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Mt. Veknon, kYj Get. II, 1912
1 i, "No, 79" when
van tto Communis
te with SIGNAL
LOUISVILLC & NHVILLC R.R.CO.
22 uorth 4.46 p m
24 north 3:53 a m
23 south 11:38 a m
2i South 12:19 am
Phone No. 8.
Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice
as second-class mail matter.
H. Snj'der is now book-keeper
for the K. P. at Piue Hill.
Mr. and Mrs Wni. Taylor are
the proud parents of a fine girl
J. H. Branaman the VVildie
merchant has been on the sick
Jim Adams, son of Al Ada ms
near town has joined tbe U. S.
Joe Childress was with his sister
Mrs. Joe Wood near town during
Steve Gray has sold his farm
near Dudley and will move to
Mr. W. C. Surber, of Junction
City, is here to see his sister, Mrs.
S. C Davis.
Mrs. Fritz Kruegerhas returned
from a pleasant visit to Ottenhein,
Dr. W. T. Amyx and J. A.
Oliver were up from Livingston
during the week.
J. B. McKenzie has returned
home lrom Burnside where he has
been for a few week.
Mrs. Mae Underwood, nee Miss
Mae Miller, is spending a few days
vith relatives here.
F. L. Thompson Jr. was in
Louisville last week attending the
State Bankers' meeting.
O. R. Hancock, for some timf
-with the K. P. Co., Pine Hill has
gone to Fort Worth, Texas.
Miss Alice Ward, of Livingston
has returned home after a few
days visit with Miss Myrtle
W. T. Davis represented the Mt.
Vernon Lodge I. O. O. F. at the
Grand Lodge which met at Somer
Charley Adams and Miss Vir
ginia Davis diove to Orlando and
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Laswell.
Mr. James Cox is here from
California visitinff the family ot
bis brother, Mr. W. H. Cox whom
be has not seen since 1871.
Mrs. W, H. Cox continue. sick
but seme hetter tfcan she was.
Miss Grace , who had typhoid and
little Edward are both improving.
Jones Hiatt and mother, Mrs.
Tabitha Hiatt, of near town have
foeea visiting Mr. and Mrs. Andv
Baker, near Plato, Pulaski county.
Mrs. J. H. Browning has moved
to Home Adams' property for the
winter in order to have their
children in our splendid schools.
Neal Parrett. the contractor and
.expert craftsman, is pushing work
on the Dayis bungalow on Rich'
enflnd Ave., oa 3rd. street and M.
J. Millers double tore on East
A number of our citizens from.
town and county will attend the!
Masonic Grand Lodge meeting in
Louisville next week. Many
others will take advantage of low
Mrs. Fanny Adams and Judge
L. W. Beihurum took the Judge's
little daughter, Tevis, to Louisville,
Tuesday; to have-an-operation per
formed on her throat. A message
received yesterday says the opera;
tiou was successful.
George Owens, on advice of his
doctor, went out into the country
last Thursday to remain two
weeks for the purpose of resting
up and recuperating. He was
back in town Monday somewhat
improved, and at work again,
Archie L. Clayton, a prominent
real estate dealer of Jacksonville.
Fla,., was here Saturday and Sun
day. He w'Hk Mrs. Claytou and
little son. who have been here
eritfe her umde G. 0. Fish. and
famWy during the Snmer left
Jiiay for Jacksonville.
Miss Sadie Richards has ehtered
School at Coi-dome.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham
spent Sunday at Bradhead.'
Mrs. S. C Davis has been much
worse for the past few days.
Miss Minnie Riddel is here from
Blast Bernstadt the guest of Mrs. J.
Willie Cummins will leave in a
few days for Danville, 111., to ac
cept . position.
Miss Clyde Lair has returned
from a two weeks visit to family
of her uncle, G. D. Cook.
Cas Cox, the barber, was called
to Pittsburg, Wednesday, on ac
count of the death of his sister.
Wra. Poynte r the hardware and
grocery man who has been with
relatives at Jamestown Ind., has
Mrs. H. H. Carmical and Mrs.
Kitty Smith are in Brooklyn, N.
Y. with their daughter and sister
Mrs. M. T. Menihan.
Richard Moore and Buck French
two of the most prominent farmers
and good roads advocate of the
Rockcastle river section were in
Rovey Mullins the efficient and
popular Superintendent and Gen
eral Manager of the Winchester
Granite, Brick Co., at Dudley
was in town Saturday.
See-thy-hew Walk-Over shots
it Sutton & McBee's.
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You ought to see Fish's $7
Special Suits for men.
Sutton & McBee are showing
a full line of Ladies and Misses
cloaks suits etc.
Madam Rumor rays there
be a number of weddings in
around town this fall.
A. B. Furnish sold the
Dvche lot on Main street to
Thomas Rider, consideration
When in Mt; Vernon
MAKE OUR STORE
The bungalow of Chas. C. Davis
on Richmond St. is nearing com
pletion and will be a beauty when
Mrs. W. F. Anderson, ot Hazel
Patch, is dead.
Rain coats for women at,
Sutton & McBee's.
Rubbers. You will need them
and Fish has the best in town.
Boys long pant suits, black
double or single breasted style fo?,
3:50 at Fish's.
You can get the Clothcraft
guaranteed all wool clothing at
Sutton & McBee's.
Mt. Vernon has jnst received its
first full car load of crockeryware,
purchased by U. G. Baker.
Digging for basement, and
foundation for the Montrose hotel
at corner of Main and 3rd. streets
attract crowds daily.
The Young Peoples Missionary
League meets at the Dormitory
tonight. The lesson assignment
is Chapter 1 of "The Challenge of
The protracted meeting at the
Baptist church attracts large
crowds and the splendid setmons
of Rev. Barnes are much enjoyed.
Col. Roosevelt will be in Louis
ville next Wednesday for a few
hours and will make a two hours
talk. Several Rockcastle people
expect to hear him. 1
WE take tLis occasion to extend a hearty
welcome to our friends in this and adjoining
counties to visit us
We want to talk to you
about your new fall
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Dr. A. G. Lovell has moved to
the residence of Judge L. W.
Bethurum on Richmond street
where he will reside tempoiarily
while his home is undergoing
"A Man after God's own Heart"
will be the subject of tbe morning
sermon at the Presbyterian church
Sunday. Evening subject will be
"The Call of the Mountains."
Nesbitts Golden Ointment cures
all skin diseases, eryesipelas. ec
zema, tetter, ring-worm, scald
head, burns, old sores and the
itch. 50 cents per jar. Mfg and
sold by. R. R. Beasley,
Mt. Vernon, Ky.
The Young Peoples Christian
Endeavor Society will meet Sun
day evening at 6:15 at the Presby
terian church. The leader for
the evening will be Benjamine
Fish back. You and your friends
are cordially invited.
One of the most enthusiastic
Good Roads meetings ever held
in this county was held Tuesday
night at Langford school house
There were short talks from
several and it is thought that
most of the men in that section
will vote fcr the Bond Issue.
YOU have to trust to somebydy for the
quality of these things and you might as
well trust us. We offer you the best this
country affords at prices as low as first-class
goods can be sold
Our $15 Special Suits are the big
gest values in America We'd like to have
you try on and examine some of these good
clothes any time you have the time
We are exclusive agents for
The Bates Shoes
And we believe that it will be to your interest to
see the styles we are displaying for Fall and
Winter wear before you buy
You can buy these extra good Bstes
Shoes here at any price from $350 to $500 ;
and at every price you'll get the best shoe ever
made to sell at such a price
We'd be pleased to show you all these
and lots of other good things to wear
L. &N. watch inspector, S. C.
Franklin, at his new Main street
shop, Mt. Vernon, will sell you
any of the standard makes of
watches and save you money. adv2t
Spectacle and nose glasses scien
tifically fitted while you wait, at
living rates by S. C. Franklin at
new Main Street shop, Mt. Vernon;
next door to Jonas McKenzie. adv2t
Chairman Chas. C. Davis will
address the people at Medical
Springs school on Saturday night
Oct. 12. Chairman Davis is doing
a splendid work and we trust that
a large and appreciative audience
will greet him on this occasion.
We regret very much that we
ar unable to print the picture
of the P:ke family reunion Jheld
at Brodnead Jon Sept, 29th.
in this weejs issue, but we failed
to get the halt tone in time for
this week. We will have it next
week with an account of that
most enjoyable event of that
large family of people.
Judge B J. Bethurum will be
in Rockcastle next Friday and
Saturday and will address the
people at tbe following times and
places ou the Good IJoads question.:
Brodnead, Oct, 18 at 10 4. in.
Liviugstou, Oct. 18 at 7 p. m.
Wildie, Oct. 19. at 1 p. m.
Mt. Vernon, Oct, 19 at 7 p. m.
Hickory nuts. Walnutg, per
simmons, chestnuts and wild
grapes plentiful, including the
possom crop. Tbe writer assisted
in feasting on a fat juicy speciman
of the latter named a few davs
since and had Cull McClure hunt
ing for others, but the old sinner
has quit the search claiming he
was badly bitten by nine of the
animals in bis last outing a few
nights back. ,
Judge R. G, Williams will ar
rive in Rockcastle on Thursday
Oct. 24th. and will make six
speeches in the county on the
Good Road Question. Tbe dates
Wildie, Thursday, Oct. 34, 1 P. M.
Hickory Grove, " ". "3:30 pm
Brodhead, Thurs.. " " 24 7 p m
Monday was the first unnual
election of the Mt. Vernon Fair
Association, resulting in the elect
ion of the following as officers and
President C. C. Davis, Vice
Presidents F. L. Thompson, J.
W. Parsons, W. G. Hysinger,
Treasurer "J. Fishand Secre
tary E. R. Gentry. Direc
tors: James Cummins, Wm.
Poynter, W. M. Bullock, R. G.
Moore. G. S. Griffin, T. J. Niceley
Judge L. W. Bethurum, Sam
Pennington and T. N. Noe.
The second week in August
1913 was named as the time for
holding the second annual exhi
YOUNG Mtf, EDUCATE FOR
SUCCESS MAKE MONEY
AND BE HONORED
' Military authorities and big
game Lunters are much interested
in a new rifle sighting s stem that
is designed to eliminate the
necessity for estimating distances
and adjusting sights in long-range
Of the emington negative angle
system, as the invention's called
Sir George Greenuill, a noted
Enelish ballistical expert; says in
a recent lecture:
You are not experimenting: on
yourself when you take Chamber
lain's Cough remedy for a cold as
that preparation has won its grer,t:
reputat' m and extensive sale 1 y
its remarkable cures of colds, ami
can alvays be depended upon.
It is eq illy valuable for adults
and chil.iren and may be given to
'The hew ?vs- voung children with implicit con-
tem proves that since the origin
of firearms our method of sighting
in active service rifle firing hasi
been wrong. The invention is
likely to bring about a revolution
in the art of shooting."
In brief, the system utilizes the
well-known fret that the apparent
size of an object decreases as the
distance increases as the distance
increases. The user of the nega
tive angle sight is instructed to
Sight at a ppint the height of
the object under it. If the arm
were the army rifle and the target
a man, the point of aiming
would be about 5 feet 6 inches
below the man's feet. With the
regulation ammunition, as furnish-
fidencc as it contains no harmful
drug. Sold by Chas. C. Davis.
"I didn't get much of a man."
snarled the wife.
"Well, you wouldn't expect a
first class man to pick you out,
would you?" was the gentleman's
And then the row wa"s on full
The Wilbur Smith Business
College, Lexington Ky., has
backing it a fine I'ecord of .35
years, thousands of successful
graduates, and incorporated by
bankers, merchants and officials. 'ed for the-army rifle, the negative
Telephone operators in Egypt
are required to speak English,
French, Italia, Greek and Arabic,
Two women are able to say
more in an afternoon than a man
can learn in a lifetime.
It you wish a course of Book
keeping, shorthand, Typewriting
or Telegraphy, write for a 72
page catalogue, free, containing
particulars, to W. R. Smith,
Solomons Temple was, not s.q
large as many have" imagined t
to be. It was 60 cubits long 20
cubits wide and 30 cubits high.
Tbe cubit being 18 inches srlves
the di mentions in feet as follows;
9o feet long, 30 feet wide and 45
feet high. Its cost is supposed to
have been millions upon millions
If anybody told you that deaf
mutes are now enjoying long tele
phone conversations about nothing
in -particular like tbe rest of us,
would you believe it? It's a fact
though Theyjpress 1 u tons tbtt
flish electric Alphabets at tba
other end of t6e line and get the
message rather better than ordi-j
narv folks. We can do about,
anything these days.
Lame back is one of
common forms of
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Freedom," 3:30 p: m. "give re!ief For salfiv.
Mt. Vernon Frt. " " - 7:00 p. m. jfc, Chos. C. Davis.
angle system will insure hits on
the man target at all ranges from
100 to 825 yards, which is' an
increase of about 300 yards over
the range of the present battle
At first it would appear tha
gome' trouble might fae met; in
sighting, However no difficulty
whatever is found in aiming at
a point 5 feet 6 inches below a
man's feet, particularly as the
men is conveniently on the spot
to afford a gauge, very much like
a foot rule photographed with
another object to indicate com
The new system is the invention
of II. Ommundsen, an Englishman
who vi on the King's prize at a
recent English national shoot, and
iwbo has been high up in the same
contest on several, other occasions.
That the system is applicable
to all knds of gameshooting with
a rifle is evident, as to do away
with guss ng at distances must
.inevitable help the hunter : to in-;
the most-evitably help the hunter to in-
.iwuuscuiar -rPaep his.- fif ri avcraoivi
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toiII At'tne tournament ot the New-
SAVED LEG OF BOY.
"It seemed that my 14-year old
bov would have to lose his leg, on
account of an uglv ulcer, caused
by a bad bruise," wrote D. F,
Howard, Aquone, N. C. lAU
.emedies and dodtors treatment
failed till we tried Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, and cured hiru with
one box, "Cures, burns, . boils,
skjn eruption, piles. 25 cents at
Chas. C. Davis'.
If you do not know what a
"besorn" is, do not allow the Jact
to depress you. Nobody seems to
Cull McClure, whose name
appears once in awhile in these
columns, has a copy of first issue
of the Signal published in 1887
under the name of Mountain
THAT THIS STORE IS
A Good Place to Buy Overcoats
That JUST NOW is a gocd
time for one.
That wa have everything in Over
coats that any man could wish tor
TSJOW that we all know
A what we know, come
in 1111.I see how near riylit we are
EST At the Sign of the fish
Th Home of Good Clothes
WE. are showing the best line
of Furniture ever brought
to Livingston. Let us
show you before you make your
fall purchases We have every
thing for the home from the
basement to the attic.
E. L. COCRELL
Thomas Hargreaves, proprietor
of the Arcade. Hotel, Whose circus
is wintering atChester, Pa., carried
a cub lion in a suitcase to the
home of a-friend a few days since.
The young?.lion was permitte 1 to
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run anout me nouse nice a Kitten.
The best plaster. A piece of
flannel dampened with Chamber
lain's Liniment and, bou,nd on
over the affected parts is superior
Just arrived a full and complete, line of Ladies',
Misses and Children's Cloaks. The best' line
ever shown in Brodhead. See them before
The men should examine our line of Beckley-
JMcUure "world-beater" Line of Clothing
to a plaster and costs only one
I Jersey State Rifle Association last teuth as tnuch.. For sale by
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ucgiuuve angle system '
Chas. C. Davis.
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