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Mount Vernon signal: September 5, 1913 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913090501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 5, 1913 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. cdWVHI Published Every Friday fsaszE&s "MiitMf Y "- - -- V I J' T7 - v j - J - VOLUME XXVI. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE 1 B ;- 1 Sty! es 14 RECONNOISSANCE SURVEY REPORT ON BOONE WAY (By JAS. T. VOSHELL) on lf'ilit niss Flora Thompson 18 6I2 Kentucky it Established 1887 iHifclrjadB&UE 2K - - .Vyj V iTtVJ i? . - QH " jawMm COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1913 NUMBER 49 Good Roads a or lad Roads t-- kf;iV"?tf '"tf.Kj It r 'rfS-a- wi, r?Mi A mj . otA -- ' ,. i,& V, .1 sfimwimmiii ;9mMHaaHira mxrj rtmni&m&mii imkii irf TTtAs&wwmmmazmmm nw.WW 4T flXX-ttfc. ,xr.rx 1 1 HHfilfVePHflHSHB agaiaPgaigiwM y j m7 Vv'e Want You 1 :W . rtN m the reconnoisance survey made, of Booi.e Va, at the ie-que- A report has jnst been received st a t B - of Senator W. 0. ley, by an engineer from BradU. S U O c rt " S t, o v "i K on "s rs R . -- to 4, "hey . All jr 2 y e 5 a e Don't Let the Weatherman Worry You HE -. the from government for putting thru a works that will accommodate a a TO SEE THESE a a far less number of people generVV ... It ally than would Boone Way M01 WALK-OVE- R is clai ed that if a corps of engineers were put in the field that by aa) is to inspire yon with a new thought a shunning the barker hills and fol-- 1 (Walk-OverNext Time.) "3$ jwingjvalleys.as far as practicable mat.-riallthat the cost could be . Try This reduced. It is proposed to intio duce a bill at ljexi session qt Gon-fo- r Assuming phat the need of a c Model Snap the purpose of having such a rowdier thru travel between the survey made. The legislature of above mentioned sections is great Pateut Blucbers Kentucky will also be asked to enough to justify one being built Oxford appropriate 200,Q0Q toward the feet in should Ly, ftt least, expense of the construction of the width. Following is an estimate of the cost of building a water proposed highway. bound macadam road along this Mr. Vernon M. Pierce, WAI Y-- a. Tand Chief Engineer. route 1,5 feet in width, having a . compact d?pth of 8 inches in Dear Sir: .V V Pursuant to instructions a the center and G inches at the The only satisfactory reconnoissance survey of the pro edges. posed "Boone Way" ftpm Ciabj surfacing material along the route Orchard to Middlesboro, Ken- - lis limestone, very extensive de ---- ' "ssg-yr'W' tucky, was made June 29 to July, posits ofwhioh occur in Rockcastle u - the ratlroatn 3, inclusive, and I beg to report as County' along tlvX, i'dSuhjg omsiesuniaie M.&mvi? tc is assumed ' 'ThV "H(lnp Wav" K tiift nflmO that this stone will be used: IT? . sugeested for a proposed national estimate; of cost Of road jN$t0tygf&,!fi$ ?highway to be built along the Lincoln County. Lincoln County, length of road trail made by Daniel Boone in penetrating the wilderness of in County, y miles: Kentucky. It begins at Cumber- Grading, 3 miles land Gap and extends in a northat $1,000 $3,000 westerly direction thru Middles- Surfacing, 9702 tons of stone Pineville, boro,Barbourville, at 1.50 per ton in place. i4,a53 J . London, Livingston, Pine Hill, Cross Drainage, .1.165 Mt Vernon to Crab Oiclnrd, a Total, Linco'n County. $18,718 distance of 98 miles Prior to Rockcastle County building of the Knoxville Branch Length of road in County 20 oi the Louisville and Nashville miles; Mt. Vernon . to Lincoln Railroad this trail was impioved County Line, 10 miles. and maintained under the direc- Giading, 10 miles at tion ot the state authorities, and $1 20C. per mile 12,000 was known as "The Wilderness Surfacing, 32340 tons of Turnpike." The improvement stone at $1.50 per consisted of building a fair earth ton in place, 48,510 road and corduroying sections Cross drainage 8,715 where the mud would get so d:ep, to Laurell Mt during the winter and spring as Co., length of roaad in Co., to be practically impassible. ten miles: Some short sections of this cor Grading, 10 miles at $3,000 duroy construction, is per mile, easily forgotten, usually borrowed; and fair state of preservation, now in a Surfacing 32340 tons of 30,000 although Rockcastlers frequently lost umbrella is a poor weapon u. was jam more man ntty years stone at $1.50 per ton ago. This was the only road Biggest Store Cheapest Prices 48,510 in place against the whims and wailes of the over which wagons could travel Cross drainage ,.8,09i' between thn Cumberland and Total Rockcastle Co, ..155,825 weatherman. showini' at Mt. Vernon, It is a gaited good going bay gelding, MT. VERNON FAIR Ohio Rivers and was extensively LiAUItKL COUMT Y nice, clean place, very good owned bv Mr. Davis, theoresident and used by the early immigrants to Length of road in County 31 carry are sorry if you premiums indeed are offered, of the fair. This horse won prac-tic-alKentucky and stage and freight miles: By Walter Q Parks in the Sad- - 4.u . .. ...in' all his classes, most gen4..t:. b bothered if you do dle.& Horse Show Chronicle of wiB? routes were established over it Grading, 10 mi'esat 5.000 navir.g no ou ana on tying, buying erally with some extra good ones Lexington, Ky. After the above mentioned rail50,000 and judging and moreover ana as his opposition. Tbe writer was The Mt. Vernon Pair Associashine or shower one of our Clothcraft road was built the stage and Gradiug21 miles at $3,000 lastly of all you will like that at- - honored by being appointed one freight routes .03,000 tion aas just concluded their secthe easy to slip on immigration were discontinued, raincoats is ond annual exhibition, which has mosphere in other words jou of the judges for all the Rockin wagous practically Surfacing. 3240 tons of Three or been pronounced by all present simply could not help just falling castle county classes. noburden to carry nor easy to mislay or for- ceased, and the road was aban- Stone at $2.20 per ton love with the Mt. Vernon folks at four good roadsters were in atstate in place 71,148 as a grand success. This associa get perfect protection and comfort in rainy or doned by the On and turnpike tion, which, is deserving of so once and yoa will go again. tendance, but the mare Mary companies. account of the Surfacing, 67,9 14 tons of much succeys, is headed by a man They had two amusements that Booth, of Richmond, was easily rough weather stylish and dressy on any kind population oeing very sparcej stone at 2 05 per ton were not seen even at Lexington, the winner of these classes. She along tho road it was used very in place 139,223 70 of proper c;liber for such a place. of a day. the twice daily bicycle jump and aiso won une z:.iu trot and came little, no work was done upon it, Cross drainage 30,265 He is honest, upright and clever, second in the with five all he meets the daily ostrich race. $353,636.70 makes friends with Clothcraft raincoats are guaranteed pure and today it is practically impass- Total Laurel Co C. T. Sandidge was there with or six horses contesting two or and as thr head official deals fair able in the mountainous section Knox Coun-Twill keep shape in thru Rockcastle and Laurel Coun- Length of road in County 23.5 and just with each and every oue Bright Chief, Country Gentleman, three of which bad been miles all wool and rainproof in anv wav connected, and let it Nancv Peavine and one- or two the way from iO to 20, dry dur ties. miles: spite of bad weather and hard wear was winner ing the fair, track mean and Nancy be known right here and now, he others. The road does not pass thru Grading, 23.5 miles at only a quarter ' straight thru of all her classes dusty and-i- s any extensive tracks of agricnl- - $3,000 per mile 70,500 is justly beiug'rewarded lor such in your size in a variety of have principles and works by the suc- and some extra tjood shows. around. During the free for all tural land. Much-othe land is Surfacing 76,000 tons of Priced the same as other very hilly. The valleys, as a ru'e . stone at S2.55 oer ton in cess the Mt. Vernon Fair has al- Silas Sandidge had three or four Mary was timed and went one weaves and colors Mt. Vernon is a extra good horses, headed by a heat in 2:28. one in 2:324 and place 193,800 ready attained. the saving will are narrow and the plateau lands Clothcraft Clothes, $7 to a fair is needed, both horse that would make some of another in 2:32. She seemed to are small in area and not very Cross drainage, , 1 6,050 plare where admiration of the Mt. Grass help to swell your rainy day fund wait fertile. Not more, than ten per Total, Knox Coanty... .280,350 for the education and amusement the Lexington-- aand Blue brown win the folks. Vernon beautiful, of the many folks round about in folks wake up cent of the land lying within two Bell County Get one now for the next shower Next year be sure to send to heavy mane and tail, high styled, miles of the road is now in culti-vatio- n. Length of road in county 21 all directions looking to Mt. Verfor a catalogue non as the center and place for high going Rex McDouald stallion Mt . Vernon miles. owned by Joe Gibson, of Somer- and make them just one visit). , The only post road on the route Grading zi miles at $3,000 per " sucnimngs. rneygive uneir coset, Ky. He was winner of most i$ a section about five miles in mile 63,000 operation from beginning to end SAFEST LAXATIVE FOR by always having a great attend- of his classes and when not due to length which rs a part of the Star Surfacing 67,914 tons of WOMEN ance at the fair, and naturally it his being so easily excited and stone at $2.10 per toa in route troni Lilly east to Tuttle. Nearly every women needs somewhat nervous, . The area, population and as- place good laxative. Dr. Kin's New 142,619.40 can be seen what resp'onsibility Mr. Rov Beaz'.ey and Walter rests upon snch association that life Pills are good because they are sessed valuation of the counties Cross drainage. 10,8(0 Miller had quite a string of Mt prompt, safe, and do not cause . L0 419.4'J would have for its end the betterTHE inru wnicn tne road passes are as Total. Bell Co, .'3 iMrs. M. C. Dunlap of ment of such a people and lastly Vernon and surrounding horses, pain. follows: Grand total for entire Tenn says: "Dr Kings which, cleaned up all the Mt. Ver mad $1,024, Q49.10 upon the man tha would head KAM NewvLife Pills helped her troubles non ar KacKcastiQ count v This-vor, ... .i.. .. utn. a ,DO such an associatio Respt. submitted, o day. ltl-.catrai.nl j.ii-nv4 Theii string . ,e.au tlt auu aj;ita FOR FLETCHER'S of all is also given for the JAS. T. VOSHELL. Kecom mended rrjee 20Q Senior Highway Engineer exhibitors; who w a 1 th'ak of was HeftSedi by a beautiful welf to see the wonderful variety of styles ami leathers which we are now showing in the world's most popular Shoes. V Agricultural Department. estiThe jiive the report in full up $400,000 more than mate runs the original estimate made by the Mt. Vernon Commercial Club. This seems like a large pile of money but that is no reason vh the appropriation should not be made when it is shown that Lincoln 216,320 17,897 $5,000,000 3 Rockc'ble 198,400 17,897 2,000,000 20 Laurel Knox Bell 28G.0S0 19,872 $3,223,000 31 227,810 22,llfi $4,000,000 23.5 245.7C0 23,447 7,oU0,00Q 21 causes of muchless received millhns merit have iers 1 s Mil y When one takes into consideration the number of people living along the road and the comparatively sinall per cent pf land, that ppuld properly be classed as land, adjacent to the road, the conclusion wjll be that a road improved by macadamizing, etc , is not Justified by local neods. It is claimed however, that there is great need of a road for thru travel VVV. b. tween the Ohio Valley states and the Southeastern States. Probably the. Louisville and Nashville Pike is the b'et available route for such thru traffic at the 90ta. present time: agri-pultural ffffl. o - ................. ...... taaaoasoaacaaa t3C99eic9c9)aeas9eia6c9aeea989ac-- BAKER'S DEPA RTMENT TORE 'You can get it at IBakers" 1--5 iOVER J $3.50, $4.00 $5.00 ! x Dry Goods, Notions, Ladies and Gents' Furnishings, Clothing and.Shdesri p laSgaEfei'&P'?! SPWdaftings, Trunks .'-- .:i - $ & Bags, Jewely & Clocks, Hats and Caps Hardware, Queensware, Tin and Enamelware, Groceries and Provisions, Furniture, Stoves and Ranges, Doors and Windows Salt, Roofing and Implements V-rn- on THE BEST BY TEST MountVernon's U.G.BAKER "y" i. You For don't it j. ly just thing It's free-for-a- ll They We them " f $15 1 Don't Sutton & McBee m ISiiL CLOTHCRAFT tr&r M1 msLim STORE zr Q&ytrSs. zms & 1 1 . l. Children Cry 5 b-e- u. CASTORIA ai. by:-;CrTaf..- Uj LS V- K r&i -- ' fiSfcjjssssawNg MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Sept. 5, 1913 SgggCgggsaa: ITbGWALLOW NEWS Born to the wife of Robert Cox AtCAHBAudiG says he fciiu't Li Vltoosl'oN. Froill UtltfwaUoW KeilLuckiuii. on the2ud a liuu boy. t Z: see anything feobd iu a split skirti Mf'. 3. K. Johnson of ParVdtl blind, or totally lacking iu Is he Dick Sowder sold four suckling Sim Flinders walked home from apprehension ? Somerset Journal : Jaclison Co., is Visiting his calves for $60. daughter Mrs. S. E. Hellard of the Hog Ford still house Saturday NEWS AND COMMENT this place. Spring and Summer showing of Friday. September 19th. will be Miss Bess Harbinson Our old frioud. Sim Flinders has' Fraternal Day at the Kentucky of Porryville, Ky. has been visit Thomas hurls de- ing her cousin Miss Ella Mae rlicMimatiKfii ;n hnri in mitt of 111 folate rail". Congressman $1-0fiance at bis enemies and says he is Blanford rj.BSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Chester wrists he can hardly lift a jug off The treatment for1 those who The more's Amyx of Paris, Ky., have return- the floor. a candidate again. were found to be infected with on the pity. He does not reflect ed home after a pleasant visit Raz Barlow says the summer is Hnok worm and did not eet same Advertising rales made known credit on Kentucky. with Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Amyx. almost gone and he has not cought before Dr. Lock left, will find same application Miss Lucie Hankler of Junction over two lizards. Kz is a good al chas. C DiviV drug store. In order to fill a lecture date at City has returned home after a man and is succeeding by leaps MEMBER OF Monday was the regular annual Kennett Square, Pa., Secretary W pleasant visit with her cousin and bounds KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION J. Bryan motored over 30 miles The Deputy constable ha sent election of officers of Mt. Vernon Miss Ella Mae Blanford. Mrs. thi u a terrific thunder storm John Mullins is visiting relatives to Tickvllle for two new tin stars Royal Arch Chapter No. 140, Demand for supplement to salary at Wildie this week. Mrs. Flor- to wear to his cousin's tin weddingJ when the following officers were must be urgent. ence Monroe is visiting relatives celebrations on musket ridge next duly elected: Victor C. Tate, H. P ; Willis at Danville. Wm. Moore is Wednesday night. Fritzi Scheff, the comic opera star, beautifying his dwelling with a Quite a few from this section Johnson, King; George R Reams E S. Albright C. of H ; of John Fox, the Kentucky coat of paint. Mr. and Mrs. Roy weut to preaching at the Dog Hill Scribe; T. A. Landrum. P. S : (J D Sutton novelist, lias taken the benefit of Cox have rctuaned home after a church last Sunday, but the One of the b ac:essbns to th? with liabilities few days visit wiih relatives at weather was so warm they couldn't Royal Arch Captain. James Proc-- j workers is the bankrupt law ranks of Boone Way V; Jas Maret, M, 2nd tor, Mr. Geo. V. Steep, the noted of 150,000. Mr. Fox doubtless London and Lily. Mrs. and Mrs half sleep. V: T. W. Brown. M. 1st V ; S O newspaper man who did work in saw the storm coming and ducked Boss Witt are in Williamsburg for The Hog Ford stillhouse pro Franklin, Sec'y ; A. B. Furnish in time to save both his bacon and a few days with relatives. Mr. prietor is having a new railing that line in the wars and rebelW. Parsons. his lucre. and Mrs. R. O. Moore of the Trace built in front of his place of busi- Treasurer and J. lions of many foreign countries, Sentinel. Branch section, were the guests ness. It is for Poke Eazley'smule including the Balkins, Bolivia, It is said that Judge Lassing of Miss Bettie French latter part to lean up against when he gets Equidor, Peru, Chili and other Notice: The Mt. Vetnon big work in wants to be postmaster of New of last week. Mr. George Doss tired waiting. countries as well as Graded High School begins Mon The Hogwallow Improvement day, September the Bth. Hie States. His employment port. We knew he was a man of section foreman who has been United been in thej letters, but were not aware of hrs quite sick for some time is able to Association is striviug bard for the State Law of Kentucky says, that for past two years has be at his post again. Bill Pen- upbuilding of Hogwallow, and all children within rur school capacity of writer and publicity anxiety to handle them. nington has been appointed deputy hope to be able to announce a boundrie- between the ages of 6 agent for the Central Highway, The pictures of Huerta m ke marshal here. Mrs. Ellen Dishon new moon for this section in a tew and I3 must attend every school startfrom oceari to ocean, road of Maywood, was visiting her nights . ing from the Atlantic coast, thru him look the, part. day unless they are sick. The Cricktt Hicks has resigned his Penalty for the violation of this Indianapolis west to Washington mother Mrs. Emma Jones Tues A Brooklyn girl has applied to day. Mrs. Oscar Argenbright position as agent for a patent law is from $00 00 and the cost. Francisco. This highway is San was President Wilson for permission and children, are visiting relatives watch, and is now dickering with Any person swearing falsehood It now under construction. She ought to in Corbin this week. Mr. and a big concern that wants to engage in regard to the age or sickness of promoted by the manufactures of to wear pants. automobiles thruout the United marry some poor littie man and Mrs. Roy Fen wick after a two him to sell wheat threshers his child or children may be fined States." When subscriptions were then she could wear 'em without weeks visit with relatives at Cricket has sent for a sample, from One to Fifty Dollars, or 1m One of the benches is missing prisoned for thirty das million dollars was the consent of any potentate or Lebanon Junction have returned opened, sixty This home. Mrs. Maggie Mattin is from the Dog Hill Church. raised within ninety days for the nation on earth. PARENTS, see that vou do not ' is third thing that has come up violate these lai s Mr. Steep came visiting relatives at East Bern- undertaking. Start your An Oregon widow on getting a stadt this week. Miss Essie Pike missing in the last month, includ- cl ildren the first day of school. of the over from Indianapolis first week to see Secretary Maret and divorce from her ninth husband after a few days visit with rela- ing the bell, and it is believed THE SCHOOL BOARD being done to- voluntarily gave hfm $2,000 as tives at London and Fariston, has somebody is fixing to open up a learn what was DO YOU FEAR CONSUNPTJON ward piitting the movement of salve to hi wounded heart, which returned home. Robert Mink new church somewhere. No matter how chronic vour He was fur- doesn't hurt him any more. was iu Mt. Vernon Monday on DON'T LET BABY SUFFER Boone Way thru. cough or how severe your throat business. Mrs. and Mrs. Bernished with all necessary data for WITH ECZEMA AND SKIN or lung ailment is, Dr. Kings A Chicago University professor oP'Boones Trail" historv a nard Hagan are visiting relatives ERUPTIONS New Discovery will surely help ambles to the footlights to say thai in Stauford th.'s week. and the "Old Wilderness Road" yon: it may save your life. Still-ma- n Babies need a perfect there is not near enough flogging Green, of Mallchite, Col. a good story is to be Browning and little Mrs. J H. from which Skin eruptions cause 2oo in schools. This is directly in op- son, Samie, has returned from a them not only intense suffering, wines: "Two doctors said I had written for publication in position to the socalled advanced Dr. consumption and could not live but hinder their growlh. Sunday magazine sections, of the llinH1i n UAartinrr Titll few days' visit to Crab Orchard. Hibson's Eczema Ointment can two vears. I used Dr. King's llul'5" !" Mrs. R J. Lemonds and daugh- - Vvn vnl IaH leading newspapers of the country An f lnl aT n ti1 ta rtn rt New Discovery and am alive and Spare IZ !. of scenes oinirTthe Biblical-assertimHistorical pictures ter, Miss Elibethrare iM- - Lon-- U cuie of sufferin8 bibies wh(Me well." Your money refunded if it rod and spoil the child." The best don. The latter will enter school skin eruptions have made 'their fails to benefit you the route will be published along remedy for coughs, colds, "Our bay wis home with theseariicles. If Mr. Steep sucGov. Hooper, of Tennessee, there. Earl Rice left for Wil- life miserable. Price he expects to do in seems to be somewhat of a hog in liamsburg, Sunday, where he will afflicted with breaking out ot the throat and lung troubles. ceeds in what aoc. and $c 00. Guaranteed b face and scalp. all over the way ot gettiug the great auto- that he doesn't know when he has enter college. Mrs. C. K. Rice skiu tried Dr.theHobson's Eczema Chas. C. Davis. We mobile companies and associations enough The Legislature of that has returned from Brodhead where Ointment and Were overjoyed to NoticK: All persons indebted interested in our undertaking, State has just concluded one of the she has been visiting her parents, see baby com'pletolv cured before A. T. Fish wifl call one box was used" writes Mrs. to the estate of then we are a long way on the most disgraceful sessions ever Mr. and Mrs. George Paynter. and settle same at All at my office, road to the successful accomplish- held, but the Governor, not satis Jake Pike and J. M. Foure are in Strubler, Dubuque, Iowa. once. druggs s or by mail, 00c. ment of the movement for a fied, has called it into extra session Pineville attending a holiness meet- PEIFFER CHEMICAL CO S. D. Lewis. highway thru South to consider fifty-nin- e national separate sub ins. C. J. Rice was in Louisville, St. Louis, Mo. Philadeldhia, Pa. Admr. Eastern Kentucky into the heart jects, runniug from force bills to Tuesday. Mis. W. B. Rice has returned home to Paris, Ky , aftor GRET RELIGIOUS GATHERof the Cnmbeilands where it will 0 ex-wif- Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Youne Men's aJPtL hes exten- Old Men and Boys' e Clothes We have never before displayed so M-3- rd sive a line of well selected young men's suits as this season Believing that we have clothes that will appeal to vou, we wuu hi like vou to come in anil ee our line. 111 11 Whether to look or to lmy, we si mil oe iriaii to have an opportunity to .nIiow vou these . good clothes. mszssza E. L. Cockrell Livingston, Ky. skin-coverin- g. Deposit a Part of Your Earn ings iu the PeoplesBank No matter how lame or how small your earning, or income, every man. A'onian and child should save a part anil lay it ly. The " Rainy Day " may come, but it, is fur less likely to come it you have a Savings Account, for "Money in the Bank'' is often a Good Ft ieud that will help you over rough oI.o VT"' i, 4 r- - places . One dollar opens the account BANK WITH- - US be met by fine highways from Carolina and North Virginia, Tennessee, hereby giving travelers and tourists from Chicago, Detroit, Indianapolis, Ohio and Wells-Farg- o Northern points a clear run to North Carolina points, the ocean side and on to Miaraa, Florida. The stream of travel through the mountains would be of immense benefit all along the line in dition to the tremendous importance to all who live on or adjacent press companies have been robbing the people. to this proposed highway. the substitution of electrocution ING AT BOWLING GREEN or hanging. The latter, however, a few days' visit with relatives is too painless a death for such a here. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Nice lot of blatherskites as coinp .e the ly, 01 maiamipuiis, mu, nave The eijrhtv first annual Conven- been visiting relatives and friends tion of the churches of Christ in Legislature. at Level Grren. Mt. Vernon and Kentucky will be held in the First express com- this place for the past week, have The Christian Church at Bowling pany announces that it will put on returned home. Mr. Niceley was,nQ Q0.,tQmhvr 19I3. a lower rate than the parcels post formerly of Jackson county, but lTh Convention Church which was and that the other express com later removed to this county and dedicated only a few months ago panies will follew suit, which lived here for several vears. He is a beautiful modern $34,000 proves the wisdom of the par els is the father of Sheriff T J. Nice-ley- , plant. The program for the conpost law and shows how the ex of Mt. Vernon and W. G. been issued which ! DESPONDENCY Is often caused by indigestion and constipation, and quickly dis appears when Chamberlain s lab lets are taken. For sale by ali dealers. PEOPLES BANK MT. VKRNON, KY. CINCINNATI MARKETS UAcES FiRST DAY Aug. 13 Niceley, of this place. Misses BACKWARDprURN the street " that was some barbecue " which Mr. Johnson N. Camden pulled oft at his elegant country estate in Woodford county. About 20,000 people attended and all were well filled with burgoo and barbecued Distinguished speakers meats. gave the crowd expert advice on farming, and the occasion was a success in every respect. While Mr. Camden is a millionaire over and over again several times, there is nothing of the aristociacy about him, and he is a man whom you learn to love when you know him well. He Is much interested in the upbuilding of Kentucky farm In the vernacular of BACKWARD Backward, turn backward, oh time in your flight; Give us a girl whose skirts are not tight; Give us a girl whose charms, many or few; Are not expressed peek-a-boo. by too much ing interests, Congressman Caleb Powers' recent announcement that he nor Charles Finley would be a candidate for Congress created considerable discussion among the host of friends of Judge L. W. Bethurum, of this place ; they are under the impression that the Judge will now have plain sailiug for the Republican nomination for the Eleventh ..district. In ordering Taft's bath tub President Wilson failed to state "whether his reasons were on ac- couut of the drouth or a fear of getting drowned when taking a bath.. Helm's mana want ro know gers if you know where the $287 which they sold him out for went Who wfere Harvy in 1904?, We removed from the White House mond Clirr&x. Give us a girl, no matter what age. Who won't use the streets as a vaudeville stage. Give us a girl not too sharply in view Dress her in skirts that the sun can't shine through. Gray is visiting relatives in CaliThe Cub. fornia. Mrs Cam Mullins and MOTHER OF EIGHTEEN daughter, Miss Lettie, spent CHILDREN the past week in our town visiting "I am the mother of eighteen relatives and friends W. H, children and have the praise of doing more work than auy youn Sowder. the democratic nominee woman in my town," writes Mrs. for County Judge, was here SunC. G. Martin, Boone Mill. Va. "I day in the interest of his candidacy. suffered fbrfive years with stom- Mr Sowder is a true-blu- e demoach trouble and could not eat as crat and a nice man, and we bemuch as a biscuit without suffering. I have taken three bottles of lieve he would make a splendid Chamberlain's Tablets and am now judge a well woman and weigh 168 STRENGTHEN WEAK pounds. I can now eat anything When you think of Ladies Suits I want to, and as much as I want KIDNEYS and feel better than I have at any for fall think ot Fish's. Don't suffer longer with weak time in ten years. I refer to any kidueys. .You cau get prompt reone in Boone Mill or vicinity and lief by taking Electric Bitters, they will vouch for what I say." that wonderful remedy praised by amkg Chamberlain's Tablets are for sale women ever) where.. Start with a by all dealers. you will soon feel bottle you have like a new women wifh ambition to Do not fear Pelagra if without fear or After any Sickness ajar of 'the Nesbitt Golden Oint- work,Dowling of San pain. Mr. John Francisco, or Operation ment It has cured all skin writes: "Gratitude for the doctors preicribe !COTT'S diseases, old sores, piles, burns, wonderful effect of ElectricBitters EMULSION to. contain, tbe o write." Good for vital element nature craves poison. Price prompts eczema, and blood Nothing better to repair waste, create par the liver as well Address Nesbitt $1.00 per jar. blood and build physical strength. for mdidestion or billiouness. Golden OintmentfCo. No Alcohol or Opiate Price, 5oc and $l.oo, at Chas C. 3 Scott & Bowtie. Bloorafield. N. J. Mt. Vernon, Ky, Davis. Aug, 22-lf to-da- Georgia Thomas and Julia Fiukle. of Winchester, Ky., were the at'' tractive guests of Mrs. E. L. Cock-erelthe past week. Mrs. Martha Owens, of Level Green, visited relatives here last week. Miss Bettie French, who has been very low for some time seems to grow weaker, and without great change can't last long. Miss Annie Baker, of Mt. Vernon, has returned home after a few days' visit with Miss Lucinda Dees Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Preston hive returned home after a few days visit with relatives at Boston and Lebanon Junction. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. E. Drum-raond- s are in Knoxville, Tenn , attending the exposition. W. E. l, Corn No. 2 white 7777Vc, No. 3 white 761$:77c, No. 4 white 74 No. 3 yel76o, No. 2 yellow low 75tfr751,.c, No. 4 yellow 73Vj vention has just 741L.c. No. 2 mixed 75&76c. No. 3 announces au opening session on .nixed 775Vic, No. 4 mixed 733 Monday nicht the 22d with the TiYiC, mixed ear 7779c, yellow ear 7880C, white ear 7779c. liny No. 1 timothy $18.5018.75, convention sermon by Rev. R. N. standard timothy $1717.50, No. 2 timSimpson of Harrodsburg; the othy $16.50 16.75. No. 3 timothy $14.50 315, No. 1 clover mixed $1516, No. Christian Women's Board of Mi 2 clover mixed $1214, No. 1 clover sions, the national missionary or- $13.5014, No. 2 clover $1012. standOats No. 2 white ganization of the women of the ard 43c, No. 3 white 41fc43c. No. 4 Church of which Mrs. Louise L. white 3841c, No. 2 mixed Campbell of Lexington is the No. 3 mixed 401&41c, No. 4 mixed 39 7576c, GRANVILLE OWENS -- L!JPgiJ5.ER BrodRead Ky I I 4343c. 4141c, Secretary, will convene on Tues Missionary day; the Kentucky H. W. Elliott Sulphur Convention, Secretary, has its session Wednesday aLd Bible School Day will be Thursday the 25th. On the program are the names of State and National leaders of the Church. Rev. P. H. Welshimer ot Canton, Ohio who superintends the largest Bible School in the world ard whose Church leads the Disciples of Christ in membership, will close the convention with an addre s Thursday night. An attendaice of one thousand or more is expected, representatives coming frcm all Churchesof Christ in Kentucky. For this convention the railroad fare rate will be one and one-haplus a quarter for the round trip in Kentucky from all points Dates of sale September 22 25. good returning September 2g. 41c. red 9091c. Eggs Prime 221fcc, Wheat No. firsts 24 c, firsts ordinary firsts 19c, seconds 14c. Poultry Springers, 2 lbs and over, lGc; under 2 4lbs, 16ic; old roosters, 9c: hens, over lbs, 13'c; light, 4 lbs and under, 13c; ducks, under 3 lbs, 10c; spring ducks, 3 lbs and over, 12c; white, 4 lbs and over, lie; turkeys, 8 lbs and over, 18c; old toms, 18c; young 18c. red 9192jC, No. No. 4 red 7090c. 2 3 COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, flillliil y$&c&x:-y Mail, Telegraph or Tele- - phone orders Promptly Filled. Cattle er steers, extra choice $6.507.65. common to fair $4.756.25; heifers, extra $7, good to choice $6.256.90, common to fair $4.506.15; cows, extra $6.25S6.50, good to choice $5.506.15, common to fair $35.25, canners $2.754. $5.50 Si 6.15, extra Bulls Bologna $6.256.35, fat bulls $66.35. Calves Extra $11.25, fair to good $8.5011, common and large $4.50 L Hogs Selected heavy $8.408.60, good to choice packers and butchers $8.708.80, mixed packers $8.60"8.70, stags $46.40, extra $6.50, common to choice heavy fat sows $4.257.10, ex10.50. Shippers $7.258.15; butch$7.757.85; good to 3oriKr!ik SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, SEPT. 17th $,50 Trip Round 1 .50 Trip Round tra $7.157.25, light shippers $8.25 $1.753.25, heavy sheep $33.50. common to choice $3.503.90, 8.80, pigs (110 lbs and less) $3.50S. Sheep Extra light ?4, good t fa' SPECIAL TRAIN Lambs Good to choice $7.257.7 common to fair $4.506.25, culls $3.! A, yearlings, $3.255.25, stock ewi Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. -- $3.504.50. WARSHIP IS WANTED. e i.-.- lt-2- L. Douglas, Ariz. Practically all Americans va. the Yaqul river valley and the the section surrounding Guaymas have begun preparations to leave for the Uxited States. Request has been made to the state department that a warship be sent to the mouth of the Mayo and Yaqul rivers to receive refugees. Several small bands of Indians were reported to have taken the field Independently of the Insurgent troops, which virtually control the Sonora state. t POUND, the place to buy Spectacles LC and Eyeglasses for $1.50"and up. Gol.l,-VSilver and Aluminum Frames. Largest selection in town. Kyes lesterf Free. Years of exper ience. . FOUND! yyyyk tj . r-j , JT, ft r- - Dentist KY, Phone-48-- S. MT. VERNON, J. C. MOORE JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. COX Fro'n tRooms over Baker's Store BROS. 3TORB 3XX33ICX r .,: , :v&- - - '..,.'. , .'.WS - KgwWCTMi.lruawirtiLrtjTi,1r;riv?W ML VERNON SIGNAL Mt. VerKoK'j Ky. , Sept 5,.iii3 John D. tiller was home dutihgj " ! iSKODUJJAD. LEVEL (JliEEN. .e week. Will H Fish, was j in Londdiuj ! sometime this fall, probably No- - ship and it will sooa e completed. 11 iss Loussna Whitehead is visit- - j Miss Marv Mae Lathi m return- up "No. 79" Wiiefa- 17 Prizes given by comvembei wan to 9IQNAL (, i' ing in Williamsburg Coinrrliini, t panies engaged in the manufacture ed from Louisville, Saturday, cote with Miss Sadie Richards will ''leave of Agricultural Implements will where she had been to a specialist tomorrow aud Miss Bernice Lan. be awarded to fanners showing and had to undergo a slight opera.-Vo . drum Monday for E. K. S. N. the best farm products such as tiou lor some throat trouble. T. Ttcc TinVilto T3olitT ."" ic rAopli. -,77'-- , . rV Richmond icorn, pumpkins, potatoes., wheat, J. Brown was up from Somerset ing in tne .Eastern part of the ' Pmthfiro. of oats, hays, etc. The State's Agri- - Sunday, and was accompanied back county passed thru here TMesday HnwrPna Miss .. iculturists will be present with oy ms niece, miss ueorgia uenlry. euroute to her home, at Flat Lick Co. Chicago, and Mrs E. A Prothero Louisville 4. Nashville R R. la&fK-i'y- J r Es Mr and Mrs. Athel Baker and for a few davs visit. Mrs Fannie of Sherburrue, Ky., were guests other noted men of the Agricul-TIME TABLE. sju Lowell, of Mioun, are Price has recovered from a slight of Mrs. Sadie Moore during the tural field. This will be.a great !"' viiting'rel.mves and friends here, 4.59 pm 22 uorLh treat for Rcckcastle. Mr. Teu-- 1 attack of fever. Miss Essie week. am 24 nortu ton, who has charge of the work1 Unas. Vanhook has a position as Brown is suffering this week with 3:53 LOCAL 23 south 11:38 am will offer several prizes, and some section foremon near Winchester, a sprained arm caused by falling 21 South 12:19 am ol the leading merchants of this and "will move his family tllere Swan Hats in the now Fall place, may, if they desire offer 'soon. Mrs Walter DeBord and from an apple tree. J. G. Thompson has gone to Indiana, to work Jas. Landkum, Agent. Styles are ready nt Fish's. premiums. Remember this Fair, children ol Somerset, spent last awhile. Mrs D. R Gentry and Phone No. 8. Master son Richard, W? T. Todd will oppn a barber ajjd begin now taking j ride in week with her parents were down Ironi Ky. Postofiice shop in Ih- - place recently vacated Kniere.1 at the Alt Vernon, products. James Reynolds was very sick a Quail Sunday, jour Agricultural mail matter. as stoond-cisu- s by Cox and Mashal. now up on the first More details w.ll be gii'tfn la.ter. few days last week. Mr and Mrs. -t i Mr. and Mrs blinley Tate nave B F. Nicely of Indianapolis, who BIG OFFER Florsbeim Shoes for Men, cost display of PERSONAL ha-- e been visiting here will soou more by the pair but less by the reutncd to their home in MoriUWe have just made special G M. Ballaid is in McKee th year. Five Dollars a pair at Ki?h't:. town, Tenn, after spending several return home. Their daughter Mrs arrangements for a good, strong, iveuks with her mocLer, Mis. Marina uwens will accompany Wtek on business. winning clubbing combination At the Baptist Church Sunday Linda Benton. Miw ;J2Jie Storm ttieui and will probably make that which Mrs T. C. Dukt has been very "fcept. includes, The Signal, The 7. theie will be Su day has returned home after spending her home. The ball game played TO BE SHOWN 1AT TOWN. ?icW for the past week. Weekly Enquirer, Farm & Fire t School at 10: a. m. preaching at 11: mouth with lelatives in on Saturday, August sSid. beJohn Shepherd of Lebanon June a.m., preaching at jillo p. w. t)e past sde, semi, rnqntrily, poultry Stic-pesLondon and Keavy. Mr. fpul tween Level Greennd Spjra, monthly, Woman's World, Sion was here yesterday. by m--m pastor, Services conducted have an Mrs. B, R. VJlmptt aud Mr. and ended in a scojf of 9 to 2 in favor monthly, Farm News, se monthly. Samuel Cox has been on the Cordial invitation to ah. of Level Green, and th& game Mis. J. J. Albiight, spent the day lection of new fabrics styles All one year to the same address Pastor. sick list for a day or two. auuday in Maieiburg with Mr. phyed the 30th, between Bee Lick for anly$i 5o This offer lasts H.J. Mullins and son Grant, are The Royal Amusement Co., and Mrs. J. J. McCall Miss and Level Green, ended ina score YQM are invited to look only 60 days. Old subscribers to attending tile Somerset Fair. shows, Amy Pioctoits down from Mt. of 7 lo 4 in favor of Level Green. with a . Signal, niay gel this samt G. E. Price sold his brother the and buy if you like Mr?. R. L. Langford was visit- etc.. will pitch tents on Willis M"c Vernou bpeuding a few days with by paying up past due a tine saddle mare at a reason- combination ing in Danville during the week. Kenzie's lot ou Richmond Mr. and M?s J. W- - Proctor, vi J! subscription aud socts. additional. ri FM Dr, near raihoad depot on next Mon- Misses Etta Sowder and Dolhe able pricp. Miss. Viola DeBoid Mr? W. G. MrBee is with sg 4 ney subscribers get the entire list and Mrs D. B. southards at Stan-foi- day, Se t. Sth. A portion of gross Owens are in Dauillo tliis week who in teaching neat" Wildie 5o. Send all orders by pqyirig $1 receipts will bo devoted to Boone Isaac SncdgrabS of Denver, Visiting homelolksfor a few days. to the Signal. Z'ke Hampton and A. F. LawQplo., is here for a few das visit. Little Jack Fish is able to sit up Way Booster Band, 162 "Ss- - - ISfTM't Mrs. 4fer'0u Protheroeandniece rence weie in Somerset lact Monagain alter suffering with typhoid In 23rd line of article on report since July ist. of Reconuaissance Survey Report Miss Havarena tf Chcago, 111. day.-- Mrs. Dahlia bliell is visit FOR FLITPHERS ing eiatives at Plato, tor a few Mrs. Dr. W. T. Francis is visit- on Boone Way the words "bark are spending a few days with Mr, days. The Baptist Association ing her daughter, Mrs. J. D. Gaits er hill" should read "larger aud Mrs. R. S. Martin this week. Miss Ina McCoy, of Mt. Vernon, hills", and where it bays "tracks" in Mon.icello Tir is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A Chester Landrum and Frank it sh.mld read "tracts' Our Longmire were home trout Ches- printer has almost recovered from Marshall Smith this week. Miss , this ttn hum a new Ada Ward has returned hoijie from the effect of the late fairs. ter, Teun , Sunday. n ry-TJT "?r AroiKJ a I Two of the large ptate glass London, after spending the past X Mr- E D. Hansel is here from i P" II aa.oee " TMT tvo weeks with relatives Joe Lawreuceburg for a short visit to of Sutton & McBee's store front broke Tuesday night, seemingly Riddle, of Walnut Grove, spent a iiomefolks and friends. few diys with relativos the latter Get Him a. Pair of ConMisses Robertson and Clarkson without any provocation. part of the week. Mrs, James Honest Leather of the Langdon Memorial faculty tractor Steve proctor attributed O wens has been ery sick for the ' the mishap toiiie contraction of arrived the first of the past week. - Mrs J. H. Roberts the metal bars, which, joines the Lht'e Miss Anth T. French of big glats together. a few daS with Mrs. Daisy Wildie set ut is with the the Hunt at Crab Orchrrd last veek Vernon Kentucky family of her Uncle, J. Fish. Miss Tempest Ward, one of our and Mashal are now located Cox SCttQOl. SWOLS A Home School Tor Girls. Ilidi Stantlanl of Work." Jarve Reams is here from Tren- in their handsome new tjuarters, popular school teachers delightton, Mo., to atteud the funeral of thi room recently occupied by the fully entertained a number of the Excellent Record of Health. fltijipy Home Life. Then you won't have to Po.stofBre, prepared to serve tjeir teachers and few of her most iuti bis sister, Mrs. W. D. Laswell. "Fuss" at him for wearSpecial Cour&es in Domestic Science and Miibic. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Furnish ciibtoiners with the best in their mate frieiiflsat her home Monday ing out his shoes, s,q have gone to housekeeping in their line a good shave and a hair cut. evening. The lawn wa, beauti- & For catalogue and further inforinatinn wrije to Vxen St?auJNcv;5 Jiyt. quickly. hoir.e, Brooksi)e, ou East Main at .same old prices 25 cts. for hair fully docoruted, and delightful re Miss Maky IIosm jMcCosu, Principal. fresh meats were served at a late cut and 10 cts for a shave St. to Blame The Boy the Shoes IVIt. Vernon, Kv hour. All who had the honor of Most thoc3 made for children contain James H. Coffey, prosperous shoes. The Mt Vernon Telephone Co. beiug present left praising the ic naner soles, comnosition heels and ordinary them. Your girls and boys will like farmet of the Buckeye section, fs has for a big new charming hostess, and all feel y counters, hidden where you can't see Get ''Tess and Ted "School Shoes for on the sick list, threatened with switchboard lor Mt Vernon ex grateful for being so beautifully i? them. can't expect such shoes to stand your girls and boys. You will save fc ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE fc You fever. money because perdayof wear fc "A" the hard wear children give them. change which will be iustajlpd be- entertained. ATTORNEY-AT-LAThe undersigned, administrator A- "Tess and Ted" School Shoes are is less than when other shoes are worn, &. .Edgar Mullins, special agent for tween the i.")th aud 80th of this Jionestly made cf good leather. No of the estate of A. T. Fish, will, "Tess and Ted" and 700 other MT. VERNON. KY. the L. & N. with headquarters at month. Line materials have also Mrs. W. D. Laswell died at her k substitutes for leather are ever V3ed. k lit etylei of "Star Brand" Shoes are sold TJT . -between .the hours of one o'clock T OFFICE. On 2cd. floor o Paris, was here for few days last bee . purchased for the improve- home on Richmond Street, at 3: a. 7T law are jnatis to lit th. crowin" by 20,000 good dealers. Don't just go, Ty foot. Thev loo!; betinto.any store come to us. We carry k and lour o'clock in the afternoon, The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Churc week. m. Wednesday morning after an of Brand Shoes. and fit a full ment of the lines. than k r terBe sure betterget the genuinelinewith "Starname on"the sole and on Sept. 22d, 1913, at thi front street. Special attention given the yon illness of one week of eresypelas, k Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wood were T&E k door of the County Court House., to collections.2 Dr. Lock, the hookworm spec- and other complications. "'JVir the star on the hsel. Then you'll know why It came over from Conway Wednesday the Phone No 80. in Mt. Vernon, Ky., offer for sale guests of Mr. aud Mrs. J. G. ialist, has completed his labors in as a great shock to her host ol k Brand Shoes Are 10 shares of the capital stock of Rockcastle. In all there were friends and relatives, when the k On every lioel Anderson. the the Banic of Mt. Vernon, each about 3,700 people examined. word was given out on Tuesday Ifeal Parrott is a Lewisburg. k share being of the face value of Twenty per cent were infected afternoon that there was no possiTenu., superintending the erection k $100. with hook worms ai:d a small ppr ble chance for her recovery and k of a large rock crushing plant for kkk He will also offer for sale at the cent of the balance were found to that the final sutcuions was only a the W. .1. Sparks Co. same time and place 5 Shares of have different parasites, of less in.r matter of a few houis. Mrs. Las (Mingnirr.Trnij rtmr tnt Theo Morey the well known porlance, lea in j about thnty to of the Capital Stock of the Citiwell was a daughter of Mr. and Fertilizer salesman and Progressive thirtv-fiv- e Remington Cub find Thm zen's Bank of Brodhead, each . per cent of th se exrV t J iwtrJ th Autoloads always ready nominee for Representative was in amined entirely free fn m : y Mrs. George R Reams, ot this Sara&iiSHSSS&A. T7J share being of fare value ot $100. A 'Wx-i'.vs:":.vjagsy"Trvc:fc.?x county, and was one of those v Iff J. town during the week. Terms of sale, will be made cash of these, troubles. Man people saintly character--- , thai; to iia.jxi ai SE?5S3iSSz wk1. c. i intAar. cr i u .J know SS in hand, and it will be sold as a Mr. Frank Long mite informs looked upon this as a fake her was an inspiration and blesswaole, or by the share, to suit the us that he will leave Mt. Vernon proposition, but with this like ing. Besides her Darents, she Mount Vernon Monumental; purchaser or purchasers. in November and locate on a farm most everything else people want leaves a heart broken husband and which he recently bought iuTenn to "'be shown" and time only will This the 21st day of Aug. i9i3. m five small children, one only two S. D. 'Lewis, essee. prove to those people, the wisdom aud a half months old, To them the Aifmr. of the estate o: Master Kenneth Oatts has re- - and benefits of the three weeks' entire community of and extends sympaA. T. Fish, dee'd. turned to his home in Monticello labor of Dr, Lock and his assoc- thy and asks God's blessings in anil after spending the Summer with iates this sad hour of affliction. Granite Monuments of all bis grandparents, Dr and Mrs. W. For Sale: Modern moving T(ie botjy was removed to the Caught At Last: Rant. BalEstimates furnished T. Francis. picture sliov, theatre and dance kinds. lard has at last been caught aid is home of Wallace Laswell near Or hall in new western city fully on application. Misses Alza Thompson aud now safely lodged behind the bars lando, a brother of the Doctor's, equipped, repdy for running any GEO. OWENS Prppr. Julfa Fish and Messrs C. D. Sut-.to- iu the Mt. Vernon iail. kind of show or dance. Good Hp was 10 ne in wait lor me arrival 01 Her Pone 112 money maker. and F. L. Thompson were located at Miamisburg Ohio, by brother L J. Jteams, from Tren Price 12500. Will trade for good property or vith Miss Ella Thompson near sheriff T. J Niceley and Deputy ton, Mq., and this afternoon the sell part down ballance on easy wt Danville, from Friday until Mon- sheriff Cam Mullins, who went to burial will take place at the family term. For further particulars, day. A NY way you look at it, the Ohio Saturday and returned here burrying ground near their old J.C.-MeCL'ARaddress, O. C. Evans, home, after short services to be - Autoloader is the high-e- st Judge S. D. Lewis returned with Ballard Monday morning. It Richmond, Ky. UNDERTAKER in and EMBAlMER Wednesday night from Battle will be remembered that Ballard conducted by the Rev. T. C. Duke. Creek, Mich, and reports Mrs. came to this county some three or For Sale: One good horso, modern shotgun design, Lewis very much improved. He four years ago and bought some- some corn and some farming tools It puts five loads at your also says that Judge B. J. Betbur-ur- a thing near 1000, worth of stock, etc. See Rupert Menifee, on disposal by merely pressing giving checks lor the same, all of Ren fro Creek. is almost himself again. v Aug. 28 2b. -isiiaSs which went to protest. trigger. It puts the recoil to the Before Miss Mamie Oatts of Monticel t,!..fss! The Mt. Vernon Christian Entue cnecics could reach the Paint useful, work to Mt Vernon, K lo, who has been visiting her wn Lick bank, the bank on which deavor Society will meet at the empty and slip in the grandparents here, for the past Home and office in the lnte residene they were drawn and get returns, Presbyterian church, Sunday evenshell. three months, will leave tomorrow ir. flyers formerly occupied on o had made his escape with ing at 6:45 p. m. The leader will PitR for Richmond, where she will Ballard l saves the gunners shoulder: the stock and disposed of it and he Miss Ruth Mullins. You are enter Richmond Normal School. rids his sport of annoyances inthe only thing the victims of Bal- most cordially invited to attend and creases his shooting average. Attv. E. B- - Thompson writes lard's thievery could do, was to take a art in these meetings. from Arizona, that Ed Langford, bold--a- s Your danger is that in your entreasured assests the On Saturday September L'O, son of Jailer J. S. Lang ford who worthless checks. We understand thusiasm over the autoloading prinI went west for his health a few that Ballard will eudeavor to com- 1913. I will. offer for sale, to the ciple, you may forget to insist on highest bidder at my home on W. months ago. is in ,a very serious promise with the parties, all getting the finest embodiment of that of Main St. Mt. Vernou, a lot of condition and is rapidly growing wbom are farmers living within a principle the Remington Autoloadhouse hold and kitchen furuituie, Mr. weaker. Langford has radius of eight miles of Mt. Vering Shotgun. written his son to change location non but jt is to be hoped that not some doors, and healing stoves'. The peculiar advtMage of the Remington are r nrlvntflu if c.cr-a- ' and at present does not know a single man will accept any kind sales n,,H t.w too many to detail here. WJiatyou want to dn to I ., 'i hnm, e Let one of the R'tniogton dealer in this sccti jn whether he will return home or go of a compromise, except dollar for 'privately to demonstrate them to you on the sun j on easy terms, to some other health resort. a MeUllio CartriJgs Co. Remington dollar what is due him. ! 'Aug. 22-4- t. Wilus Adams. XI 99 Broadway N.. Yo'k 1 calling Sunday. Work ;s prr greSbing niceiv on The High School will Conduct Agricultural Fair at this olace the new church house at Friend- 79 held.at Poplar Grove; tbU yean will begiu on the qth. anS. continue three davs and nights. Mrs. Emmet Hasty of Hubble, 12 visiting her mother Mrs Rulh Brown this week. The infa.nl-- . child of Mr. and Mrs. Will Poieet died Montlaj night and was hur ried at Poplar Grave Tuesday. will be! '- ..; ' - - .nfc v --- arerfgsfei'r m r m' i V -- c" csrni j -" .- -j ., V'fMJr -. 1 ! , i .mm The " CURTAIN "is -- Mm ills LADIES SUITS We "All Star" s, merry-go-roun- d, SSii flM & -- d. s it 3aE4r Children Cry CASTORIA - ) i Don't Blamei I the Boy t i Langdon Memorial, Industrial School 'tisUBa i Mt i Ja Isn't It's cfti-trade- J J the-co- st 'C. Williams, 1 J.iL&z--x- i "Star Better." A- . i. irTnX KgSSii T n 1 A. a .v ' Manufacturers n 'mM0!m AUTOLOADING &Jm&Ugr 'mfimm i shotguns f Y development W. T.FRANCIS, -- eject the frsh 'rfc' nn; '' "ol nfo t--rj. Kv sw J 1 iu-l- f. Armi-Unio- 2 '- i jf-'- - - - - 1 r I NO ONE STRONGER THAN HIS STOMACH. itoeMeti-fthroeg- the" opinion ttat The eeWbratedDr. Abcrncthy of London vras firmly ofailments in general. At oT Ifee ftomnchTwcrc the most prolific source of human rcocnt nedieal writer says: "every feeling, emotion and affection reports at thr elisor-rfc'r- DISEASE IS PREVENTABLE OUT OF EVERY HUNDRED DEATHS IN KENTUCKY THIRTY-NINARE PREVENTABLE. E BANQUET TO THE NEW MINISTER TO PANAMA j urmssi r,'wriWliii' 1 ." He continues, " so we may be center of the body If Ulk (Mru?A) the stomach." He goes on to show that the stomach is .414 tkc vital eeater of the body. For weak stomachs and the consequent indigestion no result h (-- the system of nerves) and the stomach is affected accordingly. therefrom, Juptpiia, nd the multitude of various diseases wliich be better suited as a curative agent thai. BcditC'eoa ill. A'lCrce S ixoiaen trieuicai UMScovery. " Several months ago I suffered from a severe pain right oc writes Mils. G. M. Mujikkx, o under the breast-boneCorona, Calif. "Had suffered fromjt, off and on, for sevdid not know eral years. I also suffered from heart-burwith what was the mattergood. me. 1 tried several medicines: Finally, I was told it was my but they did mo no liver. I did not dare to eat as it ir.ado me worse. Whenever I swallowed anything It seemed that I would fainfr- -J not eating. Wa hurt fo. I grew very thin and weak fromDiscovery. too. I tnh to take Dr. Pierce's Golden Jledlcal five bottles of It, and could feel myself getting better fro. the first dose. I could eat a little without pain and grt" I am strong and well and can do a b" strong fast. day's work with ease. Can eat everything and have put r fleh wonderfully. I will say to all sufferers write to J 1'icree. lie uas mv uiiuj jhu suuhiuo. ?' n, Danville Citizens Giv- - Testimony To Their Esteem For Hon. W. J. Price Before He Leaves most appropriate and delightful testimony to the love and es teem in which he is held at home, was given at Danville last Friday night when the Commercial Club of that city gave a banquet in honor of Hon. William Jennings Price, who left on Monday to take up his duties as Minister from the United States to the republic of of Panan'a. More than 2OO of the leading citizens of the town and 'county gathered to wi-- h the. Minister Godspeed on his jonmey and 'inhsrow home. Presidert C. N. Smith, of the Commercial as acted Club, toastmaster Toasts weie responded to by several of Danville s bus'nss and professional men. Resolutions were adopted highh commending Senator James for A - ErfSE.ii; r&W rTawiMww rmijiiaiiiiM 1 1P3 laia Allium aw i Infants hand Children. laaii For b. rm rw h n a jm n na Moat Diseases in Kentucky Caused by Consumption, Pneumonia, Typhoio Fever, Diphtheria, Measles, Smallpox or Gonorrhoea. Ky. e y ALCOHOL .. .1 9 fg ppp -M t The Kind You Have Always Bough! cuxr. AVc'IclablcPrcparallonro; jjraHaimgtterooJaidlkgifc To-da- y Mas. Uvnxxn. ' iii (Special.) Out of jvery hundred deaths iu the state ol Kentucky thirty-ninare preventable says the Kentucky Tuberculosis Com Jiission. And what is a preventable iisease? It is one which is directly or ndirectly spread from one person with it to others. We know .vhat most of these diseases in are, viz., consumption, pneumo-iia- , typhoid fover, scarlet fever, diphsuf-'erin- Lexington, Bears the Signature r IVoir otes Dtos! yrHnfi!i- iicss ana .'esLCGiitiuts i.?iiiw OpiiRi.Morpilur nurliumL v. x m ta In g Not Narcotic. MejpecrofJBrW'SSJ.ruGim Ken-uck- y PlsfhaScti" J'fSOZlt- fIfJmSrtd- theria, malaria, whooping-coug- h Here are several reasons why I trade at C C. Davis' Drug Store: BECAU3E -- Quality considered, his price can't be beaten. BECAUSE There are no delays ; customers receive prompt attention. BECAUSE --Things we get at ChasI C. Davis' Store are all right. BECAUSE Things that go wrong bought at " Chink's" place will be made 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. measles, smallpox, cerebro-splna- l syphilis, and gonorrhoea. Each of these diseases is caused by the growth in the body of a tiny organism ommonly called a germ. These germt :an not be seen by the naked eye, but under the microscope the shapes characteristics and habits of most oi them have been studied, so that they are now as well known to physicians as are those of human beings or do mestic animals. The eggs of hookworms are also transmitted from person to person, but in this case the organism can plainly be seen by the naked eye. , Since we know how these diseases are transmitted, it is perfectly pbsslble, when people aid the doctors, to prevent their men-.ngiti-full-grow- n - tlaifxi SbiT Aperfect Remedy for Coitsfipa-ion . Sour Stonnch.Blarrfcra "Worms .Convulsions leveiislr ness aiulLQSS OF sIEEP. M-:- ftJ fi vi "m ft Jp Use the appointment THE LAST OF THE FAMILY, The new minister was born in ut of thirty-twmembers of three generations of this rural Kentucky Lancaster, Garrard county, on family, this one survives. At least December 13, 1S73. but removed o ttu o racSbiib Signature cf spread. sixteen died cf consumption, all in to Danville many the same house. There was no mon- with his parents ears ago, vhere he has since ey to give them adequate care. A county tuberculosis hospital, which made his home. He was graducould have cared for the first cases ated fr in Centre Col.ege in I892 and prevented the infection of the with high honors receiving the A. othets, might have saved several lives in this one family. B. degree. He w.as given the A. I && 95555 '".; lus, Centaur Compact, NEW YORK. or over Thirty Year S feuarantced tmckr the BtE lYv r Mfiff L.xact Copy of wrapper. ait '"' M. degree by the same institution yfejti3gg'ij'ifl ?flPff SMFiF,wTiflifTIGf? 5ggagggaiwKH ThC CCNTAUd COMMNV isini ai P si J i a 5i?i ftfth ?Jsassal & OK ClTY FRESH AIR! SUNSHINE! C. Davis is never grouchy i you don't buy. Try Him. Phone 29. ies It's a lucky thing that God made so The Italians have a saying, "When much fresh air; it does more for us he sunlight is shut out, the doctor it t In." Fire, steam and a few powei than we ever imagine. Few .things have such a destructive effect on most ul chemicals are the only thin-- s th disease germs, after they leave the vill kill disease germs as quickly a body, as a slow, steady draft of fresh unlight. The germ in the spit of a air. For instance, the germs of con- :onsumptive, exposed to the glare of sumption will be killed by it in less the July bun for an hour or two, are than twenty-fou- r hours. Consideilnj lead or harmless. Xor is the any more friendly to the other 'he number of people moving about tiny enemies of mankind. Consequent and spreading the germs of consmnp y, leave your windows and shutters lion, it is lucky for us all that th open for the fresh air and sunshine ,'resh" air keeps so steadily and effe tively at work. Fresh air is also, b several hours every day. If you are ong odds, the most important facti afraid it is going to fade the carpet in the cure of consumption. IT take up the carpet. Bare floors ar leaner and consequently more heaitl steady breathing of fresh air twen four hours a day, regardless of tl: ful any way. Instead of carpats ut. nigs and frequently expose them t weather, will do more to produce jure than any other single thing. Th the fresh air and sunshine. Give th fresh air and sunshine as much access constant supply of fresh air? purgln the body of impurties, keeps the m. to your whole body as possible. Excr- ise out of doors daily, with garments hinery of the body liteially in "gco. lighting trim," and, at the same time mo heavier than necessary. The fresh ir and sunshine, as well as the exer-ise- , slowly and surely kills the germs will stimulate the action of the oast pff. kin in throwing off the waste proi' Kentucky Tuberculosis Commisslor ucts of the bedy. Kentucky Tuberculosis Commissio: sun-hin- e INHERITED! -- A Check on s a check on The Mt. Vernon Bank ur payments. "When it comes lack to you it is an indisputable receipt for your money Payment by cherk.is a check on spending, too. You think twice before drawing a check. And the second thought often results in your not drawing it at all. Open an account and you'll save in spite of yourself. THE BANK OP MT. VERNON MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, W. L. RICHARDS, President, . A. B. FURNISH, Cashier. 1 !- - r irons Ml1 "He inherited consumption"! This the way a great many people account for every case of the disease. If the parents did not have it, some times it is maintained that the dlseast was transmitted by Inheritance more distant ancestor. This it all nonsense. The new.born baby of consumptive parents Is" not affectec" with the disease. However, when v case of consumption In. the family If being ignorantly or carelessly handled at home, it Is perfectly possible for a little child to be Infected at any time after birth. That, however, is not in heritance; a healthy adopted bab would stirrer the same fate. It docs not matter even if all of your relatives died of consumption, you need not necessarily travel the same dreary road. If you will live as much aa possible in the open air, eat plenty of simple, well cooked foods, and no other, exercise, bathe and sleep regularly, and consult your physician as soon as you seem to be breaking down, there is no reason Is fron-som- EXERCISE! person leading a quiet, sedentary life is healthy only by accident, Lnless he makes up fcr by a Utile vigorous, open air exercise. Cram a locomotive with coal, without removing the cinders, and the engine will become . so clogged as not to work The body is exactly like a lict motive; if it is not exercised, the waste products accumulate and the result is disease. Moreover, ju- diclou8 exercise shakes up the organs of the body and increases their activity; it keeps the muscles in condition to meet the extraordi nary emergencies which may come to any of us; and, if taken heartiiy diverts the mind from its ordinary cares snd lets a man return with new vigor and refreshed spirits tc his tasks. Ninety per cent of the women who bother the doctors with all sorts of more or less vague complaints, need nothing but a loose dress, a hoe and a garden. Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. A fire-box and was graduated from the College of Law the same ear. Mr. Price was one ol the found pnniiimnwwmminin!!!!!!!!!!!! mniiuuiiiiiHiuituitiu ers and editors of the Centre XL. VERNON CASKET CD. College Cento, was a" member of . the Scribblers' Cluband the Sigma Chi Fraternity. He was DemoPRACTICAL aMi cratic elector from Kentucky in 3s &&$-?-HNnRRTnwppQ 1900, and was twic elected Prose 5 W&&S5ix&-7:UXHRAL DIRECTORS, cuting Attorney of Boyle county AND RctfSfPr irtMllrC. L without opposition, tho the di.- s E3usAjji-:ifmet is one of thecloet politically Mt. Vernon, Ky, in Kentucky. He was a cantli date for Congress against the RGETALIC G. G. Gilbert in iflOU when illness zz Fcobes. forced him to retire from the Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of race For seven years he was a g: work for the company. member of the facuhy of the ZZZ College ot Law of Central Univer--itOrders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points and has been an active practi tioner in State and Federal courts, Manager and is a member of the bar of the Ofiice Mt. Vernou Mnnun.entul Buiklincr PHONE llil United State Sup.eme Court. One of the features of the eveniiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuaiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiuiiiimnuiiiiiuiiii ing was the address of Col B b ' ""'-- -irtlm ninin Evans, kinsman and life J01 g Al friend of tho honor guest. ways eloquent and a master ol orator's art, Col. Evans did him self proud, and delivered Lims-of a gem. He began with lines: Your name nuijT flaunt a titled iu 18D5, 1 i s Zl $ - h-t-e imm g COUCH -- - Coffinsand CASKETS 3 ; y 3 3 GEORGE OWENS, 11 ;:G3;Vicr jj&if K.JLJ &a 1 thefat-touchin- prop-iery- trail. Proud as j zvhht. aW KJ umi Okl & u n ,v. ; .i t cockrel's rainbow tail; And mine as brief appendix wear As Tarn O'Shanter's luckless R a rup-ieath- ers mare; j Today, old friend, remember still That I am Bob and you are Bill. Padded, Sewed andnew Stirrps and Stir- - f ,u at a reasonable price V Menfs Saddles, new $4.00 and up & Ladies' Saddles, new, $500 and up Iain Street back of Court House. why you should die of consumption. Kentucky Tnhrctilois Commission. I U&DBBTAKBR JB k W FOOD! The three things necessary to cure consumption, beyond, the advice and supervision of the physician or nurse, are fresh air, rest and food. A patient must have fresh air twenty-fou- r hours a day, and rest or exercise according to the orders of the doctor. The most important items in the diet are eggs and milk, because they contain a large proportion of easily digested nutriment. A few years ago, the doctors reasoned that if a little of this highly nutritious diet in small bulk was good, a lot would be better; and so, in many cases, the patients were stuffed until their stomachs did not work properly. Now, the question of diet is better understood; only so much of milk and eggs are given as the patient can easily digest. Of course, other foods are necessary, and are to be used in strict accordance with the doctor's orders. It is his business to know what things the patient can digest. A Pennsylvania consumptive, who tried to live largely on a diet of boiled ham and cabbage, experienced the natural result of a steady decline. Remember, then, if you are a consumptive, to follow the doctor's orders strictly in regard to the diet; and if he does not prescribe- - a considerable use of milk and eggs, go to another doctor. Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. Yov've won the great worlds envitd prize, nd fie you look in people's eyes. With HON and Plenipotentiary, Tn big brave letters fir to se Your hand, old fellow, that's the job, For you are Bill and I am Bob. WT. DAVIS 38ClOCgDot. SorDoCDoCSjCt -- Vt ;dJbcc. S j? Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Handnade Coffinsfurnished jFtBTTv P5tPvvJ rv CKy Hearse sent to all parts of the County Alforders by Wire Promptly Filled M Phone W. A. COX, 94-S tfglfeajpgf,'-'-;- MT. VERNON, KY ' 'X, ,'j gsjasasgaaagsUj MQNAS McKENZIE SELLS SHOES THE "ROYALBLUE" ? - is to your interest to examine the Seb line before you buy IE you need a good pair of shoes it mcrcnofi MT. VERNON, KY. -- 1. - COUGHT A BAlFcOLD "Last winter my son cought a very bad cold and the way he coughed was something dreadful," writes Mrs. Sarah E. Duncan, of T.ipton, Iowa. "We thought sure he was going into consumption. We bought just one bottle of Chamberlain's Congh Remedy and th'afc-on- e bottle sjtopped his cough and cured his cold completely." Fbr ssn' dealers !y-ji11 you are not allowed to go out, and stain; only the doctor can go back and forth, don't think that all this disturbance is You'll make the long past live useless, and intended almply to All the again, pocketbookB of the doctors. These The world may call you what it germ diseases are spread in ways so will, infinitely delicate that it is hard for us to understand them. More often But I am Bob and you are Bill. than not too little rather than too Ex. much care is exercised. If the bowel discharges of a typhoi'd patient are not HOWS THIS thoroughly disinfected by formaldehyde, quicklime, or other powerful We offer One Hundred Dollars chemicals before being thrown out, it Reward for any case of Catarrh is perfectly possible for the germs to that cannot be enrtd by Hall's bo carried In water under ground, or by flies through the air, for a long Catarrh Cure. & Co , Toledo, O F. J. Cheney distance, to infect other people. The have We, the undersigned, germs of scarlet fever may live in the known F. J. Cheney for the last i5 clothes of tha victims and months later Infect the person who chances years, and believe him perfectly to handle them. When the doctors' honorable in all bu.siness transac-tion- v precautions bother you, remember that and financially able to carry the Ignorance, carelessness or ob- out any obligations made by his stinacy of some one elso is responsi- firm. ble for the disease In your family, and National Bank Of Commerce, with your doctor! Toledo, O Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. taken in Cure is You'll wear the minister's ermine robe; You'll teachJ your name to half When the physicians says "Scarlet the globe; Fever!" or "Diphtheria!" and a colored cdrd is put on your front door, and You'll sing mankind a matchless Saved Girl's life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- ceived from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draught," PLACARDED! J tit m m I jj 5 J J jjj J JJ THEDFORD'S Black-Draug- ht in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a sate, x reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. igl mk If you suffer from any of these complaints, fry Black- Jj Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv-e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. S 5 J jt J 5 r ; - 0ASf s P&i!drerf Cry FOR FLETCHER'S 0m lAv J 4 DIARRHOEA QUICKLY CURED I was taken with diarrhoea and Mr. Yorks, the merchant hi re, persuaded me ,to try a bottle of Cham'berlainJsColic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. After taking one dose of it r.was cured. It also I curred others that I gave it to." writes M. E. Gebbart. Oriole, Pa. Por Infants and Children. n That is notat i all unusual can Hit Kind You Havt Always Bought ordinary attack ot diarrhoea almost invariably be cured bv r ne Bears the or two doses of this remedy. For Signature of by. all dealers. sale Hall's Catarrh ternally, acting directly upon and mucous surfaces of the system. Te5traonials sent free Price 7 s cents per bottle Sold b all Druggibts. Take Hall's Family Pills fo constipation.' d "WE A DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And don't have to grease but once a week. Mali ii KlitKky ky CMS. C. STOU, ML CO. CASTOR A 6&t LixMfton, Ky. . Is A.