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Mount Vernon signal: January 23, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914012301_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: January 23, 1914 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. T v ar .3 "H. . v A" - - ? tL tttt HgMUgBaBBHBariaikBMA2 a 'Published Every i it i n am i m m r - Friday VOLUME XXVII. 'f&WW AU Ayy jjlii w MT. VERNON, .i J-- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY JANUARY 23, 1914 JWw'i Established l887 DUMBER 15 f 1 II "!. STYLE CLOTHES w vW ?,? t- -J QliN :35&i3&C "S- r".T. ' 3jX - 4a1m!j1 r- rt s'.'rr'::.'!-- 5 visifr'r4 ."i-?- x 5. . S yv-? '3;'!AfS'"SsJ 7, OURS THEY PREFER Simple as A B C Ours Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style No Wonder, 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 sei her with your own e es. Maybe you'll like lier 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 with you. The better the clothes you buy, the longer they last and the better they But look while you're wearing them. 3veryone prefers ours. They are best. E. ,L COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. --- W jP9sfi" V . $ T J 19.99 'S easier and more conven- - 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 adantsges chief among which is Automatic Bookkeeping. BANK WITH US PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. "" The Help'ng Hand you can most surely depend upon in time of trouble is your bank acBetter start' to acquire a count big one by depositing what you have -- ,in The Bank of Mt. Vernon. - .trouble comes what you have been prevented from frittering away will make a comfortable Yon'll Find the necessity of thinking before paying a great Incentive to saving. When I bftlae. i ?, The Bank of Mt. Vernon ift. reZr. A A what he had been feeding him and he said a little corn, a little hay and a few oats, and the doctor "nt. sasK&rfassSSSwy asked if he was bad, Moberly j fPtZFT? ' 't '.;' ic i s'ts7c wwa"-" '. .' i jibbtv & !! mL. ..e. jj ?r .tss'rfw- t&t& Js!.csc - --jvs? jv, r ';r,x.zz?3. said. middling. Webb notified witfc.u " j la rzxKZs ?s?sr:i ;.? . r aBB& .te ..i'-.- ri .T.V7E "Mr?." him thet Dr. Davis, of Rorpa n. "; veterinary surgeon, was there and he would call him and our mer chant, L. H. Da eis answered the phone andptold. him to go toj R, j. Webbs' and get one ounce of Squidleaughn and give it accord ing to directions. So, if ?my one has use for a veternary surgeon, please call on L. H. Davis. C. E, Rice was in P .ris, Ky., Tuenday, lb BagStandard Granulated on business, Mrs. W. H. Pon$ 1.20 g der is visiting relatives in Terre Haute, Ind. lb .Bag Granulated Sugar, J H. Browning was in Corbm. Tuesdav. Mrs bags, for LOO F. Dishon, is visiting with purchase of 5 lbs good Rio Coffee 1.00 her mother, Mrs. Emma Jones, of this place. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. 1 Bbl. Finest Berry are visiting relatives in guaranteed Lebanon Junction this week. 1 The Holiness people be"gan their Finest lb. 1 servjegs here Saturday night and "M. 1 Fine 2nd are having large crowds. David Flour Rambo and Geo. Arnold were in M. Iv. .Tarvis the sublet of this sketch was bjrn .and reared o i a 1 lb. bag 2nd Louisville, Wednesday. We will farm a few miles west of Albany, Clinton county, Flour for Kentucky. His 65 early life was spent on his fathers farm, doing all kinds give particulars later. Misses of farm work 1 1 0 lb, bag good, Roasted Coffee,for ",a" ia"s io coe lot or a tarmer boy.- - .Being the oldest of a Grace and Pearl Fields, and Edith Wadkins, of Stanford, are visiting large family of children, and his fathers larm being small, it became Big 5c Boxes Matches, for necessary for him to make his own support, and at friends and relatives at this place the age of seven-eeand will enter school at Berea. yeus with practically no education, be bid good bye to the old Gallon Bucket L. G Palin was in Mt. Vernon, homestead, and being ambitious to accomplish some good in Syrup the world Tuesday. R. J. Lemonds was in began life's struggle on his own account. First he worked on the hand-picked farm as a hired hand, then on the railroad and as. rWlr inn Hr Louisville, Monday. The Picture Beans,per lb store; and in the mean time, at intervals attended school. Afterhav-m- g Show conducted by Fred Owens. Cans- - Fine is doing a acquired, a high school education ne became Corny f&r v25 aeacfier in the ot Mt. Vernon,Napier was bjg bnsj MT common schools of Clinton count, and while nessWV arrested teaching began the Cans Big, lb. o.uuy ui iaw, unu aicer-navinfor completed the course usually followed a few days ago, charged with mistreating his wife. The case was in preparing for the bar examination he was, at the May term 1890 Cans of the Clinton Circuit Court admitted to the bar, Salmon, for .25 at the age of twenty called Tuesday in Squire Arnolds court, but the bird had flown, and two years. He has practiced his profession with fairly good success he left behind him a 3 Cans Nice forfeited and in i894 was elected County Attorney of Clinton for county bein bond. There will be a banquet at the first Repubrican to hold that office in the connty. Cans Scott County Having proven himself au efficient, sober, honest and capable the Masonic Hall tonight (Wedfor. nesday;, given by the.young folks officer was twice re elected; and in November 1903 WJ io.a n; : of the town in honor of Misses Peaches, for Judge of the 28ih Judicial District, which office he filled with ability, Grace aud Pearl Fields and Edith . b.inj at the same time of his election th ;ui(UoUOl ; :J r mimo wutmi juuge in Watkins. Cans 1 Oc-si- ze Bon Bon Mrs. Nora Jenkins has ineotate. AttheNovemberelectionl909hewas elected Commonwealth's been very siok for a few days but Baking Powders .25c Attorney wiinout opposition, from either party, and has just com-- is some better at this writing. pounds best Head Rice, for eted for years of his term, and has in that time distinguished him- Johnie Bullock was in Paris, Ky., 9 Tuesday In our last weeks' letone of the, most capable and successful prosecutors self as being in the State. Has secured the death penalty in two cases, a large num- ter we failed to mention one imber of life sentences lor murder, a record not previovsly excelled in portant, item. We were massing the exchange but did not know it the district. was really the exchange until we That Judge Tarvis is a self made man in the true Sense of Startling and Extraordinaiy the asked some one up town, but this word is admitted by all. is what we heard. Hello, Wildie. He was early in lice, and while a mere boy thrown upon" his own why don't you answer? Stand up resources, without the backing of influenzal friends. h.,t hqthere and talk ; don't stand there euiirely upon a young vigorous manhood, an honest heart and like-- a an amblock haad. Who do you bition to make life a success. How well he has succeeded is want, dad sap it? Talk Judge by the people of the 28th Judicial District, the great maiorityOVof hello Judge Livingston whom have the utmost confidence ia his honesty and integrity wants you Judge did you answei? 5, ...j , u uno uuiuim. Whv don't you answer? Hello, He has lived a tober, moral and upright life, always Wildie, there is Judge Bethurum; kind courteous to all who come in contact with him. and has always and now talk. Conway? I gave you b strong with the great common people, because of the fact Conway. My G d(ness), I will he them, and in sympathy with them in their struggles. go crazy. Want John Brown. While Judge J wis believes in a strict enforcement of Hello Brown, Brodhead wants you; the 1 yethe never takes advantage of any one chaived with" orima Y? Hello,. Brodhead, there is Brown; ways vigilant in developing the lasts in each particular stand up there and talk ; great case,butne brow beats a witness nor takes an unfair advantage in his Scotts, say something. Hello. Livgument to the jury. While he is not classed as an orator, is' ingston, Brodhead wants yon, for he forcible speaker, and his manner of presentation G d(ness) sake answer; say .Livcarries con sacrifice the balance of our and has great Weight with the juries, and fewgnilty men are acauhM ingston, answer Brodhead. Give ' " in his district. you Conway; I gave you Conway, Goods to make room for Spring Goods. 1 Judge Jarvis has made no formal announcement of his I did. I know I did. thed int to ruufor re election, bui there is a great demand all cuT You havent got the sense of a mule and Boy's Suits, Overcoats, Sweat over Why didn't you talk. Great Scott for him to do so, and he has admitted to some of his clos- - the trict pohiical Q. Judge Bethurum, answer Livings- ers. Underwear. friends that at the proper time he will make a formal announcement ton. There is Judge Bethurum; and in the event he does the probabilties are that he will Coats, Dress Goods, Shoes, have nn talk now. Great blazes, opposition. what is Hosiery, and a long list of seasonable goods, are to be done, answer Livingston. Brush Creek? want Btush Creek; cut to give-away-pric- es. enough of any luck there is Brush LIVINGSTON. Davis, of Covington, is visiting dad blame-th- e item to quote prices on here. f!nm n Creek; talk Brush Creek; don't ber sister, Mr. E. L. Cockrell. Miss Essie Pike, ot Pineville, is Robert Spencer, of Berea,was over be a block head; talk. Hello; Sand and share in the feast. visiting relatives aud friends here Sunday. We think one of our Springs, Mt. Veruon wants you; this week. Mr and Mrs. W. 5. school mistresses was the attrac- answer. I know I did give you Cottongim, of this place, and Miss tion. Miss Marguerite Piftman, Sand Springs; Mt. Vernon; there Sallie Cottongim, of Pine Hill, has of pJ5burS. is visiting her sister, is Sand Springs; nowtalk. Gosh returned from Pineville. KV. Mrs35IFW. Sams. Mrs. Sue Mul- blame it, I gave you Conway; 1, 1 know I did. Mr. Blanford when you are in need of John Clark, who has been clerkine lins, who has been very sick is H American Fence, asked me if there was a feeblefor R.M.K. Plour Co..j has up. some better. minded institution in Mt Vernon Hardware, Messrs L. H. " Stoves and Ranges, cepted a position with J. P. E. Arthur audVV". B. Rice, of Paris, for the insane, but later we learned or anyrning else, the Drummond. W. H. Anderson, of are at home to attend the banquet it was our friend. Tames Marot. to see is telephone operator on the second Paris, Supt. of the-K- . C Divisfon to be given Wednesday evening. noor ms post at the switch of the L &.N R, R.,vas in our Judge Summers, vho has been board.at, town Wed very sick, was ableTto hold court James P m h family has sinall'pox tnd the Monday, and'' tried two men for yel'ow flag isHup bere.--- U G.. Ketting too' much bug. juice and I Falin was in Mt. "VTernon, Wed- - fined them five 'dollars and co.sts." Right; nebaay, on ousiness. BpJAoa-wi- U noVtake our advice Mr ind, T Goods Mrs. E; Mink, of Mullins Station,' and now "take whaUollows 1 I Mife T? i "' ': ba?e been' visitipg'reHtives here V : ii Ban the jrjfir ' lBTSTWHaIK mit i - irr?J.4jtti .3W .v?v"": , 2 joining his store on Main street. Richard Moberly called tin Dr R. G. Webb, the other "day and. notified him that he had a sick f horse and the doctor asked him what was the matter with him. Mobtrly said he Seemed to have pneumonia. Webb asked him week. C. C. Cromer has moved his family into the property ad- BAKER'S ": JrZ .: jry fjjtv ji."-K?i'j-"- &&, - . ,i'.v Wj -i. . is-xs- 7 'j-- i v C'S .??--.? . '4. ,. -- -'- 5i'C--'j- : "VS. p.; THSWfl"; 25 Sugar zb rIfmsIin Bag 24 Pat.Flour, Pat.Flour, 24 JUDGE L.-JARV- Bbl $5.50 .70 Pat. Pat. 5t00 "y 3 n L50 JO "Karo" ta Finest 35 3 3 3 g Navy Sugar 2 Tomatoes, Pumpkin, .05 I .25 I Pink ,. j. " 3 6 Uins r'ine 3 "Hominy, .25 25 .25 p 3 .25 A Most Clearan - Sale - Be-thuru- PRICES SMASHED isf " ' A Golden We must Men's Opportunity .for the People LadW Winter Winter -- -- Uoaks, W Mieef Not and don't forget that Furniture, man van, ne-da- y. - t's PASTOR A JjltZIjL . The IT G, BAKER mi -- for few- - dayirs.rjam: rJ".r"ui!; wj.pwB wma una I" ii The. Right rVrre -- iiiifffiimffilifllHIMlMMHMMMMMmilM .,jimamammmamisaaxsi.sMBsm.r sammaiKimmmmimmBmHBmxwetBmtSsmsimmaipss-39Hii9fllBVHnHHniHHH9HIHBSHy3?anBB)ffiSjiHwSSS3ffiJKi!b " . in 'I.-. ' - f'.T . Tl5rt--'' '"""'". . - ' ' C7, arrliSRiSSS-- a . rT.-- ' '- .1 v: ,.."" 'ftEsksi - iFSt V MT. VhRNON SIGNAL Friday, Jan. 23 iii nMMi 111 Hi mi amp ii' m ii v h, i it in ut jmmmlml 533SSKil 1914 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. OBSCRIPTIOtf OUE VKAR $I.OC Advertising rates made known cr g application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY 1U11jJ 1 -. . '' IT.i:.t'-T- T,ft .j. 'UM . X w Z CI PRESS ASSOCIATE; im m 3i 1 -v- T . s. ipiimS3 m in '4U,ri Ill ia!!i!!!lil!!!tl!IIK!l!l!'j!l!!!!!;ili I Kimmm iliPl ii m -h Kt u ' "ai4 - -- v iu iii'tf'i tt it- - j'oiL&r m xf-- " rrrr ' I. .' j - - kpsss1?! PrskWABmi hv&ssm&m iin (i K cfw w.ssj REDUCING SAL I;S aMKiB'Lw:BfewSS kb nia?rrwaTim.aiiw y. Me 'n8iM a.jiw-- mi rv'i j -- HLmII," ugLM.mLM m 1 11. -- -- I. . 'lli'H IM - fci i mSsfmaasssmvmiTimcmm , m viWGEmt xwmmmrwmwmmi'm 1: ifnmniinHtfmnfrmiwa jimifiJiffiUhsr? ti!:i;MifiL-Rn- f a ... sib l n ku r m ji- - x.w w w rc-'fflh- li km i i x.t j mi iai r.AWtii lit. t iii wr iv rriiuuu t i v " .,sgtp " -- m Tnro uv'ja u - i. "i jX - Mm ia sii mtti 4. $ few of the 60.000 or more word? in our English language are in use every dav. An examination of 2,ooo business letters sent out by different firms reveals that 2,000 separate words were used and that 751 of thi number appeared but once. On the other hand forty three words were used so fref quently that they constituted of the total number. When one considers how often such words as "and," the," "if," "but," and other similarly short words, denoting their Anglo-Saxoorigin, are used one can easily accept the aualvsis made. The English Bible, with all its one-haln t - fr It is realiy astonishing how 7 "ii 1mffiHLiJ a II fill 1 7 4 v y.iiJu' Mi Change places with us for a short time and you will know why we have forgotten about profits. while he has been very unkind to us - he h is made it possible for you to save money, while making it necessary for us to take the loss. SI The weather man has been kind to you in one wayf comprehensiveness, is written in less than one-thirof the word-foun- d in an average dicfton3r. Shakespeare, with a'.l his wealth of expression, used but a ftw thousand, and John Milton even less, notwithstanding the granSublimity of his Paradise deur and d Berating the weather man will do sus no good - we must take our medicine, we must get nu ney out of the merchandise that was bought to serve oti in cold weather will be colrtweather but unfortunately for us we cannot wait f r it - we ha .e too many winter goods to sell. Prices must tell the rest of the storyan d we intend 3 Lost. As a matter of fact most of us use very few different, words whether in conversation, compo sition, or in public speech. One may easily verify this by a study of some of the public addresses of ouremiuent scholars and states men. The truth is thousands of words in our English tongue are rare and obsolete and thousands of others are technical terms used only on ; special occasions. How really j js few are the words necessary to get s along with in daily life may be j U seen in the fact that the average & Euglish fatm laborer has a vocab ulary of but little more than 300 words. To him something like 60,000 words are as useless as Chactaw. That, of couse, is an extreme case, but it does indicate that to the ordinary mortal the great majority of our words are of no practical value. to make them work overtime - two dollars will do the work of fonv (for you) irom now until oui stocks are in the cash drawer. 'Nuf sed 12 50 .10 00 9 75 8 75 8 00 7 75 - here's the story in figures Ladies' Suits instead instead instead instead instead of of of of of instead of $ 25 20 18 16 16 12 00 00 50 50 00 50 Ladies7 Coats 00 instead of $ 20 00 10 $ 10 00 9 75 7 75 6 25 3-2o instead instead instead instead inrtead of of of of ' of 18 16 13 12 5 00 50 50 50 00 91 .it Money 14 13 12 10 7 50 00 50 x 50 75 working IN overtime DEPARTMENTS $ 1 95 1 95 1 miER discounts ' instead instead instead instead instead instead of of $ 8 00 7 00 Men's Suits instead of instead of instead of instead of instead of $ 20 18 15 12 00 50 "0 50 10 00 Ladies' Hats 95 1 75 1 50 1 00 I of of of h $ 10 00 Bristol-Lexington Hand Bags instead instead instead instead insteod of of of 6 4 3 2 00 00 00 50 9 00 8 50 of of of of Highway (From Manufactures Record of January 15, i9i4 ) n j e 8 00 6 00 12 50 .11 50 10 00 9 50 7 50 ' $ 3 50 3 00 2 75 2 25 1 75 Men's Pants instead instead of instead of instead of instead of $ 4 50 4 00 3 50 3 00 2 50 len's Overcoat " 8 00 Relative to the Bristol-Lexingto7 00 Highway, Henry Roberts, 4 5o of 6 00 President, Board of Trade, 10 fib 3 5o of 5 00 j writes to the Manufactures Record as lollows: "The Bristol Lexington Highway Association was organized here last spring, and soon thereafter a campaign was launched in Scott County, Virginia, for a road bond election. As Scott county J5EC 3XbT had voted down a county road bond issue some two years ago, it was decided to vote by directors, and the election was ordered in three of the seven districts, two' rrt districts voted in favor of the that county, and has made no pro- - movement to make Bristol the thusiastic road meeting held at CHAMBERLAIN'S, COUGH bond issue. The high way extends vision for the residue. From the Notthern terminus, for the"hresent Mountain City, Tenn .on Dp : b REMEDY FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles ' and Eyeglasse? for $1.50 and up. Gold. about 35 miles through Scott foregoing it will be seen that at least, of the Crest of the Blue at which Dr. Joseph Hyde Pratt, This remedy has no Superior County, of which about 25 miles Virginia has provided for 75 of the Ridge Highway, by building an State Geologist and Highway en- for coughs and colds. Ic is pleas- - Silver and Aluminum Frames improved road from Boone, N. C , gineer of North Carolina, and ant to take. It contains :sO opium11 "est selection in town. Eyes has been provided by the 95 miles of the Bristol-Lexingto- n via Mountain City, iormer Governor John I. Cox of or other narcotic. It alwai S cures.i Free- - Yeara of experience. above bond issues. The other high vay via Gate City, Natural to Bristol districts through which the high- Tunnel, Jonesville and Cumber- Tenn., lus brought tD light the Tennessee were the principal For sale by all dealers. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN way passes will vote later. land Gap. From Cumberlmd interesting fact that Dniel Boone speakers, it is confidently expect COX BROS. STORE A TEXAS WONDER. county Watauga that "Leaving Bristol, the Bristol- - Gap, Bell county, Kentucky," has moved his hunting camp across ed to the Holston North Lexington Highway a macadam road to the mountains Carolina, and The Texas Wonder cures kidxrgr Noticr: The end of the year runs nine Middlesborough. but from that country, of which Bristol became Johnson and Sullivan Counties, and bladder troubles, removiner s drawing near and as short settle miles through Washington County, Virginia, which link has just point to Crab Orchard, Ky., 98 the center, where he pitched his Tennessee, will construct the road grauel, cures c'iabets. weak and jments makes long friends, please been surveyed by engineers of the- Itmiles, the highway has not' been tent until the Holston Settlement from, Boone to Bristol, 63 miles 1 ill irregularities of die kidneys coine and settle up your State Highway Commission. The provided for. At Grab Orchard was" established, and then the rest- wu.u ouaivau wumjr ii,.i.uu- - j and in boty men. aud women. and we will still be friends , . . .? A uy with the less old hunter blazed the trail to miuvicu ju nZ1M V. tl. to build this link have been the highway connects funds uieittiiui Regulates bladder troubles lu as ever. uiu; tol provided by bond issue, supple- s stem of pikes ou Central Ken- Kentucky, which was later known i9i5, so that when Yours respectfully, children. If not sold ny yourf Gap or Lexington highway ;isgompleted druggist, will be sent by mail ou Jaw. 2 3t. mented by $3000, appropriated tucky, and thus is completed to as the Old Cumberland Jonas McKenzie. by the city of Bristol, Va., but Lexington. Those interested in Wilderness road. The road from the decendants of thepioueers receipt ot$i.oo. One small' bottle j construction work on this link will the movement in Eastern Ken Boone, N. C, to Bristol follows who followed Daniel Boone over in two months treatment, ml sel- - A Vt not begin for at least a year be tucky hope to get such legislation Koane Creek for several miles, the Old Wilderness road, through dom tails to perfect a cure. Send 1?" ' TD .0 JL cause the road forces are engaged enacted at the coming season of which creek got its name from the Cumberland Gap into the 'Dark for testimonials from his and Other n will fact that Daniel Boone left an old and Bloody Ground' and. beyond, states. the Kentucky Legislature as in constructing the Dr. 'E. W. Hall, 2926 highway through Wash- enable them to get the road con- roan mare there during one of his may return over a modern high- Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold 1 MT. VERNON, KY, Ten- hxr TlrnforUt county ad struction from Middlesborough excursions into the wilderness way to visit in Virginia, ington County. Scott iFroatRooms over Baker's Store nessee and North Carolina the joins Washington on the west, and to Crab Orchard within the next beyond. Phone 49-"From a point on the Central scenes made historic by their anof its part year or two. will begin constructs i BEThUR JM& LEWIS "The Bristol Lexingtonhighway Highway of North Carolina, at cestors." of the highway next spring. Lee J Alfto r ney$ at Law county adjoins Scott on the west, follows the Old Wilderness road,' Hickory, an improved roadjs beCJMld-re- n 1 traveled by ing constructed to Boone, 42 and has constructed about 40 of which was first l Offices in, Bethurum Bldg-'W- ill R FLETCHER'S FPU FLETCHER'S' the 50 miles of the highway thru Daniel Boone, and the recent miles, and since the large and en- pwcticMi aH,tlifc Curtsr Va.-Tenn., 14 00 12 00 10 00 H 50 5 00 instead instead instead instead instead of of of of of 20 00 17 50 15 00 11 00 $ 5 75 5 5o 5 00 Boys' Suits instend instead instead instead instead of of of $ 8 50 SUTTO HHHHnHHMHiiaH m liiil 1 N & McBEE I y V--. OFR POUNSl FOR FROST BJCTE3AND CHAPPED SKIN For frost hitten ears, finger gnd toes; chapped hands and lips, cold sotes, red and rough skins, there is notning to equal Buckleri's Arnica Salve. Stops the-paiat once and heals quickly. In every home there should be a box handy all the time. Best remedy for all skin diseases, itching eczema, tetter, pile etc. 25c. All druggists or bv mail. H.E. Bucklen & Co. Pniladelphia or SU chil-b'ain- s, n -- J. C MOORE - (-- ccounts Lonis. ' ,. 1 Notice: , the-Bris- u Bristol-Washingto- -- Dentist rr Jan. to go into general merchandise business, and keep post-ofic- e calron me at once ai QuaiL i-t- f. my farm I wish to sell rav stock o: goods at Quail, Ky. If you wish' Having recently sold J A. Proctor. uiifwn eaM a r upTj.xuuvwuauvaieaiiKkinMaci r .1 1 .. Beat 1 iii ' Tr-"T- iviMnMi i,i ,, - Children Cry CASTOR! A ir-- CA8TORIA LMKlialaM Cry trtZZZ28CmarZ .& 1 V " "" nn Q mmlW m nrir-- Jimi liTrimn 11 nmnn I -- - . nr im 11 11 v5ir HUNTING 11 .. ; . MT. VERNON SIGNALl Mt. Vernon, Ky .Jan ' Burr, Ky coutmufs, but will probably close Jan. 23 3t to night. Under the preachiug of Salesman wanted to look after R v. Don 0. Smith anout tnimtv our interest in Rockcastle and ad ha7e been added to the church. jacent counties. Salary or Commission. Address Tne Harvey Oil County Court Clerk, S. F. Co., tLOUISVlLIX & NASHVILLE R R.CO. Bowman informs us that the tax-ab.- e 23 2t. Cleveland, O. property as shown by the as- Jan TIME TABLE. For Sale: 100 acres of laud., 19I3 exceeds 4.59 p m sessors books foi one and one hli miles South o' 10I2 by a little o.er $540 o 00 U(rtn 3:53 m 16 acres in cultivation Pine Hiil. Stokt-- s is ibe of the new 2 bouses, 1 barns, n:43 a id M south 25 ao es fenced 12:19 a m postoffice establishtd in the South with good wire, loo ,1 0011 tlf good young ern Pa" 0I the county, located at J as. Landrum. Agent. applts tiees. good well, mo.st of Iiugetie Stokes store, with Mr, land level. "'jione No. 8 Will .sell this land Stokes as the first Postmaster. It worth the money. I also have Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice was through M r. Stokes' efforts 500 acres on Long branch, unini mail matteiv as stcond-clas- s that the office was established. proved, will sell at 2.00 par acre We trust every person and es-- . Has some timbar, some coal and PERSONAL pecially the girls of the county about 4o acres is bottom land. I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McKenzie will read in this issue the article also have 20 hp. boiler and engine, WW in Cincinnati, Monday. headed "Girls Canning Club.' saw mill, grist and all appurtenbeen confined This is an opportunity for the ances belonging. Also'some-jocW. H. Fish has to his room most of the week, with girls and especially those on the town property. Will sell any or a severa billious attack. farm to do something worth while. all of this property at a bargain. R, L, McFerron, Mrs. Emmet Honsel Mr. and Chint Lair, of the Hiatt, section, visiting Mr. Mt, Vernon, Ky. are here from Paris received last week from W. T. Mr. Z. T Honsel. Prefogle, of Honsel's father. Connersville, Ind., a TO THOSE WHO OWE ME If Misses Lena McCall of Maret-bar- tine Poland China pig which cot t you py tne your account for I9I3 and Rilda Chandler of Brod him about ia, f. o. b, Brodhead. head, were here shopping Wednes- Mr. Lair believes in good hogs and it happens to be larger than the other fellows, will make you day. and be has certainly rnadjJ the a present of a 15 all wool serge Mr. and Mrs. John Robins of right move in the right direction suit, op if it should be next to the Brodhead, were with Mr. and Mrs. to stock his farm wiln the very Biggest I wjll gys you a $5. StetF. L. Durham from Sunday until best hogs. son hat- I baye a few" Laclies and Tuesday. Mitchell Norton woo was injured Misseg coats, which will go absoAir. and Mrs. Geo. .G Brock and while riding in a mule race atthe lutely at co3t, whil they last. I daughter of London, have Brodhead fair in 1912 was award- especially invite you to call in and lhtle beeu with Mr. and Mrs. W H. ed 750. against the Rockcastle examine my full line of mens and Fish during the week. County Fair Association. Jfortotj boys all wool, serge suits, which is a claimed that a buggy Burdette McKenzie says it shaft was I am offering at the lowest posboy and not a girl, as reported sticking through the fence in a sible prices. Thankjng you for two weeks ago, and the young way to catch him as he passed. your patronage during I9I3, and man's name is George Fsh Just before the race the Marshal asking a continuance of the same in charge investigated these con- this year, lam, Yours truly, We are endebted to Mrs. Susie ditions and if it was a buggy, as J. M. Adams, Mullins, of Livingston, for list of claimed by Norton, but denied by Brodhead, Ky. names of Rockcastle people living the Fair Association, it seems that in other States, and other inter- the law makes the burden heayy In our write up ol Rockca-tl- e on the Company for the apt of people who are now living elseesting items. oujtsider. We where, we failed to mention Abe Dan Roach, who is rapidy be gome careless uuderstand that the case will be Pennington "big guns" coming one of the of Livingston, He. Commonwealth Life In- appealed. with the fras. the distinction of being the surance Co., was in town citizen of Rockcastle to learn Last Saturday was the annual first talking life insurauce. election of officers and directors of and talfe up the profession of McCord went to the Bank of Mt. Vernon. ThQ 'swireless" telegraphy, EJe first Miss Rose learned railroad telegraphing and Louisville yesterday to attend a following directors were elected: later took service with IJ. S, Sigs meeting of the executive comS. H Martin, C. C. Williams. mittee of the good roads depart- Joins McKenzie. G. S. Griffin,' nal Corps where he took up wirement of the Women's Clubs of L, T. Stewart, E. S. Albright, and less and became an operator of Kentucky. W. L Richards. After the meet- that system of passing messages T. G. Moren, of London, was a ing of the stockholders the direct- thru the air without the use of welcome visitor to our town yes- ors met and elected Jouas McKon-i- e wires. His experience on Uncle terday. M r. Moren is the InsurPres., G. S Grifgn V. P.. W. Sam's vessels were both pleasanj ance mau of London; writing both L. Richards, Cashier and Victor and profitable. After serving onf fire and life and has a most ex- J. Tate, Asst. Cashier, Mr- - A.B. his enlisted, term, Mr. Pennington cellent business. Furnish who for the past thirteen returned home for awhjle but later Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham en- y eat s h.s served this institution went to New York and tqok sertertained for dinner Sunday, Rev. faithfully and ably, both rs Cashier vice with the United F?at Co., as Geo. Tinsley, Mr. and Mrs. John and Assistant, was bv hs own re- au operator on one of their vessels Robins of Brodhead, Miss Julia quest omitted from the list of off- pl&ving between New York, tbt Fish, F. L. Tnoaipsou Jr. and Mr. icers. Mr. Furnish desires to en- West Indies, Panama and South America. IJis vessel is due in gage in other business. tind Mrs. W. H. Fish. At this meeting the arjnual divi- New York aboiit 25th qn a return Dr. and Mrs. Conover, Atty. The net voyage to the tropics. and Mrs. E R. Gentiy, Misses dend was also declared When chiet djspatjCher Lamonds Sallie Reynolds. Rae Hunt, Mirtie earnings for thepast year wq,s about 18 per" cent, which was dis heard of Will Owens, having purGentry and Bryant, Elizabeth Cbarl.'S Thompson attended the posed of as follows, 84 per cent chased Tcts. lngersoll watch he investigation right play at Brodhead Satutday night paid to stockholders, 2 per cent to started an surplus, 3 per cent to profit and now. Owens proved an alibi by Mayor, E. A. Pollard, of London who besides looking the welfare loss and the remainder aggre-gatin- g reaching down into a haversack a lump sum of about looking pocket and producing a of tile capital of Laurel, also writes insurance for a good company, the $400. was left as undivided watch as large a Big Ben clock, Mutual Benefit:, spent a portion profits. Lat year was a most with Moline wagon works running the bank-a- s gear or movement ; Oliver Chilled pf: the week in Mt. Vernon talking successful year for shown by the records. winder, Old Hickory thimble Jie insurance. skein set; Mica axle grease stuffHorrible ApcipENT. Robert ing boxes; Avery adjustment; LOCAL Reynolds, a native of Cheshire, patent Fairbanks Mor.se Co. regu When it rains Fish's rain coats Mass., fofemari of trig lime planf lator; Todd Donnigan Iron Co. of the Kentucky Portland Cemenf reign supreme. case; Sparks Quarry jewels; wheel aq awful. e&d Uncle Josh's, letter about Co , at Pine H)l inet barrow balance wheel; crow bar death there Monday afternoon. lever; itxipt'oved Smith 5c Star Brand Shoes in this issue. Wesson While crossing ovpr a covered special n No chance for a mistake, when gcrew conveyor to adjust some sqmething less than a dinyou use Pioneer Self liising flour. machinery the cover slipped sie..l ner pl$u?, to be carried in a special For sale by precipitating Reynolds iuto hayeraack canvass backed pocket, J. F. GiffiN. Jan. t. through and onto the rolls. Hie secured by medium size trage chain Judge John W. Brown gave an right fcot became entangled in the and padlock; warranted to stand interesting lecture to the pupils of revolving screws, and was pulled all kinds of kicks and cuffs which the Graded School, on the tis,e of off before assistance reached him. Owens says the "gang" upstairs, A fellow workman ran in and and some of them on the lower cigarettes. story, are accustomed to dealing flaught hjm hokjing pn until The ladies of the Christian was stopt, when it was. oqt to defenseless watch tqter-- . church will have a a Food sale at Watph inspector, Franklin, has was J. Fish &. Sou's store tomorrow. found the foot the gone and leg reserved his decision as lo giving foot to thjgh. 0 K to this polyglot The proceeds go for the benefit of mangled from clock watch required block and tackle to but believes it perfectly safe for Jhe church. Your patronage so. It raise the rolls before the man could use in the discharge of Owens licited. be extricated. Doctors were im various duties, however he will iii i, C--" keep Fojt Salw-hp, Huher mediately summoned and the over a close watch and supervision tne traction boiler and engine, in ti.-s- wounded man rushed off to Leban-clas- s ful time regulator of this wonderkeeper. condition ready for threshing1 On hospital, by grst train, where AN IDEAL WOMAN'S LAXA-TIV- E sawing. 1 No 2 Rubs el saw ' every effort was Rjade to e d 79 .7. F. Griffin. For pastry and cakes, use Ob. Jan. 9 3hv 23, 1914 Durinj tKrt cuiiy win l ui UI1S l: mo mifl.. isk flour. For sale by Foil Sale: A $50. Reuiing.on Mt. Vernon was visited lv week J. F. Griffiw tjpewriter for saleat $20 up "No, 79" wnenWQ Jan. 9 3t. XV wan toCommunl the State Agent of Girls' Canning Win Owens, cate with 8IQNAL The revival at the Baptist church -- J mst Obliak flour always reliable. Fcr sale bv u up AWMIMP. juuu uinnv m nnrv vmuvnu ri utiiiiu r una im iuiuHIP! CASTLE CCUNFY ua MOTHER No bad bread For sale by . San. 9-3t. tf th. Oblisk flour FOR fflS LOST L&dge 'J. F. Griffin MisMuri ti. Mason Asks Brethers " . BRODHEAD. To Assist in Searck g, J - Mc-Kem- ie p Iyor-Jqhnso- esr-a.pme- 9-3- By request the tlamiltonian Clu'.s, Mrs. Helen B WolwOtt, of Society will again their Fratikfort. She came to appoint pla, 'Moe the Waif" ' tomorrow an Agent and to complete and set night. The management expects to work fhe organization in Rock- - to make some improvenifinJts over castle County. last Saturday night. The price When the Sta-- Farmers' Insti- - will be les than half, only 5 tute met in Mt. Vernon lat No- - cent for children, lO cents general vember, Mrs. Wolcotc w.u one of admission, and 15 cents for e speaker and at that time or- - Served seats Come and enjoy .jai.Ujd a club of twenty-thre- e two hours solid fun. Adonis and members Thru ilu it. t rest of Patsy will be there- - Don't forget Miss McCor.l and Judge Bethurum the time, Saturday Jan 2, 1914, the fiscal Court made an appro- - and the place-- is over Citizens piiation of Sioooo towards the Rank. Rvery body come. Mrs. .salary ot the County Agent, thus H H. Ilutcheson. of Middlesboro, complying with the regulations of is spending a few days with her the United Sutes Department of 'sister. Mrs. W. E. Gravelev.. Agriculture for Frank Ward, Assistant Agent, The Canning Club movement at Junction City, is at the home of belongs to the United States De- his parents with a genuine case of partment of Farm Demonstration, measles Mr. S. B. Lutes, cf but has been brought to Kentucky Beatyville, attended the play Sattaru onr own Department of urday night, but we are"Of the whoso has opinion that the play was only a made it possible for us. small excuse for his being in The plan for this year's work' town- .- Mrs. Daisy Hunt, of CnJb extendiug from October 1st, 1913. Orchard, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. to October 1st, iqi4, is to pluco M. Eoberts last Saturday and atthe Stite under tended the play. Mrs. T. H, LiU ten counties-icomplete organization, which ins loft for Caneyvillo last Sunday means employment of a local or morning on account of the serious County Agent to construct and illness of her grandmother, who supervise the work so that a uni we understand died before she form standard of quality is secur- reached her. Sympathy is extended for the tomatoes offered for ed to Mrs. Likins and the bereavsale. Tflis (standardization se ed one$. Charlie Brown was. here cures the best market, made open from Livingston Sunday. thru the State Agent and the Bu- Among those attending the play reau of Marketing at Washington. from Mt. Vernon were Attorney With this. advantage the product and Mrs. E R. Gentry, Dr. and of the Clubs in these ten countbs Mrs. Conover, Misses Sallie Reywill have a higher value than nolds, Myrtle Bryant, Elizabeth 'hen the Work is carried on with- Gentry, and. Rae Hunt. David out the County Agent's .supervis- Crajg Charles Thorn pson. and ion. Mr. and John D. Henderson. The Rockcastle County citizens Mrs. John Robins and little are to b congratulated on their daughter, Mildred, were guests of spirit of enterprise and willingness Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham at to with good forces for Mt Vernon, from Sunday until ljelping girl, and the hojne tm Tuesday. Walter Smith and provraent work generally, as is Herbert Bell, of Crab Orchard S,ho.-vin their being the first attended the pla.y Saturday. R. cojntv to welcome llje Cturiujr S. Snivel :s. children were very siek CJ.ib work, u'iddr the co dpi-ativduring the week, but are better plan of organization. at this time. We are also glad to Mi,s Eila Carson, of Brodhead, report little child of Dr. and Mrs. has been appointed Agent for W. E. Graveley being out of County. Splendid danger. A number attended the Rockcastle Clubs are now enrolled at Mt. Yer-no- trial of Norton against tho Rockand and it is hoped castle County Fair Association to enrol! clubs at "Mineral Springs during the week, which resulted Bed Bud, Oaks and Hazel Patch, in a verdict for the plaintiff of $750. and any parents interested in hav- We want to assure those who have ing a Club in thoir community, attended the fairs, at for should write Mi Garson, letting the past seventeen years, that hef know bvy many girls of that there wjll bea.faiv here Ht the usneighborhood will probably ual time, and the biggest fair ever members. She will then held in Rockcastle, and to those arrange to meet the girls and par- who did all in their power to drag ents foi organization. The re down the enterprise, and who was quiremcnts are that each girl eyey ready to encourage the of an 0,cre of to-'- , bringing of the suit, and helping plants oi0-tentwe especially matoes, areabout 363 phnts in secure various patches. With the ex- invite tb,emto ba present at QUr i4, i9i4. The ception of plowing and hauling fair, August 12-1people of Brodhead will not be fertilizer the girl does all the work frerself, and no expense is attach- rjluffed in this way, nor do they ed to membership unless tle girl expect to see an enterprise that prefers to own her own soldiering has been such a decided success outflt, which costs about Wo dol- go down. lars The examinations for County Bv this new method she can use High School certificates will be the old Maton jars for fam:ly use and put the surplus into tin cans held on the last Friday and Satursupplied by the Agent, using the day in this month. All graduates Club label. This pick she sells of the common school branches, oal!y, realizing fifty dollars or pre eligible. more for hej;.cxop besides saving other vegetable aud ojchard products that usual.'y goes to waste because the old methods of preserving are inadequate for handling it all. Rockcastle Cqunty will certtinly acquit hetself weil acompaied With the other ten counties in the final reckoning when the State prizes will be, awarded to the e re-th-- . Ag-ricultu- ie, n THE An appevl by a Mason of Missouri to his brethren in Kentucky STRONGER AN-THE-LAW -TH- that they help him secure infor- mation as to the whereabouts of his mother, from whom he was taken when an infant onlv two years of age, is contained in the Masonic Home Journal of January SHOE i5. The appeal comes from Bert M. ".. Hannibal, kn vtTimyAc "i. uv f"1 Mo . and is to the worshipful master, wardens and lodges of Kentucky. It reads: "With the consent of my lodge (Hannibal, No. 185). Missouri and the approval of the G rand Master of Missouri and the Grand Was ter of Kentucky, I make the following request for information concerning ths whereabouts of my mother, Mrs. Mary B, Gordon (at that time a young widow), from whom J was stolen while an infant only two years old, "fa Quincy, 111 , while my mother was seriously ill, April 24, i875, I was placed in the Woodland Qrpbans Home, and was given out for adoption unknown "A-re.war- d tl. addsesed OI ff . .SII1IWIL-- , SOU LttTXU 30US y iATncit Kens' To. Whom This May Concern: I have Stronger-Than-Th- e a pair of these Law Shoes fert which I havt; w o r n eve r y d a y for eighteen months and thty do not leak a drop . I bave to her. will cheerfully be half soled them twice and paid for any information concern-ingher- . expect to wear them louder. "Jf you will kindly read this I wore the caps off the toe and letter in open lodge meetings for found another one under it. several months, it may be the 3.75 means ol bringing to me desired I paid J. Fish & Son, relief. for these shoes, and they have 'Fraternally and respectfully, BERTM EDWARDS. cost me les3 than one cent a City Collector, Hannibal, Mo.' day and that 13 the Lest I on my The 4i,OO0 Masons of Kentccky from their have ever done in shoe lu'-brother of Missouri, and if it is infr possible to learn in Kentucky anything as to what became of I have tried the Stronger-ThanVrhe-LaMrs. Gordon they will doubtless shoe and other discover it for him. will hear this appeal w e Star 'tBrand Shoes for other NOTES members of my family, sold Several new studentsJiave. By JJ. Fish tfc Son, ami can in Langdon Memorial School since the Christmas holi- safelv recommend them to lie days. Among the number are the best wearing shoes ever Misses Ora and Eila Dotson, Ella LANGDON DORMITORY ma-triculat- ed Uoffey, Zelma Hunt, Iva Hunt, made . n Bi-otlhea- Leila Mullins, Bertha Litton, Ari.ona Coldiron, Lucy Skid more, MattieHuff. Minnie Radford and Messrs Dewey Dotson and William Coffey, Miss McCord is in Louisville for a few days days, attending an Ex- Joshua Parrott, Mt. Vernon. Ky Br-odbeQ- he-com- e h the-evidenc- e, 3 ecutive meeting of the Federation of Women's Clubs in Kentucky. Miss McCord is Chairman of the Good Roads Committee. Misses Sallie Stewart and Mary Lathim returned to school on Monday. The Kindergarten has beeg successfully carried on this week by Miss Rae Hunt, assisted by Miss Lula McCoy, Miss Eila Carson was a welcome visitor at the Dormitory for a few days. Miss Carson has been ap pointed County Agent for the girls Canning Club. Mrs, Helen Wolcott, Stite Collaborator for the Kentucky Girls Canning Clubs, and Miss Wright were guests at the Dormitory lor a few days this week. Q.teick talk with flourT RAIL FENCE THOUGHTS In moving the household goods the last load is always the worst looking because there is the cook stove, the pig trough and the chicken hovers that have to go . In reading one of your private letters aloud to a friend, it is customary to lower your voice and read thru your nose when you reach paragraphs that are of no interest. Take most any common, ordinary, healthy young woman out ol poverty, give her good rations and fine treatment and plenty of tine clothes and in six months she will look like a queen. Just suppose everything on earth was torn to pieces and dissolved into its former crude state and that the people here would be commanded to rebuild everything. The job would never be completed, because everybody would want to be foreman of the gang. construction (George to-da- y Table Talk For saa Jan. 9-3- L bv J. F. Griffin. BEST COUGH MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN - Champion. nja-cUtnp- ry 1-- i5 farm of 100 acres, one mik. South of Wildief Good five room dwelling house, barn and. outbuildiugs, one tenant house, well watered with springs, most under cultivation. Will sell on reasonable terms. For father particulars, apply to. Rans Coffey on adjoining farm. Marv J. Hayes, Jan. g St. Btrea, Ky. SALR:--M- For y Hotel Henry Wtttcrgon LOUISVILLE, hotel. KY. The South's most popular priced, modem fire-proo- f; li-- am very glad to say a few words in praise of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy writes Mrs Lida Dewey, Milwaukee, Wis. "I Bingham in Judge. have used it for years, both for mv children and myself and it never fails to relieve and cure a cough or oold. No family with children FOR FLETCHER'S should be without it as it gives almost immediate relief in cases of croup. Cough Chamberlain's Remedy is pleasant and safe to take, which is ot great importance when a medicine must be given to yoang children. For sale by all dealers. 'I Chkdren Cry O A S T O R IA : 1 1 t! save Jife, mill, rope feed, 65ft track, 30ft but the shock of accident bad been ' Who wants to take salts, nr 1 set too great and the patient died next carriage, 3 good blocks, r 'l w , is nothing i-erlumber trucks-- 1 lathe mill, 1 cut morning. Geo. A. Reynolds, Dr. f I 1 i. d.tm Life rtTT cais za.rin innpr i.niriue nu nna fnrnr.npr of the deceased, arrived inipnio for aii .m,wei. & . ? : tijpv ; vf : ki Yllll Tint. tninhnnn1 m T ahitnnn wcuui-mm- y . . .. TS ...4.t vm....!.. ' i,ouuuu ujoruiog act gowy ana na'ur .l'v 01 the of Brodhead near Chesnut from Massachusetts where he stomach and liver, stimulate onri miles learned of his brothers Grove school house. m deatk ire8ul teyour bowels and tonenp -. or . ? -- 1- 1 I 1 :: .' afrSl' - . -- t.rwl Car Singleton, Jan.'2;3t Brodhead. Ky. Tke remains weretaksn -. .'" a tke old home in Massachusetts.v hlr W1' nists. ," v Vo. -- P"Q25C. At H E. Bucklen & ; Pkiiidnhia - nr Rf. AUHigi - jwv. r ysteJn- - The Jopliu coal bank and the Lewis coal bank furnished Mt. Vernon's coal supply for many y Oars with the best q ahtyof blapk diamoud; J. L. Jophn was owner 01 urst namea which wasi located between Mt Vernon and Cove-PleasjValley. it was called at that time The other bank was owned by D.N. Lewis and was situated on the, Lewis place some! three-miles put on Somerset road ant cituated in Ihe Absolutelr of the retail (hopping dittrictand viry near all the theatre. Finest Cafe in LauUrille. with moderate , pri;ea. Club Breakfast from 25c up ; noon day Lunch 50c; table de hote Dinner, 6 to 8 p. m $1.00. Also elaborate a 1a cart inn in Restaurant. Rathskeller open from 4 p.m. to t a. m. Orchestral and vocal music J.H.MeCLARrY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER ROOM PRICES, With running: water aad prJYte toilet $1 per liay With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 pec day with private bath $2,50 to $3.50 per dey. Large sample Mount Vernon Monumental ' IRKS reeou Stanford, Ky. Manufacturers ! of and You, are cordial ly invited to make this hotel your headquarters while m.LoukvUe. eva if only for a day. Hava you mail and package addressed here. You will always be a welcome guest. ROBERT . JONES. , I Ihij. aV -- QASTQRIA Children Qry FLETCHER'S FOR Granite Monuments of all I kinds. Estimates furnished on application. GEO. OWJtNS Propr. ana Poaa lU J J '. & fT rJ&L'V.i fir- jT -'- f . j ?,-w V-- '- ' y CX- - !i ii ji -r uSy SPlRO. A ...w-rrTi- ir L"T" .jnuiiuwunmiiiwin . j..r !' r HANSFUKD. XCfias:C Davis. St. Vernoo Ky, . RUGS . 1 ChasG. Davjs Mt Vernon My Phone No. is - (39) , thirty-nin- e. We open shop at 7 o'clock am. and r I. f y run open snop uii n o ciock p m. H r welcome in our during our shop want to sell you want; but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want You are cordially place at any time hours. We don't anything yon don't Let us show you. CHAS. - C Ky. DAVIS s. Mt Vernon "Silver Plate that Wears"- VI -- ?izrrzrsj&s H3 g - to& m &M -- jTMnCJf- j, rr "t - S jTZT r!X34y2M Since 1847, the year Rogers Bros, originated electro-silv- et plating, silverware bearing the trade mark 1847 ROGERS BROS, has been renowned for quality, wearability .and beauty. M7 ROGERS BROS. stamped on forks, spoons and fancy serving pieces is a guarantee of heaviest plating, perfect workmanship and exquisite design, assuring long and satisfying service. Any article of silverware marked 1847 ROGERS BROS, may be selected without further investigation. Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue CL," showing all patterns. INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO., MERIDEN, CONN. Successor to ilertdcn Britannia Co. HUSBAND RESCUED ind financially able tw carry out Milwaukee, Wis. The Wisconsin WORMS THe'cAUSE OF YOUR eugenic Jaw, which provides for the any obligations made by hu firm National Bank of Commerce, Issuance of marriage licenses only OH LD'S PAINS. Toledo, O. upon a certificate of a clean bill of A foul, disugreeal le breat1' health, including the Wasserman test Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken indark circles around the eyes, at from a physician, was declared to be ternally, acting directly upon ihe limes feverish with great thitst; unconstitutional by Judge P. C. Esch blood a id mucous surfaces of the cheeks flushed and then pi'e. ab weiler, of the circuit court. The case system. Testimonials sent free. domen swollen with sharp crarrp will go to the supreme court Judge Price 70 cen:s per bottle. Sold i 'g pains are all indications o Eschweiler held that the eugenics law by all worms. Don't let your child suffei was of unreasonable statutory limitaTake Hull's Family Pills for Kickapoo Worm Killer will give tion so far as physicians' fees were onstipition. concerned, and that it was an unreauie rehet It kins ihe worm sonable and material impairment ol Herei, Ky., 1 19,14 vhile its laxtvive ffect add grea the right of persons to enter into maty to the health of your child by re rimony. Editor Mt Vernon Signal. noving the dangcrou and disp ' Thu morning at the Parish teeable effect of worms and par? louse, we held a memorial sitrvice TOLEDO SAFE BLOWN. ites from the system. Kickapc n honor ot Mrs. Dinsinore who Vo-Killer as a health produce Toledo, O. City detectives began a ieparted fr m this lite Jraiuary should be in every household search for the yeggs who blew the 14th and passed to Perfectly safe Buy a box to da the great rice 25c All Druggists or h safe In the rooms of Henry Fritz, In Mis.Dinsmor has been he heart of the business district, and mil Kickapoo Indian Med. C teacher iu the Normal depart escaped with $1,600 in cash and diat'hiii. or St. Louis. monds worth 1,000, according to nent of BeJa College for a num . he-;on- Mr. and Mrs H. C. Kirby spent a. portion nflust weo'e with relaat Freedom school h.ue last Mot -tives at Ceriiirv He Aliss tiay. MiShOHieSaylor of Harlan JOHNSON'S BIG FIST LANDS ON Soutbaidswas in Mt. on last county, teacher. Mrs. Oscar ATTORNEY'S JAW LAWYER Fridsiy, having dentil woik done. Haniru ha been very DIGS IN WITH DUKES. Mr. and Mrs - Milton Payne sick, he .1. Pike filled past week. Rev. A. spent Sunday with iIr. and Mis. his reiu'ar appointment ut Free- "Give Me My Revolver, M. G. Kirby. Mrs. Pearl Donn I'll Kill That dom, In a Saturday Sunday. and children have returned to Fellow," Shouts Representative LiuL Gladvs Helton had a When Lawyer Makes Insinuation. their home at Bloomington, 111. severe at acx oi croup the fir-- t of after spendi 'g several weeks with Western Newspaper Union News Ser ice. the wi'ek. Is better now. relatives at this phce. Misses Washington. The hest little Master H rou W'il i .ids has pneu-mon;Hester and Minnie isomer are atpulled off at the capitol In v. uiy but is fi.mtf nical-- a year took place unexpectedly in the tending sohool at Plato. MIsse Mr. Jas. Piiijj schoil rooms of the house committee on the Emma, Gertrude, aud Delphie The partici- Reuner spent from Fiiday unt.l at Sayers, 1st Fridy. Most of District of Columbia. pants were Representative Ben Johnthc)3trons were th re. They had son, of Kentucky, chairman of Monday with Berui and Bertha the id talks committee, and John B. Shields, a Kirby. Mrs J.W. Cromer -- pent rans c, a fewrec a Washington attorney, whom Johnson Sunda' with her father, Mr Jonas fsom the pn rents. All seemed 1 haw enjoyed a pleasant has intimated was a grafting lobbyist. Pitman near Level G'een. Mrs This statement led Shields to Inday. Mrs. .le-- t ne Weaver, btn sinuate that the Kentuckian was a Sarah Kirby and daughter, M.s of V. H Gentiy died at her home liar, and then the bout began, Johnson Fannie spent la-- t Tuesday wi h starting it with a Btralght punch at Mrs. James fcarron- .- Rev. in Pn'aski Saturday Shlelds's eye, which landed squarely preach at M:. IVg h Si e leit two sisters and with such force that the lawyer morning. "was knocked to the floor. It was and two br thers besides a drftigh f the first Saturday and Sunday in real and thrilling contest for about February at 1 1 : o'clock a. in ter and iwo sout and a host of a minute, and was ended only when family have friends to mourn her lo-.i the congressman broke away from the David Pi man and nun'ber of younj folks from hen clerks of his committee, who had en- moved uear Pino Hill. A. W attended the play, given at Brod-head- , deavored to stop the fight,' and ran Adams of Mt. Veinon. was in thi toward an Inner office last Saturday night. Clec me my pistol; I'll kill shouting: "Get part Sunday. John and U. S him!" Gentry has had a. light cafe oi The trouble arose from a smothered Bullock visited their sister, Mrs tonsi'it's. Mr. Tom French vr flame in the District committee. In Roxie Doan, near Mt. Vernon, last congress represented nssed the funeral of an mfai t the street crossing Shields of Washing- last week the police at Providence cemeterj ton In an effort to place them on the bibe HOW'S THIS The win at croj s same footing as other members of the hst There We offer One Hundted Dollars are ex ra god this year iu ot.i force. they hadwere rumors at the time that paid Shields a large Reward sor any cae or Catarrh The men are all fee for trying to secure the legisla- that cannot bs cured by Hill' plowing for th ir corn ground tion. He was there in the interest of Catarrh Cure. this fine weather. filizthe'l a bill to allow firemen and policemen F. J Cheney & Co., Toledo. O. to ride free on street cars. We the undersigned, hae known Gentry was in lt. Verno.i Satin-daF. J. Cheney for the last 15 years until Sunday. Claience Rol md believe him periectlv honor- BLOW GIVEN EUGENIC LAW. ertsand Jim FMth were tn Maret-bnrible in all business transaction . 1 calling night. subscription school opened 1ITF1E FISTICUFF N-nn- ie Children Cry for Fletcher's V-rn- ad !i, stl-cu- ff nt-tttr- g y lini-iedhi- s The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over SO years, lias homo the signature of - and has been made under his ner-sonal supervision since its infancy. ffi--Allow no one to deceive vou in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children "Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good 1 ut 1 Jutne-Barneswi- ll substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Sarcotie substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "VVorms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless s. GENUINE The End You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COM 2f HONEST. FACTORY-TO-USE- R CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS y g. Surnlav SILVER SEALPAINT-SIMON PURE. DURABLE.: S OUR PRICES SILVER SEAL BARN AND ROOF PAINTS. Eight Colors. Thoroughly Reliable. Ccivr tjawc S "7-- STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! BKBSF and GREEN iuu w efvo Per Gal. 75c AO to 10 Gallons i Bbl. (25 gals.) Barrel lots (50 gals.) BROWN 5 . 65c 60c RELIABLE ROOF PAINTS. BLACK 50c to 10 Gallons n... 45c 35c Bbl. (25 gals.) Bbl. (25 gals.) 40c 30c Barrel lots (50 gals.) Barrel lots (50 gala.) SILVER SEAL Mixed Paint best honse paints made. Basis: Pure Lead and Zinc and Pure Linseed OiL Cost yon 25 less, cover 25 more space. Guaranteed to last twice as long as ordinary paint. Ask for onr Special Prices to yon. 5 to 10 Gallons Per Gal. 40c Per Oaf 1 Fritz's valuation. DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years, of Discouraging Coflditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave had gotten so weak I could not stand', and I gave up in despair. I CINCINNATI Corn MARKETS 1 'ows: No. New corn 2 Up in Despair. Husband At last, my husband got me a bottle of 1 Cardui, the woman's tonic, and 1 commenced taking it. dose, I .vhlte 69(Q70c, No. 6769c,No J yellow 6668c, No. 3 yellow 6466c No. 4 yellow No. 2 mixed 6e n5Sc, No. 3 mixed 6466c, mixed eai J669c, white ear 6689c, yellow eai white 7071c, 4 white Ib quoted as fol No. I )lr of years, until this last spring vhen she and her husband moved ip i. Ohb, where she lived until .er death. Mrs. Dinsmore leaves bm band and a host ot frieiu's n ourn her dtalh. ELIZABETH SAYLOR WONDERFUL COUGH i- Silo Paints, Cement Paints, Floor Paints, Fiat Paints, Shingle Stains, Etc. Low Prices on Varnishes, Varnish Stains, Wagon Paints, Carriage Paints, Enamels, Polishes, Glass and General Supplies. for Free Color Cards and Useful Information about Paints. Tell at WRITE yonr needs and we will save you money and guarantee you satisfaction. TO-DA- Y KENTUCKY PAINT MFG. CO. Incorporated. JSSfifnSt AMtt A 6263c, 5870c. Came to Rescue. From the very first 1 could tell it was helping me. can now walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanlj from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Trj "WORKS WONDERS" i years, with womanly troubles, and during this tune, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treatment relieved me for Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped more than a million women, in its 5C years of continuous success, and should surely help you, too. it will do. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what Ask him. He will recom- a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Write fo."Chattanooca soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanooea.Meilclne Co.. Ladles' Term., for Special Instructions on your case and book. that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment for Women," sent In plain wrapper. Hom Dr. King's New Discovery will elieve the mi s: obstinate of cougmNo. ed. 8395c. It is easily applied, dries nd colds Lung troubles quickly quickly and adds to the life Poultry Hens (4 lbs and over) elped by its me. You hbould and appearance of floors, 3cj (3 lbs and over), 12c; young eep a bottle in the house at all staggy roosters, 12c; roosters, 10c; and woodwork furniture, imes for all the member?; of the springers, large, 14c; springers, small, Pee Gee is a Stain amilv. 15c; spring ducks, white (4 lbs and All 50c. and Sl.co and Varnish combined made over), 15c; ducks (under 4 lbs), 14c; Diuggfsts or b mail. H. E especially for beautifying homes turkeys, toms, old, 18c; young tur- Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or comes Pee Gee keys (9 lbs and over), 18c. St. Louis. in 11 Natural Wood colors, Eggs Prime firsts 33c, firsts 31c, White, Gold and Silver Enordinary firsts 30c, seconds 26c. RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS amel .All sizes SHOULD USE 1 Cattle Shippers, $6.758.10; butchPEASLEE-GAULBER- T er stee'ra, extra $7.858, good to CO. a piece of old doomed to end in a dork garret, can be restored to beauty and usefulness by a coat of MANY Oats No. 2 white standIt can't be beat. It sells without ard white No. 3 white 41 any trouble at all. It needs nc fr42c. No. 4 white 39Vl41c. No. 2 uarahsee " This is tTue. became mixed 40401c, No. 4 mixed 38V Hay No. 1 timothy $18.5019 :tandara timothy $17.25 17.50, No. 2 cold. D. P. Lawson of Eidson, imothy $162516.50, No. 3 timothy Tenn. writes: "Dr. King's New No. clover mixed $16 '..6.50, No. 2 clover mixed $1414.50, Discovery is the most, wonderful Vo. 1 clover $14.5015, No. 2 clover cough, cold and throat and lung vL313.50. I ever sold in my store REMEDY Dr. King's New D'scovery icflown everywhere as the remedy which will surely stop a cough or A r Wholesale House of Cihcago 4242c, 2 4243, e nii-riicin- Said the best advertisement for a General Store is to advertise every week in your local paper PEE GEE RE-NU-L- 9c. AC Wheat No. -- 9698c, red 99$1, 4 red No. 3 - J. E. Mitchell, of Pine Hill, Ky. Says the best way do just like RE-NU-L- RE-NU-L- he he can advertise, is to is doing Just keep handing the goods out CHEAP FOR CASH NCORPORATtO r- - C!ul- Manafatfurera LOUISVILLE KY. UNDERTAKES Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled sec y U. G. BAKER III vWMMaBMMh9' " common to fair heifers, extra $7.75, good to choice $7.257.65, common to fair ?57; cows, extra $6.256.50, good td choice $5.506.15, common to fair $3.755.25; canners, $34.50. 1 Bulls Bologna $G6.85, extra $7, fat bulls $6.507. Calves Extra $10.7511, fair to good $8.5010.50, common and large choice $6.857.75, $5.756.75; Rheumatism LUMBAGO. GOUT. NEURALGIA AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. SCIATICA. The Best Romedy Fop all forms of THE GREEN FRONT o ' ByHB9iHfe-- j j&IKL Hand-mad- e offirisrurnished fco- - HOPEWELL Cynthia Niceley spent Sunday with her on, Jnmes Nice ley. Miss ,Violi Kinley and brother Otttei were the guests of Mrs Emmie Barnes Saturday night. Mr. and. Mrs. Milt Rash spent Sunday, with the latters parent's, Mv. and Mrs John Logs ton. Robert "Marler has b;eu house he bought from Mrs. Mary Kirby some month ago and will move to it the latter part ot the week. Ina, the five yearold (iaijgbter ot Mr. Terry Rash is ypfered with the sick. Mrs.' $5.5010. m Hearse senl he County all parts of All Phone jnyj-'jL orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX,i 94-- S ra Hogs Selected heavy $8.50, good to choice packers and butchers $8.45 8.50, mixed packers $8.408.45, stags $4.507.10, common to choice heavy tat sows $5.508, light shippers $8.25 8.50, 2 loads early $8.65; pigs (110 lbs and less), ?68. GUNMEN WERE EMPLOYED. New York. Timothy Kennedy, one of the 15 chauffeurs on trial in the federal district court on a charge of having conspired to obstruct the United States mall, paid "Owner Madden" $200 for gunmen, according to Thomas E. Peppard, one mail-wago- n a msm kGIvasQidckRallafi JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON T?"?? KY Imil PvHHHVk Cure Swamon- Rheumatic CtHCAM W. iMko St.. -- Selz Shoes THE C. I SELLS :383iCqpK j3 t rup-Jeathers 333 ACLCLieS '& AMPLE "ROYAL BLUE" F you need a good pair of shoes it i? Padded, Sewed and new Stirrpsand Stir-- J at a reasonable price . Merits SaddlesnewlOOandup Ladies' Saddles, nsw, $500 and up Old Main Street back of Court House. W.T. DAVIS' jgieSrpe cxcJg without injury? That m y stem S3 unlikely to you that you do not even hope for an ending of your FOR FLETCHER'S trouble, but permit us to essure ou that it is not altogether imposIt has . the only'reul cohtintious v sible. If others on be cuied door ODeninc. permanently, and thousands have v.Hoop"made of tested steel, CHRONIC CONSTIPAIION. been, whv not you? John R. H hj , Hoops can.be adjusted fromjad- CURED Barker, of Battle Oreek. Mich , is He says, "I was one of them. vDoqr "made of Cakfornja Red-u."Five years ago I had the-or.- t "TU-.x- ir i" case of chronic constipation Pever trnnhled with heartbHtn. .i"diges- tion. and liver compkint untftL lewcat freigUfrbm milk to (aorr,-aba by knew of, and Chamberlain's used Chamberlain's Tabfet?, theo rost. Gttm htttr.Sih tmd Sav cured me," writes S. Ft yme u tofer lot cio and jmce. bm by JOHN Mich.. For sale by all all troubles' was over.uS-SclLOUttVMJLE SILO A TAhK CO. ' all dealers. dealers. , the witnesses examined. Peppard, HIS STOMACH TROUBLES a former private detective and chaufOVER, feur for the Postal Transfer Service Mr. Dyspeptic, would you not Co. at the time of the strike last sumthit your Vtoaiach mer, out of which the charges have like to ieel grown, also testified to the 'alleged troubles were over, thatyi u culd "Vrning of a mail wagon by gunmer eat any kind of food you de.ired of is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy I Cry C ASTORIA O-bildr- JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. b B 'I ' -- ic 6 nj h-le- ti fec-toqr- io Fish,-Btpokly-nj runo WHITE & AND HIDES VuMuctT miirrr mite iia PM RAW FUJtS AN v 8 Want om nmjmltmlMm Wrtt Cat mIm- - MES CO, " Z w ' , r i lTle. &W: