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Mount Vernon signal: November 28, 1913 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913112801_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: November 28, 1913 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f&s$. r vk&? Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVII. aiiiir J" MT. VERNON, 1 vmuit .' vLyj ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER iml Tik NT Established 1887 NUMBER 9 28,, 1913. Mike Fanan, of Cincinnati, Ohio, is visiting relatives here. C. A. S. C. Franklin. L. & N. watch Blaaford, who has been quite sick for a few days, i slowly irnprov-inspector, was in town Tuesday. Tr W. T. Amyx has returned ing. J. E. Woodall, the hustling where he went to salesman of London, Ky.. was irom Lexing'-oEd with our merchants, Tuesday. attend a medical meeting, Quinn, of Pans, attended the Mrs. George Denham.of Etowah. funeral here, Wednesday. Well, Tenn , has returned home after a tomorrow is Thanksgiving and few days' visit with relatives here. Mrs. W. H. Mahaffey is sperid-inmost people are going to have a a few days with relatives in large time tu ;s for us we will Berea. Mrs. C. A. Blaiford and remain at our post of duty. daughter, Miss Ella Mae, are visMr?. Andrew Inabuidt, of iting relatives in Parksville and Ky., was with relatives here Joseph Stanley was L. L. Louisville. Saturday and Sundav. LIVINGSTON. n Pub-lic- k, Reynoldsafter enjoying a weeks' hunt in the Big Glades, has returned with all the game that he could carry, L. Q. Davis is on a haming trip near Berea. Mrs. W. H. Burton and daughter, Miss Ruth, of Danville, are visiting relatives here and at London Dr. R ii. Webb, is repairing the property that he purchased of the Bowman estate on Main street and will put up an office and drugstore combined. J. T. Omary was in Louisville, Tuesday, Mrs. J. H $rownjn.g is visiting relatives in Mrs. Fred Stanford., this week. Keighbors is spending a few days with relatives in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs, J, W. Sams and phjld.req returned from Pittsburg. T. B. Lair, of Rose Saturday. Hill, has returned home after a few days' visit with his daughter, Mrs. John Mullms. Att'y James Cook, of Somerset, Ky., is with his brother, G. D. Cook, of this place. Mrs. G. D. Cook and daughter, Miss Lyda, bava re DiEr: turned from Louisville Monday 24th, the lfttle $$& of Mr. and Mrg. Jtymett Qqinjaftc.? flnly.'a fe.w da,ys' ijlneis and. was, jaid" tp es Wrtlru-sdaeftm.- in y ilV theWwcl parents baye the t3$in.ittr. T"e sympathy of the mue eaminwn- tJoQla, Jajp.n, iQhinsan, wa.s ity-- London, Monday, on business. R. 0. Rives, of Cnthiana,"Ky , whs in our town Saturday. Mrs. hmng-- ground in, of our fathers according to his is traveling for Colgate & Co., of own dictation. New York, and hps made Lexiug- 3. We should be Tbankiul for ton his headquarters for some life, liberty and protection, and time. Lee Chandler of Corbin, and Mr. and Mrs. Chat,. Chandler freedom of speech. 4. We should be Thankful for ot Maretburg, were with relatives our nation, state, county and uear here during the week. C. town? and should lend whatever A. Wheeldon returned home from assistance we can to improve Twin Branch, W.jVa , last Saturday, where he has4 been for the every lleetmg moment. g 5. We should be Thankful for past several weeks. He will likethe universal spirit in which our ly return. Mrs. Mollie Durham people of our town are working, is spending the week with friends for the aevelopment of every line at this place, and attending the of business. revival services at the Christian G'. We should beQThankful for church. Frank Ward, assistant in Mt Vernon, Monday, on busi- the spirit of improvement' that is agent for the L. &. N. R. R. Co. ness. Mrs. Bill Cummins, of Mt. aglow in evsry breast, the greatest at J unction City, was with home-folk- s last Sunday'. Miss Sarah Vernon, is'vibiting relatives here of all attainments. 7. We should be Thankful for Belcher, daughter of Mr. and this week. the spirit ot improvement that has Mrs. J. J. Belcher, died Tuesday State of Ohio, city of Toledo ss been made in our churches, from pnumonia. She was just Lucas County blooming into womanhood, and schools and our citizenship. Frank J. Cnenej makes oath 8. And now here is hoping that only a few days ago we thought, that he is senior partner of the we all may see the time ere long had a promising future, but tbejde- firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, that all men of God will move to- - stroying scythe of time gently cut of one man to placeiour the brittle thread of life, and she County and State aforesaid, and gether-athat said firm will pt--y the sum of town -- and county on that high was launched into the great etern- One Hundred Dollars for each plain where tney of right belong. ity. The bereaved 'ones have the and every case of Catarrh that Yours, sympathy of the entire community. cannot be cured by the' use of C. C. Davis.. Miss Fan Peyton and Homer Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Cbesnut, of the Hiatt section, A CONSUMPTIVE COUGH Sworn to before me and subwere married at the residence of scribed in my presence, this 6th A cough that bothers you the Rev. M. G, Fish last Sunday day of December, A. D. 1886. is one of the danger sig- afternoon at 4: o'clock. Miss A. W. Gleason. (Seal) nals which warns of consumption. Peyton's parents moved to Hiatt Notary Pub.ic. Dr. Kiug's New Discovery stop Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in' the cough, loosen the chest, ban section a few months ago from ternally and acts directly upon the ish fever and let you sleep peace Paint Lick, and are highly respectblood and mucous surfaces of the fully. The first dose checks the ed citizens. Homer is the youngsystem. Send for testimonials, symptoms and gives prompt relief. er son of W. J. Chesnut, and is a free. Mrs. JV. F. Mertz, of Glen Ellyn. very promising young man. "We CO., Toledo, Iowa, writes: F J. CHENEY "Dr. King's New ioin their many friends in wish O. Sold by all Druggists, 70, Discovery cured a stubborn cough Take Hall's Family Ptfls for after six weeks' doctoring failed ing them happiness, and success constipation,. to help." Try it, as it will do the all thru life. Mrs. Pearl Procter same for you. Bent medicine for of .Wildie, is. the guest of her sister AfevY Whjjs IVU Vernon Peo- coughs.colds, throat and lung Mrs. Vula Revnolds this week. troubles. Money backif it fails.-Pric- e ple Should Be ThankfuB. All drug Miss Mable Roberts of Rowland, 50c an i $1.00. gists, by mail, H. E. Bnrklen & is with her sister, Mrs. Oscar . We should he Thankful that Co. Philadelphia orSt.Louis. Spoonamore this wee';. Mrs. we hav the- same God to direct Jasper Thompson, aud two sons, IS 110 DUE A. I). our every step, that piloted Moses of Oiawfordsvillf, Ind., stopped iw. long iourpoy iwiil Ejiyjpj to L0has Winkler wh0;e head. with Mr and Mrs. J. M. Owens the land of promise. quarters are Danvilejs'wistii lit? firahort time last Friday while 2. We should1 be Thinkful for momp- father, J. H. .Winkler, this we3k:.P tbeic .way this land of freedom--, where each John K. "i?5vans has ir.nvpd hi son s mother at Level Greeii. and everyonccan worship theGod j LeXingion. Mr. Evans They reached there just one bour s con-tinnually -- WE CAN SAVE FOR YOU Jl5to50on your purchases We have been doing it lor the past twenty years for more than a thousand people throughout Rockcastle. What we have been doing for others we can do for vou. OUR TRADE HAS DOUBLED- Since we bought and put on sale the Bankrupt Stock of A Spiegel & Co This Stock consisted of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks, Suits, Men's Hats and Caps, Men's, Boys, Ladies' and Children's Sweaters Overcoats, Raincoats, Notions, &c, &c, &c, which we are selling 50 per cent lower than the same can be sold for in the regular way. We do not handle goods that are made solely for the purpose to sell cheap. We sell high grade goods at cheap goods prices Our spot cash works wonders when it comes to buying goods' We Underbuy. to think we could not afford to do it. We Undersell. Don't let our low prices lead yon Our spot cash does the work. We offer none but good dependable Merchandise. - Do You Need -- Dry Goods, Notions Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Caps Queens-war- e s. fay Shoes, Clocks, Jewelry, Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Enamelware Tinware Salt, Stoves, Ranges, Furniture, Carpets, Druggets. American Fence, Barb or Smooth Wire or ANY thing else you can think of ? If you want what you want when you want it DEPARTMENT STORE CO Come to Baker's 0 C3 GO w J w CO H O u 3 D s 5 toss O OS b4 H z "Mount Vernon CO U. G. Baker OS CD 7T CD S cs z a2 fl Z "J H en en (9 e o en en en CO cn CD s o fi) 0) - O cd" Buy of Us and Save I r D SI --t- 3 15 to 50 O. S? 3 CD after her mother died. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boyd, of Corbin, were with relatives near here during the week. Walter Smith and Herbert Bell, of Crab Orchard, were in town several times during the week. Things are beginning to look a little serious, although two girls m this place are all smiles. Mr and Mrs. F. L. Durxf- iham, of Mt. Vernon, spent Thanks giving with her parents, Mr. and Watson. Union Mrs. J. F. Thanksgiving services were held at the Christian church Thursday. Revival services are in progress at the Christian church conducted by the Rev. C. A. Wan Winkle, ot Harlan, assisted oy the pastor. Rev. R. B. Baker, of Fariston. prepared for a big . Thanksgiving trade and Furnishings and come in and see us Geo. S. Durham, who is so" good shape gare; oi you in handling the'W. J. gaj ' suit or over Sparks & Co's., merchandise busi" Wfeaf- it wUl he Shirts, Neokties, Underwear, Gloves, Hosiery, or i Hat ? perhaps you're fthinking ness at Sparks Qarrv, was the '' peat, Then let us suggest Clothcraft Clothes . guest of J. F. .Watson Sundav. basket ball game A double-heade- r come around 67 times since the Clothcralt Makers first began tp specialize in good, ready-fo- r Thanksgiving Day has was pulled, off here Thursdap be' service clothes at medium prices. tween Pine Hill and Brodhead's Tailoring-give- s you boys and girls. Full report next The benefit is yours. Clothcraft Scientific As a result of this long and successful experience the Clothcraft' right in fit, style and shape.- - ior less than you week. clothes, manufacturers have reduced clothes making to a science. Expen.- vuuia. OBiiove you uuuiu kcu so iuuuu real clothes valuesfor - 'Qm . miu uc ' Uu sive. laborious operations nave oeensimpunBuui $1Q tQ S25 . . Thev re guaranteed too another good reason why you.ara as and original metnoas mat cut oiu wusie, aavo umt aUU n.UUvw safe in buying them as we aie ittUPg themj results. making, with as good or better LETEL tiKEEN. Messrs John and Marion Fields of Stanford, were here Tuesday and Wednesday the guests of Mr. G. E. Price, they were on their way home frojn Rockcastle river where they had been hunting. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lawrence and daughter Mary Elizabeth, of Mt. Vernon, are spending a few days with his brother," Dr. G. B. Law rence. M. B. Jones was in London first of the week. Mrs. J. L. Hasty has been sick for several days. Geo. Bray and Estel Price spent Thursday and Friday "with Dr. B.'. H. Isaacs at Bee Lick. Mrs. Laura Thompson and gon, Going Away Thanksgivin 2? We've WHETHER takf - you are pr not, it7s a good idea to r your, needs now in Clothing and oa . sue-cesslul- ly ' iciau ij all-wo- ol su TTON J & THE CLOTHCrAFJ STORE MCB:E CASTOR IA eySS. For I$Siv$! Kind STO Th faHiYi Always BmgM Bears the &!ma.tnre of 7fj&XEL Ind.. were week. of Crawfordsville, here during the illntbs and death of her mother Mrs. Elvira A NIGHT OF TERROR Eew nights are more teroible Thomas. The spelling match which was given at Rock Spring ths that of a mother looking on choking and gasping for last Friday night by their teacher Uer child breath during an attack of croup, Miss Sams, was very much, and nothing in the house to re by all present. C. E. Mul- lieve it. Many mothers have? lius the drummer, made his usual pasjed nights of terror in thk sit uation. A little forethought will1 trio through here last Wieek. enable you to avoid all this.. Miss, Ora, M. Brown was in Mt, Chamberlain's Cough "Remedy Vernon last Mondav. The series Is a certain cure for croup and has of meetings that was being con- never been known to tail. Keep-i- t at hand. For sale by all ducted at Ml. Pleasant, closed Monday evening. J L. Thompson and Bodel were in London a ea-ioye- giving with their relatives at Withers. Sallie and Hazel Price were the guests of their cousin Mabel Shutts Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Elvira Thomas after an illness of only a few days of pneumonia died at her ' home on the 2i. She was a good kind women and loved by all, she leaves, six daughters and two sons to mourn her loss. She was laid to rest beside her husband in the Poplar Grove cemetery. Mr. John Thomas, who has been very sick of pneumonia is slowly improving. R. B, Hatcher of Lebanon Jet., is spending ihe week Mollie with his mother, Mrs. Hatcher. Mrs, Joe Hasty and children visited hei parents near Hansford the latter part of the X and brother Hobert spent Thanks "1 i j CASTORIA rv Children Cry FQJLFLETOer$, - 0."- - if '.! 1 It ! mtfMlJl .W mendation . a dozen s general com MT. VERNON SIGNAL ently and there is When Seore-- t ofit. Friday, Nov. 28, 19 13 I tary Tumulty had met r mm ROAR Left-Win- RAGING UA 1 f- - more friends, political .or personal STYLt AV " the other night he explained that he had really dropped in, ho jinj to see Senator Hughes, of his own State, and regretted that the Sena$I.OO tor was uot to be found. TheTi YBA.R DESCRIPTION ONE muliy association with Hughrs in been close on Jersey politics has Advertising rates made known since the days of the Hughes serapplication vice in the House and ,they have continued very much interested MEMBER OF in stiffening up the regular DemoKENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION cratic organization at home since Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. -- HEARD AS OF CANNON FEDERAL POUNDS VILLA'S BATTLE LINE. II CLOTHI i Furious Effort To Turn Right Flank Fails and Center Also Are Attacked. Western Newspaper Union News Servlet 1 both have reached the higher and' more powerful stations in politics. I - The Helping Hand most start what n- i EVERY WOMEN needs these boons. Election met and canvassed Commissioners the vote on the constitutional amendments. Theboard certified the returns so far received on the constitutional amendments to Gov. McCreary, whose duty it is tofissue a proclamation declaring whether or not the amendments bac been nHontfid. The result on the counties reporting eighty-niu- e make it certain beyond doubt that the amendments have been adopted, but the board certified that the County Clerks in the following counties have not made their returns to the Secretary of State: Calloway, Carlisles, Anderson, Clark, Floyd, Carter, Casey, Franklin, Green, Harlan. Harrison Henry, Knott, Lincoln, Marshall, McCracken, Menifee, Ohio, Oldham, Owen, Owsley. Pike, Scott, Shelby, Todd, Trigg and Mercer. The vote in the eighty-nin- e Amendment stands: counties for working conNo. 1, providing victs on the public roads: Yes Majority for 52,358; no, 28 28o, amendment, 24. 078. Amendment No. 2 providing for the classification of property for purposes of taxation: Yes, 49,814: no, 24:244. Majority for amenu-tnef- The State Beard or' wants and surely depend upon you can At an ex in time of trouble is your bank acpense of many thousands of dollars and nearly two years' time we Better count to acquire a have completed and ready for debig one by depositing you have livery, the Six Volume InterIVIt-Vernonational Cooking Library bv 47 of in the World's Famous Chefs ou'll Find the necessity of thinking before United States, Canada and Europe. When j)aying a great Incentive to saving. Recipes new. Never before pubtrouble comes what you have been prevented lished. Very complete and easily from frittering away will make a comfortable understood Eacn book complete balance . Library De Luke Recipe Books. consists of of Mt. THE SALAD BOOK TEE CHAFING DISH BOOK THE AFTERNOON TEA BOOK THE DAINTY SWEET BOOK RHEUMAT IO SUFFERERS IH TABLOId WORLD HEWS SHOULD USE THE RREAD AND PASTRY BOOK El Paso, Texas. Gen. Jose Ynez Salazar's command is completely surrounded south of Saragosa and his capture is expected momentarily. Gen. Pancho Villa has ordered his soldiers to take Gen. Salazar alive so heN may be publicly executed, as an example to federal officers and federal sympathizers. A teamster returning from Saragosa, where he had been hauling ammunition and medicine to Villa's forces, reported the federals were cut to pieces and their dead would probably reach 100. Villa has lost 16 dead and 28 THEY PREFER OURS No Wonder, Simple as A B wounded. The Bank of ' The Bank Vernon Simultaneously repulsing a front and a right tnd left flank attack, turn ing the separate attacks to a general engagement along his line of defense 12 miles long, Gen. Francisco Villa, by executing a clever strategy, drove the attacking federal forces out of their camp befcre Tierra Blanca and hurled his cavalry after them as they fled In a panic to their trains. The decisive movement came when Gen. Villa, whose right wing at Bauche had with stood the shock of the federal assault and whose left wing opposite Belen, TflTQ tiof Vtoan rcknffvnAf1 frm Juarez, apparently abandoned his cen-- 1 ter position at Tierra Blance, leaving his camp fires burning. Q Ours Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style It's about as difficult to describe these new clothes as to write about the prettiest girl at a Leap Year Party. You've got to see her with your own eyes. Maybe you'll like her if you don't there are others- - So, if one suit doesn't please you, we've another. It's a question of tate. Prices ? That lies with you. The better the clothes you buy, C THE DESSERT BOOK EVANGELICALS PROTEST. Senator Owen, in opening Senate debate for the Administration Currency Bill, stated that under Beautifully Embossed Covers the present sytem the bank re three and four colors in attractive serves ol the country were con Money refund centrated in New York, where they Carton Mailers. ed if not delighted with these are loaned on speculative accounts books. MOST IDEAL CHRIST 5o Cents each, Prepaid $2.5o Set, Six Books, Prepaid MAS PRESENTS. For The Beat Remedy mil Rheumatism 1 forms of St. Louis, Mo. Action started in St. Liouis to erect a monument to Adolph-u- s Busch, millionaire brewer, resulted in a resolution being unanimously passed by the St. Louis Evangelical Alliance protesting against the erection of a monument in the city to a the longer they last and the better they look while vou're wearing them. But everyone prefers ours. They are best. The Pit sburg police announced INTERNATIONAL PUBLISH- that during the past three weeks Berlin. Six men were killed and two other fatally injured when a train ING CO. thev have found 120 sticks of crashed iuto agroup of workmen just Security Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. dynamite scattered along Grant outside of Berlin. The train had not been signaled, and its approach was "The Editor of the Signal has boulevard, a favorite auto Gives Quick Rsllafi hidden by a cloud of smoke. one of the Afternoon just received Tea Books and one of the Bread FRENCH AVIATOR KILLED. rlWtfmv& and Pastry Books and they are The Seaboard Air Line railwa Chantilly, France. M. Corbon, a certainly beautiful books in every pleaded to two counts charging $uvu "S'Dirow ran on mquot Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co- - French aviator, was killed when ho sense of the word and contain the violation of the interstate comfell with his monoplane. testes w.uksstwCHicAa 25, 570. most select line of receipts that I merce law, and fined $l,ooo for Each of the missing counties Farm for sale A small farm ever seen. Our readers will each at Macon Ga. gave a majority fpr both Amend- have MARKETS of abount 30 acres, known as the CINCINNATI ments which insures a safe ma- appreciate these books I am sure. Dickey Smith place, located about They are very dainty and at the jority for each in the State. FOR FLETCHER'S " one mile from Mt Vernon, on the torn No. 2 white 777Sc, No. "3 same time very practical. and white 7777&c, No. 4 white 75" I .Lanftford road. Good house 6c, No. 2 yellow 77c, No. 3 yellow It is one hundred percent better GRAY HAIR MADE ITS OR-If sold at 7576c, No. 2. mixed 7575c, No. 3 farm Tn fair cordition. IGINAL COLOR, tote a booster than a growler. .icd 74&75c, No. 4 mixed 73 will sell at a bargain. CLIP THIS NOTICE ITS WORTH 50c BOONE WAY BOOSTERS OR. once 4',;C, white "ear 7477c, yellow ear Addre9- A. Bryant. .h77c, mixed ear 7476c New corn If your hair is gray, streaked GANIZE AT while. 73 The Washington flerale prints with gray, white, faded, brittle, Livingston Ky 3 quoted as follows: No. 3No. 3 yet Nov. 14 3t j lie. No. 4 white 7072c, the following stor v. which shows falling out, itching scalpjor dand BARBOURVILLE ow 7172c, No. 4 white 7072c, No." yellow 7172c, No. 4 yellow 6869c, what a Democratic Secretary Pres- ruff, apply Q Ban hair color reo. 3 mixed 6971c, No. 4 mixed 67 ident Wilson has upon his staff. storer to gray hair and scalp. N01 Met at 7 p. m; Meeting Called ?0Sc, yellow ear 6467c, mixed ear Secretary Tumulty is a wonder in a dye, but it brings to the hair sur ifc5c. M. Tinsley, to Order by J. W, ATTORNE face the original color nature gave Hay No. 1 timothy ?19.2519.50, many ways. He is one of the best your hair. Make5" gray hair andard timothy $18.2518.50, No. 2 MTf VERNON. KY. .mothy ?17.2517.50, No. 3 timothy politicians in the present Adminis- brown, black, auburnor its original On moiion of R. W.'Cole Judge 515.50, finding color of 17 or 18 years of age. IS0FFICE. - On 2nd. floor c j17. No. 2Np.- 1 clover mixed ?16.50 tration and has a way of clover mixed $14.5015, John L. Stamper Was elected tem- The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Churr out the pulse of the people and Never fails. Perfectly harmless, porary chairman .0. 1 clover $14.7515, No. 2 clover ana W, fl, Mc street. Special attention given 12.7513. to Q'Ban makes keeps the President right in touch delightful full use life, Oats No. 2 white 43g43&c, stand-rof hair soft, beautiful. Donald was elected temporary to collections. with things in the cuter world, as Stops dandruff, itching scalp and secretary. 4243c, No. 3 white 4242c. Phone No. 80. o. 4 white 4041c, No. 2 mixed is one of falling hair. Complete directions it were. The Secretary Mr. W L. Harn was then called mBmmwmmmmmsV99mmKmmmmmmammmmmmmwmwmtmmmm 42c. No. 3 mixed 4142c, fellows that is for home treatment' of the hair d those .0. 4 mixed 4041c. Wheat Nov 2 red 954 97c. No. 2 He is un- with each bottle. 50c by parcel upon to deliver an address on good well nigh irrfesistable.POUNDS No. 4 red post, or return this notice and $1 roads, which be did, aud gave a FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles .d 94&)95c,Old hens, 8694c. over usually bright and can tell a story poultry weighing three bring laugh tei and we will deliver you its usebot- very interesting and .instructive and Eyeglasses for $1.50and up. Gold, & lbs, 15c; hens, under 4 lbs, that never fails to we talk, alter which a permanent ortles. If not satisfied by ,&c; roosters, 10c; springers, 14c; Silver and Aluminum Frames. Larto his auditors. Besides the above 4 SCIATICA. GOUT. NEURAlfilO AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. imnicn. brewer. SIX DIE IN WRECK. E. ,L COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. EMM k , c, " Children Qry CAS TOR A $19.99 ient to write a check for this amount than to count out a ten, a five and four ones, a half, a quarter, two dimes and four pennies. A checkiug account in our bank does away with all such bothersome difficulties for you always have the right change when you write a check. But that is merely one of the many ad vantages chief among which is J 1 'S easier and more conven- - F--" - 'C, Williams, - Automatic Bookkeeping. BANK WITH US d -- 0 -- warm-hearte- - PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. -- ,mpJy Presidential were never known to come alone to taverns and talk things over with citizens of the republic in graceful fashion. It is pas v.f o ""- - Richmond, Ky), November 26, 19I3. To the Creditors of Marthisa Thomas, of Orlando, in the County of Rockcastle and district aforesaid, a bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on November 23, 19 13, the said Marthisa Thomas was duly adjudged a bankrupt; and that the first meeting of her crediitors will be held at the office of A. R. Bur-naJr., Referee, in Richmond. Ky.t on December 12. 193, at 2. o'clock o.ra.. at which time the! said creditors may attend, prove asjsecretary to a President, was their claims, appoint a trustee doing the unusual. No other secexamine the Bankrupt, and transretary has taken the pains to min- act such other business as may gle with the people and get a few come before said meeting. impressions at first hand outside A. R Burnham. Jr., of the White House. It may be Referee in Bankruptcy playing of politics but it makes a good impression and meets with DECLARE WAR ON COLDS of education which A Who can imagine aims crusade approbation. "that common colds may be other secretaries of Presidents come uncommon within the next tnianglMig with hotel guests in easy geueration" has been begun by fashion and fref uetwt with the in- prominent New York physicians. terrogation ptnt whe matters of Here is a list of the "don'ts" which the doctors say public interest are .d;icussed. ,the annual visitation of the cold: There was uorMcg&aughty ,cr re"Don't sit in a draughty car." served about J. Addison Rotftejci "Don t sleep in hot rooms." George B. Cortelyou or Gha,rles; VjSlpn't avoid thefiesh air." 'D9't.ptu,ff yourself at meal Dewe killes when they were' time. Qvreaihpg reduces your secretaries, but they will-preve- and many other accomplishments he is a fine lawyer and a stump speaker of rare ability. The Herald's story follows: Joseph P. Tumulty, secretary to the President came through the Willard Way, all alone in leisuri fashion but evidently looking for some one worth while. But few in the after-dinngroups recognized the smoothfaced citizen of Jersey and for once he met few that he knew. Then he stopped to greet a local friend and citizen. Dean Capitalist, of Scranton and the United States, who remarked a former residence in the Hackensack region and fond recollections of Jersey days. Then others gave welcome to the modest young man who has place at the right hand of the Chief Executive and several little conferences of the informal sort followed in the The chief big, open corridor. in all this is that Tumulty, interest er AddressH ganization was had as follows: Drug C, Memphis, J . L. Stamper, President. Tenn. W. H. McDonald, Secretary IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF R. W. Colo, Treasurer. Hessig-Elli- s give you back $1.50. gest selection in town. Eyes tested Free. Years of experience. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. COX BROS. STOtSB .ring ducks, white, . ; J. C. MOORE THE UNITED STATES ) I FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY. In the Matter of (Miss M. T. Singleton) Marthisa Thomas j j In Bankruptcy There were thirty charter members enrolled. &zc$p&jx3 On motion of S. A. Smith a com jj mittee of ways and meanB was Conover as follows: J. A. McDermott, S. A. Smith, MT. VERNON, KY, VV H. Green, Dr. Albright. Fron tRooms over Baker's Store J. A. Stanfill. Phone 49-Ordered that the committee be empowered to appoint mittees as they see fit. Committe to Draft Resolutions: Dr. G H. Albright, C. D. Cole UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER J. D. Tuggle. qqxc S. ap-poin- P H, Dentist lbs and over, ducks, under 4 lbs, 13c; tur-ys, toms, old, 10 lbs and over, 17c; :key hens, old, 10 lbs and over, ycung turkeys, 10 lbs and over, c; turkeys, culls, 8c. Eggs Prime firsts 39c, firsts 37c, .dinary firsts 32c, seconds 24c. Bids td otters on exchange: Prime firsts, agraded, cases returned, wanted at c; prime firsts, cases returned, want-- J at 39c. Cattle Shippers ?6.257.35, extra 7.5G7.75, butcher steers, extra, $7.25, od to choice, $6.257.15, common to ilr $4.506r heifers, extra, $77.15, od 10 yc3$yd &y sub-corn- " 0!Cx!Qr J.aMcCLARY - CAUSE OF INSOMNIA. Tfre most Common cause of insomnia is disorders of the stomach and constipation. Chamberlain's Tablets, corrC these disorders and nabl,ypu to slftep. For sale by all dealers. Hogs Selected heavy $7.85, good to l'olce packers and butchers $7.80 85, mixed packers ?7.707.80. stags 4 6.75, extra $G.857, common to hoice heavy fat sows $4.257.40, ex-r- a $7.50, '$7 7.50, pigs, llO lbs and less, $5.506.75. Sheep Extra $4.25, good to choice ,3.754.15, common to fair $23.50. Lambs Extra $7.157.25, good to ..hoice $6.757.10, common to fair $5 light-shippers ir $4.505.5; cows, extra $66.25, od to choicq $5.255.85, common to ,r 3.255; canners $34.25. Bulls Bologna ?5.756.35, extra .40, fat bulls ?6.256.50. Calves Extra $9.50, fair to good $7 p9.25, common and large $49. choice' 5.756.75, common to GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robe Mail, Telegraph or Teh phone orders Promptly Ky Aitx11 0.50. Filled StRnforrl. K' FIRST OFFICIAL STEP. Vashlngton. 4 the Lamp Oil that Saves Lyes horns thsB clesr, steady light. Insure -- ua u Ketiing me on burns clear and clean without inst flicker a down to the last 'drop. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to perfection. Costs no more than the Inferior tanfrwason oils saves MONEY saves yea. Your dealer has SOLITE OIL In barrels direct from our works. WORK-saveae- admirations cpld-stpr- p The flrsf step Jn thg v latyacjc 'pn the1 fop genera McReynpldf Igsugd 8rd.gr? f5r a countrywide investigation pf the ; poinhlne which, ig leged believed to be responsible fpr the proge ent high Price of eggs. In; addltiog several bills are before Congress and parly action regulating cold storage i t: ,fl fiHLHHBHHHPLnw srpected. The Investigation ordered will extend into every judicial district where there are Federal officials. iic Ml SADDLES rup-Ieathe- frs scxoc DccfodfoicSto "NERVOUS AND SIC HEAI -- Nothlnsr ia mora Imnnrtin t u aome equip a . . r. jb j:,. -l"- 0i-jleDt; To which we would , add when you take a cold get rid of it as To accomquickiy as possible, plish that you will find Chamber lain's Cough Remedy most exuei Sold by all dealers. resistance.'-- ' Chas. C. Stol! ' Lexington, finery Oil Co. Ky. We sell &e at Warren, Pa, cslbratei "No Carb" Auto 00, Tcrpid liver, constipated bowels and disordered stomach are the causes of these headaches. Take a Dr. King's New Life Pills, jou of M DEALER in Marbles and will be suprised bow quickly you will get relief. They stimulate Granite Monuments the different organs to do their No better kinds. Estimates furnished "work properly. bowels. regula tor for liver and Take 25c on application. v. At all and invest in a box druggists or by mail. H.E Back- OWJ)NS Propr. GEO. ' len& Co., Philadelphia or Ft' 'Pone7l-1- AAE Padded, Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir- -: at a reasonable, price facturers oj-al- l Men's Saddles, new, $400 and up Ladies' Saddles, new, $5.00 and tip Old Main Street back of Court House to-d- o 2 Lottl. $x$fX&c$ WT. DAVIS : TV HrhfrtmrftfmtiiYh"Ttiftf7TrrT'i riTTff"inTffifwffloinifitY-- m mTirf f TintiJki,ui!SipTimnm itf iniPefesMBisBsiaaSMaa rfiimiugl MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt.Veknon, KYm Nov. 28, 1913 -- & A r with Miss Ge..rge Amyx, at Livingston. Mr. and Mrs. S F. Bowman tip "No. 39" wnen watx to and sou Dwigbt and Mr. A. G. with SIGNAL Bartlett will leave Sunday for A -"- ""-""-""mBTCMMIH Jackson county to spend a week Mr. Bowman and Mr. Bartlett wiil spend the week hunting. J. H. Ramsey took the Entered Apprentice degree in the Masonic . N ASHVILLC R. R. CO. LOUICVIU.C Lodge, Monday night, and on Wednesday night, County AttoTIME TABLE. E R. Gentry and 4.59 pm rney-elect Lige Saylor, of the Copper creek The Woman's Club of Mt. Ver- 22 ncrtn S F. Bowman section, charged with the burning non, will again offer $5. in prizes 24 nortn 3:53 a m County Court Clerk J3 south 11:43 am were made Master Masons. of Charley Wallen's barn, had his at the Mt. Vernon Fair, for the trial Monday and was acquitted, work of school children thruout 2L douth 12:19 am LOCAL There was no evidence to show' Rockcastle County. There were Jas. Landrum, Agent. that Mr. Saylor was guilty of the several boys and girjs who took Phone No. 8. The longest word in the English crime with which ne'was charged, advantage of this opportunity last language is antitransubstantiation Entered at th Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice and Sheriff.s Notice: On Dec. year year.we hope more will do so alisra. mall matter. as stcpnd-clas- s this Teachers, encourage 1st the penalty goes on,' if your The Graded School closed taxes are not paid; and tax not your pupils io the preparation of PERSONAL Wednesday for Thanksgiving paid by that time, the property work for this contest. We believe Brvan Per.kins is with bis sister will be advertised for sale. The it will prove very beneficial. BeMrs. W. G.'McBee. A daughter of Mr. J. J Belcher law fixes Dec. iit as the day for low is a list of prizes, which varies J. Fish was in Cincinnati during of the Hiatt section, died the first the penalty to go on. I want to slightly from last year: Best set of six maps (including of the week, of fever. the week, buying goods. close my business by January 1st political divisions and principal Robert Cox was in Louisville the The Graded School basket ball and shall insist on a prompt paycities.) 1.00 of the week buying goods. first team expects to arrangea game ment of all tax due. Best essay, not less than 300 T. J, NiceLey, Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford with Stanford for the near future. words and. not more than 500, .50c. Sheriff. were in towh shopping Tuesday Best product map of U. S. .00c. The Langdon Memorial School For Sale: The residence and Best map of Ky., including outJudge L. W. Bethurum was in closed Wednesday for ThanksCincinnati Saturday on business. giving vacation. School will re- store room, combined, located on line of counties and location of Main Street, opposite depot, Liv- county seats. C. D. Sutton spent part of the open Monday. 50cts. ingston.' Also a soda fountain. week in Cincinnati, buying goods. Btst set of letters, business, and d Rev George S. Watson The building has five rooms be- 5octs. Rev. George S. Watson and Thanksgiving exercises at sides store room, a good lot and social, one each, Best six button holes-- , came over from Booneville the Christian Church. Att'y J. mother sects. splendid location. $looo. will Best handmade garment socts. to spend Thanksgiving. W. Brown read President Wilson's buy the lot and house or $12,00 Best handmade household Mrs. Hosack, of Ohio, is with proclamation. for property and fountain, if sold article (wood) socts. her daughter, Mrs. Meshac Gen Round trip to Atlanta $13 60. at once. Apply to, try. CLUB NOTICE Dec. 2728 and 29. limited to JanuJ. M. Foure, Judge J. W. Alcorn was up from ary il, 194. Account of Ameri Nov, Livingston. Ky. The regular meeting of the Stanfore Tuesday on legal busi- can Association for the advanceWhen you want exchange, ju?t Woman's Club was held at tfie ness. ment of science. give the crank a half turn, pro- home of Mrs. A.i B. Furnish on Att'y and Mrs. E. R Geutey The art committee Mr. W. A. B. Davis received a longed ringing is unnecessary, and Nov. 2lst. axe with reletives' at Corbin for a had charge and rendered a very telegram Fridav, announcing the when thru talking give the crank ' few days. The next death of Dr. Z T. Denney, who another half turn and the opera- interesting program. Charles Thompson left Tuesday died at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. tor will know that you, are thru. meeting will be held at Mrs. for Louisville, where he will ac Dr. Denney visited Mr. Davis and With the new switchboard a half Franklin's, Friday evening, Nov. cept a position. other relatives here only a few turn is just as good and will 28th. Let each member be preschild- months-ago- . Mrs. E. S. Albright and get an answer just as soon ent as there is important business to come before the club. ren are with relatives at London Miss Bidd'Dplan, a sisterof Mrs. as it you ring the bell off. for a few days. users in towu will Mrs. Miracle of the Wildie R. A. WelsV was married in Louis- Telephone Mar- ville, Tuesday, Misses Cora Green and died last week. Tishen-dorf- f. please bear this in mind, while on to Henry garet Stacy of London, were guests the toll lines the ringing should be They passed through Mt. TO THE PATRONS OF THE of friends here over Sunday. Vernon, Wednesday, . enroute. to done in the old way. GRADED SCHOOL. Miss Margaret Lovell was very Pine Hill, tb see Mrs. Tishendorff's Mr. J. H Porter, of Pine Hill, The teachers of the Graded sick last Friday and Saturday, but mother, Mrs. Dolan. suffered a stroke of paralysis a few School earnestly request the preshas about recoveited at this time. Arthur Daily exchanged his days since and Is in a very critical ence of every parentafcthe Parent-TeacherMiss Ruth Burton of Danville, property in the Asbet, addition to condition. Mr. Porter was formerMeeting, to be held at was the guest of-- Miss Rissie Dr. W. D. Laswell for his Rich ly an oil well driller, operating in the Graded School, at 2:30 p. m., from Saturday until Mon raond street property. In turn the Wayne county fields but came Wednesday, Dec. 3. day. Mr. Daily sold tlie property on to Pine Hill about a j'earago and Important subjects wil be disJudge L. W. Bethurum and Richmond Street to Oscar and since had been employed by the cussed, as follows ; little daughter, ate Thanksgiving Eroniit Bryan which will be occu- Kentudky Portland Cement& Coal 1. The making ofc dinner with relatives at Middles-boro- . pied by Mr. D.j L. Bryant. Mr. Co. He is about 65 years of age. ramong the school boys, anc u neans Daily expects to move to Illinois. Later: Mr. Porter died Tues- of prohibiting, Judge Betuurum. day and his remains were taken to R. B. Mullins is on tb road The Henry Clay Fire Insurance Pennsylvania; his old home, for 2. The necessity of globes, Co., the now for the Peters Shoe charts, supplementary books, etc, Co., of Lexington, has taken over same job recently held by G. T Years ago when J imi Meadows was and means of supplying them, the United American insurance Johnson. appointed section foreman at Pine Mrs. Richards. Co , of Frankfort The comhiued Crawford is at a'ssests of the two companies is Hill he sat down and made out an Miss Blanche 3. How to induce the parents to home for Thanksgiuiog vacation. about $700000.00 .and it is likely order to the road master lor sup- attend the Paient-Teachur- s' meetMiss Crawfoid Is teaching near General discussion. that $300,000 additional stock of plies. He had completed his let- ing. Winchester. 4. How the parents may best ter when he found he was in need ths Henry Clay will be sold, placso his assist the teachers in their work, Will and Lige Cummics have ing that already successtul com of a 'frog" for a switch, very sick for the past ten pany in the million dollar class. letter ran as follows: Miss McCord. been Mrs. Fishback, "Mr. Road Master. Dear Sir: days with an attack of the old Rockcastle citizens hold about You will please send me four picks Miss Watters, lashioned grip. $20,000.00 worth of the stock- - ot handles two "spike mauls, one Mrs. Richards, Dud Wallen was up from Stan- the two companies. .- shovel and one track bolt wrench. Committee. ford Saturday to see his son, Oscar J. M. Norton, lost his barn, 2 Yonrs truly. and family, and sisters. Mesdames good horses, over a hundred ' Jim Meadows, and Lieut. Gov. McDertnott was one Alice Tate and J. F. Griffin. bushels of oats, several barrels of a frog " of the speakers at t e banquet Misses AlLe Walker and Jeniiye corn, some farm implements etc., given last night at Peoria, III., in McFarland, of Columbia, were the by tire Frjday night. The lots J. S. Langford, Lum Rymel and connection with the golden jubilee guests of Dr. and Mrs. Conover, will run over 81000, and there was C. F. Sigmon went to London of Archbishop Spalding. from Saturday until Wednesday. only 8300. insurance. The loss Tuesday to answer an indictment Mr. and Mrs. Fred Durham was a heavy blow to Mr. Norton. charging them with interfering were in Louisville Saturday to Bob Payne of near Pine Hill, also with Marshal, Robert Burton, the have their little son examined by had a good barn and considerable time Talbot, a deserter from the Dr. Barbour. He is doing very feed to burn that same night. We army knocked Burton down and They gave nicely. have not learned whether Mr. made his escape. bond and the case was continued Mrs. Emma Christersou and Payne had hay insurance or not. until the May term of court. daughter, who have been visiting An electric light boom is again Those men had no more to do with her sister, Mrs. W. T. Davis aud on in Mt Vernon and every indi- Talbot making his escape than brother Tames Rickles, returned cation points that there may be some one a hundred miles awaw, hom6"Tuesday. something doing this. time. Dr. but when Uncle Sam's court gets Mendel Mullins, Will Kirby and E. L. Herrin of Liberty, has noti- a hold on you there is nothing else Lon Hansel have joined the fied the Commercial Club that he to it but to prove your innocence Logue Taylor applied will install the plant, if the business or dance to the music allotted. but on account of his light weight will justify and at a meeting There will be noltrouble, preving was turned down. of the Club on Tuesday night an their innocence but the annoyance , Mrs. Julia Ballard and Mrs . G. estimate of the number of lights and some expense, which will -- M. Ballard and little- daughter? wnicn can oe securea, was ".fle necessarjly be incurred, will be all genev, wenfc o Lexington, andj it wag fotjnd hat the pant th.pre is to it when the case 'goes ecjnegdy. t.q e$t Thanksgiving coud start wth 00 p,r qfqre before the Federal Judge. flinner with Mr. and Mrs. G. W lights Which, brings he revenue A TEXAS WONDER. OJapk and viit Qtjp relatives. t qp, to the required amount. M. The Texas Wonder cures kidney W. B. Sigmon. was in towP Vernon warns Jihe lights and Will i "Tuesday and told a Signal pepre furnish the business, to justify ft and hladc'er troubles, removing gentative that he was thinking of plant and as the matter stands grauel, cures diaoets, weak and buying property and moving now we will have lights .op gome all irregularities of the kidneys to town. We would like to have body is going to have to do some and in boty men and women. - Mn Sigmon as one of our num- backing down. The Commercial Regulates bladder troubles in bers. children. If not sold by your Club will meet again Monday istatthe Court house druggist, wilf be sent by mail on Misses Nell and Ha Newland, of Crab Orchard, Miss Ruby Parish, and every person in Mt. Vernon, receipt of r)o. One small bottle of Preachersville, and Messr interested m improvements and in two months treatment, nd sel-dotails to perfect a cure. Send .Other Catron and .Taul Nol: n, of especially an elecric light plant is for testimonials from his- and other Crab Orchard, and Walter Miller, earnestly requested tabe .present. w. Hall, 2926 of Preachersville, were guests of The .ladies are also invited. Dr, states. DsV.-ifi- . 1be present Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. J, Niceley, for Herrin is expected to Sold Mr. by Druggist, this meeting. "Thanksgiving dinner. at t. itory, Misses George Detiick and Adeline Bron. of the Langdon Dorm- SE3 .p nt Thanksgiving 79 79 MR. WILSON'S TURKEY THANKSGIVING Undoubtedly must be a beauty its a Kentucky bird this time ( We are showing some beauties they are not turkeys- - FISH'S 20 clothes Every bit of worry in buying $ 10 15 SPECIAL Suits and Overcoats is removed at Fish's, in fact it never was there YOU DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT being properly fitted here in anything to wear because we have your size con-ducte- COME IN TO-DA- Y AND LET US FIT YOU By What You Buy." We Pay ''We Stand We Pay Parcel 2S-3- t. Parcel Post Charges Anywhere JWHWTKri 1 xJnvio LEAmnu Post 1 SZZ7,n w- kI Charges Anywhere - I THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES HOPEWELL warn s' Mc-Ferro- n, ir-uett- Miss Katie Baker and Mis Thelma Barnes and little brother Early spent Saturday and Sudday with their aunt and cousin Mrs, Emmie Barnes. Clara Carmical spent Tuesday with her mother Mrs. A. (Jummins at Mt. Vernon. There was preaching at Mt. Pisgah Saturday and Sunday, conducted by Rev. James Barnes. Mrs. Lucy Adams spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mrs. Bettie Kirby at Hansford. Miss Mollie Kirby was the guest ot her sister Mrs. Ida Evans Tuesday. Well Thanksgiving is near at handagain, but sure we all be thankful each day a like. There will be many just to a nice families set down Thanksgiving dinner, composed of a baked turkey and pumpkin pies and many other dainties, and we should all be so thankful to " s'-ou-ld Green Front I am still at the Green Front, with a full line of New Goods and prices better than ever Children's Bear Skin Coats at $ J .28 J 4c Men's Heavy Yarn Sox, pair THE i Men's Heaay Fleeced Underper suit wear, Guaranteed No, 1 Flour, per sack 75c 63c -- know we are well and able to enRash spent joy it. Mrs. Jerry Wednesday with Mrs. Chailes Kirby. Rev. Chas. Carmical of this place is holding a series of meeting at Sinking Valley. Hog killing is the drder of the day in tl.is part. And all other goods at the very Lowest Prices. 1 buy right and sell cheap, and if YOU want to sa ve .money, come to the Green Front. J. I E. Mitchell KENTUCKY PINE HILL, lllllJJJLiilJUUIIIJllJMWH1S Pg -- rugu-lararm- y. ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health H "i5; The SAFE boys' magazine All bnyforall bora. Botachlld'spaper. Clean as a nhisUo, fall ot picture. 38 to 52 paces orerr tons, athletics, klstorr. school lifo. written most DoooHr ban." authora. InstrnctlTO km1 articles. Fine articles on football and other rporu. jjeparunenis or Ateccanir. tlectMcity. r'hotosnnhY- - Pnaalar :ience. Hair to Make Thlncs. Stamp CoHectlac. Calckras.Pets. dar. denlns. Inrentlons and Natural Wonders. ESSSKOiiIy $1 a year - and J u. B " jt .s W A .V W w SIGNAL 11 I Saves Money vJTMi J.v ,W ridr gv-mi .7-. ,BV V. WSWW'? L i X v- ilzi ireifl . .';r-vNjk,, F.v.jy a nun ZMWrsTa:m lanmniHHpiWMiDirtiKfjsx'; even-IngDe- c. ra - and I Makes Better Food V Two experienced) Tbetollowing marriage license "Wanted. Lady or gentleman. were issued this week: &r. W. B agents. Kizz;e- - Ponder. High class brand uei? patent: Cummins to Miss to Miss You cannot fail. Address. Mr. Alfred Hurlev and-Mrs.V- r. -- L The Perrine. AssociATioJiv . Dicey Miller. Box 58 Loadon, Ky. Mr, George Moore to Miss Bertha Bullock. Womea will serye as election 'officials in every" prsciact in FOR FLETCHER'S ,:hicafMriag the, fx5tkm of Children Ory C ASTORIA AUreria&n ikxt spring. sV V J I PNsr- ' . Sf;r8fcf, . .y" v. 1 w 7 MMMMwiin Iji teat Ji-- 1 Here. are several """"11 mmmtjt g ipii 11 IJII 'ISU' &-la ball csb n .TH B ; X reasons-why- :Icrade i - at . - GG. . Davis Drugstore:. . ' BECAUSE be beaten Quality considered, his price Van t , . BECAUSE 'SShjceive prompt attention. BEaAlTSETJiingsryeget-4it:ChaaiDavi There are no delays l Austomers ., . '10$'' . Store are all' right. VA' wonglbpnghfc aj "BECAUSE Tilings, that go " Chink's" place will, be' made ftglitl '.-- ? BECAUSE The poor man's, dollar, is wortli. just ."" . . .u as luucuai BECAUSE every deal is strictly confidential"BECAUSE Chas. C. Davis is never grouchy if; you don't buy. : iiuuuiau o. There are no leaks from.liis store; nuw . m,.L..t miuiey i..i., piuucjao X Try Him. ,iii!iniiiihiih. IPhone 9. Make Your A I Old Furniture Loofift Like New 5BEPSI y IT'8 RE-NU-L- apply a coat of Pee Gee and you'll be delighted with its fine results and your own work. Pee Gee makes old furniture, worn floors and woodwork look like new again. Try it. RE-NU-L- an easy and inexpensive matter. r 1 l Pee Gee C is a Stain and Varnish combined. Comes in 21 Natural Wood colors White, Gold and Silver EnameL All sizes. PEASLEE-GAULBER- T CO., Incorporated : : : : iuanuiacturers Louisville, Ky. U. G. BAKER WSSSZm vm m '" JP"-6""- - u1l nil us QUARTERLY KISPORT 'j- COVE tJ. Report'ot'the condition of.The Report of tbS condition of The rPeoples Bank, doing bu iress ac '.Mr;.add Mrs. Marion Treadway "itizens Bank, doing busioess.at the town of Mt Vernon, Countyj visited relatives in Wildie Sun-o- f he town of Broahead, County:of. Rockcastle;HState of Kentucky. day. MLses' Martha and Fannie Rockcastle4 State of Kentucky, at at ihe;plose1qfbusJness on 14th day.j Scewart spent Saturday night and .! Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ihe close of business on 14th day of,lNove1nbeVl9i3:' Pies of November i&i. at Sparks Qu3ary.Robt. 80,034-58RESOURCESL. Riddle of Nicholasville, visited Loans and Discount " his uncle. J.. W. Riddle this week. J.bans and Discounts .$42,802 16 Overdrafts, secured and " j Mrs. D. B. Laugford and uhild- 1 037 46 unsecured Overdrafts, secured and c -ort unsecured 486 33 VU-,, ,,, - s- JrensDenrSunday with Mr. and VU VUu Mrs. A. L Adams. Mrs. R. B. 2 859 80 Banking House, Furniture Due from Banks ) ' Shepherd and children visited her Gash on band. J 2:86s 41 . && Fixtures 7 989-iRamey Shepherd Saiur son Bankine House, Furni' ure.-';:JiOtn'er Assets not included .' rifght and Sunday. Miss diy and Fixtures 34756 under any of above heads. Edilh Adams was the guest of Other Assets.uot.inclutfeuV 1 2i5.iiG Expenses paid Langfird Sunday underany xfabove'heads .. ' $10648881 MLsHattie Total " night. Mr and Mrs. Henry Par-re- tt 363-4Expenses paid LIABILITIES - Total and li tie daughter Cora, were 54T2T466 Capital Stock paid in, t the guestsof Mr, and Mrs. Ne-LIABILITIES.. 20 000 in cash Parrett Sunday. Mrs. Mack 17 Capital Stock paid in",r , Surplus Fund and little daughte-GracBlakeman 2 022 53 Undivided Profits $15 000 cash Lee and Catherine of ues r lob SurplusFund Deooslts subjects to check 76 867) 2S Nicholasvilie, have been visiting, ' 1 6S5 5 Undivided Profits 79 Bills Payable het uncle J. W. Riddle. Mr. and Total Dep isits subject to check 31' 137 $10648881 Mrs. Josh Boreing and children ' Demand Certificates t State of Kentucky 1 visited Mr. and Mrs. John Owens 6 3or 4j County of Rockcastle J Set. Deposit Wm. Sunday U. G. Baker and P. h. at Maretsburg We, Total $54,224 66 Thompson, Jr., President and Hayes of Berea, viited his daughState of Kentucky ) Cashier of the above named Bank, ter Mrs. J". W. Riddle Saturday County of Rockcas le ) Set. Mrs R. B Mullins andSiindfff We, R. H: Hamra and A. M. do solemnly swear that the abo-of Pine Hilt, spgnf Thursday with Hiatt,. President and Cashier of statemenfris true to the best of our her daughter Mrs Grpver Johnthe above named Batik, do solemn knowledge and belief. son Misses Valley and Daisy U.vG, Baser, President, Mnllins were the guests of their ly swear that the above statement is true to' the hest of our .knowl P. L; Thompson, J r., Cashier sister Mrs. Giover Johnson edge and belief. Subscribed and sworn fct bgfoie R. H. Hajim, President. me this 24 day of November ?9J$. Farm For Sale: lo A. M, Hiatt", Cashier. My Commission Exptres Febr.u welUmpfqved land, practically all Subscribed and sworn lo before aryii, I914. evel and under hjgft $tate of culti.-vatic- n, E S. AM3IUGHT, me this 22 day of November I913. brick house, ftef Notary Puuho John Robins, barn 40x80 the finest in the county W J. t" PAkkS, Notary Public. qe.' granary and tool shed, new -'J P. E DRUmMonp, j hog and hen bf)se. 6 miles from NEARLY EVERY CHILD HAS Dnectors Bate.svijje a cjty o 3000 and a WORMfc. TONIGHT-Tonigh- t gjod market R. F. D., Paleness,. at times a flushed lace if you feel dull and good pike roads. Price unnatural hunger, picking the - stupid, or bilious and constipated $60,00 per aere. nose, great thirst, etc., aie indiaons of worms. Kickapoo vVortni take a dose of Chamberlain's TabP, O. Box 99, Killer ts a reliable, thorough med-- 1 lets and you will feel all rinht toBatesville, Ind. For sale by all dealers. cine for the removal of .all kinds morrow Of worms from children and Kickapoo Worm Killer adults.. FOR FLETe$!' FOR FLETCHER'S in pleasant candy foria, aids di gestion, tones system, overcoming I constipation and increasing &he '! I. action of the liver. Is oerfectlvi afe fcr even the roost delicate children Kickapoo Worm Killer icakes children hwppv and healthv Try it. Drug 25c. Guaranteed. tbies or by mail. Kickapoo MedicineCo., Philadelphio and St. v, Children Cry for Fletcher's . - ... " I ru - Q?he 1 in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been' made tinder his per-- Kind Xou Have Alwaj?s Bought, and which has heen 4 -- All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are hut Experinicnts that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment Just-as-good y 4i sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive vou in this. 1 Jin e 4-- . substitute for Castor Oil, Paw- goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It; contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other .Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and "Iiarrhcea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleen. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless -- GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of . jT ALWAYS e The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use Fop Over 30 Years THE CCNTAUR CO X tele-phon- o, IE.VER SEALPAINTS USER PRICES Save You 50 HN5T5 !M9N fMM, 9UM49LE. OUK FACTORY-T- O Ch,idfri Cry CASTO.?l Children Ory OASTO R A STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! SILVER SEAL BARN AND ROOF PAINTS. Eight Colors. Thoroughly Reliable. 5 BSSKSSSSr" Per Gal. 75c to 10 Gallons K Bbl. (25 gals.) Barrel lots (50 gals.) BROWN and GREEN to 10 Gallons 65c 60c RELIABLE ROOF PAINTS. BLACK Per Gal. 40c its. J Per Ga - mm Sf z toflO Gallons mm. 14a gars.Ki ta.J -- Louis. r IV fthattacthing seemed to do me any goc&j QUARTERLY REPORT eport of the condition of The Bank of Mt. Vernon, doing busi ness at the town of Mt. Vernon. !Coynty of Rockcastle, State of at the close of busi ness on the &ay pi November - V. 193- After Fonr Years of Discouraging I had gotten so weak I could not stand, RESOURCES and 1 gavejip in despair. Mrs. Bollock Gave Conditions, Discounts 86.462 05 At last, my husband gotme a bottle of Loans and Overdrafts, Secured and Up in Despair. HusBand Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I comI 3T47r unsecHfM menced taking it. From the very firs Due from Banks ' " . $o 74 Came to Rescue. I could tell it was helping me. I Cash on band j3 dose, 39 P can now walk two mIes without itf Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 420 25 Catron, . Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." Other Assets not included from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock j UywMetfl run down from womanl under any of above heads .writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't ye up 'm despair. Try Expenses paid 2907 $i years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the wowantomc. Total $97.77 3 Shis iime, 1 could only sit up foralitiiermre &an a millios wqjhcs, hi its 5C LIABILITIES while, 2d could not walk anywhere at years of contfouous success, god should apit($ Sjtotfr .ici i,n, alL At times; I would have severe'pains surely help you, too, Your druggist has jinca&j 7$,?ooqo rp?US F u nd for years, te J$so 6 000 00 in my left side. what djyjdjed Profits, less The doctor was called uf, and his ireat- - it will do. Ask film. He $ ficpmr $f?QjSes ?fld fjaxes paid 4 1,6 4S .ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin iakiagCwsftftterfgy, Write to: sm confined to my .bed again.1 Mter Advisory .Dept.. Chatunooja ! 78 for,,U.iii0 Weposjits subj,egt t9 check 1 9.s3 54 Chattanoos. fiOS&nl TqH 597,770 03 ' iioffx tmcti&ns on your czseza4te-v3zgt4- l, """ PM?; .f'8fy?P?8,y?FPLshes. TO-PA- Y miSSsSsllMSS9SS9MJMsiSS rjcs you.""' Jasilwfce asTobg B3 ordinary paint. v A'sfelQf.oW Special :::.:. : ojc 4ic o-- noi. yco gais.; barrel lots 150 gals. tJ'.j., Sfe!sii 5 yz 50c X tg HUSBAND RESCUED -- Varnish gtains, ffftsfteSy Cfass ana General Supplies. 1F Fre P!8F ferfe 3Pd Useful hforrnajion bpu Paints, "Wlffi PrnWmtft iQCOfpOtOtCt. &!&" Fife "' aggn Paints, Carriage JaiatSj Enae!, -- fell HI DESPAIRING WIFE KENTUCKY PAINT MFG. CO. SKS8,f"a ANNOUNCEMENT j M Of Proven 5ualiC M m W)WpmmmrrJfpirmtith(itWiiri-, 1W' born Mdss& m s ???sy' mmof longexperience has in m Btfirnajd desjgn yhjgpijks its mi silver giafg effects8H!ym $. M pro-x- te FRich desici and reined beautyia knives, forks, "spppnW"4" $M feflgjT serving pieces are hot attributes 'of solid m V. J m. M. PNE HILL'S MEW SIW is nqw ready to gf to thj public the ianes nmlBf mffi'hm& e fejpe "CL," BlJowiHg ail patterns, gold by ladjng geajars everywhere, gend fof INTEKNATieNAt, SILVKIt Successor toMeFfilenpritemiiaetf, calqgg M L 00 MCRIOEN, OONN. f M sold-Card- j 5eat "V (or Women," sent in plalawrar, jj leather can be sold at. Best POPLIN "oods, .'regular price 20c & 25c per yd. now GROCERIES- -J carry a full line going at, per yd 15c and I defy competition. Best GINGHAMS made, If you fail to coraeto"my store ' ' 1N' 'per yd 9ic you are" going to "miss bargain's I also have a nice lot of e "PACTS'." I "do not carry any bankrupt stock ciuu ijiics vuu uBvet ueuru Oi lor uuiu.uui jiuuua. iuv liuuus '! v ever offered tu Roekcjistlo county. My stock of goods is new, and 1 am not going to let them get old by holding for high prices. Come now and share in the Bargains. Here are a faw prices so as to give yon an idea as to how things are going CALICO; all shades. per yd oc Shoes at the lowest prices good BARGAINS m riff mKt UNDERTAKES Rft K n?'??? (In s tB A L u -- Our line of ouch Cas'kots Countv of ao.cfecasj.le 1 $ct. We, W. L. m&&F4& gftd A, P Furnish President and asb?.ep fy hhe above named Bank, do solzmtfl' ly swear that the above statement is frue to the besC ofour knowledge wHKmuWi&iWim'M Q$t&P!ms' SaSE Bttttr hidt! ThKmlnttonCutm carry an Autoloader ' Lok are new grid clean. Also remember jibat I pay tjje'higHest ccjakeg g rftr ggg at al op Th,e Sign Vf. j. OyElAY qn the Imitatiqii Brck Bld.g-- . pr-ce- tig. W, I L,-Ovrbay, pitflW SELLS THE h unexcelled HAsd'Owde Opffinsfurnished Hearse e t j3.ll parts, of ffl. jL. g;HARDS, President A. ''KaRirr5H, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn &o helore me this 24 til day of Moyew bjef J JONAS McKENZIE"" SB .l Phone "he County ..-, orders 94-- S -- byvVVi re PromptlFiMed ;9i3. MCommissipn Expires February fh ':'' H ' COX,r MT. YERNON, KY m f ;;:v ALBRIGHT; v jfofry Public & pR&, "OEFORE ypu buy a y ffifas Sk tig game. your" Selz Shoes ? VC J5. f GO SOUTH Go where Tair MaH, WINTER oatdoor ea joyw wt'diapel all winter's discomfort." j,tuk1 tiwibt Ideal WINTER TOURIST FARES NOW Ml LABtiC VIA and reluctantly tried BtfckTjen' Arnica Salve as a !astiresorts-fJk2- J then wrote: "I used your aa and my foot was soon completely cured." Best remedy! for burns, gats', br,uises to-day. hgsj foot for four years, pn&tpf, g-- l visea amputation, out tip Tfitused. pfli tered from horrible Fly, ofBfePtam10,.su ir :r- YAL jr-f- s2 LUE" - yqu ne ggod pair gf shgesif !bi cKarpug beast that him quick. The " Sli to? kf9?i ?8 fey: k r Onlj s5cv All df box gists,or by'.mail. H. E. Bucklen .Co., PKiladelplm or St. LouU'. andiecma. Get' a rpfiife ' . to, JONAS WcKENZfJ MT. VERNON, KY. tttSLUDING FLOMDAMMMf ORJAS. PANAMA AND 'UMfb asfe-- to, all ws&mrs of; lpfe south ! H -T nCKETS OM SALE DAILYi ).NQ S. - lir.at!on soothes and heal ilir.Ttttec-Ulce- rs ,ATTRAgnVE l!QUI.?MEKT, f V a- STOP-OViciyJLBaE- RETURN LIMIT.-' jtxrepeated.quick'.ycffects a roach ' u S SERVICE AM) irfcjf:RY UJflJURPASSED. Pqr fctawhi riaimtt aay ftBWt or write M Uk ftW rwiai ami na s w -to,auwyWjteU,$rip.Bies g inw-- r "- ai V. M tuiJttuK H Autoloadinz onot Guns are the lat achievement in ninety-si-x v if y&g9l producing fine firearms. ifcj' f 1 Rifl es an a Reminctdn FURS Go., Yck 7 I' AND HIDES imnin HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR MW FURS AND HIDES WmI or CswarfttlM. Wt m fer rie-nr& on. mi Mr3K2fs3MfiCZ H. It 4 wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm P ..' i .C XIMG, futiitttc miVm. 3wt AfiAlnw Main SLwlnffM HmKitpn Ky. 4AA V..J- - . Armi-U-uo- -i Metallic Cartridge 3 g; t j I. ysgty-d-.g- - r.; New J0HNWHlfEXCO,.Lr,u;KY. - X !: sS3 SI v 4T-- -