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' V ilvBC . volume xxvn: i?l s- - 4ft KJS& t r.l ( ' , siW''flw "" ,rn ta rv. ..-? y w iroffirai:-.- . ' & ; . "-"TiM- ii-l' . gil rV rr-r- r- - . EstabHshBd 1887 CT &T. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FftfDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1913 NUMBER 1 No Better! me thsta Right; NewAt This ... "'. . . . Good Roads .. . or a i JlJ Ms :::::::: : :::;rr: ?::::::: aJ 4 For Your Fall" " as j -r- -- ' li a Clothes -- wt'l' ;- -; They All . ! ' a WITS" ! be;s,t; men of thisF HON. .NAT B. SEWELL - the; town men who really know and appreciate good this store has lvalues always been a great We aim to give them better service than they would; receive elser where w;e are always ready to go out of our way to please them. lav-!orit- eT : lOi LAURtU COUNTY." Judging froni the reports that fotne Iroui' all parts of Mi. Sewell is makitig a very effective campaign' in his race for ( Representative in the Laurel He is the Kock'castle district. nominee of "the Democratic party, but is not making hfs fight along the-'district ... . -- - . ijiiiiSiiisiiM V?rs JPa1 ' till I'i W Honest merchandise, honest advertising, and honest prices have "played ail important part in the popularity cf this store Remsm- ber these facts when you read our advertisements from day to day We expect you taread them anci respond to them because we mvz? make a statement that the merchandise will not back up And if something bought here should go wrong we will make it right j , SPflll ill ifawl 1! I political Jines, as he pledges hjin- self, if elected, to use' all- his time, energy und inlluencoiu the Interest ot his district and the mountain people without regard to political parties or factions. Mr Sewell has stroug supporters in all parties who agree, with good reason, that the entire past history of the Kentucky legislature proves that members from, this district, thouel good. an$ papable men, have not been abletct secure anything worth while because the majority in the legislature has always beou overwhelmingly against them. Therefore, Mr. Sewell could be of vastly greater service tothe district than - BAKER'S 'aaaa-.i... .... DEPARTMENT STORE ... ????? ....... ....... ' . tic . . c ,, t t '. '!!!!?? J . u a-- a a a 40 a! i- - -- eMitiiiaaaaaaa9aaaaaaaaaaaaaa9aaaa9aaeaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaqaaaaaaeaaaaa-.k Ybl j;can -, get .it at iBakers" 'JBHB9HBW" . , r Dry Goods, Notions, i.aaies ana enis rurnisning-s' ' ."" Clothing and Shoe: "v :- -- ' 1 . y -- , - -- Carpets and Mattings, .. ity and could expect their support. Besides this he has the great advantage of a pergonal acquaint x : Queens-wareance that covers every county in ' this State among School people, I : hu'sfneqs people, newspaper- men inc"l politicians, -Though born and reared a poor boy on a Laurel county farm, he r worked his own way through difDrop in and see us soon WVi:.tyawi ferent schools till be was gradu to showr y ou the new things, Yn are clnne ated from Yale University, one of here wbetfrjeryou. buy or not. - :,: he jyeatest jnstjtutions of learnworld. His extensive ing in the experience the pas't eighteen years Styl es Fall Clothcraft ; 35 eaoher, merchant, newspaper ' T70IJ'LL surelv be nloased with tlie new and traveling raau, has given ' man, Clothcraft Styles. We're never seen' him a broad knowledge of, as well Fall HU'IUI Jj"W " as aii extensive acquaintance with beautiful variety of garments, tiv&vy such a While his men of all classes. ood style that a man of taste could want is borne has always been in the mounFiere in the most fashionable weaves arid cotains nd he is an ardent cham lors; every garment possesses inarks of refine-ineu- t pion" pf the mountain people, he and" good taste, hqs a host oi frieuds in' .other i- But see thBSGDclothes yourself ltpday.' parts of th? State. U.G-BAKEs R fit.' toe.--' The Signal has no fight to make Cheapest Prices Try them on, AllTHothoraft Clothes rest Store against any candidate in this race, bsec-iiilists- . dilute they are signed and. tailored 5Wi but believes with Mr. Shell's Prices 1.0 to $25, and guaranteed LITi-N6'T0.3?- . here in the. near future. S. C. , after a few days-- ' visfttathe supporters that, as a purely busi-negt- j Get your smt Cot wool, wear and seirice. family have returned sition at KnoxvSle, has returned' prqpqsiqqn pf ' " Ver--nri"7 ' Mr. John Baker, of Mt after a two week's visit with rela- - home.. Bill Pennington has bee Mday. " ' Laurel find Ropl?ca.stle can not afhas been visiting relatives tives at Boston. Mr. and Mrs. appointed deputy sheriff-- at- - fcbfs- -' ' ford to lose the opportunity of r X s" JPlJ : Shi Mr. Walter Gilford hastr seoui'in'g tbO services in the iiext ta'ere. W. G. River is very sick Toe.Omary are spending a few 'place. ' at rfhis writing. W. G. Niceley, days in Jellicb an,d noxville. , mo.ved his family to Wanerr, BelU" : specialized in good .shir'tsaiiiL V ! TE'VE always Ugislatuxe of a man t such nat n'ral ability, education, business the hotel and restaurant man, has Tjhe little child o Mr. and Mrs. county. He has a position with a-before have we had as. fine an assort never un. jfeairy."' apd educational experience, strong for the past two weeks 'been res Ed WhUts is some betterat this mining company as blacksmith. ment. Smart patterns in a variety of tasteful. influence, and loyalty to his home modeling the hotel, ye has re writing. Mrs.Osker Argenbright Mr. and Mrs. R: J. Letfionds. are shirts for all occasions, pleated or plaid bosoms. Buy uow, while the stock j$ designs pqpjeas tbe people who h.ave papered n4 painted, and made a was m Kiciimond, Jbrmay- ana visiting ye)atives in LtfuisvlUelor $l.-0-. cpmplejte. . The. best shirts you've ver seen for 50c to aU around a few-- days. Mrs. J. U: Owehs , Saturday, visiting relatives. known him all Xla Ufo know Mr, great impiovement Sewell to be. We want Boone We received some literature.Tues Rev. Duke, pi Mt. Vernon, deliv- who has been in a weakenQd;.cor-,the foremost nj ckwear manufacturers., we've day,--roBoys Here Jams Maret, of Mt. ered his farewell sermon here ditipn -- for some time, Jveht to' Way built. He can and will be of gatliel-eour assortment You are .,..-- " -- LrnrTnr,D great service to us in securing the Vernon, Democratic candidate for Sunday. He goes to another field Richmond,- - Friday, to cbnsult a . 5 b"P endorsement of the legislature and County Court Clerk and Boone of labor.. It is wtth regret that physician. Miss Bessie Daugh- and 50c. as ever-- 25c W.Q lose this eloquent quiet and ertyj of Betea, is visiting heraunt, ' , here the influence of newspapers and Way advocate, and whilst we h$Ye. children's clothes. .?,: n - Bowman, his good natured gentlemen Mrs. W.-H- . Mahaffey, at ihis and ttate gj& variety, strong, serviceable, stylisli :garm'ents hftlf nbthing againgt Mr,Ii Ha'f election for tffwri'of- of Jesus, a man who we5 place.-r-T- he we cannot help ad- !i a ;. r-syateui tax opponent, but !':-- l Ml :P pfit. wa-fflefor the youngsters who are..Jiard un their. .,p fices is' still getting hotter an3 we.' raugnat is nere in i use tne suape ation that gives the poor' tn4& as .miring Mr. iviaretjana nis impartial earned the praise of kindess in his clotues ana Jieatataressyssoyjesojorjeciais s the Vicltf man ; we work for his fellow man in his discourses, using no tirade or re- think betore it is over we will wlal? CWe 're 15sl ffacftt auriexacMnk inSlJ1 anS sfHellhat vou like. Hundreds of with speeches from both." as needimpjC;Y4nientffin our seltoor ebunty state and. country? with a buke in his djsOouises or personal ,0e,iVe;1tEit.h;.tIiegnDf8nf tms town look to $hi flrti-traen- t tf generous readiness to assist and fife toward any man or clas.- - We sides. S. C. Frankliri was dowb legislation for the eCvaErmfats-- i bis: xM, - rTs i m&m S a bat store m itselt. . KVKV'irTtVWPmZTjiVjiB. ' andf?3i men . t ,tlrZ, wish him success. A fishing prty Irom Mt Vernon, Suuday,tetveeh protection and welfare of the wprk for every enterpise for an easy. cdmtgrtablefflteis , " t terf n . .. I: vMTCr ." li or conditions lor-ou- r peo- composed of the folkwl'ng gentle-mie- trains. r Cashier Richards of working classes; we are entitled to More service ganu y'1 ou can't le sMfiSfiMTsayyoiipneDk Mt. Vernonr was mixing with o.ur' ". T? we left for the tppor waters for. improvements in ft . state aid we need other measures ple, and well are inclined appre-pi'ativ- 'po.koastle tlver, Monday, of people Sunday. Joe 'Jackson," ac-wiin r fliifi is the nlftce for vou. Anion? your Fall bat Sow. tWrT? 4 farming; rjat tbfr '. meaning ana fori ?i4-1 v ' fpy-tpfleyeloprjient,. projection public wH Qnor auqh a te!n day 'a. stay : G. W. Martin, J. cidentsilly shot himself, Tuesday.'"; apd cpjnnjon gooji o tips part of such-acounty A. Childress, Moses Brady Henry Dr. Amy x was called but he 'was tfre- State: Measures that Mt:4 ntan ag q token of respeot,-r-MrOrndorf, and C.J. and W.B, Rice. not seriously biu-tMrs.' Atym Sewell Iheartily advocates and has clerk an excel je.4t chance, to secure. J.fH.Browning "and son. Walter; CH. Riceias returned from Argen bright " tery sicfe'at .SiMS Therefore, wefeel: that all men were in Mt. Vernon, Wednesday. Louisville after spending a few- - w5ritjr-iS: J. Aadrs6nt VkoSw ' should consider Mr. Sewell's can- - Al T, Feathers, jof LeBanon, who days in that city. W . R. Hanks iT,o-- r. v f iVui5c "djdaicy as aj'b.usiness proposition bis taken charge of the R.R. Sec-tha- s taken charge of- - an.extea xne was ia our jt6'w.n""Saay-Mrs..t and should vote for the btst .inTiemselves;'"a d 'tnetf "tljanlher-e-, moved' his family here at Livingston. J. B. Doneliy has terests of . ... . 11 1 '"14 V. ! f ighborf- i relatives here this we'ek icoy r.enwicic nas a .returned from. Lexinsrton after Tnesaay. luey win .T.' i ' r position in Louisville jk locomotive mree-waek- 's do vkit with. relatives-.a rtfleftoitua'ftraitv ri"A- hHDr. and"Mr4v W CC Amyx- - ?nd 4nmntV . -- t Oh.il-xLfe- r Vhis there.-- -sM -- Vr !,& ganMfM,' war tHjorgi., nave s;tf3H0i3iii:aM H iTJVorf ' FBIt FLETCHErS. .from RnoWl.'TH.ta T.Kobert bnroeder,- 'ml IvcblMOO XQ U9JPITIIO I ; wad 34 W. J .'P. R T)ruinmOQds family I Junction, will ac? . he.; opponts,si-pc;wouiobej!ecognized b the major- .eithejj3JiJMB e ffipL)g4w;p: Uocks Caps Hats and , .m9' llllBil fil! Hardware, -- ; Tin and Enamelware, . Groceries and Provisions' H; . Eiirniturei New R.udy liili'li ill Pi 11' lis l Stoves and Ranges, Doors and Windows "Salt, Rdpfingand Implements' T HE B ES T BY T EST MountVernon's Tbckcastle's " '" 'Ncw Fall ts Jffgtj expo--Carteran- self-intQre- - ; n, -- . , I -- Z Outfit the -..,- d . i T niTi lnrt. .! w "Prias'reiAible vlj -- f, i ,,;,.. n menhrJole de-cip- le Aiuis gpoy-clfdncd- fipbyouf8teXS: N-i-f -- yirNfekri T-'.-'-. - 1 K i msmmt spicrairoppfe 'W?5 --- -. 1 JC systehised 4 p hot-trme-- it '. X n, to-thin- k e- C' with-artoffi- - c s s. . ' A-- S, i.- 4 -- ' . "4 STORE - m - S '. '. . - Y --' juoved-his-fu-aiil.f- r -- re-Wr- m. k: t -- Off- - - r ,- CASXQRIA 'aa !' Vj X , " r" 1TJWSf r - I "jbHw s. .- &$& . BfteirnriTtyiiirT rvftirfriM .r. is .. -i- ff;i-.nly.--.ji: auaKia(aiaUMkaaiHttSaMti HtZZlaSBmfiim&Mmm iVi iiMaaamah a victs from State penitentiary shall Flab Lick, Pinevillej Williamsburg Sunday and was buried at '1 is ofd be used in the construction of Manchester etc., being vay'home cemetery, after religious highways in the various counties stations. land Masonic servijes at the Bap- Friday, Oct. 3. 19 13 This road besides being a high- tist Church in Preachersvillt;, I State Fair lost about $io,o( o way for stock drovers and "wag- those of the Masonic order attend The this year, on account of poor at oners" was used as a Stage road, ins fiom here were Sylvan Bordes Published every Friday by tendance, due to losses over the over which the Stage Coach with Francis Bordes, R. S. Snivel, K. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. drouth etc. The State Fair i.. four and six horses hitched went L. Smith, Ed Smith, Wm. Frar-ci- -c $I.OO one of the institutions of which both ways daily. , Walter and John Robins. Horses weie UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR every Kentuckian should beprouo stabled and fed in Relays along A two yesr old child of Mr. and Better than in any other way,' it the line at points called "Stage Mrs Buck Hughes died at the Advertising rates made known on shows to the world the wonderful Stands " Crab Orchatd Sanatorium Monday application resources and possibilities of our The horses were di iven in a and was brought here Tuesday great commonwealth, ai d itsboulr sweeping trot over such parts of and buried in the Christian MEMBER OF be given encouragement in everv Born to the KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION way possible- :- Interior Journal 'he load as admitted it, and in Church cemetery. good long sands stretches as some wife of E. B. Newland a baby girl There was a time when we hac part of the Big Hill afforded and Monday. Uncle John Si man age J a different oppinion from the lat the level lands of Laurel, they 70, brought his blusaingr bride Lf I EJ terporsion of the above item, but went in a gallop making six to of 28 to town Tuesday morning we can now heartily endorse tht eight miles or more per hour. At and began housekeeping in his to Interior Journal s views on this each relay fresh horses with har- residence on SilverStreet. Uncle If fmportant subject. The btat'e ness on were hooked to the Stage John appears to be as young as Fair is worth the price and theft md awav they went. The driver any body, and judging from the STATEMENT OF THE Everywhere some. perched on top with a long whip way he steps around, he is good Ownership, Management,Etc. Union Suits that are sold by Gov. McUieary has issued a with which"" to inspirit each horse for seventy moreyear3. We wish of the rt .11 the team. He carried a bugler's them unbounded success in their the chest measure alone fit at the MT. VERNON SIGNAL, proclamation "calling ofuponState horn, such as are used by cavalry wedded life When Brack Durpeopled every county the chest. They fit the rest of Published weekly at Ml. Vernon, tof Kentucky to work on the road which was tooted aloug the way, ham arrived in town Wednesday the body by guesswork. A Eockcastie County, Ky. Editor. in their resoective counties on mucli as the steam whistles on the boys had a nice little tire Union Suit that fits you at the Business Manager, Publisher and Friday and Saturday, Oct 24 and trains are blown now. ready and his best hat soon went sole owner, E. S Albright, Mt. 25, commencing at 8 o'clock in the If the road subject interest up in flames. Its a boy. Four chest may net be "long Vernon, Ky. enough for comfort". It may morning and continue until s Signal readers, we will attempt sacks of flour and a bag of feathE S. Albright. te describe the beginning of build- - ers were received at the local post be ''too long" o'clock in the afternoon." Subscribed and sworn to before office Wednesday by parcels post. iug county roads, as at present You're lucky if it fits at all. me this the 2nd day of October, Mr. and Mrs H H. Wallin, of practiced, as well as outline the Good Roads In fact, a union suit to tit I9I3- probable plan on which the "Boone Danville, are with her mother, A. B. Furnish, More'' Wiy" and other National State Mrs. M. E. Wilmott. W. H. must be made to fit the entire Notary Public. body. roads will eventually be con- Anderson was called to the bed'My commission expires side of his grand father, W. H We have a line of Union Suits "V." As stated in previous article structed. Feb. 2, 1913. Miller, last Saturday in Garrard Vernon, Sept 29. Mt. government aid wa secured by that are made on a new system R. G. Wilmott is here this week the state of Ohio, when it was ad of body measurements. DEAFNESS CANNOT BE There is no section of the news- mitted into the nnion. on account of the serious illness These union suits are of the CORED paper tbat comes home closer to The fund used was from proof his mother. Mr. and Mrs. W, where people live than the classi- ceeds of salo of public lands, ap- by local applications, as thev can- P. Rigsby attended the funeral of very latest WHITE CAT tope. not reach the diseased portion of W. H. Miller at Preachersville fied advertising No matter how They have the genuine Kentheoretically propriated by Congress for con the ear. There is only one way to Monday. much more important Remember that on osha Klosed-Krotofor sustruction of ioads. cure deafness, and that is by confrom Mexico may be, the the news Funds derived from this source stitutional remedies, Deafness is Friday October 10th is the Agripreme comfort fact that your neighbor has offered has most generally been applied caused by an inflamed condition of cultural High School Fair. Liber Ask us about the underwear bis house for sale at a certain price for "Common School " purposes. the mucous lining of the Eustach- al prizes are given for the best "thats lit to wear because it When this touches you much more closely. The next step in order of road ian Tube. a rumbling is inflamed corn, wheat, Irish and sweet poyou have sound or im- tatoes, pumpkins, tomatoes, fits everywhere". Prnm these columns vou read buildingl vill mention TheWilder-nes- s onions perfect hearing, and when it is en town's the intimate story of the 2.50 and less. apples. Help to Turnpike Road, extending tirely closed. Deafness is the re- tobacco daily lite. The housewife is cur- from the "Blue Grass" to the Ten- sult, and unless the inflammation make,it a success. Remember ious to know who is advertising for nessee state line. The road ex- can be taken out and this tube that Brodhead gave birth to the Working tended from there normal to positions as servants. but not as a restored willits destroyedcondition, Rockcastle county fairs, and let :35Ir?MPmMK forever; hearing be to know who is adver- Kentucky enterprise. people want every body come and help rrake ni e cases of ten aie caused by tising lor positions as servants. The road consisted of two lines Catarrh, which is nothing but an Agricultural fair a great success. The Ho..e Of Good Working people want to know who from the "Blue Grass" to a unc infiammed condition of the mucous Read the list of speakers in the Clothes is asking for help. People who own tion at "Pittmont" now Pittsburg, surfaces. program. Come and spend a wish to buy or rent real Ky., thence a single road to Tenor who We will give One Hundred Dol- pleasant day, bring your farm lars for any case of Deafness products and win some of the a and estate are interested in the pend- nessee line. (caused by catarrh) that caunot be prizes laxative" ing transfers. It is ha-- d to find a An act of legislature while the that will be awarded. J. by Hall s Cure. class of people who do not follow tate was n its infancy, approprij bured tor circulars, Catarrh I?hos: Cherry was up to, see his A mild, gentle and effective laxfree. Send notices week by week. ative is what people demand when these ated a sum sufficient to open and F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, father and mother Wednesday. suffering from constipation. ThousHence it is perfectly astonishing prepare this artery ot commerce Ohio Sold by Druggi?t, 75c. ands swear by Dr. King's New Take Halis Family Pills for how many answers are often re between Kentucky and the SouthECZEMA AND ITCHING Hvgh Tallman. of Life Pills ceived from a simple little inser- ern States. Over this road in the CURED San Autonio, Tex. writes: "Thev tion, in the To Rent, For Sale, and 40's and 50!s till near the time of The soothing, healing medica- are, beyond question, the best UKOOHEAD. Wantcolumns. Anything you can the civil war poured the stream tion in Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint- pills mv wife and I have ever never cause pain do by personal inquiry is multiplied of commerce between the two secO. C. Wilmott is with his ment penetrates every tinv pore of taken." They Price 25c at Hruggists, or by mail fold by the press. a hundred the skin, clear it of all tions. mother this week who is very sick. stops itching instantly.impurities s B. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia Dr. Hob-son'Some people will put in hours or " Droves " of horses, mules, catMr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham, Eczema Ointment is guaran- or St. Louis: days and time worth dollars, run- tle and ,hogs were continually and little son Austin Sparks, were teed speedily heal eczema, ning around and making inquiries driven on) foot to the Southern with relatives here Saturday un- rashes-- ,toringworm, tetter and other C. haphazard, when they want so rent market. unsightly eruptions. Eczema til Monday. Mrs. Vula Reynolds ATTORNEY-AT-LAa place or sell some property. The hogs and cattle to supply visited relatives in Crab Orchard Oiutmentis a doctor's orescription, MT. VERNON. KY. not an experiment. All druggists Meanwhile a few nlckles or dimes meat for the cotton and sugar"plan-tatiou- " the latter part of last week. Mr. or by mail, 50c. Pfeiffer Chemi-newspaper would spent jn the OFFICE.- On 2nd. floor o and the mules and horses and Mrs. J. Thos Cherry were cal Co , Philadelphia and St. Louis. The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Churc reach a hundred fold more people. for the cultivation of these two here from Crab Orchard last Fri-da- y street. Special attention given Usually the man whom you ex- crops chiefly. The cost of reon their return visit from Mr. GRADED SCHOOL NOTES to collections.?! pect to interest has other ideas, pairs of the road was secured and Mrs. John Cherry who are Phone No. 80. while the newspaper brings in- from tolls, collected from the quite sick. Mrs. M. E. Wilmott, quiries from strangers and sources "drovers" and "wagoners" along The attendance for this week who has been seriously ill for tbat would never occur to you. is 236. the line, gates were erected for several months, is very lov and of the Graded-schoThis kind of advertisingpermits each twenty five or fifty miles of All parents and teachers who not expected to live but a short the buyer to get the best price, be- road, where tolls were collected. time. Mrs. M. E Francisco, of are inte.ested in organizing a cause he learns whether there is to These gates were rented to the Cimarron, Kans., was visiting her parents and teachers association be any competition. It gives the highest bidder, this bid compell brother-in-law- , F: Francisco, and are urged to meet at the Graded seller the most advantageous trade ing him to furnish the amount other relatives here during the School Friday afternoon October because he finds whether there is bid by him whether he collected week. Her hurband, D. Francis- 10th. 3 to 4 o'clock. really to be a demand. or not. This public renting co, died a short time ago, leaving The new seats for the High it In many plaices farmers are al- was conducted by Road Commis- quite a little fortune, $27000.00. School-roohave arrived and been ready doing a good business thru sioners, one being appointed for ' John Riddle and W. J. Brown, of put up' the parcel post by newspaper ad- each county along the line. The Walnut 'Grove, were here last The High School and eight grade vertising. They are developing repairs were made by some one Thursday on business. Mr. and boys have organized a school band a trade that would rather pay a hired for the purpose, let in sec Mrs.H. L. Tharp.and family, of and are progressing very, r: pidly special price than buy thru middle- tions and the work usually done They expact Junction City, spent last Sunday with their parts. men. The classified advertising in the summer and fall, The afternoon with Prof, and Mrs.T. to make their first public appearof and is a time saver and a money labor employed if white was about H. Likins. Don't for get the ance in a few weeks. ana earner. 50 cents and board per day or 13 school fair Friday, every body Two basket balll games are Monuments of all per month. In some instances scheeuled with Pine Hill for next Granite of In this issue will be found an the Slaves of the contractor, or come and hear some the the most Friday; one for the boy's first kinds. Estimates furnished state of excellent and valuable historical those of the neighbors were em prominent speakers on application. team, and one for the girls. article on the old Wilderness Road ployed, at about the same rate. Kentucky affords. It is all free This week's attendance for the GEO. OWENS, Propr. A M . Hiatt was in Mt. Vernon from the able pen of Prof. J. W. Very heavy wagons carrying four Monday on business. Miss "Min- High School room has been thirty Pone 112 Van Winkle, of this place. Facts tons or more drawn by four, four. six are brought out that people of to- and eight horses went over that nie Hiatt, of Quail is spending a day were not cognizant of and had road. Wagons went in groupo, few days with Mr. and Mrs. A. M Hiatt. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. probably been forgotten by the old- from Louisville, Lexington or Brown returned to their home in I er ganerations. The article shows Frankfort, where the goods were UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Cullmau, Ala. Mrs. Brown is a For Infants and Children. that the State built fine turnpikes purchased. They doubled teams of W. A. Tyree of this The 'Kind You Have Always Bought and bridges in blue grass portions to climb the steep grades along daughter place. Mrs. M. A. Stevens and ot her domains years and years ago, the way. The freight consisted Bears the W. C. Turpin returned to the mountainspaying'their portion chiefly of flour in barrels, sugar Mrs. Signature spending' of the taxes to bear the expense. coffee, domestic, cotton, sheeting their homes after county- - two weeks in Whitley with The time has arrived, if it is ever and shirting, n shoes their husbands who are working to arrive, for the mountains to re- and boots, jeans, whisl'ey, nutMiss , Indian Runner Ducks For vive some of the long delayed megs, ginger, indigo, and madder for the Lyons Lumber Co. Webb Sale: 1 have 60 Indian Runners Julia Simpson and Henry benefits of good roads built by the calico, etc. were married last week. They for sale among them some beauti State. The distance traveled rarely are rplendid young people, and fuldrakes fawn and white markCHRONIC DYSPEPSIA ings. They came from Athens, Geo. V. Steep, the noted war exceeding ten miles - per day. we wish them much success, The following unsolicited testicorrespondent and good road man, Some trips over the Cumberland Miss Kate Bunch was here from Tennessee. Forternis, address, mountains running into weeks. F; Carter, monial should certainly be sufMrs.J. Crab Orchard during the week. 'of Indianapolis, and James Ma ret, Many of these wagons would 'F. Francisco, the pioneer Hotel Brodhead, Ky. ficient to give hope and courage to of this place, ate delegates to the persons afflicted with chronic meeting of the Southern Appa return by way of 'Goose creek, man, has moved to his residence THEY MAKE YOU FEEIGOOD dyspepsia: "I have been a chronic works, and load wjth Goose across the nver, and Mrs. Maude lachian Good Roads Association! Salt dyspeptic for years, and of all' the The pleasant purga.tivJ!!effect jn Ashville,' N, C. creek salt, for barter along the Sprotile, h s daughter, hast taken produced by Chamberlain'? Tab- medicine I have taken. Chamberwhich meets way "; oharge oft ehveh Uncle Horace lain's Table! 3 have done me more Oct. 22-Freight was, perhaps '$h, and Miller died at the home of his lets nd thp hPalthv condition of good than anything ejse," says W. body and, mind which tfcey create Mattison. No. 7 Sherraon "St., election a vote more per hundred," according to. daughter, Mrs. . C. Anderson, make one feel joyfnl, t?or sale m G. At November Homellsville, N. Y. For sale by as to whether coo- - cuswucej jouufQ sar.uaufviue, neerSpainy, Garrard County rlast I all dealers. qrity be take 'all dealers. MT. VERNON SIGNAL STYLS CLOTHES 7 Ml " km, r . f ,T,r-7.j- THEY PREFER OURS No Wonder, Simple as A B C. Ours Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style Jt'.s about as difficult to describe these new Wear It's Fit it Fits "Some clothes as to write about the prettiest girl at a Leap Year Party. You've got to sea her with your own e es. Maybe you'll like her if you don't there are others- - So, it one suit doesn't please yon, we've another. It's a question of taste. Prices ? That lies with you. The better the clothes you buy, the longer they hist and the better they look while vou're wearing them. But everyone prefers ours. They are best. h E. L. COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. nd THIHK OF IT THIS gentle effective To 111 income will never be large enough to buy every- thin ir you want and have something left to save. The more yon earn, the more yon .pend. 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 ' Williams, PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. KAcES FiRST DAY Aug. 13 ol iycpia$3d I 3c&3k363cc; GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER I Brodhead Ky COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes,' Manufacturers Mail, Telegraph or Tele- - Q phone orders Promptly Filled. &&&&3&Cy 3CVctC&Ftr$frr SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CASTOR A i'&&$fffl J. C. NK5LARY CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, OCT. 12th leM $1 .50 Trip Round f .50 I SPECIAL TRAIN Trip Round wax-broga- Stanford, Ky. Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. . POUND! FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles and Eyeglasses for $1.50 and up. Gold, Silver unci Aluminum Frames. Lar gest selection in t6wn. Eye's tested Free. Yeara of experience. j yyf-Phone s 23. P H Conover Dentist MT. VERNON, 4B-- S. KY, J. C. MOORE JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. OX FrM tRooss over Baker's Store. ; "r t BROS. STOKB ccapc$3ic3x: s - mm ! II it in - T -- rrr-- T &Pl?S .' te'.T. .,' U. " " SB& - . - "; T-af- --;- - -- ssr.Wi.MirTr Ca U.'-- ' :,-- . '.&! j - r ?-- ', v" TlffMTWW hifclUltlll 1 4- Si M-- T. VERNON SIGNAL ,Oct. 3. 1913 77 Q I, J? aIt. Vernon, Ky. 79 cata with up "No. 79" wnen wan toCommunU SIGNAL LOUISVILLC & NASHVIUX R.R.CO. 22 24 nortli 23 south 21 South TIME TABLE. 4.59 p ncrtn 11:38 12:19 m 353 a m am am Jas. Landrtjm, Agent. Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as stcond-cias- s PERSONAL Miss Mattie Butner B-er- was here X trom Pine Hill yesterday. Mullins was in Livings-tor- : Fish's. Mullins, who rPcent.y R. B. between trains Sunday. Work on Telephone Exchange bought a nice little bunch of stock Jonas McKenzie was in Louis nuilding is being pushed. of the Baird Dry Goods Co., ville Monday buying goods. Special suits are the Jollico, Tenn., is now on the road Fish's $15. John Egbert Fish was here from uiggest values in America with a full line of samples for that Quanah, Texas, during t ie week Mr. Mullins splendid concern. Bricklaying on the "Rockcastle' John M. Fish attended tha Wat a splendid trade. says he is having satisfactorily. son Byers wedding at Frankfort. Miss Queen Langford a beloved Beware ot shoddy shoes. Go to Mrs. Jennie Robins of Brd woman of the Langford section, head, is visiting her parents here, Fish's and get leather shoes. died last Friday morning from a this week. Ladies' Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, at relapse of typhoid fever. She had Sutton & McBee's. John J. Stokes has moved his just been up a lew days, after stif family from Harlan to this county, Florsheim Shoes cost more by fering a long tim- - with fever, when near Burr. the pair, but less by the year. she ate something she should not Miss Susie Thompson has re- Fire dollars the pair at Fish's, have eaten and continued to grow turned from a few weeks visit in Walk-Ove- r Shoes for Men, weaker until tjie end She is sur, Luuisville. Women, at vived by one brother and four sib Selby for Air. and Mrs. A. B. Furnish Ker remains were laid tt rers Sutton & McBee's. spent Saturday until Tuesday in Don't fail to see the Clever lest in EJmwood cemetery, SatCinciunati. Children at the Mutt & Jeff Thea- urday. Mrs. J. H. Browning nd son tre Friday and Saturday nights At a citizens meeting Monday Waltei were up from Livingston Club night, held Wednesday. OPENING -- Mil, WINERY rooms, T. in Commercial made J. Niceley wa' GOODS J. Buck Reamf.'a substantial Chairman and Jas. Mai'tt SecreSaturday, October 4th. citizen of the Dudley section, has tary. U. G. Bakef stated that the We will have our opening and t pnoid fever. object of the meeting was for ttie Air. and Mrs. J. C. Underwood display ot Ladies' Hats, Saturday, citizens ot Mt. Vernon, irrespectof Corbin, are wit'i relatives here! Oct. 4th. The largest stock of ive of party to agree upon (audi stylish Hftts. at moderate prices. for th wtek. da'es. for the town offices to he Do not fail to attend the big openMLss Mynle Tliarp of Winston, voted for at November election. Sutton & McBee, E-tiCounty, was with Mrs. Cleo ing. Judge J. W. Brown, Chas. C. and Medical Springs DavisTudge Bethnrum and U- - G. Bncke tf uwn duriug the week. - Mi. Aon: Philips arid Miss Loil m:1ioi1 wl.icli are being success- Baker made excellent addresses advocating the cause of progress in Philips of Wildie weVe here on fully tautr b- Mrs. EvaFiph m J .; Fish, respective-- i our town and showing its rapid ad bus.ness during the week. joinci ;,7 a spelling match and vancement. claiming thdt this Walter Mullins and wife are ex on the Medical movement of the citizens to get to a o.ihe ba'l pected to arrive in Mt. Vernon to S wrings grounds Ja$t Frjdijy after- gether on a common platform morrow to make their turne. noon. Tne j.itors defeated the droppjng politics entirely in the Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller have hiniig eam v a score of 10 to 6 in electjoi) of town officers, and all returned from a visit to Mrs Mil bail gaout tf.ijle the home pupils pull together for the advancement ler's mother at Ma&sfield. Ill heid tlifir own jn the spelling of the town's interest. On motion Miss Esther Lederman, St match They will meet next Fri-4- a he c air appointed the following Secy., Rebekas was the guest at v af.iTiioMi at Buckeve committee to select and rpport Mrs. R. B. Mullins last week. l7p OF THANKS ninies of suitable persons to fill UA Misses Julia Fish and Tabitha sa'd.Qfficesj tile membtrrs of the 1 tn' ibii mfitbod fa (thank the present board requested that their HSatt were with relatives at Wil BU'serj. ad usersof telephones nam.S be left out- The comi w.JtvVMf k.W rvcaKNBi i die Tiaasday and Wednesday telephone svsie ill Mrs. Ed Bell and children oCftbe mittee fjiade the fpHowing repoit and to express my appreciation whiph was unanimously accepted SP Liberty, have Leen with Mr. and for their patience ahoWH on oc GrifTju tor J. fi Mrs. F. L. Durham for a few and endorsed: C'NsXNvvNN kfes K!MiVN sssa . MMMW CNM casions when inaoidobl dolavs sssa & S&Xiaf dayK. Jqdge; P. D. DeBord for Police vccoJccxfxxvXlc J. ask and line troubles occurred Mi. and Mrs. J. vV. Rider have that they show the same eoiutp y Marshal apd R. L. McPerron, F. escrc. moved from the Adams property to the new company who w!H make h Durham, Dr, A. Q. Novell, S on West Main to rooms over their improvements in the system a d T. Proctor and Win. Poynter for v town Trustees. Store. VVi h .service as soon as possible The citizens of Mt. Vernon are Mrs. and Mrs. Brack Durham, best wishes to all of one mind; haviug thrown poliaTe the prou J patents of their first I am. Sincerely your., to the winds in town offices, born, a hne boy, which arrived on GBANy&LB Owens. tics each and all are now working hand j the 1 st. Brodhead, Ky. Oct. in hand lor a bigger better Mt. Misses Mary Brariaman, Bert On account of Mi. Duke's Vernon. T"is mutual good feel Franklin, and Flora Hagau were health, t'ev. T. U. Uutce has re- ing and agreement wa brought over from Wildie Wednesday signed as pastor of the Baptist new models are very attractive, the' about by members of the Coramer shopping. church and preached his farewell c.al Club, an organization that is material are rich ancl handsome coloring William (Buck) Sewder has sermon to that congregation on doing end will continue doing moved his family back to Mt. Ver Wednesday night. Mrs. Duke much good for town and county. and designs oon. His mother, Mrs. Fanny' will spend the winter with her There will hardly be another ticket Soivder, came with him. parents near Glasgow and Rev. in the field. It would be useless Mr. and Mrs W. A. Cox and Duke, who was recently elected to attempt to defeat such a ticket sou Earl aad Misjs Grace Cox were py flhe St,ate Board, as Evangelist, as was named Monday night. '$10.oo to v. in Louisville Monday and Tuesday vwijli jyork jn the territory adiacent Plain tailored and trimmed effects, faf? sights of the Perry Cen- to GlasgCKW n opder that he may If you want SQ Jaugf as you to see the "v. " .in all thp new njatenak . tennial . be wiib Mrs. Duke mucfr of tb never done before go to, the Mutft The home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. time. We regret very much toj & Jeff Theatre Friday an'd Satnrr Mcore of Rockportjlnd , was glad- lose these good people from our day Oct. 8 and 4th. dened by the arrival of a nine number, but we trust that the New line f fall caps with bows '. pound girl baby, on September 27. change will prove a hlessmg and in the back for young men- - at to v. ,: . ?f ' Mrs. Duke may be restored Miss Margie that Mrs. Moore was ' Fish's. Big-l- ot of pretty new coats in the new desirable to good health. place. 1 style and materials, black and colors THE FAMILY COUGH v Attorney and Mrs J. W- - Brown, The Jacksou building a $40,000, MEDICINE MissesRo.se McCord, Maud A. Structure was burned at London and Sue Robertson, and Monjiay pight. The second floor, : Kowen In every home there sTiould be left yesterday was occupied as offices by lawyer, a bottle of Dr King's New Dis- Mrs. L- - B Adams .J1 , noon to be present last evening a real estate and insurance men, anu covery, reader tor immedtate use. to wedding, Frank- only a few were able to save any wbeg any member of the farnily Watson-Byer- s the All the new designs in serge. You will have acqiq qrs,cqugii. fort, Ky. Mrs. Adams wiil go tbing. The first floor, was the comrara stop the spread " of sjek- 5e will H0 Jl'flnbl? n laliing your selection Kationil Bank and two or three nSs S. A Sid. ofMasqn. Mich., from Frankfort to California. Atty. C. C. Williams left Satur- - general stores and roost every wres: "My whole family do- floor, pends upon Dr. King's New Dls- tJl Aar in mmmnv with Mr. N. U thinerr was t saved on that am17m i..j.i:u . on1 inlrl nnirat mi iventucsy Duiiuug wuias iu - .""- - ne fViA nQQf ntirr " uhk" " Bond for New York, to make lue ., ... i.flf 1 wo 50c. . baseraent. saved every - meusm in we wona f. - - ; . to final arrangeraew bottles cured me of pneumonia 'i Rail - thing except a few pieces of ma- - Tbousands of oth famnieshave of the Rockcastle River ing chinary, which were too heavy to b"een equally henfitted and depend We liave just received anew assortment.of i road. road about 20 nijes long, uue entirely upon ur. Kings JNew prelty serges, diagonals and mixtureai which wilt start at Bast Bernstadt, handle, inenre sianea in -wuau me wu- "'c uuf, ' into Jackson county. (UUc Juugmgiroui - r n i, ion Deoule have to av about it, colds, throat and lurik troubles. rj nis roau vv.n w . 00c and - Every dose SPI1w?etQ T.Prritorv of fine timber, it looks like there ,s ancopportum- . t no All Rn ..no Bond's of ty for some pretty nfce. woak ly Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. which is owned by the L,ou;s. he State Fire MarshaL 3altiaorfi ett Mc-it-.izie Ladies tuitb that suit, you at sou's Lick. Tuesday. Fish's" " charge of the S T. Proctor has All ,tbe new and building of the Rockcastle." clothing for men and women can J. B. Conn, the expert machin- be foun-- i at Sutton & McBee's. ist, of Lancaster has been here Pcstage Fund Dr. E. J. several days doing plumbing work. Brown, one of Stanford's leading W. H. Graves put a three-mil- e .physicians, adds one dollar to extension 011 Gauley telephone line Boone Way postage fund thie week. Five-- people .were cremated in a Mrs. Nell Robert; of Madison county has n with her mother' fire which destroyed an eritiivbUx if ibe town of New Haven. Ky. Mrs. Ballard at this place. Tnesday nfeht The property Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cook and'on losi is estimated at $100,000. Mr. and Mrs. Will Cook, wer- herefrom Jellico last week to at. T,je folIowing announcement tend the funeral of their Aunt wasreceived this week: Mr. Grant Miss Queen Langford. Templin Mi-l- liva Baiigh. married, Miss Maude H. Hackley, of Lin- - Saturday, September 27, 1913, Lon : Mershon, coin county, a niece of Mr. James )dorjj jy At ho-nMaret, was married on September y 14th, at Newport. Oregon, to Mr Rew. Geo. Tinsley will take for John H. Davis, of Green Bay, of God ' for subject. Wisconsin. the morning service, and "Death LOCAL ata Frolic" for the evening service at the Christian church next SunThere is a Swann Hat for you at day. up-to-da- te b-e- J. J. Baker was in frdm. Simp The manage n ?:u of the Mut & Theatre hsu'e 'ortunatu in securing Ti e 4 Bui ocks &JCo. Teff bf-11 I e "An-estimat- e people in all. This company Miss Angie Hunt of Maretburg, father Here are some copies: comes well recommended. The entered Berea Hosp.t3l Co lego 'Two months after date I will pay psopleof Mt Vernon hive an opwhere she is taking a coursein John Evans one dollar for value portunity of seeing one of the best received of him. Witnes my training for nurse High class vsudeville and musical hand and seal August 1, 1827 Tne new telephone company is Henry Smith." Gilmore McLe-mor- e comenies on tile ro,iu, so every j at work repairing and getting their body waTits to come. also says he "will pay John C .. r lines into shape ior better service. Evans one dollar, ..: t Vrtrtirtn two months n. ,Itsagreal big job and will require nftr riatp nf AUg.ist 19m tK-i to-- i one of the raoit compute up something like two months to get John Evans s.rved written date Store buildings in. the state all the lines in proper shape. They notice on John Pruit'that "at the not excepting the citi s. Sutton are also at work putting up au ex- mouth of Skagsrs Creek A: McBee, dry goods, clothing and I shall change building. perseed to take deposition of Wil- - fl 4ioes have just moved into their i The Rockcastle " will have liam Herd and others. John store room which was completed and John ten days since. The plans were most f the modqra conveniences Evans complaiuant ln wa of "Shl neat waer, etc, Pruit defendant, 9th of September made bv C. D. Sutton and put in Evans. effect by S T. Proctor a leadiug und a private telephone switch 1810" each room Dr. Recording certificate of stray architect and builder of this board with a 'phone in place. The.owners and builders and connection with local telephone bogs 2o cts. advertising same 16 ire being highly complimented company which gives local and cts. A copy Teste Thomas Montgomery C. L. C. Another over the completeness of structure long distance connections. work scrap shows the following: and its adaptability for the purNew Barber Shop. New barDavid Brodhead. pose and uses it is intended for. ber chair, new chairs for patrons,' "Dec. in a The building is a two story brick new mirrors, new boot black chair. Jr., and Andrew Barnts bought looo acres ot land on main Buck the front fi'.iisht up with prest Entire new outht. Everything "Natural Shape" brick. The front door is set, back new except the barber, at Todds Creek a Branch ot Cumberland twelve feet from street line and shop, in Mt. Vernon Hotel front. River, beginning opposite the. lower end of the first Island in large plate g1as fill in the spaces Oct.. 3 2t said creek." "Received of John in front and on etich side of alcove Evans $1 75 in full amount of. his DIZZY WOMEN WHO GEP leading to door, The first floor is Every women who is troubled taxes for I825 also$i 87 for I826" Ubed for holding dry goods, notions built to follow the with fainting and diz.y spells, raods tax rece pt. John Evans and shoes. The second floor, backache, headache, weakness, natural lines of your which is pjerced by a skylight debility, coustipatior or kidney father was named John likewise his foot and clothe it in space 76x30, is for display of troubles should use Electric Bit- grand father whose old papers are accord with the dicclothing and ludies suits, cloaks ters. They give relief when noth- in possession of the said grand son. ing else will, improve the health, tates of fashion. etc. The hi" skylight, forty feet adding strength and vigor from the above foundation lights the house first dose. Mrs. FOR FLETCHER'S Laura Gaines, of during the day and a 25o. light Avoca, La.. j,ays: "Four doctors I plant drives away darkness alter had given me up and ray children AVOID SEDATIVE COUGH night fall. Mt Vernon has cause and all my friends were looking MEDICINES to feel proud of having the finest for me to die, when my son insisted tLat 1 use Electric Bitters. I did Sff you want to contribute directbusiness building not qnlv in the so, and thty have done me a world ly to the occurrence of capillary mountains but outside tho large of good." Just try them. 5oc bronchitis and pneumonia use Look for the Name cities,. The Rockcastle Hotel, and l.oo at all druggist or by cough medicine that contain codine now under obstruction will be mail. H H. Bucklen & Co. Phila- morphine, heroin and other seda-whe- n $5. Most delphia or St. Louis. you have a cough or cold. the next building to crow over. An expectorant Chamberlain's Cough Remedv is what in needed. & That cleans out the culture beds v breeding places for the germs of pneumonia and other germ disM t . V e r 11 v u ' s eases That is why pneumonia never results from a cold when Chamberlain s Cough Kemedy is .Leading uso.L It has a world wide repu-tio- n for its cuies. It contains no morphine or other sedative. For sale by all cea!ors. 9 T !- Mr, and Mrs. Geo. T. Johnson John Evans, living near Lang f will move to the- - house soon to be tord, h. s !ti his possession some vacated by Rev. Duke and family. of the oM papers of his grand ; Black or C I I . 1 7' You'll "i8o7-A'Dril-Jo- hn Find C" real comfort FIR! LAST Every style Children Gry O A3TO R A S" (Ljifl. SHOE Son : Styles J. Fish Clothiers SI LVER SEALPAINT! HONEST. SIMON PUltZ. DURABLE. gnt OUR FACTOHY-TO-USE- S PRICES SILVER SEAL BARN AND ROOF PAINTS. Eight Colors. BLACK Save Yon to 10 Gallons .... Yz Bbl. (25 gals.) ... Barrel lots (50 gals.) 5 BROWN ar.d GREEN 5 to 10 Gallons 'z Bbl. (25 gals.) Barrellots (50 gals.) 0 Per Gal. . . STOPS LOOK! LISTEN! Thoroughly Reliable. TgEvs,?!fR,'B,llcBflTSHT-M,- D ... . ... Per ... 75c 65c 60c Gal RELIABLE ROOF PAINTS. Pef Gal. 40c 35c 30c Bbl. (25 gals.) Barrel lots (50 gals.) Yz 5tolOGallons 50c 45c 40c to-las- t Ps .? mt m mm- - - m - - gP SILVER SEAL Mixed Paint best house paints made. Basis: Pure Lead and Zinc and Pure Linseed Oil, Cost you 25?& less, cover 25 9o more space. Guaranteed Cloaks anaSuits Polishes, Glass and Genera! Supplies. for Free Color Cards and Useful Information about Paints. WRITE save you money and guarantee you satisfaction. your needs and TO-DAAve-wi- ll Ask for our Special Prices to you. Silo Paints, Cement Paints, Floor Paints, Flat Paints, Shingle Stains, Elc Low Prices on Varnishes, Varnish Stains, Wagon Points, Carriage Paints, Enameis; twice os long as ordinary paint. -- Tell ua KENTUCKY PAINT MFG. CO. Incorporated. ZSSfiTfa v Suits, Coats, Dresses Skirts & Waists ANNOUNCEMENT NEW ANJ LEADING PINE HILL'S UF-TO-DAT- E STORE Shoes Shoes . o s v .' y The Is now ready to offer you the grandest bargains over t'eretTin any store. I'U Dry Goods. - Tailored Suits $25oo I The bottom lias tell oqt on The pi ices is now below the tuese goods antl Men's rock bottom price. f. must go" shoes going QW at $1.95 ? make room feu my new falL line. regular price $2.50 v- Coats $5oo $25oo Men's good Corduroy Pants 1.75 worth $2:50 Boy's Pants going naw at 49c Men's and Boy's Pants I have a good line of them. below competition I carry a fall line at prices : Groceries - , far ' . i ' -- Dress $10oo $5oo Skirts $2oo $750 cans 3 lb. pie peaches for 25c In fact everything at rock botworth 75c. tom prices. If you fal to visit my store you Best Patent Flour 70c per d certainly will miss bargains. Pat Flour 65c per sack: Corn Meal 21 lb. sack for 45c-Best Overalls - - - . - 85c I pay the highest market prices for Eggs at all times. Watch this space later on. 3 sack-Secon- Scans Salmon 3 cans 3 lb. krout for 25c - for 25c4 r v W. L. Overbay, pifffiiJc I 1 -- -- '" 1 iM iSEmBEHi ' t S!"f.?Ii - "f""J i - Sutton & McBee 'j I - At r "f: . ' i- - .nun ii . i : .M.jiii..j.j.a.jmmmLuA-jf- c - :JmtmMMtJtfititilfiWVffVfMKfTSSiiSntP'' ''SKv ' z?' BBp i a ? mmW IS THICKER THAN WATER" " r" ,' " I i " WKhout good -- cd Blood ii manias a weal: heart and poor nerves. Thinness of the blood, or anaemia.4s'romiooa in yojing folks as well as old. Especially is it the case with those who woik In illy ventilated factories or those who are shut v W Indoors in winter time with' a coil stove, burning up the oxygen or emitting carbonic (okide) gas. This b!o(d, or blood which lacks the red blood corpuscles, freih la anaemic beople may have been caused by lack of good peopleair breathed into suffer intense Junes, or by poor digestion or dyspepsia. Sometimes pfcln over the heart which Is not heart d:scnse at all, but caused by indigestion. Whatever the cause, there's JuiC one remedy that you can turn to knowing that it has given satisfaction for'ovcf 43 years. itu I'i GQCDM MEDICAL DISCOVERY x "JTfiJL PIERCE'S . dean, machinery ftr oil. ou --weak and faint. Nowadays yon '.can obtain Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis-'eovery Tablets, as well as the I.quid form from all medicine dealers, or tablets by mail, prepaid in $i or 50c size. Adrcss R. V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y. 1C08 PAGB ILLUSTRATED COS-MO- and stomach into vigorous lablood deansct and alterative that starts the liver red hlood which feeds the action. It thuvasslstslbabodyao manufacture rich heart nervesbrainnd orgaris of the Udy. The organs work smoothly like strong and strenuous instead of tired, running Heel DR. PIERCE'S GREAT ! ADVISER WILL BB SENT FREECLOTII BODND FOR 31 OSE-CEN- SENSE MEDICAL STAMPS. T -- wr 3 T- - n I SlJSi tJUial: l 3 T& ffll h nil ESlh bS3 Es I Here are several reasons why I trade at C C Davis' Drug Store: BECAUSE Quality considered, his price can't he beaten. BECAUSE There are uo delays ; customers receive prompt attention. BECAUSE-Thin- gs we get at Chas. 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. woj.th just tire rich matt's. as much at Charley's place-aBECAUSE There 'are no-- . leaks from his store: deal-i- s , strictly confidential. f. every BECAUSE Chas. C. Davis is never grouchy if you don't buy. -- v Friday night. The supprr was departed this made for purpose of donating life full of years He was born in the the proceeds to Mrs. Sarah Wuilen year of our'Lord i860 August 30; .who has beeu in poor health for departed this world September 12, some time, although she is teaching school when she is able. 'In 1913. He died at his home near Wood Stock, Ky. His remains former years have been a student were laid to rest in the old Skaggs of Mrs. Wallen and can recommend Creek burying gounds. He leavts her as bein one Rockcastle's best his dear wife aud five children, teachers, and we read in the Bible besides two sisters aud one brother where the cheerful give! is liberally Mrs. A. Q. Payne and Mrs. A. rewarded, so we thiuk it the duty Renner of this place and Dr. D. B. of all that are able to help Mrs. Southard of Stanford, and his deal Wallen, we all understand that she step mother and a host of relatives is a young widow of thirty or thirty five years of age. and has five small and friends to mourn his death children to support. Married Sep On September 12, 19I3, our brother aged, 52 years and 13 days tember 24th, Mr. Stokes, aged was called from this earth to dwell nineteen to Miss Stella Blackburn aged seventeen. Mr. Stokes is among the Saints. the younger son of John Stokes, He was too good for this world of Miss Blackburn, is the charming care, daughter of Rev. Blackburn. The God took him home His gloriesl writer extends to this young couple its best wishes. to share, While we miss you and mourn your loss, you have gone to a heaven Tho ly sphere, Oli! our hearts were troubled so; When we knew that you must go; But knowing that our loss was ,heaven!s gain; Ycu in our memory will ever remain. You were taken on the Sabbath morn, God's bright home in heaven to adorn, God for you, we know has done best, When he called you home to eternal rest. Free from sorrow, pain and care; Oh! we know our dear brother, is The makers of "Star IN MKMORY In memory of mv brother, home of Charles Bethurum lat FLOODS DO iSE?-- . RSOTifl friAB SKtW ti.'wj" '- - VAST DAMAGE IN '" i1 "Hm HV 11 11 1 IS I J S If 1 11 1 THE RIO GRANDE TOWN DANGER. VALLEY-LOUISI- ANA lATkfu1 IN 32VKK 2ffR RS? BE-PS For Infants and Children. A- - Number of Towns" Are Wholly or Partly Inundated Cotton Is Ruined. ittoww KS' bvm N3J, "ii1""l 5 AT.rntrrlr Tier. ....1.. g The Kind You Have Always Bought n. Aige(al)cntparalionfons-similatfn- Western Newspaper Union News Service Austin, Texas. Reports received from various points along the Gulf coast, from the Sabine river on the east to the Rio Grande on the south, mote than 700 miles tell of destruction wrought by unprecedented floods. Rain is still falling and rivers and aw r. r ;:w"" ia-- H Z "Jz is ificFoctfanaRcgub. tipuit. uiuuiuuutUUUAIW5!l J3s,os r 'i Bears the Signature ,i 'f nfrfph'-- n fTv"-- ! npQC nnrl Rpct Pnnf.ifnc tioihrr Gpium.Morphir.2 norMiusraL ! Prnnnl??; JV . smaller streams are higher than ever known before. Vast stretches of farm lands are under water. A number of towns have Lccn wholly or partly un undated. Among the places that have suffered losses from flood are Orange, Brownsville and a number of smaller ilaccs. The inundation in the lower alley of the Rio Grande has caused leavy losses to sugar cane planters ind cihers. For more than 100 miles ilonthat river on both the Mexican ind America., sides, the water ha. ipreid cut over a wide scope of vallej and washing away many homes, par icuiirly of the poor classes and de Jtro.tins the growing crops. The ric ?rop cf Upper Gn'f coast territory U iadl damaged by overflow and exctc ive rains. It has been raining all day all ove: 5out:i :.nd Central Texas and the Col .rado, Brazos and other rivers are rap r dly reaching mark alon' heir upper courses. The unpicked ottcn is being ruined. - :u' Mi Si! KOTJ(ARCOTIL EW'ofOlJJJcSS'ZELKZEm. jibLSana-- r - Ktl".. m w ?Z4 JlxfJta&st- Jlirtx&f - jtictSirl JMc!USs JjiCarisacxsi: lira iita- CtariEtdSai,T' 1 l I I - ia2" Em" PCHfc-";r yxtsjicatltrzr. Qmrrt-nmjr- n1' ' &Ti!rftftRpmpilvrnrCmisRsa'VYorras.CottN'uisious.revensuness andLoss OF SLEEP. T-. .tt. 4lr. IIUll,vui niarriioai ! wtuiiiUMH"";-- r$ THC CCNTAUPt ft i''r S3o"Sa tU ,31 h,. rjcSimilc Signature of mc is'-ai1 Ioe Gentauh Compaxs; NEW YORK. for ver jThirty Years y COMPANY. NCtf TOR CITY. 'n Use lasc?? T TZ- BwStTGuaranteed. uncicrihe Foodarl Exact Copy of Wrapper, Nothing. Like high-wate- OLUNTARY PRISONER REBUKED Auburn, N. Y. Thomas Mott Os borne, who as chairman of the state committee on prison reform is in Au burn prison under the alias "Ton Brown" to study the prison system a. first hand, was disciplined on two oc ensigns and may be disciplined before he leaves the institution. He "looked back" in the mess hall and was cautioned, and later, while marching witl his company, the broom-shogang, got out of line in. the r exercise tour in the prison yard, and agalr was rebuked. p half-hou- Leather ail-leath- pmminmminminiiiint!!!!!!!! mmimummmmiUiii Try Him. Phone SO. there; to dwell, For He cioeth all things right and well, And in His book these comforting Up in heaven with the Saints Brand" shoes guarantee that their shoes are that it is good leather, and that the shoe, whatever the price, is "Better" than any other for the money. Just so '' Better Shoes for the j'Monev-.And that is fair, isn't it all one can ask? You don't expect to get as good a shoe for $2.00 as lor 4.00, for instance, but you want 100 cents in value for the dollar. Certainly so,-i-u Shoes or Clothes,rval.ue received every time That's our idea of " merchandising. It seems popular, seems to be all right judging from the way in which uur trade is increas ing. If you don't know us. sup posed you come in and get acquainted. We have;,been waiting to see you for, a; long time. Doa't iyaitr for an iu- ' troduction, but, come. We can Shoe" the whole .family. "We stand by what you buy-- ' 7 " f- tg- - BRHDN It DpKET CD. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND 3 j; ; words ar given. Written by his.sistef. .Liza. EUBAL3IEIES Jane Renner. - AUTO PLUNGES OVER CLIFF. g z Mt. Vernon, Ky, COUCH METALIC CASKETS HOPEWELL- A Check on The Mt. Vernon Bank s a check on your payments? .;"VYheri it comes tack money to you it is an indisputable receipt Payment by check is a check on. spending, too. You think twice before drawing a check. And the second thought often results iu your not drawing it at all. Open an account and you'll save in spite of yourself. for-yo- ur f HB BANK OP MT. VBRNONr MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, W. L. RICHARDS, President, A. B. FURNISH, Cashier. Miss Lillie Pitman spent Wednesday with Mrs. Eugene Stokes. Clara Carmical of this place spent Saturday with her daughter Mrs. Steve Carpenter, at Mt Vernon. Mrs. Willis Kirby visited her uncle George Moxley in Laurel county last vveek. Rev. Carmical filled his regular appoint8 ment at Flat Lick, Saturday and Sunday.--MrBessie Bethurum is numbered with the sick. Mrs. Cynthia Niceley spent several days with her son James, last week. While out playing with'his elder brother, Arthur rtllev'three ;y ear old son of Mr. Wm. Kirby, g6t bit by a large copper rjieag snake.;one aay last week, biit,he is not thought to L be serious and the little fellow' is getting along very nicely. Wl ile working at the, rock quarry a few days ago, Jas was badly burned.T-Rev.Clou- se filled his reen- jlar appointment at Mt. Pisgah Saturday and Sunday. There was 'an old time box supper at the s. ! Elkins, "W. Va. Plunging over a steep cliff 110 feet high, J. S. Swisher, a lumber operaror, was killed; his wife probably fatally injured and othei members of the party hurt in an auto mobile accident 'near Huntersville Pocahontas county. Coffinsand Robes. a S Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of SZZ work for the company. Orders by wire promptly rilled. Hearse sent to all points Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building GEORGE OWENS, lanager KJ CINCINNATI Corn MARKETS W PHONE il2 2" ?iiiiaiuiUiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii)iiiiiiK f3oc$3e9g3oc5gacr white No. 74 7474c, 73M;c, No. 2 mixed 7474c, 73c, white ear yellow 76c, mixed 73c, No. 740, 3 2 & Hay No. 1 timothy $20.7521, standard timothy ?19.7520, No. 2 timothy $18.7519, No. 3 timothv ?16.5017, No. 1 clover mixed $17? 17.50, No. 2 clover mixed $14.5015, No. 1 clover ?1515.50, No. 2 clover $1313.50. Oats No. 2 white 44145c, standard 4444c, No. 3 white 4344c, 71f 7376c, yellow ear 7; 7375c. No. 5 No. 4 white 72& yellow No. 3 No. 4 yellow 72 mixed No. 3 No. 4 mixed white 7475c, 7475c. 7475c, :c SADDLES f rup-leath- ers Padded Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir--' at a reasonable price 43c, mixed No. 4 white sssssSSs The Home of Good Shoes -- t Iff IffC' 1 . ordinary firsts 22o, seconds 17c. Poultry Springers, over 1 lb, 15c; 1 lb and under, 17c; old roosters. 10c; hens, over 4i,lbs, 15c; light, 4 lbs and under, 14c; ducks, under 3 lbs, lie; spring ducks, 3 lbs and over, lie; white, 4 lbs and over, lie; turkeys, lbs and over, 19c; old toms 19c, young 18c. 8 red 9798c, No. 3 red 9496c, No. 4 red 7493c. Eggs Prime firsts 28c, firsts 2Gct 4142c. Wheat No. 2 No. 3 4243c, mixed No. 4243c, 2 mixed 43 No. 4 K Mens Saddles, newt $4,00 and up T trnn.j... JlS QJJl jauica uctuuicb, new, p j.uu ana up Old Main btreet back of Court House. ! Vpc&zdjlyrstec r WT. DAVIS zcynyi ttTl . i&-- rt nftti Z '.t .V UNDERTAKES Our line of: Couch Caskets js unexcelled Coffinsfurnished Hearse, sent to all parts of Hand-mad- e Remington find them th c Ion met tnooting- - black powder .shells. Thm Cub Cattle Shippers $7.25 (Q8, extra $8.10; butcher steers, extra $7.60 f.85, good to choice ?6.507.50, com non to fair $4.506.25; heifers, extra '6.75(g7, good to choice $66.G5, com-noto fair 4.505.75; cows, extra G.10ti.50, good to choice $5.506, :ommon to fair $3.255.25; canners n IB M WmLWKK. You Need a Tonic the County J34.25. Bulls Eologna $5.50 6.50, extra 6.606.70, fat bulls $G.256.75. Calves Extra ?1111.25, fair to .rood $811, common and large $5 10.50. All orders' by Wire PromptlyFilled W. A. COX, Phone 94-- S 1 MT. VERNON, KY ' ' m bmimmA x&'Kt&iii wimm c&m 21 .ssSP ri s-u- j& q r SHOT SHELLS i yONAS McKENZI E S EL L 1 Km ni MlfHWii in mwwwmm HI ill ((rri. e in onen ,vvitn a r , rr jmiCKname Y I heavy sheep ?3.50g4. . Lambs Extra $7.107.15, good to choice $6.507, common to fair $5 6.25, yearlings $3.505.50. $1.75(8)3.40, , Selected heavy $S.859. good packers and butchers $9 1.05, mixed packers $8.909j- stags ?4.257.25, common to choice heavy 'at sows ?4.508, extra $8.10, light shippers $8(6S.85r pigs (110 lbs and less3 $47.50. Sheep Extra light $4.104.15, good to choice $3.504, common to fair Hogs to choice - There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places, when that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back, to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past "half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking II ffi; S HI ! I miiiiB' I S'elz Shoes i hmh. IT" W seasoned gunners have nick-namecl-bublack TDbwder loads. Togo around the country and hear them talk about "The Old Reliable r 01 i 1 enow onens reeis as good as a cheery greetingaAd-- slap; on the back. 11 11 1 a REbproad of the fact that CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before 1 began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui todayl "Sold by all dealers. ANSWERING RING OF BELL. Los Angeles, Cal. Rising from the to answer the doorbell, e Frank Ivy, a real estate dealer,, was shot and probably fatally wounded by his first wife in the presence ufhls second wife a,ndJRefr two babies. After firing two bullets Into her divorced., husband's body, - Mrs. Ivy "up dropped the. .revolver the revolver and fired at the woman as she ran down;: the street, the bulleu striking her in the leg. She is now ' In Jail. . breakfast-tabl- -- t : kk ROYAL BUE" .r r-- New Club Shells are really the premier black powder .shells' tif this country Standard for over 50 years. Ivy-picke- Has Helped Thousands. BC f- a jbc JBl. The No. 2 Primer gives a snappy ignition surer and quicker than you usually find in black powder shells. the speediest you can get are the Remington-UMsteel lined Arrow andtNitro Club. The steel Ulhlng grips putting the full drive of the explosion behind your shot charged i rifle or shotgunget , For retulu in your shooting, -C he--powder, In smokeless powder shells "1 t Kr:---VT & . ar x r k .1 bS v mm WsT mxiJfW:MMm&m ,' Remington-UM- C JMjMaik .i "Tfifjasmmunity. n every box. BBi ammunition with the Red Ball Ask the livest dealer ia thia He carries them. VERNON .'ESuA'ii cam- - f ic-kz. ' IMvavnJRcE''J'LJ', Km L2ffil ji 29Breidw, Rcminkto nMmmj nion. Metallic Gartridge Co. I1W1. i 3 ao? y a u V' NerYikkri i tH w- MARVELOUS ESCAPE. "Mj little boy bad a' marvelous escape," writes P. F. Bastiams'bf Prince Albert, Cape, of Good' Hope, .'ltoccured in. the middle se" of the; night. He gpt As v0re attack of croup; have it. T had a large hottle' of Chamberlain's Cough. Remedv fii;the,housh, After following the directions for an hour Andutweniy minute'? he was thrntiirh ail danger." Sold, by all dealers. A : -lack-woul' ' "WE USE" H. V7 jl Ifff CKAS. C. STOLL T 61 DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And don't have to grease but once a vteek. Mtfc m XMtKky by ML CS. LmictM, Ky. v, t.ti P,v rs,, - i ' Jl