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'''' JT A if sLri'rfi fa M at f 1887 s 'j ' Published Every Friday iii BEB iBStfwnw gattgiffttnEfli v Illfiifll WPfltlitf wlUfillJI w4wPw 1 jf- - wr ,. , ."' v. - - - Y v x J illlitSlI iwllll(f4 t x Established ,., v w VOLUME XXVII. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE mill. COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1913. NUMBER 2 for hi saw Robins was in Mt. Walter Vernon Sunday betweentraius. week buying repair Ben Pike was at home for a few days last week from Mimonville, where heis working for Lyons s0fs ii(J Roods E? JE; hi" ' Vs. & m&iii ceeoecoeee9wooofooee9o day, uncle Ben' Yadon accompan-m- g to the wife of him. Born Frank Brooks a few days ago, a baby girl. C. C. Howell was with home lolks Sunday. AV. H. Barnes is working for the Kentucky Portland Cement ,& Lime Co. at Pine Hill this week, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Karris are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby boy. Mrs. J. R. CasS was the guest of her'daughter, Mrs.- - L. B. Hilton, iu Stanford last week. H. V. Berry and little daughter, Ethel st Mar, of San Antonia, Texas, were :.:::: ii; the guests of J. R. Cass last Friday. They left for Stanford the same afternoon to visit Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hilton, Mr. Cass ac990ooet)eooeo. companied them . Mrs. ti. L. iii::!::?:?:??!!::" Smith was with her sister, Mrs. aa Andy Hiait, at Stanford Saturday and Sunday, who is in ill health, and under treatment of Dr J . G. Carpenter of that place. 8tM a Mrs. William Frederick Hanna, of Nagoles Arizona, formerly Miss Ethel Cherry Hilton, of this place, ! ae9eaaaaMBaaa9e3aac8aaaaa8aaaaaaaaaSaaSSSaSSaSSS2SSS2S:SZS:: aaaaaeaaaaaa- is the happy mother of a girl baby christened Francis Elizabeth. .Mrs. Sarah Cherry died at her home near heie last Friday, at il: p. m. of pneumonia. Her remains were laid to rest in the Baptist church cemetery Sunday after, :.: noon, after short services by the Rev. Richie of the Methodist church. She was a devout member of the Baptist churcn and a noble woman, and though dead yet liveth. She is survived by hnr husband John T. Cherry and i3Vone son and two daughters, J. Thomas Cherry, of Crab Orchard aud Mrs. GraraviUe- -- Owens- and" H Lumber Co. He returned Mon- X They Al1 '. ca., 'kYou ......t,afT.;??'aaaai.aaa :::::::::::: m DAIFDJC s IJIIII!!?' ""' a a a a a a PARTMENT STORE can get it at IBaker s" Dry Goods, Notions, Ladies and Gents' Furnishings, Clothing and Shoes 4 vJ .1 - - i rf mm S a?LTCTL.aDS P'4tfi00ompttnie(lv;imfiofe Dr.' HIF " iBrf,T5fSy- - Mmmf BPs? and Mrs. W. F. Carter were the gues; of If. Liles Carter in Tellico Plains, Tenn., from Mon, day until Thursday. phi doctor Mtr j 't took in tlie Knovillo exposition wljile there. Mr. John T. Cherry is very low with pneumonia. Dr, iiiiiiyii M Gravley is attending him, and reports s condition. improving. Mrs. W. T-- Tharp, qf Winston, Estill county, was visiting Mr and Mis. A. M. Hiatt during the week. George Brumette bought ccs u a a farm from Mrs. James, Jp.hnsou, on Negro Creel?, thjs week for 1,000. Mrs. Pmersp,n Rice, of Livingston, and J- - Jt Painter, of Lebanon Junction, were with their father, Cfeorge E. Painter, during the week, who has bean very ill, but is slowly improving, and we hope will soon be himself again. Rockcastle's clothes are' guaranteed to us and E- - P. Brumett sold hjs farm on Cheapest Prices Negro Creek tq Q. , S. E. Biggest Store makers. this we "add our personal guar- Chandler for '1,250. Lee Chandyou the Exlasting shape, fast color, and satisfactory wear, ler, .who Is employed by is with SOME MORE some localities where settlements the opening of county roads, lead antee of all-wo- ol, press Company at Corbin bad been made earlier the settler ing to the various County Seats for square deal? home folks this weeic. Mr. and had raisea a yoke of steers, which which usually were branches from, Mrs. Maurice Proctor are visiting ABOUT ROADS with the two wheeled ox-cathis State road-n- ot always. The-plarelatives in the Quail section this made it passible for him to hald a was to make a survey of the-roaweek. H. H. Reynolds solcl his load of corn to some "Tavern" on to be opened whereupon the honse and lot to Clarenre Shafer the the State road to. feed hog County court made an order and tbis week for $475 nd bought a, In the previous article, we told droves. Of course he had to chop an allotment of hands, adjacent to ' house and twelve acres of land about the 'Wilderness Turnpike the logs that lay across his path, same, to cut out a county road. from Harve Bowman, neftr Hiatt, Road," constructed at State exto make room for. his wheels, and from to . This was called for $650, Jqhn B. Pike was here pense, one branch of which leads do some m0" orr f.u digging on steep hill the Militia system, requiring fr from Lebanon Junction, Wednes-dayt off from Main Street, M t. Vernon, sids to keep his cart from up- males, subject to military duty bewith bis parents, Rev. and Ky, at Wm. Cox's residence. tween, the age of sixteen and setting. & Crajg Mrs Francis Bordes spent a few last week, Brown BRODHEAi). Mrs. A. J. Pike. The Rev. A. J. No. estimate oould be made of The people who had settled on forty five. days with her brother, Willie shipped a car- of cattle from this Pike is assisting in .a series of the thousands of tons of merchanthe rich Cumberland river bot There have been several amendin Mt. Vernon, last week. week. I. R. Storm is at meetings at Cottonbnrg. place last Dr. W. E. Gravely was in Pine W. J. dise that has passed over this and ville, Monday on business. The Tilden Frith left Sunday lor an his old home in Laurel for ubout Brown was here from Walnut the Big Hill hranoh of the "Old toms and tributary streams had ments, and modifications to this estate left by the late D. Francisco extended visit In Tennessee and ten days. Mrs. Monie Dunn was Grove, Wednesday, Mrs Ellen State Road" iu the "goodold Ante- - to provide something better than law, to which this generation the A covered wagon for the magnificent sys: of Cimarron, Kansas, was worth Alabama. Aunt Judith Chesnut the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mahaffeyl who is,.noY with her sis- Bellura days." with a .wonderful 'shaped, iron tem of county roads we so much is spending a few days with rela-- . Frith the first of the week. Mrs., Wo promised to say. somethtbg $270,000 instead of 27,000 as we ter, Mrs. R. K, Hajtnrfl, is very low Daisy Hunt, teves in Crab Orchard. Miss Belle Henderson, of Paint &lGki is and not expected, to he but a of the system under which "county stropt schooner shaped body (the prize and enjoy. l.ad it last- week. and sons, Walter and Lewis, of Mattie Owens attended the with her ,daijghter, Mrs. Ej. B. short tirfle. A full account of the roada" were opened, and how wagon body) Was employed for We have not spaco for a dehauliug goods from Louisville, scription of what w believe will wedding qt Mt. Ver- Newland this week Mrs,. Mary School Crab Orchard, were here between Owens-Dai- ly Fair will be given next kept in repair. trains Tuesday- - Mrs. Orville D. non Wednesday. E. B. Newland Albright,. ft dashing young widow weeki .The Four Bullock & Co.'s There were no roads to speak Lexington or Frankfort to the be the plan ultimately adopted for Samnson. of Indianapolis, Ind , is resigned as pumper for L, &N. of this place was in Urab Orchard show was here Monday and Tues of in some sections of the state mountain stores. These teams the construction of national highR ft. Co. at this place, and ac- Monday. Mrs. Walter Robins prior to the adoption of the con- - ters secured from two to four ypke ways. We say, will be, ,wkh the with her mother, Mrs. M. E. stitution of I850. In vast sec- of steers to hitch on to his wagon, utmost confidence for what the Miss Clyde Watson was cepted a positionat Telhco Plains, returned home Tuesday after tions: no wagons were used or then with a supply of bacon, corn, Ipeople want and are willing to the guest of her sister, Mrs. F. L. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. John Evans spending several day with her ' ECZEMA AND ITCHING meal, coffee pot, and frying paa he pay the price if they can have Louisville.Tuesday, parents in Mt. Vernon. W. P. needed: Durham, in Mt. Vernon Saturday returned from CURED ' ,T,he articles of commerce were would start for market to. get a from a macadamized county road and Sunday. Miss Minnie HiattJ where Mrs. Evans had an opera- Rigsby was in Pine Hill between soothing,, healing- medica- venison hams, deer skins, dressed loadof goods, carrying his bed- rendered fit for travel with a on her eyes, which trains Tuesday. J. H. Francisco The is visiting relatives in Wildie this tion performed is said to have been very success- of IiaFollette, Tenn., was with his tion in,Dr. Hobson's Bczema Qint-- . or undressed, like Bridget served ding, and, barter in his wagon :' steam roller" to an week. Miss Nannie Baileyi and meht penetrates every tiny pore of the tomatoes, ginseng and chesty bod.y, It, wasn't aV'fast freight," canal. In another article we pro brother, Andrew, were up from ful. J. W. Tate's saw milt caught father, F. Francisco, last week. the skin, clear it of all impurities These Avere carried, t$J for the patient driver with, a, long pose to describe how we believe s Crab Orchard Sunday. Frank fire last Thursday night, which Mrs. Ed Bell, of Liberty, was the stops itching instantly. "Dr. Hob-son- nuts. over bridle" whip ahd a "wojfcaw Buck, Gee gcodiroads will be possible for? Eczema Ointment is guaran- market on hors'e-bac- k "Brooks was here from Harkiu dur- resulted in $150.00 damage. The guest of Mrs. Brack Durham the what you doih Mike? 'We-UsVCwjeek. Mrs. A. 11. Hiatt entire plant would have been de "6rst of the week. Mrs. M. E. teed to speedily heal eczema, paths, across wkich mynerou's Berry" ing the rashes, ringworm, tetter and other fallen: tres of,'lai:ge size lay. ovfec tius wonderful Would" was visiting in Wildie, Saturday stroyed hadit not been discovered Francisco returned to her honiein UBsigtitly eruptions. Eczema IjOuis- - Cimarron, Kansas, the first. of the Mrs. R. H. Hicks was.in Frequently the, enterprising aad Suaday. Mrs. James M. Ointmentis a doctor's orescription, lier sister,- - week. O. W. Turpen was in Mt. .not atfexperimenf. All (frnfegists merchant would have, to make.a .jjootfe. tjfvjiettfcn in a few weeks. t. yille last yoek' w,ith Owens spent Saturday aad IhrigoGuodertthsjiew constitu- Vewwathe guest of Mrs. J. E.Evaos. Steve "Whi" Viirnon on business Monday. J; or by nuul" s&e.; Pfeitter Chemi- ttetour arQuiid a fallen mooftrci, ' Adtms moved. his family to BertaJ. Tate "was , in' LouiavUle"'. this cal Co., PhUadelphia andSt.Looi. hiB pony cottld not . croflft. la tioVtlfeeJtfigKre provided for Mr.aad Mrs 'George Owens. -- Hardware, Oueensware, Tin and Enamelware, Groceries and Pr visions . Furniture, Stoves and Ranees, "0 Doors and Windows ':(''. Salt, Roofing and Implements Doubly Guaranteed Clothes $25 THE BEST BY TEST CLOTHCRAFT $J0 a to MountVernons To U.G.BAKER rt How's that ' SUTTO rJtZ&SL n M Br" E - d mMmX9W?gm Mc-Be- e, ox-car- t. - Wil-mot- t. s. day-evening- - inter-oceani- -- c 's , o.' Smi-jdayiuM- 1 Cliildren4 Cry -- - - 5 , t' ,. vv i 'i , nMttii-?.- . fa it. ...& 'm mK&T.QMVi J -V 1 work' than the and does ATTORNFY-AT-LAwhole push put "together. He is Friday, Oct. 10, 19 13 always busy and does up the work DURABLE. SIMON PURE. HONEST. MT. VERNON. KY. to the satisfaction of all concerned OFFICE. - On 2nd. floor OUR FACTORY-TO-USE- R Published every Friday by and he always has a pleasant word The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Churc PRICES EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. for you no matter how busy he is street. Special attention given LOOK! Livingston Second Time. In to collections. $I.OO our Livingston notes of its busiPhone No. 80. YEAR UBSCRIPTION ONE SILVER SEAL 5 Gallons ness and professional men we failed BARN AND ROOF PAINTS. jBbl. (25 gals.) on in our rush, to mention some of Advertising rates made known Eight Colors. Thoroughly Reliable. Barrel lofs (50 gals.) the other live ones. W. H. Cottin application RELIABLE ROOF PAINTS. gim, L. & N. caal inspector, whose BROWN and GREEN Per Gal. BLACK job keeps him on the go. Drs 40c 5 to 10 Gallons 5 to 10 Gallons MEMBER OF 35c Yz Bbl. (25 gals.) Bbl. (25 gals.) KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Webb, Joyuer and Amyx ably MT. VERNON SIGNAL but him. He is busy more all the time 'C. Williams, SILVER SEALPAINTS Save You. 50 STOP! LISTEN! to-1- 0 SkTSiSSS Per Gal. 75c 65c 60c THIHK OF IT THIS - . Per Gal 50c 45c 40c represent the medical fraternity, Henry Browning looks after the mechanical depaitment of L. & M. Livingston. A visi on Tues day last showed this bustiing town was not only still on the map but was as. wide awake as ever and everyone of its citizens are live boosters for their town and Boone Way. Nearest the iiver, not far from the bridge is located Ed Owens' pop, mineral water and X - . - lunch stand. "C, C. Cromer's store is next up the street; the proprieTo the citizens, of Rockcast!e interested in cross ties and Laurel counties: tor is slso and Lumber. J. T. Elliott is the Dear Friends: My intention, butcher man and furnishes meats, was to start an early campaign, etc., for the town. J. A. Inman and visit every house, and give a has a tonsorial parlor next door. talk in every school house in the Dr. Amyx's drug store follows in two counties, but was prevented line on up street where he can pre doing so, by nve cases of typhoid scribe and furnish medicines for fever in my family, ever since first the ailing. J. F. Jones handles week in July up to the present the razor and shears next door in time, which caused me to stay at the removal of overgrown whisk home during the time of sickness. ers and hair. J. M. Four, the best I want to state through the papers humored blind man anywhere, con- thati am going to make the short ducts a soda fountain and icecream time count for what it is worth, parlor, some doors farther up the and will take great pleasure in disstreet T. J. Pennington's general cussing my ideas and platform, store comes next in line, next door what I believe and know is right, to post office where the veteran G. to the splendid voters of the two D. Cook has charge of Uncle Sam's counties. My principals as I mail matter, which 1 e has handled steud, are Progressive in every for some years. J. A. Oliver's way. I believe in better congeneral store follows next adjacent ditions of the working class of to Masonic building, where he car- people, restriction of corporations, ries a large stock. Mart Hix does old age labor pensions, regulations business in the original, or about in railway passengers and freight the first storehouse built in Liv- tarriffs rate?, common sense maningston where Champ Mullinssold agement of our financial state and goods for many years, next to the county affairs, instead of a politiMullins' Hotel building at north cal party purpose. Initiative, end of town. The R. M. K3 Flour referendum and recall are three of Co., genial W. K. Krueger in the most needed issues for the charge, John Clark, clerk, are on present time and improvement of east side of street toward north end our schools. I believe in a man of town. A large stock is also car having back bone enough, when he Tied by this firm. Further south votes a ticket and lectures for its on this street is the big establish- success, to comply with our presment of E. L. Cockrell with Tom ent primary election laws and run Jones, clerk. L, H. Davis' large under the same device, he supstore comes next with Dock Calla- ported at the last regular national way yielding the yard stick and election. The Eight balancing scales. Dear voters, let us be careful in Gables Hotel and restaurant, W. selecting our officers this vear and G. Niceley is the clever proprietor, elect men of honor, soberness, updoing a good business. The court rightness, integrity, qualification house and jail is just south of this and ability, party issues are all in hotel, where Judge Witt attends to vain, unless we can secure the the cases of offenders agin' the law. right man "to stand behind the things gun. Livingston has and is a live, progressive town and Humbly ask every voter to conimprovements are being made all sider my claim as candidate for The Juniors have Representative of the 70th District, the time. bought a lot and are preparing to and your support will be highly hall for lodge and appreciated and if elected, I will build a two-storpurposes. The telephone do my best in servi ag this district other exchange is located above Dr." for the betterment of our conAmyx's drug store and is in charge ditions in every way, and I trust of Miss Lucinda Hellard, assisted no one will regret casting his vote by operator Miss Mary Seaborn in for this humble servaut. the duties of answering calls " THOS. J MORY, Marshal Hellard extended the London, Ky. courtesies of the town to ye writer CHRONIC DYSPEPSIA while there. Over at the dispatch er's office we found clever Peter The following unsolicited testishould certainly be ,suf Drummond in charge, while R. J. monial to ficient give hope and courage to Lemmonds, chief dispatcher is persons afflicted with chronic away on visit to Paris, Teun., his dyspepsia: "I havebeen a chronic Dispatchers Preston, dyspeptic for years, and of-a- ll the old home. .Falinnd Neighbors were there, medicine I have taken, Chamberlain's Tablets have done it being about "trick" changing good than anything else, " me more says W. time. Samms, night dispatcher, G. Mattison, No. 7 Shermon St., his ear on Hornellsville, N. Y. For sale by . was at home "pounding a pillow." Down stairs we found all dealers. the old veteran operator, J. B. Boone Way "Plug". R. S. Donnelly, who has slung lightning Martin, the Brodhead tobacco from the Atlantic to the Pacific manufacturer, who nas made during many years past. He loves several popular brands for many horses and knows a good one .when years past has just put on the he sees it. John W. Mullins, se- market a new one named "Boone cond trick man, "down stairs," Way Plug," which is pronounced showed up, for work at changing by experts to be a most excellent time. Agent Blanf ord, who is also chew. Mr. Martin donated a box operator, was at oHttothe Boone Way Booster a the ticket case and looking after Band at ,tb is place. The tobacco passengers. O. D. Bryant, a Mt was place din C. C. Davis's drug sold aud proceeds to be Vernea boy, is at freight depot storeinto beBands postage. Cbew-er- s put the where he has a telegraph instruare requested to call and se ment and telephone connection to cure a plug ot his new and soon every old place to keep him com- to be popular brand of the. weed. pany while he is not busy rusning THEY MAKE YOU FEEL GOOD his Oliver typewriter which he has The pleasant purgative effect weighted down with a key" of rail- produced by Chamberlain's Tabroad spikes and a box of pole bolts lets and the healthy condition of to steady the machine, sofrapid is body and mind which they create his speed in writing at least 'that make one feel joyful. For sale hy i k what be told the writer. Last, all dealers. Hot least, by a lone shot- - is up-to-da- te at the town by the river side. Mah-leLow Prices on Varnishes, Varnish Stains, Wagon Paints, Carriage Paints, Enamels, Summers is night owl in the Polishes, Glass and General Supplies. for Free Color Cards and Useful Information about Paints. Tell us WRITE yards. Joe Dickerson furnishes Mount Vernon Monumental will save you money and guarantee you satisfaction. your needs and-wthe ice to overcome high conditions of the atmosphere. We ,had been MFG. CO. KENTUCKY led bv remarks from watch-inspeIncorporated. tor. Franklin that the bunch at the of ami station were "highbinders" and ana when we told him of our reception Granite Monuments of all FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles there he remarkt, ''Oh, they are kinds. and Eyeglasses for' $1.50 Conover & Estimates furnished Silvei- - and Aluminum and up. Gold, & Frames. Lar- & on their good behavior now They on application. gest selection in town. Eyes tested will break out in a fresh place soon MT. VERNON, KY, Free. Years of experience. GFO OWENS Propr. and old Nick himself cant head Fron tRooms over Baker's Store C. Pone. 112 'em off." Phone 49-e TO-DA- Y c Barrellots (50 gals.) ; SILVER SEAL Mixed Paint best house paints made. Basis: Pure Lead and Zinc and Pure Linseed Oil. Cost you 25$ less, cover 25 more space. Guaranteed to last twice as long as ordinary paint. Ask for our Special Prices to yon. Stains, Etc Silo Paints, Cement Paints, Floor Paints, Flat Barrellots (50 gala.) 30c Paints,-Shingl- Your income will never be large enough to buy everything you want and have something left to save. The more yon earn, the more you pend. The sooner you begin to curtail expenses and save, the sooner you will have an interest income to help meet expenses. BANK WITH US PAINT SSfiTfS: Manufacturers FOUND! PH Dentist PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. COX J. MOORE BROS. STORE i&ycmyQ3e3& .--A. J" tv -- xLi .r. J. IB Si M Sparks & Brown, of London, Ky, are closing out the $5 000 stock of General Merchandise of MITCHELL .B ;. "J1 .. --- . . 1 'i This stock is one year old all new, clean and up-to-d- ate PINE HILL, KY. Not a single article in the house that is as much as In this line you will find dry goods, notions, groceries, flour, meal, lard, hardware, men's, women's and children's shoes The greatest bargain sale ever offered to the people of this community Several thousand yards of American Prints Calico and Amoskag Apron and Dress Ginghams' must be dosed out at a sacrifice, Calico, per yard 4c 5-7a- UNDERWEAR Ginghams, " . C y 9C to $3.11 Shoes, per pair," O'Bryan Overalls 95c Good Outing, per yd 6c Machine Thread, per spool 2c The winter season will soon be here and for 19c to 38c you can get just what you want in underwear. Ladies' and Misses' Union Suits. s Coffee on hand will be sold On Opening Day the stock of Arbuck-le'at II cts per pound as long as it lasts. Men's Suits at $3.98 and $4,98, Men's Odd Pants at a great reduction. Children's Rear Skin Coat's Doors now closed and will WHEN ' $1.98 remain closed until opening sale. day, long-time-ag- o MONDAY, OCT. THE BIG SALE 20 BEGINS Parties living on railroad line within distance of 1 0 miles their fare will be refunded on purchase of $ J 000 snd a distance of 1 5 miles fare will be refunded on purchase of $ J 5 x. - LOOK FOR THE GREEN FRONT . 'Will Owems. the janitor, with bt dut-itfiteov- fk to stagger any one else OASTIORIA 1 Children Cry'. FLETCHER'S FOR "-.- Mitchell oid stand Pine Hill, Ky. Doors Operi at,8 a,m., Monday, October 20, ' 9Z. SPARKS & BROWN.. A M - V t, - ' z r MT. VERNON SIGNAL MT.VERftO'N &Y. ,Oct.lo , .,?? Lazy men are just as uselss as dead ones, and take up more room. 1913 Work on third storv of the Rockcastle is progressing nicely. Co. --will complete W. J. Sparks their railroad grading contract of seven miles, near Lewisburg, Teun.; within next sixty days. To the Voters of The Town of They will have their wcrk finished Mt. Vernon : some months in advance of other This is4o announce to you that contractors, owing to good man- having decided to make the race LouisviLLcA, Nashville R. R. Co. agement. for the office of Police Judge, I J. Fish & Son received a pack- most earnestly ask your support, TIME TABLE. 4.59 p m age of seven pounds by 'Parcel and if elected I promise lo give 22 uortn.... Parkersburg. W. Va., everj'one a square deal at all times. 24 nortti 3:53 a m Post from Very respectfully, week. The postage there23 south ,11:38 a n first of J. C. Moore. 21 South ,12:19a m on was eleven cents. The same by express would have packnge T. B. Reams, a son ot Uncle Jas. Landrum, Agent. cost sixty cents. Quite a differHarrison Reams, of the Orlando Phone No. 8. ence. Section and one of the county's Entered at the Mt Veruon, Ky. Postoffice Attention. There will be a most ' upright citizens, died last mail matter. as etcond-cias- s meeting of, the Commercial "Club Friday after an illness of several next Tuesday night, Oct. 4th, 7 weeks of typhoid fever. "The dePERSONAL p. m. at their club rooms, Peoples ceased leaves besides his wife and L H. Davis, Esq was up from Bank. All rnembei's are requested five small children, an aged father to be present. Boone Way and and mother and several brothers Livingston Monday on business. Funeral services Master Buck Durham lias been other important matters will come and sisters. were conducted at Maple Grove up for action. very sick for the past week. church by the Rev. Huey Pouder, U. G. Baker, Pres. Beans Collier was here from after which the burial took place -Crab Orchard, Sunday between Jas. Maret, Sec'y. with the honors of the Masonic tr ins. D. C. Poynter, recorder for the order. C. R. Luker, Republican candi- local lodge of Maccabees, delivered One of the prettiest of fall weddate fo Representative, is in the last week to Mrs. Joseph Harkins county this week. and Miss Forest Baker, daughters dings took place Thursday aftera R. C. Mashal sold his interest of the late Geoige W. Baker, a noon at 6 o'clock wheu Miss was married to the Watson in barbershop to Cas Cox and has draft for $1,000, to cover the insur Rev. William Buchannan Byers., of Miss Ola DeBord spent Saturday gone to West Virginia. ance carried by Mr. Baker. The The home of the brides and Sunday with homefolks here, Mr. and Mrs M. C. Williams Maccabees have paid more insur- Hyden. O. J. Mullins has bpen very sick Watson, was are here from Somerset. They ance in this county than any other mother Mrs. Howe company or beneficial society that bea'ifully decorated with Killarney for; a few daj s. MrTand Mrs. W. will return home tomorrow. roses. The Rev. Robert 'Christy, H. Brown speut Sunday with their Miss Sadie Richards was home has ever operated in the comity. an uncle ot the bride, of Pittsburgh daughter Mrs. O L. Hatcher from Saturday until Monday from "A Road of Romance. 'The Pa. . officiated. A large gathering Dr. VIcWilliams was over from first section of a historical story of of relatives and friends attended Woodstock E. K. S. N. School. Richmond. Tuesday. Little P. H. Shutts was intosvn yester- Boone's trail and the Old Wilder the wedding. Miss Lucy Chip, Woodrow Mullins is with his day and told us that he would leave ness Road vill be publisht in next pianist Miss Rachael Settle, violha-ist- j grandparents, Mr. aud Mrs.B. F. for Ohio to look out a loca- issue of Signal and finlsht in played tbew.eddiug march and Vanhook at Ocala, fOr a lew days. following issue. This is an in- Carl Michel, of Harlan, sang bo tion. Emmit Hasty of the blue grass Charlie Mullins, the popular gro- tensely interesting narative and fore the entrance of the bridal section, has pnrchased the farm of cery drummer, after a long and everyone should be sure to read it. party. Misses Mary. fcwigert the Brown heirs and,will move his serious attack of typhoid is able to It was written by Geo. V. Steep, Hendrick, of this city; Miss family here within a- few days. of Indianapolis, the noted war be out again. Muriel Rogers, of New York City; We are glad to have them in our correspondent whojs now engaged Saliie McEwan, of Pittsburgh, midst. Miss Bessie DeBord was I. A. Bowman, the Daniel Boone of Jackson county, was oer in the work with Tames Maret in Pa.,; Jessie Momoe, of Providence, the guest pf her jjiste. Clara, whp Wednesday to see his son, County the promotion of Boone Way. R. I ; aud Martha Rodes Carter, of is teaching near Mullins Station, Clerk, S. P. Bowman. Go To It. If yon can't own Versailles, were ribbon bearers, last Saturday and Sunday. Other it. Th's leading the bridal procession and Catron of Stanford w,s jterQ ast Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McBee the town, don't relife is what we make it; so is this forming the aisle thru which the week on business. Mr. Jas. Bullave moved to the property cently vacated hy Mr and Mrs. G. town. In some respects this town-i- bridal party passed. The bride's lock has been very sick for the not perfect: are you? What this sisteix. M4SCharlttG Watson? past week with lagrippe, his little T. Johnson on Gentry Ave. towu needs isn' t but was maid of honor and entered grandson Claud, is also, very siek. Charlie Parsons and Jim CotTey, fault-fixer.This town will never alone. Following her came the Miss Cora Eldridge and Henry of the Wildie section, have returngrowoq money sent to some other flower bearers, little Miss Mary Reynold? were up from Pulaski, ed from a two weeks visit to their uncle John H. Parsons at Temple, town. The country is growing fn Barr Clay and Master Watson Friday to attend the teachers population; is this town keeping Clay, of Pittsburgh, Pa. A telegram was reTexas. up? The man who begins to plan bride was given in mar- ceived here Tuesday from. Tucsou, The Mrs. Sarah Rickels, after spendfor this town will soon be calling riage by her brother, the Key. Arizona, stating that E. B. Thomping the summer with her son, " This town had to George Watson, of Mt. Vernon, son was very sick and that he and James Rickels and daughter, Mrs. it "my town W. T. Davis, has returned to her be started by somebody; it has got and the R?v. Byer,s was attended his brother Clay will start for home to be kept going by somebody else. by Clinton D. Bowman of Wash- at once, Tne twin babv boys of borne in Cincinnati. This town doesn't need boc sting ington College, Tenn. The blide Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas that The writer was in Harrodshurg, any more than any other town, wore a gown of white eharmeuse were borped Sunday, only lived a Monday, when the will of the late but it needs it just as much. The with trirnmtug&of Medici lace and J. L. Joplin was probated. His pioneers with William North pearls with a court train. A point short while, thev were buried Monday. Dr. H. H. Isaacs was entire estate was left to the Henderson in 1810, thought this lace veil, which had been worn over from Bee Lick Friday. Mrs. unmarried daughter, Miss Ella was a good place for a town; let's many years ago in the Watson Chas. Riddl" will leave this week Joplin. iu Mo., he has make it a poor place for knockers. family, with a wreath of orange to join her been there two weeks. They will Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miller, Miss Baker-Fis- h: A pretty home blossoms, was worn, and she car- probably locate there. Julia Fish. Mr. F. L. Thompson, ried a boquet of roses and lillies Jr., and ye editor and family at- wedding was solemnized at the resi- of the valley. The gown worn by WOMEN WHO GET DIZZY wedding at dence ot the bride's parents, Atty. tended the Baker-Fis- h the maid of honor was of pink Every women who is troubled Mr. and and Mrs. G. G. Brock, London, crepe London, Wednesday. de cbeine with triniuiiogs of with fainting and dizzy spells, Mrs. Miller and Miss Fish, went Ky., Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 lace and clusters of flowers, and backache, headache, weakness, The contracting parties debility, constipatior .or kidney from London ito Knjxville to p. m. were Miss Ethel Baker, of that Jarge boquet was of pink roses. troubles should use" Electric Bitupend a few days. city and Mr. Will H. Fish, one of The ribbon bearers, were robed in ters. They give relief when nothMt. Vernon's most successful and white mull with sashes of pink, and ing else will, improve the health, LOCAL progressive young business men. the frock of the little flower girl adding strength and vigor Irom the first dose. Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Rev. Walter Brock, pastor of the was of lace with pink trimmings, Avoca, La., Chew Boone Way "Plug." jays: ''Four doctors y Filth St. Baptist church. Lexing Immediately following the had given me up and my children Born to the wife of Charlie Mc . ton, and an uncle of the bride, a reception was held and and all my friends were looking Hargue on the 4th a girl, Mrs. Watson was assisted in the for me to die, when my son insisted was the officiating clergyman, Rockcastle Hotel has been who tied the nuptial knot, pro- duties of riceiving by Mrs. Frauk tLat 1 use Electric Bitters. I did to "Hotel Boone Way." nouncing the ceremony which Clay and Mr. Clay, of Pittsburgh, so, and thty have done me a world 5oc. Pa. Refreshments were served, of good." Just try them. Born to the wile of Edgar Live-sa- y united the lives of these estimable and $l.oo at all druggist or by and at the bridal table besides the mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philaon last Saturday, a fine girl. young people. The wedding was a quiet one, witnessed only by bridal party were seated Ensigu delphia or St. Louis. John Williams has contract and immediate relatives of the bride Henry T. Settle and Messrs Knox is erecting the telephone exchange and groom and a few intimate and Joseph Brown, of Taylors vi lie. COLLI! building on Williams St. friends. Promptly at the appoint- The RevN Mr. Byers and Mrs The two year old child of Mr. ed hour, Miss Betty Maris in her Byers left later in the evening for aid Mrs. William Sowder died most charming manner sang, Hyden, where they will go to PASSENGER AND FREIGHT COME Tuesday. At first the trouble was "Since God Gives me you.'' fol housekeeping. Mauy guests from TOGETHER ON SINGLE TRACK diptheria, which was followed by lowed by the wedding march out of town were in attendance, AT WARREN, OHIO. other complications. played by Mrs. Chas. Chandler, among them being Mrs. R. Burn and Miss Madge Burnham, of Ye writer is under obligation to an aunt of the bride, the young ham Richmond; Mrs. J. W. Brown, Wreckage Caught Fire and Many of his good friends Rev. Geo. S. couple took their places beneath a the Victims , Were Rescued- - " Rob-insoWatson for a set of Columbian very pretty floral arch where the Misses Rose McCord,, Susan Under Difficulty. and Lila Byers,of Mt. Verpostage Stamps issued in 1892 in minister with an impressive; yet non; Mrs. John B. honor of 400th anniversary of simple and exceedingly pretty ring Miss Anna Barr, of McFerron and Western .Newspaper Union News Service. Louisville; the America's discovery and the ceremony made them husband and Rev. Hugh Leight and Mrs. Leignt Warren, O. Seven persons were sewife. The bride was becomingly of Covington; Waller Bennett, of riously injured wherf Erie Passenger worlds Exposition at Chicago. Train 21, bound for Cleveland, crashattired in a handsome traveling Richmond; Miss Irene Voight, of ed Into a freight train east of the stay. marriage Qwen-DailThe suit and with the b'ridal roses jLouisvine, ana , the Kev. Robert tion in this city. The wreckage caught pf Mr. Henry Dajly and Miss looked the very queen that her Christie and Mrs. Christie of fire and many of the injured were resfcjary was solemnized Ovyens Pittsburgh: Frankfort Co: res cued with difficulty. There Is only a life has characterized her to be. pondent single track on the Erie through South "Wednesday at the home of the Courier Journal. The groom wore the conventional, street in Warren. The. freight train brides parents. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. was leaving this section of track whei A MARVELOUS ESCAPE black. After congratulations nice The Qwens on West Main St. the express approached in the oppo-U- ? refreshments were served. At "My little boy had a marvelous direction. The double traclq Rey. M. G. Fish was the officating i 3.45 the happy couple amid show- escape," writes P. F. BastiamS of merges into the single pn a curve and clergyman. The wedding was a Erince .Albert, Cape , of Go;d It was here that the colHs!on.,occurred. qjji6t home affair, witnegsQd only ers of rice and wellwishes for 'their Hope. ".It occured in the middle by'the relatives and a few friends. future happiness and prosperity, THE ADVANTAGE He got a very seFor the present they will make boarded the fast train for Cincin- vere attack of croup. As luck First '.little girl:. "Your papa their home with Mr. Daily's par- nati and other" northern points to would have it, I had a laree bottle go to hourekeeping spend a few days of their honey- of Chamberlain's Cougb Remedy and youc mama are notyour real ents and later The Signal exto themselves. in tne nousn. Atter following tha parents. They only adopted you." tends congratulations 'a id very moon and after October 20th. will directions for an hour and twenty- Second little girl: "All the better. best wishes to this "splendid young Jbeathome to their friends, on mmmes ne was through all Mv parents pickt me out; yours i West Main St. Mt, Vernon Ky. couple. danger." Sold by all dealers. had to take ydu'as'you'came.'' e t. Re-becc- 79 up No. 79" wnea wan to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 CLUB NOTES. The regular meeting of the Woman's Club will be held at the Dormitory on Saturday afternoon (Oct lith), at 2:30 o'clock, instead of Frida'y. The Home Economic Department wilL-havcharge and all members of the Club are invited. " x n hi .im-ii&a- i air imilli ,, - riiMim -- im r w - '' fcjBBfc "fe-S- ..MAIDEN RIDGE NURSERY THE DOUGH Located at Conway, Rockcastle county. Save half your money direct from the by ordering "I have a fine line of all Mt. Vernon Attorney nursery. Finances kinds of nursery stock at very Mountain Railway On Pure stock, reasonable prices. Visit to New York. true to name.and adapted to your county. Send for pricelist or Washington, Oct. 4. ''Final arcome to nursery. G. D. Smith, rangements were made in New Richmond, Ky. York yesterday lor financing the Oct. lo-4." of- a twenty-eight-milSvvann Hats are good enuf for a building King to wear. All the new Fall railroad between Flast Bernstadt, iu Laurel county, and McKee, styles and colors at Fish's. Jackson county, and construction of the road will start in thirty LETEL UltEEN. days," said C. 0.. Williams, a "On last Friday was teachers as- prominent attorney of Mt. Versociation at Level Green school non, who arrived here y from house and it was largely attended New York. The purpose of Mr and all had a very nice time, Williams' visit to the Metropolis severai of the teachers were pres- was to put the finishing touches ent, the Union choir did some on the deal. splendid singing, also had some The new railroad will be called fine instrumental music, lots of the Rockcastle River railway. It dinner and a good tiraein general. will be financed by the Bond Lum-de- r As a rule those associations are Company, of Pennsylvania, failures but we feel that this one and fbe Bond Fojey LHmbel" was an exception. W. P. Burnett New York, interests which of Somerset was here Tuesday. own 26,000 acres of virgin forest Mr. and Mrs. D. R.. Gentry were land in JackgQn county. down from Quail Sunday and Mr Williams called on Senator spent the dav with Mrs. J. N. James and Representative Harvey Brown. Vic Price was in Stan- Helm to dav. ford Sunday and Monday, Mrs, Jas. Vanbook and children were in London a few days last week- .- ETS , ?'.-- . x Wf.rmimltmW i .i-j- l. M.n iwi afflrrA'STOKSr. :, " 'in ' vi .: . . - , :f x . . ,; ' Hi-"- " . V fWoieik&Oenin'' ..11 - '?3&3(l -. -- w, L. . ul J "ksrxBi .X r. X rmty t fiat l s&p. lsKj ii,, IVV I ' 'rtY - e .' Si- -- 1 Sk Just study this f illustration and you'll to-da- rj 'zWl'M " t & ..,... 4.L- - 1 e C is so comfortable. The crotch :s fciittsd entirelv closed like a pair of drawers. The scat opening is away to one tils and runs down into onclcs cocsnctcormectwith tho opening down the front. No binding, no raw edges to chafe. No drawing or an 1 5 "A ! , V!'.". - ' - :1 ? - r" 'i.'A .4 i x. jS3 g fi I Com-paDy,- K53k $SggJl I5i25&ss3' L, of support and w.jpfcfc comfort to jhe v?arcr. Tr- -t ercio, No buttons in uives complilc :' J:.m mriZ'Zf i RffilPSsil'. 'i-.'J to the Klosed a gr;..te.-- conve.-ii-enc-e wiuiaut est.-- cost. Tim patented rJonsuItisimitat.-dro ccrnc hero e ,d be atre of Setting the ! and CAT. S.:-'- i , E - "' --"9' - - $1 ,00 AND DP s rjmSscu SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY to-da- y ALL AROUND THE BUSY CORNER - ANNOUNCEMENT NEW AND LEADING dis-ow- n Nat b. sewell OF LAUREL COUNTY PINE.HiLL'S STORE UP-TO-DAT- E .. Is now ready to offer you the grandest bargains ever.ot'lj s Candidate for Representative Jeredjinny,.sdre. -- ...- ' fault-finder- s, s. ' Let us help elect this man on Shoes Shoes Dry Goods Nov. 4th. He can help us in the The pi ices is now below the Tlie bottom has fell out on next legislature. adv rock bottom price. Men's these goods and thoy must A GENTLE AND EFFECTIVF shoes going now at $1.95 ? make room for my new fall . o-- LAXATIVE Groceries A mild, gentle and effective laxa full line at prices far Men's and Boy's Pants ative is what people demand when below como'-titio: suffering from constipation. ThousI have a good line of them! 3 cans Salmon ands swear by Dr. King's New Men's good Corduroy for 25c . Pants 1.75 8 cans 3 lb. krout Life Pills. Hvgh Tallman. of for 25c worth $2.50 San Autonio, Tex. writes: "They 3 cans 3 lb. pie peaches for 25c Boy's Pants going now at 49c Eh fact everything at rock' botare, beyond question, the best worth 75c. tom prices. pills mv wife and I have ever If you fail to visit my store Best Patent Flour 70c per sack. taken." They never cause pain. certainly will miss bargains. you Second Pat Piour O5C per stick. Price 25c. at druggists, or by mail Best Overalls 85c Corn Meal 21 lb. sack for 45c. H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. pay the highest market prices for Eggs at all times. I "Watch this space later on. n regular price $2.50 line. ". I carry ..... O ASTO R A 1 Children Dry FLETCHER'S FOR W. L. Overbay, South PINE HILL . THE glgggg WAY -r we take care of that suit pf yours cere-jnon- yT;.";,y fO .. I n . As can be see from the, illustration, each suit is carefully draped on an individual hanger and suspended from the re- valving device; thus retaining all the shape pland and workt into them b'y the designer and cntter. -- THEY PREFER OURS A- ' ! We installed the modern way of handling our' clothing, we take all this caae of it, becausejwe sell clothing that is worthy of every bit of it; because .it is YOUR clothing. ; :.; . . No Wonder, Simple as A B C Ours Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style ; ' It's about as difficult to describo.these new elothes as to, write about the prettiest girl at a Leap Year Party. You've got to see h'er with your own eye. Maybe you'll like her if you don't there are others- - So, if, one suit 'doesn't pleaseyou, we've another. It's a question of taste. Prices ? Thatlies with you. The better the clothes-yo- n buy, t ' : Come, and See "WcStandbyWhatYouBuy .- I -i '.'.-Je: the longer they last and the better they look while you're wearing them. But' everyone prefers ours. Theyare best. v - KEVU&j&m3& l - TheJ1ome Of Good Clothes LIVINGSTON, KY; l. cockbell t, r " -- X. - " Xt - t . . - T"? TWFA ;lMMpl 3fg?3B!r v . -- ."Wrf: . jPMrf .' & tf&TT? i ". T? ". t CO-OPERATI- ON 'SLOOP IS THICKER THAR WATER" ' buying of the i raay'forexmPle. undertake th used by its THE PECULIAR WORLD This is "a peculiar world. One for iusMce and is strueelinjr another is fleeing from it. One man is saving to build a house, another is trying to sell his for less One than cosl to get rid of it man is spending all the money he can make in taking a 'girl 10 the theatre and sending her flowers with the hope of making her his wife, while his neighbor is spending what gold he prossesses in getting a divorce. One man es capes all diseases tnat flesh is heir to and gets killed on the railroad. Another escapes" with a scratch and dies with the whooping cough. One man stands off his creditors and gees traveling, while another pays his debts and stays at home. Exchange. DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CORED by local applications, as thev cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is en tirely closed. Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases of ten aie caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflammed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dol Jars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that caunot be bured by Hall s Catarrh Cure. Send tor circulars, free F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio Sold by Druggit, 75c. Take Halis Family Pills for constipation. AVOID 352- -; A seeds Without good --wl blood a man has a weak heart and poor nerves. ThinnessIs of the blood, or anaemia. Is cornmon in young folks as well as old. Especially it tec case with those who work in illy ventilated factories or those who are shut up Indoors In winter time with a coal stove bumina up the oxygen or emitting carbonic (oxide) gas. This blood, or blood which lacks the red blood corpuscles, breathed into fresh in anaemic people may have been caused by lack of good peopleairsuffer intense lungs, or by poor diRcstion or dyspepsia. Sometimes pain over the heart which is not heart disease at all, but caused by indigestion. Whatever the cause, there's Just one remedy that you can turn to knowing that it has given satisfaction for over 40 years. GOLDEN MEDICAL "DISCOVERY is a blood cleansci and alterative that starts fie liver and stomach into vigorous action. It thus assists the body to manufacture rich red blood which feeds the heart nerves brain and organs of the body. The organs work smoothly like machinery runninq in oil. You feci dean, strong and strenuous instead of tired, weak and faint. Nowadays you can obtain Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Tablets, as well as the liquid form from all medicine dealers, or tablets by mall, prepaid in $1 or 50c size. Adrcss R. V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y. DR. PIERCE'S GREAT 1008 PAGE ILLUSTRATED COMMON SENSE MEDICAL STAMPS. T ADVISER WILL BE SENT TREE, CLOTH DODND FOR 31 ONE-CEN- I I members, looking into their Washington, Oct. 1. President purity and germinative qualities Finley, of thr Southern Railway ' and insuring the production of Company, referring to the the same varieties by all members interest being manifested in co-- of the organization, operation in agricultural commun- :The managements of the ities in the Southeast, said: Southern Railway Company and "The subject of co operation, in its Associated Companies, in mainall of its many possible applica taining a corps of Market Agents tions, is one that is attracting for the nuroose of brinsrlner pro- world-widattention at the m traversed ent time. The extent to which by their lines into relations with the co perative principle has al- buyers, have recognized the value ready been developed is illus- of The work done trated by the fact that the session by these Agents is, in itself, enof the International tirely co operative. They are Alliance in Glasgow, Scotland, familiar with the plans of organiduring the month of August were zation and methods of operation attended by six hundred delegates of successful selling representing over twenty million organizations and are ready at all members of one hundred and timss to give information to pro thirty thousand ducers who may wish to organize to-da- y 1 For Infants and Children. 0 . - sKr3i:i 1111 - X H m h m m e the-territo- ry TffJQ IfflflTJ iSS rrs ,UU.;?. CDfc The Kind You Have Always Bought ilLCOilOf. .1 PRR nv.Kf j Aige(aWePreparalionror,ls-similatiiuiteFocdanu'ReguIa.-tingUieSioniadBariBow&- JflVfl il.l..JkJJikJJlL!'M'i" ta.a PromofcsDfeestionfleerful- Bears the Signature of nps? nnrl Rcstrnnti'n1; jOpitna-Morphin- e npiiltf r norMiueraL P2i KtfflM wm I.T HOTJN ARC OTIC. EiapeofOUIkh'TELPnCEm JbAtieSdi- s- Here are several reasons why I trade at C C Davis Drug Store: BECAUSE Quality considered, his price can't be beaten. BECAUSE There are no delays ; customers receive prompt attention . BECAUSE-Thin- gs we get at Chas. C. Davis' Store are all right. BECAUSE-Thi- ngs that go wrong bought at " Chink's" place will be made right. BECAUSE The poor man's dollar is worth just as much at Charley's place as the rich man's. BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store ; every deal is strictly confidential . BECAUSE Chas. C. Davis is never grouchy if you don't buy. societies in twenty-fou- r countries and in opening the Congress, as its Honorary President. Lord Grey, the British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, spoke of it as endeavoring to create an international monwealth. cooperative associations for the marketing of agricultural and horticultural products. "One of the fields in which cooperation among producers has been most effective is in the handcom- ling of dairy products, eggs, and creampoultry thru eries Tbere are now in the Southeastern States some highly w 1 w Jhrana ClmHed JuCczicnGsSiz In luuLbjienlinzf. Sffr ff.l-- Aperfect Remedy for Ccnsflpa-tio, Sour Stoinach.DlarrIm Worras.CoitvulsioiisJcvEnsIi- - Use For Over MBHE. nessarulLoss OF SLEEP-racSirm- le c229 "Hi -- Signature of Try Him. Phone S9. WtTimI i an mv r A Check on The Wit. Vernon Bank s a check on your payments. When it comes back to you it is an indisputable receipt for your money Payment by check is a check on spending, too. You think twice before drawing a check. And the second thought often results in your not drawing it at all. Open an account and you'll save in spite of yourself. THB BANK OF MT. VERNON MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, W. L. RICHARDS, President, A. B. FURNISH, Cashier. lJSjSSSSS? ? iw I f ,: undertakes: Hand-mad- e Our line of" Couch Caskets is unexcelled Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of . he County vflflPlPIifls AH smm 94-- S orders by Wire Promptly Filled Wjf11 Phone ?" W. A. COX,! MT. VERNON, KY JONAS McKENZIE Selz Shoes THE SELLS "ROYAL B UE" A. 1 !' F you need a good pair of shoes it is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy JONAS McKENZTE ' 'A MT. VERNON, KY. a v - SOLD and GUARANTEED members. "The activities of a By selling agency may also, tx some instances, be extended to matters connected with production, it MT! VERNON, K,Y. co-ober- as well as in ot-e- r localitie. Such failures may usually be attributed to one of two causes. Either they hive been established n advance of the assurance of a sfficienr supply of cream to insure their profitable operation or they have had inefficient management. It is fundamentally essential to to the success of a co operative creamery that it shall be able to rely upon an ample and regular supply of cream and tnat it shall ing. have capable management. Until "One of the most important ad- these two things can be assured vantages of market- it will be better for the farmers of ing is that it is practicable for an any community to sell their cream association combining the re or to convert it into butter on sources of a considerable number their farms. of producers to obtain much more " The importance of efficient detailed and reliable information management in enteras to conditions at different mar prises of all kinds can not be too ket points than can generally be strongly insisted upon. The suc obtained by any single individual. cess of such an organization can This tends to prevent the over- not be assured by a number of stocking of one or more markets farmers getting together and while others may be left with in- simply agreeing to adequate supplies which is one of along certain lines The manthe greatest difficulties encount agement must be placed in the ered in independent marketing. hands of a reliable man, either a "For the accomplishment of member ot the association or an the best results in the distribution employee, who has business caof products among markets it is pacity and who will insist upon important that a large number of conducting its operations strictly producers shall unite in a single in accordance with business prin association or that there shall be ciples and keeping its accounts effective co operation between a with as much accuracy and care number of local associations. as those of a manufacturing or "Another matter, the import- commercial corporation. By givance of which can not be overesti- ing proper attention to these immated is that a portant matters and bj studying marketing organization which ex- carefully the methods by which ercises effective control over the success has been achieved by grading and packing of products others I believe that the farmers can build up a valuable reputation of many localities in the Southfor the producers of its locality. east will find it advantageous to When buyers learn that the grade organize associaand packing of any particular as tions." sociation may be relied upon abTHE FAMILY COUGH solutely, its goods are sought out and its name or trade-mar- k hp. MEDICINE comes an asset of value to each In every home there should be member of the association. a bottle of Dr King's New DisAnother advantage is that, hand covery, ready for immediate use ling a larger volume of busines, when any member of the family the association may find it profit- contrats a cold or s cough. Prompt use will stop the spread of sickable to devote more attention, ness. S. A.Stid, of Mason, Mich., not only to securing general mar- writes: "My whole family deket information, but also to look- pends upon Dr. King's New Dising into the comparative advan- cover as the best cough and cold tages of dealing with different medicine in the world Two 50c. bottles cured pneumonia." buyers in the same market than Thousands of me of families have other can be done by individual pro- been equally benfitted and depend ducers. Its larger volume of entirely upon Dr. King's New business also tends to increase Discovery to en re their coughs, competition among buyers for its colds, throat and 'lung troubles: Every helps . Price, 50c. and products and enables it, in many $1.00. ' dose All druggists. H. E. instances, to ship ia carload Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. quantities. Louis. I 'A most important matter in connection with the profitable growing of perishable fruits and vegetables is the provision o'f some effective means to take care of the culls and of all, surplus production that the marker will not absorb in a fresh state. This mav be dnn- by the establishment of canneries evaporating plants, and plants for the manufacture of cider and vinegar. The marketing association may very properly interest itself in securinethe establishment of plants of this J icma to take care of the culls' and the surplus' production of its which co operation has been carried on successfully and that to which I believe special attention may well be given by Southeastern farmers is the organization of selling associations. Such associations may be made particularly useful in the handling of fruits and vegetables, the profitable production of which is dependent in large measures upon successful markety ve In Denmark, Ireland, and other European countries, and to some extent in the United States. it has been demonstrated .hat there is a wide tield for the suc cessful developementof co opera tive associations in agricultural communities. 'While there are other lines in M.vcC" CO'W .. Kei . successful organizations of this kind, as an exampln of which I may cite the Catavba Creamery at Hickory, North Carolina There have been failures of co- TiIE CENTAUR COMPAHS; friEW 1UK1V. Thirty Years 9 UW2 S5c-- inr kjS232ff luarantccd. under theVootM N m a 1 5 operative creameries in theSouth-eis- t Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMC CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CfTY. pfflininiinimmimmnmnm! mnuummmnimiiiiu I A,. VERNDM DpKET CD. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND ly to the occurrence of capilla y bronchitis and pneumonia uSc cough medicine that contain codine morphine, heroin and other seda-whe- n you have a cough or cold. An expectorant Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is what in needed. That cleans out the culture beds or breeding places for the germs of pneumonia and other germ diseases. That is why pneumonia never results frQma.c.o!dwhen Chamberlain's Cough Remedyis used. It has a world wide repu-tio- n for its cures. It contains no morphine or other sedative. For sale by all dealers. SEDATIVE COUGH MEDICINES If you want to contribute direc S E3IJJAL3IEHS Mt. Vernon, Ky, Licened Em ualmer will have charge of that line of work for the company. gr Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to ail points : E COUCH METAL1C CASKETS Coffinsand Robes. 1 s S 3 s 1 Vernon Monumental Building GEORGE OWENS. Manager PHONE 112 3 iiiuiiiuiiiiiaiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiuiiiiiiiuuK CINCINNATI MARKETS 7373M;C, No. 4 71(JI72c, No. 2 mixed No. 3 mixed 72y& 73c, No. 4 mixed white ear 7376c, yellow ear 73g76c, mixed 73 7373c. No. 72c, No. 2 yellow white Corn No. 2 white 7373c, 73c, yellow 7374c, 4 No. 3 white 71 No. 3 yellow SADDLES rup-leath- ers 33a&tt 3$ym3&m& Padded, Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir- -' at a reasonable price 7072c, 75c. Hay No. 1 timothy $21, standard timothy $20, No. 2 timothy $19, No. 3 timothy $1717.50, No. 1 clover mixed $1717.50, No. 2 clover mixed $14.50 15, No. 1 clover $15.5016, No. 2 clover Oats ard Men's Saddles, new, $400 and up Ladies' Saddles, new, Old Main Street back of Court House. ?13.6014. No. 2 4344c, No. 3 white 42i.43c No. 4 white 4142c, No. 2 mixer 1343c, No. 3 mixed 4243c, No t mixed 4iy242iyAc. Wheat No. 2 red 9C97Vic, red 9496c, No. 4 red 7493c. Poultry 17c. No. sec-mil- white 44441ac, stand $500 and up :X33fcCb 3 Eggs Primes firsts 26V227c s .Irsts 25c, ordinary firsts 22c, Springers, over 1 lb, 14c; lb and under, 16c; old roostcrb 10c; hens, over 5 lbs, 15c; light,-- 5 lbi ind under, 13c; ducks, under 3 lbs tic, spring ducks, 3 lbs and over, lie; vhite, 4 lbs and over, lie; turkeys, I bs and over, 19c; old toms, 19c, younj 1 3Z33&& W T. DAVIS HUSBAND RESCUED t8c. Cattle Shippers $77.75, extr.i VT.85S; butcher steers, extra $7.30$ .'.75,, good to choice $G.357.40, com non to fair $4.506.25; heifers, extr; DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. I J6.757, good to choice, ?5.756.50 oramon to fair $4.505.60; cows, ex ra $66.25, good to choice $5.255.75 ommon to fair $3.255; canners $3(5 1.50. Bulls Bologna $5.25 6.10, extra 6.156.25, fat bulls $6.256.35. Calves Common and heavy dul ind lower. Extra $11, fair to gooi ?1.5010.75, common and large $4.50Q 10.50. Husband At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its Came to Rescue. Hogs Selected heavy $8.65S.5 sood to choice packers and butchen f8.708.75, good to choice packer. - :S.608.70, stags $47, extra 8)7.75, Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock extra $7.85, light shippers $7& 3.10, pigs (110 lbs and less) $36.60. Sheep Extra $4.25, good to choic $3.754.15, common to fair $1.753.50 Lambs Extra $7."25, good to choice $6.757.15, common to fair $56.50. ESTIMATED DAMAGE $3,000,000. Nome, Alaska. The tidal wave thai over thla city destroyed prac tlcally one halt or the city and wrecked more than 500 homes and business houses, causing a damage estimated Bwept sommoii to 'choice heavy fat sows $7.25 $4.2." "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up. in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what In my left side. writes as follows : The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will wmm- - ve at ?3,000,000. Fire spread through the stricken city after the wind and water had caused heavy 1obs and added to the suffering of the people and greatlj increased the monetary loss. So fai three persons are known to have per ished and thousands of people arc homeless. ment relieved me for a while, but I was mendiL Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: Outuaooza Alsiklne Co.. Ladles soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Special Instructions on your caie and book. that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treataent for Women." sent Ih plain wrapper. Horn je Ja "WE f jw y i DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE a - And don't have to grease . J. FISH - Tot Infants and Children. Tin Kind You Havi Always Bwgkt Bears the Signature of CASTORIA Stf LXSTTJlTTTZl . js- r- & SON ,. i-- but once a week. M rnflt. 't .. Ht m Kwtucky -- fcy CMS. C. ST0LL ML CO. LixftMf Ky. ; 0 j --- - ' -- iiifriw- "7 " iWBtlffliic -- '- - - $,& '? i v var sa&p 43issS! ? ZJ a &ammss r