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MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JMAY 24: 1912.
VOLUME XXV.
NUMBER 34
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BRODHEAD.
J. E. Hawim of New Hope, was
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Hamm last week. Mrs. C
A. Wheeldon was in Mt Veruon,
last week. W. C. Turpcu is at
home, this week, from Mullins
Station. Joe Riddle of Walnut
Grove, was here Monday, on his
way te Ben-a, where he is attead-
scnool. -U. V. jarreti aim
were here Sat-
Mrs. Galen Rogers of Caab,
Orchard, this waek. Mr. and ,
Mrs. Cleve Brooks have moved
to the city, of Harlan. It is re
ported that Mr. Frank Brooks
and Miss Ella Rash were Married
in Harliu, the first of the week.
Mis&es Grace and Winnie
Roberts of May wood, were here
between trains, Sunday. Miss
Miranda Tate is the guest of
Miss Edith Moore, this week.
Misses Eva Albright, Sarah Os-1
borne, Jerroy and Bertha Kincer
Fred Sowder, Byron Owens,
Charles and Lee Chandler were
in Mt. Vernon, last Friday and
Saturday, taking the teachers ex
amination. Mrs. J. T. Lawrence
was in town Wednesday. Mrs
Robert Roberts, and Mrs. Robert
my
Ingall Ba ugh man
urday and Sunday, from Cooks
burg. A number attended the
Holy Roller services Sunday frcm
Crab Orchard, among those at
tending were, Mr. and Mrs R. L
Collier, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Duke,
Mr. and Mrs Thos. Butt, Bernie
Fis.li, Pettus Hayes, Ed Rogers,
WadeH. Leece and Billy George jKelley returned to their homes
Holdman and Frank Collier I : Mnvwfm,i nml n,,liville. Wed
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regular
Rev. A. J. Pike tilled his
appointment, at Froodom, Sat
urday and Sunday. Frank and
Cleve Brooks, and W. A. Tyree
were at home, from Harlan Sat
urday and Sunday. John E.
Evans traveling salesman, for
Colgate & Co., was at home from
Sunday until Tuesday. Walter
Robins and Wallace Haggard
were in Mt Vernon, last Saturday
night, to see ("The Deacons
Tribulations") Sherman Owens
and Robert Taylor were down
fromMaretburg Sunday. Mr.and
Mrs. Sproul and family of Paris
were the guests of Mrs. Sproul's
father, F. Francisco last week.
Missess Judith and Lena McCall
of Maretburg, were the guests of
their sister Mrs. J. J. Albright
from Saturday until Monday.
Miss Minnie Hiatt spent last Sun
day, in the country, the guest
of Miss Edith Moore. W. O.
Yadon was at home, from Liv
ingston, Sunday. Uncle Dan
Sowder left Monday, for Indian
apol.s Ind Luther Roberts and
sister Miss Mabel of Rowland,
were in town between trains.
'Sunday. P. A. Shelton was at
home, Sunday from LaFollette
Tenn. Mrs Ellen Mahaffey, Mrs.
R. K. Hamm and Uncle John
Sowder tire visiting their sister,
May
nesday after spending a week,
with relatives at this place.
Mrs. W. R. Brown of Highland
Park, returned, to her home after
spending a few days with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Elder. J. M. and M. F. Craig
shipped a car of wool, from this
pont Wednesday, amounting to
1616.00. The Holy Roller ser
vices held here last Sunday was
was well attended. Misses Lena
and Leila Albright were visiting,
in Crab Orchard, last week.
Dr. George Frith returned, to
his home at this place Wednesday
night. He graduated at the
Louisville College of Dentistry, J
last week, with first honors. He
left for Nashville, Tenn., Thurs
day where he will take the
Board Examination, and on his
return will locate at this point, toy which
practice his profession. George
is a fine young man, and we are
very glad to know that he decid
ed to locate here for the present
at least. Mr. aud Mrs. Giles
Carter of Tellico Plains, Tenn.,
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Carter of
Wilmore, Ky.f Mr. and Mrs. J.H.
Thomas of Carolleen, N. C, Mrs.
O. D. Rowlett, Mrs. Henry Tay.
lor and Charles Carter of Shelby,
ville, Ky., were visiting the
families of Mr. J. F. and Dr.
W. F. Carter last week. The
above together with Joe Carter
constitute the Carter family
proper. A family leunion was
held at the residence of their
parents Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Car
ter last Sunday, and a delightful
time was had. Services at the
Christian Church, will be held
each evening at 7-45 o'clock this
week, afterward services will be
held at 3-p. m. and 7-45 p- m.
Every body cordially invited, to
attend these services. Charles
Soard is at home for a few days.
He will accompany his aunt Mrs.
M. E. Minks as far as Louisville
on her way to ihathan, 111., to
visit her son. Ben Pike says he
is not the only one that has gone
to work. He accuses Granville
Owens and J. W. Tate of being
guilty of the same .offense, but
we have no f urher proof to that
effect.
W. J. Sparks Urges the People
To Get Busy On a Pike To
Pine Hill and a Hotel
For Mt. Vernon
A TEXAS WONDER.
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, removing
gravel, cures diabets, weak and
lame backs, rheumatism and all
irregularities ot the kidneys and
in boty men and women. Regu
Wes bladder troubles in chibren
If not sold by your druggist, will
be sect by mail on receipt of
$i.oo. One small bottle in two
months treatment, and seldom
fails to perfect a cure. Send for
testimonials from his and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926
Olive street Louis, Mo. Sold by
druggist.
ROCKCASTLE BOY
PARDONED.
fin ronfpfisinn nf n man who
tae I pleaded guilty to the robbery of a
Fboxcarin Rockcastle county, ot
Hobe McClure was con
victed Gov. McCreary last week
granted a lull and free pardon to
McClure. M-Clure is onlv 16
years old and is now confined in
the Stale School of Reform at
Greendale. He was charged with
being an accomplice of a man who
is now serving a term in the
penitentiary. This man has con
fessed, declaring that McClure
had nothing to do with the robbery.
Children Ory
. FOR FLETCHER'S
JASTO Rl A
Mt. Vernon, Ky.
May, 18, iqi2
Editor of the Signal:
It will only be a few weeks until
a large fcrce of men will be at work
at Pine Hill, putting up buildings
installing, machinery, grading for
rail road tracks for the million
dollar Portland Cementplant which
is surely to be built at that place.
This is to be the largest plant of
the kind in the South. It is one
of the great industries which are
going up in Eastern Kentuky and
Tennessee and we are certainly
fortunate to have this great
property erected in this county.
It will be a great benefit to our
citizens in many ways and it is
hard to estimate its value to the
citizens of Mt. Vernon, for there
are so many things to be con
sidered. These people will have a
monthly pay-roll of $2o,ooo.oo to
$30,000.00 and a great deal of it
will be spent right here in Mt.
Vernon if we can arrange to give
them a chance to come to us.
Many ot the employees will make
their homes in Mt. Vernon to have
the advantages of our schools and
to be away from the confusion of
the factory plant. These citizens
we need and must have. We must
get to work and build a first class
road to Pine Hill and it must be
done at once. One of the officers
of the company told me that if
we could get the road built, he
would build his home in Mt. Ver
non and that it would be a nice
one. Others of the company will
do likewise. They will furnish
us electric lights and power all
we can use and cheaper than we
could get it any otherway. I have
said too much already but will say
that I haven't got the cork halt
way out. Let's get busy for the
road to Pine Hill and a new hotel
tor Mt. Vernon. Let everybody
BRODHEAD FAIR ATTRACTION
THE ACCOMPANYING PICTURE SHOWS
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BRODHEAD FAIR
August 14, 15, and 16, 1912
two flights each day
making
In addition to this machine as shown in this picture Mr. Lockwood flies a
passenger carrying tractor biplane propelled by a seventy-horse power motor,
carrying passengers for ' cross-country " flights.
We are unable fo announce at this time which machine will be used on the
dates and at the place above mentioned.
The flights of Mr. Lockwood have attracted much attention throughout the
country. Beginning June 1st we will have published some interesting facts?
pertaining to our coming exhibitions.
SELBY SHOES
Its nothing to the discredit of other Shoes that
SELBY SHOES give more service for the
money Some Shoe has to be ;he best value,
and the SELBY happens to be that one
DON'T BUY ANY OLD SHOE that
has been carried from season to season but come to OUR STORE
where you will find hundreds of the snappiest styles ever shown in
this town. GET A WHITE BUCK SKEN OR A CANVASS
Everybody is doing it, and this is the only place you will find the
correct things in White Shoes. GET A TAN, GUN METAL,
PATENT, VELVET or VICL Just so it is a SELBY, you'll
have the best fit, style and value you ever wore.
SELBY SHOES
gives rest to the soul, for women
PRICES
$2 to $3.50
OTHER MAKES LOW AS $1.50
SKIRTS
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help and help quickly. Lets get
together at once and start things
with a rush. Tf there are any
"doubting Thomases" send them
to me. I have the proof of what is
doing.
Yours very truly,
W. J. Sparks.
ESCAPES AN AWFUL FATE
A thousand tongues could not
express the gratitude of Mrs. J. E.
Cox of Joliet, 111, for her wonder
ful deliverance from an awful
fatt. "Typhoid pneumonia had
left me with a dreadful cough, she
writes. "Sometimes I had s,uch.
awful coughing spells I thought J
would die. I could get no help
from doctor's treatment or otbey
medicines tiU I use Pr-. ingI
New Discovery. But I owe mk
life to this wonderful remedy for f
scarcely cough at all now." Quics
and safe, its the most reliable or
all throat and lung medicines.
Every botile guaranteed. 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottle free at Chas.
C. Davis'.
LETEL GREEN.
NEW ENTERPRISE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Flour - Meal - Shipstuff - Hay
Corn - Oats and Field Seeds
County Merchants save FREIGHT. TIME and MONEY
in getting their supplies from us
LET US CONVINCE YOU
WE BUY CROSS TIES
ADAMS & GRIFFIN
West Main Street near Eailroad Crossing
MT. VERNON, KY.
Let us show you our- line
ofAL-WOOL SKIRTS
made in the newest styles,
trimmed or plain two
piece Skirts. .
$2to$6.50
WALK-OVER SHOES
Don't judge the value of Walk-Over Shoes
by the price. They are worth more For men
$3.50 to $4.,
Look for the Walk-Over Sign
SUTTON & McBEE
THE EMPORIUM
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Rev. John Soward preached a.
verv interesting sermon tft a iafge
audience at Friendship last $m--day.
C. E. Mucins traveling
salesman for Arn,old, Hamilton
a.n.d. IjVWn, of Richmond was here
last week calling on the mer
chants. WlP-. Penny and family
of Clarence, Ky., spent Saturday
and Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. W.
H. Hurst.
Little Rissie Riddle was with
her grandmother, Mrs. J. L.
Thompson last week. Miss Daisy
Thomas who has been very sick is
able to be out aain. Mrs. Mary
Jane DeBord has gone to make
her home with her daughter,
M:s. C. H, Herrir, her son-in-law
Mr. Graves, will likely move to
her old place. flen Catron is
visiting his sister Mrs, W. F.
DeBord this week.Gran Sowder
was at Somerset last Monday 00
business. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd
Owena spent last Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Shell. J.
H. Vanhook, ot Ocala, was with
his sister Mrs. O. J. Mullins last
Sunday. Misses Mollie Owens
and Ora Brown were the guests
of Misses Maude and Jalia
.Thompson Saturday night and
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Isaacs, of
Woodstock, were,with Mrs. Isaacs'
parents Sunday. Miss Viola De
Bord letunwd from - ML Vacaon
BARGAINS
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Men's $450 Shoes - - - - $3.25
" ' 3.50 " - - - - 2.75
4.00 Oxfords - - - 3.25
3,50 .... 2.75
Ladies' Oxfords - - $1.50 to 2.25
Misses' Oxfords - - - J. 25 to 1.50
A lot of Ladies' Fine Shoes at cost.
Call and see our line.
Our shoes are good and our
PRICES RIGHT
NOE & DAYS
Sunday she ws the guest of
Miss Lenora Parrett while there.
Edd Brown spent last Thurday
night with his sister, Mrs. Eu
euene McWilliaras at Bee Lick.
Miss Isabelle Ping is very sick?
with mumps. Mrs. Emmet Hasty
of PVeacbersville, spent last week
with'ber fatfcer, M. M. Brown,
who remains very low with bron
chitis. Dr. Isaacs and Estil Price
are the champion fishermen of our
town. They have made two trips
to Buck creek of late but they
never tell what they caught. F.
E. Gentry spent Sunday witl
relatives at Qaail,
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