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NUMBER yet, as the transferor the prisoners the world was satisfied.. lust a hort LI VINUHTOri from the penitentiary here to Eddy-vill- o time back in the city of Louisville a Franktord, Ky., June 13 " will have to proceed ' rfsfeSfc 1 J T. Cbunitifj, of red handed murderer with a char wis All acts passed by the (Special) gradually. here Tuesday, fudge S. D. Lewis acter blacker than ihe iuside walls Legislature at its last sesion be and Marshall Gen Ferguson, of of Hell, murdered little Alma Kellcome laws at midnight to night NOTK E OP APPLICATION Mt. Vernon, were here Monday ner But now there is a stain of so far as they do not conflict with measuring the ground where the blood on the fair name of Living IsPpmwsH FOR COMMUTATION provisions. The constitutional OF IMPRISONMENT. murder occurred and looking up ston which time can n;ver erase. first of the new laws to cause J. C. Madden, who was convicted evidence in the case. V. A. Rice The good citizens of this town have 9 sssssv 11 w trouble is that doing nway with of petit larceny in the Madi will leave in a few days on nn cc placed the stamp of disapproval on special judges and requiring , the tended visit to New Jersey. There this action and want jmtice done.. a regular circuit judges to act where son- Circuit Court of Madison o wttensses in tne While we sympathize with the were aiiout May I w .mLLwBM LLLB a judge is ill or disqualified. Gov county, Kentucky, at the Mullins cuse went to Mt. Vernon parents of the accused, yet the law is requ ired. under the new Term, i9io of s.iid Court, will ask Willson the Governor for commutation of Tuesday. There are a gang of of tne land and a commandment liw, lo designate a regular judge his punishment to thirty days, and carpenters heie reparing the coal has bee.n broken. We do not believe who shall act iu the place of the all who object will notify the Govsswsm bins. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew this murder has a piralellin the an AjsHsvHsr disqualified official. To find regu- ernor and state in writing any obYaden, of LaFoIetl. Tenn., jire nals of history. Some few days J. C. Maddjw, lar judges who arc not holding jections. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Omary. ago a blind man as we thought at Applicant. cjurt at the time a vacancy occurs JW Mrs. W. M. Preston has joined first, but since have concluded that U what is puzzling the Governoi. her husband here and they will go he could see and a girl whom he For Samj' A first class milch Another law which is causing Any one to housekeeping in one of J. H. claimed as his wife stopped off here cow, five years old. complications is the act requiring Walton's houses. A. H. Harnlii., and were having a eaily time pick eight hours to be a day's work ou wanting a good cow should seeme. of Mt. Vernon, was in town Wed- ing the banjo and singing. There J, J. LrtWRKNOR, all State work, whether done by nesday. Mrs Joseph Moore, of the was a disturbance raised aud they Mt. Vernon, Ky. AnPARTICULAR contractor" or subcontractor. Wabd section, has be6n visiting were an e- ted and' ta en 10 Mt. other law that is effectuc after to her son Thomas Moore at this Vernon on the chaige of not being UItdOE.Kd day is that taking from a jury the KEPT THE KING AT HOME. place. Dr R O. Webb was called man and wife and thev were given everywhere are loud in their the "past year we have kept power of fixing the punishment for "For praises of to Hazel I'.itch Wednesday in haste three days to dig up he necessary any crime. The jury simply finds the King of all laxatives Dr. we nave not learned the cmse in our pipers to establish' the fact, but guilty and the judge sentences for King's New Life Pills a bless- Mr. "Shield Brand" J. B. Coleman and Miss Nellie they went like Wards ducks and home aud they have proved a period fixed by law, defining the ing to all our family," write Paul ednes-daMcFerron were married Clothing have not been heard of since. It minimum aud maximum sentence Mathulku. of Buffalo. N. Y. Easy We congratulate Mr. r'oletmn looks like we erehaving more than it embodies that quiet, because The prison reform bills are nlso but sure remedy for all Stomach in his wise dignified style which is so much selection. Mr. Coleman our share of trouble but therenever effective, be Liver and Kidney troubles. Only has a position but they cannot desired by men of refinement. as fireman with the is a cloud so dark but what there is at Chas. C. Davis' Leading The most reliable fabrics and carried into effect for some time 25c L. & N. R. R. and is a gentleman a sunny side somewnere and the the highest character of workDruggist. manship, make it superior to in every respect. Mrs. Coleman is good people yitend to redeem Livany clothing sold at the popular tho handsome and accomplished ingston or perish in the attempt. prices daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Houston $10.00 THE LOWEST McFerron ard one of Rockcastle's OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION. $20.00 THE HIGHEST It was one of (hoc experimental farmers, who put green best school teacl ers. May they spectacles on his cow and fed her shavings. His theory We are always glad to show you. was that it didn't matter who the cow ate so long as ilio live long and be happy is our wish. Epicures was fed. The questions of digestion and nourishment had will try Cotton Sbbd Mrs. W. B. Rice left for Mt. not entered into his calculations. Flouk. It's only a "tenderfoot" farmer that would try such Vernon Monday to see her brother an experiment with a cow. Hut many a farmer feeds hint' who is verv ill. Judge H D. and if regardless of digestion and nutrition. II" might almost as welt eat shavCincinnati, June 14, 1910: An ings for all tho good he gets out of his food. The result is that the stomuch Mrs. Magee are in Louisville this This Mirk of Qiulity is on CTtry grows "weak" tho action of the organs of digestion and nutrition are impaired order has been sent by the managecoat collar, week. Garrard Burton is at home and the man suffers tho miseries of dyspepsia and the agonies of nervousness. ment of the Ohio Valley Exposition this week Mrs. John R. Carter To strengthen the stomach, restore tho activity of the to a milling company of Joncsboro ot digestion and nutrition and brace up the nerves, and children are in Mt. Vernon and vse Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It Is an un Ark., for samples of cotton eed will remain until the S. 3. tailing remedy, and lias the confidence ot physicians aa flour and for examples of the culiveil as the praise of thousands healed by Its use. 13, is over. Mrs J. ot- use of this In the strictest sense "Golden Medicat Discovery" is a temperance mediHays and Mrs. Harry Jenkins have nary results GiHqMhildsSGi from alcohol cine. It oontalns neither intoxicants nor narcotics, and is ns free m whb KimiMai novel and rec.jntlytliscovered meal returned from Cincinnati and re as from opium, cocaino and other dangerous drugs. All ingreJierits printed on It is the object of the Exposition Its outside wrapper. port a good time. Oscar Bryant, Hon't let a dealer delude you for his own profit. There is no medicino for management to secure, if posible of Mt. Vernon, is1 working Tlt'the stomach, liver and blood "just as good" as "Gulden MeJical Discovery." a complete exhibition of the cotSinks. Oscar Aargenbright and Miss Ellen Argenbright left for ton seed flour industry, this being - ."QRlcrfLDflC . XKiyrt&-Lrx-X.. y. v rwwv7('WT..'-7rfWTWrwvx4w-Lexington Monday. Pat Cook along the lines of the objects of the who is running a concrete gang on Exposition of showing the public the h & E. R. R. was at home the latest aud best products of Saturday. C. P. Reynolds, L. & factory, field and tarm, and of N. Agent says there will be 26 cars presenting these products in a most According to W W ON AT IS -ties shipped from here this week. attractive manner. reports from the South, the cottcn A rcord breaker. The Ford Lumber Co , has 5000 logs in their seed flour industry promises to booms here. They will begin saw become a most important one. first state base ball ing the 20th of this month and will Texas was thethis novel to become i for everything: interested in 4.U JU1U, C have enough to run them 90 days. for wheat flour, and sent substitute J4. J! 1 wuuwsamples .line, cuspiay cunsisua uj. Mrs W. D. Griffin is visiting of it. together with varicus kinds relatives at Pine Hill. Mrs. Pearl viz: Daniels, of Rowland, is visith.g of cake and pastry made of it, to 5c Mrs. Ed Woodall. On last Satur the Texas Congressmen at Washday Miss Alice Burton told her ington, where the new article of Fieldres parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H Bur- food received the highest prize ( ton, that she wanted to go to Con trom epicures. Since then much way and they thought she had experimenting has been done with Catchers gone there, but instead she met Mr. the meal, and the conclusion $2-50$ W. H. Griffin on the traiu and they reached that the best results are went to JCiucinnati and were reached by mixing it with about married. Uncle Henry you are hard fifty per cent of ordinary flour, Lotsto fool but Miss Alice sure got one thereby reducing the unusual rich ou you that time. Mrs. Joseph ness with which the meal is Mink, of Paris was here between imbued. Its nutritious value ie far above that of the best winter trains Tuesday. LEADING DRUGGIST, patent wheat flour, and it is said to On last Saturday night about MT. VERNON, KY. Phono S9 lend itself particularly well to 10:30, when the little town of Liv cakes of all kinds. One of the ingston was wrapped in sleep two rare delicacies now being made of $3.00 vnlues at $4.00 shots rang out and an 18 year old boy fell mortally wounded, with a the cotton seed meal is an im B.00 4.00 bullet in his head from which lie proved kind of ginger snap that is ,! U.50 2.73 died in a few hours. From what said to find ready sale in the cities " 2.50 we can gather, Bill Maddenand where this new flour is being 3.00 boys from Pine Hill used. It is expected that a supply three other came here Saturday to attend a of ginger snaps will be shipped to show that was to be in towil, and a Cincinnati for distribution among Negligee lot of boys tried to run them out of experts on flour at the same time Increase 75cts town and they did not wish to run, that the samples asked for are sent 51 00 values at Cashier and Mrs. M. B. Salin 75ct so George Mullins sent a ball into " 50 Bill Madden's head and tile poor are with relatives at Owenton. boy breathed hik last in a few H. H. Hutcheson has charge of hours. Deputy ShenffXtom Mullins the Peoples Bank during Mr, and Deputy MarshallXLee Johnson Salin's absence. arrested George and Ed Mullins A DREADFUL WOUND Lon Chuning, FredyElkms and the three boys from Pine Hilknd took from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty 2.00 Suits t will do both and can soon $1.50 nail, fireworks, or of any other them to Mt. Vernon ami lodged nature, demands prompt treatbe realized if you will only 75cts 1.00 tnem in jail, except ChurjiW and ment with Bucklen's Arnica Salve start; But you will do neith40 Elkins who wee placed under to prevent blood poison or gan- 50 ct " er without a start, So start guard. They had their exairtinimr grene. It's the quickest, surest account with us and a bank trial Tuesday bifore Judge Bythu- - neater lur au suca wounds as wo will assure you that we Burns, Bolls. SoreftSkln rum.. Uhuning and lilkius and the also for Eczema, will help you to save and inEruptions, Chapped Hands Pine Hill boys Avere released while Corns or Piles. 25c. at Chas. C. crease vour business Ed and GeorgJ Mullins ere held Davis. With best wishes, to therand jury without bail, An armed posse searched all charged with wilful murder. We Monday in the vicinity of Monroe look on the first murder that ever Bridge, Mass., for Silas Phelps, was committed with horror, Cain who stabbed his employer aud killed his brother Able and set au later shot Sheriff Edward Haskins example of murder to the world. when he attempted to arrest him. Walden and Jackson killed Pearl Phelps is armed with a shotgun. Bloodhounds Bryan aud when they met their fate have been sent for. :yc$yc$3d$3 - isaiTi i AZl31 BUY YOUR w fit s . iji Vx, ,1 I - , lssv yCf.kLwii V- lll L'r" l kl PIYHT 1MH 1 WJ sr A SPRING -: I y sun FROM ...il '' Msl w MsZZZi v The Tenderfoot Farmer or-Ha- n -- rr-- i aV j" trirtr -- - BASE BALL SEASON CHAS. C. DAVIS' Vv. vur in the We Are Selling Clothing at a Reduced Price For The Next Ten Days LOOK THESE BARGAINS OVER Wi... Headquarters ing, t uit - (BaseBalls, ir 25c to 3.50 JstBaseMits, $1,50 to $3.00 Mits, 50c to $5.00 25c to Masks, Gloves, to? J. 50 $ Bats. J0cto$1.00& - Silks in All Shades at Reduced Prieqp? White Wash Goods at a Reduced Price The Best Dress Gingham to be Had at iocts Come And See Our Line of Satin Calico All At A Reduced Price CHAS. C. DAVIS, Special Price on Club Rugs Worth $5,00 at $3.50 John B. Stetson Hats at $4.00 Hoisery 35 - l yydjiyy Will, it yd&&&,ycy3&a8x& Odd Pants 3Cr)XS3r 3CXGX Business? ct values at " Ladies' Waists 25cts 20 10 8 $2.30 15 values at " 2.00 " 1.50 1.23 1.00 $2.00 1.50 1.25 10" " 1.00 Will it Save Money? WHAT1 YES Mens' Shirts Mens' Straw Hats A now and complete stock from Ladies' Skirts $8.00 7.00 $1.00 to $3 00 values at " $7.00 6.00 To Do Banking Business Suspenders 50 25 Ladies' Belts 40cts 20 50 ct values 23 " 15 Summer Underwear For Men and Boys ct valuos at at 40cts 20 10 " " " " at Neckwear 50 ct. values ' 25 " Ladies' Hand Bags $1.00 values 75cts 40 at 40cts 50 ct 20 25 " " " 20 These Are All Cah Prices, Nothing Charged, at These Prices. PEOPLES BANK, F. KRUEGER & SON r double-barrele- d MT. VERNON, KY. ti d k " J?& , 4! Ss' te v.- -- SM w BWr I I V m n ., '. "it- i 14 Congress and to state he tvt,s A H. l.uniiinis rnohigliin a on worthy of being returned to Con- of goods from Li'MiiPton to ihe O. gress by his constituents. In T. Johnson propeit opposite the other words, Congressman Long- - Court houst;. June 17, 19i0 KIDAY, worth was asked to give his opinion By BELLE MANIATES The tollowing announcement on the fitness of the two men wn.s received heiothis week: Courier Journal. JSBKJ Published every Friday by Bertha awaited tho coming of nor Mr. Charles R. Scott caller without much animation. HcRnmiug Momlti), the work-daannounces marriigeof bisdauhter "He won't come many times," she EDGAR S. ALU RIGHT. Mim-rvsclieclu Ieiu the Missouri, Ksiiimis. kieketts said to her mother. "The other girls will get to Inviting him and they will aijd Texas shops nt JSedaliti, Mo., to feed him with layer cakes and pies was increased from eight and nine Mr. Walter Graham Smith $I.OO ONK YRAR and Ico cream. Tho boys say It's Just SUBSCRIPTION hours to ten hours Aliont 6ot on Wednesday, June the fifteenth like a poorhouse hero. Wo never give Nineteen hundred and ten them a thing to cat." workmen will be affected. "Well, if that's all they come for, Cincinnati. Ohio Advertising rales made knoun on The sumnier White House at At home after July the fi st I'd bo mighty glad to have them stay application Beverly, Mass., is all ready for the Sherburne, Kentucky. away. Pio and cake and Ice cream Is unhealthy stuff and I ain't going to of President Taft and hih arrfval K I JNTUi' K Y FA IrTdATES. have any In my house. This Is no " family on June 23. Col. Roosevelt house." The following are the dates fixed Airs. Wlllots snapped out this declalis scheduled to spend soruo time mkmbrrop lor holding Kentucky fairs for 1910: ration and went upstairs to bod at KENTUCKY" PRESS ASSOCIATION 'at Beverly this summer. her usual early hour. She relented Madisonville, July i9 5 days. enough to caution the two young blys, When Col. Roosevelt arrive in Henderson, July 25 5 days. Richard and Bert, not to go Into the New York harbor tomorrow he will sitting room. ,. Lancaster, July 273 days. receive the most remarkable wel "Bertha's going to hove a beau," Versailles, August 3- -4 days. she Informed, "and you can sit In the cciue ever accorded a private citiz.-Danville, Augusu 3- -5 days. kitchen and study your lessons." in the United States. New York They obediently went to the kitBerea, August 4 3 days. content with pouring out city, not chen, but did not study. Ltxington, August 8 -- 6 days. its huge throngs along Broadway "Who's coming to see Bertha?" Taylorsville, August 9 4 days. asked 'Bert. Because of the political wrangle and Fifth avenue, will begin the "Red Raymond. He's been out west Uniontown, August days. between Congressman D. C Ed- welcome down-thbay, while hun for four days. cowboy years, you know. Been a Harrodshurg, August wards and Caleb Powers over who dreds of steamers, yachts and shot Indians." and Khali be the Republican nominee in Vniicehurg, August 104 das. "Oh, I hopo Bertha keeps film for a craft of every description will roar Lawrenceburg, August 164 steady." the Eleventh district this coming a steamvoiced salute. "She won't," replied Richard, who days. fall, cloie students of politics in had been eavesdropping, "because ma At the close of business June 1, Republican strongShepherdsville, August 17 3 won't let her make any pies and caka that the outstanding warrants agaiubt days. and stuff for him to eat." hold are freely predicting the elec"Huh!" commented Bert. "'Taln't Congress in the State of Kentucky amounted to Brodhead, August 173 diys. tion of a Democrat to likely lie's anything like these farmAuditor James And these predictions $197.120.72. Ewing, August, days. November. ers around here. He won't care for sas this is the largett am unit die London, August 17 44 days pie and cake." 23 are coming direct from the Re"Bertha don't Beem to ke;p a felwho have so far State has owed in a number of Shelby ville. August, 23 4 days. publican leaders low long," lamented Richard. "Ned years. The amounts in the TreasErlanger, August 244 days. been unable to hiring about peace Price only kept company a month. He says he likes fat girls with red factions, according to ury Pt the close of business June 1, Frankfort. August 30 4 days. between the are as follows: Sinking fund. 2 Nicholasville,. August 303 days. checks. Bertha's pale and thin, you made by a Republican a .statement know." school fund, $53 3SJ B.); Fern Creek, Augisf3o 4 das. of the district. It is generally con"That's not a cowboy's style," redeficit in the general expense luiir1 II .i.lensburg, August 30 3 davs marked Bert, who had taken to drawceded, according to this informant ing books from a circulating library. $25,81263. Barboursville, August 313 "They that no matter which ol the caudi like the delicate kind." It is now the belief of the Italian days. dates received the Republican nomiThe boys immediately set to work and when things were ready they Florence, September nation the defeated one will run on police that Porter Charlton, hus3 days. matched into the sitting room, where Paris, September 6 5 days. an independent ticket at the Nov band of Mrs Charlton, the Ameri Bertha, distrait from her mortification can woman whose oodv was Jiocigeuvuie, September o 3 at not being able to offer Red cake ember election. at ease and Inattentive. and pie, was The entrance of Powers into the found in a trunk in Lake Como, days. She welcomed the diversion of the Tri County Fair, Sin lers, Sept- entrance of has re has also been murdered. The lake race for the nomination the boys. days. suited in the greatest split in the has been dragged lor some trace of ember "Say," said Bert, "Richard and I got hungry and we are going to hare a Monticello, September 6- -3 da rank and fi'e of the party in the his body, and the villa where the Don't you Ma field. September 7 4 days. spread in the kitchen. perhaps ever Charlton? lived has been submitted Eleventh district folks want tq come out?" to a thorough search, bu; no Glasgow, September 284 days . ninwn in the nnrtv in Kentucky. , "Sure we. do," responded Red, j nri tvifh hnti itij.ii Hptprmined to trace 01 tne missing man can be Falmouth, September 28 4 days promptly, rising from his chair with It ts said that several Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, alacrity and following the boys. . out in the regular election tound. Bertha obeyed with some trepidapersons who said that several September 12 6 days. veil as in the primary the situ tion.. "Oh, Lord!" ejaculated Red when will become more acute as persons who said they was found Allen B. Pauhof Richmond, Va. they were Monday shot and killed his wift .tie came into the big, warm kitchen un- - have admitted that Jays go by resulting in an I do.Jielleve and smelTed in the presence of the woman's soi that's a stack of buckwheats. I used of political rajddle by the mistaken. Two little girls, aged 12 and 14 by a former marriage. Leslie Eti to dream about them when I wat of the regular election. down in New Mexico." :is condition, it is contended years, children of a family named bank, 8 years old, and then went t' Bertha's spirits rose. Tho boys had his room and ble.v bis own brain ljl add greatly to the chances of Craig, of Winfield, Tenu., were iet the table nicely. The coffee out with n revolver. The boy de smelted promising. There were a ground to death under a Cincinnati clued the slnoting followed an nl the' Democratic nominee. pitcher of cream and a Jug of syrup The fight between Edwards and j Southern train near Winfield Mon night q nrrel between the husbinr' on the tnblo, Powers has extended even beyond day afternoon. Tney were talking an wife. "Sit down," urged Bert. "I'll bake the cakes and Rich will serve you the borders of the State, the follow irm in arm along the ain track Pour the coffee, Bertha." ers of each of the caudidates tor .vatching a southbound train. A "Say," Inquired Richard, as he laid the Republican nomination having .orth bound train rushed on the a cake on Red's plate 'what did 'you call these? A what cilled on representatives in Con children, killing both instantly. jf buckwheats?" h almost the worst thing for gress for aid in the form of literary Charles F. Willard, the viator "Stack," snd Red, pouring about a Many of the consumptives. o the fitness of the two meu. dropped from an altitude of pint of syrup' over the cakes. "That'p 150 "just.as.good" preparations vhat they call them out west. Whea One of those called on was Con feel Monday at Springfisld, Mo., contain as much as 20 of "akes Is a stack of whites. Poached gressman Nicholas Imgworih, and almost completely demolished alcohol; Scott't Emulsion pRgs on toast Is Adam and Eve on a not a drop. Insist on having Representative in Congress from his aeroplane rather than swoop raft"on, into a spectators, by "Go tell more!" applauded Bert of former which crowd of he might Ohio, and means h ve waving a pancake turner excitedly in Congress- saved his machine. President Roosevelt. Willard wa the air. was asked to badly iujured. Red laughed and between cakes he man Lougwonh FOU BALE DV ALL DIJOaQISIB An accident to related western tales to tho boys' congive the record of Edwards in his engine caused the trouble ERNON SIGNAL BUCKWHEATS VERSUS PIE $ 3CC$DC$L&3 XXXC 3&ymy. Now For k New Sprin a Dress .. For The Home . . DINING TABLES $475 to $2000 CHAIRS 475 to 1200 to SIDEBOARDS oat-In- g I We have the largest stock of Furniture Carpets and Stoves These goods are sold at a fair in Mt Vernon to select from rate of profit and terms to suit Won't you come to our store and let us tell you all about our house furnishing ways A few of the things we have n " 95 94 BUFFETTS MATTRESSES SPRINGS 2500 17.50 to 2500 12.00 per sefrv 200 1000 175 to 875 to lO.oo rock-ribbe- d IRON BEDS 3.00 to We have the largest and best assortment of trunks ever brought to Mt. Vernon. Price anywhere from $2.50 o $ 1 5.00. This is only a few of the things we have. let us show you how we can save you money. Come . S. B. McKENZIE. Phone 113. tac$gacS3c&$$:tt$$3 Fok SaLu: One bouse and lot Livingston and my farm of too icres near Roundstone section well inproved. Will sell at bargains. i 1 MT. VERNON, KY. 111 yc3, I 74 $3C$Tf$3l3 There Is a Difference in 3ce$0C&X1 . V. B. SlGMON, 3ec. 17.3m. Watch Repair Material THE best watch repair matorinls is inado by tho factory that made the watch, Imitation materials is cheap and may damage the watch, Wo use tho best watch repair material; it fits bettor. looks bettor, works botter and is better in every way. When we repair a watch wo want it to run and work A smoothly add keep time not only time, but , correct time, Wildie, Kv. vloiint Vernon Monumental tha-cotfe- e. ;works 1 ! fcpC&7 $3C$DC: Vpc$?ex$PK2 '"DEALER rranito 'rinds, )n Dr Davis' Drug Storo. FRANK MOORE, PXyryjc Ky . golden-brow- n 1 GRANVILLE OWENS I H Manufacturer of Marbles 11 son-in-la- Scott's Emulsion . nnd and Monuments of all Estimates furnisheu UNDERTAKER Brodhead . : : : : : : . 1 1 ....... 1. m . . . .1 1 1 1 , , , i 1 . 1 . 1 ..... .;! ATjTENTIDN ' "0 ! AT COST are closing out at cost. A Into Summer means a long and hot Summer and that means DRESS GOODS We've some fine patterns in Limns, Linen The sooner you como the bolter pongee, silk ponge and waist patterns. We also have some other nnicles just tho things to selection you'll get. set off your costum, such as silk ho8ot kid gloves, chamoisotto gloves, turhau hair pins, ribbons, laces, jabos. Touching, belts, belt buckles. Como in and compare our prices with what you have always paid and you will appreciate this monoy saving ovent. wo Wo have a lot ot Summer DRESS GOODS ( " Mia turn REMENBER WE ARE HEADQUARTERS tent. again "Is zssa night. he comingwhispered Rlcharu Bertha?" from his room ns his sister came up stairs at a late hour. "Yes," she answered, happily. "It was Just lovely of you, boys, to think eaa. of the acakes. He's going to bring you . present each' st... "It'll bo all right for him," prophesied Bert. "You leave tho feeding Oo. part to us." Tho next night tho little brothers again ushered themselves into the sitting room. got some Adams und Eves CO.... on "We'vo grinned Richard. rafts," "Well, you are the best chefs I know," said Red, approvingly, "and you bet you'll get a tip." He handed . them each an Indian bow and arrows The next night, as sister's beau 0 camo up the lane, ho was met by S0 Bert. "Say," said the boy, doggedly, you copio In a... "beforo to tell you." thero's something I want ( "All right, my boy. Fire away." "You see there ain't anything to eat and we'vo run out of coffee and I thought it only fair, to tell you before you camo In, so you could turu back If you wanted to. But It ain't Bertha's fault. It's ma that's stingy." Red stared a moment and then burst Into a hearty laugh. "See hero, Bert! You didn't think I camo to your house to eat, did you? I camo becauso I Iovo your sister," "Oh, Gee!" said tho boy. Sat.. "Tho first time I set oyes on her I said. 'There's tho girl for me.' When I called that first night sho was sq quiet I thought sho didn't like me, I was clean discouraged till you boys broke the Ico with your stack of buck0i?.i wheats." "Does Bertha know?" "Well, I reckon sho does unless an.. she'll a mighty poor guesser, but I am going to atk her plumb out GO... ami I hopo I'll bo too happy to oat." application. GEO. OWENS Propr. 1 Miono 12 M. L,. jtfJtfffN. MYERS, Dentist. At Residence on Old Main COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and, Robes. All Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone orders Promptly Filled. e" Street. MT. VERNON, KV. Will be in office at Livingston every Monday, $ D3fcb S3KCX30CC3CCXX :xWxWd tit P3x-j- x WANTED WILL PAY e. R. W. DYCHE MT. VERNON, KY. Offlfo at residence on Main Tt. Cr nvii and Bridge Work a Specialty. Work guaranteed. Will be in Brodhead every Monday further notice Noticr: we will grind only on Tuesday and Salurdav, but will be prepared nt ill times to continue our exchange business. -- Until DENTIST EGGS, POULTRY AND ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE At Mt. Vernon Bvery Monday. HEADQUARTERS CASH. 'K AT LANCASTER, KY. a. I j)C$oK$3ce&$ W. R- - GOTT & CO. :3Weo Mt. Vrrnon Rotmir Mills. Mch.-i8-tL My bull, "Tvro Miller." will serve a few cows at my place at $1.00. 5XCC f $ Convenience of the Savings Account X3CCXXXCX "Modr" CRAWl'ORD ot (!.. THE LAW'S DELAY. FOR SHOES - ' Meftenzie 4 Mcftee, r i. wmmmmmmem'-Ai- mrttm A.Mgm WOOL HIDESanoRUR! Belli w " WE BUY Dtiki. ia Mauy poreons keep thoir money here as n permanent in- vestment necnuse wo risicoi loaning toinulvidunls is avoided. As an investment, you can compute the net returns accurately. Small amounts may bo added at any lime. A savin account offers a profitable menus to realize on funds that are You may witlulinw a part or the idle, awaiting investment. onciroumouniutiiny umo. wiiii a uetei'minntmn to save you Why not lend your monoy to the aro always welcome here. oanur as oorrowers, we stanu reaay to receive such amounts as you can save from time to time. Wo will vniv vou a rpin. lar rate of interest on your monoy. We'll exnlnin in detail if w you wiu can ac tne oanic. I i" .. .aaaaaaa.aaa AMtt AAABBAABAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAflftAAAAAAMMA.fc 99mwm99mTYT.ZzZmm7kTTTTTmmmmw9wm9mwmmmmmmmm9 K4 WI HI M tttter kf ton Una iltsU or MaaUjfoi THE BANK OF MT. VERNON. MX. VERNON, ft M-" KcKtciet: Wool 4 Jt;: 1 1 Htm t : t m 1 1 1 1 1 1 j t t 1 F f 1 1 1 1 1 f M I j F f ; : m ;;t : j 1 H Bti U uaUTUR. w iiriiu Fret to gut riipptti. Wiittlot prictlirf. iuiufc tir tiik 1 - mi duiU. VINtUKroilATKD, Hlx What's the best way to never fettle a questlonT JJlx Do to law about It A yc 1 KENTUCKY. tt : 1 1 1 1 : ? ! t ? : i".K aSABELftSONS Lnbnllt, If. $x$pic$pi xcc:$J. sf rj "W rmr -- --- VW m tr ft '' i "Siw-""-w- v iwTix -- apKl''BK5SIRW " "mjpBB iiwwww'mwwp f MMliMiMKM Sltls J 'J' Sun lay School Convention, of the Chtistinu Church composed of the counties of Laurel, whn Whitley, Knox and Bell met here yesterday, when the following program was carried out: Bible Study "The Gospel of Matthew" J. K. Reid; Open Con Louis Bullock, aged about 20, ference "The 1910 Front Rank was arrested yesterday bv Marshal) Bible School"; President's Address LOUISVILLE & rUtHVILLC R R.CO George Furguson,.dn two charges, Dr. L. M. Scott; "The State Wide one for taking goods ftora W. M. Campaign" R. M. Hopkins or TIME TABLE. Bullocks store and another for robWalter E razee; "A Centennial 22 north 4.55 p m bing the mail Young Bullocks Appreciation" I. E Reid; Ap In 24 north e 3:52 ni home is in Ki ox count), but pointinont ot Committees Depart 23 south 1144 a back he hod been staying at mental .Conferences, (a) Superinm Bluford Bullocks, nnd Bluford Bul21 South .12:19 a tendents, (b) Elementary Grades, Tas. Landrum, Agent. lock's son. having the contract to (c) Adult (d) Teacher carry the mail between Raspberry Phone No. ,s8. Training: Quotations from Matthew and Mt. Vernon, had on a few. One Minute Reports from Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffiee occasions employed Louis Bullock mall matter. Conferences; Business ai second-dato carry the same for him. E. Session, (n) Report of Secretary, Dyre & Son, who have a small Mrs A. M. Uxline, (b) Reports of PERSONAL store near Hansford also have a Committees, (c) Offering for DisMrs. B. J. Bethurum is with mail sack, in which their mail is trict and State Work; "Getting deposited by the mail carrier, and nnd Giving", relatives here. , I G. Slnw; "Bible- PURE-WOOWORSTEDS! Get that, aud Miiuk about it in which thev also put all 'mail Miss Ollie Smith, of London, is School Equipment". Open Con to be taken up by the carrier. Ten ference; a minute. And besides being made OF PURE-WOOthe guest of Mrs. E. S. Albright. "The Bible School in the days or two weeks ago Dyre & Son Making of Character" J. A Iloltcu. . Miss Mattie McClarv, of Stan WORSTEDS, these suits are made BY FIRST-CLAShad mailed a check the frd, is the guest of the Misses Grocery Co., for to $5 Louisville Devotional Exercises; Kentucky d TAILORS. And besides being pure-woo13, which Mission Syuopsium, in charge of Thompson. letti-- was broken open the name of suits, they come in the new and stylish GRAYS and the latest H. W. Elliott (0 "The Needs of Charley Hurst, of Brodhead, is the Louisville Grocery Co., erased this District" BLACK-AND- " J. W. Masters, (2) suffering from a severe case of WHITE effects. And besides all this they are from the check and Fred Eaten "What this District is Doing to rheumatism. on sale at $15. inserted. The check was on the Atty. C. C Williams is in Will .BaHk of Mt. Vernon and was Evangelize Kejtuckjl", I E. Reid, Now wait! Don't say you WOULDN'T WEAR a $15 suit, iamsbutg where he has au impor- cashed at that bank, by young (3) "What the Board is Seeking to Do in this District", H. W. Elliott, SEE THESE first. WE 'saw 'em first"-a- nd got 'em all; all tant case on trial. Bullock or tome one who looks To day the C, W. B M. will be the manufacturers had; wish we could have gotten a thousand Miss McCord attended the very much like him, so says Assistwedding at Pine ant Cashier A. B. Furnish, who in session and the following promore just like 'em! But wo couldn't; they 'were uot there; and gram carried out. Hill Wednesday.' received the check. Bullock dethey are not ANYWHERE ELSE but right HERE. Morning Session. Miss Fating Thompson is the nies taking the check. Maybee by the time Halley's comet comes around aga n you'll Devotioual; Address of Welcome guest of ber cousins, Misses Susie Cold Blood it d Mukder: The Mrs. W. J. Sparks; Response, Mrs. uud Alza Thompson. have had a chance to get anothei suit as good as these for $15 worst murder ever committed in Sam C. Hardin; Committees; Re C. B. Henderson will leave SunMaybe not. So you'd better get one of these. day for Arizona. His mother will Rockcastle county occurred at port of Auxiliaries; Paper on the Livingston last Saturday night, Constitution ot the Christian Wokcepiits two little girls. J23 "" !?. wheu Will Madden, aged i9, a son man's Hoard of Mission, National Mrs. L R. Hughes is visiting of Jeff Madden, was sljot down State, District and Local, Mrs. hoiuefolks this wcclc and attending without n moments warning and Julia Jackson; A Model Auxiliary the Sunday school convention. without one semblance lof an exHow Conducted. Miss Bertha Miss Risse Williams was maid ol cuse. Young Msfaden, in company Lyttle; How to Keep up Interest in i" wedhonor at the Albright-Talbwith, three other young men, the Local Work, (a) Who may BeARROW COLLARS IN MEN'S & BO YS' CAPS ding nt Barboursville Wednesday. Saudliug, Baker andMoins had come Members of the Auxiliary, Judge L. W. Bethurum was in started to Perea, gouig first to (b) What Does it Cost the Average Pineville yesterday looking after Sinks where they bevped to be Woman Per Year to be a Good C. able to catch a train, but. as few W. B. M. Woman, (c) The AssistALL COLORS & STYLES some important business matters THE NEW STYLES tinins stop at sinks, thy found it ance Rendered Our Pastors and Mrs. J. Tbos. Cherry, of BrodMT VERNON'S LEADING ClGTMJlt necessary to go into Livingston, Churches by the Local Auxiliary. head, who has been very sick lor ALL AROUND CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE. nrri tug there about ten o'clock. Kime weeks, is but little improved. Afternoon Session 25c AND 50c PHONE 77 Like most boys would do, they 15c EACH 2 FOR 25c She suffered n relapse. SOLICITED MAIL OKDEHS Tt. Devotional; Reports of Comwere simply standing around the Mr. afd Mrs. M. C. Williams depot waiting for a train going to mittees; Report o( Constance and sons John Hig and Tames, ot Oerea, and . of the long list of Visit to the Mission Fields, Somerset, are with Mr. Williams' witnesses who testified not a single Mis. W. A. Parsley; A Visit to tfUiiiUiiuuiuiiiiiiiiimiitmmmiUimummium mother and attending the con- me told of an improper or out of Our Schools, Mrs. J. R. Tuggle; vention. reign as queen in her own home. Smith Houk: Wiley A. Smith A pretty home wedding was the way move by either of the boys. The plan of Work for iqio Wednesday evening was one of the were Fan Sparks is visiting Ed and George Mullins, Lon Special Offerings, Mrs. Sallie Elkin Miss The groom is almost a stranger to i zed at the home of the bride's ot the and Miss Allie Lee Houk most interesting features us, but judging from what tbe friends in Memphis MUs Sparks, Chiming and Fred Elkin, the four How was the Cause of Missions entire program, but on account of married at noon, Monday, at the parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. wlfo is an nccomplished musician Livingston boys who were charged Materially Benefited by the Cen- the heavy rain, many were kept Central Christian church parsonage bride is worthy of, he is a good and Wednesday afternoon, at is to be one of the principals in a. with the crime were arrested by tennial Enterprise, and some Reas- away. The program as above out- at Lebanon, bv Rev. L. E. Brown . noble man. The happy couple left their country home near Pine Hill. on the late train for Denver and swel' musicale to be given in that deputy 3herifF Cam Mullins and ons why we should not now Relax lined was carried out to the letter Mr. Smith is a son of Mr. and Mrs. The contracting parties were Miss other western points, returning city. brought to Mt. Vernon Sunday our Efforts, Mrs. Sarah K. Yancey on yesterday, each aud every one Don C. Smith, residing just north Nell McFerron and Mr. J. B. Mrs. Smith is a about July 1st when they will beat Waddell has returned to where they were held until Tues- More Interest and Renewed Zeal in whose names appeared on program of Jamestown. Miss Bro. J. A. Sawyer was the in Tennessee. If the day when the exaraning trial was the Work ot the Eleventh District, responding promptly, and each sister of James E. Houk, of officiating clergymau, who tied the home to their friends at 838 Sixth her home has st. Louisville. Brown Memorial continues iswok had. The facts however warranted Ministers Present. session, morning, afternoon and Jamestown, with whom she nuptial knot pronouncing the been lesidinc the past year. Mt, Vernon, Miss Waddell will a dismissal of the case so far as in evening was equally interesting Evening Session ceremony which united the lives of The couple will reside at New- these estimable likely return in the fall as a mem- Chuning and Elkin were concerned For Sale Cheap: A good The C. W. B. M. program arranged voting people. The Devotional; Address-T- he Childcastle, Ind., where Mr. Smith is wedding was a quiet one witnessed second hand buggy. before the trial, so that only two ber of the (acuity. we are sure will bo Mrs. Iva C. Hopkins; Address tor Autoon trial Ed and ren, J. T. Meadiws. C. A. Chandler, the Eastern were placed equally interesting as some of the employed in the Maxwell only by the immediate relatives of The Young Woman's Part, Mrs. mobile wotks. une Mt. Veruon. leading C. W. B. M. workers of Kentucky telephone magnate and George Mullins, the warrants inthe bride and groom nnd a lew John Gav. The newlyweds are estimable timate friends At the appointed man, is in town to day. Mr. against the other boys having the State are here to take part. flour Beli, County: Rev. John T. community, The S. S. Convention in Mt. young people of this Chandler has returned from a two been dismissed. hour the young couple took their A WOMAN'S GREAT IDEA Holton, of Middlesboro, Delegate and have the best wishes of all who places in the parlor which was is how to make herself attractive. The facts brought out at the Vernon, is pronouned by many weeks visit East and to attend the at Large. Willie B. Myers; Rev. But, without health, it is hard for who have been attending these know them. annual meeting of the Commercial examining trial are in brief as decorated with dasies and ferns, Robertson and Mis'" Ida Moss, noted in this paper, where the minister with impress- her to be lovely in face, form or As elsewhere follows: Traveling Men's Association. conventions for jears, to be one ol temper. A weak, sickly woman Pineville, D. B. Judy, Mrs. H. M. Ed Mullins, who according to his the best and most enjoyable, they Wilev Smith and Allie Lee Houk ive ceremony made them husband will be neiyous and irritable. F. L. Durham is not only the Uxline, Rev. I G. Shaw, G. A. Mt. Vernon, are now Smith and Smith, a and wile. After congratulations Constipation and Kidney poisons biggest man in the county from a own statements on the witness Peyton, Mrs. Ethel Colston and have ever attended. which is known far and wide lor partnership. The newlyweds ar- delightful refrethments were served show in pimples, blotches, skin stnnpoint ol avoirdupois, but is stand, was drunk on that night, Miss May Park, Middlesboro. J, on by Misses Georgia and Rose Mc- eruption and a wretched complexthe biggest feeler now, since he and wheu he found them standing D. Forester, Straight Creek; Rev. its hospitality certainly did its rived in Jamestown at 4:10 part to make the stay, of the sixty Tuesday evening and took Fred Ferron sisters of the bride. The ion. But Electric toBitters ahvajs is the papa of a fine bov baby, there at the depot, began striking prove a godseud women who J. W. Lee, Blauche. some odd delegates, pleasant. To Thompson's dray from the station bride is'otie of 3ur choicest young want health, beauty and friends. born Wednesday of lest week. the boys, which so frightened them County: Rev. I. E. Will H.Fisb, the efficient Secretary down Knox Broadway. ladies Jamestown's From a little girl she has Thev regulate Stomach, Liver and The mother. whoue to be Miss that they ran off across the yards babe are both toward the oil or tool house. Reid, Mrs. M. E. Costellow, Mrs. is due much of the credit for the The acquisition ol the dray was grown up in our midst, honored by Kidneys, purify the blood; give Maud Watson, and About this time Lon Chuning, J. R. Tuggle, Miss Bertha Lyttle, success and for the splendid man- not of their own volition however; old aud young alike. She has ever strong nerves, bright eyes, pure doing well. Prof, and Mrs. Judd, Mrs. Dan ner in which he provide.) for it was plainly the work of others been a bright star in the home breath, smooth, velvety stcinlovelv ,Z Fred Elkin and George Mullins Try To the circle and now she has gone to complexion good health. about 100 others. started off up the track toward Williams, Geo. Tye, Barbourville. entertainment comfort and pleasl.QUAL them. 50c. at Chas. C. Davis' e Whitley County: Miss Sal- ure ol the deb gates. strains, of what might, by a S n Sinks, where Chuning is the night lie Cook, Rev. J. A. Holton, Dr. L. strenous, startling strains of the r U. G. Baker will fill his new operator. In the meaning time Other delegates who arrived M. Scott and Miss Effie Locke, later, Miss Lawrence, of Middles- imagination, be termed a wedding store room with hardware, just as Chuning had given to George which he Jellico. Rev. J, W. Masters, J. A boro, Mrs. Gastinau and Rev. march, placed upon divers pans soon as the special shelving, which Mullins, a pistol, claims he gave (Chuning) to Gilliam, W. C. Kelley, Rev. and Christian, of Middlesboro, Rev. whistles, boards and other primitordered, arrives. ivmmr vi r ori he has N, to keep Ed Mullins from Mrs. J. K. Reid, Mrs. Butcher, Bryson and T. G. Moren, London. ive music emauators.the youugsters George "My mother died six years ago," writes Miss Ruth Card of, Thanks: To the kind taking away from him. Soon Mrs. Watts Mrs.'Wilburn and Mrs Rev. L. M. Scott, of Jellico, re- on the matrimouial sea.saileddown so very kind Ward, of Jerseyvillc, III., and left me to care for six friends who have been ' fir-after leaving the depot, going to Durham, Corbin. elected President, Will H Hh, the street on the freight distributor ' children. I had never been strong; and this, with the shock to me and my two little ones in Sinks, George Mullins asked County: Mesdames Mt. Vernon, Vice President and looking anything but ot ease with of her death, was too much for me. Laurel of sorrow, I wish to our hour Fuzzy (the bride"I tailed in health. I was tired all the time and did the world. fot some catridges, which Alice E. Jackson, W. Smith, of $ "i express, my thanks and apprecia- - Chuning gave him and quickly Julia Jackson. Tilford A. Parsley, Geo. W.convention London, Sec. groom) did not center his gaze at not want to go anywhere, nor care for company. I had Chuning will meet at TLe Jones, Sam pains. C. B, Henderson. the headache all the time and such bearing-dow- n tion. all, but looked promiscuously, so loading the revolver turned in C Hardin and Misses Maude 'El- London in Juneign. "A very dear friend advised me to take Cardui, as it to speak, while new Mrs. Smith Miss Sallie the direotion of where those boys liott and Vera Pearl, London. Nkwlanp-Lynchad done her so much good, so I commenced to use it Ik and now I am in good health." Before you jump up aud abuse looked as if the proceedings were Newland, of Louisville and Mr. were standing across the yard County: Mrs. E. E. Rockcastle one of the burdens of life thap has Eugene R. Lynch, of Lebanon, from the depot, and aaid Look Fishback, Mrs. J. R. Carter, G D. the newspaper man, for some misbe shouldered. It was a hum Pittsburg Cook, J. F. Stanley and Wm, Sum- take as you may take it to be, stop to were quietly married in Louisville out you dinger of a parade however and fired two shots, one of which mers, Livingston. Mr. and at the home of the brides sister, and Mrs. and think just a little. Remember at its conclusion the benedic Mrs. L. B. Parsons No. 150b V. took effect in the back of younc Hardin Moore, Climax; J. H. Bra- that it is a hard matter to please Smith distributed rolled tobacco Maddens head, killing him in' manan, Wildie; Miss Etta Broadway, at ten o'clock Wtd. Cable, 44 hat may please you leaves, and the regiment was June 8tb. 1910. The Rev. J. R. ' stantly. Chuning, Mullins and Brodhead, and John Moberly, Cop- everybody. The Woman's Tonic gradually to the may displease others and when you mustered out McAfee performed the ceremony. Elkin went on to Sinks, where they per Creek. thump' on a homegoiag In the Women's pains are relieved or prevented and women's President Crossfield, of Transyl are displeased, others may be intermittent Miss Myrtle Thompson, of Louis- - were later arrested. strength is quickly restored, by Cardui, the woman's tonic. pan or a toot on the ever pre-ebrides maid and Mr. L. 'amining trial which was held vania University, Rev. Harry Sba- - pleased. o J But it was a great parade. whistle. You yourself know best if you need it, or not. C. Parmenter, ot Lebanon, best , before J Ige Bethurum Tuesday, fer. partor of the Chjistian Church Jamestown (Ind.) News. If you do need it, do not delay, but commence to use It is an impossibility to please man. The bride resides in Louis- - George and Ed Mullins were both at this place, Prof Thos. Houston it at once. Every day of delay, only lets you slide further all. The newspaper man may at Bargain Day: Saturday is Ville but formally of Brodhead held over without bail to await the and Mrs Yancey, of Lexington, down the hill. times step beyond hfs'limit, but the Bargain Day at our st ore We of the grand jury. Feeling Miss Sallie Elkins, Don't wait, then, but begin to take Cardui today, for its Ky The groom resides in Leb- - action Lancaster, Rev. have a lot of Dress Gcods, n mnants use, no matter how prolonged, cannot harm you and will ana noias a responsible is running uign not only Mve who does not do anon Liv and Mrs. Robert Hopkins and Bro! man does not in calicos and all other goods to be surely do you good, position with the Royer Wheel Co. ingston and Mt. Vernon, but H W. Elliott, of Sulphur, that much. We make'mistakes, but sold at a real Bargain. Drop in weie Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dert. Cluttinoon Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tcno. our Bargain counter Mr. and Mrs. Lynch will make throughout the county, by a justly distinguished visitors. . book. "Home Treatment lor Women." sent tree when we see the error of our way, and inspect for Spt(lal Instruction, and for yourself. 'so, enraged people. Lebation their 'future home. The lecture by Prof. Crossfield try to correct such mistakes. & MjBk. Mrs Nanuie Harp, nee Nannie M VERNON SIGNAL Carmical, who went to California seme twoor three months ago, to MT.VisnNON, Ky. Junel7, 19i0 get' a divorce from her husband, J. H, Harp, was irfew weeks ago Coll up ''No. 79" T7N jrou want to CommunU 17Q again married (, S3 to an army officer, who is stationed at some point in Virginia. She stopped here for a J few days on ber way to join him. r. Ei.rvknth District S. S. Convention: The Eleventh district Roct-atstl- mmmmiiTfHmmnTmtHmminfnmmmmmmintnmniin mTnmHTfunH!!?!HHfH!m!!mmmn!mn!fHmm!nnH! g I They've Just and They'll Just Strike You IfYou Want SomethingStriking I Struck Town a f .some-lim- Bible-Classe- s $15 Suit l, L L S haud-tailore- r g GIVE US A CALL AND THE GOODS WILL BRING YOU BACK- AGAIN 1 ott 3 B r Lat-timer- s' 4 V sol-e- c Cole-ma- J p to-da- io-3- t. A - Failed in Health H: Gd j Ste CARDUI 11 111 gfi ' McKbnzir il ., ..ttAteKfcu. .vHfctffc-- . J . k ri iiitwnt if TrinwMiir 'trr miiiinini!sil'tgXzriaagE!ges!g COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ROCKCASTI.K CIRCUIT COURT. tTMlTftl!-liYi)VliTl- ll 1M Htair"'"'' viliuitiou ol railroad and desires to reaffirm port its confidence in of stich a measure." Physical valuation rartnmwTtfr id m is mmk, I 4'x." :T . '.4 H . . tJ rs? tew ? LV JK. . V - .?S ". " .. - e )H v X jflegp. 1 properties, H, T Jones, special agent of the' in this re- land office, .who was associated ROCKCASTLE the wisdom with Louis R. Glavis in the in Sarah Rentier, Plaintiff. 1'lnintifis iauni Coleman, etc. vestigation of the Alaskan coal vs Commissioner's Sale. Vs- .- Commissioner's Sale. was claims and who corroborated W. H. Rowe, Defendant. Defendant. I.ucy I.uxton . by Ro isevclt time and Glavis' testimony before the By virtue of a judgement and lly virtue of a judgement and order of again This, by the way, is at Ballingcr iuvestigating committee. sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rcn. order of , sale of the Rockcnstle least one Roosevelt policy that Mr Jones is the eleventh man Balliti-ge- r tiered at the March term thereof, 910, Circuit Court, rendered at the I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Taft has deserted cold bl oodedly. has forced out. March term thereof, 1910, I shall front door of the Court house in Mt. Taft lias raised neither voice nor proceed to offer for sale at the front This Sknator is Suspicious. Ucrnoii, Rockcastle county, Ky. to the pen on behalf ol physical valuation door of the Court House, in Mt. highest and liest bidder, at public In the debate on the President's and it is undet stood that the idea railroad regulation on MONDAY the 27th dao of June Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kv , bili, Senator is antagonistic to his pro railroad 1910, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. 10 tue uiguesi ana nest oiuaer, at Dolliver ot Iowo, Republican said: in. and 4 o'clock p. in. (being regular temperament. "The whole atmosphere of our county court day) on a credit of six public auction, on Monday the 27th Yet tbeSurr.;rac court in the day of June, 1910, between the present day legislative life is satumonths, the following described real esNebraska rate case, held that "the rated by thfr suspicion tate located in Rockcastle Ky. and boun- hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 that eveu bisis of all calculation as to the the English ded f follows: o'clock p, m (being regular countv language requirts reasonableness of rates must be watching." TRACT. No. Twenty four acres of What did he mean? court day) on a credit of six land lying on the ridges between the fair value of the property being creek and Trace branch in months, the tallowing Tariff Rkduchons Assurk used for the convenience of the county Ky and bounded follows. real estate, located in Rockcastle Lowkk pkicrs. Beginning at a white oak, chestnut oak public.1' and two clog woods on the Qauley ridge County, Kentucky, and bounded as thirty-fiv- e lots Whatever may be the principal- by o path alxnit 75 yards S, K. of a pond Prhsidknt's Bim. is not follows: it being corner to Win. McClure's 200 cause of the increased cost of Progrkssivb of The acre', also corner to Stephen Jirough-ton'- s (4) undivided living, (and the musses believe it is located 118 acre survey; with Mc- interest in a tract of land located then As progressive leg'slaiinn, a" raillines, S 87)4. 12 79 ppleatoa Clure's political excessive piotection,) residence section of road regulation bill without a propine on a glady hillside, with pointers on Skeggs' Cre:k, in Rockcastle economists are practically agreed then N 77 B 26 poles to a stake in said county, Ky., and bounced as folvision for physical valuation, is a line, with 8 spotted oak pointers; it be- lows: On the north by the lnnds one of these? If that the most practical way to farce. ing the last corner to Alfred and Wilson of William Rentier; on the east bv lowei the cost of living is to re Owens's 80 acre survey; then their closplace The national democratic platform here ii lot, W 104 polas to a stake the lands of Albert Warren and ing line N 49 duce the tariff on the necessaries of ( of 1908 declared in vigorous lanwith pointers at the intersection of a line William Kinley; on the south by life speculation, here is of tho aforesaid m acres; Then with the the lands of Wesley A. Mink, and if you pporguage for "efficient supervision same S 20 W 75 poles to the beginning on the west by the lands of James and rate regulation of railroads" Tract No. 2. Twenty acres of land lyDEAFNESS CANNOT BE lots sell for J each, ing on the ridge east of the Sinks of McFerron, and to that md strongly recomCURED. Roundstonc Creek, in Rockcastle county, For the purchase price, the purof mended the taking of and bounded as follows: Deginuiug at a physical By local applications, as they can feet, are large black oak and dogwood on the spur chaser must execute bond with valuation by the Interstate Com- not reach the diseased portion of ridge; it being the 9th corner to approvedtsurety, bearing interest of a house one lot the ear. There is only one wa to merce commission. Morton Owens' 400 acre survey, also cure deafness, and that is by consticorner to Alfed and Wilson Owens' 400 from date ot sale until paid, and But when it is considered that acre survey; Thence with said Morton having the force nnd effect of a will is remedies. Deatness is tutional Owens' lines. N 67 W 46 Doles to a fallen Harrituau contributed $260,000 to caused by an inflamed condition of judgement. Bidders must be prechestnut oak and U gums with pointers; be the republican campaign fund on the iiiULOUs lining of the Eusta- will then N 10 W 45 joles to tho intersection pared torcnply with these terms. behalf of the railroad, that prob' chian Tube When this tube is of the last lino of Win. Craig's 50 acre G. S. GUiKPiNt survey; Thence with his lines reversed, S remember, should you place, ou have a rumbling sound ably numerous other railroad magG. S Grii'fin, Master Commissioner. R. C. C. 42 B 9J to his stake and Inst comer; or imperfect hearing., and when it Moster Commissioner, R. C. C. nates advanced equally large sums, then N 55 B too poles to his Chestnut will lot is entirely closed, Deatness is the corner; then S 7 K 44 poles to u Chestand that the very hill Congress is result, and unless the inflammation and Alfred Owen's nut corner Wilson COMMISSIONER'S SALE. COMMISSIONERS SALE. Seveal of lots tbout to place upon the statute can be taken out and this tube re already 400 acre survey; then N "7 W 10 poles ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT CJUKT. to a black oak their cornea; then S 35 hooks was originally drawn in stored to its normal condition; ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT W So poles to the beginning. or three eight acres of land Berca Bank & Trust Co. Plaintiff. Tract New Yoik and submitted to the hearing will be destroyed forever, been sold COURT lying on ridges IxHween Trace branch vs railroad interests before being In nine cafes out of ten are caused by and Roundstoue creek, in Rockcastle disposed oL entire Catarrh , which is nothing but an we hope county Kentucky and bounded as fol- Ida Wood, Administratrix Bank of Mt Vernon, Plaintiff troduced m Uongress, it is not so inflamed condition of the mucous lows: Beginnjng at a gum on the north of J. J Wood, Henry Wood, le call fully VS ) Commissioner's Sale. strange that the physical valuation surfaces. bank of a drain about 50 yards below John Wood, Hobart Jtfprtoi Owen's middle rock house; it amendments received their death will give One Hundrdd Dol Samuel Miller, J. I Drew, Diana We Wood, Mallie Mav Wood, corner to said Morton Owen's 100 offer. See stabs even after passed by goodly lars fur any case of Deafness caused and Miller and W. S. Robinson, acres: then with his line S40 W21 poles Bryan, Goodwin & Hunt, by catarrh that cannot be cured by to a poplar, his last comer, and corner Union Mfg. Co.. Pinuele Defendants. majority in tho House of Repre also to Alfred and Wilson Owen's So Medicine Co., Walter A. Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir- either By virtue of a judgement and sentatives. acre sui vey, then with their lines revers Wood Mowing & Reaping culars free. ed, N 65 W 25 jwles to a fallen spotted Oh, American people, you must orded of salo of the Rockcastle P. J. Chrnky & Co., Toledo, O. oak with pointers, about 4 poles N W Machine Co., and Georgia Circuit Court, rendered at the be more vigilaut than you are if Sold by Druggists, 75c. from the north end os said Morton B. Rice, DAVIS Defendant. ALBR1CHT. lower rock" bouse; their and last corTake Hall's Family Pills for conM:irch Term theteof, 1910. I shall you would continue to deserve the By virtue of a judgement and ner, also , to Wm. Durham's 40 acra stir stipation. vey; thence Ills Hue S SS K 48 poles to order of sale of the Rockcastle proceed to offer for sale at the title of a patriotic people! he intersection of mi open line of front door of the court house in Mt Whkrr Mr. Taft Gkts Sue- Despite the breaking of a guy IlriUo.i's 300 acre survey; then with Circuit Court,renderedat its March uuu which is no uiarKCU IN 35 I; 90 Term, 1910 thereof, I shall pro- Vernon, Rockcastle county, Kenwire in making his preliminary gkstions. s 10 a sirttce wnii pointers tit tue inter tucky to the highest and best Republican senators who most run preparatory to mounting into ion of the secoud line of Win. bur ceed to offer for sale at the front K, Hamilton, the n's 57 aero survey; then his lines S door of the Court House in Mt. bidder, at public auction, on visit the frequeutly White the air, Clwle W 20 poles to- - 2 chestnut oaks and ?tTTT LjifL?-- TllLj-- f Jjf Monday, the27th day of June, House: icronnut, uude a ten minute fight S"iSS53 wwVwviww'm.AVMi Vernon, Kentucky, on Monday, :koak: thence S 61 V 00 poles to 2 Governor's Island Monday. He m between the hours of 9 it tted oaks and a pine; then N 52 W June 27th, it being regular County iqio, Aldrich of Rhode Island, ac poles 10 a suiKe Alorton Uncus' announces his readiness to start . and 4 o'clock p. Court day, between the hours of o'clock a ine; tlicti, ins line b 17 u 50 poles to UuowledgeU congressional tepre ou a fight from New he beginning 9 a. m. and 4 p. m., on a credit of (being regular county court day) sentative of Wall street and tho this morning Tmp 'n fn'i nnwo nf li..l on a credit ol six months, the York to Philadelphia. fyiliif on the waters of the Traco branch six mouths, to the highest and best tariff trusts. in Rockcastle county, Ky., and bounded bidder, the following tract of laud following described real estate, DISCOVERIES Lodge of Massachusetts, who MARVELOUS us IUUUK3J Dcgiuiiiiig-a- i a oiacK oaK, fcjC loctted in Rockcastle county, cS5 4 J poplar and hickory, corner to Alfred and located in Rockcastle county, near declares the ultimate consumer to mark the wonderful progress of the Wilson Owens' 400 acre survey and in Conway, on Roundstoue Creek and Kentucky, cid bounded as follows: Air flights on heavy maage. be a myth. line of Ilezckiah Hritton's 300 acre surOner tract of land, lying on the vey; Then with Hritton's lines, S 63 B bounded as follows: Depew of New York, chairman chines, telegnims without wires, Having concluded to mako my business strictly 68 poles to awhile' oak 011a liillside;Theii On the north by the lands of waters of Rockcastle River, in terrible war inventions to kill men of the hoard of directors of the and that wouder of wonders. Dr. cash ami produce, I will sell for a small profit. So give S8 E 85 poles to a stake in said line, at Henry Wood, on the east by the S Rockcastle county, and bounded the intersection of a line of Win. K. New York Central and Hudson King's New Discovery to save, me your trade and I will treat you right. by the lands 01 Owens' 95 acre survey; Then with his lands.of Maggie Lambert and L. & on the north River railroad, and a director of 62 life when threatened by coughs. " lines N W 17 poles to a white oak N. R. R. Co., on the south by the George Drew's 56 heirs; cm the east with a gum and maple pointers in the lands of Ike Bowman, &c; on the other transportation and franchise colds, lagrtppe, asthma, croup, CLOSINC-OU- T fork of two branches; Then N 17 1? 71 west by the L. to N. R. R. Co., and by the lands of William Sams; on bronchitis, hemorrages, hay fever corporations. poles to a gum with a hickory and two containing the south by the lands of Frank whooping cough or lung 20 acres. I have a largo stock of Ladies' Cloaks from 1 to sjiottcd oak ixjiuters, W. L. Owens' corSenators Stephenson of Wiscon aud Said sale will be made upon a I'ouder; and on the west by the trouble. For nil bronchial affec ner in Hue of the aforesaid 400 acre sur1 to $5. Also f; Men's and Boys' Overcoats from sin aud Guggenheim of Colorado, tions it has no equal. It relieves vey: Then their lines N aoii W 17 ioles credit oi six months, bearing six land o. , and containing to a hickory; Then S 70 W 150 poles to Men's and Beys' Suits and Odd Pants, which I am comwho aie frequently to instantly. referred Its 'the surest cure, per cent interest, with approved 18 acres. the beginning. as having bought their way into fames M. Black, of Asheville, N. pelled to sell to mako room for my Spring goods. Tiact No. 5. Seventy-twacres of laud surety. Bidders must be prepared to For the purchase price, the lying about ij miles east of Sinks of the Senate. 0, .R. R. No. , writes it. Cured Vours, purchaser must execute bond with Roundstoue Creek, in Rockcastle County, camply with these terms. And here are the Republican 'liui of an obstinate cough after all Kentucky Ixsliig a 70 acre tract surveyed G. S. Grifi'in. approved surety, bearing interest 50c. and and patented by Ashley Owens & Co., senators with whom the President ither remedies failed. d Master Commissioner. irom date of sale until poid, and $(.00 A trial bottle free. bounded as follows: Heginniug at a stone does not confer: LaFollette of on a ridge by a path, set between two by Chas. C, Davis. having the force and effect of a fallen chestnut and gum, it being the Wisconsin, CInpp of Minnesota, judgment. Bidders must be prei eighth oorner of John R. Henderson's COMMISSIONERS SALE ii Dolliver and Cummins of Iowa, 163 aero tract (now Elijha Abney) and pared to comply with these terms. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT the lcgiuiiing comer to the 70 acres and Bristou of Kansas. G. S. Griffin, aforesaid; Thence with seven lines ol COURT Henderson's survey aforesaid: S 22 W Master Commissioner, R. C. C Ra inky was Right Aftkr All 72 'poles to a black oak on the side of DECORATING. ETC. "Attorney General Wickersham a mil, with pointers; Tlieune S 58.fi B John Popo Plaintiff VITAL WASHINGTON NKWS. former sugar trusts attorney," is 48J4 poles to a gum and small with pointers; Thence N 5S E 61 poles to VS ) Commissioner's Sale. quite ptoper, after all. a gum, hickory and dogwood, with point LARGE STOCK OP PAPER AL W. R. and Sam Ward, Defendants ers; Thence S 87 B 61 poles to a fallen When Reoresentative Harry T, Tavenner, "Writer aud Thinker," WAYS ON HAND. Spanish oak and stone pile on a hillside; By virtue of a judgement and Rain-jof Illinois made the above poles toa small llience b 5SJ a 30 Gives Us the Facts as They white oak on a hillside; Thence S 67 E order of sale ol the Rockcastle reference to Wickersham some Really Itxist. 23 polesto a white oakand hickory; Then Circuit Court, rendered "at the Our work is guaranteed. time ago the latter professed to S 21 W 22 poles to 5 hickory saplings, 4 March Term (By Taveuner) thereof, iflio, I shall of them cut down, on top of a ridge, have been greatly outraged, and Y. A. CARSON, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Our line of Couch Caskets corner. to Henderson and to Ashley proceed to offer for sale at the Staff Washington correspondent had a letter read on the floor of Owens & Co. 9 acre survey; Then their is unexcelled. line N 86 E I2 poles to chestnut oak front door of the court house, in of this newspsper. Congress in which he indignantly Hand-madCofiinsfurnished with a chestnut oak pointer, corner also Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle county, Washington Juue 14. Indica- denied the accusation. ' to Morton Owen's 100 acre survey; Then amir, to nil narts of 'ci with two lines of his N 65 B 32 poles Kentucky, to the highest and besl tions are that Congress will pass, By Represeuta-to two poplars at the head of a hollow; bidder, at public atfetion, on over the protest of Democrats and live McKinlcy of California, who tho County. j nen w 24 n 35 poles to a winte oak and Monday, the 27th day of June, Progressives, a railroad regulation was praising and defending Wicktwo gums, said Owens' corner and corBRODHEAD KY,. All orders by Wire Promptly Filled. ner also to James Smith's 23 acre survey; i9io, between the hours of 9 bill that will not provide for a ersham in Congress with informaThen with two line's of said 23 acre survey o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock p. m., phsical valuation of railroads. W at 76 poles pass poles south of tion furnished bim by the AtGranite and Marble Monuments spring under a cliff. In all 89 poles to a (being regular county court day) The millionaire colony of the torney general, Mr. Rainey has and Tombstones manufactured by stake with two hickory, dogwood and chesttiut pointers; Then N 33 i polesto on a credit of six months, the senate, some of the members of just brought out these admissions: MT. VERNON, KY. Phono 94-S- ALBRIGHT & FRANCISCO natural set stone under a cliff, Smith's following described real estate, lo- which own stock in railroads, That Wiskersham and Henry Also Agents for Iron Fence. corner, now in line of Calloway Alullins' fought desperately to kill every W. Taft, the President's brother, SSSJi 75 acre survey : Thence the x next Hues cated in Rockcastle county KenD. B. Albright, MnnagM with lid 75 acres, S 80 W 26i poles to tucky, and bounded as follows: physical valuaMon amendment were formerly members of the law two gums just south of a road; Then N One lot located In Livingston, proposed. C. C. 6i (tho fine regularly marked) W 51 g!!!n!f!!n!!Ht!!l!!!!!n!l!!!H!!W!!!n!!!1!i!!i!!!!n!!!!!n!!imH!g firm of Strong & Cadwalladt r; poles to two chestnut oaks just nbove Rockcastle county, Ky., and frontA physical valuation would ex that for services rendered ATTORNEY-AT-LAtho a coal bank ami spring; Thence N 34 W XVT. UU. VJSKNUN 60 poles to a whiteoak corner to said ing io9 feet on a new street, and pose to tue country the extent to thieving sugar trust "Brother MT. VERNON. KY. Mulling' 75 acres, and comer also to bounded on the south by said which railroad stocks have been Henry" received $26,750; that this EJijah Abney's 7b acresurvey; Then with l"OFFICE. On 2cd. floor o PRACTICAL street;'on the west, fay "a lot owned watered, and would, therefore, tend sum was turned over to Strong & two lines of his, S 6 B30 poles toa The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church near the 'top ot a ridge; Then by Alvin Reynolds, nnd binding to prevent over capitalization In UNDERTAKERS. j Cadwallader; aud that Mr, Wicker- street. Special attention given S53J W 36' poles to three gums, last corner to the 70 acre survey of Owens, 200 feet on same; ou the north by the fnture and pave the way for sham .drew down and pocketed his to collections. FUNERAL DJRECTOBS,; nfoicsaid, and comer also to B Abuey; a lot owned by E. B. Smith and reasonable freight and passenger Phone No.flo. share of the fee without indicatAND poles to tiie bellience jn 37 w 10 binding 78 feet on the same; and rates. This is 'whythe railroads ing any insurgent tendencies. ginning. EMISAIjMERS r acre tract 01 on the east by the Louisville & fear it. tract iso. o. 1 "Wickersham, former sugar laud lying in Rockcastle county and for Mt. Vernon, Ky. , E2 The Interstate Co; merce com further cTescriptiou and boundary see Nashville Railroad right of wav trust attorney, is, tnereiore a records. and binding 200 feet ou the same. mission, partlsatfW'Republican in legitimate appellation forthe At I'or.tlie purcliase price, the purchaser For the purchase price, the make-up- , has recommended phy- torney Geneial of the United States must execute bond, with approved surety, purchaser must execute bond with sical valuation" year after year. bearing interest from date of sale until approved who advises that there be co con surety, beanrig interest The commission, in its last annual Uconed Embalmor will have charge of that lino of , i CS paie, and having the force and effect of gressional investigation of the " work for tho company. a judgement, Ilulders must be prepared irom date ot saie until paid, and report, somewhat hopelessly, as if sugar trust because it might giyft having the force nnd effect of a realising the extent to which railto comply with these terms. -- Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all pointed rs: higher-up's!- " " G. S. GRII'FIN, judgment. Bidders must be roads dominate Congress, says: 'immunity to the Master Commissioner, R. C. C. Man.W prepared to comply with these "The commission has, in previous Selah! terms, Ballingkr Still Rkvbngbful UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER reports, expressed the opinion that Th KiaJ You Hava Always Bw J Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 111 a -G. S. Griffin, it would be wise for Congress to Secretary of the Interior Ballin- Master. Commissioner, R. C. 0. make provision for a liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiitiimiiiiiiiKiiiiiiiitiiiiauuuaauiiig physical ger has "indefinitely suspended" SMlt 7J . CIRCUIT COURT, COMMISSIONER'S SALE 1 auction ...!. one-eighth ! 1 11 1 -- Round-ston- e Rock-cas'l- e de-enb- 1 COMMISSIONERS SALE. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT R. E. Lawrence, &c , Plaintiffs VS ) Commissioner's Sale, C. J. Brown, &c, Defendants' By vjrtue of a judgement and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at' its March Term, 1OI0 thereof, I shall proceed to offer (or sale at the front of the Court House id ' Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, on Monday June 27th, it being regular County Court day, between the hours of 9 o'clock m. and 4 o'clock p. m., on a credit of six months, the following described real estate, located in Rockccstle county, Kentucky, nnd bouuded as follows: A certain tract of laud in Rockcastle county Ky., and on the waters ol Skegg's Creek, and known as ihe Sarildt. Lawrence land, and bounded en the north by the lands pf Alf Owens; on the east by the lands of John McMulIen on the south by the lands of G. B. Lawrence; and on the west by the lands of Alf Owens and G. B. Lawrence, and contuiuing 40 acre.", more or less. For the purchase price, the purchaser must execute bond with approved .urety, beoring interest Irom date of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders must be d to comply with these terms'. di-o- itr ""rrrn 'iiiin giMtuwn SPECIAL recom-mende- d Sftlt 1 Town Lots & r Sparks Davis Addition 11 MT. VERNON, KY. These 11 , pre-pire- No3-Ten- ty be-Ti- ig comprising in number, are Mt Vernon and in the western part the town Don't the coming you want a home in you want the Mt. Vernon to buy your and your want the tunity? These $ 25 100x200 notwithstanding some them worth from $200 to $300 and with on it which worth $750 The lot you get known until the day the drawing not takes but get the in the bunch, you worst get your the money's worth. have and within the next two weeks bunch to have the and us explain Ifinteresed our plan show you wha we have to Ow-eij'- ji SW or S ,1 Mt. Vernon, Ky. ? 113 111 1 111 111 NO CREDIT o Gutr-nniee- W. A. Carson WAIjIj-YAVEIUN- A. C. HIATT HIATT, KENTUCKY. NNN y UrHDSRTAKBR. ifc&Allfe e 11 0 cross-examini- 1 grodhead MarbJc Workp M, 3-- 7 W. A. COX,i :! 1 Williams, 4-- IJflMlST Chest-mituto- ak 3 0 nirty-iou- 3 C McCLARY COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. o. .STORIJI 'vC4t r& ' I GEORGE OWENS, 1 ; Stanford, Ky, V .. .1 ., !- i V f