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MT. VERNON SIGNALl
Mt. Vernon, Kym Feb 14, 1913
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22 ucTtn 4.59 pm
24 north 3:53 a m
13 south 11:38 am
21 South 12:19 am
Tas. Landrum, Agent.
Phone No. 8.
Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffioe
as secand'dui mail matter.
Dick Albright was up from
Robert Harry Miller has accepted
a position in Knoxville, Tenn.
Bane Carson was here irons
Tellico Plains Tenn., Tuesday.
Logan R. Hughes, of Stanford,
was in town Sunday a few hour.
J. H. Ward and C. H. Frith were
up from Brodhead Monday on
Miss Lavina McGraw, of
Junction City, is the guest oi Miss
Mrs. W. Gr. McBee was with
her mother, Mrs. D. B. Southard,
" of Stanford, first of the week.
Hn. T. C. Duke was called to
Louisville last week on account of
the serious jlluess of her sister.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mcllqubam,
of Pittsburg, were with Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Cox from Friday
Our folks ( J- M. ) have received
from Mm. Staverson, the expert
aau-?age maker a doen and a half
patties of &hat delectable edible.
Mrs, R. B. Mucins is in receipt
of a card from Mr. and Mrs. V,
. McClary, of Pueblo, Colo., an
ooundng-the arrival of WUHam
Butner McCIary oa the first.
James Maret is In Ashvile. N,
C. attending the Southern Good
Roads Meeting. The right man
in the right place. If we only had
a few more (J M.'s) in our midst
what a different town we would
Overcoat, at Half Price at Fish's.
John' Robins and Utile daughter
Mildred, weie up from Brodhead
3.afWhatever you do don't fail to
ee the p&y "A Regular Flirt'-',
at the Graced Spbool bujlding this
The Woman's Missionary tec-
et,f of the Presbyterian church
ilj mee$ on Thurhdav, February
2otb, at y$o at the home of Mrs.
J. A. Landrum.
Wanted: Fifty 50) nice
Country hams. Will pay 124 cts.
per pound cash delivered at my
tore Mt, Vernon, Ky. .
W, A. McKenzie,
2-i4-3t. near deppj;
jyayiE; J will be in Mt. V er:
nop eylexy Monday and pay the
jparkef price in cash for county
produce of aljL kindtf
W. $. MgCr,URg,
g-if-3t. MJb. yernon, &y.
BEtfTON -TATEj--Mr. Shirley
'JPalte and Miss WiJHe Benton, ttje
kgaufctful daaghtfr of Mrs. P.
Bentog, of Millersbug, were
parried at the home of the ?ijde
Wednesday. Mr Tate holds ,
good position wUb tlje CarrolJ
Drug Co., of Moirisfowu, Tfnrj.,
sad jsasplandid young map.
We extend, to fcUJs nappy aijd
ptendid young couple our very
A special from Stanford dafe4
Feb. 8, 1913 say: GroverC. Hays
a young farmer of Madison county
' and Mrs. Margaret F. Bigger
suff, of Clark county, wert married
My IOC 01. xiaapu auici udic uy
the Rev. Garland Singleton.
Young Hayes is a Rockcastlt
boy. He is a nephew of AUT
townsman J. F. Griffin and MX9,
S. 0. iVanWin. .Learnei te
fcgrapby.Underi J. A. Latdfum
ttsejro years ago has bee tele-
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DoQ,t for e . enjCTa,ent
tne uraaea ocnooi unuuiu
this ev ning.
A Regular Flirt will be the at
traction at the Graded School
building this evening. The olay
promises to be one of the best
given by the local company.
Don't lail to see the . best play
of the season, "A Regular Flirt"
to night at" Graded School Build
ing. Admission 15. 25 and 35 cts.
Benefit of the Christian Church.
For Sale: A housa and lot
neartbe Mt. Vernon Fairgrounds.
Or will exchange for live stock.
Feb. 14 3t. Mt. Vernon, Ky.
Round trip ticket to Atlanta for
$10.25 May 12. 13. 14. 15, 19 20
limit June 10th 1913 account of
General Assemblies Presbyterian
Lost: The finder of my silk
mercerized rain coat with a fine
pair of tan kid gloves in the
pockets. Coat light grey. Please
leave same at Drug Store of C. C.
Davis and get the reward.
Notice: All persons having
1 aims against the estate of G.
W Pitman, deceased, are requested
to prove same, as required under
the statutes, and file same with us
K. J. McKinney,
Administrator estate of G. W.
Mr. Will Merricks, a Rockcastle
boy who is making good with the
L. & N. and Miss Margaret
Buchanan, of Paris were married
in that city last week. They are
now with Mr. Merricks parents
here for a few days. They will live
in Paris c
OO last Friday the February
social meetfcE of the Woman's
Club- was hfeld at the home of
Mrs. Willis Adams, the hostess
being Mr. Adams, Miss Adams,
and Mrs Ab Sparks. The even
j'ng was pleasantly spent in a
social way yitb games and con
versation The following program,
was presented: Intrqdncjtory re
marks by the president, Migs
MeCord, reading by Miss Adams,
music by Miss McGiaw and Mrs
Miller, and speeches by Rev
George Watson, Judge Bsthut'tira
and Mr Furnish. Delicious r e
fresbments were served.
The court house was filled to its
capacity Wedntsday evening to
hear the lectures of Dr. Lock,
representing the Rockefeller Insti
tute and Dr. Mark, the State
Sanitary Engineer. Dr. Lock
apoko at-length on the different
diseases, and the pj'eyenljqn' p
jLame. but principally the Hook
worm, which has been found so
nrpunlpnt in Kentuckv. Dr Lock
,';;:;'", in a
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and is at erea conJugting a si;
weeks campaign at this timr Xt
is marvelous to know how many
people are affected with this little
parasite which is gradually sap
ping their life away and they do
not realize whai or where the
trouble is-uutil it is everlastingly
too late. Tnrough the generosity
of our fiscal Cour, whjcb q)ada
a small appropriation for tha
purpose, Dr. Lo'ck will come to
this" county sometitne during the
gtjramer of 1913 and condqet a
Hqqkwqrm caranaign In everv
community fcnrougljgut the county
where needed. IJr. Mark talke
ajong the line 01 sanitation ana
paved, the way for what we Vjelgvg
ill b,e $ better gleaner fysatybier
an4 more sanitary cguujiy a a
whqle. Que fljing tfiat r. Mark
spoke of in particujar was ttje
sagitary tajjljs or rgcenticjes fop
ir T?ate ffiaterisls ?h4 ?very
person of conjinbn ordiqary intei
geftce realijtes tlat he tnore
densely poptjlatfd a own oonftty
gi gBmrnunfty bcoges, t-b.e rflore
fqipgrtant i tbis quesion,. le
dwelt at lngtb of the importance
with our sQbqpte, a4 before
notlier yeftr the s,ubjcc will be
rural district. This
is for the wQifari ol the people
uq umt Bu-ujirv-iiu.1 . i-r
aceasarv to get the best results.
Mt. Vernon is the first town
Its size in mseHa outue ota,ie
morial i:Sch6ol" with the 'State
&t0tiVy eiiteer ;more thaB.a, t the $& SchoSl lBtfS
tmjh final suited in. this ovening Feb. iith; aJv
rs. Mark and
Miss"Etther Sa.sser, of Bertha.
Kentucky entered Langdon dorm
torv this week and is taking re
Miss Dovie Hibbard is a board
ing pupil and is devoting most of
her attention to domestic science
Miss Mary Joseph from Leslie
county is( anew member of the
Mrs. Wolcott, of bhelbyville,
who came to address the Farmers
Institute on Home Improvement
was a guest at the dormitory and
delighted both teachers and pupils
wjth bgr.ch, arming, personality and
Mr. aiorse aiso Here ror me
Partners Institute gave a strong
chapel talk o;i ' The Growth of
the Plant" The gtrli ot the class
m agriculture showed by their
intelligent answers to his questions
that they weie taking advantage
of their opportunity to become
familiar with the subject. Mr.
Watson has charge of this class.
Miss Sadie Abernathy, of Pu
laski. Tenn , teacher of both voice
and piano, 'vho is highly recom
mended for. her eac ng ability
has been gngaged, as, head of the
music department, j),nd is expected
here the lagt of the week. All
who expect to take music'should
bold themselves in ' readiness to
begin lessons the first ot the.
Miss Wanzer has been called
home by the illness of her m.ither
It is hoped that she will be ao.e
to return '"soon.
Zelma Brown is back after &n
absence due to illness.
Kate D(ebord accompanied by
Bertha Litton spent Sunday at
Sajlie Stewgr.t wag, at h$me for
te yeek enjj.
n his iss- qppegrs the an
nqunceme,nt of H. C. foqes as a
candidate fop jailer, subje.t to the
rppubljparj primary net August. J
Round trip ticket- to Louisville
for 5.25 Feb. 16, 17, and iath.
imitgd reb, 2d. Recount Ken;
tucjjjv retl harovv.are and stpye
The'Agt t&injdv. 1'A. Regular
FlptM ' Yt $ es,ented at te
Qraded Schqol Building this Ye
ing. An up,-to-.dae tfledy 'by
nA report received from Living
ton yesterday is to the. effects
j that ijiviogstoii is sure to have a
hnnlr A lorQfi t . ... ,;
ka8 aFea(Jy b6en sGbscVibed with
n-n: 1 in- M-fcV4 tuc SIIJCK
$nch en as R. L. Thomas, of
fch rivinrston r,,mh.;p'-f
of Mr jAWj ,fldacJ. -. i
ct , Mtlrqtfl 4Bo. tft!n2
A RegnJaR EMrt wilK'oTPPKiimr
mission .re. c aA ' , . ty
You Ought to
Is here waiting for you to try on Leave just half the price with us
and take the coat along Of course you'll NED a good heavy
Overcoat for a couple of 'months yet ; and one of these will dress you
well for a couple of years longer
$15 COATS at $750
$10 COATS at $500
They must all go
Grab a good thing while
And Applied His Knowledge In
Advising the Teacher.
CHANGE OF SCENE NECESSARY
Some of the Things Tha We Are Apt
to Overlook In Training the Young
sters Two Workers and What They
The new teacher was dojng her beat
at'lie ijttlp gch'qb'lhQiise at the forks
Qf the rqafl. Bho had been at work for
three weeks and her spirits were
drooping under the care of fifty boys
and girls that recited in eight different
grades, to say nothing of the worry of
a smoky stove and a very uncomfort
The old colonel at whose home the
teacher- stayed had said to his wife a some idea regarding the economic im
few moments after he had met her: p0rtance of corn may be had by a real
"She carries her head like she had blue jzation that In the United States it ex
blood in her veins.i No need of an over- cee&s in acreage, yeld nntt value who.it.
check with her. Seems a pity she's f0atSt barjey, flax. rye. b.ucwheat ami
goin' to have to worry with this school potatoes' combined. pur Country,
don't it?" . v . - .j .
' One evening when the little teacher:
iho froirtrfpy t tfoe tyffl thg rstless
nggs 'ufj IntQqtioq V'the pbildrqq.
would you like tq try some ftf the ad-
vice I give the men who. tKw my tuy-ned away There were nine
biobded co.its. th.a ar? Mqg taught actions at the evening service
trotting for the wee course?"
RiV6u OQU't mean that 1 must begin. d two at the morntng service
to wliip the children, do you?" (yesterday, making 92 additions to
"Oh, dear, no! Very little of that date and the meetiug continues
does any good either on the training . . . .
track or in the classroom. It is like with unabating interest The or
this: We put the colt on the track, and diuance of baptism wus adminis
day after day he goes over and over tered to tVentV candidates at the
his lesson. He gains for some time in ' . .' , , , 1 a
his work; then suddenly 'Ww ti evening service. Today at 10
lose interest. Tflo 'wliip cannot give' o'clock Evangelist Doil Q. Smith
hlra hack bis lost interest, so I tell my preached on "The, Terms of True
trainer to jog him along one of the '
turnpikes. I tell the man not to trv to "sctpieamp. At r;.JU mis even .
give him any speed or lessons 'a txs, g the subject will be "TheGreat
sort, but jist let him, ao'a Mt of ne Salvation.''" The. meeting will
country, aomo wagons and horses a,nd ,.. . -(rt:t11ip 'ih Vt,'r
autos passing, give him a change and,,
a' resf Jn; a few days we bring him,
buck to the track, and he's better, "tha
oyer, anil his interest V b wurfe is
'';Yo du,'t mean th,at I could waste
my time running arpund over the coun-
THE UTTXJ: SCflRftfUftUgg ax Iue forks
" OF Tan DQJtb.
trv with mv nunils. do v6u? Why, the
people are paying me S50 & mJn'th 6r
I I, IK ."l .1 ljill.Il I ' '
my work-''- 1 , ' ' '
rVfhen things are as.they are. Hjere.yop,
are Wuggllp with fifty childre' Tou,
are expecieu w siv vsw, uKf1. WPr-n-s.
face darkening, then, said, hurr&dter '
-way. 1- yy ,i-fB?.,'A "cw "u
onder driylng that 'young trotting
horse $300 a month for."every month in
f Fik xraar Tt' thf ld storv over azain.
We. fail to realise that the biggest and
.! Again-, 1 am, mad- t$ understand.
things; laTjj5tfr0 o)d colonel. Sudf
(ja'tiis't'e clouded.' aWhe'e'xelaimj
dnPI shouldn't Vaugh. L1 ought; t6 erx.
for the great wee 01 ui, anaJ you, ure,
iWufeed "moment, the frown, on, hfe
j t . . Jt r
for the SIGN
OF GOOD CLOTHES IN
bravrraiuTJuliraTrrer o? a cV.ul In mak
lag. We fall to see anything but the
dollars and cents that are close at
She Was Twice as Good.
The group about the cross roads
store had been discussing the ' new
teacher who had taken the school on
e when he trustee of the dis
trict rode up and disniountea. At
once one of the men asked: "Say. Ren.
we've been talk in' about the new
teacher out on the ridge. How's sle
".Well, I think she's fine. I think
she's just about tvvice as good as the
one we had last year."
"You do? Why, I thought you was
certain the one last year was A No. 1
How do you figure it out?"
"Yes. I believe she is. You soe. 1
watched the teachers I hire out at mj
school mighty close. I do. Houest. I
dont think she missed whippin' sonic
toy every day. an' she averaged about
two a day through both terms ot
school. That's goin' some. This new
one has been out to the school only a
little more than two weeks, an' she's
started out mighty strong Do yon
know, she's averagin' four boys a du
So you see I'm certain she's just twice
as good as the other one we had.'"
Las Thu.rs.day night
Lexington, Fifth 9trrt
Church every available.
filled and many
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for Iniais and Children.
TIw Kind You Have Always Bqlii
1 y ttteiwiggia Fggecf Fence 1
With ihc LuSsl- Improvements This Is the
Highest; facility Wire Fencing &fcdct Bar None
Based, on. lootf-time. expariments, de- o make the best fence.
cidfidj TOprovements. have been made in
'sbuVgh Perfect." AS MAQB TO
DY it is so far superior t? any other
as tp "place it in a clasjs, by itself
hesejmprovrnents concern the qus-i
ity; of vinr3,, construction and galvawing:
4crfree vital points, t,hat niust. be right
Modern Different Stylc3foFEI,FA:01.RArtCtI.LANVN. C
C'klClfiN,, POULTRY RABSTT YARD and GARDEN -V&aT
Ask you 5satr fbr "Phtcburgh Perfect" and Insist on his furm3hlhg
yoa that some other fence is jast S3 good, If he doesn't
"PifeVmft Perfect" Brands of Bcrbed Wire: j ..
BriihTcd&GoVoni.WTad MPT -
lble Wires Mara s;iidk -&u ku; ctu.u
staple; rouitry rtenro jjcpijj., cjoi.iuij iii"- raim T
Nik- C.ivnniied Wire rJaibs Lares Hcsd YMPJBBRR
'Roo(ia Naib Smsle Loop Rale Tct; Pitts- GjrK- fifc
hursh Perfect" Fencias. AU mzde c Ojen .Sfii' ?tS M&
r ' s113ISr6r-
$12.50 COATS at $6.25
$ 350 COATS at $425
The will all go
Don t wait and
See the coats to-dav
IF ITS NOT RIGHT
AND WE WILL
Don't fail to see "A Regular
Flirt" at the Graded School Buiid
ng this evening, February 14th
Dours open at 7:00, performance
begins at 7:30.
August 6, 7 and S, 1913 are the
dates set for holding the 1913 ex
hibition of the Mt. Vernon Fair
A sninil cottage belonging to
B. Kamsey and located on West
Main street, burned last Saturda
night. The building was fully
covered by the insurance
The pastoi f Presbyterian
church at Livingston wili meet hts
usual appointment there Sunday.
For oai.k: 1 tract of land seven
(7) ncres on the East .side of R.
R. in Conway, Ky., good S room
dwelling known as the Heath
property, built 00 modern style,
finishv tl in. ijood'style, with sum
mer kitchen; good well, good ham,
aud good garden; good store uouse
Go x 24 ft. and other out buildings.
Unegood man cottage as good '
as new, Vt' finished. About 15 j
youny lmit tress. 1 will sell tor
S 5250, on easy term-. A spleudxd
stand to sell g t h. For further
particulars add-ess r$ at- Conway I
Ky.. or U S, Wy.vft,
Feb, .V3 mo W. M Id. yes.
JT"h A E38B 1
J Brodhead Ky
ft l r Coffins, Caskets and Robes,
in our own furnaces and mills $?em the
bre to the finished product. We know
everything' is riht from start to finish.
These facts positively insure jrour in
vestment in "Pittsburgh Perfect"
Regular Services at the B iptist
church Sunday Feb., 16th. at ir
a. m. and 7 30 p. m. Sunday
School at 10 a. m. Weekly prayt r
meeting every Thursday evening
Public cordially invited to attend.
T. C. Duke,
Nothing Doing at All.
TTrtTnio "Qn cVio dirln't TAtii-n vrmr-
Shove, eh?" Pckua "Return my lover
Why, she didn't ern retu my prea
enta." Town Topics.
Makes Home Baking Easy
The on!y baking powsfar
made front Royal Crapm
Cream of Tartar
KO ALUM 0 UME PHOSPHATE
f UfMrA O"
- t uvvrto
Mail, Telegraph or Tele
phone orders Promptly
We now produce "Pittsburgh Brct"
It. Do not allow him to pcrsuad
sell it, vrrite n direct.
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