld 1 1 . 1 "I 1 JJl-!C- l Can i thauk you for vu'- -r r ' iinly and v i '. mjII'Ki'h .si i jour good work." Children Taught to Help Furnish Their Own Tables With Fresh Vegetables. Idea Is Spreading to Country Towns. Future Men and Women In Close Contact With Growing Things. lT!lil ;"ri: 'US " - ALCO'IOL 3 l'Ui ?Se(d'!ePrcpcral7on 3 ." . tingUie Siwri&s anilljuseis y .acr. I ,? rtQ -1 hi Simiatee P:c7:.ct:5Dis,;oi!.wc. 0?hira.ilcrphia2 s&&mxjsmsK3m&: m8gsmz&&2&&s& nim.inr ni ir i rt fil n nil n I in i ti i r if I fr5 WJrtJ M Si LSI Lijl ff . jj ir lj - fesss fcs ! 'j . The educational wave is rising in our old state. For a long time each and every organization that was helping the movement lias been working independently. Now there is a desire to get together. The following report of a special committee on the work of the Sunday school association and that of the Louisville Commercial club, Here are several reasons why I trade at C G. Davisr Drug Store: IEGAlTSK he -- run-lin- (Quality con-idere- tl, his price can't hc-ibm- . " Chinlc's" place will be matle right. BECAUSE The poor man's dollar is worth just as much at Charley's placets the rich man's. BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store; every deal is strictly confidential . BECAUSE-Ch- as. U Davis is neer grouchy if you don t bin . There are no delays ; customers receive prompt attention. BKCA I IS IC -- Things we get at. Chas. C. Davis' Store are all right . BECAUSE Things that g0 wrong bought at BECAUSE HUERTA CALLS FOR TIME. Washington. In Try Him. Phone S. i i&ti,rvmii2kirtmseai iiggBMfiggigKsaea-ftBiwiiiri Tmtm&i: .he capitol to read his Mexican report .o congress. No advices supplemental o the dispatch from the Mexican cap tal requesting the piesident to defer 'he delivery of his message until later 'ias thus far been received by the ad Ministration. The president changed lis original plan to address congrctt fter a message had come from Mca co City, requesting another dela. nfoimatJon concerning the charact-- s f this request was given out at tli. vhite house a short time before llu jresldent had intended to start f,. ongress, in the form of a statemen. FOUR PERSONS INJURED. Hen. Iluerta, provisional president of Mexico, President Wilson will go to lews announcing the capitulation ol the absence The continual cry, "Back to the soil." that is Ilea rd in the newspapers aud magazines Is keeping the attention of tin people in the country as well a thu'C il, the flSc.J ii. l :...!. i ! and fanning. This is not only tine of the small town and the back couutiy. but it is also true of our big cities, for home garden clubs are growing in pop will explnin ltelf. ulatily and in numbers each season The Kentucky Sunday School assoThis spiing the city of Louisville ciation has a splendid organization organized .a home garden club Every county has some form of or- gardening among men. women that and ganization. Mnny of the people who children, and especially the children are interested in all the best Interests might be pushed. That the work might of the county are numbered among be real and that deliuite result! might those wlio are connected with this as- be obtained, v. scant lots were secured sociation. These persons can be giv- at various points and model guidon- en a broader view of what the Sun . clay school, the public school and the home could do for the entire community, reaching into the physical, men tal. socinl and spiritual development Not only the city pastors, but the rural pastors, who are In a measure leaders In the communities, are con- - tv iiotKjeL Gf JNOTilAUCOTIC. f: A i atf Au 2 AV 1 kSSe frKtv, iV JLilieSG- -t Jir VJ,'f f.--- J' HLnS.f- Ji&rf i- 2 1 i iz 925" w .. 53 V.orr.is.CGrjSTiIsiQni.i''ttiilr for Consflp tion , Souy Sloaflch.Dlcrrte: ApcrTecl Remedy w J u ntssaiulLossQgSLEga eptX i"tL. "' TacSLciic Signature cf Over ;C NEW YORK. Thirty Years g gg s&- sa - ol immii pi Marietta, O. As a result of ti jverturning of an automobile whV t is alleged, was being driven at te Ific speed on the River road, not f rom here. Miss Lulu Hale was prol bly fata'ly injured and IJradon S:ij '.or was seriously hurt. Mai shall W.r !cm, who was chiving the machine .:id another woman escaped witi iiinor injuiies. CINCINNATI MARKET: 77(f?7Sc, No. ; A Check on s a The Tt. Vernon Bank our pajiients. Vhon it coircs lack to you it is an indispntabie receipt for your money Payment by check is a check, on spending, too. You think twice before drawing a chfck. And the second thought often results in your not drawing it at all. Open an account and you'll save in spite of yourself. check on 76c, No. 4 yellow 73(fD75c, No mixed 7Cc, No. 3 mixed 75c, No. I mixed 82c, mixed ear 7981c. Hay No. 1 timothy $1S.5019 75 ii--3 .hite 7(JJZ.?77c, No. 4 white 74 .' 7c, No. 2 yellow 7G77c, No. 3 yellc Corn No. 2 white No. 2 clover mixed $14 14.50, No. 1 clover $1114.50, No. 2 clover ?12ii 12.50. Oats No. 2 white standard , 42y2f?-13cNo. 3 white No I white No. 2 mixed 43 , '3M.-CNo. 3 mixed No. 4 standard timothy $17.5018," No. : timothy $1C.5017, No. 3 timot1p$i 15, No. 1 clover mixed $lClC.5ut THE EmrW A. B. QW MT. VB&NOF MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, W. L. RICITARDS, President, FURNISH, Ca-hi- er. Eggs Prime firsts 24'c, firsts ordinary firsts 19c, seconds 14c. Poultry Springers, 2 lbs and over, 17Mc; under 2 lbs, 18c; old roosters 9c, hens, over 4 lbs, 14c; light, 4 lbs and under, 13'c; ducks, under 3 lbs, 10c; spring ducks, 3 lbs and over, 12o; white, 4 lbs and over, lie; turkeys, S 22y--c, t 4242c, 3941c, 4243c, mixed AlA2c. Wheat No. 2 red 9293c, No. red 8S92c, No. 4 red 68S7c. 43c, 3 fjS STAK iy ?SS: . A Our line of Couch Caskets $; Wi is unexcelled Hand - made Coffinsfnrnished ITn.'irse spnt t.n nl n.'irf.s nf I 1 MW. IT!rV?Sr7 1 )! i uu fiX4 the County i All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled m &r w 94-S $8.258.50; butcher steers, extra $7.25 8, good to choice $6.757.75, common to fair $56.50; heifers, extra 7.10&'7.25, good to choice ?C.507, common to fair $4.756.40; cows, ex tra ?(JG.25, good to choice $5.50(0" 5.90, common to fair $3.755.25, can ncrs $3(0)4. Bulls Bologna $5.256.10, extri, $0.25, fat bulls $G6.25. Calves Extra $11.50, fair to gooc $911.25, common and large $511. Hogs Selected heavy $9.159.30 good to choice packers and butcher $9.359.40, mixed packers $9.309.3C stags $47, common to choice heav fat sows $4 507.S5, extra $7.90, Ugh. and medium shippers $9.459.50, pigs Sheep Extra light $4.154.25, good to choice $3.754.10, common to fan 23.25, heavy sheep $8.25(03.75. Lambs Extra $8.25, good to choice $7.75S.15. common to fair $5.25 7.50, culls $3.505, yearlings $3.50 5.25, stock ewes $3.504.50. WRECK CHURCH WITH DYNAMITE. Pa. The Methodist church at Ormsby, Pa., a small county village, was wrecked by dynamite. The residents of the place were awakened by a terrific explosion, but no one seemed willing to make an investigation. J. J. Johnson, a teamster, driving into Ormsby, discovered the wrecked building and reported it to the authorities. The act was the outcome of recent troubles in Ormsby to stop the desecration of the church, which was being used for gambling. Bradford, Mc-Kea- lbs and over, 18c; old toms, 18c, young ISc. extra Cattle Shippers $7.508, Third. That whenever opportunities arise the possibility of the use of the church as a social center be empha sized and encouraged, making a possi ble opening for the dissemination of educational Ideas. nected with the Sunday School asso l elation, and In many cases the teachers, superintendents of the county schools aud others engaged in educational work. The Commercial club is reaching through its wide system of publicity, the prizes it has, been offering, and the correspondent o conduct ed. main who are interested in true-i- t eclticatioi' but whose viewpoint is different fron that of Sunday workers. The Kentucky Sunday School asso :Intion holds conventions in almost every county In the state every year attended by thousands of the bettei In addition to this severa citizens. hundred district conventions unci near ly a thousand rallies and conlerence.-ar-e held. This association also pub Hshes the Kentucky Sunday- - School Reporter with a circulation of about 5,000 per month These two organizations could great ly strengthen and advance the worK both are doing by securing one or uori persons In each county who would icp resent both ivgauixations. 1'ndcr the direction of such per.son.s a ol many counties might be made, liudiiig the present conditions and forming a common basis for future work. At the conventions held time could be given for the discussion of topics of vital In tercst for the upbuilding of the com niunity. school, home and Sunday school and the length of the com en tion be iuc: eased to two entire days The sMiie thing could be done in district convention, rallies aud institutes By holding conferences where a wider range of topics would be presented "ach would be able to reach manj hat IiaA! not yet become interested Then each could help the other. Therefore we suggest: First. -- That In the future on all pro grains ot conventions and rallies there be given a topic- - relating to the corolation of secular and religious education in the stale along deli ulte lines and that this topic be as signed to a person well informed oi toth leligioiis and secular education. In such way there might op e poitunity of bringing to the attention of people who have never thought on the' matter the value of such correla tion. Because of the wide opportunl ty which the Sunday school sponkoi lias of reaching audiences in the stau this would be the surest way of arous ing enthusiasm, disseminating informa tioii and removing prejudice. Second. That in the future at ah electing conventions district, countj and state there be chosen supenn tendeuts who shall promote the co op eration of secular and religious educa tioual forceu along deliuite lines. public-schooes. be-th- $( Guaranteed u VJiMrTT-- JrtKg Exact Copy of Wrapper. ti z? 11 F Alt s ' ts fOr JgafiSMBKSgjgSgg?? tHCvfcNTJILn wOl ia 11 sj tj CfTT. giiffliiniimnntmnimiiinnHnnniumimiuimnmniuus 1 1 Ax. VERNDN CASKET CO. Ei PRACTICAL S 3 frtt&U&iK r n r m n inn rS&SFUNKRAT.n!J,i.-rrri,' II 36& UjiUL111i-liLK- t -- - 1 i-- -- HDMi: f.AIUiLX C Ll'Jt OlltLS. planted. A man who had practical ex poriencc was engaged to take charge of the work and Is now busy moving "loin place to place suggesting plan-mi- l methods by which the childrei an help furnish their own tables with vegetables fresh from their own gar S Licened Embalmer will ha e or that lino of lens. work for the compniiy. The photo which accompanies this article was taken on the outskirts ol ST Orders bywir promptly tilled. Hoarse sent to all points Louisville, where a group of four Camp lite Girls 'have a model four plot gar Manager den. This woik will have a vital effect Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Huiltling PHOXE llKJ M on tlit men and women of tomorrow by giving them an understanding and i giowth which can only come through i;!osi i .intact with the soil and grow TfltlVn r1..tCJ-gril limiirt II ng tilings. Education is gradually -- hiftiug to a rational use of books and i fuller use of the life which the child toads in the garden, in the home, and inder blue skies. It means an educa tion that makes red blood throb in voung veins; it means an education that does things in the everyday world; it means an education that is dose to the piimitive; it means an diication that tits the child for life. g g COUCH METAUC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. 2 3 i I GEORGE OWENS, -- -- S 3 uiiuiiiiiimwiimiuiiwiuiiiiiuumiiiiuuiuiiiimiuuiiiig I " 0-- f l OilJJliljlLo U' if flfl ii t lvien s oaaaies,j new, t .uu ana tto Ladies' Saddles, new, $5,00 and up i - "BACK TO THE SOIL." if rup-leath- ers Padded Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir- - f . ': at a reasonable price Fourth. That at the state convention this work be made a distinct feature of the program and if possible a department session be given it. The Truant Law. When this law is so openly sot nt tin nght as to bring a particular case to the attention of the public it is time that a halt was called and the malefactor made to suffer for his .shortcomings. The sending of a child to school is a moral duty, and when this moral luty Is neglected by those whose duty it is to observe It is the duty of the authorities to step in and take a hand. We want to say that if the county superintendent's attention is called to some flagrant violation and she is compelled to act the strong arm of the Inw will fall in no gentle manner upon the shoulders of the malefactor. Better send the kiddies to school, which is yo-iduty, and "where they belong and thereby fulfill your moral obligation as well as avoid a conflict with the school authorities. Central Record. r (110 lbs and less) $4S.75. g MT. VERNON, KY Movement Can Be Aided by Modern Ideals and Methods. The effort to better rural conditions is touching a fundamental problem of American life. The "back to the soil" igttation can have little permanent elloct until we go back to the tiller ot the soil with the inspiration and en ightoimient of modern ideals and i.oUiuds. We must entry the message uito every fertile valley and to every uountain side; we must get back from the traveled roads and the steam aud electric lines; we must reach the little isolated schoolhotises. the country burettes and every other agency that can be a source of help. We can give the schoolteacher and the itinerant preacher a broader viewpoint and ieeper interest In the welfare of their barges an Interest deeper because nore practical and more hopeful. Nor must we rest with this. A striking feature of the new movement is the determined effort to show the business man in the city that he has a point of intimate contact with the farmer that in mutual help is to be found advantage for lotb. We like this work because it Is based on sound social lines. It is in harmony with the tinest ideals of the time. There is immense satisfaction to Ken tuckians in finding the old state assuming a place of leadership In an un dertaking so splendid and so promis mg. Editorial In Louisville Herald. April 2. How to Aid Schqols. Our public schools are not what they should be by any means mainly be cause of the disinterestedness of the viii f - y - r: OM Main Street back ot' Court House. 5 W T. DAVIS &&$? 3ors3GFofV 4 'A ':'rV" S" '. - '. --- : VfctdV 9 TIT 'fff &.& A SUSS . &vr Bi'&fl'S &k&J a S' p?83- W J JLJ IG WIFi After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. I Husband At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it: From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I Came to Rescue. jonas SELLS THE Mckenzie 5J can now walk two miles its Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Airs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "J suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped 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 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. this time, 1 n parents. Is SELZ SHOES "ROYAL BLUE you need a gooi pair of shoes it IF is to your interest to examine , the Seh line before you buy -. necessary if you would have a successful school taught in your community. Show your interest by visiting your school. Get acquainted with the teacher", learn her strong as well as her weak point and let her understand that you are Interested. Let the children also know that you place r value upon their work. Berry Citizen. absolutely The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it . a flK'...HK soon confined to my bed again. After tf.tl AdvisoryDpt.. Chattanooea. Tenn.. for Sivc.ul Inttriirtnytut fin vmfftt. mini..... that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment for Women." sent in plain wrapper. tj He will recom Begin taking Cardui today. S w-i. Ask him. llf m ci GOOD REASON FOR HIS JONAS McKENOH MT. VERNON, KY. r - When a man has suffered for several dnys with colic, diarrhoea or other form of bowel complaint and is then cure d sound and well by one or two doses of Chamberlain's Colic, 'Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy., as is often the 'nse :t i nstural that he should I..- ; In bs ;c in his praise of tie i i i and especially is.this the ca.-- of a severe attack when life is threatened. Try it when It in need of such a remedy. Sold by Chas, C never fails. Davis, ;- -i e ENTHUSIASM A TEXAS WONDER. The Texas wonder cures kidnrv j.nd bladder troubles, remp,viti Vavel. c res diabe'.es, weak aut lame backs, rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and Regu n both men and women. lates bladder troubles in children f not sold by your druggist, wir te sent by mail on receipt of $i One small bottle is two trftliR and seldom fails to treatment, Send for perfect a cure. from this and other states Dr. E. W. Hall, 2o26 Olive stree St. LjOuis, Mo., Sold bj druggis testi-nonia- ls LAXATIVE. Rgv H. Stnbenvoll of Allison la., in praising Dr. King's Nev Life Pills for constipation, writc-"Dr- . King's New Life Pills an such perfect pills no home shoujd No better be without them". regulator for the liver and bowels Everv nill cuar?ntcd Tt Price 25c at Chas. I Davis'. Some. Somo men. talk In their Bleep that is the only chance they .' be-gaus- s MINISTER PRAISES THIS "WE A MVji DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And don't have to grease but once a week. b get Made in KtfltKky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Ux'wstoii. Ky. : . 5. .""T- - -- $.' -