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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914011601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. & f 3iga?.afcft'-afrtffe- ; f1" "- - Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVII. flfilfffftl MT. VERNON, Wlllili COUNTT, 3S$?S .IMIIJII time-Saturday Established - 1887 NUMBER 14 I ROCKCASTLE KYM FRIDAY' JANUARY 16, 1914. LIVINGSTON. Mis Julia' Ohappell of Hobber sham returned to her home Sun' ClOTHIS t TVHEY OURS PREFER , . -- No Wonder, 'Simple 'as ABC Ours Cost Less, 'Ours Wear Better They Have More Style , It's about as difficult to describe these'now ; " clothe an to write about the prettiest girl at. a Leap Year Party. You've jjot to seo her with your own ej es. 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 taste. Prices.? That lies ?wif h you. vIho better the clothes you buy, " the longer they last and the bettor they But "look while you're wearing them. best. everyono prefers ours. They are S E. .L COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. JiSL 'TTt- lifK 'JJS&i, ' . J:- day. Rev. White assisted b Ilov. .Disney of Barbourville, will begin a series of meetings hdre pUCi next Saturday. They are holiness preachers. Ono of our widows informed us thootner day that her singlo davs wore about Lily.of over and the wedding bells would soon chime and if wedidn't be lieve it to a8k:Tt D. Mrs. Bettfe Pike, has completed her school imODHEAU. , UA and has returned home. Miss Tvi n. inff.tA ffti.. Aggie Poynter was at Pine Hill rP Sunduy. Mr. and Mrs. Theo got to mention thyri6us illness Graves ha-- e returned from Paris, of Master Gervrce gravely of a where they have beetf visiting few days preVjous. iHe had a se and Dn relatives for a few days. -- Mrs. vere attack pf diptheoft, Xon Argenbright, of Knoxville, J G. Carpenter, o4 SUnford, was Tenti., Is visiting relatives hero hero consultation wild the boyw and was ut Mt. Vernon Saturday. fathorTDi'. W E. 'Gfetfely. We A fittlo child of Mr. and Mrs. aie,glad to report Kislr'ecovery. A: small child of Mr, and Mrs, Ed Gabe Marshal has pneumonia. W. M. French, of the long branch rFarris had diptheria a', few days section is y'eiy low at this writing ago. For a timetr saeined most uim Ward of Chicago, wbo.'bas impossible for the cjlijd to live, been vising relatives here for the but finally the disease yielded to IUU 11 C1IUIUUI, UUU. past weok has 'returned .home IgC llliblC IC Miss Alice Ward and .Mlas Ella low is well fegain.. 'pr. Carter, Mae Farley were in Brodbead Sat wafc tho attending phj ajclan J. C. Frank J3. Rawjinsop, of LoJJJsyille, wlio urday and Bundavt-1-S- . lin of Mt. Vernon weft' in pur was recently made Sfajwrvlsop of town Saturday. Miss Tempest Bridges and Suildlngfr.'Jbr the ,L. Ward of Brodbead. and a teacher & N, R. R. Co. for tWs.drvfsion in our school her, wa with home Tjade'Si3?rrst visUsti''pur town Mrs, Tuesday. "HewcprsrWii surfolks Saturday Ab sparks of Mt. verntm- - was prise at kind o d'epdVlkedhead herebetween trains Fridayvji has, ftn4 said.lhat &jKfyj& k.np i of another on the whpl'yfltem in Mf Fouro is in Paria a Ijjis week. Mr. I We Catlinwaa a worse conJitio&u. Tfo citlans' palled honip, to Lebanon Monday1, of this place have askeU the RailA. on tho account of U)P deaah, of big road Company to give, better grandmother.tProf. W. R, Diok (Jopob facilities, and oy hwe erson is talking of getting up a jgnqred evepy appear, riot even night school, for boys at thispjace showing courtesy of tjplyrnd TJiprna's Jones has been confined Unless the rqatter 1$ tajcenlp' be--- ter, Miss Elizabeth arc in 'Loudon clothes with'him. That looks like -- wdali the 3ohnwillsodn be a real mail clerk tnis weeic. iii bustling sales miiof Ldnonwas, Every body come to the play Sallie'Oot-- i Saturday here Tuesday.Mfe night. It will do you tongim of Pino. Hiiljitftcr a weelts good, and help a worthy cause visit with Mrs. JVVtiT; CatUwRim Jkm'tjforget tho has returned bqm4&p K'Argen-brjgh- t Jan. S7thathall over' Citizens n of tbrs Bank. Walter Smith made his at Mt. vornon tnwjetfflot court usual weekly ' calls this week. -- Mr. and Mrs. koCox-bavre- Wheti'a follow comes to town turned from'awj!iTTvtit with about three times a' week, we feel relatives at vV. R. like that tho attractions are be Dickerson has beerit M.t. coming somewhat .of;.a serious " ' past week. , nature. jifatf BAKER'S B A R G A I - . N Ver-nou't- v SOME FIRST THINGS BROUGHT - iacrr-'&aA- lr TEAMED "Vfiv or to occur 'By in '"ROCKfJASTLE GROCERY xJLjJlIj ! i On publlshta list of things' in our "county, suoh as who brought first cook stove to the county; the first sewingj machine; first mower; first cast1ron cane mill, etc. That list is 'preserved in our scrap book, probably o'therg w. have done likewise. Here few- - more X Jan4th, If . J. M." 1007 the writer many "first "Itrstsj" Firstvisitorto Philippine Island Dr. John M, Williams, Car load ol stoves, car load crockery,- - by U. G. Baker; Trip to Germany, to at-ten- fl aroX 25 lb BagStandardGranulated Sugar $ 1.20 25 lb Bag Granulated Sugar, iwithpurchase of 5 lbs good Rio Coffee muslin .bags, for LOO LOO mid-Sunda- few-dayj- medicat" school, J)r. E- - U Brown; Adding machine, Bank of MuVeruon; Telephone switoh-boarBastln and Marcti in 1900; Air compression, air "drills and big blast hole gasoline drills, W. J 8parlt8Co.; First parcel post package, received by James Maret I BbL Finest Pat.Flour, guaranteed $5.50 Ba& Finest Pat.Flour, 24 lb. a . .70 Bbl. Fine 2nd Pat. Flour 1 5.00 241b.bag2ndJPat.Flour for 5 JO lb bag good.'Roasted Coffee,for J .50 .JO Gallon Bucket a fs , A from'Df, M, Pennington, Bha, Ky;"Firfli: flash light dealer, 8. C. Fran.kini Exclusive clothing and shoe store, J. Fish; chilled, bur gftar proof, safe Citizens Bank Brodhead, Peoples Bunk Mt, Ver 3 Big 5c Boxes Matches, for r v ii 1 w .n " Karo'"Syrup Navy Finest r- hand-pick- ed jCTIM nonecondcdncreteJUdiogJ - :': U$ . I 9 M'9 - : bank does away with all such "bothersome'1 difficulties for you, always have the right change when you write a check. But that is merely one of tho many a'dant&ges chief among which is S easier and more conven-- t for in wrW.i ji this amount than to count oiit a ten, a fi'e and four ones, a half, a quarter, two dimes and four pennies. A checkiug uccount in our I J iptif- - K Automatic Bookkeeping. BANK WITH US PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. .iTiSjr" The Helping Hand J T in time of trouble is your bank Better start to acquire a count - big one by depositing what you have in TheBank of Mt.Vemon- -- 'ybu'can most surely depend upon ac-- You'll Find the necossity of thinking botore paying a great Incentive to saving. When trouble comes what you have been prevented from frittering away' will make a comfortable balance. A TH Bank of Mt. Vernon , C 'Fisbr'CorHmeKial.Club'orKinlzed to his room for sorno tjme yiih rheumatism.- - Mr.Mjjhlaourr very side at this wntlmSr v?wlgat5tho matteri AVe .don't rcr&-tW. O. Dilly, mastor Qf trains of mean t be t))e worst; on tho map gep'y; Boone Way Booster Band, was organized on 22nd of same the Lfibauon branch division ya wen it c? n so easily J5e a voided. in our town Saturday. Jo )in Supt. of Schools, W..A. B. Davis,, HQnth, W. H,, Fish Pres., Rev. Overbay of near Mt. Vornon, has Was here Monday to' see his daugh- Qqo, 6. Watson, V, P., S. C. purchased a small farm from ter, Mra Wajter Robins, .who is .Franklin, Ass't Sec'y ; Moving Jolin' Mink, price paid $250. Mis very siok. Tho four months old picturos, A. B Furqish & Co. Mrs. W. E. 1912; Boone Way Hotel, Mt. Ver-npJoe Mink of Richmond,' viflted baby of Dr. and by J. W Rider, 1913; Boone relatives hero Saturday. N. H. Graveley has a serious t attac"koe Oliver wag in Mj, Vernon Tues- pneumonia, and it.s ;aTec0very is Way opera house, by Geo. Owens day. A. 0. Carpenter Was ID considered very doubtfully oh ac- the moving picture man, 1914 eraser, A.-- Furnish; London Monday A Mr. Wilmott count ita age, altholigh it bj somg. Yapinatlon against typhoid fever, of Knoxville, has made regular better at this trips here'ovory Sunday for some Cable and Clyda Watso'h? were the J)r. Lee Chesnur, 1918; Graded time and we think one of our guosts of Mr, and Mrs. F. L School Brodhead' first?, Mt.. Ver fcood looking widows is the at- Durham in Mt. Vernon Saturday non second ; Newspaper folding traction. Ou last Saturday night and Sunday Sutton and machine.' E.S Albright; First teleMiss Mabel Nleeley gave, a party John Halcomb, of the Chesnut graph operator to 'learn in the to her many friends, those preseut Ridge section have boon very lo-county, Jaok Maret; Train diswereMisses Ethel Hayes, Jessie with pneumonia. -- Misses Alice patcher, J M. Williams; About Smith, Cleo Pennington, Georgia Ward and Ella Mae Farley of Liv the tirst railroad conductors, Capt Delpb; Atnyx, Florence Pennington, Car- ingston, were the guests of Tempest Geo. Roberts nd"Geo. rie Ponder, Nettie .liice, Ella Mao and Ada Ward from Friday Hand broken ballast (as a business Blaiiford, Annio Walton, Messrs until Monday. Mrs. Mary Al- proposition) R. A. Welsh. Rico. Walton, Earl Rice, Floyd bright attended court in Mr. VerHOW'S THIS Mullins, Scott Dickerson, John non several days this week We offer One Hundred Dollars Clark, Walter Rice,. Walter Brown- Frank Ward was upfrom Junction ing and Joe Childress all report a City and spent several days with Reward sor any case of Catarrh capnot be cured by Hall's ntcetimo. Well we spent a few his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. that Catarrh Cure. hours in the little city of Mt Ver- Ward this week Miss. MarguerF. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. non Wednesday and as we only ite Tharp returned o We the undersigned, haeknown her home had a couple of hours to stay wo at Junction City after spending a F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years only got a'partial viowof the town few days with her; cousin, Miss and believe him perfectly honorand we are unable to give the sub- Anna Cass. Misses Judith and able in all business transactions financially able to carry out ject justice, but will say there has Lena MeCall are spending a few and obligations made by his firm any been great changes made, espec- days with their sistors, ' Mrs. Rals National Bauk of Commerce, ially in the buildings, for where Wilmott aud Mrsv J. J. Albright. Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inonce stood boxed and framed Tuapin has been very Walter houses in their stead, now stands siok for the past two weeks, but ternally, acting directly upon the mucous surfaces of the two and three story brick houses. is better. Mr. and Mrs?. W" O blood and Testimonials sent free. system. Wo got a glimpse of the pikes Yaden, 'd61htfully entertained Price 70 cents per bottle. Sold which we consider a great blessing about twenty of their frionds at a by all Drugeists. Take Hull's Family rt'is mr to Mt. Vernon. It seems that all candy partyi on Thursday night qustipation. the merchants are having a large of last Week. Those'present out trade. We visited the storo of J. 'eftOwtt wore, Misses vLena and IN THE DISTRICT COURT GF tish& Son and found .those clever Judith Mea.nf Maretburg, WalTHE UNITED STATES gentlomen busy, waiting on their ter Smith "and HerbeH Be'lof U6r THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF . trade, noxt wo visited the estab- CrabOrchard. -- M'S. E. Al KENTUCKY lishment of S. C. Franklin and bright returned home from Tn the Matter ") there found every thing- from a Junction City Sunday uftecspend-ih- g In Bankruptcy of horse'pistol, used in the war of thc'pa8t'tw0 Andrew J. Sams) 1770 to a flash light. Mr. J. W. Richmond, Ky., Mrs. H. 'L. Tharp January 18, 1914. Rider who has just moved into Cadieux was up from Junction To the creditors of Andrew J. hts new house, is having a splen City'au'd'Bpeht a few days with W, Sams, of Livingstou, iu tho did trade and there we met our 0. Tiirrilri first of the week. County of Rockcastle, and district old friend James Marot and Old MissesMinnie Hiatt and Oraa aforesaid, a bankrupt : Cull was there with that joly Brown were over from Quail and Notice is hereby given that on sa'd laugh. At sonto future date we spent a few days with Mr. and January 9th. i9H. t to spend a day or two then Mrs. A. M. Hiatt. Mrs, Linda UieW J. OUU13. Vla wuijr .uJpv.t)w intend and we will be able to. picture the Benton left for SweetwaterTonu a bankrupt; and that the nrst meeting or nis creanors wm u town belter. 0- - D. Bryant who upon receipt of a message that held at the office of the underlids been sick for some time is able her daughter, Mrs. S. L. Tate, signed referee in Richmond. Ky., to be at his post Ocar Ponder was il. Wo understand however op January 30th, at 2 o'clock p.m., ?g working at the freight house that sbe'is much Improved at this at which time the said creditors prove thoir claims, while I. W. Catlin is away. Mrs time. J. W. Klucer received from may attend, trustee, examine the apooint h Moss Mullius of Paris is yjsiting the Rail Way Mall department a Bankrupt, and transact such other her parents, Mr. and Mrs". Allen commission, andt Rail , Road pass business as may properly come Mounts. John Lair of Carico, ifora Cincinnati to London, Ky., before said meeting. was with our merchants Tuesday", asklbgiiral ho come to Cincinnati A. R. Buknam, Jr., ' Mrs, R. J. Lemonds and daugh at once, and bring bis, working Referee in Bankruptcy. fore sprfng, tl)e Rail ffoyCom-rrpoe.C8-.yiLfje,'trt &l" 3J(.ftr.UJrnakePresr r T"-o uansrme - ft..5Ai u Beaper m .35 lb .05 . . . ; A'b 1 tm s v4-,w- - rsftStos. Cans Cans Cans Cans Cans -- 5it n, 3 3 3 3 3 Pink Salmon, for y .25 Nice Pumpfcbi,ibr .25 "Scott County Hominy, for. 25 Fine Peaches, for .25 lOc-si- ze .uttj'VSWri k fc. JL buar,bom.-tor1?lHrt2- 5 MiHDL. "fMV rv .K..& .TWa U11MIUM 1UI s V e - -- Qlass-pape- r B. tlme.w-MissostE- tta Bon Boh Baking Powders 3 pounds best Head Rice, for .25c .25 '" .11 "1 d Ks A Most Startling and s Extraordinary -- Clearance Sale J- - I ; PRICES SMASHED 1 -- fr i. us c- - - " ' " y A Golden We must Opportunity for the People sacrifice the balance of our Winter - Goods to make room for Spring Goods. Men's and Boy's Suits, Overcoats, Sweaters, Underwear,- Ladies' and Misses' Suits, Cloaksf'-Goats- , 'Winter- Dress Goods, Shoes, Hosiery, and a long list of seasonable goods, are ' Not enough of any cut to Come at once item to quote 'prices on here. and share in the feast. give-away-prices. R-- . ' w6eks-wlthMr.-an- d -r-- arld-Mon'- t forget that, when yourare ino.need of American Fence, Furniture, Stoves and Ranges, , . anything else, the man to oail, Goods Ui III DilllLIl Prices -- s. V. MT. VERNON KENTUCKY ibrt'fciJfaWii"iiW' ' -i '" iVi ir,xHSjsai5$B V&tmLgi&aaeMton,, w.,i.. .1 n. ,M ,f!I)ri-- 1 ,mmt - , Winn7MiniifcM?iMdtoMiM TTTrn , ,,. .. n . ii MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Jan. tfi. 1914 Mimtrmma&saBasmti6& ' ' --- . J ft ' , imTi iiiiim ilia ,..,. ... mi i iniiin .. g iVii nrv r - ... mim. i.i. iFii',"fiiirS1ftWIMfrrrfcr,,. ' . - 4mm.m ..i rjrfa-'T- " - - fit in,J " ru nil. "r7" '""" HmiSwo f " ! JL "" iimHmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmHmmmmmmmmmmm J jH ihi'w mi iii ii kiiii ii w iiimihii 1 it mi i iniiiii ii niiiiini iinauiiui nniaimMBMiaM Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, OnSCRtPTION ONR YRAR $1.00 v1 - -i Advertising rates made known on application MKMBItR OF KF.NTUCKY PRFJSS ASSOCIATION Ml PliTWfra 7fesi il ' 4Tz i i,fii.i...u....ulY EDUCING -7- --"' f,1- "- """TiTT'i" "V' '" SALE lifV..f.M itwSSSSB. WW i 3 M . 4 f1 Hn U iflifllVtcLOTtfcnAPr1 ,1 Store ,,. HI i Lili VBmm.i BRISTOL TO LEXINGTON Continued from last week. In order to accomplish this work, Kentucky only has to do as much lis Vii'giuia, and assuming that the Kentuckians will do their share ol the work with the same progressive spirit that characterthe highway ises the Virginians, will he' an accomplished fact with in J .v I H Change places with us HA' thonevt two or three jeirs Many persons laughed at the oT const fiicin impracticability highway tho Memphis across Tennessee, but that road is comlpe ted now abbut while the saoio .spirit thai prompt ed it, has aroused tho Virginians to the task of constructing a sim ilar highway from Brisiol across the Old Dominion to the national capital. The same people are a'o constructing a highway from urjsioi 10 uiueneia, w. vu., ana $ tho good road enthusiasts assert thnt- tins is tho boerinlllne' ot Wllat n 0 Bristol is destined to be tho highway. Leaving Bristol, the Bristol-tLexington highway runs nine County, miles thru Washington Virginia, which link has just been surveyed by the state highway engineer. The fuuds to build this jfink have been provided by bond ,uDscriniions y. i issue ana private three-fourths -- iiiii tt txsi Hi -- P for a short time and you will know why we have forgotten about profits. The weather man has been kind to you in oneway, while ho has liceti ry unkind to us lie Ii is nuulo it possible for you to savo nio'iii'), while making it necessary for us to tnko tin loss. Ui'J fl H trAltl Berating the weather man will do us no good - we must tnko our medicine, we must gft money out of the merchandise that was bought t iscrvn o i in c ild weather th re will becold for us we cannot wait f r it - we have too many winter goods to sell. (i n mi $ 12 HO 10 00 9 75 8 75 W Prices must tell the rest of the story and we intend to make them work overtime - two dollars will do the work of fou i stocks (for youX.l.1'0111 11()VV ""til aie in tho cash drawer. n 39 Nuf instead instead instead instead instead instead of of of of of of - h ere s the story in figures c Ladies' Suits $'25 8 00 7 75 v , 00 2n 00 18 CO 16 50 1.6 00 12 50 Ladies' Coats ? 10 00 10 00 9 75 7 75 6 25 3 2 instead of instead of instead instead instead int'tead ' -- of of of of 20 18 16 13 12 00 00 50 50 50 5 00 UUUb tUUUkJ llll'isiu This county has voted bonds for tfie building of its link of the now highway, and work is to be comLee counmenced in the spring ty, which adjoins Scott on the west, has already constructed nearly fifty miles of the new highway. This means that tho Virginians have provided for 75 of its 93 miles of the Hristol-to liniuiljlini 1 ' Money $ 14 5d - worktn IN O'l'l of of of of of $ 20 00 18 )0 15 30 12 50 10 00 - ov&ttim DEPARTMENTS 95 95 95 75 50 00 discotfnts,-v' , . Men's Suits . Lexington highway, extending to Cum berland Gao. Gap, Bell From Cumberiand instead of . $ 10 00 $ 12 50 instead of $ 3 50 .$"4 50 County, Kentucky, has construct 11 50 instead of 9 00 3 00 instead of 4 00 ' 8 50 a macadam road to Middlesboro, 10 00 instead of m 3 50 instead of 2 75 but Irom that town to Crab Orch instead of 9 5U 8 00 instead of 3 00 25 2 ard, Ky., a diatance of 98 miles, insteod of 6 00 7 50 2 50 1 75 instead of highway has not been ptovided tho for. At Orab Orchard the highway route connects with the Ceninstead, of tral Kensucky system of turninstead of 14 00 $ '20 0U 75 $ $8 50 pikes, over whicy Lexingtou and 17 50 instead of instead of 8 oo 12 00 5o other Kentucky towus may be instead of instead of 15 00 7 oo 10 00 00 11 0') instead of instead of reached. 6 oo S 50 5o 10" fiO High The Bristol inhtcad of instead of 5 oo 5o 5 00 way Assocsation will take up with the coanty officials and with others in Kentucky tho matter of push to com pie Ing this undertaking tion It is believed, judging from recently published information concerning road legislation in Kentucky, that that state will suon bo orr. Kta va. in a position to enter more active Iy into the work of road constructions. The building of the link from Middlesboro to Crab Orch ard would be a notable triumph, Fayette CoJ. day with Mr. and Mrs Nel Par' CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH FOR FROST BITES AND rince it would be the means of bo only b,v circuitous routes, loos Dodge, Leqniglon, rett. Mr. and Mrs bam Uryant REMEDY ing much in tiim CHAPPED SKIN and adding to Ky. highway direct completeing this FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles Mis Marion .vjsited. Mr. and the expense in a way to make it For frost Ml ten ears, fingerand remedy Ins no suoorion an(l Eyefflnssei. for $1.50nn(l up. Gold, This from tho southeast into Kentucky N' Tredway Saturday and Sunday. for coughs and colds. It is pleas bilvor and Aluminum Frnmes. I.nr-- toes: channtd hands and lins. chil. wholly impracticable. COVK and Ohio. ost Following are the officers of 'RB Shepherd s.ld to C. L. Rid- - ant to take. It contains :io opium Free selection of In town. Kyen tested b nins, cold so es. red and roucli It is doubtful if Kentucky conic Yeiru experience. sums, there js notning to equal ngon and team of mules, or other narcotic. It a!wa)S cures die one Lexington Highway enter upon another single enter- Hristol-tTJ B, Shepherd wa in Rast jWiceSlOO.-MhBucklen'.s Arnici Salve. Stops Onie Silvers For sale by all deilers ses , Bernstadt first il prise that would hold inoie of sig the pain nt once and heals quickly. the week on JKWBMJR AND OPTICIAN. and Edith Adams were in Mt. In every home there should ne of thai Mr J. H' Wolio, President, business nificance to the people Kd th Misses COX BROS. STORE aiul' A TKX AS WONDER. week.-M- iss box hnndv all the time Best 6tato than that of building the Speors Ferry, Va ; Mr. N. Ii Man le Adams were tho guests of Notjcr: Tho end of the year remedy for all skin diseases, itchMaude Ad. una was the guest of - The Texas Wonder curesJddney necessary links to make a com Sec'y., Bristol Misses Mattte, Fannie and Virgie pilt-etc. 25c. Miss Nora Shepherd Sunday night and bludr er troubles. removing is drawing near and as short settle ing eczema, extending fron Mr. James Mafct, Ass't. Sec' v., Riddle plete biuhwny, Saturday afternoon. All druggists or bv mail. H. E. Miss Fannie Owens, was' the grauel, cures t'iaoets, weak and ments makes long friends, please Lexington to Bristol. Notonlj Mt. Vernon, Ky.; Mr. Henry Rob Andrew Moore of Hamilton, Ohio, Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. cuest of her tto friend's Susie all irregularities of the kidneys corne and settle up your ac- Louis. then have i erts, Trers., Bristol, Va. would Kentuckians is visiting in this vicinity Mis men and womon. counts and we will still be friends Kid. and in boty and Grjco Riddle Friday VICE UIUSIDENTS: dirict route over the Blue Ridgi es Hattie Langford, Edith Notice: Haviug recently sold blwdder troubles in as ever. J. W. Riddle filled his appoint- - Regulates to the South Atlantic states hu' a Mr. H. H. Spahr, Benhams, nud Leta Proctor spent Satcr my farm I wish to' sell mv stock by your Yours respectfully, children. If no: sold familiar route eastward to Rich Washsngton, Co., Va., Mr. I. P day night with Miss Helen Hack- ment at Chestnut Ridge Sunday Mr and Mrs. Jlini 'Parrotdruggist, will be sent by mail on Jan. 2 3L .Jonas Mckenzie o. goods at Quail, Ky. Ifyou wis'i t Norfolk and Washington; Kane, Gate . mond, Co., Vh., ney. Jake Hackney is with his Mr. and Mrs 'JpjjU Parrot Sun- - f"ecelpt to go into general merchanof $, 00, One small bottle for the Hon. (J. T. Dunca', Jonesvilh, uncle, Jons Proctor at Richmond. day.- -. Eld Louan Onis will in two months t.eatme ,t, ndsel- dise business and keep highway willbe completed before Loe Co., Va., Hon. Jaclfson Mor Willie Shepherd was in the Skegs meachat .he chool h .use the C call on mo at once at Quail. VT it will be possible to construct thf ris, Pinevillc, Bell Co., Kv., Hon creek section for so tie reason tir Sunday in f'obruary. There lom talis to periect a .cure, aena Jr L.onover 111V Jan. Mf. t:.. "D1UIC nUUUIIIK n thn ovnuui Trr ruct mnnifl C trHm ItlU ....w nt ..w. KUIl. .. Jim J. A. Proctor. nr'i Mk .Jt iwuiuuMui.TMiHMu links to complete the Bnstol-t.!.. m II II KIM il ,. I13V houe every Sunday. P. D Sampson, ....... .v. Barhourville. .........j, rnm II,. T Aij.ll. III IlllOr UN states. Dr. E W. Hall, 2926 Lexington road. Kuox Co., Fy., Mr. Geo. C. Hemstadt. was with his brother J. ' MT. VRRNON, KYV Sold Olive street, St Louis, Mo. For a direct route between Ken Moore, Loudon, Laurel Co., Ky., W Kidcile Irom Thursday until by Druggist. Fron tRooins oer Rakeri Storo tucky aid tho Middle West State Hon. L. W. Betiiuruni, Mi. Ver Sunday. Miss .MuttluQ khis wis Ont amplication aAnthei anil heall a rough l'hoiic . nlmnlvhkln anil uitin r.fu.t.d rtiifoVI VtfTeCtl . . I Highwav non., Itockcastle the Ky , Hon. the guest of Miss's Maltiu and cure, l.czcma, trylplai, tiler, U'crfnu i lain aiteaits yieia la us curative propnu... 30X24 la absolutely essi'nt'il. and tlia Shelton M. Saulle), Stanford, Lin Fannie Riddle , Frh'ay BETHURUM &. LEWIS Tor Infants and Children, 50c. a box. At all Dmrrittl. Chan's S.nl for tnt limpl. and book niaalili and IKaulr. appacht" this coin Co.,Kv., Hon. Lewis Walker. Shepheul hiuI Ne sun Horst weiv . The Kind You Have Always Bought the Kentuckians iDHMiTnu. ua nwav a co.. at Law Attorneys 1730 Sprins Oardcn St, Phil., is not to be doubted for a i cment. Mt caster, Garrard Co,, Ky,, Hon in Mt Vornon Monday -- Mr nndi Bldg. FOR FLETCHER'S Offices in Betliurum Bears Vei t V H. Phillipr. Nicholasville, Mrs. Geo Patrott uud children Travel from the Middle Will practice in all tho Cou s , tho Loutheast in automobiles cai Jessamine, Co, Ky., Major V. K. spent Saturday night and Suu- Signature 13 12 10 7 00 50 50 75 instead instead instead instead instead Ladies' ofHats instead instead of instead of instead of instead of instead of Hand Bags 8 00 7 U0 6 00 4 00 3 00 2 50 Men's Pants Boys' Suits Men's Overcoat s u TTON & McBEE s"hat. I POUND! J . o J. C. MOORE 11 Ke-Min- Va.-Tonn- .. s I Mul-lin- Bristol-to-Wasningt- it, - vi-it- ed S.-ot- jcytocycxyf T- post-offic- m o CM I I I I J 1 . n, -- tl. Dentist 49-S- CTTEKflr 1" 1 Brbtol-to-Lexingto- n 'o, CASTOR A yz&&yr& 1 - ofS J Children Cry P- . CASTORIA - '" "" "' " wmmmmmmmmmmmwBvHBSJB3mmmm$mmmmmr,tMM y?nS33SiCSfcE . - w m ? -- m i .mp . ,.- -. , . . . i rr'a'Mi l u,rn - MT. VERNON .,a - ii SIGNAL i&, 1914 Every man knows something he will not tell - Oblsk flour always reliable! Fcf ale, by 'Mt. Veiinoni Ky Jan iiiftwa. .,ah- -: yJ -, IK, ?5 frr- " .. r if ;..-- . 1 a- - - ?:: fflraiff . .it . - 1- - X.? -- 4s ..,',- 3.V.- - The order was placed Wednes- iLng. day night for the machinery, wire J For pastry and cakes, use Ob, W. H. Jones is just completing etc. for the Mt. Vornon Power Co. isk flour. For sale by one of the best store buildings in and before April ist. the lights "an J. F,Guiffiw. the county, on 'the site wheie ho will be on in Mt. Vernon. There will be a Civil Service ex nas aone DUMness lor many years Employes of the National Ex- animation held at Livingston, Ky., at Wildie. press Co. at Troy, N. Y. have o Ieb. 2oth for fourth class post K. J. McKinhey bought of R. B beey ordered to lay off three days n T""1 lLOUItVILIC & NASHVIILC R. FI. Co. Mullins his farm near Maretburg. a week, begineing January 1st. Notice: To all who owe me Mr. Mullins took iu the two resi- Poor business as a Parcel Post TIME TABLE. please call and settle, as I want is silken thread dences of Mrs. McKinnov on competition. 22 north. 14.01) p m tobalanco my book for 1913. ,k West Main golden fabric of success. Robort L. Richurdson, a Cin 24 norm . 3:53 a m W. M. Poyntkr. '. . cinnati salesman, well known tu 23 south )i:43 a m G, T. Johnson has exchanged C. H. Mullins cleans and blocks is this territory, died in a Louisville tie 21 douth sr to store. 12:19 a m his concrete s,tore building on naisouaii kmus. Special attenHospital, Wednesday, as a result Jas. Landrum, Agent, West Main to Judge Griffin for of injuries received by being run tion given 'to ladies garments. merchandise eloquent his Newcotnb Ave. residence and Phone No. 8. over by a train at Lebanon Junc- We make old suits look like now. "-- j will move to itsoon. appeal daily use tion a few weeks ago. He was French Dry Cleaning. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice t Dr. W, D. Laswell and Miss a native of Berea and his remains Mt. Vernon. at lepond'claii mall matter. is manifested in ' Ball, of Bcrea, Were married weio takeu there for burial. The directors of the Mt. Veryesterday. The wedding took PERSONAL generous performance. non Power Co., met Tuesday and CLUB NOTICE. place at Berea. They returned to y W. T. T6dd the barber, is The Woman's Club held a busi- mnde a calj for 25 per cent of the Mt. Vernou yesterday afternoon. is one be included improv nj. ness meeting at the home of Mrs. amount subscribed Work of in G T. Johnson has bought a lob stalling electric light plant will Mrs, Sam McC lire was reportfinancial in R: Gentry, on Tuesday afterE. at Orlando; is having a store noon ed very sick jesterday. to discuss the lyceutn course, gradually move along until the fina room erected and as soon ns commerchandise of quality is that has been under consideration emf is reached. Mrs. T. G. Reynolds Mr. and in pleted will go there and engnge in for some time. were over from Wildie Plans for this Monday tlio Miss Helleii B. Wolcott, Collab- peace of mercantile business. George course were shopping. perfected and given orator of the State Canning Clubs $ sold goods there several years over to the Commercial Club for will be in Mt Vernon, Monday Mrs. Snroule and Mrs. Etta ago. the to year, on these consideration. Further notice re- start the work in Rockcastle. The Brown were here from Brodhead 'A couple" said Mrs. Simpkins garding this will appear later. state has appropriated $loo. In Wednesday shopping. remember of "got married va few days ago, The next regular meeting of the addition for this work in RockMrs. Gardner of E'izabethtown a courtship of fifty years." Club will be held at the DormiClothes long after you the price. i spending the winter withlur castle which will the "I suppose," replied Mrs Simp-kin- tory, on Saturday afternoon. Jan, work for six months. maintain EiJa daughter, Miss Evelyn Gaidrer in Mss "the poor old man had be i7ih at 2:30. Miss Ream will Mt. Vernon. in thin Carson will be in charge come to leeblo o hold out any have charge and will give a dem county. While here serving on the Jiirv longer.'' Not only onstration of salads. Deliver the Goods F. F. Robins has bsen a tool Much ciiditj's due the present the members of the Club are in- PARENT TEACHERS' customer of our splendid den ist, ..ASSOCIATION. Grand Jury for the way they have vited, but every one that is interDr. P. H. Conover. ested in Home Economics. Preparations have been made to gone after the, boot'eggers. We We are glad to see Cashier A. B. make the Assohope to livo to Fee Furnish outugain after being con all venders of this the lime when TO THOSK WHO OWB ME! -- If ciation meeting of espeoial inter damnable stuff you pay me your account for I9I3 fined to his room lor near'y two est this month. Mr. J. W. Brown will be put out of business fir all and it happens to be larger than weeks with mumps. will give the addross of the aftermo to come;1" t the other fellows, I will make you Mr. D. R. Brock is with his noon, a fotcoful talk upon the The Commercial Club had a a present of a $15. all wool serge daughter, Mrs. E. S, Albright (or harm of the cigarettes. Every par very enjoyable and enthusiastic suijj, or if it should be next to the a few days and attending the community is urgently meeting Tuesday evening. Judge Biggest I will give you a $5. Stet- eijtgjn the at the Baptist church. requested to meet with the pupils L AV. Bethurum, K. RJ son hat. I have a few Ladies and Supt. W. A. B. Davis was called Gentry and Chas. U. Davis gave Misses coats which will go abso of the upper grades to hear tho to helpful talk. Special music hn& to Brodhead, last Monday evening interesting talks on subjects as- lutely at cost, yhijn thpy last. J bown planned. May tho Associa on account of the illness of his signed them which was followed especially invito you to call in and tian count on you? Wednesday daughter, Mrs. Walter Robins. by a nice lunch. Join the club and oxamine my full lino of mens and is the day. Two thirtv is the. hour. Mrs. B J. Bethurura camo over be a "Booster." hoys all wool, serge suits, which The Graded School Chapel is the LEVEL UKEEN! Graded High School Notes.. San Diego, Cal., Jan. 16 14. w from Somerset Saturday, to visit I am offering (it the lowest pos placu, " The oldest business house in v .. Mr. Jep French, of Colorado, ,T Former expositions have shown : . relatives and bo with the Judge, farm ot 100 wild men and women from the was visiting relatives hero a pauarr. The , attendance of the Graded For SALK:--M- y Mt Vernon is that of Miss Kate sible prices. Thanking you fbr while hoishere holding court, your patronage during I9I3, and acres, one mile south ot Wildie, jy'lc'loolmS been holding up well, Mooro; groceries. Yy Was establtsht Antipodes, but it has remained of last AVeek, C. n Mulhna wjisJO H&aZ T?7voralr new pinMs have en . ere c by her brotbeu J, W; Moore in the asking a continuance of the same Goocfive room dwelling house.l for the San Diego Exposition to in this coufinunity Inst Tuesduy. . 1 'Err LOCAL Mmtm icnool dme rent rooms. this year. lam;' barn and outbuildings, one tenant find a whole nation of wild men early 7q, something over tk" Little Vella and Huzoi Hlitchor if Rev. ia jSlockbridgo, tho Presby Yours truly, A littlexaah makes a bier noise house, well watored with springs, within the borders of the United wore very siclr a few days htscl ago. Jonas MpKenie's terian minister gave a splendid M. Adams, at Fish most under cultivation. J. Will sell States, a whole vast area where week. general store U iiext oldest bust Mullins ahd Mrs 0 Brodhead, Ky. on reasonable terms. For futher nothing has progressed since be- little son, spent last week with talk in rhapel, Monday morning. Ho beIf you are a bit particular about ness house in 'town, particulars, apply to Rans Coffey ANo, Mr. (J. C. Davis, one of the Mexico by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Den the quality look for the Fish label gan business at ii preseut stand IN THE DISTRICT COURT GF on adjoining farm. fore tho invasion of membeis of the Board. Miss twenty five ytars ago; the firm Mary J. Hayhs, Cortez in 15I7. This area is in Vauhook, at Ocaln. G. Mi Sow-deTHE UNITED STATES Jesse Ortou id the new janitoi being and Miss Bradley cave in Berea, Ky. northeastern Arizona, Thompson & McKenzio. Jan. 9 3t. and tho of Etnn, has moved hero to FOR THE EASTERN PJ8TRICT Op and handy man around the Court teresting talks, No bad bread with Oblisk fl our. Santa Fe Railway will cover ten one of his father's houses. SevMetkok. While on her way House. KENTUCKY Tho High School Literary Soacres of ground at the Exposition eral of the boys and girls here are ciety elected For) sale by homo, neir Buckoye, from town, officers lor the ensuIn The Matter Mushal & Cox, barbers, will oc a n. 9 3t. with as close a copy of this attending school at Plato -- - M iss ing month: J. F. Griffin Monday afternoon of Mrs. G. 0. Jim Thompson, Pres., cupy the west room of the Rider at Mt. Vc'iv ,Snllie. country as is possible to produce. Maude Thompson Fish witnesst the flight of nn im- Martisiia Thomas, in Bankruptcy Stewart, Sallio building. rirm name This loculity is known as the non for a few weeks' mense Meteor, r.'ie course of it Missel T. Singleton Key nobis, Secretary, Miss Row-le- i "Hominy" DoBord was fined being from Northwest to South Painted Desert. Its a land whore Mrs Wm. Hurst, who has been On this 7th day of Jan. A. D. Critic. The Society has been in two cases no white man has dared attempt vory sick for a few days, is ini $60. each, east Its brightness wa? almost 191 (, on considering the petition doing groat work and it is a splenor procuring whiskey agriculture or mining, where proving and will soon lie ont did training for blinding and its passage consum of tbe aforesaid bankrupt for disthe pupils. there is nothing but the Indian, again. W. J. Brown was pver The Rider store is now located ed something like six or seven charge filed on the 7th diy of Jan. You tiro most cordially invited from Walnut Grove, Sunday, and to attend the Literary his ancient civilization by the in the East room of the new seconds before it disappeared and A. D. 1914. it Is ordored Society living in six story bouses of 100 .spent tho day with his parents seemingly fell somewhere near court that a hearing be had upon i Hotel Boone Way. winch is two twenty o'clock rooms without an outside door. Wade H. Mullins and family have every Friday nftornnon. Cove or Pleasant Valley, two the same on tho iOth day of FebProf. Jesse Fish is teaching p doiag the same things in the same moved back to our village. We miles away. ruary A. D., i9i4, before said VM ::! ft!iiiniK!mw;f subscription school at Medical gladly welcome them back- again. way his forefathers did for court ut Covington in said distilct Springs, near Wildie. EXAMINATIONS SET FOR beforo white men came to Miss' Mollio Osvens bus le at lo: o'clock, in the forenoon, or L. M. Davidson's stoie, on tbe turned from a pleasant two weeks' America 130 POSTMASTERSHIPS as near thereto as practicable, and It hs the only real continuous Comparatively few white men stay in Eton, G.i. Miss Mary Mae East side, was broken into and door opening. Examinations for fourth class that notice thereof be published about $25. worth of goods stolen Post masterships will Hoops made of tested steel. have penetrated this district. Lathim has been sick for throe ML one time in The Mt Vernon Sigbe taken at Hoops can be adjusted from lad a few nights since. None has lemained there. At weeks but is improving and will towns from nal, a newspaper printed in said 130 different Ohio der front door frame. long intervals a scientist has pene- soon be able to return to.Ltingdon Doors made of California Red. W. G. Hysinger and Dave Tal- Fob. 7 to 14. Kentucky will hold district, and all known creditors wood, "The Wood Eternal." of the red Dormitory. Laiiuir Thompson, trated the fastnesses ent took 1500 pounds of tobacco examinations at 75 different points and other persons in interest may The location of our factory give u iwllrrTwiiiirs and vellow hills. Indians emerge after a two months' absence from lowest freight from mill to factory, and from fac appear at siid time and place ind to Richmond, Monday, for which from Feb. 7 to 25 U. S. Civil you. a belttr from it occasionally but they in- his school on account of sickness, tory to us 6V for catalogSilo and Sav monty by and prices. writing the received q to 14 cents. Secretary Earhart, of Cincin- show cause, if any they have, why ' LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. variably return. Their homes aro has recovered sufficiently to reIncorporated) j nati, will be in charge. He has the prayor of said petitioner No chance for a mistake, when the indentical buildings erected sume his work at Poplar Grove. MUtatlon you use Pioneer Self Rtsing flour. been instructed that preference in should not be granted. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Spivey, many centuries ago. Their pot- WITNESS the Honorable A.I. appointment will bo given those For sale by terv is the same, used for the same after a few days' visit to his J. Cochran, Judge of said Court, now Postmasters. J. F. Gifi'in. Jan. purpose and in tho same rude mother in the south, have returned and the seal thereof at London in Claude 0. CoSc has resigned ns manner. Their customs and to her father's, M. B. Jones, and There is not a merchant or busi- said district, on the 7th day of Cashier of the Peoples ness man here today who was Assistant tribal lawsremaln unchanged since will likely be there till spring iTKrf' J&u-ldo Jan. A. D. 19x4. C JCTrC5cWlliLMk. and Charley Thompson has ing business in Ml. Vernon 85 to the con- - Mrs. Wado H. Mullins has been Bank when no man knows W. MENZiES, Clerk. J. small confined to her room several davs irrigato accepted his place. Mr. Cox has years ago and only one profession trary. They By S. W. S7ACY, D. C Miss Ora Mr patches of grain just as did thuir with rheumatism not decided just what be will do. al man remains. Thefollowine forefathers. Tbe country repels Brown, spent Monday muht with The revival ut the Baptist church have passed "over the river to rest Trees", Misses Mollie and Al.a Owens. 1 Don't Blame us for Wet Faet even the hardy prospector. BAKING POWDER is dr.wing large crowds at each under the shade of the trees:" except those petrified iuto stone, The wedding of Mr. W. F O Rev. Don Q. Smith is J. F. Clark, J. W. Mooro, Wm. I when you can keep them dry Rervice. Miss Louciuda Bur are not seen. No two hills aro ot (cricket) and I nnd warm all winter ff doing the preacing, assisted by Weber, J, J. Williams, M. C. Mil-leton, was sokmnod, at thu home rocks of Rev. .1 M Cummiiih on the the same color. Tho very In a pair of (rHH Jack Adams Sr., and Jr., J. L the pastofjRev D. Edgar Allen. purest. Best aro variegated in hue. The piti- ninth, he bung the ollici ituig Joplln, H. C. Carpenter, Charles . The case against Parks Rey- Klrtley, J. E. Allen, M. F. Brink-leless sun scorches all vegetation en- - clerg mat, liete'.s wishing them fails. Best because nolds, charged with the killing of courged by the winter and spring a long and huppy life Hotel Henry Watterson James Houk, L. M. Houk, M. Robber m it makes every baking Bob Childress was continued after J. Miller, Geo B. rains. Footwetr M ' H Bragg, M. R. riTTY LOUISVILLE, KY. light, Huffy nnd evenly m 1 the jury had been selected. This Moore, Mrs, Sarah Wnlsh, D. N IU Fe exMembers of tho Santa They arc real m FOR FLETCHER'S The South'a moat popular priced, modem raised. Best because boots. Look at M case was brought to Rockcastle Williams, Wm. Fish, S. M. LZJj ploring party declare the Painted holrl them and you'll m Abiolutelr iltuated in the it is moderate in cost from Pulaski county on a change very hrart of the retail (hopping dutnetand Desert rivalstno wonderful Grand agree. Wo have m and Judge Geo. W. near allthe theatret. highest in quality. size now M of venue. Canyon of the Colorado In gran- BEST COUGH MKD1CINK FOR Some of those who moved Finett Cafe tn LouiiTillt, with moderate M H 'come got Mjgmt prlvea. At your grocers. deur and beauty of scenery. A them. Will away wore: Dr. S. W. C. A. Blanford , agent, and CHILDREN Brown, Club Ditakfnit from 25c up noon day Lunch SOct table de bote Dinner. 6 to 6 p. second party has been sent into it Owens, the valued Signal report- Houston, Texas, Dr. W. P. m $1 00 AUo claloratQ a la carte service 'I am verv iInd tn snv n ftiv in Hcttaurant. the great words in praise of Chamberlain's to gather material for Livingston, were here courtsome point in Florida; W. T. er of ftiithskeller opei from 4 p.m. to I a. m. RECEIVED Orchcitral and vocal mutic. exhibit tho railway will install at i Cough Remedy writes Mis Lida Mr. Owens Brooks, Paris, Ky ; L. M. Frazier ing Wednesday. HIGHEST Wear a pair Milwaukee, Wis. "I the San Diego Exposition, to con- Dowey, ROOM PRICES made a purchase of a Hue 27 jewel- Indianapolis;, R. B. Stanley and l Ut T' ijSfl AWARDS and save a tain everything possible to bring hive used it for years both for mv ed Kentucky Wagon Works move- Sam'l Barton, address unknown. With running water and HUlMfiU World' Pure Food Expo- from that region, a territory that children and myself and it never doctor bill privatu toilet $1 per day sition, Chicago, ment watch from watch inspect r John Watson Brown is the only seems to have been forgotten by fails to relieve and cure a cough With private bath $1.50 S.Uh Pari rpotUoD, Franc Franklin, while in town, to replace professional man who remains oroold. No Lnuily with children Nature-- herself. up to $3.1)0 per day M.rcb. 1912 ' it as it givcinl should be without ope ho Ud lost sometime since on with us that was practicing law in Lure samplo rooms AH kind of cleaning, nressino. most immediate rehof m cbmjs oH with private bath $2.50 a wager as t ) his standing with 1877 whbn the writer hndedin , to $3.50 por day. Chamberlain's Cough P and r'enabinir hut the ladies. Franklin claims tint Mt. Vornon. He deserted us Renvdyis pliMsant and safe (n I' i You are cordially invited to male thi done at a reasonable prico. Oppo tike which is oj great impor hi passed off on Will a $!. Inger once for a time to snnnd thin or our hcKJcjuarleia WMIe In LouiivUle, n i. only for a day. Hovo your mail mt mar b r,u .t.tI',i. "' lanlJiil. BorCluml. lit,Hi site Court house. 21 jeweled high four years in the Southwest on the soil watch for a tTict-- when a medicine in ist he ...... Kar .WM IT... P.A.... A.lifrri..H ..v... Vnii autll ilUt vmritr. lWt mrfreoBaiBtil-lnlirf- t nlways bo a welcome gur-wUUMmevtrrr I tttreiuu. C. H MulUns, given to young children For The Horrtc of Good Clothes Mexico border. grade movement. KOBERT B. JONES, Manager. " ' lir igjcritr It Kar mui ia Kit. Mt. Vernon. bale by all dealers. flour. No back talk with Tail 'talk Jan.'oflt, For salo by ' t. J. F. GfciEJN. At Mt. Vefhon lintel table ohe day last Wefrlt sat a Fox, Mink, bon, W. T. Short and D. H. j!s!gi k 'imlhx5fSSSrcTi7Silx: njMMMj.awinwiiiwirm L..rffsai " uJJK-L""!!! in, iwhwi 26HiSSE2SSaKS 79 up "No. 79 Whan wan toCommunio ante with BIONAL TTi" A iy Jan. J. F. GnirfoU. t. SsKS ! QUA Quality the the Quality Y that runs through H gpad-trall- ' the that Hiris custom Through quality, makes its in Quality not much writing, but in It the big asset that cannot a statement. Buying investing future mind. During coming think things. You'll after the quality forget Fish's Guaranteed s, "We and; Stand By What You Buy." Parent-Teacher- s' I re-viv- ul Co-Att- ALL AROUND the CORNER Next COURT HOUSE a hi ,!., V J forty-year- s !, W T- - Mo-Cor- d r, i.-- for-selli- n gn-pi- t i 1 ceil-turie- s Ser-vic- o y i F LOUISVILLE KT. t, T For Every BaMng ! C r, I I I CALUMET Best it's the because it never - N-e- l because y, Bur-dett- Mc-Clur- e. wrf mJUI 3M m ' .B 1 PH,your HHL Children Cry C ASTO R J 5 Mc-Ke- - CI I & M WW Jt 111. - blocl-iiiL."dein- I ) "-5- I -- I t. r- - L. ja '. f: " - . I . ,!.. mmimT' , I i "'" .".'!. SinirrnnnMf J - r - - .Tsra-rTSntrrri V Hm 1":7'-- ' -- ''in --n' Mini- -', m,j , ,fuf!inM'!ViiiimZM,.'i,i,!,,'mmi . .3sss;aswc'. WITiHBR (Delayed Chas.C Davis Mt. Vernon' Ky. h S . WA . l,-Ifc. - ' 1 r.-- ft 2 Mr, jWillle Whiiwell and sister with 'the 'MW Alice of Blos,spent Saturday Mullins i In merchants of this p'acc, regular, and Sunday with their uncle Milt seems as though Charley is doing Rash at this place. Ilev. CETarlle, bis business Cariulud uf this place is holding a a good business for thirty-nin- e. is tinu. Jcpthu French of Colorado sorle-- o) meetings at Preachers, By Dr A. G. Lovrm.. 7 o'clock open shop Thru the columns of your paper is visiting relatives oi this plaoj. ville, Mrs Billie Barnes and, as the best medium by whtrh the Mr. FrOnch has been away fi'. m children spant several days with till 9 o'clock open greatest number of our people'cau Jthis county for 13 ?years. ? r. Mrs. Barnes' lather last week. bo reached, I beg to be permitted 'French will go,to. Level Green so Little Shirley Carmlcal is number cordially welcome in to send nn important are to Visit his wifes'jupthoj', Mrs J. f. ed with the sick.Cbas. Niceley those who are tno.t vitally con' Btown Lofoje returning ho) j. accompanied by John Harmon v place o spout Sunday with Miss Isabellc corned, and in plain simple Ian' His wife used t be Miss So. sell Brown, ono of the counties t and Cecil Piug at Walnut Grove. gunge so that ever otic who reads' cess ful teaolio'rs Bom to ho foe Hiues of this placo has may understand. oh yon wilu of J. H, Mullins on Doc. 3thh moved to Mt Vernon and Mrs. The town of Mt. Vernon, is face to tho house sell you do like problem of serious an 8 pound, boy. Miss Bertha Rash has' moved to face with a Kincor oft London, visited her formerly occupied by Mr, Hines d import; one that must ha you. do Rev. James Baanes filled his and solved or dire conse cousins, Misses Noll and Grace Ruth regulai appointment at Mt. PiSgah Bullock last jjjsgli, Miss querices will bo the inevitable ro cousins, Saturday and Sunday. Wei MDIIidb Is with her suit. Misses Susie and Leona Audor another'New Year has set in and It hits been tho boast of Mt. . Vernon for geueraiinns that nor soil, Miss Pearl Anderson has just think of the many changes water supply was 'ample and of returned from a two weeks visit that have taken place in the hut year. Think of tho people who tho purest and best. Formerly at Level Green. Miss Susie and Leona Andovsou apd Miss Ruih have pawed into eternity. Then this was true, but many changes Misses again we wonder how many have Jiave come to this phee within tho Mullins spent Sunday with Lillio and Mary Mullins. Born to made new resolutions, and how jast decade, This valley thru many will try to live better in the which our whole system of water tho wife of Harrjson Drew, a line me past. l)o we supply comes, has filled up with boy. Elisha Anderson has pi.t tuiurcinanin over stop' to think how short our residences and manufacturing up his stock of groceries in tho II. lives aro on this earth ns com interests. With th's raoid giowih M. Mink stand at Ilcbinclt, and is doing a very good . business The pare with nnothor world, so boys of the town, amounting to i2i p;r and g r.s if heaven is not worth cent between the census years of little son of Spsncer Mullins who has been sick for tho month io seeking, what isV Clara Carmical i goo and 19io, comes the contam recovering from a severe spell inating influence that invariably rauitis very low. W. G. Mullii s is The undersigned, under orders of court, will, on of Disputanti," is clerking in ol lagrippo, Hazel the little follow such conditions as we find Woodall & Mullins st.tio during daughter ot Mts. Emma Barnes is confronting us now. a very sick child. the absence of Fred Mullins. wo navo nad twelve or more id fever with one CHRONIC CONSTIPATION WONEfERFUL COUGH between the hours of 10 A. M and 2 P. M. ,nt front door cases ol typh death in our midst' within a Mv REMEDY CUBED of Court House in London, Ivy., sell at public auction on mouths, somothing unprecedented Dr. King's New Discovery is "Five years'ago I had the Nor, a credit of three months the following property of estate in the History of the pvyn. Yt case of chronic constipation I eer known everywhere as tho remedy' : of Vincent Boreing, deceased, this is only a mild oint.tf what is knew of, and Chamberlain's Tab- which will sure.y stop a cough or of Eidfon, in store for us if we heed not the led cured me," writes S. F. Fish, cold. D. P. Lawson of JO Ittooklyn, Micli For sale by nil Tenn. writes: "Dr. King's New warning. Discovery is the most wonderful , of A glanco at tho topigmphy and dealers. of cough, cold and throai and lung Fok Sm,e: hp, Huber nudicine I ever sold in my ,toro. geology of ,tho valley gives thq traction boiler jtrjaenglne. in ti.st It can't be beat. "It sells without itoy to the whole matter. of each The town is built immediately class condition" ready for threshing any trouble" at all. It. needs no guarantee This Is true, because i Creek over a cavernous limcstine forma- or sawing,, feed,No i Rusel saw Dr. King's Now Discovery will of 10, 65ft traclr, 30ft relieve the most obstinute of coughs tion which rests ou a solid com pact mill, i ope Co. se tinu colds Lung troubles quickly magncsiau limestone that frtrms carriage, 3 gQy'd blocks, what is c died a water table. All lumber trucks,' 1 lathe mill, cm helped by its use. You should ' For particulars write, or call on the moisture from rainfall and (iff saw and other things belong keep a battle in the house at all limes for all the members of the otherwise ih it comes into the ing to u mill uot meii'i m.d. fanjilv. aoc. and gl.oo. All . t'hesnut Druggists or by mail. H. E ground and upper stratts of lime miles ol Brodliehd Administrator of incout Boroiiij, stone finds its way down to this Orove school hiiiis'e llucklen & Co., rutiadelptiui or St. Louis, Car Sino rvroN, water table and 'passes, ofMhru KY. Hrudhead, Ky. springs or supplies our wejls. Jan. 2 31 These streams formerly so pure FOR FLETCHER'S and refreshing, ore now by seep FOR FLETGHERi ago from s;nbles, privies, and SPIRO. other filth proudciug sources, which comes down thru crevists, Mrs. JcnUiie Decker and children concealed caves and the soil, carryThere are times in every woman's life when she are with her parents, Mr. aid needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. ing Feeds of disoasesand deatb. Mrs. Bradley. She will return to When that time comes to you, you know what tonic Tho rumedy Is, clean up apd her home in Indianapdis, soon.2' to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is comkeep cleaned; and establish a The men of this neigbboihood posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act " water system that an Jbedoperjdfid gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, have been attending court. Mr' upon. The first should be doue and helps build them back to strength and health. Bert Owens Is very sclr. There It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, thru ordinance so tar ns tne town were two candy part es last week, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful lemitsgoand apply the statutes onoatMr. Barto Dillingham the success, and it will do the same for you. for such other regulations as mayother at Mr. Geo. Roberts. Both You can't make a mistake in taking be required. All surface privies wore enjoyed by all. There was a privy vaults, improperly kept telephone meeting at Spiro last stables and garbage accumulations Saturday night, when new otlicers should be declared nuisances pur We are expect- were delected se with direct methods of dealing "WORKS WONDERS" better service now. Mr. Geo in" with them; stripped of all red tape a piece of old Albright was .elected trapper for furniture, doomed to nnd delays, tempered with disthe Spiro line and all mess ge Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., end in a darkr garret, can says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, cretion S'ptic tanks should he be restored to beauty and sent by persons not owning a usefulness by a coat of for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was Wily required in residences without exphone will bo recorded. so weak and nervous, and had such awtul dizzy PEE GEE all places where closets ception in Cable traded a fine cow and two V 'v spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and It Is easily applied, dries are needed. They are choaper sheep to Mr. George Brown for a as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." quickly and adds to thellfo and better than sewers costing and appearance of floors, two ear old colt. A crowd of begin taking Cardui today, bold by all dealers. furniture, and woodwork only a small fraction ot a case of young folks had a nice time at a Pee Geo Is a Stain typhoid fever. Mr. John DillinghamsV , W. B. mi and Varnish combined made Wi'liams A system of water works can be especially for beautifying homes Cable and Charlie inaugurated here cheaper thanaP Pee Gee comes furnished ntusic with a violin and in 11 Natural Wood colors, most any other town in Kentucky; banjo. Baut Hamm bought off. White. Cold and Silver Enthe water sterilized and supplied S amel. All sizes E. Craig, fifty acres of land, ad 4 to your residence for less money joining T. C. H annus farm. Mr CO. than yon can possibly obtain thrtf Henry Burdlne has rented the Mnuf3urcr LOUISVILLE KY, a well of your own, when consider property ofGeo. .Albright for the ing the elimination of dangerous year lflll. Mr. H. O. Cable is Our line of Couch Caskets 3931 JJ--i germs. Until this can be typhoid very feeble, was in bed Saturday f4 is unexcelled U'jj 1 and Suuday. Master Bon Browi. done it is advisable that all water 1 Hand-mad- e Coffinsfurnislied W for domestic uses be boiled and ir7 spent Saturday night and Suuda '1 rni in bji i' ITn.iiinn SCUI 'A' nil vn t4 r nC HI thdt every citizen bo "vaccinated" nnnl with his sister, Mrs Rose Mink liUUlOU uujmiioui ogainst typhoid fevor. Tld is A candy party was given at Mr he County . Saturday night, simply and easilv done (If you' Wash Heltons FOR FLETCHER'S All orders by Wire Promptly' Filled know how") and renders you imabout fifty were present. Freemune for a period of three to five dom school closed Tuesday with It consisted years. The do9tor should arm an entertainment. 9 h'mselt with a special needle ntaue mainly of recitations anddmlogu s MT. VJSRNON, KY Phone 94-for the purpose and uso the mediMarcuni vanbooic 01 Somerset, covering a cine three times, Spent from Saturday until Mon-drperiod ot 2ivda,ys. with W. H. Owens. drug: (39) shop Chas.C. Davis Mt. Vernon Ky. I'ftraoiiVMs Sanitation HOP E'WELL Lf tier; O. E' Children Cry for Fletcher's i My Phone No. at We You t run a.m. and p. m. our at any time during our shop you hours. We don't want to don't want, but, my anything what you to 'how we want. Let us show me-sU- i Tho Kind You IIuvo Always Bought, and which has heen in use for over SO years, has homo tho slgnaturo oC ana has been mauo nnucr his pcr- yyt-jz- sonal supervision since Its infancy. CttCuM Allow no 0110 to deceive you in this. " nro'but All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' ISxporliucnts that trlflo with and endanger tho health of Infants nnd Children Expcricnco against Exxicruncnt JuHt-as-good vxNcccccc'OCceJV rocoR-ni.e- CHAS. C. DAVIS Mt. Vernon Ky. goric, Drops and. Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fcvcrishncss. For nioro than, thirty years it has been in constant uso for tho relief of Constipation. Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles aha Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Fopd, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend CASTORIA What is snhstltuto for Castor Oil, Pareis harmless Castoria a GENUINE tfBr X CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS t gMHMHHHBI BANK STOCK FOR SALE The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over TH Saturday January -to-w- CINTAUN OOMA v. NvMfoTtTyivr"i oO Years 17, '14 SILVER SEAbPMNl HONEST. SIMON PURE. DURABLE.: X at. s 75c Shares Stock, Bank ofrMt. Vernon, Ky. Shares Stock, First National Bank London, Ky. with interest from 2 Bonds $1:000.00 Straight Nov. 1906, Mineral OUR SILVER SEAL' BARN AND ROOF PAINTS. Eight Colors. Thoroughly RcIUblc iuu tfvo StOPt lA0KfiaSTENtiM PRICES JFACTORY-TO-USE- R - ijav J rr ffAT0 Barrel lots .5 to 10 Gallons )i Bbl. 25als.) (SO PcrOal. gals.) 65c 60c 1 1 John S. Boreing, LONDON, - n-- ni f IMl WW.KMM. You Need a Tonic Oi.il drvej. 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Incorporated. t: i : ! t s j 1 1 : 1 1 : t : A Wholesale House of Cihcago ""'a : : : : t : : 1 1 SSSfft : : : 1 1 : t : s t : : t : , CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Said the best advertisement for a General Store is to advertise every week in your local paper. RE-NU-L- J. E. Mitchell, of ine Hill, Ky. Says the do blest' i way Has Helped Thousands. just like tSLMJ WKKKK handing the goods out. he he can advertise, is to is doing. Just keep LJIOiLJIUZi C CHEAP FOR CASH. UftDSBTAKBB "V PEASLEE-GAtfLDER- T THE GREEN FRONT : ; tNCOMPOHATIO j : s j 1 1 : : : : : : s : . 1 : : : : t U, G, BAKER 11 . s : : J jvi i : : s ; s : : : : s : s r : ; : 11 ; Children Cry JONAS McKENZIE SELLS. w. a. eox,i ' CASTORIA iz33nr Selz Shoes . S I , THE y &C3.$D3$tt i. Saddles at a reasonable price Men's Saddles, new, $4.00 and up Ladies' Saddles, new, $500 and up er XJCC33; "ROYAL BLUE" is to. your interest to examine the ' Selfc line before you buy. Padded, Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir- -, s rup-leath- Old Main Street back of Court House. W. T. DAVIS $dc$d$3: SkWM jcy&x&x& -- WORMS THE CAUSE OP YOUK CHILD'S PAINS. breath,.! A foul, disagreeable dark circles,arotihd tho eyes, at limes fevewtji with great thirst; cheeks flushed and then pale, abdomen swollen with sharp cramping pains are nil indications oi worms. Don't let your child suffer Kickapoo Worm Killer will give sure relief It kills the worms while its laxailVe effect add greatly to the health of your child by removing the dangerou. and s eifogt of worms and Kickapoo from the system. Woim Killer as a heallh producer should be hi every household. Perfectly safe Buy a box to day. Price 25c All Druggists or by mail Kickapoo Indian Med. Co. Fhili. or St. Louis. disa-gieeab- HIS STOMACH TROUBLES the Lamp Oil that """fan Nothlnir If nvm w i.. oaves Eyes cliar, ite&dy !... lijht! Inturo l in clear and clean without o) flicker down to the last drop, rcnnlylvanla crude oil reOncd to itrtectlon. Costs no more Oin the .Inferior gon oU-Your dealer hM 80LITE OIL In carrels direct from m- - nrk WOHK naveejt. avc MONEY-- Te pom-Mie- .uiiui. w- n p4... u. oiUII Ull :. Lexington, Ky. BarkflrKpTPaffflrKek, jym rrff LU: ttbWeVir.tlu-rit, OVER. Mr. Dyspeptic, would you not like to reel that your stomach troubles were over, lint you could ou desired eat any kind of food without injury? That may seem so unlikely to you lhat you do not even hope lor an ending f your trouble, out permit us w huiu j outhat it is not altogi ther impos can ce cuiea sible. It others poimanontly, and thouanas n ye been, whv 'not jou? John K Mich , IF you need a good pair of shoes it JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. is L Refiner at Warren, Pa. We tell the celebrated "No Cub" Auto Oil. tadiges in plaint until I hiduTatuUiv'or used Chamberlains lumei, men Sold by my troubles was over." all dealers. "as FURS JOHN AND HIDES HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commlijlon. Writ tor price- list mentlonlsg this ad. WHITES CO. louisville,ky. Established 1887