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Vernon has several stockholders in the Henry Clay. - sfci jm ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, $3C$30C$Dee$X: littii wAJ--L- tfVJ'V"J4--4- fc 41 tf $ yfy isRSvaBvapsa Established . I887 NUMRhR 3 KY., FRIDAY, MARCH, 3. 1911. 4. - I - 1 In the announcement of the withdrawal of Judge Griffin from "s1 : Contest before the Primary we read: " - '1M "The SentinleiH in the mountry j . TV ains for Good Roads I discover in &T : m campaigning in the Dist. is ffyHtt beyond expression." This he says ,' f is the "main issue". In a previous "1 n HO I) II BAD. section of his well written, thoughtful announcement, he says: "My Mrs. W. T. Evans was called to candidacy and announcement was the bedside of her daughter, Mrs. caused by tho-of mv party who Thos Porter, of Bedfoid, Ind., believe in an extension of the who was veiv low with fever, but "County Unit" measure which if is now greatiy improved. She was v: enacted into a law would permit, accompanied by her daughter. ne Oc V or prohibit the sale of spirituous Verla. Per Rigsby took his to for 61-- 2 cents per yard. vinous or malt liquor within .the ' i bacco to Richmond Sast week and Each of the chief or. borders of a county" etc. of the body is ( got 7 cents per pound for It. J, Call iani Again he says: Those who klink in the Chain ol G. Frith bought.n pair of mules for Life. A chain is no I VilUITALnrULIYLK W JLUNWy stronger than its $290 00. George Durham was in patsuau?a me to engage in u conIt- test for a nomination as stated, wciUcst link, the body " Mt. Vernon Monday to see his no stronger than its believed, and made me for a time Dromer, v. l, uurnam, who is weakest organ. If there is weakness of stomach, liver or lungs, there Is a i believe that the real issue involved weak link in tha chain of life which may snap at anytime. Often this very bick. "weakness" is caused by lack of nutrition, the result ot weakness or disease the struggle for said nomination K KY. Bro. J. W. Graham, of Louis in of the stomach and othei organs of digestion and nutrition, diseases and would belhat of temperance, in weaknesses of the stomach and its allied organs are cured by the use of Dr. ville preached nt the Christian Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. When tbo weak or diseased stomach Is the extension' of the County Unit & church Saturday evening, Sunday cured, diseases of other organs which tetm remote from the stomach but which Bill" etc. Addjng "I regret to Lave their origin in a diseased condition ot the stomscu ana and Sunday evening, Mrs Sallie other organs of digestion and nutrition, are cured also. say that those who urged me to Roberts, of Gum silpbur spent TA Btroni man has a strong stomach. make the race arc. mistaken as to Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. W. Take the above recommended "DlaeoV' the real issus.'' may have a stroaQ stoat' ety" and you T. Brooks. John Robins and 1 will ""put this by itself as tte mch and a etroni body. i" : daughter, Mildred, were in Mt. "Givsn Away. Dr. Pierce' Common Sense Medical Adviser, one thing most significant in Judge Vernon Monday. Roscoe Griffin, receipt of stamps to pay new revised Edition, is sent frtt on Griffins declaration. Viz expense of mailing only. Send 21 pnc.cent stamps for the Walter Cloyd, and 'I.ogue McCall "Thereby fulfilling our parly book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the clolh.pound YPl were in town Sunday calling Mrs lime. Address Dr. It. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y, pledge". Is the republican parly L. B. Cable went to Livingston Tuesday to consult a physician. pledged to a Support of "County Was it pledged Unit Extension?''' Miss Gtta accompanied her mother. M!n!nmmM!!H!inn!n!".U!!!!l!l!!H!l!l!i!!!!nnHHn!!HK to Tariff Revision in the National Mrs. L. B. Hilton, of Stanford, Assembly? Wettioughtso. Some visited her parents last week. of the bravest, brainiest republicans Mrs. Cora Storms, ofCorbin, is in Congress thought so, and said visiting Mrs. Lou Storms who is so. A majority, ot "the Lower very sick. House in Kentucky legislature .Roy Sowder is very low with thought that the people of this pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. J. Thos Cherry are in Louisville busing state, demanded the right to vote by counties as a unit for temperspring goods. Mrs. Susie Tharp ance legislation. , It has been said arjd son, Carl, left Thursday for that a majority or the members of : Defiance Ohio to be ggue until the Senate were pledged to vote for June Miss ljstolla A'dams, of tne measure, .,. Berea has returned home after n That Ibe friends of local option visit to her grandfather, John were mistaken or deceiyedin that j Adams. Mr. T. S. Frith continues ' Style of very sick.Miss'Dora BladtonalitT js a matter oijisyirHjwnG' may be deceived as to the real issue in ys sale the most-liberbrother, William, have been visitthe 17th Senatorial Dist. The ing relatives in Paint Lick,-M- iss prices you ever reedtved Katie Cass visited her sister,, Mrs reason tor this misplaced confidence is well known to many of our L. B. Hilton, of Stanford, first ol public men ii and out of office. the week. J. J. riblright, of comHowever "Good Roads are deLebanon, was in town Sunday. MT. VERNON, KY EMolnSreet, sirable'1. buildiugof a high plete line of Shoes, It the Goods, and you will find Miss Minnie Hiatt, of Hiatt, is way through the, Slates by Convisiting Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt will give shoddy and if gress or the matter 'of building anywhere Rev. Rogern, of Knoxvilie, will "-roads, becomes a pet call, we will some fill his appointment at the Christ county f w measure ot the Stale and the ian Church Suuday. -- Uncle Billie a few prices Mink, of this place died Tursday Several sections where most needed " ?100 Umbrellas He was in the the name of all that is good evening ago Si years, 0"tlns Goods 00c. buried Friday evening at his old let us have them, but say friends 18c. 1.25, Bloech Muslin, per yd 8&0c. ;"u UU,BB 1 ' home place about six miles from let us not delude ourselves as to ! 1.50 40c. $2.00 , B ' do, "V Brodhead. Uncle Billie had been the real issue in this case. If Sena- Lonsdale, iuuriiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiimii 8c. Vnlfliuiionnes Lace 12 yards " Cc. married four times. His last wile tor Bosworth' or any other man UnliioeH 49cts. for can convince me that a majority of JNotions. and eight children survive hint. Best (.TingMnis 9e I M 10s Sox 8c; 10c Hose Ac, 25c the 17th Senatorial Dist. be'ieve loc Pearl Buttons, per dozen 4c. Hose 20c; filk' Hose 10c; SL25 loc Inilla Linen VIUAU DAYS AND NIGHTS. that Good Roads is of more imPercales Umbrellas .'9c Hose Ooc, 8ic 50e portance, than good morals, good character and good government, There's nothing finer than get, Hums whtto. clear mid only give a few prices idea we are r ttcaay to tne inst prop. ting up early in the morning and I'll pull off my coat roll up my the sake or everyone In the family, Insist on ravins? will give you a special sleeves and if need be dig vote and offering in every article feeling new all over. Oil pray for good roads from every The" night should refresbj one, of these 10 days Bootless Odor, Smokeless make one fit for the day's duties neighbor's door to main highway no moro than in- less Costs IflnHR. ' and thence to.'he court house in ..!. 4nnlnrnnin ' ' worKs and joys. So come early, pick and avoid Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer has It In barrels direct trom our every county ju the nation. W. CO., LOUISVILLE.Aulo 011 Instead of using the night for CHAS. C. STOLL OIL " I believe I cau show that enough Itcflncry t Warren. Ta. lllsh.Orade Motor Gso'ln. """ recuperation, however, too many for business, liquor is sold fand drunk in many of us seem to think the night was if not all of the counties in the 17th particularly created for pleasure, district which if expended in road more or less legitimate. building, would furnish all the The things we do in the daytime public highways needed, but if I nlver bring us the regret, the could pot it does not follow that A FIERCE NIGHT ALARM. disappointments, the morbidity, "good roads" is the "paramo.int S393oeeC$3eC$ CC30Cr-3flC8g30C is the hoarse, startling cough of a the sorrows and the extravagance issue'1 and besides this there is no child, suddenly attacked by croup. that our pight doings result in. conflict between good roads quest- Often it aroused Lewis Chamblin, PrintThe dajlligbt doesn't bring the crow's-feet- , the sunken eyes, the ion and County Unit Extension." of Manchester, O., for their four Chemic- & pallor of skin, the prematurely We have the County Unit plan in children were greatt7 subject to gray hair, that are the heritage of force in our public School system, croup. "Sometimes in seven; at all kinds of Supplies, come w als tacks," be wrote "we were afraid too much living in the glare of 1 1 is surprising bora many good trnits of not, 0 why not let us they would die, but bince we artificial lights. Edna K. Wooley, then why in apply it the matter of liquor proved what a certain remedy Dr. to store and we will in Toledo Blade. character ono may have. The" possesion selliug. Will some one staud up King s Mew discovery is. we have Wont nd give a good reason. ATTACKS SCHOOL resell of a Bank Account has a tendency to culti- , We rely 5i any party tell have no tear. for coughs, on it for some body, of m PRINCIPAL colds or croup and vate more. 5 deus why we have been so long So any throat or lung trouble." prived of exercising this reasonable do thousands of others. 3 So may S VW Decision of having a bank accoun tis ono, A severe altack on school prin- measure? J. W, V. you. Asthma, Hay Feuer, La H: and the prosistoncy to keep it is another.' cipal, Cbas B. Allen, of Sylvania, Ml. Vernon, Ky. Grippe, Whooping Cough Hemor"For Ga.. is thus told by him. Feb, 24th, lO 1 1. rhages fly before it. 50c and $1.00 S start an occount with So when wo offer to S' more than three years," he writer, Sold by Chas. Trial bottle free '"I suffered indescribable tortue HAS MILLIONS OF FRIENDS C. Davis S you. you have the opportunity to start, 3 from rheumatism, liver and Thrift is highly Thrift of Character. 3 stomach trouble and dteepsed kid-How would'.'you like to number President Talt nominated Will- coinniendablo. gr i neys. All remedies failed till I as jam H. L.ewis, of Uo'iton, a negro, S used Electric Bitters, but four your friends by millions Come'in and talk to us and make the start' S bottles of this wonderful remedy Bucklen's Arnica Salve does? Its to c an 10 me mioruey 3 cured me completely." Such , stoundi.u cures in the past forty General of the Department of 5 at saving. to lis the best Thousands aears made them. suits are common. " Very truly yours, sores j5 bless them for curing stomach Salve in the world lor scalds, ulcers, Justice, at 0 salary of 5,000 a cuts, year. S3 trouble, female complaints, kidney eczema, burns, boifs, and for new corns, sore eyes, sprains, swellings disorders, biliousness, The most common cause of in Try them. bruises, cold sores, Has no equal h'allh aud vigor. LEADING DRUGGIST, si mnia is disorders of the storaache for piles. 25c at Cbas 0 Davis. Only 5oc at Chas C. Davis. Chiimlierlain's Stomach and Liver I Id r !" . MT. VERNON, KY. PHONE PlionoSO Tablets correct these disorders and FOR FLETCHER'S enable you to sleep. For sale by FOR FLETCHER'S Chas. C, Davis. ncver-the-lcs- s 1. s ,- est standing. GOOD MEN AT HEAD Though both of us dislike to OF THE HENRY CI.AY. admit that we are even old, the fact remains that we (W. P. Walton, in Lexington have known Col. Hoge for forty Herald) Among the stockholders vears, beginning when he lived in of the Henry Clay Fire Insurance Staunton, Va., and we in Richmond Company who attended the meet for his strictest can vouch ing here vesterdav trom Frankfort We integrity and utmost good faith In were Col. Chas E. Hoge and State Pnntnin Ed Farlev. every word and action At present Traaiit-- . is PMent f "jf Stat Nation- Both are men of the highest stand-h- e mwing lor honor and integrity and;"1 Ui""",u" we snoe wanuiaciory. ne nas never their word is as ,ood as anvbody's associated with anything that Our acquaintance with boud. did not prove a success, and his Captain Furley dates only back to name is a tower of strength to anv his inauguration as State Official, The Henry Clay institution. uui we nave kuuwm (it muu lor u, Company was fortunate in securing longtime as a citizen of the u..i,p n him as well as Captain Farley and SENATOR BOSWORTH AND Auditor F. P. James, a fiuaucier THtf 'STEENTH" SENA- and capitalist, and their well known -. - 1 e BINGHAM SALE - - s" "w. ""fc OOO yark O L. H. 1 Ginghams and buy your gingham from us; j DAVIS, LIVINGSTON, , V ttnctocfcycg SALE! Jill, 1011, al ? SUTTON & McB the new firm MARCH At"8 '"o'clock Dry Hats No lLook For Their Opening A An- - ff nouncement Next Week S WE INTEND TO REDUCE THE PRICE ON EVERY ARTICLE IN OUR ENTIRE STOCK FOR THESE TEN DAYS. We have the most ALL NEW Notions that stuff, you insure you WewiUBegiha have ten-tO-da- andwifhoffefgoods'at Z!$& II us & quote WONDERFUL BARGAINS STRICTLY CASH: e We Dry "T ' llU'l..llifHllilMll" III We -- that you may have an bargain what Solite Lamp We bought us during get first "o-Crb- the rush. Yours Robt. & FOR this E. B. Cox. 1 sr Character Biding! ( r I3CD0C -$ Photographic Films and Paper, Cameras, Pure and show you. Wei 3 3 2 KODAKS $5.00 to $15.00. $1.00 $12.00. 3 re-;- 5 BROWNIES .CHAS. C. DAVIS, DCCCCXXS PEOPLES BANK.' 3 Ch Cry OJflT&ren Cry lumuuiuuuuuiuuimiu.u. uuiuuiuaumuumuimul CASTORIA CASTORIA 3DC$33CD5C V. T i M. i yW k.Wirft2lU'Nll .iWWfcKASi i. 111 I .x tti ; Ht W.h9 WT VFRNON SIGNAI 1 1 TmoaV, AJcti ., 1911 ot r,,,,u,R tne inionntof such ex- - bo right man ftnd we slia'l continue ppnqo they ndoprM n smnll h. fine to ndvo?ilc hi. nomination and1 itus on nil biiMiioH, o.oiipiiforiijclo.iinn fio matter whom Uie i and professions in our city. JLi we publicans nnv nominate. Howling 'would advance, if we would push Green News. , Xtt&&p I & v$y3gc $ VzyzritiQz? y&p&yc&3 V along our business enterprises, PUBLIC SALu. Icoutfige our churches and schools, EDGAR S. AUIRLCHT. will n Miviri sold nif firm it we would beautify our town and long and badlv iieCilcd Wednesday Match 8th. ton at hrmu Mime 'light to our streets, every mm, my plice hear Urortbcncl oiler $1.00 ONR YI'AR SUBSCRIPTION and host wonmi and child should luce that for sale to the highe-rr ijgms be had. The busbies-- and bidder the followint;: I hore 7 yrs. old; 5 mares 5 4dv(Ttisine rates made known on professional men should attend and without veils old; one in fold; oho yearling the meeting application any tnnlicc or haul feelings ntlvo- coll; 2 good mikh cows, both of these giving mill:; 13 had of calves; 12 cate the installation lights. It is necessary to build up' liead of 'ihoits. 7 head of sheep; MKMHKK 01' one KP.N'TUOKY I'ftnSS ASSOCIATION Mount Vernon and to advance berime almost new 1'lano binder, K. n..r r:.. 'tivn hnrsi tvnuniir one hitniv and imo.i Officers are endeavoring to serve harness; 2 sets of wagon harness; the people. I.iey have no ax to one Vulcan plow, one drag harrow, grind audare working for what one 8 h p. thrashing power and thsv earnestly be.ieve to he right other farming implements too 60 bbl. and have done only what they numerous to mention think is best. The women and corn, lot of shock fodder, hay if children of our community ore oi sold before also my home WANNOfNCEMKNT Term of to announces O. directly effected by this move and hold and kitchen goods. We' are authorized M. BALLARD as a raiuliclate for Repre- wo hope too that they will be sale, $5 and under cash in hand s sentative of Rockcastle anil Laurel use their influence over $5 credit of six months with subject to the action of the Rcpuli-lic.- present and toward securing this great im- approved security. jnrty. Sale begins at 9 o'clock. They can come to the We ait autliorbed to announce R. O. provement. J. C. Gibus, WKUII. as a candidate for Reprcsentatixe meeting, perfectly safe, as there Brodhead Ky. counties, sub- will only be a friendly discussion, H C. Jones of Rockctstlc and Laurel ject to the ai'tlon of llieRepublican par- for we all certainly realize that it auctioneer. ty which we have a is a question Do you know that of all the mi Wc an an homed to announce 15. II, common interest, and one th-nor ailments colds are by far the Tho'tipson as a candidate for ReprcscnLi-tiv- should appeal to the sober thought most dangerous? It is not the cold of Rockcastle and Laurel counties, of our best citizens. This is no itself you need to fear, but the sesubject to t le .T".ion of the Republican time for caviling or malicious at- rious diseases tt often leads to partv. Most of these are known as germ tacks, but it is the season of sober diseases. Pneumonia and consumpthought, kind words and wise deShould the Town be lighted? termination. Not backward, bin tion are among them. Why not take Chamberlain's Cough Rerued If not. why? Mount Vernon is a onward, let the battle cry be, and and cure your cold while you can? century old, but has advanced "Do it For sale by Chas. C. Davis. let us all sing the song, slowly because her people have "posted. bless the lor Mount Vernon". God taken little interest in pushing Any one guilty of trespassing on m, town, may her people be aroused, However, there are her along.' property will be prosei-uteto the ful her scuools increase, her business extent of the liiw. We have a now signs of life. prosper and her people grow richer Mrs Maiiat.a .TonkS, Board of Trustees possessing both wiser and better. Mt Vernon, K mid enterprise. Realizing wisdom the necessity ol good ANOTHER JOHNSON PAPER and street lights, they are enIN L1NR. deavoring to bring liotli to our city. Believing that these two The News believes tint Senator is a wonderful improvements ate essential to the c McCtear is the man for the best interest of our cooiinnniu, for all ages of manparty to nominate for govthe growth ol our churches and He is able, clean and kind. It will make the schools, as well as to the con- ernor. popular with the people of all venience of the general public, an He delicate.sickly baby strong ordinance was regularly passed to classes throughout the state. and varied experience and well will give the light t he town, something that has had long including a d z.n should have been done yeaisago in public :ff tirs girl rosy in congress, one as governor pale, anemic II our people itad lighted Mount terms nnd one as United States Seuator Vernon well ten years ago and cheeks and rich, red blood. is as active as most iren at built splendid would and fifty. mid It will put flesh on the He is a statesman be twice as larpe-a- s - it is gentleman, a faithful, unfaltering her citizens would have teu bones of the tired, overdollars where tbev uow have ten democrat of the loftiest character cents. Where is there u single"! and integrity and this is known of worked, thin man, and all men, He stands (or everything euuguieneci county except will keep the aged man Mount Vernon, that Ins not for V, Inch his prtv stands and for if elected make' an ideal street lights of some kind? In the and would or woman in condition to darkness and in the mud. our go enter. The News was heartily people bliudly stagger over streets for Mr. Johnson for personal rea- resist colds or pneumonia having withdrawn we and at night. They are sons, but he in the winter. a re just as warmly for the Richkept from religious services, from FOR SALE BY ALL DRUQaiSTS mond man and shall do what we School entertainments, from paynominabring about his ing visits to their neighbors and can to name ad. for out tion .md election. A large number Bend 10r.,Sat lng of paper and thla Bketch.Book. beauttdil Sank and Child1! friends, because to our .shime mid of Mr Johnson's friends are doiug Each bank contains a Oood Luck Fenny. disgrace we have no street lights. all they can to induce someone else 6C0TT & DOWNS, 409 Pearl St, New York The Town Board cannot furnish to announce for the chief execu them, as cheap as it would he, t'veship, but we do not agree with FOR FLETCHER'S without funis, aid for the purpose them we believe McUreary is to Published every Fiulay by en- 1 , a """" fyMLntfr 4 UuttermaUIng Is an it n 0 yn U nL r II u L r 1 -- , - by a personal call that we sell exactly what we advertise. That our stock is the largest in town and our prices, quality considered, are the lowest to be had ai y where. That's whv McKENZIE'S is the most popular Furniture house in Rockcastle. 1 i .b art In Fresh fruit Is always delicious. Gapes Is caused by a small worm the windpipe. ( ORIENTALS tUGS EUROPEANS DOMESTIC. . Most farm buildings are built too close to the dwelling. f cloer In preparing a seed bed for sweot do a thorough job. conn-tip- Very little Is known about the actual lalue of rye as a poultry food. Ttie barn that is banlted up will have fewer draughts over the floor. This department has been a delight to every customer who has seen it. Thes Rugs have been bought right and are sold at the right price. AIRTIGHT HEATING STOVES that will heat . one Don't leaTe your valuable farm ma dilnery ' standing unprotected in the field. 111 room, two rooms or thev;hole house and will hold fire over night. Price $3.75 and up. t e for sheep. value. Oat straw is an excellent rough feed "Wheat straw Is next in Overcrowding the ewe flock during tbe winter months is a frequent cause of severe losses. Very early spraying with Bordeaux the thing for all kinds of fungus rot and for peach leaf curl. Is S. B. McKENZIE. TIE Phone 1J3. FURNITURE MAN Freslipgreen bono is of itself almost a complete feed, and may be used as a special material for egg production. Farmers should not buy more land MT. VERNON, KY. - side-walk- tiiitll thai which they already have is producing to its maximum capacity. Ijrc86jx&yflto s Scott's Emulsion food-medicine Exercise is of prime importance In several ways. It Keeps the pigs nimble aud In a healthy condition generally. Uefore putting the chicks Into the brooder Kit is a good plan to sprinkle them carefully with a good Inbect powder. q KEEPING the quality of I f r K& 1 GRANVILLE OWENS UNnERTAKER i i J i. demo-ciali- ""- - a comfortable place In which to pass more than half of tho time, sleeping nnd resting. . One of "the flirt needs of the pigs Is your goods a secret is what Brodhead Ky & side-walk- Breeding stock should be selected for health, strength, vigor and matu-litlty -- second .and fancy y flrst-Aitll- n you accomplish when poliHs-tbtWi- - - -j you don't advertise them. COMPLETE LINE Collins, Caskets and Robes. All MalL Telegraph or To e Vi r. i 2&.M.fJii fc. w dsfsmwjy- - Filled. ! be-u- , It H n well known fact that properly managed a 20, 40 or 80 acre farm will return In nddltlon to a living, a. line Income Jor the family. The dairyman having a productive farm ot ISO to J00 acres can easily raise six to eight of his best marked female Jsalve each season. The annual income from milk nnd (.utter In tbe United Slates is said to be more than tbe output of the gold nnd tha slher mine?. Carrots are fed lo horses not so much for their feeding value, but for You know they're best; so do a few others I But tho general public aro they informed? Tell them! Don't keep it a dark secret. l&yd&yr&r- nr&yr&pr HOW '.' . ABOU T YOUR side-walk- s WATCH? DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME? IF NOT, WHY NOT? If you arc Laving any such trouble about your watch 01 clock, just turn it over to ns and if it does not ran all O. K. it will coit you nothing. We guarantee our work. Give us a trial. Wp do all kinds of soldering and repair work. Chlldrn Cry IM tholr influence In keplng the digestive oigans hi good condition. CASTO Rl A It requlros ice to handle milk, cream or butter, so see to it that you will be fully supplied with this cheap nrticlo for next summer's use. In winter dairy farmers often forget that nothing Is chenper and more beneficial than pure air, sunlight aud a rensonable amount of exercise. Fowls should always be starved for at least 21 hours before being killed, ;0 as to have thlr ciops and Inton-tlnethoioughly fieo ftom food of any kind. J. Let the light shine through FRANK MOORE, AT DK S C DAVJS' DRUG STORE, Announcement This is to announce to the public that the firm of &McBee has; by mutual consent been dissolved, Mr. McBee retiring from the business. Having purchased the entire stock, I will continue the business at the same old stand. I wish to thank all those who have given us such liberal patronage suringthe past year and ask a continuance inthe future, guaranteeing to all, the same fair dealing and courteous treatment, wh;ch you have received in the past. Yours very truly, Mc-Ken- zie There l a steady demand for nuts Tim fCnglMi walnut, pocan, Spanish. Japanese and Amerlcnu chestnuts, linttcr nuts and shellharks mof.t profitable. are the the columns of this paper. (U.p.rtjlit,istt).bV.M U.) MT. VERNON, KY. Chlldron Cry FOR FLETCHER'S How to cure cold n question in w cli many are interested just Chamberlain's n . Cough Do you realize it is better to be R ine v has won its ureal reputa-t- i n a id immense sale by its te safe than sorry, that, it is the best, Condiments that sttmulato egg proIt can policy to Jock the stable door before duction are very much like anything nurka!e cure of colds. DENTIST that stimulates a human being. After For the horse is stolen? ilwaysbe depended upon. MT. VERNON, KY. the immediate results wear off the sole by Chap. C. Davis. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy on Main St. bird la in worse shape than before be- Offico at j cured Mrs. C. C. Gokey, of a stubing fed. Crown it nd Bridge Work u born case Work guaranteed. Specialty. Monumenla thousands of heart disease, such as Mount arc now suffering with. Peoplo think that If hens don't lay Read what she says: in the winter they will in the Bum' "Before I began takinff Dr. Miles' mer, but this is a mistake, as It has WORKS Heart Remedy I "ad been differing been found that the winter layers will from heart trouble for over five pioduco as many eggs In the summer years. I had grown so weak that it as tho laers. was Impossible for me to do thirty 'The difficulties experienced in spreading poultry manure, on account of Hh sticky consistency, may bo obviated by mixing with loam, peat or common stable manure. OASTO Rl A ii "I Suffered Intense Pains in My Left Side." R. W. DYCHE Vin 3 0 MoCLARY non-wint- c. b. Mckenzie & Successor to McKenzie McBee. As regards rotation of crops, unless the western farmer Is willing to see his land become, even In the present geneiatlou, as valueless for agricultural uslr" as is so much of New Kng-laubo muet adopt nnd ndhero to tome systematic uso of restorative ( rops. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. ' When you huvo rheumatism in your foot or instep apply Chamberlain's Liniment and you will get quick relief. It costs but a quarter. Why suffer? For sale by Chas. C. Davis. Stnnford, Ky. 'SM " minutes work in a whole day. I suffered intense pains in mv left aid and under the left shoulder blade, I could nut sleep on the left side, and was so short of breath tiiat I thought I should never be able to take a full breath again. The least excitement would bring on the most distressing palpitation. I had scarcely taken a of the Heart Remedy I could see a marked chance in iny concu ion. i began to sleep well, hid a good appetite, and lm proveu so rapidly mai wnen l naa taken six bottles I was completely half-bottl- e re cured. MRS. C. C. GOKEY, Northfield, Vt. r .'' C.C. Williams, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Manufacturer ?f Ah Granite Monuments of all Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy. MT. VERNON. KY. The Exscutiye Committee of the Estimates furnished is what you need. If the firjtb'ot-tl- c iflcnuBTPR.- - On 2cd. floor o kinds. Southern Publishers' Association fails to benefit, your money is Mt. Vernon , on Church on application. The Bank of has called tho annual convention streetSpcdal attention given returned. Ask your druggist GEO. OWENS Propr MILES MEDICAL CO.. EMWi Iwk. of the association to meet in Louis- to collections. Phono 112 ville, June l3'5, No. 8o Phoue . - If you have any of the symptoms' Mrs. uokey mentions, it is your and duty to protect yourself. ' "d v rv Vs tAuif MMialftH JL n MtriKiAlrttiil : ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iVl f. VERiNOiN SIGNAL Feb 2410,11 le Vkrkon.Ky. 7A CaW up "No, 70" wntn 1. ayouwnnltoOommunl oats wltti SIGNAL 70 i, ZJ the will be he subject of the Tnc dispensation Arch Chapter. lio3 already been granted and the pastors' sermon at the Presbvterian lodge will be installed in short Church Sunday morning. ' Evening service at 7 o'clock. time. Drodlfead is to have Roynl Com-mutin- "The Minister and HMOi2iittiMtai(aissaniiaio lit) .::: . 1 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 1 : t : : 1 1 x 1 1 . : 1 : s : : z : : 1 . as iiottt((taai)saSfloSaSoSSiMiia!a" 0e00000008000S8a0e0Sse0U000C000eea0U0C00000000aio t : : : z : s s.j : : 1 s j : : j 1 1 : : : : 1 1 : : : j : : : 1 1 . : : : s : ; : 1 1 : 1 : 1 : :::.' 11 Auctioned H. C Jones reports the sale ol W. M. Bullock as fol flows: One pair of work mules S296; fat hogs 6 cts, sow and G pigs $46 another sow and 6 pigs $26 and corn 45 to 55 cts. The mam friends of Mr. Logan Cheek, in Mt. Vernon, will regret to learn of his death, which occurred in Danville, Wednesday o.s the result of typhoid fever. 'lit READ WRAT YOUR 0 "UNCLE SAM"" ' 0t. 0O. 0t" tis.. Of-0O- . SAYS ABOUT 00 0 ForSalh: Between !r -- V. ,1' 14 y '' ? - 4f i W1 v ' Our loteiuan W. T. Davis has 400 good red oak been confined to his room since Will furnish mill seat. TIME TA13LE. J. T. PURCELL. Monday with a yereie case of the Mt. Veinon, Ky. mm hem it tui lien a rug 7 17 31 grip, :s2 a m ged road for ret of the fore; to sruj . firm of McKenzie & lcBee The -- Dl 11:44 air meet the demands of the office. by mutual consent has been t2:ig a m Mr. C. B. McRenzie the Cakd of Thanks: I wihti to Agent. senior member has bought the thank the people who responded to "ion? No. s8. promptly aud worked so faithfully stock and will continue the business to save in v house Irom burning on at the. same old stand. it tlif Mt Vernon, Ky. Poitofflce ..itori-mall matter. last Thursday night. fli NoticO: The'hrm of McKen-zi- e Yours very truly & McBce having dissolved R. W. Dvchr. partnership, we wish to ask all Booth Thompson slnt and who owes us to please calf and Rev G, S Watson is in Frank- fatally wounded a prominent busi- settle. Thanking one and all for fort today ness man nt Jacksonville Fla., says past favors we are, Yours truly, Gilbert D.iley was over Irom a dispatch from that ' place. McKunztk & McBek. Tbe Conwav yesterday wound is considered so dangerous Hereafter we will publish a court Mrs. R B. Mullinn was in Uv that Thompson was refused bail. church and lodge directory in the ingston Monday Cakd of Thinks: To all of paper each week. The pastors, or Walter Miller was in Livingston our many friends who so kindly clerk's of the various churches are between trains Sunday. assisted us fn the sickness and requested to band in a directory B vSouthard death of our father, W. T. Smith, for the different services, as they Dr. and Mrs. D. we are certainly very thankful to would like to have them appear. were in Louisville Monday. Very respt.. little son are you all. Mace Miller and Mr. W. T Smith, aged 73 years, Mr. and Mrs. RovBritton. died at his home on West Main St. on a visit. here from Colorado E. B. Brown will soon move U at about 5 o'clock Tuesday mornJohn Robin and tittle daughter were up from Brodhcad Monday. the building occupied by W. C. ing after an illness of consumption Judge L. W. Bethurum was in Klrby, near depot, Mrs Butnefwill lasting more than a year, however Louisville Tuesday on legal busi- move to the property now occupied he has only been confined to his He by Mr. Brown and continue her room since Ihe early winter. ness. leaves one daughter, Mrs. Roy - and Judge J F. Dr. Ftancis and family are ex- boarding housethe first of tut Griffin will move to bis property Britton and his wife who is an pected to arrive now occupied by Mrs. Butner. inmate at the Lexington asylum. week. The burial took place Wednesda) On the last Friday night in the Lee Rah Inn inovod to hiB fternoon in Elmwcod Cemetery. he month, there will be a spelling 'milt rerentl Mrs. William Oweus died Mon C'i test between the Brodbead and dd i n A ef Mt Vernon Graded schools. diyat her home near Maretburg A. C Sowder, who spent the of consumption. She had been sick winter here with his son, Pari), There will be twelve contestants from each school and wi'l be held about one year. She was a daughfiat moved back tc his farm. at the Mt. Vernon Graded school ter of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Taylor, Mi Ruse Thompson has been and had been sick about one year. building. It promises to be th htrnk'er. Mrs. L R Hughes Besides her father and mother, she very interesting evening H S'Riifdid this week leaves a husband and several recently Mrs Wash Barnett has purchased children. The burial, took place who . Marshal Smith, moved to lliatt. has been very of ihe Odd Fellow, the Hansel at Freedom Tuesday. tract of land, which the lodge ick. but U Konie better now Sutton & Me Ike is tlit style of couvert into a of Brodhcad, intended to Ocorg". Durham, a new firm opening up for business' Cemetery. But on account of it wis with ivs brother, Fied L. being Joo far from town was in the room recently occupied by Sunday and Monday. VoDurlfamtt deemed unsuitable lor a cemetery, R. B. Mullinsand later by S. T. 1? HobMcClurc will go to London and hence the reason for the action Proctor. C D. Sutton and W. G the last of lhi',weet or first of As soon as "a desirable location can McBte are the .members ol the law next, to be examined be secured u cemetery will be firm and they expect to carry a license complete line of general merchanstarted. dise including groceries. Both of T Meadows and two of bis J. A request has come to us, tha' these young men are down right children have been down with grip Mr. Meadows is now able to be we ask all to observe next Wednes- hustlers and we predict for them a There are a splendid succcsf, day as Arbor day. out again. places where trees are Miss Bernice Lindrum left this number of Father Ricard, of the Santa Clara needed and now is the time to put morning for a visit to Miss College Observatory, has announcWatson at Caldwell College, them out in order to have success ed the discovery of a large sun the old 'Jnslc Harve Owens, Danville. spot in two degrees and veteran, in transplanting trees says south latitude and sixty-fivMrs. Matilda Bryant accompan a number will hive tiees put Will, were in Rich if degrees east of the solar axis. It icd by her son, out on that'dav, that he will do the measures 21,640 by 18,804 niiles, mond Saturday to consult Dr. work for just half what he usually and the facular region surrounding Gibson. charges, 25 cts. instead of 50 and by 87,824 miles R. B. Mullins s In Richmond, will guarantee the trees to live or it measures 78,824 will swell the This disturbance Va. attending a meeting of the reptece them. atmospheric unrest on March 4 and traveling salesmen for the house The Presbyteiian church was 7. which will be followed by or which he works. Clearing filled almost to its capacity by another March 7 to n. MNt-eMarv Langford and Joe appreciative hearers Tuesday veu weather may be expected after Davis spent Saturday and Sunday ing to witness the musical pro- that. in Maretburg the guests of Mr. and gram rendered by the pupils of ALABAMA. Mrs. Joe McKenzie Miss Claudia Dodson. Each parwas confined to F. L. Durham, ticipant did well and the grace, The best farming land in the South You cau buy land in Washinghis bed from Friday until Wed- ease and proficieucy of each per a trouble, the result former not only spoke words of ton county, Ala., for 25 per acre nesday with uf a broken ltmb. For three days praise for their most proficient on the installment plan; $1 per acre he suffoied intensely. teacher, but showed ability and down and 50 cents per acre per Mrs D. N Williams has suffi- application on the part ot the mouth until paid for, with no inter ciently recovered to he removed pupils. Misses Leila" Miy Lovell est or taxes. Purchasers buyuiE from the hospital tu Cincinnati to Marguerite Lovell.Bernice I.andrum as much as ten acres now get a Arthui Flats, in Covington, where Blanche Crawford, Anna May lot in the new town of Alpha, This land ts traversed by the she?.i expected to continue to im Miller and Mattie B. Soarks ren- free Mobile and Ohio railroad. Now prove dered the more difficult pieces, yet is the time to buv a farm before it Miss Kstella 'Adams, returned to the audience did not lose sight of Saturday after the splendid efforts of Misses goes up. Write for particulars. Jier home in Berea Oscar Pondkr, Ageut. spending a few days with relatives Sallie Stewart, Christine Davis, Livingston, Ky. ana mi Jennie Morrow Miller and Maste and friends in Brodhead was accompanied by Fred Baker, the tots of much less Vernon. She LAND STOCK AND CROP. Misses Anna Tate and Virginia experience and fewer years W. W. Braddon, of Laddonis, Davis. Hansford Ky., March 1, iqn Mo., exhibited 24 ears White corn Dr. mid Mrs M. L. Meis and Editor Signal: that weighed 29 pounds. Tl e Yesthat there is sme cot - twenty acrhs u which this corn two bright Uttla children terday" morning tor theii new siderable kicking on the part of was grown averaged 70 bushels We regret some againt the privilege tax, home in Winchester. per acre. very much to lose meli splendid which as I understand, is to go for The cold weather has saved the people from our number, but we tbe purpose of maintaining lights Chicago commission merchants trust the change will prove a in your town I have considerable from bankruptcy. Prices of cold pleasant and profitable change for business in your town, go there storage goods are soaring as the them quite often and no one appreciates result of the cutting off of fresh th" verv great improvement which supplies. LOCAL the town has made in the last few A farmer near Rtissellville, Ark. years more than I do. I opperate SALESMAN WANTED to look lumber yard in your town, and has boen raising swect potatoes for a after our interest in Rockcastle I want to say that I am more than eight years. From two acres last and adjacent counties Salary or willing to pay the small tax, if year he secured 1,140 bushels per Commission. Address The Harvey the town can have good lights. acre, and the average yield, from Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio his farm was 325 t.ushels to tbe Yours very truly, acre, for which he ordinarily gets W. M. Bullock Stravbd: Light red muley cow add that tbe above $1 per bushel. We want to white spot on each sholder, giving The midwinter sa'e of the Liberal reward for her re- article Irom Mr. Bullock was not milk. Hahrison Reams, solicted, but came of bis own free Fasig Tipton ompanv hold in turn. JJew York was a very successlul will and accord. Orlando, Ky. Feb. LCUin'LlC&tUllMVILlKR fl CO. 300 and trees for sale. 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Field sold bis 7 week's old royal purple bull calf bv Aggie Cornucopia Pauline and sired by Colartha Johanua Lad to W. H. Milner of Chicago, the purchase price being $10,000 the highest, it is said, ever paid for a young bull. . At Tippecanoe City, Ohio, last week, a boar farrowed in March i9io by Cherry King, out of Highland Lady sold for $507. This sale averaged $117 50 for 6 head. A. T. Tucker of Winchester Ky., purchased a sow by Cherry King, out of Ira's Wonder. Sixty head were sold at an average of 1 $31- - i Speculators in a second grade butter in New York and Chicago have been unable to find a market for all of their cold storage, holdings, and will, it is said, be com pelled to ship 3,000,000 pounds of the product to Europe to save tberaselvestrrttn absolute loss. One large speculator purshased it for 31 and 32 cents a pound, put it in storage, and now js selling it at an average wholesale1 price of 25 cents a' pound. The Dover News says: "When it was stated at Winchester a buyer for the American Tobacco Company had said tbe average price of the be above 1910 crop would not eight cents, it was claimed that such could not be the case and it was "a scare" of the Bttrley Society to induce growers to pool . Now since, the pool went down notice how closely the general averages of the 1910 crop verge on eight cents. I ast week the average was $8.22 per hundred " PINE HILL, strict sheep quarantine on account ot scabies among) of the prevalence This . Bro. Bell filled his regular apthe sheep of the state. Mrs. means that no sheep cau be ship- pointment here Sunday. Belle Kinser who has been sick for ped from Kentucky for breeding or feeding purpo&esand can be ship- some tim e is slowly improving ped out of the state only for im- Mrs. Maggie Barger has moved Scabies does from her home place near Caloway mediate slaughter. not affect the meat of the sheep, to the house lormerlv occupied by but sheep having scabies are Tommy Hansel and Mr Hansel always thin and poor market meat has moved into the Mrs. Barger W. H. Cottengim was on this account. This, disease has property Parks-villlost the sheep raisers of the state )a Brodbead. Lebanon and f(rst of the week - Harrison about $350,000 in the last year, as affected with scabies Smith is with bis sister this week. a sheep Mr and Mrs. D.tvid Cottengim, deteriorates in va'ue from 30 to 50 of Mt. Vernon were visiting relacents The assessors' book two years age indicated there were 650 tives heie last week. Mrs. Mary We are E Turner und two little children 000 sheijp in the state. now winding up the work in of Corbin are with her parents, about 50 cbunties, and a favorable Mr. and Mrs. Dannie GtifTn. McHargue was in Mt, Veroutcome is expected of the cam- Lellon John G. Falin Ken- non Wednesday. against the disease. paign has moved on Win. McHargue's tucky has always raised the best sheep to be obtained, and up until place and says he is going into the recently this state sold' more sheep sewing machine business. Robert Mason and Casper Berry were in for breeding purposes than anv Mt Vernon Tuesday on business Scabies other state in the Union. Sunday school at the Baptist while highly contagious, is not a church every Sunday "malignant disease and we hoDe to KILLS A MURDERERr have the evil entirely eradicated by time of the fall shipments" A merciless murderer is AppenFive billots were taken for dicitis with many victims, but Dr. United States Senator in tbe the King's New Life Pill kill it by Montana Legislature, but prevention. They gently stimudeadlock remained unbroken. late stom,.ch, liver and bowels, SUBSTITUTE preventing that clogging that HAS invites appendicitis, curing constipation, Headache, Biliousness, ChilU. 251 ut Chas. C. Davis. I Buy and SkmI Rsalkstatk I have on baud at present fome very desirable farming land, some mineral and timber land and some town property it's all for sale, come in and see me before vou buy. I will sell or exchange with you. You will find me at the Bank of Mt. Vernon. ,. A. I). Furnish, Mt Vernon, Ky. , .11 e President Talt will attend the dedication of the National Home ol the Printing Pressmen and Assistants' Union at Hale Springs, Tenn., in June. No trace lias been found of the 130,000 worth of jewels stolt-from the stateroom of Mrs. Mild-wi- n Druininoiid on the steamship Amerika. Count Apponvi, of Hungary, in a speech at Philadelphia urged the cause of universal peace, but declared that the time for disarmament is not yet ripe. n m nrv .tax BBOBI I Ilo I APPETITE AND HOPE . m Neglected Gold Caused Compli cation, Promptly Restored by Pcruna. Mrs. Boyer, 14 21 Sherman Ave., Ilvanston, 111., writes; "If any one has reason to praise Po-ru- na Rosa is1 &AKlN5 isS I have lor sale a lot of Regular Pittsburg perfect fencing at Maret burg. Ky. The 47 inch fence at 264 cents a rod, the 55 iuch at 20 J4 cents a rod cash. P. H. SUTTS, Bronio, Ky. febi73t That sheep scabies has cost t. Kentucky farmers and sheep raisers 350,000 during the last year was the announcement made last week by Dr. A. J Payne of the Bureau of Animal Industry of Thm only Staking powttor Washington D C , who has been msda from Royal Grapo sent to this state to stay the Cream of Tartar spread of the infection. Dr P.iyne NO ALUM.KQ UME PHOSPHATE said: "Kentucky is now under a POWDER CASTORS A Absolutely Pure ! The United States Supreme . Court denied a petition for a hearing in the case ol the Eastern ."Kentucky Coal Lands Corporation agaimst the Commonwealth of Kentucky. e-I "Last sprlns I became, so run down from tlio seilous effects of tl llnu- -. erlnjt colil.that several complications united 111 IHllllUK I me down. could neither eut nor sleep well, and lost fl e s h and "I n n It Is surely mybolf. spirit. tried Por Infants and Cliildron. The Kind You Have Always Bought - Boars the 'Signature- cf &&mt Peruiin It did und for wonders me. In two 7 creaKiar-r- 5 lWV weeks I was .TTTSi. 1 lIKe another Mrs. Rosa Boyer. pers0n, nnd in I over had a month I folt better than before "I thank I'eruna for new llfo ana strength. I send you two pictures, so you can seo What Peruna has dona roc me," . a lly r DISCOLORED ! SPOTS Oft PAGE '$' ,rm ' ty '"r ra WTfWV"iii WW -' -- UmiwiiWMi I j -- r nUiiiw jnaiwiiiiriiii'JiJw ' "I am much pleased, to be able io write and thank you for what Cardui has done for me," writes irs. Sarah J. Gilliland, of Siier City, N. G "Last February, 1 had the Grippe, which left me iji bad shape. Before that, I had been bothcied with female trouble, for ten years, and nothing seemed to cure it. "At last, I began to take Cardui. I have, taken ntijy three bottles, but it has done me more good than all the doctors or than any other medicine 1 ever took." After The Grippe Coal Companies Assisted, I 1ST OoJI comJanlc, nil of wfilolt arc by J. C. C Mftyi), have b?n .Former Mefltl of Otterbeln University jtiites'scd iby the suto board an fcl t lows: JcrfcTieon Coal Co.. $2r,,0(K;! I Ftolind Dead In Chair. WMlUatnti Coal t'o, M3,J00, a ralsu ol Columbus, 0. Hcv. Henry dnret, 125,000; Kcnitueky Kivcr Con.oliOited D.''D., LL. D,, former president of Ot 1183,000, a new corrpiny; Rankin Cot Believes Would. Save Moiuty torueln university and profesior Co., $20,000; Horrid Co.il Co., $30,000 emeritus of the iiwtltutlou fIiich 1000, died' suddenly in chtlr at hk home for the State In Wester 111?, Ho lutl 1rrn ill fur hvvwtiI davn fiom a cold, and tor a !A GAP THAT SHOULD BE FULED year or so had been feeble. His 7Cth bUGBESTS 1 t dud SCHOOL u PEGTIOH Children Cry for Fletcher's .5U was ono of the foro-- l most preachers and cduoatora in Ihe United Brethren church, was grad-uated from Otteroeln unlvorsity in J 42 JSaT, and ractloally over Hncs hid' Frankfort. Two s,cbool inspectors, been connected with tho sohool. Ho Tonic whoso duties shall bo somewhat slml-la- r received ills theological etlucatlon at to tlicso of bank examiners, nrc Lano seminary, and was the first the of any serious illness, li For the after-effec- ts . minister of his church to bo graduated niggested as greatly needed In Grip, Cardui is the best tonic you can use. The ccnes from from n dhinlty school. Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PareIt builds strength, steadies the nerves, improves the fudgo C. It. McDowell, of Danville, goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It appetite, regulates irregularities and helps bring back the i ho appeared befo.e tiio court m apcontains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic -VIRGINIA DANK ROBBED. natural glow of health. peals. Judi;e .McDowell believes thai destroys Worms substance. Its ago Is Its guarantee. Cardui is your best friend, if you only knew it. villi two Inspectors, competent cures Diarrhoea and Tvlnd Citizens Dodge to Cover When Banand allays Fcvcrishncss. Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has onest men, inspecting the school dits Shoot. Colic. relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation helped! What could possibly prevent it from helping you? tnd watching tho disposition of the and Flatulency. assimilates tho Food, regulates tho cannot get the benefit of the Cardui Remember you nonoy of the sta'o, largo sums could Clover, Va. Five armed men rode Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. ingredients in any other medicine, for they are not for sale iw saved every jear and tho school into town, 'blew open the safe of the The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. in any drug store except in the Cardui bottle. Try Cardui. greatly benelltcd as well. Ho pays bank of Clover and escaped with 1 Write to: Ladies' Adviiory Dept, Oiattanoogi Medicine Co . Ctiattanoow. Tena, uhero Is now no cJvock on tho paying $4,000 iu cash. book, "Home Treatment for Women." scat free. lor Si ictat Instructions, acd GENUBNE f million out of thrc6 and Residents, aroused by tho explosion, J. C. C. MAYO, every jear to schools. Tho state rushed Into tho streets, only to bo nspector can not team the leaks nnJ met with a fusllarie of shots from tho One of Kentucky's Heaviest Tax Bears the Signature of Payers. vho superintendent of public instrucrevolvers of two of tho bandlte, who tion can not, thero being a gap which stood guard outside the tank. No one n raise of $20,000; Haly Coal Co., $200,. was wounded. Tho robbers were last 000, n new company; Miller's Creek much bo bridged by a now law. "The plan as proposed Is to have ex- heard of going In tho direction of Ran- Coal Co., $148,000, a raise of $25,000; HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID iSXt, Tom's Creek Coal Co., $SP,00O, a ralso FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES aminers for tho schools," said Judge dolph. A posse Immediately took up tho of $1,500; Kelly Coal Co., $.r.0,000, a Wool on Commlnlon. Writ lor price McDowell. "They would work like raiso of $7,ni)0; Langhorn Coal Co., lilt mentioning Ihlt ad. bank examiners. Thoy would go to n trail. EaUblUhed 1837 'Ihe huge steel doors of the safo $20,000; Thrcalka Coal Co., $00,000; school, examine tho teacher and pupils and records, with furl authority to de- were blown by nltro, and almost tho Margarot OH ft Oas Co., $40,000. C&bUi LQUISVILLE,KY. mand books and receipts. This In entire Interior of tho bank was wreck-id- . 'Ihe building is In the heart of Lexington Has a Circuit Judge. In For Over specjor would so that the teacher Is .MemlieTH at bar in Lexington find THt CCNTAUH COMfANY, TT MURRAY ITHCET. NtW YORK CITY. complying with the law and that the the butdiiess section. thomeles lacing an unusual situapupils are complying with the law mid tion, and In tho opinion of Judge John also that the sohoolhou&es are kopt In Thompson Sworn In. CD. proper condition. Then tills examiner, Washington. CarmI A. Thompson. Lockett, awiRlant attorney general, would also examine the finances of tlut Fottary of Ma e of Ohio, who was ttiero Is no relief to be Obtained. school and see that the state's money , appointed bv President Taft to bo ns-- Judge Watts Parker Is 111 and unable J is iaju iu mt? j iiiin. iiruiiu iu KiBuiiu secretary or. tne interior, to to hold court, yet under tho construc the right amounts. Tho state pays out UNDERTAKERS. "" BffTntEiBN tion of tho law placed on it by Judgo tH. $3,500,000 every year for schools ami Ioeketi, the gotvrapr has no power 'FUNF.RAL DIRECTORS, T there is no way to toll that all this to appoint a special Judge or designate money ia used to th? advantage of the L a regular Judge to act In Judge Par-keschools and It flows In the proper chan Mtead. EMBA.MIKI18 nets. There Is talk here of a mandamus Is a good habit, ami one that should be cultivated by all carcrul and pruMt. Vernon, Ky. "I would suggest that tho man who Hult to conrpcl the governor to dnsl?-untla to be inspector for tho western dla dent persons, but the fact that the comfort of your wife and children is dea Judge, and it is liktly that such trlct, tho stato being divided into two pendent pn your earning capacity bhould not lc ocrlookrd, nnd this tamn cult will bo filed so that the conn O districts, bo selected from the eastetti ing capacity .should le insured for their !cnefit of appeals can pass on the novel point district and a man in tho eastern din raised. In tho law making regular Judges SS: ; trlct bo from the western part of the Ucened Embalmor will have charge of that lino of state. In this way thero would not be act as special judges outside liaolr dw company. SS: work for the any local pulls and the examiner trlcta there is a provision which ex Affords ideal protection in that it provides ompts from the scope of tho act courts Hearso senttanll points. 2 would not have his friends to deaj with s:Orders by wire promptly tilted. First A prompt payment of the amount of the policp in the ccnt In making his lounds. It seems to me (Inst nnd second classes in oltlea of the of death. Miat something of this kind h great!' having continuous es3lon, The law f Manager G- -: n needed in this stato, and wo eertilnly docs not affect any place except Second If totally nnd permanently disabled and your abili'y to fj "hould hau some way to check up the and Newport seriously. In earn .1 living for your family is destroyed, the conipnnx Oflicc Mt, Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 11B expenditures for school." Kenton county there aro two Judges without cost to you, will keep up your insurance, or will It Is probable that the suggestion and whon one is ill tho other acts In pay the amount of the policy toj ou iu ten etpial annual IiOtiterville there are six Judges anf made by Judge McDowell will bear installments. ono can net for another. Hut in New fruit at the next session of tho lezln'p Third Should j ou lie to lie seventy (70) years old the amount of port and Iiexingtcii there Is only one carrying Into ol ture. and that a bill CARMI A THOMPSON, Judge. the policy will be paid jou in cash, thus protcclirig-pWhen that judge is ill there feet his Ideas will bo offered In the Positions- 11. pueoecrt Jo Wilson, resigned, Is no provision of tho law for a way agniust pocrty nnd want in your old age. voArAreeongr houso and senato, In connection ',J WfMlfVtlo ronio other laws for tho echoo's of tK" UyJ. (iitoclh of oflm before I'lt'el to till the vanmcy. The question of whothcr or not a Mr state. Tho hill Is only In a formative f'leik, IV'd of hri depftment stato now, but tho school leaders ex ThoniVfn will not asmen 1'ie dttles Judgo could bo designated by tho gov77sAeusv'szr' f-fr ititnr" rti.iernor to talcu tho place of Judge Par pect to take It up and wo-- k It ctt of hla p'lW-- in It tr rh f Iter was presented to acting (lov. Co jjdOARD ) (ftesfv ess John They asked Gov Cox to designate a BUBONIC PLAGUE HERE. Assessment of Railroads. &0Mrfin& Judgo in Judgo Parker's place Gov The state board of assessment and valuation fixed the assessment of thf Seattle Rcpor s Cn:es and Ihe People Cox referred the question to Judge IxckeM, and the Utter cald that thi Ar? Oreatlv Worried Illinois Central railroad at $8,000 s governor could not Interfere. He fiug mile, which Is nn Increase of $1,00 t AOPorwwOtfSpokane, Wrrh. lluboplc plsafo 't geated that n pult be filed to that th. per mile over the assessment of las. 1 mo, 'Sixteen year. jwrsons Love fal'en vie question could bo tested. Thero I 312 W tlrr to'the di'ease. Thieti have d'ei! said to be danger that if a special Tho boaid also fixed tho assessment on tbo Ixulsvllle & Nashville lallroad and tfcioie aie il co i)crina v.'th llil Judge should bo designated tho court at $8,000 per mile, which Is an In- caees who tuv iulli el to have t of appeals mlitht knock out a judgment given with tho pclal Judge on thi crease of $1,0Q0 per mile. The assess chancer 'Iho,Rtrt board of health ifl r lind bench, and this would work a hard ments are final. J. I) l'OWUKS, President; MATT O'DOURRTV, Vice President; DK.; Will Tarbett, tax commissioner ol to grrat ?cllvlt, audt'trmno me 3 ship on litigant.. .mumper, muusinai u- v. uucai, iucuicui rarecior; j.. w, Kuopi-.tvL,- , Gov. Cox wild that ho had not made y J. tho Illinois Contra), appeared bofor ury to stfinp out the malady nre 1m any appointments and would not dc kj, Department; DARWIN W. JOHNSON, Sec'y nudTreas.; I.SMITH 110-Y- i the board and protested against plac- lug followed. MANS, A.s't Secretary and Actuary. ing a franchise tax of $10,000 a mile Terror has seized mrny cltleiiK, and so, as tho opinion of the attorney gen mil prevents him from acting, lit scores nro (leelng from Ihe city. igalnst the road. Houses In whloh deaths l.ave oromri"! said It was a question that might In a sni Ions ono, ami he thought the Kentucky Educators Meet In June. have been tunned. Twenty-twrniperlntendonts of Ken Asiatics, who have arrived ctrtniianv rights In the matter ought to be Otter ec9r)Dec9rjaccxxr Tickets m ial February 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 aa 27 lucky schools wero In conauitutlon mined at once. tlvcly recently, nre blamed for tho to the prpapeotivo prosram foi peawnce of the dlseaso In tho city. Cm4 latvraiBi mt ExtiBiloa tll Marck Uth, 1911, with rrlTllt Vao June meeting of tho Kemtucky Kd Must File Suit. STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS joatlonal asscclatloii at Owcnshoro but it will In order to bring the brpks of the ANOTHER JOHNSON PAPER to t le Spanish city, NEWSPAPER MAN APPOINTED. The discussion occurred in connccMor. fOR niU PARTICULARS, CALL OH ANY TICKET ACEHT. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE, Cincinnati & South Covington rail nlso open a hue from the MedIN LINE. wltih a breakfast arranged hy Assist R. O. Enlley to Become Assistant Sec- road Into court to ascertain the busl " WRITEW. A. BCCKLCR. H. C. KINO, iterranean to the Atlantic, between mt Superintendent Luctw, and the ness done by tho oompiuy during las retary of the Treasury. (Jencral Pustnttr ArtnU Piunnr uid Ticket Annt. lOf K. nun Sttttt. Uxlortoa. Ky. Bordeaux and Barcelona, seventy year and tho profits made. Atty Gen Injili Building, Ctndnnttl, O. svent will be repeated annually. The News believes thot Senator miles shorter Principal It. P. Halleck, or the Louis Washington. Itrtbcrt than that between O. Bailey, Breathitt has advised the state boan yJUe male high school, was eleeted one who has heen private secretary to of valuation and asmismcnt fiat th' McCrearyis the man for the demo- Marseilles and the Garonne port. of the three trustees of tho National Secretary of the Treasury MacVeagh board or the county attorney of Ken cratic party to nominate for gov Yet for the French the new railSociety of the Study of Education ai since tho latter haR been a member ton county must tllo suit against the ernor. He is able, clean and road has even the regular session of thosuporinteoid-'nts- , of the cabinet, was named by Presi company to collect alleged delinquent greater value; it J popular with the people of all will bring the colony of Algeria and Hardin Lucas, assistant su dent Taft to be assistant secretary of franchise taxes. He many hours nearer to France. Judgo Breathitt holds that unless clabses tlirouehouc the .stale oerintendent of the Loulsvlllo public the treasury. Mauyperfions keep their tnonov hero as atjormnnfint, in- schools, was onosen chairman of tftw He will succeed Charles D. HUles a foreign corporation has an ngent is has had long nnd varied experience Mew Yortc Sun on practical phases of who, it Is sold, Is to bo secretary to this state, oven though that corpora oonferen'oo Lvestmont because tho risk of loaninc toiudividuuls isftvoirl. i in publ'c affairs including n dozm fed. As an investment, you can compute the net returns accu 1 supervision of inetructJon in elemen the president to succeed Charles D. tion holds stock In a Kentucky cm; State of Ohio, City of Toledo ) tary schools. cern, It can not bo required to pro terms in congress, one as governor Norton, iratelv. Small limnimtK mn.v hAnrlrlnrl lit nm, fiino A on.,,'ncLucas County Jss. to get Informatloi and one as United States Senator .Mr. tiauey is a former newspaper duco tho books A account offers a proGtablo moans to realize on funds that am Frank J. Cheney makes oath The Governor Is Back. man of wide experience ami acquaint upon which to base an assessment fo: and is ns active as most men a' th t he is senior idle, awaiting investment, You may withdraw a part or the trov. Wlllson has returned from his partnet of the tho franehiFo. with public men and affairs. l) ontiro amount at any time. With a determination to save you trip east, after an absonoo of two ance and firm of F. J Cheney & Co.. doing fifty. 7He is a statesman 'are always welcome hero. Why not lend your money to tho weekB. Ho went to Boston to attend in the City of Toledo, Limit Fixed. Town Fire Swept. gentleman, a faithful, unfaltering a meet Ing of tiho overseers cf Haruaum County and State aforesaid, and An Imiiortant ruling in regard I" "democrat uu,4.unai, noouiuu icuuy tu iuubivu "jUUIl umOUntS La Grange, N. C Tho business ills of the loftiest character vard college and from there he went to as you can save from time to time. Wo will pay you a rogu-- l said firm will pay the sum of trict of this olty is In rolna, as the dosing tho business of corporation1 Detroit wihiere ho spoko at a dinner result of a fire of incendiary origin was laid down hy'thti court of nfrpcals and integrity and this is known ol that lar rate of interest on your money. We'll explain in detail if ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS lor given by th Sons of tho American The damage is estimated at ?43,000; Jlxlnr two yeart, as a reasonaible tl't.i all men, He .stands for everything each and every case of Catarfh fuu wiuciwi at. mo oanK. revolution. for a corporation to cloeg Its lnislrccs-sprobably half routed by Insurance. for i.hich his party stands and for that cathlot be cmed by the use Since tho now indeterminate senthing that must bo taken up at and would if elected make an ideal of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Ono. Coast Artillery Oraered Disbanded. (iNCORPOltATBD.) tence act went into effect the' number Frank J. Chenby. Richmond, Va. Virginla'H entire the next session of the legislature Is governor. The News was heanilv of convicts has- fallen off. Sworn to before me. and sub coast artllleiy of four companies, one a hill to teillstrlct Kentucky. MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. for Mr. Johnson for personal reaft scribed in my presence, this 6th. 6f tho divisions of the 6tato mllltln, Got His Quietus. sons, but he having withdrawn we day of December, A. D 1886. wa onlored disbanded by Gov. Mann To File Friendly Suit. On payment to tho tato of tho full A friemUy suit will probably 1)0 AdJt,-OeSail'. Tho governor apAte ittst as warmly for the Rich (Seal) A W Glbason, amount with which he in charged, ex- and proved tho findings of the court of In- filed soon to dictormlno Whether the Notary Public. Three thousand persons aie cept tiho 12 per cent raise made by ithe city of Ivoxington must pay cour.O Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken State board of equalization, Al Emler, quiry, which recommended this act taxes on city property. Tho count dying daily in ihe famine district Vt7& it'ternally, ard acts directly on the S'heriff of Jefferson county, obtained Tho report told of internal strife and taxes on tho oity Tmirket house aggre Chit a. Hit his quietus from the stato auditor and cf friction with United States army pato ?969. and Sheriff Dan Seott Kit of blood and mucous surlaces of the officers in the Chesapeake forta. will now too able to make 'his- bond on Uils claJm'' with droit agalnsit other de After fifty years of plans, ne- system. Send for testimonials Iree March 1 and proceed on though there ' New 'i'ork. At $64,000,000 Is placed urquenit tax vayens, at auction, the gotiations nnd fatlu es, a railroad F. J CuKNHY & Co. had beon no siilt over the raise In the loss' sustained by this stato last bfp'ft bidding In the claim for (he has at last been competed to the Toledo, O lerfejapiirity, county at tine amount of tho bill. ye.ir from tuberculosis. Our line of Couch .Caskets From Sold by all Druggists. 7sc Mtnimit of the Pyrenees. Tiske Hall's Familv Pills tor is unexcelled. If you have trouble in getting rid John W. Sickelsmith, Greens Perpigt an, near Ihe Mediterranean constipation. your cold vou may know th it boro, Pa., hns three children and it is now possible to go by train to Hnnd-madand CURE Coffinsfurnished LUNC8 of are not treating it properly, ike most children they frequ entlv von NoTlcit; AH parties indebted to Mont Louis, the former capita'l of There is no reason why a cold, lake cold. "We4wve tried several. Hearse sent to all parts of tho French Cetdnune nnd the the estate of Dr. T J. Pri ce, deWITH should hang on for weeks and it kinds of crtigh medicine," he sir s tho Countv. will not if ypu take Chamberlain's "but have never found nny yet town which marks the water part ceased or to Mrs, Matfie E. Price Hi Couyh Remedy. For sale by Chas.j that did them as much good t s ing letweenthe French Tet and are requested to pltas,e call and set" All by Wire Filled. O. Davis. Chamberln'ns Ccugh Remedy. For the Spanish Segre, a branch ol tie within the next thirty days eienle by Cbas. C. Davis PBIOK the Ebro. Primarly the Toulouse ther by cash or note run zxparT SsWe Free Very respectfully, line will serve as u new gateway to irw AN AU THROAT AND LUN8 TROUBLES Phone 94-S- . N MT. VERNON, KY. llw m Yci1 Ha9 Wwa,S Barcelona; it will not merely open Mrs Mattib E Pkicb, Bewi th J? FOR FLETCHER'S OTTAB ANilHiD SAtlSKAOIOKYl Level Green, Ky. a short way from Central Europe feb 17 im Q $$2853 KOKXT KEWUXmXD. d" H? CARDUI The Woman's They Would Have About the Same Province as Bank Examiners and Report on Financial as Well as Educational Matters. January 30. Dr. darst, who birthday anniversary was celebrated ssxusxa . Tho Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, nnd which has been iu iuso for over 30 years, has horno tho signature of and has hcon iunuo under his pcr- "J". sonal supervision since its Infancy. Allnurnn niiAtn flnnnlvnvon ill tills. hro but All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooJ3icrimcnts that trlflo with nnd endanger tho health of Infants and Children Uxpcrlcnco against Experiment. fi Ken-cky- What is CASTORIA It It It It sugg-callo- one-hal- rial-tar- s CASTORIA ALWAYS spt S AND HIDES (aTTcAi Use The Kind You Have Always Bought sinm !' 1 ,jw. mtmiimmnwnmmnimmmiinmiimmM VERNON CISKET 30 Years PRACnU 3 3 vi-m- s mmmt XX3:XC DfXDcCrX r' SAVING. PART OF YOUR INCOME o E Coffins and Robes. The Participating Income Bond Policy 1ROZ OWENS, 3 Ixsx-ingto- aiiuauu.aaiuui.uuiaumiUiiiaiiiiimiiuiiiiiiuuiiuiii ,sricr,c f r' Tr?CZ .' Grccfi3tiJtsidJ mrsfrarfen faivcdft. Commonwealth Life Insurance Company HOME OFFICE: Building, 4f. 21 Commonwealth Chestnut: LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW ORLEANS mb MOBILE MARDI GRAS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES o rel-itiv- e 'X5:r D. G. ROACH, Gen'L Ag't, London, Ky. ? Convenience of the Savings Account '. - bu-nie.- ss -- THE BANK OF . MX. VERNON, fccc&x&x 583xccx: o smiM : UNDEBTAKBB. orders Promptly - KILLthe the cough w W. A. COX; Or. King's New Discovery WhVB .l..i Children Cry OASTOH.IA.,, S? sSJ$335 CASTORIA ) . -'