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Established XIII lilYlNOBTUA COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MOII, f f -- J monarch of the air, this morning HELM'S STRONG SPEECH. took his place on a distant oak forth the long'roli and even Abney Has gnne to Mon-Veorge Po, ier nre Henj-Mf and MfS the snake, that hateful reptile, has Vicouously Opposes PrndiNg job of cpl:verv iowwitKifever,-rj6h- n VirghhAo Vk Roberts ark. on Ocean Mail Subsidy ...hlnir fnr the Bie HHl'oai who lived on Pikes Peak has mov- again made its appearance, .So Bill Co. Chas Drew is moving fron ed to Liurel county. Jess Pike Mr. Farmer get ready to harness Our Diplomacy Faulty. old Dock and plant the takers and BmxK'Creek tovW4gon Gadd place has led the Eight Gable bofel and Jobn Rog- his mpved back home. S. E. Pen- set out the ingeniF, and in a few near Snecr Abnevs KmntuckianDeclarks Ship days you can tee Aunt Jermjna nington and Robert Pike wlU'run ers. Irom Georgetown. i SuiibiDia'a will not Bring going over theTields to pick There is the hotel. Walter Rice visited Jane relatives at tbN place , DKsfRED Results. salet and then wc think how lovely Lubanou Junction last week and lots of sickness in this locality. are the works, of nature. , Mrs. Raraev, who has had a bad whilo there attended the banquet (By associated press) That precious document, the pepoison, is slowly given by the .Masonic order. Miss cW of blood Washington, D.- C, Feb. 24. Old uncle Jimraie Gadd Annie M Walton was home from tition to annul the charter of .the Vigorously opposing mail steamHe Mt Vernon over Sunday. Mr. corporation of the town of Livings ship b'sidies'. Representative .'. of this;, place dfed Fehj 25th. Helm dead in bed. Mr Seals and Mrs. Robert Clair were in Lon- ton, made its appearance Sunday, of Kentucky in a speech in the v was found ,who has been very low with small-- don Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W.H. and they started it upon its mission House today, declared tint the Mf. and Sheridan were here Monday from and from what we can learn they United STfate4 pox is slowly improving government was signers Sunday night, being Mr. Louisville. Mr. S., was once chief bad forty-twMrs. Georee Payne converted into a gigantic it might do in the benighted and Mrs Tames Hammqn Sunday dispatcher bere. Robert Gregory Well pawnbroker's shop for the purvery siclc has returned from. Louisville where regions of darkest Africa to try to pose of extending trade. He in Mrs. Rebecca Atigbn is he has been spending several days get 'along without 'some . sort of s;sted that subsidies bad not built at this writingservices' at Roy Magruder has returned government, but when incomes to up 'the maritime interests of the There were regular Saturday and Sun from Lebanon Junction after a vis- an enlightened people tryiutr to United States'. Macedona last day. The Rev. J. F. Phelps i it with home. folks. Mrs. C J. live in a town, especially like Liv"I do not' subscribe to that " pastor. Spencer Abney was in Quiggins was called to Elizabeth-tow- ingston, without city goxernmnnt, coiirse or' policy that would conlast week on account of tbo we think they will meet theit vert this government into a Berea last Wednesday on business. Payne, of this place, isl serious illness of Mr. Quiggin's Waterloo, Some think to do away Stanley shop in order to with the. city government that they acduire 'attending schoo at Berea,, J. H. mother. trade," declared Mr. Helm G. D. Sambrook was in Cincin- get out of pacing the dollar lax "1 dp think we .are materially imTaylor, of Berea, visited O. M , Paynes family,Sunday. Bill Ang-- nati last week. Master George and will not have to work the roads. proving our trade ..relations with ',"' lin went to Dripping Spring last Sambrook was home over Sunday Promises arc cheap and anyone can Central aud South 'America by at make them. You know that the week on business. Trading1 Joe from London where he fs attending tempting to put men selected qt H! L. uelpn was in ion devil told mother Eve that if she Washington school. Van was in this part Mondaym controle of the The Odd Fellows are talking of don Monday. Jobn R. Carter was would eat tbe forbidden fruit that governments of certain of these .. organizing" a lodge at this plice- .- home over Sunday from Lebanon Jher eyeswpujd be opened aud she countries In my opinion it will you t requite something more than sub There are several in this neighbor Junction. 4W. H. Burton was in would be as other gods, now sign this, see it the framers of sidy hood talking $ of rcihlng tobacco Mt. Veruon 'Monday. Mr, and that to overcome the. ad verse feel This year. Born to the wife of Geo Mrs 0. P. Reynolds have returned this document will save you from ing engendered by our present Cope on the. 22 a girl. Uncle from Hamilton Ohio atter a pleas- working tbe six days. It is a shame policy in.tbat zone of the Western very ant visit with Mr. R's parents.--D- r. for some of us to let prejudice lead Hemisphere Which should be our 'V? "V : vCarrett Bowles who has been Vlow is some better. Elijah Abnev and Mrs. Childress were in Mt. us so far. If we get defeated in an best marl-et- . by the decision is moving back, to Straight Creek Vernon the latter purt of last week. election let us abide "1 am apprehensive that the of tbe majority and nwt try 'to work good effects of former Secretary to work in thj mines. W. A. F. Francisco, of Brodhead, stopan injury on all town just 10 glfr Hammond was in Jackson county ped off here enroute home from sattsty our own r.sotial feelings, Hoot's visit to the Central and Covington where he had been as a South American republics, looking last weefc on Dusinesr. in a nice fix Fedeial juror- .- D. C. Poynter atd .Livingston will to closer .and more cordial reThe time has lationship with these governments , State of Ohio, City oJ Toledo, ) R B. Mullins, of Mt. Vernon, were without protectio Lucas County J ss. here Tuesday. There was a wreck been when it w gerous for has been largely discounted by our ' Frank J. Chene.y makes oath that uesaay causea dv people to travel be streets and it it more recent 'domineering' policy partner ot the firm of at Hazel i'atcn . r " ' he is senior & Co, doing business the overturning of the engine. The gets than it was a few there. I fear some blunders and F. J. Chenev years agothen God deliver us. in the City of Toledo, County and aew ivercj.tighU) nhitkui upvith mistakes have been made. That tfa State utoresaid. and that said nrtn ..uaSah aF UrnrliAO V1rfltilf We have never had the privilege quarter of is on the eve , developement from which em l0 be1wriou8,y i fo see" the petition for somemeans " . Dollars for each and every case jwred, McGuire was caught under or other. It seems to bo a private of great, position to reap some of " we are in . Ccatarrh that cannot be cured by Ii,us?of H9ll's Catarrh Cure. the debris and badly cut and mashed instead of a public affair. We hope the benefits, and-- I surely believe right will we think that the Root policy will yield us Frank J. Chunky. On account of your scribe beingim that are ?? there enoughpeople in town to Jjttter reiurusj.thao- tbc coercive are-th- e' W twprn"to before me and subj, CincinnsrtLlasts week, Livingston 35Cr4bed'-in-iu' presence, tb6tk dra3e"prTsnFedTn'tbel'uii!ins give this piper cr'petitfonTraecent' "5.tr.. i . burial and when we think of our , if December, AD. ,886 hc Tariff laws, Mr. Helm declared, W. P. Burnett, of Somerset, was dear old home town without pro had made tbe United States a dear Jv Notary Public' tection that passage oi scripture , v mirket. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken here Tuesday. How we lotfe to ' Menially, and acts directly on the meet those "old Level Green boys' comes to our mind where it says, . "It is unreasonable," he added, j Iblood.and mucous surfaces of the Mr and jrs. Walter Mulilns have "Jesus wept." for us to expect the foreigner to system. SeruHor Later. We were informed this p irehase in a protected market, returned home after a pleasant cnciCTw. JKxmmxa ' trip to Lexington. Mrs. App Tay eveniug (Thursday) that the peti- where the seller insists on his Toledo. O. lor is visiting relatives in Mt. Ver- tion to annul the corporation had profits that arise by operation' of - . Sold b all Diuggists, 75c. vj ' Takp. Hall's Family Pills for non and Drodhead. There is a been sent ret Mt. Vernon Tuesday law, as it is to expect the individual constipation. We can sny one thing, we to do bis shopping at the highest series of meetings going on at'the night. Baptist church. John Clark who .lid all for the corporation we could priced store in any locality. Winter nnderwesr at J4 price at " bus been very sick is some better. and are still a thorn in tbe flesh, "The report of the Commissioner E. kruegers. Well, spring surely must be here for to take ouy protection away of Navigation shows that we have Spring and Summer Suits at thejlrog has begun (,to croak 'forth from us we will soon ok in a fix.'bitt t iree subsidized lines on the Car bis hoarse notes, the wood bird, thr we will live in hope 1R we die in tibean route, and the full complete F. Kruegers. dispair. Thetime has been when and final answer to all arguments, Xf haVP a I Snat5you could not walk tbe street with in support of subsidy as a trade a light at night for you was ordered producer, is that notwithstandinu styles. 1T1 AlI-WO- ol to blow it out or have ic shot out. these subsidized lines, our trade in r'A-- : We, know- it has to go through a that sphere has decreased instead Will Slid Outside clenlioei is less than half tbe battle. A an miy u suit, and we don't think there can of increased. times a day, and still be unclean. Good crub blmselt a dozen health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means be found a jury of sane men who Mr. Helm' concluded his remarks like tclilor-ma.- de clean liver, and clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, will decide. against peace and ordei by declaring his opposition to clean, healthy tissues. Tho man who is clean in this way new, wilt look it and net it. Ho will work with energy and think We will wait results ' subsidy oi any kind. buy thoughts. DISPUTANTA. 1 g - F KRUEGER & SON . vi-it- ed o - MT. VERNON, KY. n Have just received a large shipment of spring and summer Dress Goods, Linens, Ginghams,' " Silks and Satins. - 1 "' Ladies. before: buying call in and look over our large stock. We can please you for less than ever before and at the same time sell you that High-clas- s Merchandise We handle only the CAN BUY m Walk-Ov- er - A much-aprs- that our store is noted for. BEST MONEY We are selling 4t- -. the-'g'ob- e I '. ')t. pfiland - y Shoes for men, they best ;when- it comes to wear, style arid the ' ; 1 price.. And the American Lady Shoes for women and missqs, which have no equal, try them. -- r'f"ia,rce (i Come and buy your 9QH2&AHB fllhiK-"Shield Brand" is just the kind of clothing to buy for a boy seven to sixteen years of age. These suits are made stylisri and fit well, yet made of fabric good and strong enough to stand rough-and-tumb- EASTER SUIT the crx A Clean Man - py Clothing le it fit romping. clean, clear, healthy blood He will never bo troubled with liver, lung, stomach or stora-.rl.- .. disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean Is unclean blood. niood diseases are found where there Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs. -- just that you. "Shield Brand" knee pant suits are sold at seven prices; $3 the lowest, $t tne highest These garments are also protected by the same guarantee represented in the "Shield. GUARANTEED Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and tone to tho nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion g drugs. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel-le- u Constipation Is the most unclean uncleanliness. oure it. They never gripe. 'Easy to tako as candy. restores habit-formin- prevents ffceso diseases. It makes man's insidis olsaa Mid healthy. It cleans the digestive organs, makes puret clean blood, and clean, healthy flesh. nrostratioa. It contains no alcohol or It COLD RAW WINTER DAYS '! tfc SUGGEST LADY .WANTED. To introduce our very complete Spring- - line of beautiful wool suit ings, wash fabrics, fancy, waist ings, silks, ect., bdkflaces and petticoats. All up to date. N Yi City Patterns, Finest line on the market. Dealing direct with tbe mills you will find our prices low. Profits, $10.00 to $30.09 weekly. Samples and full instructions packed'in a neat sample case, shipNo ,monev ped express prepaid Exclusive territory, required. Write for particulars. Be first to apply. Standard Dress Goods Co,, Dept. P. I. Bingbamton, N; Y. A COUGH SYRUP. SUCH AS- -" THE LASH OF k Vinol, Kings New Discovory, Golden Medical Ciscovery, Bell's Pine far, or the old reliable. Tasteless Cod Live Oil (Wampoles), and bear it con inuall in your minds fthat we are headquarters tor anymtng 10unu.1u.au mm. Call in when in town ana drugstore. Inary get samples of my various stocks of the congh remedies. . Yours truly, e CHAS,e. DAVlSr lea'ding 1 Phone 89 DRUGGIST, MT. VERNON, Jj.J J.i would have been about as welcome to A Cooperi of, Oswego, N. Y as a merciless lung racking cough that defied all remedies for years, "It was most troublesome'at night he writes,, 'nothing helped me till 1 used Dr. King's New Discovery which cured me completely I never cough at night now." Millions know its matchless merit for stubborn coldsj obstinate coughs sore'lungs, lagrtppe, asthma,- croup whooping cough,' or layfever. It relieves auickly and never fails, to satisfy... A- - trial cenviuces 50c, $100.1 Trial bottle, free. It's by , Chas. C, S" )allW.y 8UB?nt.e? ' avis. Interior Journal. I Tbe applause that greeted Mr. Helm when he first arose evidenced tbe high esteem in which he the older already held, among members, The interest and ap-- . plause accorded him throughout was evidence of the worth ot his speech, which was about an Lour Mr. Helm has seldom in length. talked, except to answer roll calls (he claims to baye answered more than any other member who has been there less than three years) but when he does talk he evidently studies and prepares what he has to say. This was even more eyident in bis speech of last Thursday than it was in his speech on the tariff at the extra session. His position on the Insular Affairs Committee has given him an opportunity to study the mail subsidy grab in all of its phases, and he has improved said opportunities. .. Mr. Helaftjlriived home Saturday to attend thenieeting of the district Congressional committee at He Nicholasville on Thursday. says he has confidence in the wisdom of the( committee and is only asking them to give him i primary in which all ot the democratic voters can have a say, aud which will be fair to as many or as few as want to run against him, Stanford for the nomination. and get no better fit and not half as good cloth for a third HIO money, the 'm This is the label that is sewed to insido of tho coat collar at all times. All genuine "Shield Brand" garments, cither men's, youths' or boys' aro so marked. SHIELD BRAND is the best you can find It is at .our store for men and boys Bffl mlTiif BOYS' SUITS, $3,00 to $6,00, i(Ut&it We have the largest stock of Summer Underwear for womenand men ever brought to town. When in town call at our store F. ( KRUEGER '& & SON KY- ' t. H MT. VERNON, tt r sn r i..,''', j ( V, vfiQv fZ&t.tqgwmfime'' i4; - f 3K 'twar,.--. rTA Y. - ? S53Si MT lYM VFRNOIM VCI1MUM MSttfttfMtttft&kJ&AiMIMttMMiMMl I 1 k TBRjjJBLB PUIOHT. BS'I llJlMltlilM' hjiv- - V,.' r v i J $ . prosperity in Praoce. (Chicago Porst ) penditnres arc provided lor under It is conceded that In the Uuited "What is the most uafottunate sound and carefully considered States 'more money is Wasted in situatkm you can imagine a man's 19iO Friday, FW- -a, laws, can proceed oiily from igno- maintaining shiftless badroadsthnn being inf asked the man who is rauce. Evcryona whose range of would have to bo expended to always propounding useless quest-tonvision extends beyond the boundar- maintain double the mileage of Pud lis ud every Friday by ies ol his own conntv knows that economical good roads. It'wehcd "I should say." replies the man EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. an important factor in the founda properly constructed highways who can't be stumped, 'tha the l M rMtev6 ViHWU! (j &$ tion of a country's civilization is there would result not only a great worst plight would be to be up in . road budding. Everyone who has saving in cheaper transportation, an airship, with lunch just served $I.OO ONK VRAR SUBSCRIPTION given intelligent attention to farm- but also in road maintenance. nud then to drop your false teeth ing problems and freight rates Taken as a whole the United States overboard." will soon be here nice Advc thing rates made known on knows that bad roads are "the has worse public roads than any worst sort of extravagance to a highly civilized country. This is THE FAITH OF LINCOLN. application farming community, and that good due, of course, to the comparative. old . place of carpet or "This is my faith," said Abraham roads are the best form of thrift. youth of American civilization, and1 r l , . r It is hardly necessary to say that, the earnest attention that is beipg Lincoln: MRMBBR OF "1 have never uuited myself to one, carries FRHSS ASSOCIATION unlike many kinds or exttavagance given to the economical iniproi-meKENTUCKY any church, because I have found that which is expressed in bad of roads will result in the evil difficulty in giving my assent, with ' roads gives no temporary satisfact- being remedies. In the forward line out rqental reservation, to the long ion. The economy represented by movement Kentucky should' not . . complicated statements of Christ good roads adds to the pleasure of be left behind. tan doctrine which characterize 'j: ' : . . Hying, and tends more than Under the legislation proposed of belief and con articles ready for else to eliminate the element a greater burden of taxation would thefr v. ti fessions of faith. Whenever nny of isolation that is traditionally tall upon the most densely populated church, will inscribe over its altar, ANNOUNCUMKNTS associated with country life. !v sections of Kentucky and upon of or as its sole qualification for memberHON, We are authorized to nmioutue rich corporations. This is fair, The existence or ship, the Savior's condensed state HARVKY HELM ji a candidate to suctheir greater apceed himself as Representative from the of roads determines the quest. on of ment of the substance of both law if you come get iti . liighth Congressional District subject to whether a country is occupied by preciation of the benefits arising andjQspel, "Thou shalt love the (rum road improvement, the Democratic party. a civilized people or by savages. the action of the thy God with all thy heart of 'cities and officers of Lord Similarly the degree of the enlight sell ',. easy payment's; and with all tby soul and with all anyhway readiest supporters US HAVE GOOD ROADS enmeut of a country or section of railroads are the I.KT iAS- thy mind, and thy neighbor as thy v1( .v a country might be ascertained by of a good roads policy. It is said self,' that church will I join with passing over it in a balloon and that some of the representatives all my heart and all my soul.' The outlook is that the General studying with glasses the extent from the richer Bluegrass counties, And the simple faith of Abraham i ' .jv, Assembly will make rinal dispo and character of its system ot roads which are already provided with Lincoln is that of thousands of a - t sition this week of the cood roads To its road builders no less than to fairly good roads, are opposed to other good men and women in the measures introduced by Senator its warriors, were due the growth the Boworth measure. The State w'orld.todav. The faith of most Bos worth and passed, as a result ol and greatness of the Roman Empire cannot be expected to deny itself per.sons is strengthened by uniou his efforts in the unper houe. Not the least of the surviving developement because of the selfwith a church. That is the out The columns of a newspaper will monuments that attest the genius ishness of a portion of the populaward sigu of their religion, but the not contain all of the arguments of the Romans, is the Appian Nay. tion of a fivored section to whom sign is within themselves. - a, Has given limestone true that may be made for good roads, which was begun bv Caesar Appius Proideu agiinst the unthrift of neg- Claudius more than 2, 000 years ago. that provides nourishment tor their and The Kentueky Federation of lecting road building. There has It is the boast of Great Britain pasturelands, material for their Women's Clubs, which has and is bejn within recent years an that her roads prove the quality of roadbeds and spring water for their doing such intelligent and effective r ' w aw.ikening in America to the im- her civilization, and that the h'gh distilleries. Tney should be will work for various interests of the . portance of constructing good ways she haSonstrcted wjn '"her ing to join inTj a movement to Commonwealth, has cause for Now is the time for Ken- Atncan and Asian possessions benefit the wnoleSfStal? If they grat illation that the Forestry Jblll It begins to look very much like r -i tucky to catch step with other prove the beneficence o( her rule,. are not they should not be allowed the Senate on the 24th' ult'., the. postal savings bank bill, which ' ,, The States in this matter. r France, which is famous for llie loSlpck it. and (hat it has excellent pipspects is one of the Taft pet measures, s'f 'jmiiiAsinoi i. .. 'Vd '1 'NM3J 'i 'U to y 'j 0 'uaNOH!) "d T amendment to the tnrut ct its working Classes, pro - The average- cost of transporta- also of passing the Housed The says an exchange, has been placed . European conservation of the timbered inter Kv , Constitution was thoughtfully !bably i.eads the world in the tion on the improved This is eight cents per ton per ests of Kentucky should be a sub permanently on the shelf. sxNior isvdD'oiaiova y adopted, and its adoption was virtu completeness of her system of roads was the mea'sure advocated by the aftHXO bx saivi'AvoT.'aviiKis ally an injunction to the General roads and their quality. ' VIA With mile. On American roads it is ject of dtep concern, and the mem President in his annual rnessage'and cents. In a great part bers of the Kentucky Federation Assembly to enact such laws as it an area only about five times as twenty-fivwas further championed by him in 'nwnjs 'pucnJoj I I" SUQ.01 lsmight deem adeqmte to the in- gieat as that of Kentucky. France of Kentucky the roads are below of Women's Club deserve and oi aniAsrno'i woj; Utt(p his Lincoln speech. After the auguration of a good roads policy has spent $600,000,000 in the. con- the American average and the should teceive the hearty support New York conference, determined zyy 'xjnsot(j . ' " along the lines of reasonable struction of public roads, and spent freight cost above the average and coa operation of every thinking 'oSsjcr ncg P" fA efforts were made to rescue .ithe HrrrnAsijaoi 'i33nviyi'lD 'cwpuw,! nog Ktl'W economy. It there nrctn the plans annually three per cent of the cost There are numerous other reasons and intelligent citizen of the State bill, but the i u does not seem . 'fa 'oitiAsjno'i iooj; UwfcU, why existing conditions should be proposed by the pending legislation of not only in securing the passage certain mid" the measure still hangs --i 2Lruva .changedj huthisajoneliouJIcU. be. of this-any error that shojld be corrected 1 of other 1 needed fire. The postal saving bank bill them in repair. ' sufficient Courier Journal. rxnoH.NOSMiiaNHH sux ., it is in order to discuss, and correct tney aavocaie. legislation wnicn If the State of Kentucky has SNIVSI uia 9 IBs uo sq'titu.'Mxei drew'tts strength almost exclusively them. The author of the bills has spent $120,000,000 to girdiron her )suo03 sseipao339 'oiAfi 01ASL from the West: The support ot The Knckeleller foundation is JT GOOCHLAND. invited such discussion. To fail to 40.400 miles of territorv with pooH f Wesn Senators was conditioned enact good roads legislation would roadc:( aDd were spending $3,600.- - incorporated by a bill introduced upon local investments ot savings in the U .ited St ites Senate Wedbe to defer for two years busiuess 000 a year to Mr. and MtsTWrAThillisand collected by pbstoffices. maintain them, (He nesday. Tue Root It is understood that the tnat must oe entered upon sooner expenditure would be proportionate little oNL;16yd visited relatives at amendment, 'making investments or later, and the members of thel0,lat which France hag fomd ojrpose is to provide a method for Eglon Stltiay. Jltn Hammonds ( in government bonds n primary re- , 4 General Assembly nould be left profitable in at. area five .times as John D. Rockefeller to dispose of and Volley "Abrams,' of Double Lick quirement, destroyed the condition a manner beneficial to under the charge ot having large. It is of course, to- be con his weatlh in were.ih Goochland "vfonday. uther -''f originally W . lh bll , X tngrantiy disregarded the will ot sidered that France has a popula- mankind. Phillips who ha's been very found its bases' of support: The The Secretary of. states.bas signed the people as expressed in the tion between fifteen and twenty sick "wttlf 'pneumonia1 is able to be president conced&s that the fcoot a proclamation giving to adoption of the Constitution amend- times as hrge as that of Kentucky, again Rev J. W. Solomon is amendment is necessary to mak e minimum tatesofthe out joWnoY .1" ment. e"xpefcled to live buUa nnrt flint flin noy ri.iitn ..!..M.1in. Very .. .... (.v.. t.dJllu UJI WUIUllUUj United iae uiu consiuubionai, States under he inis.is Well informed students of social of money in France is the highest the reason Western senators have tariff act. The proclama- short lime.'1 progress may dittor as to plans of in the world. But upon the other James k. 'Sexfon and wife, of turned a cold shoulder to the bill. tion is now before the President securing good roads. Climax "s'pefit Saturday night and In the first place,' such legis'tton tut op hand it is demonstrable that good 'for signature. Sunday wit"h relatives at this place. wisnever needed, and comes. at a W. iiA Jones" is numbered with most inopportune : ; time. There aaAaAAasAAAAK&sKAVVVV oe o o fiflasaAAaBAAA o f James Lunsford, of has never been any great pubjic ; TTTZTirTTT??"1 the sick.-ReWILL Eglon, was' in Goocblaud Friday clamor fot other things. The bill a HEADQUARTERS AT LANCASTER, KY. and Mrs. J. C. is in its proper place on the shelf, g on busiuoss.--Mtea Philfips'were the guests of J. F. and shoujd remain there. ..OB 00 e , Dooley' and family Sunday. Mrs ' os 0 Hampton was the welcome Tclitha "? A guest oflier soir' Lawrence and SO AND CURE the LUNGS farajjv' Sunday. a i) The MountainJLily Rebekah Lodge 001 f WITH a gave'a ca'k'e supper Thursday night rt FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS There w'efe'several members pres ime. 13 i ent and alf'raport a nice - GUARANTEED TO SATISFY PURCHASERS, "We still have a fow bargains to offer in remnants in odds ea ioa Home'r Phillips and J. I. Dooley -- lies "viiwjMjjma-rf4unuwircjco. PRICE " and ends of di ess goods, which go at comparatively your own FflR OPUCH8 Jh ft! M were in Bdrealast week. ' Tflal BolU. Free wny impT0V(,meat) 5f slftNA! OIUMrtL Pos,lio11 to expenditures for high-- 1 fdtU produce, as well as riflecv, 8Uch apc$pit:$ 8 - s. ... Sprang .vm Gleaning that a ;& and when you want a matting to take' the in town, nt remember S. B. McKenzie who the i' largest and best yw ?: any-th'n- g When you get furniture that'bedrroom' and suit and any kind, remembeiusV e nnd,-becnuse- 'of 'j haven't the money We on '.' $ W I S. B. McKENZIE, ore U Phone JJ3. MT; VERNON;. KY J X high-was- I - to-da- y e f if&cdv ojl V'HfoViAi :,yiA -- ' smoi - - our '3Ai is . J srriiAsino'i coustruction-$i8,ooo,ooo-keep-i- ng - l$l--tb.u,- t, ... .,n!I 1 I ... 'Xtui-sa- o J.S3M 3hi oi saavd Mon - -L- tipon-Whc- 'i XC3X3!CCX D5CpCCXX ?- Austria-Huugarvt- he '.iWAKTB'B'V KINDS OF PRODUCE MSp Payne-Aldric- - h :::::g.......i.i.e.;.i,...si;::;:::s:::::;:i::;::;;:;:::;:;;;;:;;:;;;;:;:::: CI A FEW REMNANTS LEFT! 'I - eEGQs;.F6JL'fRT:Am. PAYCASH. Sax r 1 ;. ;:;;;;;:;. At Mt. Vernon BveryMonday. & v. r. KILLthe COUCH VX&XL' . DJQCDCCX; w:r7 gott ca risar-Johnet- ta, 11 Dr. King's New Discovery A 1 0 00 00 figures. - f5-- AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES. 'OLDS Seuatbr'Jeff Davis, of Arkansas a e OCO o 00 00 o a a A CLOTHING In Clothing we still have some real bargains. Wo have S15 values in Men's Suits which go for $12 50. and $10 values which go for $7,50. ODD COATS at $1 50 to $4, . was denied the privilege of striking from the record a statement iu bis GTJAKANTEED SATISFAOXOS'Sl OS M0NEV KKF TJNDED. 9 A few odd coals and vests loft which go. " . ee a a a e a OVERCOATS 15 values go at $7.50. at $12.0, and $10 vaitieY' ,' iUk. ea 8.. HATS 40 oet " o so 00 a 00 0 0 We have a largo assortment of hats which go at 75 'cents and nj) to 38. are closing out our line of queonswaro and our stock goes at cost. "Wo CM B Ot; IV an o a a a a a a a HENZIE & McBEE -- a a 00 a SUCCESSORS TO JONAS McKENZIE. .. 5 : .eoaaooa :::::::::::::::x:::::::::::t:H .M:::tittitiitiiittiittMMtf oeaaaaaaaaaaaa txttt io a ti . ZXrzrssSSSSrSSSzrzf 9595:999 . ttititMiittt!IHHniitfHHt!HfflfHfifix!:' c in H testimony before the House Committee dn Public Lauds in advocacy of the Arkansas "sunk lands" bill,' that be would receive a large legal fee if 'the bill were passed. The United States Senate Wednesday "passed the bill authorizing $30,000,000 worth of certificates qi indebtedness to complete ex isting irrfgiuibn projects. The Kentucky House of Repre sentatives defeated the bill making t appropriations for the Kentucky State University and normal school. A special general convention of Oil Workers of North ; the Mine America! to be held at Cincinnati, ) March m: was called Sunday. The convention wijl act upon the joint conference of the central .'competitive. field, to be held also at, Cincinnati on March 8. The Court6f Commerce feature of the administration railroad bill was adop'tVil Sunday by tre House Committee on Interstate and ForCommerce. This. Itis believed, aaa.. eign paves the way for a complete agreement of the administration ' k' bill. -- V"i limY.Ky,,UD ............. t winmi.fottvn riatmaa fSBX wmmih FROST PUOOP PLANTS In TWAPr MARK COPYHtGMTm nf "aSffBSt' t IIOKTITkHUCD Urpti ALAT filiTOM 4 gkbM. i ,mvn- ' J" j Uut Paid In Capital Slock S30,QOO.OO. 3.$350&$4SH0ES SOYS. J5J105 52.39 2SSfz iX X AK: WBTwtliflrit EstabIIfthAd41 Va m ... K- -. fcX ' fc. wiW!?.MHwSMdw XVm. C. M Ccraly Co.. Box sxprits rai on diatiu I varv low. 234 Youngs Island, S. C ?rpoajtpci V , Convenience.of 'xxycAccount the Savings' I m THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER comfort and durahlfltv r w. n. .inNpa 110 Howard Ave.. Uilea. N. V. If I could take you. into mr large factories at Brockton, Mkss and show you how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are made, you would realize why they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer, and are of greater value than any other make. WTIOKjta that T. U Douslai lum Mid prioe' II mpj on Ida bottom. Tuka JSu Hubatlliite, wriu (or Mail Order Catalog.. W. . OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD. "SUPERIOl? TO OTHER MAKES." I have worn W. L. Douslas hoe for the pait six years, and always find they are far superior to all other hlch grade shoes In style, Matty persons keep their" money here as a permanent; in. vestment because the risk of loaning io individuals is avoid ed. As an investment, you can compute the net returns accu rately. Small amounts may bo added at any time. . A savinrK account offers u profitable means to realize on funds that are .idle, awuitinc investment. You mav withdraw rTnnrr. nv ih ontiro amount at any time. With a determination to save you faro always wolcomo hero. 'Why not lend your'trioneyto the oanicr as oorrowors, we stanu reaay to receive such amounts :as you can isa.ve from time to, timp. Wo will pa v. vou a reeu. lar rato of interest on your money. We'll explain jn detail if you win can av die oiimt. I ' yordlarauiitniTn with W UDowlMihori, TTOXBAXXBT . Op.MT,.VRN,6N, THE BANK(iNCORl'oUATHDi) " " J - !.;; tf - ' U. G. BAKER. VT ww - S6aca,3ex3i(DKSJx: i MT. VERNON, i KEls'TUCky; ' DISCOLORED SPOTS 01 PAGEJ s' L wfKa.tftifiMri MiiiiOTtfir.ninwNirniiiiiinw8iai'artwaiitrffi mmlii" a.nd, rrjTifrr-TTinirir- Yi"rrniiTf--'T-f- Ai jfawfrjaffiftifriggwift J r. K'J K I Hi t F. Krueger&Son ' .Vi MtYbrMon, Ky. Feb. 25, I9i0 Men's, oxfords, P. Krueger Si' of London, are eutsls of Dr. and Son. Mrst R. W. Dcbe. Cll up "No. 70" whan When jou want to lutv or" look you want to Comrnunl ?$,W.uf. Champ the Lancaster flour a't'a nice outs with SIONAL hit of style call at F. man was here again Wednesday Krueger. to see pur merchants. i For All Wool Clothes and Solid G. W. Gentry Jr. has moved . Leather Shoes go to Fish's Cash from1, Parretts property to John Store. Logstlons residence in the Sparks Elmer Mullins, a son of Mr. lMIIUC ft tUSHVIUI n R.C. '& Davis )addjtjop. Muliins, died esterday at the home Miss Rose McCord, principal ' TIME TABLE. I" Browii Memorial, left yesterday of his father near Level Green, of 22 aorth ....... 4.55 pm for Cincinnati for a ten daysaca- - consumption. 24 north'....... .... 3:5a a m tion, on acciunt of her health. We trust everyone will read he 28 south1. 11:44 am Miss 21 South - ........... 12:19 a m health McCord has been in very bad "Good Road" article copied from V for, several weeks. I which appears on Jas. Landrum, Agent. second page. It is worth your LOCAL Phons No. 58. time and study. : W Brick. F. Krueger & Son. s.Qiir new arrivals of Spring .Entpted t tbe lit Vernon, Ky. Poitofilc We are In rectipt of a copy of m i mall matter. Cement, F. Krueger & Son. " 'Suits are the very( best ever 'i the New York Herald containing a' BallrBand Rubber' Boots for men write-uoMthe "traffic squad'1 PERSONAL All ..shown in this section. and boys at Fish's "'fCash Store. which consists of about 600 0 ' Wool Fabrics, S. Daily has moved to Con way. Tust a few left. Correctly cut mounted police and an equal numJohn D.- McFerron was over Read J. Fishad qn this page ber on foot, and upon these men f and Tailored Strictly High from Berea Saturday. and when in town' look for the depend much in handling tbe Grade at the modest cost of traffic in the large business districts. ' Born to the wife"ot Wm. Muliins sign of the Fsb on the window. ' on the 26th a fine girl. fU LAUNbRYJSend your laundry Our own Will JoneM a. son of the Scott Pitman, was here from to Bowling & Kirby's store or late T. M. Jones, wl o belonp tn (J n this squad, of mount, jd police, was Livingston again Sunday. the Lexington laundry. f.i the favored one ad ose for the Mch. Miss Sarah Stewart, trained W.C.tKiRBV Agent. ' 1 picture to be used bj heVHerald in nurse, ts located at Corbin. GEORGE V, MURPHY tts write-uof tbe sp endioj)olice A. H. Hamlin spent several days Notary Public force of the Nation's metropolis. ' in Tennessee on business. Office with Dr. 'Webb, Mr. W. T. Shaffer, aged about H. Burdette Houk was down pcb. Livingston Ky. and Jet us show you our, new 60 years, died at bis home Wednes .? from Louisville with friends Tues J Richmond, Ky., Mch. 2. In an day of pneumonia, after an illness Spring Suits-- Plats, Shirts, and day. - y 4 interview this .afternoon the Hon. of ouly a few days. Mr. Shaffer r Elmer Muliins, of Level Green, J. A. Sullivan made the the best of statement who came to this county from GalliiJKJ Is very low With that dread disease that he I' .Ji a&5& V would not be a candidate atin, vasoneottbe county's best consumption. for Congress from this (the Eighth) citizens and most successful farmu Walter Wailin, of Oakdale Tenn district before tbe Democratic, ers He might be termed the oio was here with his brother. Oscar Committee, which meets at Nichols- - neer in tobacco raising, being the . , t first of the week". ville in the next few days. first successful raiser iu tbe count Frank Muliins was down from Mr, Dave Thompson, died last and through his efforts have other ifcLondon Sunday to sechis mother Friday morning" at bU h,ome iu farmers become interested in the ilJUawir who Is Improving. . Garrard county after an illness cultivation of "the valuable ' .weed.. V f :' l J!,C A Miss Leila Hardin, of Berea, was ot about one month of a complica- The burial took place 'yesterday at,' til. r .with-besister, Mrs. F. L. Moore, tion of diseases. MrT Thompson, Maretburg hurrying ground. ,E ,'"4? t IK i t On Newcomb 'Ave. rMPwrm was a brother of our townsman, F. leaves a large fanlily. wMf$fm A f i"i 'wKt L. Thompson and was one of Garr A. C. Towrev writes from Tex-)A. Muliins,,, ged 62, died John :1 that he and tots family will return ard county's wealthiest and most Tuesday afternoon at ,the ?St . MT. YERNON'4 LEADING CLOTHIER l .& prominent citizens. He leaves two Nicholas hotel Louisville, of ap to their old home at Berea. ALD AROUND CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE. Herman Frith, who is now on sous, R. E and Booth Thompson. oplexy. Mr. Muliins .had been in PHONE 77 Louisville for several weeks with the road for Altsheler & Co.. was DnRHAM Rali,v: "Durham MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED jvith our merchants Wednesday. Rally Week," held the past Week his brother, W. C. Muliins, who proprietor ofthe; St. Nicholas, M. A Obasicen, tbe clever L by all Odd Fellow Lodges in the & N Agt., ' at Wlldie, paid State in honqr nf Judge Milton f.' audhad apparetlyibeeIjl enjoying tb.eJje.st'of health On last Mona. this office pleasant call Tuesday Durham ol Lexington, ihe oldest day morujng .behad a stroke . Charley Stewart, who has been uviuj; rasi urauu sire ot inej anonlexv and irrirltinllv orcw so badly lcted.for vears. Is in the Order in the world, has been a proKuigMI ...LJfe?..i. Louisville nounced success according to the (worse until the end came the fol ersHotae, 'Albright were in the Quail and RESOLUTIONS lowing afternoon. Tan Adams vWL&m been reports received bv Grand Mas'.er T' Level Green country first of week. (Adopted by Wean's Club) A, rafiy has; rtSSc' John WTN. W.'.-S-4-UUL. x n cuv Ccnipbellfof LebanonJct ibn . . rcvrr purpose? Decnueia tor tae sSnt b'ereas, The question of wheth-- j filled his Regular appoinfmcutat tbe RameyTis in erbt ! fJfcreashfc the membershipk the mirab,e traita PRACTICALJack'? er. .or not the cows dWotbef live Christian church Sunday. - Roy , wWonade various oaslntne state and W UiDERTAKERS,2 Stocky shall be alped to run at Robins was in Lancaster this, week ;Ckrence Furgerson hus. oeet. is estimated ibv Mr. Williams that' uig ncartea irue ana loyal, '.man large upon ours,trejts is. now being on business. Mr3, Chas. S. Ly translerred frofn Sinks to this that he was, , 10 man ever "lived M FUNERAL DIRECTORS, it will addv over one jho'usand ' , ons, of Junction City, is the guest depot working "from fr'"p. m. to was truer to a friend v than agitated, and,. lf AND i Kentucky who members to the order in ' ;tj,Whereas thet T,own ,Board has ofMr and Mrs. J.1?. Laws Miss "10 p. ni. ' , . E3IHAL3IERS Up to Saturday Mr Williams has John Muliins. Mrs C. R. Thefremains were brought to yefy considerately eferjed action Grace - McCall is the charming vis cDowell, of East received returns from sixty o.ut of Mt. Vernon, Ky. s of- Miss Louanna- Whitehead & Bernstadt. spent the first ,pf the the 260 ledges in the State, which Livingston,, Wednesday ..afternoon .upqptbe question untiljthe March itor In order athat' they ruay atv'Mt! Vernon. Rev, and Mrs. C. and taken to the home of Mrs. meeting, Week with her parents, Mr. and showed an increase of more ' than Sue Muliins and on yesterday learn the. desire of the citizens with C Wilson are visiting tbeJatters Mrs. S S. Daily 350. Mr. Williams will go to parents at Maywood. Everybody E: reference to tbe question, ,and, John Smith and family, of Cleve Bowling Green Tuesday to attend afternoon were laid to rest with E3 Licened Embalinor will have charge of that line of .jrnWhereas, We,, the members of who is interested in the welfare of land, Ohio, are with his father. a reception which will be given by Masonic honors, besides his father work for the company. S 5 Women's.Club, of Mt, Vernon, our girls ahould go 'to' tbe College Marshal Smith, who has been sjck the lodge at that place in honor Champ Muliins, who, preceded him ine Abat chapel on Saturday'nigbt March I2, Hearso sent to all points. Orders by wire promptly tilled. are deeply interested in .all many years to the grave. at bis home on Richmond St. of Judge Durham. Lexineton concerns the welfare and beauty of and give them all tbe encourage ' v , W. J. Sparks and family returned Herald. ' PINE HILL Manager Ur town, and have, long felt that ment possible. Walter Miller, of from DeLand Fla., where Mrs. is spending this week Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE lla having thecows .and other live LebanonJct., Addison Maret, born btar Paint Sparks and her three daughters Elder Griffith filled his regular )fblick" Lick, Garra"rd county, the year appointm,eut here Saturday and tock at large; upon pur streets here with hjs family. have been spending the winter. imaiiiiiiuumiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiauiisiiiaiiiiaiitiiiiiiHiiiiiii 1825, died irr Webb 'City, Mo. ou Sunday. John Berry of Corbin, creates conditions updrairable and Brooks left last Sunday for Chicago Fred ii. MulUns a prosperous unsanitary,, because tbey mar the where be has accepted a nice polS Jan. 22, 1916J from tbe infirmaties was at home 'last week, Charlie . young of Muliins of old age. t 111. CentrallR.R. Co. He was the youngest Baker, of Corbin, is with' homelolks beauty of our town; are a serious sition with the Station passed through here this week. Jessie Orton has moved menace to the gardens 'and lawns, his Joe Carter left Monday-fo- r son of "Jackv" Maret, well known this family from his here to Mt. Vernon 4nd endanger tbe' health of tbe bome at Gratz, Ky. Victor Price week on his way lo Level Green. throughout central and south east Mrs. Kitty Smith, of spent last Sunday with his'parents E. T. Fish, ot (Berea, was here ern Kentucky sixty years ago. He visited her brother, W,Mt. Vernon communit, .therefore, H. 'Car-micMonday on business. Mr. Fish was married to Miss Mary Miller, Be it Resolved, That we do most at Level Green. Remember Mar. Saturday and Sunday. Davy request and urfee upon 12, and don't fail to go' as your lives on a farm near Berea but is in 1857, a sister of George W. Mil- Cottingin has moved to Mt. Vernon. earnestly connected with several enterprises ler, who became widely known each and everyH member of the presence will be appreciated by evMattl Carmical visited in- Mt. tn tbe town. throughout tbe count'ry as the Vernon Friday and Saturday. L. Board that they vote agaimjt any ery girljn this town, CARRIES ONE OF Til R BEST LI NFS OF Eugene, Gentry who has been owner of the.'' famous "ranch toi ", G Falin was here Monday. W. tesolution 0 ordinance permitting OF IN THE DISTRICT COURT , ' confined for tbrfle mouths with in Oklahoma. Moved with his. H. Cotteugim spent Saturday 'until the same,-- and weurge, tbe town THE UNITED STATES. luthoritiesAo rigidly and .effectually rheumatism has improved enough family to Newtohia, Mo., in 1877 Monday with his family at this enforce- the ,law, promising them o visit his grandlather, Mr. Joel where several ot tbe members ol place. and sup- For thb Eastern District of Pitman onScaggs Creek, the family entered comtiiercial Lottie Oarmicttl visited her grand- our. hearty Kentucky. port In so doing, ., Rev. Walter Brock has resigned pursuits and farming. Seven mother from Sunday until Tuesday, Store in Rosb;McCord, Pres. ns pastor of the London Baptist children all married, and the widow Mr?. W. M. Doan returned home of Bankrupt. Wir.tiAMS Sec. church and accepted a call to tbe (who is 74),1 a number of graud Monday. P. Cottingin,) L. & N? Wm. s. Jones Jr, ) Vlfth" street Baptls't church. Lex- children and several brakeman, was at home Tuesday. Stanford, Ky., Mch. 2, 1910 . W. L. Richards, He will leave for that ington. suryive. Oftimes in bis Frank Cottengin'ls some beUer. A meeting of the creditors of the Miss McCord, .city next week. later years his thoughts turned JohtCD. McFerron spent Satur- fljTfVf above named, who has been ad Committee. Hugh Miller and sister, Miss fondly to the associations of tbe day and Sunday with his parents, P. S. We have good Shjngles for sale at $2. 50 f judged 'Bankrupt, will ,be held at Mae Miller went to Louisville old "Kentucky home" and would Mr. and Mrs. Huston McFerron. per thousand. the office of- the Referee, Stanford r?! BKOOHE1D. 'Monday, took with them the two have been glad to visit the scenes Little Georgie Johnson and ChrisKy. on tbe 12th day of March 1910 little girls of tbe late Harve Pitmon of his childhood but refrained from tine McFerron, students of the Miss Minnie Hiatt came down at 9 o'clock A. M , to elect a to place them in tbe -- Kentucky paying a visit when thinking ol Brown Memorial school were at remained over Sun- Trustee (orthe estate of said BankChildretf's Home. now au me 01a nomesteaas were home Friday until Monday. Mrs. day with Mr. and Mrs'-A- . M. Hiatt rupt, and for the transaction of is very low. Mrs. J, "Thos . Cherry, of Brodbead, occupied by strangers, all, or most Tom Cliff 8 iTheschoolof pan ulapsbip under other businesss as may come before and Conductors Thomas Warren of relatives bad either passed over George .Durham is slowly improv the (teaching of Prof. Harlan, of the meeting. Comply with Sec. 57 Edgar and Morris Louisville, is in full, progress and of the Bankrupt Act concerning and Ihornas Capps; ot Lebanon to the great beyond or had migrated I Junction, will leave about the 8tb to other localities. But few, not Coitengin are visiting their grand- much, interest Is' being taken. A proof of claims, otherwise your to attend the meeting of the Mystic half a dozen, by tbe name, ot father. Mrs. Billie Barnes is visit- fine school Is assured. Tbe Sen claim can not be allowed. Ky Shrine-a- t New Orleans Conduct- - Maiet, from' many large families, ing her father and mother at Mt. ior' and Junior Ladies Basket Ball J. N. Saundkrs, 'week.r-Mr- s. will visit was left in the old state. The Vernon this ors Warren and Capps J. T, Teams i.will have a basket social at Referee in Bankruptcy. sadi ess of a'tproposed visit to tbe Meadows and brother, Valentine me graaea Cuba before returning. scnooi cnapei SaturCOMPLETE LINE rf Mrs. Mabala Jortes and daugh old stamping grounds of his boy- Freemon. made a flying trip to day Farming Lands eor Sau?.-- -I pj m., March 12. Proceeds to Coffins, Caskets and Robes. vter, Miss Zelma, will leave In hood was abandoned and the re- Pine Hjll Sunday. Thomas Gentry buy uniform, etc. have for sale some very desirable Everybody AU Mail, Telegraph or Teleabout ten days for Pantano, Ari mainder of his days were spent bought of W. M. Fisher a Tnilch on which J am in position lo R,"Pike of Knoxville, farms zona to .visit her sons Ed and Jobn. with his family in his western home cow. Price unknown. rEmery Cot- - and lohn D. Pike of Lebanon let.. give inside prices. If you want to , phone orders Promptly buy a farm see me, I can save you She willspend six months with where'tbe final summons found t6ngin bo.ught Hygh ;Houeycut'4 were,af home4?st of welc.-I- We money. Terms to suit purchaser. Filled. , 'b&a G. W. Doan boueht of . lfiD them and then go to New York to him ready and he passed into tbe farrri Call on or address k spend six months with her son, final sleep without a murmur or Andrew Doau one milch cow for HIcksTand Wm. Carter Frith are A. B. Furnish. oacyear. .pain, Will.- She will $3500. both Utter.-- C. H. Frith and Dick j Mt. Veraon, Ky. MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mrs Lt R, Htighen Jn.vlsUipg uomc 101K8. Riitor and Mr. Ruwcll Dyche, iMMitW m ffi;i .Ladles Misses oxfords' m m Ml 79 ,i.-- -- 79 NEW , f mM cond-cI- r J.--P. P1IG . Courier-Journa- l, 1 I 5 ! -- p , -' - Recently Arrived , -- . SIO S15 and up t TO-MORROW S COME IN TOitfAY OR CALL , 25-i- '- . .- EVBBVTHIIVG TO WSA ..- . '.. aol-v- ''?$' -- JKf tAlMf&wfiw'r s 1 l.- - 1 -- r- Tit W ' - tf ..'L laritoM?t, -- Q; auutgs 4 mmmm)mm)mmmmmm)mmmmmmvE v- -v V :mrrrm f' -- WYEsmwm-w-- - , -4- - $n2 &. , t S vl J. M I jc: S - g g COUCH BBETALie CASKETS Coffinsand Robes. g g 2 I g GEORGE OWENS, -- ipcCrXpq- OCCX 33)C3. al STOKES J. STOKES. 1 - GENERAL MERCHANDISE Aany Country the County v IfMi. $,' fiL'MRS. - CPPfpr. XiCXlrnx, UNDERTAKER 8 GRANVILLE OWENS Brodhead tng.--Mast- er -- " . n,. 9 - -- be-jo- ue 1 1 Ce!C5e33XC iwxw -- , t ; i ' I M mv- - rt 'I .S PP . - i ,i .. -- TL . Hlr """ . Vi i V PTT m,2 1 CTV" ft','."1 ." kHDiBHB. .iir.1,,1,. , -- tsf rf r IS"?""'. ''.' " '" ii!ii'i'iuii..M.m ji. ; Better Not Get Dyspepsia if--.- ". I00D Meat... FOR A YEAR ..r . , ,,3001b ff M. Milk 240qi. lOOIbs. u If you can help rx '1 it Kodol prevents Dyspepsia, by effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion. But don't trifle with Indigestion. who havo a partial dlgestor and physics are trifled with Indigestion, h.avo ccn nfat digesters at all. , Kodol Is a perfect digester. If sorry for It when norvous or chronic dyspepsia resulted, and you could seo Kodol digesting overy they hare not been ablo to euro It, particle of food, of all kinds, In tho s In our laboratories, Use Kodol and prevent having glas3 you would know this just as well ' Dyspepsia. Everyone 1b subject to Indigos-,t!on- . as we do. Katuro and Kodol wU always Stomach dornngemont follows euro a sick stomach but in order stomach abuse, just ns naturally To bo cured, tho stomach must rest. and just as surely as a sound and healthy stomach results upon the That Is what Kodol does rests tho stomnch, whllo the stomach gets taking of Kodol. When you experience- sourness well. JuBt as simple as A, 13, C. A great many peoplo test-tube- ....,.,,.. lb. Tfajs represents a fair ration for a man for a year. But some people eat and eat and grow thinner. This A. V '' Butter Eiiu ..-- 27Jor., YcBcUblei GOO "m ;K IT, means a defective digestion and unsuitable food. A large size bottle of 1) :m. -- l ?& Scott's Emulsion equals in nourishing properties ten pounds of meat Your physician can tell you how it does it FOn SALE DY :stf' 7 & r of stomach, belching of gas and nauseating fluid, bloated sensation, gnawing pain In tho pit of the stomach, heart burn, diarrhoea, headaches, dullness or chronic tired feeling you need Kodol. And then tho quicker you takn Kodol the better. Eat what you want, let Kodol digest It. Ordinary pepsin "dyspepsia tablets," physics, etc., aro not likely to he of much benefit to you, In digestive ailments Pepsin Is only ), Oo to yonr'drnuulU today and gt dot bottla. Then after you hate nned tl) entire content of llie imUI If you cua lioneiitly any, that It lias not tlono you any L'uo.1, return the bottlu to the dmiwUt and lie will refund yonr money without question or delay. We win then pny the' drUy (1st for the bottle. Don't bcsltate, all druggists know thntour guarantee li good. TIiIh offer applies to the largo bottle only mid to but ouh In a family. The large Untie contain SH tlinoa as uucu as the U(ty ceut bo(tlc Kodol Is, prepared at tho labor-- ' torlcs of E. C. DoWitt & Co., Chicago. Our Guarantee lar ALL DRUGGISTS . '; Btnd lfa., ntme of rpernd thlod. for our beautiful B.tlum Hnk nj Child'! Bketvh.Uook. .Ijioh book conUln. Good Lack t'any, SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pearl St. New York -- - S..ld by CliAS. U. DAVIS lSifS' J r "The Old Reliable" Most any Dru or Patent Medicine yot see advertized in the Sio.val can be found ai "THE OLD KELIABLM."- L Cheaj)ost Drug Store in the cqtuity. 3,Sit nt a' table of 13 persons on Friday the 13th of the , , I S. C. DAVIS, South Side Main Street, nicmh. dtLet a black cat cross your path. r m .' ' MT. VERNON, - KY. . CBrcak a mirror. C.VaJk under a ladder. S.And bad, luck won't touch your business if you advertise in this paper. CTrade ads. know ho supers' tition.- , C.H you have goods to sell, letthe-a-d. j (CopTIt.-hl- UHDS TAKSB. Our Hue of Couch JCaskets ..is unexcelled. Hand-madCoflinsfurnished irt!irH sent to all narts of the County. e d6 it. . 139. bj W. N. U.) QUITE DIFFERENT. (t All ordars by Wire Promptly . Filled., -- L Phono w. a. eox.i AIT. " 94-S- VEUXON, KY. from Eist Berustodt llverlsa'tfrcat preventive of disease. Aycr'sPllIiarellvWpilk. What does your doctorsay? Friday Miss Ethel and Charlie adopted the plan and by next fall M inorial Graves county will have made a I.. Duvis, ol B''i-wSchool,were at home from Saturday good s'art toward a system of imuntil Monday. proved hi:hwAvs. Steve Winkler of Brodhead, is ' Briefly, the programme submitted by the farmers is as follows: tnlking'of inovinc to this neighbor I had a mishap at the age of 41, which left me in bad The road hands, allowed by law, to hood. Mr and Mrs. Sam Bryant fix," writes Mrs. Georgia Usher, of Conyers, Ga. " take one ol the coiinty graders and who have been confined at the I was unconscious for three days, and'after that I . grade the rbads in the several home of Marion Tread way on ac-- j would have fainting spells, dizziness, nervousness, sick magisterial districts; the county to counl of smallpox, have returned headache, heart palpitation and many strange feelings. u Kicaiiy wiui aiimenis oue 10 me cnange or use ihe money that has been ex- home There will be preaching at f the school house Sunday p. m.- 'life and had 3 doctors, but they did no" good, so I concluded pended heretofore in' grading and to lry( Cardui. expend it in graveling the principal Elder J W. Riddle, who failed to 'Since taking Cardui, I am so much better and can do thorough fares leading from ithi: meet his appointment at Providence all my housework." codnty'seat to the county lines., the last month on account ol inclement roads to be improved Jn the otdei weather,, wjll bs there the regular orthelr importance; the larmers time this month, if not providentagree to haul the gravel at $1 50 a ially hindered. day, nine hours to constitute a dm IT SAVED HIS LEG. J 41 each farmer to supplya wagon with Tonic the capacity to haul a cubic yard VAll my leg," ofgravelata load and to furnish writes J.thought I'd lose of waters A Swenson, Do not allow yourself to get into fix. - You might team cud driver, the county bear- town, vVis. '"Ten years of eczema so pau you wouiu niiu 11 nam 10 get oul gei-, ing the expense of digging and load that 15 doctors could not cure, had Better take' Cardui while there is time, while you. arc ing the gravel; the! firmers also at last laid me up. Theu Bucklen's still in moderately good health, just to conserve pur strength and kecpVoiHn tip top condition. Arnica Salve cured it, .sound and agree to douate to the county any In tms way your troubles, whatever they are. will gradwell." Infallible for Skin Eruptbrauch or creek gravel on their ually grow smaller instead of larger you will be on, the ions, Eczema, Salt Rtieuui, Boils. farms fo be used for grading roads Fever Sores, Burns, Scalds, instead of the down and by and bye you will Cuts that pass by or through such and Piles. 75c at Chas. C. Davis. arrie'at the north pole of. perfect health. "Get a bottle at your druggists today. farms - Caoiases foriie arrest of 'the On a plan similar to this it is posindicted meat packers and sum sible for any country in the State -. "5 mons tor the six indicted meat to make a substantial beginning corporations were ordered Monday for a system ol good roads. I b Prosecutor Garven, of New has, worked to good effect in sonn Wo Want to Sell TOT an Jersey, who will hand them over to of the Western Kentucky countie; ON 30 DAYS Sherilt lor- execution. it being possible thereby to mak valuable improvements at a mini A MAN OFIUON NERVE. mum cost. No county is in, sue) We own and.oporata tho BIOOEST Indomitable-wil- l and tremendous OBOAN PLAHT IN THB WOKLD, impoverished financial condition a energy are never lound where and make the BEST orgrana; 'which to render it impossible to start Stomach, I.iver, Kidney and Bowels wo cell DIRECT from our factory, on crodlt, 40 to BO per cent ZiOWSS modest scheme of betterment, and re.om of oider., If you want than any hes,e qualities, and the success one good road calls for another wholeaale er Reports from Maj held say that hey bring, use Dr. King's New, In America. the meeting of the farmers wjtl Life Pills, the matchless regulators TUC CUIlUn ot this paper about special flOlV inc. 0ffBr and write for catalog. the Fiscal Court showed "the bos' for keen brain and stron body 25c ADLER'ORGAN CO. 290tw. Chettnut St, Uulnllte.Kr. it Chas 0. Davis. and most enthusiastic interest on thepait of ,the people for, good roads ever demonstrated in May-fieldWith such a spirit on tht .art of the farmers, who, of all' nfOn houid be most interested in the m Waal Taltow. Becwax,Cj ,!' ubjtet, there is reason to believt m Feathers, Golden Sebl. (Ylllew T W, Glnaang, Ml Root), May Apple. WildGinger, hat Graves county will not lofaj: 1))) ' eto. Wo are dealerst etUbllthed M- I?AtJMIKS At THE FRONT. The fanners in the big country of Graves have determined have better roads The Fiscal Court has been unable to see how the work could be done, owing to the country's financial condition Last week a lare delegation of fargiers appeared before the court and submitted a plap for beginning! . . I..T.. ujc 1.. in uuy i.t. ucLicrmeni 01 toe J .l.n.j..,..,iilMIMa, " !! .11 IWI " llll w mi im v k' fljOL-JcncL-' LOVK " - The smallpox have sbout subsided in this neighborhood. Bradley Burdette, of the Hi ttt neighborhood, was' the guest of his sister, Mis. Jasper Owens, Saturday an i j Sunday Miss Onie Silvers visited ' M?sh Edith Sunday I q Adam. J"""'1 . Langford's farm. T?V J ",oVca l. D' G. Riddle regular medicine, a doctor's medfcihe.,v,AyefJs Cherry Pectoral contains healing, quieting, and soothing properties of the highest order. Ask your doctor about this. alcohol in this cough medicine. J. c.Ayer Co.,Lowell,Mou. "just a liltle tickling in the throat!" " fethatibat troubles you"? Butit:Iianisonl Can't get rid of it! jHbme remedies don't titke hold. You need scmethingstronger a . ccBssig: iipr nroa m ! 1 was down Constlnation positively prevents Cood health. Then whv allow It to continue? An active In Bad Fix Take The Woman's up-gra- de Lji - ORGAN Free Trial 1 ON CREDIT. ,'' I I j Vj NO CREDIT J rr ' oadsv mtlnue under the thraldom' of bad Courer Journal. DOrTT BREAKDOWN., -li 1B36-."O- x- lf ajwtujy llonlivlllo" I ( JDoEaecSeaeeXDotoccc Ld$DjC$5C$3&& . if pipping & Sns,""""I lmenft Sabsl :U U'gi. , ' - yc$&c$hy$pc$ Will it Save Money? Will it Increase Business ? i 1 WHAT! -- j To Do Banking' Business YES It will do both mul.cah.sobh bo realized if. you will duly,' start Jitit you will uoTtdith;'! er without upstart, So start a bank account with us and we will nssuro you that wo will help you to &.avo and increase vour business. With best wishes, Severe strains on the vital organs liltestrnius oa ui.chinery, caust You can't, over-ta.'.otnaeli, liver, kidney, bonels 01 icrves without seTious danper tc ourself. If you are or . Jsii--'i.or under strain of any kind, Howe You mtidl hnVH aprn thl afce Klectrie Bitters the matchless-ohiplay before, haven't you? medicine." "Mrs. J, E. Van but It didn't look the inhi6"v;tho woman In front of mo had le Saude, of Kirkland, 111., writes: w a djHeiptit;lUnd of hat. That I did not brek dtwn, while ndurivg a most severe, strain, lor ,tfr. ir hre'e mouths, is due wholly to rt,il-- . "ictecttic Bitters." ,Use, them and enjoy health and strength'. Satis faction positively guaranteed 50c at tVfftAPEItlNG,' tuas. u, uavis, BBOOUATING. ETC., t, -' break-downr. 1 JiiiE. MitkotSt. M ". Having coriehfaeu tfT". ';Wktv L 9W 1 SStf fr my business atrififlyjl So givo LOUISVILLE. KY. ' I lot ft I If J cash anjl produce, I will sell for a small profit. 1110 yuunrauu ami 1 win treat, you rignt. x For Salk: One house and .l we-tl- run-tow- n Livingston and my farm of to acres,uear Roundstone section well improved. Will sell at bargains. Dec. . T CLOSINC-OU- T lion ....u u n lfitiTrn arni rP T nlia' from : lrn1 1 fi; ... Men's and Boys' Overcoats x fri to -- M 4.,. IjY $6. Also JW W!se-Ye- 8. W. B. Sigmon, Wildie, Ky. " lit ...v..j iJt?ui;u-i- 11,1 t 1 lt pen xiu iiniKu ruuiii c my opringgOOU8. lur Voura,, . ''" .""10 A -. uimuiiw, l..; nuiiiii . x. Jim tuui- - Mil ItA . 1 ,r, re . Carson M. U. r, MYERS; Dsntist. At Residence on Old Main -- t. f'HIATT, 1 9 A v. I.I niftii . 1 l .1 " msi i Kfe'E'STOOKvOP PAPER w ''11PH WAYS HIM HAND AL- - XXK Street. J VlffirSTPiSTI'trl APPROPRIATE. rj!!!?rf2Tri?irttfn KEEPING HIM KENTUCKY. GUESSING. 9W ii.:: . .MT. VERNON, KV. Will be. in office at Livingstor everv Monday, Chjr. work is guaranteed. HIS ad. is directed at the man who has all the business in his line in this community. J Mr. Merchant Vou say .- Work guaranteed. IsH T. A; V ARSON, Mt. Vernon, Ky. jgrodhead JJaMe. ' PEOPLES BANK. h'T X&3C&XC& 3fe30DJCg&3ec KY,. Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ' ALBRIGHT' & FRANCISCO. Also Agents for Iron Fence. .. D. B. Albright, Manager they'll buy, any-hoBut at the same time xyou would like more business. J Make thu community .buy irig inii't. trn if nil j all &- - w Vn VIM them '.. ocu- AG n- -n w. R. W. DYCHE MT. VERNON, KY. Office at residence on Main T v. Crown and Bridge Work Work guaranteed. Specialty, I DENTIST DXXXXC ". Dcrf6ab9&30C Xi FARM LANDS , .' CO. Williams, Attorney-at-law- , .Itfc sfi I;L Why go West mid 'pnnioro foyunimrov-e- d ('mt,, vernon On ky. 2nd-- , land when you caVjmy nicely improved good farms in Kentucky4, with oil tho con, -' fThBank'ot,Mt. Vernon, on Church street. especial attention o .collections. , s ?Plione No. 80. given floor o . yeninecos; pike road, rural town of r()00 jiqpulatipn? mail)-near- ' good '' ently, judiciously. J Suppose you can buy a lot,. 01 washtuDscneap; advertise a blfg washituk8aleJn this paper. Pqt in an Inviting picture of a washturi where people can see It the minute they look at your act. Talk strong oh washtubs. And you'll find every woman in this vicinity who has been getting along, with a rickety washtub for .years and years will buy a. new one from you. J That's 'creative business .power. OURj AD.' RATES ARE' RIQttT more. fl Advertise strongly, consist- -- MSI -- o Jh i'i' SUSPICIOUS. . )d " Wount Vernon WORKS got school last, term, I Elsie . IMmsSM ,rlzo at cooking Vtiat was It? Elsie A beautiful book: "First Aid to tho Injured." Peggie. Tim Would .you scream if kissed you? Tessie 1 suppose you flatter your. Bolf that I'd bo-- speechless with Joy! l,l A FLYER AT ,rf m-j?j- :- H'., WM t & &" 5 - -- If you want a good farm at tho right price, and located in the right place, seo rne'at '' - mC MeGLARY ADVERTISING Uf THIS PAPER IS NOT AN AEROPLANIC EXPERIMENT Our rates are right they .let people know your goods and prices nre right Run a series of ads.. In this -3 H5" TRADE h ftWrttiit,M..bf-w.ie- . uj fc''(ffii'.av "-- ' ivite. hit, xt vernonr tr w'tf... ixyv - tj ;i-t-- 1 W?W ' .:'An'v' size, and anv pricefnr'ins,50" miles , 5froni. U'J' V" LouisvulQ," J. W. RIDER and E 1 Stanford, Ky MORALThe quality ol what you Hav? tosejl is known mm DEALER in Marbles and ''to, some people all of the time Grnnito of lill Monuraenta , ftQd all Qf the people some of kinds. furnished Estimates y thev.Jfmcbut adyertlie i on application. GEO. OWENS 'Propr . with ,U8 anJ you'll .reach ' . al"of th ptopk tU of the tirr. Phono 112 reQq-larj- If results other, conditions paper. a year's contract"::' ::" :: ' THAT PLAN NEVER LOST A MERCHANT ONE PENNY, v't show, "being speak; to us about equal, T" Q&!l ,'. GSSCi. - JsSsErJlfls(sS&. )4 mi "Have a cigar, ilenry?" 'J"What's tho matter with It?' 4, y , I'M- - rt'ft! s-- ft HT ,, .TvrrTwnBHp-WHHHBHBHMlMHVT- ,. ii SSagp Sp7 0f ' 5.Sr--- f PAC j !.: -- sir: M W gXMMX WW Mil Mill lllll IJI1I III llll II II II HSt - Better Not Get Dyspepsia s FOOD FOR A YEAR . . . . f , , , 300 Ibt. Meat ...... Milk.... 240qt. '&? iV X. V KuiJ....i...' VcUcUblct 27 dor., , . , . . E00 lb. 7r .," ' If you can help Kodol prevents Dyspepsia, by effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion. But don't trifle with Indigestion. ribt digesters at all. Kodol Is a perfect digester. If you could sco Kodol digesting every particle of food, of all kinds, in tho s In our laboratories, filfi33 you would know this Just as woll as wo do. Naturo and Kodol wjll always . test-tube- it ri tv i" A great many pcoplo who htivo trifled with indigestion, rjavo been Borry for it when norvous or chronto dyspepsia resulted, and they havo not been tiblo to euro It Uso Kodol and prevent having Dyspepsia. Evcryono is BUbject to indigos-tlon- . Stomach dorangement follows ' stomach abuse, Just as naturally and just as surely as a sound and healthy stomach results upon tho taking of Kodol. When you experienco sourness of stomach, belching of gas and nauseating fluid, bloated sensation, gnawing pain in tho pit of tho stomach, heart burn, diarrhoea, hendaches, dullness or chronic tired feeling you need Kodol. And then tho quicker you tnkn Kodol tho better. Eat what you want, let Kodol digest It. Ordinary pepsin "dyspepsia tablets," physics, etc., aro not llkoly to be of much benefit to you, in dlgestivo ailments Pepsin Is only a partial digester and physics aro i'Thfs represents, a fair ration for a man for a year. But some neonle eat and nV. eat ana grow tmnner. inis means a defective digestion and unsuitable food. A large size bottle of euro a sick stomach but in order to bo cured, tho stomach must rest. That is what Kodol does rests tho stomach, whllo tho stomach gets woll. Just Q3 simple as A, 13, C. Scott's Emulsion equals in nourishing properties ten pounds of meat Your physician can tell you how it does it I'OIt SALE DY Our Guarantee do to yonr'dnijjRWt today anil Ret n lol Inr tiottln. Tlicii after you hav nsed tin mure contemn or ttie bottle If you can liunchtly tiny, that It Iiuh nut done- you any puwl. return the Ixjttlo to ttiedniffKlit anil lie Mill refund your money without alien iionorueiay. we win men pay tue tiruir- for tlie bottle. uon't Hesitate, all Inuri-lst- a know that onranarantca Is mod TIiIh offer applies' to tho largo bottle only nml to but oua In l family. The large IhiI. tie contain H tlmoa ua much as the fifty ceut bo(tlc. Kodol is, prepared at tho labor-- ' torlcs of E. C. Do Witt & Co., Chicago. rtt ALL DRnQOISTS Bin! 10c., nuu of piper n.l this J. for tmr besutltal BsTlimt Hank n& Clill'. Sketth-Ilouk- . ,Eaoh bank contains a OooJ Lack Pcnnjr, SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 St.. New York Pl "if ' - Sold by CIIAS. U. DAVIS "The Old Reliable" Most iiny Dru or Patent Medicinu yot advertized iu the Sin.v.vr. can bo found at see "TllE.OLD KELIABLB."- Cheapest Drug Store in the cqunty. h, Q3)fiS) (3,Sit at a' tabic of 1 3 persons on .Friday the 13th of the & . . S. C.DAVIS, South Side Main Street, path. nicntli. HLct a. black' cat cross 3'our " II II MT. VERNOIM, - KY. BSBS4BSaSlSSBSSlSSSy iSSsMs . CBrcalc a mirror. CVajk under a S.And bad ladder. I'' fSsiCs'?CsKsssVsssssssSss I TAKBB. Our line of Couch JCIaslcets is iiiioxuelleil. won't touch your business if you advertise in this paper. H.Trade ads. know no superstition. letlhe-ad- C.If you have goods to sell, . d6 Tit. Coprrhtht. il Coflinsfurniahed Hoarse sent to Jail parts of tho County. ilnud-inndo QUITE Ut. bj W. N. U.) DIFFERENT. iii . All ord2p3 by Wire Promptly Filled.. WW B i vKOC i Af jT- -II Phone 94-S- . MT. VERNON.t KY. WWill in .iwnJiftf ihtjmtm imtv' MmrmnxajgMjmmmmimmaBamammSmKKKK f ItAftMIiRS At THE FRONT. COVJv The fnimers in the bip; IstrsThe smallpox have shout subsidGraves have" determined thated in this neighborhood. Bradley "Just a liltle tickling in the throat!" .Is that. what troubles , theV- must have better road The J3urdette, of the Hi itt noiRhbdr-hood- , you'? But it ilianjis on! Cant get rid. oJt.it! Home remFiscal Court has been unab'.c to see was' the guest of bis sister, edies don't take hold. You need something stronger a how the work could bedone, ovvinc Mis. Jusper Owens, Saturday ani( regular medicine, a doctor's medfcifte.v,VVyer's Cherry to the country's financial condition Miss OnieSiUers visited contains Healing, quieting, and soothing orooer-Last week a large delegation of Sunday ' Pectoral Acifltui, SunHnv M?ss Etiith farmers annenred bpfnrf t.h ties of the highest order. Ask your doctor about this. to D. No alcohol in this cough medicine. J. c.Auer Co.,LowellMau. and submitted a plan for bednnincr.' Umm,t Langford's wriii- .-J G. Riddle 'in Julv the of n, Constipation positively prevents good health. Then why allow It to continue? An active A.m.m your doctomy? rincjpal roads The court haswas down from Eis Bernstadt Uverlsa'sreatprevenllvc of disease. Aycr'sPilliarclIvcpIU. What Pr,d,v "Mks Kt,,cl n'nd C1,ar,ie dopted the plan and by next fal'll h' D"vis "' n,,,wn M' 3rav.es county will have made School,were at home from Saturday goou toward a system Of imuntil Monday. proved .highways. Steve Winkler; of Brodhead, is Briefly,, the programme submit-fe- d bv" the farmers is as follows: talking" of moving (otitis neighbor, "I had a mishao at the ape nf 41. which fpft m in hnri The road hands, allowed by law, to hood. Mr and Mrs. Sam Bryant fix," writes Mrs. Georgia Usher, of Conyers, Ga. "" take one oi the coijnty graders and who have been confined at the Lwas ""conscious for three days, anrTaffer that I grade the roads in the several home of Marion Treadway on acwould have fainting spells, dizziness, nervousness, sick count of smallpox, have returned magisterial districts; the county to headache, heart palpitation and many strange feelings. I suffered greatly with ailments due to use 'the money that has been ex- Home '1 here will be preaching at the ' life and had 3 doctors, but they did no good, so I change of the school house Sundny p.m.concluded pended heretofore in' grading and to try( Cardui. expend it iu graveling the principal Elder J W. Riddle, who ailed 10 'Since taking Cardui, I am so much better and can do thoroughfares leading from .tbt: meet his appointment at Providence all my housework." coilnty Seat to the county lines., the last month on account of inclement roads to be improved in the otdei weather, will be there the regular of'their importance; the farmers time this month, if not providentagree to haul the gravel at $1 50 a ially hindered. day, nine hours to, constitute a da IT SAVED HIS LEG. J 41 each farmer to supply a wagon with The Woman's Tonic the capacity to haul a cubic yard "All thought I'd lose my leg," of gravel at a load and to furnish writes J. A Swensnn( of water" Do not allow yourself to get into fix. - You might team cud driver, the county bear town, vVis. '"Ten years of eczema getin so bad you would find it hard to get out ing the expense of digging and load that 15 doctors could not cure, had Better take' Cardui while there is time, while you. arc ing the gravel; thel firmers also at last laid meup. .Then Bucklen's still in moderately good health", just to conserveypur strength and kecpyoiHn tip top condition. agree to douate to the county any Arnica Salve cured it, sound and In t'lfs way your troubles, whatever they are. will gradwell." Infallible for Skin Eruptbranch or creek gravel on their ually grow smaller instead of larger y6u will be on the ions, Eczema, Salt Rfieuui, Boils. farms to be used for grading roads Fever Sores, Burns, Instead of the down and by and bye you will Scalds, Cuts that pass by or through such and Piles. 25c atChas. C. Davis. arri7e'at the north pole of perfect health. Uet a bottle at your druggists' today. farms.- Capiases forjh'e arrest of 'the On a plan similar to this it is posindicted 'melt packers and sum sible for any country in the State . 1 mons lor the six indicted uiea! to make a substantial beginning corporations wero ordered Monday for a system ol cood roads. I n Prosecutor Garven. of New has worked to good effect in somt Jersey, who will hand them over to We Want to" Soil TOtT an of the Western Kentucky counties ON 30 DAYS Sherilt (or execution. it being possible thereby to makt valuable improvements at a mini A MAN OFIUON NERVE. mum cost. No county is in, sue) We own and.oporata the BIOQEST Indomitnble-wiland tremendous OIIOAN PLANT IN THB WOELD, impoverished financial condition a itiergy are never lound where ; and make the BEST which to render it impossible to start Stomach, I.ivcr, Kidney and Bowels wo oll DIHE0T from our factory, on credit, 40 to 00 per oont X.OWXS modest scheme of betterment, and re.out of oider., If you want than any uese qualities and the success one good road calls for another.' wholesale er retail dealer Reports from Maj field sav thai hey bring, use Dr, King's New In America. Life Pills, the matchless regulators the meeting of the farmers wjtl AQU TUP CUi I Un of this paper ahout special I flOft and write for catalog. the Fiscal Court showed "the bos' for keen brain and stron body 25c ADLER ORGAN CO.290I w.Chjinutst.,Uuiwiii,Kj. U Chas 0. Davis. and most enthusiastic interest on tbepait of the people for, goad roads ever demonstrated in With such a spirit on tin Iji '" j art of the farmerji, who, of all nidi w? HMsi and hould be most interested iu the Feather. Tallow, Baewax,Q ubjiet, there is reason to belicvt Clnsenc, Golden Sehl, (Yellow T Root),My Apple, WIldGlnter, hat Graves county will not lofaj; 1 etc. Wo are dealers eiUbllthed continue under the thraldom of bad at "VTSS. Ii. t 4 -B3Pf1,d,ob'lwj!tftt1E'. 7 1 roads. Cburjer lourpal. I !! . I . r, IMIBIIIIIII1 III ,,. Minia igiilMlTilMiM! ... ,. ,. n ' .,,, ! ..,., - IT ncm .!. ....w.. . ir.i mr" - mm S.ditli.eilJrhroa! . .t : fcUMMBlW I Tr-"1w- " '"u bett-rmn- nt --- ( I '""" "'ial In Bad fix y J - Take -- up-gra- de - A- --J l ORGAN ON CREDIT. r ofl-e- I org-an- May-Held- ." I lil" fH 1 NO CREDIT r 41 I ' ,3JC8S30Cg3X.S3fl(oC ' LDCC8CC3C(XX .- X3 ,LIOrr BKRAIODOWN.. . Will it Save Money? Will it Increase Business? , : WHAT! . -- v' To Do Banking' Business YES it will do both and. can, soon. bo realized if. you will only start But you will do lidithv er without njsturt, So start a bank account with us and we will assure you that we will help you to save and increase vour business. With best wishes, vm - 1 tUKIVhi ."; fifty, , t'Ji$! ' WKUUIlATlflfcr, ?,,; ; filiCWf-HB- i' can't For Salk: One hotise and lot CLOSINC-OU- T .tomach, liver, kidney, bowels 01 erves without serious danger tt n Livingston and my farm of roc I have a large stock of Ladies' Cloaks from $1 to ourself. If you are went or ruu- - acres.near Roundstone section well lown, or under strain of any kind, improved. Will sell at bargains. Jlo.we You must have seen thla M Men's and Beys' Suits and Odd, Pants, which I am com- ake Electric Bitters the matchles.1piny before, haven't )'ou7 W. B. SlGMON, " Wise Yob; but It didn't look the ohic .medicine. Mrs. J, E. Van pen xo mnKo room lor my opnng goous. peneu-rianie;"-thwoman In front of me had le Saude, of Kirkland, 111., writes; Dec. 17.3m. Wildie, Ky. II! yours,- a djtfejtit kind of hat. That I did not brek di)wn, while , r '(.. . ndurivg a most severe, strain, for n l hree months, is due wholly to U. 1U "lelectiic Bitters." tUse, them and y A.-Carsoenjoy health and strength'. Satis- faction positively guaranteed 50c at If MtVlttAPKItlNO, At Residence Obas. p, 4Davis. mii hreak-down- Severe strains on the vital organs like strains oa machinery, caust You over-tax Hf: Sabel It S6n, IhiE. MarkitSU r? Ahippingtgi. I I f- -v HI LOUISVILLE, KY. my business atrjdfly,; cash anil produce, 1 will sell for a small profit So givff me youl'trncle and I will treat you right. tKl(iko Having corehMed': rrsjt.-".: A y . . -- -- - o M. MYERSj n JSTU.. ' thlf cnninT7. rvr.i l a nnn t r uuoiuuatur rt ixrxui ftu-Ht'K W'A vc r v 'xj a tt u:;1"'""""1". r rs Dsntist Street. A. C. HI ATT - : --? 1 i uuur- - on Old Main J :!' jfHlATT, " KENTUCKY. HIM GUESSING. Hit Qtjr wotk is guaranteed. VT. A;0AHS0N, Mt. Vernon, Ky, r- grodhcad Marble ' " yycDyycD, JX3rp3C3!CDeC PEOPLES BANK.' " ' Workp KY,. 3oLl3ocbG-9tooG3oc- ' HIS ad. is directed at the man who has all the business in his line in this community. J Mr. Merchant ou say you've got it alL You're selling them all they'll buy, But at the same time xyou would like more business. any-how. T VERNON, KY. Will be in ofEce at Livingstot everv Monday, ' Vork guaranteed. tiT. APPROPRIATE. KEEPING rn m R. W. DYCHE MT. VERNON, KY. Ofiico at residence on Main T Crown and Bridge Work Work guaranteed. Specialty. U 3rf!CC3 3C$ FARM LANDS SHaaHaHBWHaHaHal paynirQ foiinimj)rov- ed land when jou carn)uy nicoly improved West a'nd ., . Granite nnd Marble Monuments and 'Tombstones manufactured by " ALBRIGHT& FRANCISCO. Also Agents for Iron Fence. v, D. B. Albright, Manager 1 J Make thu community buy more. DENTIST C.C Williams, , .ATTORNEY-AT-IvAW- , AYhy go 'MT,, VERNON. KY. -OFFICg. - On 2cd; floor o given lTh,e.Pank'ot'.Mt. Vernon, on Church s " ' '' If , good farms in Kentucky, with all tho con, venineces; pike road, rural mail; near good - street. Special attention collections. , x Phone No. 80. '' per. Pu,t in an inviting picture of a washtub where people can see it the minute they look at your ail. Talk strong on washtubs. And you'll find every woman in this vicinity who lias been getting along, with a rickety washtub for.year8ahd years will buy a. new one from you. uJ That's 'creative business .power. OUR ADJRATES ARE RIGHT a big wash'tujialeJri this, fl Advertise strongly, consistently, judiciously. f q Suppose you can buy a lot,. ot wasntuDsrcneap; advertise pa- -. ... . JWM I Mount Vernon Monumental MIS' Elsie I goi , rizo school la8t.term. Peggie. What was It? Elsie A beautiful book to the Iri lured." at cooking "First Aid l Tim you 1 m -- a Would .you scream If I kissed Tessle I suppose you flatter your self that I'd ba. speechless with Joy I SUSPICIOUS. A FLYER AT l town of M)00 popuhitipu? . " ,. " v you want a good farm at tho Jright price, m.C MoOLARY feB ADVERTISING 1 " '" ' and located in tho right place, seo nie''at. - VPVHIIr - A. ' . 1 H'-( 4- h v- ,,,ml. vernon, rv.yv size, and . er. TRADE v a MORALThe quality 0! Vhat.ypujlay? to ,se),l is known i any pricebr'ni9,5Q miles - frni t ". Louisville, t' and EMBALMER 'to. some people all of the time and all of the people some of tney-tlmebu- llomifantnrar of 'VlDEALEli in Marbles " srT' 'fti - IN THIS PAPER IS NOT AN AEROPLANIC. EXPERIMENT Our rate ere right they and and .let people know your paper. If results' show, other conditions 'being goods and prices are right. Run a series of ads., in this . V- - Vt?; J. W. RIDER Stanford, Ky., . Granite Monuments of "all Estimates furnished kind?. adyertite regu- on application. t ' GEO. OWENS Propr . larly .with, us anJ yPM' ireach afof th pcopit iM of the tiro. Phone 112 t equal, speak; to lis about a year's contract"::' THAT PLAN NEVER LOST A MERCHANT ONE PENNY.. a'a Pf tT3: JMWhat'B p. y (OopjiUM, WLI7 W. N. U.) "Have a cigar, Henry?" tho matter with It?". fiftiy Mi