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Mount Vernon signal: September 19, 1913 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913091901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 19, 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. Mrs R8 Ida Swinnie &3 GrawfordsTilla, Ind t .....-.--wr-r-- ,', Published Every Friday THT UHI2S3: Established 1887 " B L TU.12LL ,, ROCKCASTLE rnn r - 1 -- - VOLUME XXVI. MT. VE11NON, i.. !. COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPT I'M BKR HltODHKAl). 19 1913. NUMBER 51 niMaMMMM" nr Mr. and Mrs. W. Ej Craveloy are rejoicing over the ai rival of a line bov. Mis. .1. F. Lewis difd ti ai her home near MaivtMirg Jastj Maretburi,' Church cemetery the1 following day. She leaves a bus-timid and :i host ol relatives to mourn her loss. Mrs. Berry Howard died at her ho ne near Crab 1 Frida,and was hurried in the j tsOPs yi-Oe9ft9O9teft0eoO9taoaft 0V0V9 eitiiiiflettciioti eaeaaaeaea e rTr?'" They All Lead - Orchatd, Tuesday.-- - We understand that her liusbmd is in with a serious ease of typhoid, Her illness w.is of short duration, and her death was very unexpect d. Urodhead Chapter, Xo,157, Royal Arch Masjtis, held Pine-vill- e its annual taction of officers Monday with the following-results.w 3 o oc ec c ao a. Svlvan Bordes, High yysgaaasBi!aBsg5grivg KX5t5?aEiEEaSvS2iiaa ti2SSZ23JEi2ZE3032HaaS32 lb Priest ; J. F. Watson, King; O. itQ A. Frith, Scribe; A. M. Hiatt, ft Captain of the Host: Ed Smith. a s; ... Principal Sojourner; W. II, An ; derson, Royal Arch Captain; Jul- O0...o oo o e e .. . "!S2?S?I ian Bordes, Master 3d Veil; R. L. ALL-WO- O Smith. Master '2d Veil: I. F. Hordes, 1st Veil, John Robins, Ceo.- Secretary: J. W. Moore, Treas SO. 11 "er, and R. S. Shivei, StnUuel. 9a... .. lr. and Mrs. John Robins were !i ii ! m Crab Orchard, Tuesday. Mrs i; e Robins was laving dental work oeaASAAA.aAABA fcses0aaaat)...sg, done Miss Mattie Owens was in Mt. Vernon the guest of her cousin, Miss Mary Owens, SaturAll-wo- ol day and. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Other Baker, of Atlanta, Mo , returned home after.ipending sev, eral weeks with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John twiddle, at Walnut flroye. ind Air- and Mrs t James Owens at this place. Mrs. ' lS T John Evans js at Stanford having h.'reyes treated this week. Mr and Mi'h. I,. B. Milton wore up If you have been paying more, this is a good chance to see how from Stanford, Sunday. bv They J were accompanied home Mr.. ClotL-'aClothes will save you any sacrifice of style, J. M. Roberts. Mrs. Jacob Elder ft and son, Leslie, are spending this fit and quality- week with her daughter, Mrs. W. r 1 .1 We have fitted and pleased minipvdg yie, style and service you wouJU expect. Ti'om P. Rrovn. at Louisville, an:! they clothes costing at least a third more This are also attending the fair. D. E. hundred's of men of varying sb.es :iwl :7st ;s. -- Inn. is a great deal to j)i,omise,in clothes at $10 to Davis, of Nicholasville, is spendWhether you are tall, short, stout 01 special Clothcraft in i! 4ls $25, hut that promise is backed uj and ing a few days with Mr. and Mrs there are to take care of you. If vu mv made good by the Clothcraft guarantee Ham m this week. Tilden Frith sinned by the makers. average or near it. oui regular ("oth has returned home after spending just the with lit It; or no The things you can't see or foresee are all a week in Chicago, 111., and Louis craft suits will lit you covered by this broad, binding guarantee, villc Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tate alteration. we are glad which insuies good clothes at the same prices are spending a few days in LexIf any alteration is require. kind. as the make it without extra ington the guests of Mr. and Mrs. to in and ee for yor.iv-el- f, Come atG. F. Sutton. They will Resides lit, you net all wo cloth, and a'l tend the State Fair before return, You'll be as proud to wear it as we are to sell and guarantee it ing home. Uncle Geo. E. Painter Serge Special $13.50 4 ISO, the Clctherait Eluc is very sick this week. Mrs. J. W. Owens is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Rob Roberts, at Pine Hill, this week. Mrs. C, LA. Wheelden left Wednesday for Grays, Ky., where she will spend a few days. Mrs. Mary Albright attended the burial of her sister, Mis Florence Coulter, ot Middle-bur- g last week. Mrs. H. E. Christie was in Stanford Wednesday, having some dental work done. B. C Rockcastle's Anderson was up from Spainey Cheapest Prices Biggest Store n the tirst of the week. Mrs. Mary niiiBMniiiTi urn hiiih Albright is in Louisville shopping John Robins A M. ant visit with relatives at Middles-bor- PROGRAM OF TEACHERS fol- - am boosting the Boone Way nc t tins week. Ll V1UOSTON. SEWELL, AND BOONE WAY j Orchard to Cumberlend Gap, Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Sams Hiatt, Dr. and Mrs W F. Carter ASSOCIATION IN EDUCAlowing1 tbe Boone Way, or the old only at home, but in every part of C. H. Frith and sons, William and visiting relatives at Pittsburg. are TIONAL DIV. NO. i I visit. I find that The Livingston base ball team wt.' R fiewpll. of London, the . Wldorness road, . oxer which- the state that . . Alfred are attending the State played East Bernstadt Sunday Bill Pennington the man that demen of inlluence in all parts of the i amel Boone and Ins tellow ponThe Teachers' Association aiI Democratic nominee for (he Logis state are realizing the value of fair this week. The Graded High and defeated them in a score of lights in moving, has become disinto composed eers first made their entrance clo.-e-d be held at Cove, Saturday, OctoIat lire from the district its tirst month's 12 to 9. Mrs. W. A. Owens and satisfied and has moved again. Kentucky. This would provide a this highway tq the whole state, School of Laurel and Rockcastle Con-tie- s workFridav Sept. i'2th. The fo- Mrs. I uther Owens of Quail, has "We are informed that he never ber 4th : good road all the way from Cincin- and we may confidently expect and which has for seeming ages nati to Knoxville, and would open the influence of many State lead llowing pupils made the highest returned home after a few days unpacks his goods. He says he 10:00 a.m. Song by audience. Invocation, Rev. R.E. LSell. been represented by a Republican up to vehicles one of the wealth- ers to be used in helping tjs put grades, 1st grade Warren Shaffer hasn't time At last rain is fallvisit with their sisters, Mrs. J. H. Lexington this week, smilWelcome address, Lloyd Adams, rjic ing in copious quantities and not 2nd grade, was in Walton, Mrs, Lee Reynolds and iest sections of the state in miner- thru the Booue Way project. Mr. C. B. Anderson. ing, happy and confident that be al and timber possessions. Keep up the good work Brother grede, Irene Haggard. 4th grade, Mrs. Geo. Doss. Road working one is more pleased than the farmThe Response, Prof Dickerson. will be the winner over Charles as stock water was scarce. Eliza Reynolds, 5th grade Orlio is the order of the day m this ers Mabel Niceloy next Legislature will be asked for Maret, and urge the citizens of "How can Domestic Science be Viola Francis is attending Miss Lulcer, the Republican nominee appropriation of $200,000 for all the counties along the "Trail" Ponder, 0th grade seotian. L. G. Falin has returned - an made practical in the country school at Berea. ond Theodore Morey, the Proco, 7th grade, Gus Carson, 8th home after a few day visit in Dethe road, and strong lorcos are i to work hand in hand, and I have schools?" Mrs. Ada Fishback oTpcsive nominee, in xovemoer faith tliat we are going to grade, George Brooks, Oth grade, vni ,..rr of irl?Vinrtrn til Cfrltrf stroug troit, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. HOW'S THIS we are gcjng after- Miss Rose McCord Susie Cable. 10th grade Mary In the Presidential election last llUUi uongiess uiniuuuiuiiaifluw, get what i AAU: We offer One Hundred Dollars The Loudon Commercial Club Proctor. The school is entering S. E. Carter are spending a few Essay, "School Gardens," gave Wilson 1,953 fall the district clays with relatives at Boston, Ky. Reward for any case of Catarrh 000: -- Cincinnati Enqwror. is getting busy on the boosting. Miss Winnie Falin. Taft 1,107 and Roosevelt 1,376. Call on us at any time when we upon the most successful year it Mrs. E. L Cookrell visited rel that cannot be cured by Hall's i3. Oakley, Ky., '"Social Development in the a graduate of Yale, has Sewell is has ever had, the enrollment is atives in Stanford. Wednesday. with you. can Catarrh Cure. country," Prof. J. S. Irvine, With congratulations on your larger, the average attendano F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. been a teacher in the public Dear Friend Maret: Please accept the erclosed check good work and best wishes for the greater than ever before. Don't Mr. McClelan Johuson, once PresWe, the undersigned, have Mrs. Eva. McKenzie. in the mountains, has schools ident of the new Livingston Coal known F. J. Cheney for the last id to he'p defray expenses in the future. I am, "Round table discussion." traveled all over the mountains forget on Friday, October 10th is Co., was in our town Tuesday. years, and believe him perfectly Rockcastle Sincerely yours, 12:30 Dinner. during three or four vacations, plendid work that the fair day at this place, the tirst Mr. Mahlon Summers has beauti- honorable in all business transac-tion- y Way Booster Band'' is 1 :30 p. m. Song by Cove school. NAT B. SEWELL Agricultural and School fair ever years on road "Boone and has put in three and financially able to carry fied his residence with a coat of Oration, Mr. J. D. Henderson. Cental, Southern and West- doing. held in Rockcastle. It'sfree, but any obligations made by his in the DIARRHOEA QUICKLY paint. Elisha Bullock the Hans-- , out I am mighty gld to see the reLectures on Agriculture. firm. representative you may win a prize ifyou come. ern Slates as the CURED TIip nri7.pl?St- IS ttCi Inner tr 1111 hlch ford salesman was with us MouNational Bank Of Commerca, sults that are coming from your Prof. Montgomery, of Berea, of one of tbe independent book day. Our school has been closed "I was taken with diarrhoea and Toledo, O. Prof. Lewis, ot Berea. regarded as more long and faithful work in the Mr. Yorks, the merchant here, in this Usiip. hnt, sn.VP vonr hpt i firms, and he is Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in interest of the "Boone Way." It oersuaded me to trv a bottle of corn, wheat, potatoes, apples, lor ten days on account of scarlet ternally, Song bv audience. than ordinarily capable and as a acting directly upon the pumpkins and get a prize. fever and Diptheria. Miss Bettie All the teachers are expected to with vote getting must be gratifying to you and Cbambrrlain's Colic. Cholera and blood and mucous surfaces of the good politician French is showly improving. the other loyai boosters in Rock- Diarrhoea Remedy. After taking COUGHT A BAD COLD be present and take a part in the system. Testmonials sent free. proclivities. He is deeply interon; dote of it I was cured. It also r ocfr iriinr mir OUU fnnrrlif o Mrs. Ed Quinn of Paris, has re- - Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by Round Table Discussion. UOJI. IM.IVX. ...J crn V,WU6.Jk the proposed 'Boone castle to see the interest that is cuied others that I gave it to," ested in by the people of very bad cold and the way he! turned home after a few days all Druggists. ( Mr. C. B. Andersdn, Way," and he is telling the being shown writes M. E Gebhart, Oriole, Pa. coughed was something-dreadful,visit with her parents Mr. and Hall's Family Pills for Laurel, Knox and Bell in the That is not at 11 unusual Com. Mr. .1 D. Henderson, u people of Laurel and Rockcastle, ( MissGeorgia building of this great, great high- ordinary attack ot diarrhoea can writes Mrs. tiarah E. Duncan, of ' Mrs. T. B. Haves. We have two constipation. McFerrort. through which it would run, that Tipton, Iowa. "We thought sure candidates for p0Hce, Judge in our Miss Winnie Falin, Sec'y. way thru our mountain country, almost nvariably be cured bv one DESPONDENCY he was going into consumption. . , i My if he is sent to the Legislature as T,irr urit.t an accompl shmenttl a w.ll mean or two doses of this remedy. For ." .' just one hottle of Is often caused bv indigestion -- e fight is their representative he will do all dealers. Chamberlain's' Cough Remedy and Mahlon Summers and more to all of us in this region S3le bv all and constipation, and quickly dis- " ., p : mo miu-n- r - to secure suue ami 111 ,,4than anthing.else that h s ever that one bottle stopped his cough getting just a bit war at present, appears when Chamberlain's Tab Federal aid for the project. FOR FLETCHERS Mr. and Mrs. Fred N vjhbors lets are taken. For sale by ali and cured his cold completely.". FOR FLETCHER'S rrw idpn. is to build a modern been proposed for our benefit. - dealers. sale by all dealers, For i have returned home, a' ;r a leasYou may rest assured that I rtaw.iyof95 miles from Crab jast : .... LOT H E S There's a Clothcraft Suit to Fit L OTn LJ r A T iC .. DEPART BA lFD'C a Man Just Like You 3cseaaaaaaf9Sf9ee99ttea90S9io9es9aeSeaSS TSTO "a .........:::.. :::::::::::!!.;;. iie(ate6tecaiiaBaa::::::::!!!!!!!?! rurmsnings, we can fit you in Clothcraft, There's a Clothcraft suit or over coat in our stock that's just your size and 'style. Your price to, if you've been paying anywhere between $10 and $25. YES, ''You can get it at iBaker s" - Dry Goods. Notions, Ladies and Gei -- Clothing and Shoes much without Carpets and Mattiugs, 1 Trunks & Bags, Jewely & Cloclcs Hats and Caps snath-speciall- y J cl;.i. 1 take-a-chanc- e Hardware, Oueensware, Tin and Enamel ware, Groceries and Provisions'. Furniture. Stoves and Ranges, Doors and Windows Salt, Roofing and Implements al-,- o SUTT OMTHE IV! v - CLOTHCRAFT STORE THE BEST BY TEST MountVernon's U.G.BAKER o. - - - te - ' I " . ChJdren Cry ' vSm 1 Oliildreix Cry CASTORI A , HF-i- CASTORIA ;,.. f i ,.-- .. " ., )' -- &u interest ML VERNON SIGNAL strone race und sional Friday, Sept. 19, 19 13 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO ; ; f which has been given with good effects prospective candidates, some of Unfriendly Agencies. person. Most diseases are to another Advertising rates made known on whom may beatthe post when the or careWestern Newspaper Union News Service. the result of gong sounds for the start, but application lessness, or ignorance, and nearly all Los Angeles, Cal. An infernal ma- of the sure cures, where cures are pos many of them are merely men ' tut 'SSSSSSSS' Jl i chine, cleverly constructed, and sible, are provided by nature. This if 7Z&M. A' NS tioned complimentary. The twr " enough dynamite to wreck a especially true in the case of con fi MEMBER OF certain starters are Senator Jot louse, was received by Gen. Harrison sumption. There are some few cases KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ray Otis, proprietor of the Los An- that are benefited by medicine, but nc F. Bosworth, of Middlesboro. am geles Times, at his residence near medicine can yield a cure, or even Judge Leonard V. Bethnrum, ol Vebtlake park. The fact that a considerable improvement, unless i. Mt. suspicious Vernon, present County servant became with the forces of nature Judgd of Rockcastle county, and saved the life of Otis and the members There are quantities of medicine sole family, all of whom were at a brother of Circuit Judge Bur- of his The infernal machine was ar- in the stores and advertised in ever home. way, as cures for tuber gess J. Bethurum, of this place ranged so that it would explode by conceivable culosis. Most of them actually Injure It has generally been undrrstooc sliding a box lid. Concealed in the the person who takes them; because Members of the Kentucky State anionp, the politicians and wisea box were two sticks of 85 per cent most of them contain opiates or othei of The attempt on one thest .,,,, k 1;M11. th:tt .,. dynamite. thd se.2v.nd time the life the harmful drugs. Every plannedof simpl' Roads Association metattuei' .11 ,,., ...h since Otis was "consumption cures" is Grounds, Tuesday, to transact im- - !ami. Powers ,ac,ion in this end cf blowing up of the Times building. The to enrich the manufacturer at the ex portant business and passed a reso-,th- e behjnd first infernal machine sent to Gen. pense of the most helpless people i: district wouM asking that Gov. McCreary Judge Bethurum, of Rockcastle Otis was found at his residence a few :he world. If your doctor is unabh lution hours after his newspaper plant had co give you medicine to cure you, tu COunty, in the race next year, and been destroyed through the efforts of designate two nay Iai u. you can pass the druggist 5( everybody in the State to the ann0unceinellt by his frieIlds the McXamara conspirators. The at :ems or $5.00, and cure yourself. ber for Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission get out and work 011 the roads after tlm he wou,dcllt hU(j fche m(.Q tempt on his life was attributed by the general to agencies friendly to those the fashion set by the Missouri has occasoined no surprise among whose conspiracy ended in the deand Governor. those who watch the pohtici.l struction of the Times building ago State Commissioner of Public game in this district. Bosworth the killing of 21 men, three years howpostal Roads, E C. Terrell, Joseph F. has also been ligured as a certain The police and that theauthorities, quesKeep on friendly terms with you: Mexican ever, believe Bosworth, of Middlesboro. and entiyall the time by all factions. tion possibly had a part in it. Gen jath tub. It is the business of thi skin to pass off to the surface of the , is largely interested in lands In Col. Harrv A. tfommers, f While Charley tfinley, of Wil- Otis Mexican territory of Lower Cali iody some of the waste products. Ir the wqre named as the com- liamsburg, has been mentioned fornia. where two years ago Industria' he process of hard manual work 01 largi unusual exercises mittee to outline plans for the two many times as a prospective can- Workers of the World joined the "di iolent products are made in an miounts of waste days and to prepare the resolution didate, he has really not been ect action" element of Mexicans md the sweat carries them off with effort to establish a socialistic to be sent to Gov. McCreary. ;reater rapidity. The action of tht very seriously considered by the ireeze and the rubbiirg of the clothes ARE BETTER NOW The great Lincoln Highway wise ones. Finley, unlike Powers, cinove some of this waste, but it can SECRETARY LANE'S CONDITION. .iot be thoroughly done except with which is being built from ocean to has never had any personal fol than vater. A warm bath with the use of ocean, starts from New York city lowing in the district, nor did he soap once a week is the minlittle ot Berkeley, Cal. The condition EVER WERE. and passes thru the following come in for any great share of '.ecretary of the Interior Franklin K imum with which the skin can do its best work. Baths can well be taken places: Jersey city and Camden, public sympathy in the Goebel .ane was such that his physicians We have a lare his removal from the home ot nore frequently, especially if one murder matter by the Rupublicans N.J; Philidelphia, Gettysburg, Dr. Frederic Lane, where takes a great deal of exercise. Quid' of the most This feeling Is brother, Pittsbuie. Pa: Canton. Lima. Van of the district 'ie had been cared for since his col baths in cold water without the use beatitit'lu two - in - one Wert, Ohio; Fort Wayne, South seemed to be all for Powers and pse in Oakland, September 9, to n of soap toughens the body and make: portion of the city. He was one less liable to have colds. How is what elected him to Congress. deter Chicago Ind: Rond Lanortc. combinations ami they w-- x o give the ken to residence It is now common talk in this dis- "ecretary the the Interior of Assistant ever, such baths do notand ought skin Heights, Joliet, Sterling, Fulton. not aer only Adolph Mil a thorough cleansing, of III., Clinton, Cedar Rapids. Coun- trict that Powers has seen this r, in North Berkeley, remote from to be taken by very delicate, sensitive except under cil Bluff, Iowa; Omaha, Nebraska; sympathy wane almost to the he noise of the business district. Sec people a physician. the recommendaBaths not only tion of otary Lane's physician said that ab Denver, Colorado; Cheyenne, Wy- eclipsing point, and that is the olute rest for at least two weens wac cleanse the skin, but they also star: oming; Salt Lake City, Utah; Pena, reason that he declared out. On ssential. All departmental commun! the blood to moving faster. It is feM.rfSF also that they have a marked Carson City, Nevada; Trufkee, the other hand, a good many of : tions from Washington are being known on nervous system. Peopl. the effect Sacramento. Oaklaud and San tne politicians especially in the ithheld from the patient. who are exceedingly nervous or inDemocratic ranks who watch the sane can be more easily and surely Fiancisco, California. BOY HEIR TO FORTUNE. administered properly by quieted dope sheet closely, figure that baths than in any other way. 10. ONE of the finest historical stor- Powers has let out the impressiou Sioux City, Iowa. Roy Miller, a continuous mental and physical health ies ever written of the famous that he will not be a candidate in "ExOTj'sj uJomo curnjigib driver here, was notified of a leg- a bath a day is an excellent rule frontiersman, Daniel Boone, is order that two or more candi- acy of $107,000 from the estate of his Teach this to your children! We pay sJarcei Post uncle, J. V. Williams, of Sacramento Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. and now l eadv dates who belong to the that just finisht-uCalifornia. Charges for publication by George V" faction will get into the Steep, the noted writer and war race, and after they have gone so VISITING NURSES!1 rcacfKrr??iane.Taj correspondent, in many of the far that neither can withdraw and CINCINNATI MARKETS A visiting nurse is a trained nurse conflicts thruout the world. This throw his strength to the other W. with a special expedience, supporter story will shortly appear in more one. that he (Powers) will then Corn No. 2 white 77,77&c. No. 3 by the city, or county, or some char than two hundred papers and announce himself, and with his white 7CVjQ,77c, No. 4 white 747Cc, itable organization, who devotes her f 7G Ss"HV ?W--' magazines. The notes and mater- strength solidified and the oppo- So. 2 yellow 70c, No. 3 yellowNo. 2 time to visiting the sick, giving thein 7Uc, No. 4 yellow 7575M:C, Vt advice, and such assistance or service . ial trom which this charming story sition shot to pieces with rival mixed IGlplGVzC, No. 3 mixed 75M: fr&y-j?1Mt Vernon. Kv as she can render in a short time. O WmOlL-- 4 mixed 73"75c, white eai was written, were gathered by candidates, would have smooth 70c, No. yellow ear a visiting nurse is 77C'S0c, 7880c, mixed ear course, cases of such highly unable tc Home and olliee in the late resiuVin infection attend James Maret, our ever pushing .ailing for another nomination. 77 n 79c. as scarlet fever in the coursi Jr. Myers frmierl.v oiviiiiinl ci f diseases 1 timothy $20, standard Hay Boone Way enthusiast. They point to the fact that Pow- timothy No. No. 2 timothy $18, No. 3 of her regular duties. She is undei $19, ers did not say he would not bo a timothy $10, No. 1 clover mixed $17 the orders of the physician and is not The next issue of their map of candidate, but that he said he was IT.oO, No. 2 clover mixed $1515.a6, allowed to make giagnoses. One such No. 1 clover $1515.50, No. 2 clover nurse can relieve a great deal of disroutes, the National Highways not a candidate at that time, and $12.5013.50. tress; but it is rather a harder task association will show Boone Wav Oats No. 2 474Sc, when asked who he would ard 40M.'47c, white 3 white stand- to prevent disease than to cure it. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER that No. 40i as a portion of their line from goes to look No. 4 white 4445c, No. 2 mixed When, for instance, she support replied, "There is time South Carolina, to Charleston, lfi&4t)V6c, No. 3 mixed 4445c, No. 4 after one case of consumption in t. enough for that yet." family, she wa'ches the other men: mixed 4343VLc. Lexington, Ky.. and Ctncago. via -Two more men who are also Wheat No. 2 95960, No. 3 red hers of the household carefully in olCumberland Gap and Crab (0.94c, der to see whether or not there are strongly mentioned as probable 91 Kggs No. 4 red 7292c. Prime firsts 27c, firsts 25c, others just coming down with the dis candidates are ordinary firsts 21c, seconds lTYsC. ease. She visits patients during tht Poultry Springers, 2 lbs and over, period of convalescence to guard D. C Edwards and Judge WilGood highways is the all im17c; under 2 lbs, 18c; old roosters, 10c; against a relapse or the catching ol portant question of the hour and liam Lewis, of London. As both liens, over 4 lbs, 14c; light, 4 lbs and some other disease. She educates tlw lbs, will be kept up until we have a Lewis and Edwards reside in the under, 14c; ducks,lbsunder 3over, lie; families of her patients regarding 3 -lie; same town and are warm personal spring 4ducks,and over, and turkeys, 8 what to do for the patient and how tc K"v splendid road connecting the .hite, lbs lie; take care of themselves so as to avoid over 19c; old toms 18c, North, with the South East thru friends, it is certain that if one of lbs and18c. the same disease. There are at presyoung them declares in the other one OK Gap in the Cumberlands. the Cattle Shippers, $7.258; butcher ent few visiting nurses in Kentucky. will stay out. Judge Lewis is steers, extra $7.G07.75, good to Wouldn't you like to have one in your jrs?A to fair it Circuit Judge of that district and hoire ?0.507.50, common $0.857, community? Wouldn'tevery be worth a Would Appropriate Huge 4.75G.25; heifers, extra month foi little of your money is very popular. It is said that rood to choice $5.756.75, common to her support? Sum For Building Roads he could get more of the Powers fair $4.500.G5; cows, extra $G.25 Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. 0.50, good to choice $5.500.25, comdis- mon to fair $35.25; canners, $34. Senator Bankhead and Thornton following than any man in the Bulls Bologna $5.506.15, extra trict Introduce Bill To Help States "JteQd ' 8MB $0.25, fat fulls $G0.50. Judge H. C. Kennedy, of Som"XZitfrl T V'?'A? fife Calves Extra $11, fair to good $8 Construct Highways. erset, is also strongly tipped for 10.75, common and large $4.50(0)10.25. If the doctor says "Tuberculosis," ZSjiZB'V- Hogs Selected heavy $8.508.75. Washington, Sept. 15. A bill the race, but it is hardly probable good to choice packers and butchers follow exactly his orders in regard he will run if Judge Bethur- $S.959, mixed packers $8.85Q)8.95, to ventilation, food, exercise and to appropriate $25,000,000 for the t'-'rest. He knows stags extra ?6.857, comthan you do. construction of roads in conjunc um, of Mt. Vernon cuts in, as it mon to$40.75, heavy fat sows $4.50 This is especially better in regard to choice true 7.G5, light shippers $8.258.90; pigs Judge the rest and exercise, which have tion with the States under the di- seems certain he will (100 lbs and less) $48. to be carefully gauged for each paof a National Bureau of Kennedy came here from Wayne rection Sheep Extra light $44.10, good to tient and the disease. Public Highways, was introduced county about a year ago and choice $3.503.90, common to fair Until the each stageis ofchecked and disease $1.753.25, heavy sheep $3.253.75. of and in the Senate today by Senators formed a law partnership with marked improvement in general Lambs Extra $7.G57.70, good to and Thornton and Bankhead. The Judge William Catron. Judge choice $7.157.00, common to fair condition and increased weight are $4.500,7, culls $3.504, yearlings $3.50 noticed, almost absolute rest is esGranite Monuments of all bill proposes that the States pro- Kenndy is the author of ''A Damp 5.50, stock ewes $3.504.50. sential. The disease is one that de' a book hool in the Legislature, vide an equal amount. Estimates furnished stroys the tissues of the body and kinds. DR. HANDLEY SURRENDERS. uses up its energy rapidly. If you which has attracted considerable persist in using up your energy by on application. To Survey Boone Way. attention. Terre Haute, Ind. Dr. Elijah "A. work and exercise, the body has GEO. OWENS Propr Washington, Sest. 15. SenaWith a clear aud wholly un Hanley, president of Franklin college, nothing left to fight with. Beware Pone 112 Vigo county grand jury tor Bradley has prepared a bill for biased view of the situation as it Indicted by thehis aged father, Calvin what the family medical books prefor attacking scribe in the of introduction shortly, providing exists today in the Eleventh con Hanley, a Prairie Creek township consumptives. way one exercisefor No prescription lelative to farmer, surrendered to Sheriff Dennis will answer for all cascc, and this for a Government survey and an gressional district estimate of the cost of improving Powers' seat in the halls of Con- Shea and gave bond in the sum of may b the one where their gen$300 for his appearance in court when ATTORNEY-AT-LABoone Way, between Crab Orch gress, the two real starters are the case is called for trial. John G. eral prescription will send you to the grave-yard- . If your responsibilard and Cumberland Gap, a dis- Bosworth of Middlesboro, and Be- Dobbs, Isaac T. Pierson and R. L. ities seem to make absolute rest for MT. VERNON. KY. Adler, trustees of the First Baptist thurum ot Mt. Vernon. two or three or four months impostance of ninety eight and one-hal- f - On 2nd. floor o church, of Terre Haute, became suresible, just remember that the promiles. Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Churc The ties on the bond. gress of the disease will soon force United States Senate 3treet.Special attention given "I hope to have Boone Way you to it without the hope of reCommittee or Patents covery. said the to collections.8 made a fine post road," Washington, D. C. Seot. I3-1Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. Phone No. 80 Senator. Mr. J as. Maret, AtlSXH CONGRESSMAM Mt. Vernon, Ky. For Sale: Modern moving picture shov, th atre and dance POWERS SUCCESSOR My Dear Sir and Friend: ti hall in new western city fullv I shall be very glad to do all I FOR FLETCHER'S equipped, repdy for running any Good After any Sickness A dispatch from Somerset to can to help out in th laudable kind of show or dance. or Operation Price $12500. Louisville Times says: The re- undertaking of building Boone m"ney maker. doctor prescribe SCOTT'S Will trade for good property or cent statement issued by Caleb Way. EMULSION it contain, the MORAL TRADE Advertising sell part down ballance on easy Assuring you of my kindest revital element nature craves Powers to the effect that he was prominence in this paper is to term. For further . particulars, to repair watte, create Dure to succeed himself gards, I am, not a candidate blood and build physical strength. O. C. Evans, Sn Pnnnrecc frnm t.Vin 7?1otrn!l you, Mr. Home Merchant, what address, Very truly your friend. No Alcohol or Osjtate Richmond, Ky, Scott ft Bowne. BlooJHfield. N. J. OLLIK M. JAMES. steam is to an engine. congressional district, has aroused e, -cou-ainin- KijiUritta the politicians are 8 a now actively figuring out the dope Most of us place all together too sheet for that race, which will be CLEVERLY CONSTRUCTED, CENT much faith in medicine. Of all the contested next. year. TO THE HOME OF GEN. OTIS Lundreds of known diseases, very few There are two practically cercan, in every instance, be cured by IN LOS ANGELES. any single kind of medicine. Sometain starters which will be entered times one person, suffering with a in this forthcoming handicap, given disease, will not be affected, or Japanese Servant Saves Employer with quite a number of other may even be harmed by a medicine General Attributes the Deed to V in the cone res ii fltK i."J-- .. j MEDICINE! Spring and Summer showing of :y 5, jiY Youne Men's Clothes Old Men and Boys7 g VWNZ"- .y . 5 Jap-anet- e Clothes We have never before displayed so exten- don'-Ihin- sive a line of well selected young menrs suits as this season. Believing that we have clothe? that will appeal to you, we would like you to come in ami see our line. AVh ether ; BATH TUBS! -- Eliza-bethtown- V elvet -- Tics to look or to buy, wv shall be gh to hate an opportunity to how you these good clothes. rTVArrrrarrrrtTriirr-r?rtmi Bulgarians 1 E. L. Cockrcll i ore-r- nt ed Livingston; Ky. i - m cents THINK Of IT THiS WAY; ' tax-ca- p anti-Powe- rs T. FRANCIS, it;iiubi Your income will never lie large enough to buy everything you want and have something left to save. The more you earn, the more you spend. The sooner you begin to curtail expenses and save, the sooner you will have an interest income to help meet ex- penses. BANK WITH US u J.C.MeCLARY PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. 40-;- iX&3agX& $ f uaces First DxVY Aug. 13 7f$SXXX$X2CC$ Brodhead Ky tpnfrH. 5SSJ GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER -- REST! ' " at COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes,' Mail, Telegraph or Tele- - Q phone orders Promptly y Filled. mm dfeccr c$fcrflPnerA Manufacturers SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, SEPT. 28th 'C. Williams, i .30 I lii mv Mil lir 1 .50 Trip Round Trip Round SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. 3. Children Cry FOUNDS FOOND, the place to buy Spectacles and Eyeglasses for $1.50and up. Gold, Silver and Aluminum Frames. Largest selection in town. Kyea tested Free. Years of experience. CASTORIA P. H. Conover & MT. VERNON, Phone 49-- KY, J. C. MOORE JEWELER AND OFHCIAN. COX Fron tRooms over Baker's Store 11-- 23 BROS. STORK f t r "' LOUAL Mew Velvet ties at, Sutton SWlBaifiilLf MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky. , Sept. 19 1913 & McBee are showing the newest things in Walk Over button 79 wan toCommunicnte with SIGNAL k M - " r -, Q sll0GS' J LOUISV'LLC kkm &. Steve Piocior has the contract. lo build L. II. Davis' new store building a Livingston. Fish's me showing some pretty styles in Ladies Coat Suits and Long Coat for early Fall wear. Hotl. B. W. t'OaTAGE b'UKD. Nat. B. Sewell of Laurel county H:iuis check of $2.50 to be applied to postage. NASHVILLE R. R. CO. TIME TABLE. '2-- 2 ucitn.. south South 24 uortu ll'A Futton &. .lcbVe will move into 21 12:19am their new building next week. All Eastern Kentucky has nothiug Jas. Landrom, Agent. that compares with it. Phone No. 8. Atty. Dick Bowling, of Nash-vilKntered :it the Alt Vernon, Ky. Pnstoffire and Miss Olhe Smith were luail matter. as ftcond-i'ias- s married at London Wednesday. They will live at Nashville. PERSONAL Stop guessing about your clothes Chud Griffm wis onrj 01 the buying. Buy Clofhciaft guaranState fair visitors. let the nunuiac-t.ire- s teed ciothes, T. Todd spent part of the W. do the guessing. week in Louisville. Sutton & McBee. Grant Mullins is in Louisville The Corbin Commercial Club attending the fair. has taken up the Boone Way McKenzie is attending movement. The London Club Robert the State fair this week. has taken on renewed vigor iu the a work. flussel Proctor is home for few days, from Heidelburg. TheL. & N. offers round trip to Hugh Miller has returned after Louisville, September 2y and 2S, spandiag a week in Oklahoma. limited to October 8th. for $4.10 Chester Laud rum was at home on account otCenteuial Celebration of Perry s Victory. from Chester, Tenu., Sunday. Deputv Sheriff, G. S. Griffin Regular services at the Baptist spent two days at the State fair. chu-c- h, Sunday, bept. 21st, if .1. W. Rider and Julian Miller a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School, attended the State Fair, Thursday. 1 oa. in. Public cordially invited. Chas. C. Davis and F. L Announcement regarding revival Thompson Jr., ate doing the State meeting will appear next week. Fair. Big line of Ladies Skirts, Cloaks Mrs. S. B. McKenzie and little Dresses and Coats will be on dis sister Margurite Fish were in play next week in our new buildLouisville last week. ing, don't fail to call aud see the Dr. Walker Owens spent a part largest and best line of Ladies apparel ever shown of tiie week in Louisville seeing ready-to-wein this couuty. the sights of the big fair. Sutton & McBee. LivMrs. John W. Mullins of ingston has been with lnr parent.-M-r. The four months old baby boy Mrs. T. B. I.air neat of .Judge and Mrs. S D. Lewis, and town. died Tuesday morning. The little Mr. and Mrs. lioseoe Griffin lellow has never been right and ait here from St. Louis, with showed improvement very slowly M-Griffin's father, Mr. G. S. at any time. The burial took place in I', mwood cemetery Tuesiitt. Mr. aud Mrs. James Spillman, of day al.c.n on. Harrodsburg, was here yesterday John t... L ; is the guest, this to attend the burrial of Mr. J. L .i t..e ivi.itucky State Fair 11:3s a u1 l, a-iar 4.59 pm 3:53 a ni s. Joplin. weeic R. L. Collier has been here this week loading poles, Mr. Fish in charge of this yard bting on the sick list. Geo. V Steep, the noted cor res tht-ma- n at Louisville 1 This is the boy who of Indianapolis, was up frota Crab Orchard Springs yester .day lacking up road interests M. G. Sigmon and son John, and T. J. Mink and son John, jof the Wildie section, were among ahe State fur visitors from this o?unty. Mrs. W. T. Ansell of Louisviila, who was Miss Mollie Brown, and Mrs. Win. Houk of Maretburg. were visiting their sister. Mrs.W. L. Cummins Last ;veek. tpGtwJent was disappointed in not getting to atteii ti.e Jair as a delegate and meinl er n Faiuier Boys Encamp ment in 112 owing to oversight ol koijic iitr in he secretary's office to t",,ti hi credentials at proper i"l ;; magement this year time. united him to spend the week in Li.u:silic and at I lie Fair as hejr u st J.iin reports that he is a nyal time accompanied having by Cecil wViederhoId, a neighbor boy and a successful member of the Countv Boys Corn Club Committee Meets: The Dem-Fa- iar Keep in mind the Agricultural & at Brod icad Such under- - ocratic County Committe will McBee's. takings are ivorth of the best meet in the Court house iu Mt. odd Coatsanu Odd Pants, for suppart. Vernon Monday, Sept. 22nd, for men of au slzes at Fish's. of important busiA pessimist or a better term, the transaction .,. Hiatt and daughter Mrs. G. "sore lvad," has no place in this ness and also the selection of a Mrs 21 tj(, Mullins are in Louis- - day of push and progress. Every Chairman. Campaign ville for the week. Committeeman requested to be For Sale: Duroc boars, at here. The mteting will be held at McDon't fail 10 see Siutoii & very best to be lo: o'clock. Bee's line' of Men's furnishiugs $15. each. The G. C. Fish, which will be on display next found. W. J. Sparks, Chairman. week in their new building. Mt. Vernon. Notice: All persons indebted OF TEACHERS' PROGRAM Hon. Nat B. Sewell, candidate to the estate of A. T. Fish will call ASSOCIATION FOR DIV. 4 il at mv office. :ind settle same at for Representative, spent a portion talking of the week in the coni.ty once. The Teachers' Association will Mr. Sewell is with the voters. S. D. Lewis. be held at Colloway school iiouse, ' greatly interested in the building Admr Saturday, September :J7th, 19R1 : 1 and if elected to the one of Booie Wav 1. Song by audience. his R L. Collier nas Legislature, feels that he will be 1 2. Devotional exercise, half interest in the builders supply able to ."ecure state aid and otherRev. C. F. Chestnut. 1 establishment of Duke & Collier at wise be of assistance iu helping to 3. Welcome Adaress, Crab Ore ard, to his partner Mr. construct this most important road Miss Margaret Chestnut. 1 will run the busiJ. S. Dnke, who 4. Resnonse. , Mr. Theo. Pivir. i McCWd was the Miss Ke ness alone. 5. " Bow to keep the child in Mr Sun Middieton of Crab hostess at a most delightful four Lang-do- n school," Orchard, one ot the best known com se 6: o'clock dinner at Mr. Granville Owens. Dormitory on Monday. insurance men in this section died G Recitation, Miss Katie Price. for fourteen and Monday of heart failure. Be was Covers were laid 7. "Best method of conducting driving in his buggy out some dis following is the list of those who reading in second grade. the splendid evenings tance from Crab Orchard, and enjoyed Miss Myrtle Bryant. Miss Rose when found had been dead for some entertainment: S. Best method of teaching lanhostess, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. time. guage in Lnird and fsuith Furu.sli, Mr. and Mrs E. S. AlDo not fear Pelagra if you have bright, Misses Claudia Dodson, grade," Miss Jesse Smith ajar of the Nesbitt Golden Oint- Sue Robertson, Mary CJarksou, 9. Discussion, "The School Imment. It has cured all skin Maud A, Rowlee, Carrie Cathey, provement League," diseases, old sores, piles, burns, and Tabitha Ream, Mrs. Anna Miss Tempest Ward. Miss Rilda Chandler, ecema. and blood poison. Price Miller, Mr. Victor C. Tate and Address Nesbitt Mr. Daniel Ponder. $1.00 per jar. l?v. GeorgeS. Watson. Golden Ointment Co. 12:00 Dinnerserved on grounds Mt. Vernci, Ky. Aug. t L: &N. RR ROUND-TRI1:15 "p m. 10. Song, Audience EXCURSIONS. 11. "Value of Domestic Science The Sand plant of the W. J. Round trip, Louisville, $4.00, in relation to school stud-led,- " Sparks Co., at Cluro, near Miss Rose McCord, Oct. 19, and is limited to Oct. 21st, burned Sunday night. (hand Louge of Masons of and others. account The loss is heavv. as no insurance 12. Reading, Kentucky and Grand Chapter of was carried on the property. The Royal Arch Masons of Kentucky, Miss Bertha Litton. fire was evidently of incendiary 15J. "Best method of teaching Round trip, Nashville, $1 .50, We have not learned origin. Oct. 28- - 29, limitd to Nov 5th, ac arithmetic in third and whether or not the plant will be count Southern Educational fourth grades," rebuilt. Mr. Coldiron. There was a meeting of the 14 Recitation, Delia McHaigue Round trtp, Lexington, $2.70, directors of the Rockcastle R. R. Oct. 4 to iS, limited to Oct. 20th, w 15. Discussion, "Purpose in I Co., held in Mt. Vernon Tuesday account Kentucky Trotting Horse teachiug agriculture iu the 9 and tl ere remains no doubt about Breeders Association. schools, Supt. J.W. Kincer, si the building of this road, which is Louisville, S4.00, Round trip, J. M. Craig to open up i huge boundary of Oct. G, 7. 8, limited to Oct. 14lh, '!? Vopal SnU timber in Jackson county, c,vtiQ( account Kentucky Sunday Srlmo,! Miss Jesse Smith 1 bT the Bond's of Baltimore, We Association. 17. Discussion, "Industrial fA regret to have to say that the road I Education for Boys," ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE will be built from East Bernstadt Prof. G. J. Wilson, instead of Livingston The undersigned, administrator PJgg. M Prof. J. S. Irvine, Died at the home ot" bis daugh- of tile estate of A- T. Fish, will, . 16. Story, G. J. Wilson, Chairman. ter, Mrs. Charles Spillman, of Harr between the hours of one o'clock, and lour o'clock in the afternoon, Miss Tempest Ward, Seo'y. rodsburg, Mr. Tas. Love Joplin, agedS3 years, on Tuesday after an on Sept. 22d, 1913, at tha front Miss Margaret, Chestuut, ) Miss Myrtle Bryant, Com. illness of several months of thp door of the County Court Honge, ) Miss Bertha Litton, in Mt. Vevnon, Ky., offer for sale infirmities of his ripened years. capital stock of It warc the writer's good fortune 10 shares of the Baniv of Mt. Vernon, each DQ YOU FEAR CONSUNPTION to have known him for many years the the ir ! I . ta-Trnt- a MUf.wm-r.,r-- - ITr fl IgTTIVrr -- --,. .an re..-.- - od STurr That's What You Want in Clothes Don't get shoddy ma- m?:MJ?imMWk terials and poor I fe.. WftftZZW i Mtefei w;6M il tailoring its expensive no matter how low the price. KVKin ONE OY Special Overcoats I rag vm fish's Suits ill m Wm I are tailored right and Mc-COr- guaranteed to wear satisfactory. It pays to get good stuff We've got the good stuff for you in men's and young men's suits and everything to wear. 22-.i- P Liv-ngsto- n, of style information here that you'll not be able to get at some stores. "We Stand Sy What You Buy." b. flMiFfl Come in most any time look around try on a few coats see what's correct youl get a lot for fall wear 1 sa i lw '- xf J 1 "'-- .gjmghMJBS&n .j ftf-- i - rs- - Tr 3rfj PW lEADIHOClSffiS ft The Home of Good Clothes - Langdon Memorial Industrial School Mt Vernon, Kentucky A Home School for GirK High StumUnl of Worlc, Happy Home Life.. . Excellent Kecorcl ot Health. Special Courses in Domestic Science ami .Music. Meadojys. Master Owen the M r. and Mrs bright tittlr son, of J. T. Mtaduws was very sick with diphtheria the latter part of last week, but a dose of put him right. anti-toxin- e Judge and Mrs. R. G. Williams and .son, Richard III, arrived Tuesday night to spend a few days with the Judges mother, Mrc Maty WilKm$ and sister Mrs. Cleo Brown. Mr. J. S. Langford and Chas A- Davis left Sunday for Tucson. Ariz;Hia. iu response to a ineige stating tfcat Mr. Laugford's son Ed, who vnt there for his health Was in a vetjf .serious condition. - Mr. and Mr. W. T. Brooks, of Paris, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Spill- enan. ot Harrodsburg, Miss Ella, Robert and B. H. Joplia, were present at the burrial of their lather Mr. J. L. Joplin yesterday. Mrs. A nnie Runyon and daughter will visit relatives here next week. Mrs. Run von before her marriage was Miss Annfe Albright daughter of W. H. Albrigh who left this county and moved to Col orado. some twenty five years ago and died there. Mr. and Mrs. H. McFerron, will leave before long for Florida, to spend the winter, and Mrs. McFerron who spent the week with her daughters and son here, told thejwriter, that in all probabili it they would make their future Mrs. ihome tbene, McFenou jn Florida oa :speut last winter .account of her hedth. No matter how chronic vour $100. cough or how severe your throat nun more highly as the years He will also offer for sale at the or lung ailment is, Dr. King's passed by. Only yesterday we same time and place 5 Shares of New Discovery will surely help stood before his bier near the Citi- yon: it may save your life. Stillscenes of his youthful, happy days of the Capital Stock ol the Green, of Maltchite, Col. mati We stood by his open grave as zen's Bank of Brodhead, each writes: "Two doctors said I had being of face value ot $100. consumption, and could not live the last sad rites were porformed, share Terms of sale, will be made cash two years, f used Dr. King's and 3fi tli(: clay of earfJi closed jn hand, and it will be sold, as a New Discovery and am alive and above his silent resting plai-'fwe W'aolp, cir by the nbaru, to suit the well." Your money refunded if it purchaser or purchasers. said with the poet: fails to benefit you. The best This the 21st day of Aug. i9i3. home remedy for coughs, colds, "Cold in the dust the perished S. D. Lewis, throat and lung troubles. Price heart may die, John Owens, of Bedford, Iud., 5oc. aud $t 00. Guaranteed by Admr. of the estate o' a half brother of our townsman, But that which warmed it once can A. T. Fish, dee'd. Chas. C. Davis. never die." George owens, js here on a visit to He was a devoted husband aud a Mr. Owens has not relatives been in the county since 1; j (t kind and indulgent lather and to hereabout forty years ago and he his friends the soul of fellowship says that there are very few pjple But the greatest of all was he as a bre .now whom he knew back man. And as a man it is that nearly a half century ago. Mr. those who knew him best most apso nvestigate some love to contemplate him. He be- Owens wil resources v'?'e here, lieved in the father ot God and 1 mineral Ka. ' which he says he has known for t.it tirnl liirlinnr! rf many years floyld be found in the Ijeyed. thai the man who scatters , county, but not is to the lowers iu the pathway of his fellow quantity and tins he desires to men, wtiolets fnto jhe dark places know more about before taking of iff the sunshine Qt human any action. sympathy and human happiness, Chas. A. Davis, purchased from is following iu the footsteps of his Carrier and Cowling, of MeWhor-ter- , Master. His last words we're expressive Ky , their tine 5 gaited comurnnMii iirr "ccjp rr' The Remington Cub find a slide bined saddle and harness stallion. of peace in God and a willingness action handy for the bis fellouis "Fife Chief," which he expects 10 to depart and be at rest with lliiu. put in dm? condition for the season His cheerful, helpful life; his de of 19i4. Fife Ohjef, No. 3694 has votion to his family and kindness for his sire Boyle Chief 0. 2270, to everybody will long linger as a BJv$M!3r W The Remington-UM- C Slide Action Repeater and has fcr his dam Oueeu of Pis- - fragrant memory in the home ... . . gan. .T 410,5, sue Dy tligliland . Whjch lps presence brightened in touch with the shooting Denmark, No. 730. Fire Chief end which death has now darken-eajl over the country as we Though he is gone bis record gets off like a flash and posesscs do, we find a very all the style, conformation and has been made and will remain with us as a lasting treasure. Hi S number of Remington users a speed that one can expect. He aud we only knew him to esteein -- Bliare being of thp faoo value of For catalogue and further infonnatiiin write to Mi ss Mary Rusk McCoi:i, LYmeipal. Mt. Vernon, Kv. ANNOUNCEMENT NEW AND LEADING PINE HILL 'S IT-TO-DAT- E STORE Is now ready to oll'cr you the grandest bargains ever of fered in any store. l- -t KkMSSSmsmB,js& Shoes Shoes Diy Goods cerfj 1 WrVSMtViW w The bottom has fell out on The pi ices is now below the these good and tliay must go Men's rock bottom price. now at shoes going $1.95 to luaktJ 1'oom fur uy ,ieu' falJ li,u- regular price 2.50 Men's and Boy's Pants I have a jond line of them. Men's good Corduroy Pants 1.75 worth $2.50 Boy's Pants going now at 49c below com petition : I carry a full Groceries lineal prices far . f r nrnT-Trn- t r r 1 A NEW HIGH POWER RIFLE jo .. I for f?5c Ucans Salmon U cans 3 lb. krout for ioe 3 cans u lb. pic peaches for 25c In tact everything at rock botworth 75c tom prices If you fail to visit my storoyou Best Patent Flour 70c per d certainly will miss bargains. Pat Flour O5C per sack. Corn Meal 21 lb. sack for 45e. Best Overalls - . - . - 85c for Eggs at all times. T pay the highest market price "Watch this space later on. sack-Secon- L GETTING W. L. Overbay, Farm For Sale- 1 full 16 j4 hands high, bright bev lifts was gentle, but like the still with black mane and tail. Fire waters it was deep. In his heart Chiet, has won the blue tie in of hearts he carried those he loved some of the hottest contested sad- and his hand was never weary, his dle and harness rings in this part step never failed in caring for and of Kentucky, and he bids fair to ministering to those who were in j become one ol the best in the any way dependent upon him. The body arrived here on the state. Mt. Vernon in the course of a ir;3.8 train and immediately borne few years vvill,be looked upon as to Elrawood cemetery, were the the home of fine horses for this interrraent took place with the part of Kentucky, as we have honors of the Masonic order. The Heard it from authentic sources only services conducted in Mc. that, we are to have some fiue trot- Vernon uas a short prayer at the grave by Rev. George S Watson, ters and tuuners to make their of the Presbyterian church. home here belore the Big Mt. Ver May God's purest angels guard non Fair of l91- his slumbers. is I Remington slide action repeater in a high power model zone heavy enough for practically any type of game that is found on this continent. Remington-UM- C considerable who want - 160 acres of BIG OFFER The t answer to this demand is the new High Power Slide Action, Rer I peating Rifle. During the few. months these rifles have been qn the market, several rmrtdred of them have been put into use. The testimony of the owners is that they are emphatically a success. Your Remington dealer has these repeating rifles in, stock or will get you one. Don't buy a high power repeater until you have seen it. It is the gun you want. barn and granary, all other build- ings new. 5 miles from a good live city, R. F. D. and teleuhoue. Owner This is an ideal home. has other business and if sold soon will sell at nbaigmi. P. O. Box g6. Batosville, level land, all in high state of cul- We have just made specjaI ; tivation, plenty of water, 8 room arransemeDts for a good, strong, j duck, nouse ana ceiiar, nne new winnine clubbing combination ms hich incuaes, The Signal, The- - t Weekiv Enauirer. Farm & Fire . Poultry Sue-- . side, cess, monthly, Woman's World," 3 semi-monthly, pll lnd. CASTOR A For Infants and Children. I Tht Kind You Have Always Bought Remington 299 Arms-Unio- n Metallic Cartridge Co. 4 Broadway New York vv u:.i I Bears the Signature of (utizf&&diAi monthly, Farm News, monthly, 'j AH one vear to the same address ,?v-fni" ntitv Ci vin Thic r(Tr lncto rt'. .1 i"!ii ?l t l.l on iv on iiity.s. win Miuscnoersio at the Signal may get this sjimc m coniliination by paying up past duo gr-sunscriptiou anu 5ucis- - auunionai. if new sulscril)eis get the entire h:L by paying $i.5o. Send all orders to the S i j ! n 1 j-i- .7?r.? fltni . ..v-.- .r.ffr-'PSfT-i HANSFORD. Worry. disorders, irrejru-lintinii'titT. headaches, and v?tMii-- s i of adit, ncUy feminine character in a hhort time hniurtho dull cvo. the "crow's oet," the harvard lock, drcirt" 1 1 ' r ' V ,. a.j.l i!ic faltering step. To retain tli' ppjr..nc of youth jou must retain health. Instead of lotions. innvuera au.l paints, ask jour druggist for ofTort to ItnJc No mm!i to loofc olJ. Many in youlhfulniiitiot!H"lKUit is that t li y wt the trong department in thedrujrBtore. lioauty ilinnIs i:;in health. Woman Is As did As She Looks thir ranft es SMALL COUNTY HOSPITALS PROVDSED FOR KENTUCKY SS2553!8 Favorite Prescription This famous mot! cno strike at tho very root of these enemies of your youthful appearance. It makes you not only look young; but feel gui:; Your drucRlatcnsupptv you I nllcrjld or tablet fortn;or send stamps to Di.lScrec 'a Invalid Hotel rtid Sur50 one-cugical Institute, Buffalo, N.Y. an J tit rl tax will uo uiii.U you. wvmi&-&&JLi&.B&&yp&r- . ija7aggtfcaiferitfaUEma m B W B' r IT E; ., .. . l owum i t iuDtni;uL05l5 .HOSPITAL, GLOVERSVI LLE, N. Y. This is a remodeled farmhouse. The entire cost, the small farm included, was about $9,500. It provides accommodation for 13 incipient cases in wards and 4 advanced cases in separate rooms. II rL-- . IT I un im-p- ,nn. Here are several reasons why I trade at C. C. Davis' Drug Store: HHX'ArSR lie Quality considered, his price can't lwittn. TIhtc are no delays; customers BEOAl'SE !(((' vo prompt attention. BECAUSE -- Things wo get at Chas. C. Davis' Store are all right. KECAUSK Tiling that go wrong bought at " Chink's" place will be made right. BECAUSE Thr poor man's dollar is worth just as much at Charley's place as the rich man's. BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store; eerv deal is rrictly confidential. BECAUSE ('lia-- . C. Davis is never grouchy if you don't Inn . Try Kim. Ezszzsszzzs&a an Phono 53. I The law creating ihe Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission at the last legislature provides also a plan for the building of small hospitals throughout the state for the proper treatment of tuberculosis. The p'.an in brief is as follows: The Kitcal Court of any county may declare that county a district for the purpose of building a hos pital. Or, by petition, the question may be submitted to a vote of the people at any legular election, and, if carried, it is then the duty of the Fiscal Court to declaie the county a district. Any group of counties touching one another may declare themselves a single distiict for this purpose by a vote at any general election which carries in each of the counties involved. Then, under certain restrictions !n the law, the State Commission names a considerable group of citizens, men and women, of the county or counties involved, from which group the judges of these counties name a District Board of Tuberculosis Hospital Trustees. This' Board then asks of the Fiscal Court funds to be raised in the regular levy of' taxes. From these funds a site is selected, subject to the approval of the State Commission, and then the Board proceeds to erect the hospital. The State Commission is given a very general oversight of the future activitits of. than by advocating the butldli-sc such an institution. Every or it ; couth is more than returned by the a tress it relieves and the poverty it p r child.'tu and have the praise oil aoing mop win K tnan any vnn woman in ni town," wntes Mrs C. G. Martin. Boone Mill. Va. "J suffered for five years vith stom ach trouble and could m.t eat as a biscuit without suffering. I have taken three bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and am now a well woman and weigh 16S pounds. I can new eat anything I want to, and as much as I want sympathy, but on economics. Prac and feel hettet than I have at any ticuily all of the sufferers are betv.-ei- i the ages of 15 and 50. nearly all o time in ten years. I refer to any one in Boone Mill or vicinity and them housewives or an they will vouch for what I say." many of them the parents of child! You can serve your communif Chamberlain s Tablets are for sale and insure yourself In no better va by all dealers. wage-earner- the Board, and the construction and maintenance of the hospital. Patients aie to be received from the district. either free or for a weekly charge, ac--j cording to their financial condition, and the cost of maintenance not met by these charges must be paid by the district. This is not so expensive a plan as it looks. After the construction of a rea-- i sonably substantial building for the purpose of administration, the cooking and serving of meals, and the housing of the nurses, the building or build-- , ings for the actual housing of the consumptives can be more cheaply erected than those for any similar hospital purpose, because the patients are made to live and sleep in the open air. or on verandas; very small, cheaplj constructed buildings are sufficient for the purpose. The whole campaign against tuberculosis is based, not oi Charley Clouse and bister Mis Mandy. returned home Saturday, after inendinz a week with their sister Mrs J. B Robinson in j Laurel county. Mrs Nora Mc-- ' Kinney spent Sunday with Mrs Uoia McKitmey. M. G. Kiry j and family spent Sunday with his mother Mix. garah Kirby. Wil ham Rentier vKite.l his brother' Milton Rentier near Walnu Grove laht week. Mr. and Mrs. Sunin'-Bur roll spent last Sunday with Yr and Mrs James Southard. Born to the wife of Milt Payne on the Huh a fine girl H. C. Kirh bought of Bill Cromer four hogs 8 HO Mis .1. W. Cromer visited her father, Jr. Joins Pitman, near Level Green Sunday. Mis Ida Barron was the guest of Miv--eMartha .tiiU Fanny jviroy Tue day evening. Mr. and Mrs. "W T. DeBord, visited Mr. and Mrs Wra Bullock, first of week. J C Graves bought a hug of Mrs Sarah Kirby f.r 7. Will Renner and sister Miss Rose, have returned lvune after spending two weeks with relatives at Pittsburg. Ky. s igj-aj- 'i T rN i vte&g ST - For Infants and Children. ,, II III ! r&: LAd4UIM l KJS) ALCOHOL 3 PER s'5 ,1 Sl rknt" i The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of . Aege(abePrcparctionbr.s-similaluigitenjofJanrJHijgii- ttngilie Sirancteanrlltarciscr coSSV Oplunt-Morpliin- 0,1 0 NJ. am. e A iifli,Tr s ftoinQf cs DestionJCheerfiir JL ifcJ ners ar1 fesr.Ccittci-tE& ,30?.,: nc!" Not Nar c otic. AizcSecil norMirraL t EtffL tf M. ... 1714 HiwSifl- - sAt A If a I: ol m& 0 (cijftr u fftfr-'t- C'trMSxrr. IC&cnsrttrr. Apsrfect Remedy for ConsflpaAVorras.CouvulsionsJhxrisIi- tion . Sour Stomach.DlarrtalacSini'i Signature of ncs3 andLoSS OF SLEEP. W-- hf W ft iP In Use For Over MOTHER UF EIGHTEEN of eighteen I v- -CIS. rjc- lt Ihe Centaur Compaxt, CHILDREN V.sv SSm555pSi3WHI? Guaranteed undertneKooaer BaaUTm Exact Copy of Wrapper, NEW YORK. Thirty Years "I am the mother WW THE CtNTAtJH COMPANY MCW YOhA CITY. 1 A,. VERKDN CpKET CD. $ PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND K3IlSAL3IJ-:Jt- 5 ZZ WREC KS AIRSHIP LAST FROM STORM DESTROYS GERMAN AIRSHIP IN WAR MANEUVERS. c:ns. E8VRMr3s(a HOPEWELL Among those who attended the singing at Win. Kirby's Satur daj' night, were Green Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Barnes, and Liddle Adams. Mrs. Sarah Hanks has returned home from Tennessee, after spending a month with friends and relatives. Rev. Carmical attended the association at Poplar Grove Wednesday 'and SVSt. A Thursday and reports a nice time. s a check on .your payments. "When it conies tack M; nied Septemher 4th, at the home of Rev. James Barnes, Mr to you it is an indisputable receipt for your money Eugene Gentry and Miss Rachel Payment by check is a check on spending, too. You Jones. Mr. Gentry is the eldest think twice before drawiug a check. And the second son of Mrs. Eliza Gentry and Miss Jones is the charming daugh thought often results in your not drawing it at all. ter of Columbus Jones. Mav Open an account and you'll save in spite of yourself. their futui e life be full of sunshine and happiness. Mrs. Em ma Barnes spent Sunday with her niece, Mrs Nora Hasty. MT. BANK Little Elhel Barnes has returned home MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, after spending a week with her V. L. RICHARDS, President. grandmother, Mrs. Cynthia Nice- A. 15. FURNISH. Cashier. ley. Rev. James Birnes filled his TJJ22SSS! regular appointment at Hopewell, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mat- tie numbered amonir the smrnai sickCox is this writing. at Misses I! Bertha and Hattie Carmical spent ))) I Saturday and Sunday with their i rt. a Br wmr ms& tf i sister Mrs. fiteve Carpenter at Mt. Vernon. Miss Isabelle Ping Our line of Conch Caskets who is teaching school at this place is unexcelled spent Saturday and Sundu3r with . j i jti Hand-mad- e MmmtvmmmmmmmtUK Collins furnished J i flORf her mother, Mrs. Mary Ping at &S Hearse sent to all parts of iui Walnut Grove. She reports her the County mother's health a great deal better. rfC33C5?E?SEaairs -- The infant of Mr. and Mrs. All orders by Wire Promptly Filled Swiney died September the 10th. Mr. A. C. Sowder has sold his farm, near HopeweP, to Mr. Geo. Livesay, price unknown. Apple Phone 94-AIT. VERNON, KY cutting's and bean stringirigs are the order of the day in this part, and it seems that some ot the neighborhood would almost get rich on their bean crop as green beans are selling for $1.20 per bushel. Home, and Shirley Carmical spent Sunday with Master George Sowder, Steve Carpenter purchased a horse from Andrew Hensley, which he paid five dollars and it seems at that price that every man in the country could afford at least two or three horses. Born to the wife oi Willie Sow der on Septemher the 8th a boy. Rev. Carmical filled his regular appointment at Mu Pleasant Saturday and Sundav. I you need a good pair of shoes DON'T 'LET BABY SUFFIiK WITH ECZEMA AND SKIN I XZ. Mt. Vernon, Ky. COUCH EflETALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. i 3 f ERUPTIONS Babies skin-covering. Check on The Vernon Bank need a perfect Skin eruptions cause Stricken Craft Remains Afloat Only an Hour Baron Von Maltzahn them not only intense suffering, Among Those Aboard. Dr. but hinder their growth. Hibhon's Eczema Ointment can be relied on lor relief and perma- Western Newspaper Union Xews Service nent cure of .suffering babies whose L. Bcilin. The German marine airship I. was destroyed in a hurricane IS skin eruptions have made their 'ilt's north of Heligoland, in tht life miserable. "Our baby was sea. Torpedo boats were imincafflicted with breaking out of the .orth dispatched to liately the scene and skin all over the face and scalp e.icued seven of the crew. Fifteen We U'ied Dr. Hobson's Eczema therb of the crew and passengeis are Ointment and were overjoyed to eported missing and it is almost cer see babv completely cured before ain they perished, as the airship r.- lamed afloat for not more than an one box was used'.' writes Mrs Strubler, Dubuque,' Iowa. Ali our. Among those who lost their .ves were t'apt. Metzing, commander druggists, or l)y mail, 5oc. P&'EIFFER CHEMICAL CO f the marine airship division; ('apt commander of St. Louis, Mo. Philadeldhia, Pa lanne. and ttaron Von the wrecked irship, . of that line of work for the company. Orders by wire promptly filled. Hearse sent to all points Oince rt, Vernon Monumental Huililing Licened Embalmor will have 2 I GEORGE OWENS, Manager 11 PHONE iiuiiiiuiiiiiiiuaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii - SAD ill rup-leathe- 3crtcrx TC7T dzlJ , n 4 iv v Maltzahn. The THE OP Vg&NON DISPENSARIES! A free dispensary is a place kepi, open certain hours of the week witl a doctor and generally a nurse in at tendance for the free examination ol those who need its service. People ot means ought to go to their physicians-an.pay the regular fee for such service. Inasmuch as physicians always render their services free to the need anyway, they generally favor the dispensary as saving time. Sometimes these dispensaries, or clinics, are held for all diseases and sometimes for especial classes of disease, such at tuberculosis, or hook worm, or dis eases of the eye, or nose and throat. Such a dispensary is an advantage to the whole community. The needy fee1 less hesitation about going there when 111 than about calling a physician; con sequeutly maladies are often more quickly diagnosed and put under control, and the contagious diseases arc then prevented from spreading. Especially in the case of consumption, it is easier to get an examination of the children of the family in a dispensary than it is at home. The accurate information which can be better secured and tabulated in - a dispensary than elsewhere is of great service in any general campaign for public health. A free dispensary can be cheaply started and maintained, because physicians are always willing to give an hour 01 two a week of their time to that work. Are you ready to give a little of youi money for it in case one is started in your community? Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission. lurricane came on so suddenly that it as impossible for the commander to each a landing. Thus Germany's am lition to maintain a squadron of s as an adjunct to the navy met a air-hip- Padded Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir-- ? k rs at a reasonable price ude shock. fi USE MAILS FRAUDULENTLY. Lynchburg, Va. In the federal dis-ric- i Men s oaddiest new, j4,U(J and uo Ladies' Saddles, new, $500 and up , tjy-k-- k $ Old Main Street bark of Court II, um;. V t court here J. AV. Sprinkle, oi j. W T. DAVIS 5CARCELY HUftS v T "leenf.ehl, O., 1 leaded guilty of fraud ilent use of the mails and was fined l.Ono and costs. J. A. Harps and H Z. Keefer, of the same town, jointly ndicted with Sprinkle, were dismissed. The defendants formed the Harps Sprinkle Piano Co., which conducted guessing contest and piano sale here t year ago, postal officials holding the ise of the mails to be fraudulent in he promises. The compromise came is a surprise. 1 COULD WALK ABOUT And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- flplll S 3p &: ACQUITTED OF MURDER. W. A. COX,! Pittsburg, Pa. William Treadway, 'ormerly of Vincent, Ky., was acquitted of the murder of Peter A. Boy. Ian, a hotelkeeper, when a gang ol men attacked him, Treadway drew a revolver and began firing, but did not know until afterwards that he had killed Boylan. This was the defense of Treadway. SLAYER GIVEN LIFE TERM. cent Was Unable to Attend to Any of Her Housework. believe taken it. 1 would have died if I hadn't After I began taking Cardui, I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. JONAS McKENZIE SELLS THE Ashland, Ky. Chas. Reeves, charged with the willful murder of Keith Queen, 17 years old, entered a plea of guilty and was sentenced to life imprisonment in the penitentiary. Reeves stabbed Queen to death at church because he had stepped on his fooL MILITARY AVIATOR KILLED. Sebastopol, Russia. A military named Druschlnin fell while a flight and was instantly kMled. SELZ SHOES "ROYAL BLUE". F it is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy ASHAMED! Lots of people seem proud to have appendicitis or nervous trpubles because they think they are fashionable diseases, and are ashamed to be called consumptives k x r - JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. oTKUNGTHEN WEAK because consumption ia KIDNEYS Feeling this way, not fashionable. neglect , diagnosis and medical they Don't suffer longer with weak care when they first detect the sigm kidneys. You cau get prompt reof consumption, thinking that, by sir. lief by tak n Electric Bitters, pie neglect, the disease will disap that wonderful iremedy praised by pear of itself. It is well within th SAFEST LAXATIVE FOR with a truth to say that 5,000 lives are sacri- women evers where. Start WOMEN vou will soon feel bottle ficed annuallly in the United States Nearly every women needs a through this false pride. The only like a new women wifh ambition to good laxative Dr. Kin's New thing to be ashamed of in having a work, without fear or pain. Mr. life Pills are good because they are case of tuberculosis in the family is lohn Dowling of San Francisco, for the prompt, safe, and do not cause the neglect of the disease and the con- writes: "Gratitude sufferer; and pain. Mrs. M. C. Dunlap of sequent death of the round censure wonderful effect of Electric Bitters Good for LaadiH. "Vim says: "Dr King's such neglect deserves involve more prompts me to write." will probably Nothing better New,I ife Pillj. helped her troubles because it person. Remember that an 'he l.ver as well. than one greatly " Get a box early diagnosis of consumption in- for indidestion or billir usness. Price-25- c. Recommended by creases the chance of cure a thousand "rire, 5oc and $l.oo, at Chas C. Cfiu. C. Davis. Davis, fold. to-dato-da- I fattened up, and grew so much Pleasant Hill, N. C "1 suffered for stronger in three months, 1 felt like an three summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." Vincent, of this town, "and the third and Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. last time, was my worst. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic I had dreadful nervous headaches and effect, on the womanly constitution. prostration, and was scarcely able to Cardui makes for increased strength, walk about. Could not do any of my improves the appetite, tones up the nerhousework. vous system, and helps to make pale, I also had dreadful pains in my back sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. and sides and when one of those weak, Cardui has helped more than a million sinking spells would come on me, 1 weak women, during the past 50 years. would have to give up and lie down, It will surely do for you, what it has until it wore off. I .was certainly in a dreadful state of done for them. Try Cardui today. Ladies' health, when I finally decided to try Tl "rite to: Chattsnooza .Medicine Co.. Special Chattanooza. Tenn.. for nn mir rac ind Aa.im !..,(. Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly i Tiiiitatrnt for Women." seat in puun wrapper. u a . "WE A i DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE 1 iil And don't have to grease but once a week. Made in KmtKky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexfton, Ky. t- - 3VJ - &-- ' .. r;:.V