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VERNON, iwmifc y NUMBER mniim ' 24 OPENING DAY SATURDAY MARCH We 11 will have on display at our store a com plete line of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS, SHOES, ETC We have just returned from Cincinnati, CX one of the best and leading markets, and have bought the most handsome line of, merchandise that was ever shown in Mt Vernon. We have nothing but clean, honest goods to offer the people, no shoddy goods, nothing carried from season to sea- -! son, every thing bright and new, picked; quality and sterling values. : t. arc asiomsningf compare the following as to what you have been paying: Ginghams, elegant line per yd 5c to 7c Brogan shoes $ J.75 kind our price $J35 Heavy work-sho$2.75 k'd our price J .98 ' "yfiK Heavy work snoe 3.25 k'd our price 2.48 Heavy work shirt 50c k'd our price 39c5 1 e ' T. wiu XJI uur prices uu ill imu OUR PRICES $ " The above prices are not here for a few1 days and then up, but are here as long as the goods last. t : DRESS GOODS Wehavea'beautifullineof DRESS GOODS, goods that; have "Quality", such as, Foulards, Flaxon, Dimities, Organ dies, Silks, batins. Mesolins, white goods in all the new pat terns. Also a beautiful line of woolen .roods. HOSIESY Pl.il.l- Wf linvftfi cnmnWo linn nf FTiat.tr ren's Misses, Men's Etc. Women's 10 cent IIoso that are & W guaranteed. W-m- f OUR SPECIALTY LINES Manss Shoes for men,Selby Shoes for wo- -; men. National and Stetson Hats; Foun- -, tain Shirts; Buckeye Pants; K. S. & A. Suits for boys. 1 PARASOLS . Big lino of Parusols in the fancy and blaoks. Prices from 1 50c to $5.00 SUIT CASES,. Solid Leather Suit Cases $4150 to $6. FANCY GROCERIES Don't forgot that we have a full line of Fancy Groceries ' and every thing good to eat. s WE WANT YQUR TRADE. 4 i If good reliable goods, lowest' possible prices, fair and square dealing, polite attention will get it we can count you for our customer. . ' SUTTON & McBEE -- i MT. VERNON, KY. x$x&x&x&xyt took him toJMt. Vernon and lodged ?: him in jail. "Later he was given a J. M. Foufe has purchased a trial and held over In a' bond of house and lot of W. B. SiRtnon, $300. We take our bats off to you, for $275. Robert Mink has been Judge, you are o, k. repairing his house andjbuilt a verW. M.Preston is taking a ten V anda which adds greatly to its days' vacation and visited Parks-- ?3 looks. O. D, Brant; who is t c n; ville, Lebanon Junction and Louisvillfreight agent at this place, was at e.--Dr,. R. G. Vebtybas return Mt. Vernon Sunday. Mr. and ed fronTa-fodayi' visit to Louis t Mrs. Cam Mullius iyid daughter, ville. J., y. Baker and sons, Bill Miss Leila, have returned from and John, were in Citicinnat last Louisville. Master Georee Sam week. John tells'Ja good joke on brook returned to London Monday, Bill. He said after they had gone Miss Annie M, Walton hasbeen to bed Billy woke him up and said, at home for a few flays visiting her "don'tVou 'hear that storm?" parents She returned to Barbour-vill- e 'No,"saidJ6hn. "that is only the Monday where-sbwill streetcars," Billysaid, "I reckon will go for ter school. x I know, it's Vstorra. don't you see it tt H. W. Bowman has returned theJ.ightutog?" John said, "It is from Hazard and says that country onlv the electricity from the wire." tt tt is fast coming to the front. Cam J. W. Baker is n Louisville. MulHns purchased the Johnson & Mrs. C. A. Blanford and daughter, Coleman stock of goods and res- - Miss Ella, have returned from Sale goes for 1 days more. .taurant outfit and will start ares Parksville. Arthur Rice took his taurant in a few days. Daniel first degree in Masonry" Monday of regular JOc staple check for only 6 X --2c and 3-- 4c less Ponder, has purchased a'farru in the night.. This will make five brothsouth and will visit that climate in els and .father members of that or- fail cost. see . the near future. Mr& to. Martha uui. D ci wnueqeaa, .wno Jl.-nas Wells and daughter, Locia, visited been in the for West, has returned relatives here Saturday and Sunday and is delighted with that country. - Mrs. A. W. Bourne is visiting George. Pope, who has been sick relatives at Parksville this week. so long is someBetter. Little'lda W. N. Riggs; L. & N Coal May Merrimee, of Paris, who has was in Louisville last week been visiting KY. her grandmother, on business. George Murphy is Mrs. George Pope, ''has returned representing a wholesale fruit homo. Well, Mr. Editor, news is O house hi Cincinnati, and we hope scarce in this neck1- of the woods he will make a success The Foid at present. No onevbas got marLumber Co will get done sawing ried, and fighting is Kindly on the KENTUCKY LIBRARY COMWednesday and will return to wane, and Hicks is off the matriMISSION FRANKFORT, Ford as they have a lot of sawing monial track, so we will have to KENTUCKY. to do at that place. wait until something comes to the Judge Joseph Magee, of Crab surface. Burns white, clear and Orchard,has been vfsitiug Mrs. J. What Thbv Akk ttcady to the last drop. For the sake ot everyone In ttio QUAIL. H. Browning and Judge H. D. MaCollections of books for general family, Insist on having gee. Now that the Masonic hall is Oil J. L. Thompson, Life Insurance reading and Study for adults, young complete, they flatter themselves Smokeless - Bootless OdorARentofBee Lick, waff through people and children, furnished by less Costs no more than in the state and loaned through the that they have one of" the best halls this part the past terior tank - wagon kinds. week. Elmer Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer has it In barrels direct irom our works in the State. .Add we don't believe Scott will Library Commission. leave for Crawfordsyille, KY. CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO.. LOUISVILLE,Autu Oil. any one will- dispute this it they Ind , soon. Born to the wile ol Foh Whom Intended Hennery nt Warren, To. Motor amollio, wll ony come and see for them Melvin For rural communities without Owens on the 27th a girl. selves. TuoOrderts crowine fast jEld. D. R. Gentry .filled his.gv library privileges: for study clubs,, . vpne iilnt' nr(r.n.FrrrJrcnr H-- . n,,tA11t' uout ipaiyionai students, ana. to thing that we catf boast of, for ft Sunday. fafm6rs are gettjhg supplemenOhe collection of books nas been said that Livingston and along splendidly 'turning the sod in small libraries, institutions and the cipher were synonymous and preparing for thelehcrops. sctTools. Wheat were only used to fill 'space. While Is looking fine Conditions op Loan throughout this secwe acknowledge our short comings tion. But An agreement by the library Oh, you roadsl Gee and know that we have lots that whiz they are board, club officers, or at least five awfulr' hnd rather rest than work, yet we David Elder sold to parties ol tax payers. have scores of as fine people as the Hialt, section, a bunch of cat 1. To provide a suitable place for ever graced a land. While the tie at a fair price. John Stringer. tue library, centrally located, and good people should not be censured Jr. is a very sick man. Brent easily accessible. for what others do, apd regret and Brown is surprising horn many good traits of has his splendid new dwell- 2. To loan the books without condemn certain things that go ing completed and has S character one may have. The possesion moved into charge. wrong, yet are, it looks like, una it. Will A. Hayes ol E the Ottawa of a Bank Account has a tendency to culti- 3. To be responsible for safe voidable. Mr. and Mrs. Shelton. section, and Miss Mary Warren keeping and return ot vate more. the books S who cast their lot in Oklahoma, were united in the holy ties of mat- in good condition. and who have been here for a few, rimony on Wednesday of last weelr ESP Decision of having a bank accoun tis one, days visiting relatives, returned Eld. D. R. Gentry officiating. The 4. 10 return the library at the t and the presistency to keep it is another. Tuesday. Before leaving he sold groom is the son of "W. P. Hayes, end ol six months unless extenhis house and lot to Mrs. W. R. one ofAour most substantial farm- sion of time is granted. So when we offer to start an account with S Dickerson lor $1000.. ers, and the bride the very attract- 5. To pay two dollars to cover g you, you have the opportunity to start, Cam Mullins and W. N. Riggs ive daughter of Lincoln Warren, of the cost of transportation from Thrift of Character. Thrift is highly have puichased a store house on Lincoln county. W. A. Owens Frankfort and returning, commendable. Main Street Irom Ben Brummett, &oia 10 vv. ii. irown a miicn cow Study Libraries Come in and talk to us and make the start and will put in a stock of goods for $27.50. Miss Docia Reynolds These are small libraries on 5 and run a restauarnt. There is a remains very feeble. Weddlug special subjects made up from the at saving. wholesale flour house in Livinging- - bells aresoon to ring again. Da- General Loan Collection for the iS Very truly yours, ston in the Ford Lumber Com vid Eider bought of Elmer Scott use of study clubs, debating sopany's store house. The style of a voke of oxen for $40. It seems cieties and individual students. the firm is the R. M K. Flour Co , that cattle are coming to the top. They are sent out tree except for J. ,W. Rider, Manager. One of W. H. Brown of the Preachers-vill- the cost of transportation and for heaviest rains that ever fell, fell vicinity, reports having sold thirty days with privilege of exPHONE . in Livingston Tuesday and Tues- his farm at that place for $4000 tension of time. day night. The river men had a and bought near Lancaster for Farmers' Libraries good log tide. O. ,A. Blanford and $7000. A farmers' library consisting of HiiiaiiiauuiUiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiaaiaiuuiiiiiiiiiiiaiaiaiiiini A. W. Bourne were in Louisville Elder is talking of selling fifteen books on agricultural subJohn Monday on a pleasure trip. Mrs. his tarm to a Florence county man. jects will be sent on request either Charley Cromer of the Hazel Patch J. W. Stringer is improving his separately or substituted for that section, died Tuesday morning of place by adding a new porch to his number on general reading in a 3()ac98ac$fbc that dread disease consumption. residence and having new fenciug regular library. She was the daughter of Willis erected. Brown & Albright have How to Secure a Traveling French, who died a Jew years ago, moved their saw mi'l from M. F. Library t He was one of Rockcastle's best Craig's place to the old Suttoa If you want a traveling'-libraror citizens and his family was likedjby farm. -- Mrs. Susie Hetrin has been books for reading or study, write all who knew them. A little child very sick but is some better at this to the KENTUCKY LIBRARY of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Pike died Mon time? Green Sutton and wife of COMMISSION, Frankfort, day morning of whooping cough. Preachersville visitld ( her mother, S. E. Pennington Is repairing Mrs. Sarah Herrin, ' Saturday aud A PIERCE NIGHT ALARM. the restaurant and will out in a Sunday. G. W. Parsons, who has is the hoarse, startling cough of a new outfit and a new stock of been very sick is some better. child, suddenly attacked by croup. goods. We have learned that Mt John A. Brown, who has tuber- Olten it aroused Lewis Cbamblin, Vernon has some street lights. We culosis of the bone, Is reported im- of Manchester, O., for their four are partial to our own town, but are proving. It seems that most every children were greatt7in subject to croup. "Sometimes severe at proud to see the old town of Mt. body in the surrounding neighbor- tacks," he wrote "we were afraid Here they aro fresh and now. Have just received u new lino Vernon get out of the rut. We hood have been confined to their they would die, but since we CAMERAS, runerlnir from of KODAKS and BROWNIE proved what a certain remedy Dr. are not looking lor any thing of rooms with grip. to $ 15.00. Get ready for the Spring Picnics and King's New discovery is, we have the kind in' L'vlngston hence we ' Fislnt g Tr.ps. They are not coiripleto without a Kodak. The jv, will not be disappointed; but if we HAS MILLIONS OF FRIENDS have no fear. We rely on it for oxpenseis small; practically nothing compared with the pleas- - Tg croup and for coughs, colds or can't haye the best things of life lure thoya'Tord. Thoy can bo operated bv mere children as & any throat or lung trouble." So well as by older persons. Come in and look whethoryou $' let's not begrudge them of others. So may How would you like to number do thousands of others. buy o.' not. Bill Durham, on last Friday night, your Asthma, Hay Feuer, La friends by millions as you. got drunk and went into J. F. Bucklen's Arnica Sajbe does? 'Its Grippe, Whooping Cough HemorFoure's store and thought he stounding cures inptbe past forty rhages flv before it. 50c and $1.00 the best Trial bottle free. Sold by Chas. would haw his way. Foufe order-e- d aears made them. Salve in the world lor sores, ulcers, C. Davis. LEADING DRUGGIST, him out and .Durham threw a eczema, burns, boils, 'scalds, cuts, bottle and then a rock and bit corns, sore eyes, sprains, swellings W Phono SO MT. VERNON, KY. Foure and hurt him very bad. brui. ei, cold sores. Has no equal FOR FLETCHER'S Cam Mullius arrested Durham and for piles. 35c at Cbas O. Davis. LIVINGSTON Very Low Prices and ranges. a a For the Nxt IO Days 6nfurniture, rugs, matting, stoves .ALSO MEN'S SUITS: $8.50 suits a u 9;50 e re-e- n $5.90 6.90 7.09 J0.50 k j And the Gingham on 0 ,,. this than manufacturers Think Don't to them. tYFI-t.-t- .. L. H. DAVIS, LIVINGSTON, ( -- "H ft Solite Lamp f 3C.f - High-grad- e "No-Car- -- Mafong Ct . 1 Choracter Building! it 1 f? x. g e PEOPLES BANK. B xxotcx-af- t , y KODAKS Ken-tuck- .$1.25 CHAS. C. DAVIS, Children. Cry CASTORIA r 7 - t&ir - 68cxxc Doccxxaocq , y AhMMAMMMM I party, but the miseiable ures ORDINANCE NO, 16. of the .Republicans as well and we should put it before the people. Friday, Mch 10. 1911 We can win in a wilk, hut it will IX RELATION TO SPECIAL LICENSE TAX require intelligent work to do it. So let the powers that be call a Published every Friday by Tho Board of Trust pes of the convention of representative DemoEDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Town of Mt. Vernon do ordain ns crats and promulgate a represenfollows: POLITICS AND POITICIANS tative platform, put our candidates That certain articles of the on it and frail thestuffm out of the we sell exactly call ONK YKAR $1.00 SUBSCRIPTION special license tax ordinance No enemy. Elkton Times: While naver prices, 15 adopted Feb. 11th 1911. are . candidacy of stock is in thuuastic about Senator Bailey, of Texas, piqued hereby rovisedto read as follows. Advertising rates made known on Mayor Head for Governor, it gives be had ai where. considered, are Article 14. For each restauus pleasure to say that his card ol at the attitude of his Democratic application withdrawal shows that he is both colleagues on the proposal to rant or lunch counter $1.5o per ratify the new State Constitution of year; except where conducted in is a Democrat and a gentleman. Arizona, including the initiative connection with another business MRMDKK OF John A. Pol hi is out for the referendum Rockcastle. and recall features, which is soporatoly taxed KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Democratic nomination for Reprej tendered his resignation to the herein. sentative in Washington county Vice President. Mr. Sherman Articlo 15 For each drug; and the Springfield News Leader refused to accept, and the Texan store $5.oo per year. says of him: immediately telegraphed his resigArticle 19. For barber shop, Mr. Poleu is a well known and nation to the Governor of his $2.5o per year for chair, and 1 popular young man ot the couniy. State. The latter urgently reper year for each additional He was born and reared on the quested the Senator to reconsider, every been delight farm and is a graduate of the law chair. and several hours later the resigANNOl'NCKMENT. department of the University ot Article 22. Ice cream parlor, are sold nation was wittdrawu been We art: authorized to auuouuco G. Louisville. seen He is honest and up$3 per year, but when connected M. BALLARD ns a candidate for Gov. Marshall, of Indiana, Satfitted lor the position with another place of business price. of Rockcastle and Laurel coun- right and well to which he aspires. If nominated urday signed the Senate bill which separately taxed herein, $1 per ties subject to the action of the Republican party. he will receive the united support provides a new Constitution for year. The bill, which was and will make a good the State. We are authorized to announce R. CI. of his will Articlo 21 Fruit stores, soft one made a caucus measure by the WEBB, as a candidate for Representative Representative." drinks, mineral waters, excluDemocrats, will be submitted to of Rockcastle and Laurel counties, subwill hold fire over whole Danville Advocate: As yet noject to the action of theRepublican parthe people for their ratification or sive of soda fountains, $2 per body seems to have beard the ty rejection at the election in 1912. year, except the malt mead class stroke of the hammer in the erectof drinks, and coco cola or colas We are authotied to announce K. ft. ion of Italians living in the United of any kind. that Democratic State platThompson a a candidate for RepresentaStates sent back home $25,000,000 you "at," gentle-meArticle 31. For each blacktive of Rockcastle and Laurel counties, form. Where are in I910 This is an increase of of the committee?. subject to the action of the Republican smith shop or wagon maker, $1 8,000,000 over 1909. party. Corbiu Times: Senator Joseph per year. F. Bosworth, of Middlesboro, and Article 32. For the sale of KENTUCKY LIBRARY COM. the Republican nominee for re Coca Cola $5 per year. MISSION. election, was in town the first of Article 37. For each practicing V the week. Senator Bosworth states physician $7.5o per year. he has a number of important Traveling Library. Article 38. For each dentist, bills to introduce in the Legislature $6.5o per year. at the coming session. Rules for borrowers. George Suffered with Throat Trouble Nichalasville Journal: xVrticle 43. For standing Borrowers. Any, person is en- W. Boner, editor of jbc$DCC?;&cC& Kentucky the stallion or jack, $2 5o per year. Mr. B. W. titled to draw books who will Tribune, has withdrawn from the D. Barnes, Bullooc. sign an application card, after readThe ex - Sheriff contest for the Signor Caruso, ill of u sole Article 54. For operating a ing carefully the borrower's agreeof Warren Journal is not advised why 1 e did County, hotel, twenty rooms or moro throat, has received hundreds of ment. M3S& so, but we are confident the G. O. Tennessee, suggestions from music lovers, one A $lo per year; hotel or boarding; .v, . Borrower's Card. Each person P. will not select anyone for the In a letter house keeping transient trado of which from an Indian woman entitled to draw books from the position who has done more hard from vllle, 1 from ten to twenty rooms $3 advised nun to applv fat port; to j library will be given a card which and eiieciive work tor the party Ten nessee, per year; for boarding house his neck. He will be able to must be presented whenever a book writes: this county than George Boner. 1.5o per year. sing again next. week. is taken, returned or renewed. If "I Ky Murray Gazett: Here we have "1 he Chinese this card is lost a new one will be Legation of WashArticle 55. For each jewelry W- ' a lot of gentlemen running for given on seven days' notice. 1.5o por ington has issued a denial of the Jag." store with optician, Sk&& offices as Democrats and no and had State reports ot nn uprising year. COMPLETE LINE docNumber of Volumes. Ore three way provided by which a Demo- tors trcatlnff in Manchuria ."; Article 56. For oach may be drawn at a time on volume Coffins, Caskets and Robes. cratic 'pratform is to be' made. me. All one card. repairer ' not failed to do All Mail, Telegraph or TeleTime Kept. Any book may be It would be a nice thing, now, mo licensed to operate a jewelry I wouldn't it, to have a lot of nomi- grood, and phone ordortiJ2romptly kept for two weeks and once re si ore, 51. 5o per year. For Infants and Children. nees on a plattorm of principles in pronounced Filled. newed for the same time. Article 59. my For each store which they did not believe and eone. health The Kind You Havo Always Bought I Mr. B. W. D. Barnes. & goods, shoes and fine of one cent a day Fii.es. A handling dry could not indorse. Watt Hardin to $g Wfc5ef$frr &yryr&yc$!J Bears tho shall be paid for each bonk kept try Peruna, and after using four bot- notions, $5 per year. went aown witn a piattorm pulling Signature of over time, and aDy money thus resay I wa8 entirely cured." For each clothing and gent's one way and Watt pulling another. tles can ceived shall be used by the custoUnable to Work. furnishing store, 5 per year. Hager was defeated because there Mr. Gustav Illmmelrelch. Hochhelm, dian of the local library association For each general store, carryKILLS A MURDERERr was no platform at all. Is history Texas, writes: for transportation and other library to repeat itself? It looks mighty "For'a number of years I suffered ing a lino of general merchandise expenses. No book shall be knt whenever I took cold, with severe at- $5. like it, Mistah Aoplegote. A merciless murderer is Appentacks of asthma, which usually yielded to anv one to whom a book or unFor each furniture, store dicitis with many victims, but Dr. to tho common homo remedies. tJhepherdsville News: paid fine is charged. The "Last year, however, I suffered for carrying a general line of furni- King's New by lujurirs or Loss The pages of Democrats should have a convent eight months without Interruption so ture, stoves, carpets, mattings, prevention. Life Pills kill it They gently stimuI could not do any work at all. jfarjr these books must not be marked tion to write a platform on which that & wit and otlK--r ortlcles for general late stoniach, liver and bowels, Tho various medicines that preand custodians are teqiiired to col- the candidates can take their stand. scribed brought me no relief. were house,furnishing purposes $2.50 preventing that clogging that lect fines for Injuries beyond rea- When a man runs for office the "After taking six bottles of Peruna, per year. invites appendicitis, curing constisonable wear, and if a boirower voters like to know where he two of Lacupla and two of Manalln, I am free of my trouble so that I can do For each hardware store, $5 pation, Headache, Biliousness, We all my farm work again. loses or destroys a book the stands and what he advocates. I can hearthave an abundance of good material ily recommend this medicine to any where not connected with any ChilU, 25c at Chas. C. Davis. custodian will collect the retail other business herein licensed price. Fines for injury or loss for a platform, not only in the ono who suffers with this annoying Frank G. Bigelow, the Mil complaint and believe that they will on which license, is paid. Said shall be returned to the (Join- - achievements of the Democratic obtain good results.' waukee banker, convicted of tbe license must amount to S5. misuse of funds of the First If you are having any such trouble about your watch 01 clock, urn ' Article 61 For each millinery National Bank there, of which he just turn it ovor to ns and if it does not run nil 0. K. it will store $2.5o par year. Any pe was president, was released from AVe guarantee our work. Give us a trial. firm or corporation selling the Federal penitentiary at Leaven- cost you nothing We do nil kinds of soldering and repair work. millinery in connection with worth. He had served six years Jine of business for which of a term of ten years license has been paid, shall pajr When you have rheumatism in an additional license of 5oc per your fogt or instep applv ChamberAT DR. S. C. DAVIS' DRUG STORE, year for conducting said millinery lain's Liniment and you will get business. quick relief. It costs but a qnarter KY. . Article 65. For each produce Why suffer? For sale by Chas. C. or commission house $1 per Davis. MT VERNON SIGNAL fat i i The library is now on the road and every one desiring to avail themselves ot the opportunity of rdi.iling one or more ot tuec splendid books are requested to call at the Dormitory between 3:3 and 4:30 p m. any day except Sunday. ;bc&3e FOR YOURSELF that we what town and our y en-th- e byapersonal That our the largest the lowest to advertise. quality That's why McKENZIE'S the most popular Furniture house in j FSU ! ORIENTALS This department has has it. at the right GS EUROPEANS DOMESTIC. a Thes Rugs have customer who to bought right and Repre-tentativ- AIRTIGHT HEATING STOVES that house and heat room, two rooms or the night. Price $3.75 and up. n S. B. McKENZiL TIF Doctors Said Health Gone Phone U3. U HI MT. VERNON, KY. bX$D!C post-offic- e. . : ( . GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Mc-Mt- nn 111 had throat ill trouble any con-olud- " Brodhead " SyHkk anti-foreig- n CASTOR A 1a0Z f 'flRp 4ntr$ryC&verilk&& I 1 t 1 w T I WATCH? DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME? IF NOT, WHY NOT? m i any-oth- er NEW FIRM, SUCCESSOR TO McKENZIE & McBEE FRANK MOORE, New Goods, New Prices, New Cash Register, New Scales CHAS. B. McKENZIE At the old stand of Jonas McKenzie, Main St., where you will find prices that are "right". All kinds of General Merchandise, Mt Vernon agency for SELZ SHOES all styles which are sold with a positive guarantee. Good shoes are a big asse- t- The well dressed man is the man who has the best opportunities. Get something attractive, something that the sWellest dressers in the country are wearing. In other words get Selz shoes BARGAINS in Clothing; closing out stock "way down low" Calicos, 5c per yard Ginghams, 6c up year. Articlo 66. For a general line HBvijBBC-j!fc5- j of merchandise where less than Jlooo.oo stock is carried $2.50 per year. Articlo 68. For each transient R. W. DYCHE or itinerant optician, oculist or DENTIST optualmologist, fczo por year or MT. VERNON, KY. $3 por day. Office at residence on Main St. Article 7o. For operating Crown and Bridge Work a. scales for hire, rent or profit, Specialty Work guaranteed. $2 per year. Article 71. For each telephone 3 C oxchango $2 5o por year. or each person Article 7u. conducting a skatiug rink, 5 . por year, eW$ME&BmmFnwm 79. For each lime manufacturing plant $1.50 pr yr. Approved MT. VERNON, Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S I How to cure cold is a question in w cli many are interested just Chamberlain's 'Cough n . Riuedy has won its great reputa tvr.u and immense sale by its re It can rarkable cure of colds. For aVays be depended upon. rale by Chap. C. Davis. Mount 1 Q ASTO R A - "I am all right now, thanks to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy." The same relief is ready for you. Are you sure you do not rieed it? If Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy helped Charles Holmes, why won't it help you? "I was troubled with heart disease, and after reading about Dr. Miles' Heart Reme y, I cot a boHle. Before I cot the Heart Remedy I ha'd to sit up mott of the nlcht, and felt very bad at my stomach. Whatever I would eat made me feel worse, and my heart beat very fast. But thanks to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy, I am alt right now. I eat good, sleep good, and feel like a new man, although I am almost 63 years old. I have been a soldier In the late war of tlie' rebellion, and was badly wounded." CHARLES HOLMES, Private Co. B, 54th N. Y. Infantry Volunteers, Walton, Delaware Co, N.Y. Vernon Monumcnia McCLARY WORKS i j Jonas Mckenzie dim. B. of T. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Passed March 4th 1911. Published March 6th 1911. James markt. Clerk. Tlioso liable for aboved named tax should secure libenso on or before.March loth 1911., Bwitk. of C.C. MT. I Williams, VERNON. KY. I ATTORNUY-AT-LA- Manufacturer mDJiJi.UiEU n Marbles and o and Dr. Miles' is Heart Remedy Granite vmU OASTOHIA " M" st '" mm SJff ( tr7X SV?-jl-jz-. The Bank ot Mt. Vernon, on CUi'.rcb '"W mP street. Special attention TJiverJ to collections. Phone No. 8o, . On 2t:d. floor o Kttds. ot nil Monuments Estimates furnished kept in thousands of homes as a friend always to be relied upon in time of need. Sold by all Druggists If tho first bottle fails to benefit, your money Ask any Druggist, Is returned. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart, Ind. GEO. .OWfiNS Propr V JPhonell2L - J JS& ,.. p r .i,Ui,..in.aif,,fW.JTM- -' ,Hvi-jvo.t.- . f afr"-t- l'l I 1'jr.uj LUi1 '1 u fcSLtUMJil XJ- " 1 IJ 11! ;v it -- : WKh' 4 c - .f "A F .4 J Wt V . y,i Sf ! ft 'll"i r y v VK- J- , , Cluctt Shirts lor springat Pisu's. Just received a car load Equity Fertilizer. S. B. McKenzie, Buy your Sprine Suit from Fish Mt. Vernon, Ky, . Mch. IO 1&I I ajd you will get the best. gg?" , ?2 0IIIM y? Go to C. B. McKbNzie's for d9y i!MMRl"KffSEr. 90t. .. "You"sowit and we growit," the Call up "No. 79" 7 C motto of the Equity Fertilizer sold Marguerite flour. 82.75 per hun- " ) you wunt to Comrnunl. J7 dred. onto wltU HIONAL, by S. B. McKenzie. 9 9 The newest, prettiest, 90M You can find everything usually a (! 'found in Millinery Stock, newest Spring Styles of Ladies and Misses 9 90oo 9 hats ever arriving and to arrive, V eoM designs at Mrs. Clko Browns 9 iSST- 3orffijfig!gc2SSr 08 at Mrs. Cleo Brpwn's the fashion90 " 9 VWe have the latest things in) able milliner. . InUT flltC fAf 9 notj-90 mAM 1trmaH wm Louisville & NxtHvmt R. n.co. mi ".WW) nuujbll UUU ' 9 We are the people who preach Geflntho 9 ilOfx. children. Oiias. B. McKhnzir. 9 90 9 jvuu in.m.uoiu.11 TIME TABLE. There are lots of good shoes, B 3tctson aud Natlonai hats.Foun-bu- t He . Circle 9 90a 22 north 4.55 pm 9 Star Brand Shoes are better. taiu shirtSi Buckeye Pants. Wo 90i 9 90 24 north 3:52 a m Ak your neighbors Get them at paid cash for oar goods aud got 9 23 south 11:44 am Fish's 90 a9 large discounts, so we can sell 90 21 South 12:19 am 9 eo Millinery Gai.orr! Mrs. Cleo them cheaper. 9 90a. 9 H Tab. IvAndrum, Agent. Brown, the milliner is just in from Sutton & McBke. ao a9 09 Tliona No. 58. the city with a bewildering vaiiety 09 Nothing that has ever happened a9 Blsi of Spring Styles in all lines ot her has created quite so much conEntered nt the Mt Vernon, Kjr. Postoffice Ce. Specialty. ; mall matter. ns 09 oec fusion, discord and real down right i 09 ; OO ne Ladies young aud old grave or picking, as the privilege tax 00) oe . R0.-90s'09 gay are cordially invited to look dome are for it some are against PERSONAL snappiest line of men's and young men's 09 an over Mrs Cleo Brown's handsome it. S.'me have paid and some .. 08 clothes for Spring that has ever been shown Cash rings loud at Fish's Bargain OH!" stock of Spring. ifJli, Styles. have not aud say they will uot. ..09 09 Counter. $ in this community. 09 To see is to admire. Prices just According- to the ordinance today 09 O0 Bennet Ballard was over trora right t)as.. is the dxy when we expect some ..03 eoe 09 Big Hill during the week-- . 09 SMEW fiO. (O09i. 09 "Wnv was Jesus sent to the thing doing. It will be either pav 09 Mrs. W. M Poynter is with file the injunction prohibiting 09 Shirts, Hosiery, Underwear, Neckwear, Etc.. aro Cress?'' will be the subject of the or OB $ relatives in Crab Orchard. eo 09 Pastors sermon at the Presbyterian the collection of the tax, which it now on display. Watch Our Windows. 09 90 is generally understood that those ' Jack Adams Sr. was here from Church Sunday evening. oe Ooa 08 opposed to the tax, have made Corbin Tuesday on business. SO 60s Preaching at 11 o'clock aud 7 GO. up a tund sufficient to fee a lawer .000 oe 430 Jcihn Wood was ovrr from Con o'clock. to your interest to come to You'll find it Everybody welcome. O0 00 aud fight it through the courts eoon wnV Mmidav on business One 20 h p. boiler 09 t)t the store and look over these new offerings. For Sale: The trustees are going to stand ly 00 'Smiling" Dave Jackson was 16 h. p. engine und set of OS:. BOO 09 30 inch their acts, while on the other hand Step in tomorrow, if you can, because e 00 with our merchants this week. OB lnrruws. All in good condition UOo. oe the men who are opposing the oo we can give you lots better attention is reported vcrv and it sold at Judge J. B Lair will take $150 09 eoo.. (So 09 meusuie arc is- - equall) determined eick afbis home in the country. and a better selection, of course W F Wakkkn 09 oi). HO" to test the validity ot the ordinance. CO 09 09 Level Green Ky.' Mrs G. M. BalUrd is with her Mch 10 31. 9a than if you come in later. We certainly regret to see such a 09 O0 09 mother, Mrs. M. J. Cook at Cove. Burton aud Mullins bought of J. condition of affairs, but the board oe ee 09 Mrs. R. B. M.illins and little son. J. Hysinger 8 good cattle at 830 of trustees stand firm in their con ) 09 OO 09 Benjatnan, were in Richmond first per head. ...J.J. Hvsiuger bought viction, that they are right and OS OO QOtt 09 of the week. of T. N. Noe, 10 cattle at $17 per have done nothing except for the 09 OOiih 09 90 Mr and Mrs. W N Thompson head. Mr Hvsinger also bought best interest of the town in placing oe 09 09 proud arents of James Boles 4 cattle at $110. n:ar Own, are the the tax for the maintenance of the 09 09 ot a new boy. lights which it would be utterly so 09 The I. J. in issue 09 90 (. 09 Miss Annie Fishback was with printed the address of Russell impossible to maintain, with the OO 09 09 relatives at More'.and from Friday Brown, the oldest son of Dr. and small amount of tax which is now GO 09 09 on the other until Sunday. Mrs E J. Brown, ot Stanford, de being collected, while eo eo iUN 09 Dr. Francis the Dentist who Hvered belore the Lincoln County's hand the gentlemen who ate 09 oo 09 against the privilege tax are bought Dr. Myers' property, moved Fanners Institute on "How to in oo DEPEND ON US 09 ao 09 equally sincere in their conviction in this week. crease Poultry Profits". 09 Til a DIFFERENCE It was a and will t)oa' 0 09 not be satisfied until the for the OO Mrs. G. S. Hiatt and daughter, splendid article. 09 between OO 49 courts have passed upon it. We HATS, Wo show oa 09 Miss Mattie Baker, wtre in Louis Following me'mbers of Livingston understand tnat an injunction will 09 clothes and others is ville this: week. 09 the now styles the Oo. Baptist Sunday School appear on be filed todiy restraining the town oe 09 av noticeablo'- in F i t, Mack Brown, a prominent Wrt. the honor roll of that school for thes moment are Go cOo09 Style aiid tho Fabrftom collecting the tax. 09 End farmer and produce dealer w s February i9n: Mrs. Georgia shown in tho larger BOo... 09 Later; The injunction was filed est- 09 icsin town Wednesday. McClure, Mrs. T. T. Pennington, Bfit 9 cities. late yesterday afternoon, with Oet 09 ALL ARO.UJJD THE CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE. William Garland, ol Cincinnati, Mrs L G Falin, Miss Lucinda Robert, CO 09 - J , HE. B.. C. C. and WV A. c MWFfaricfh Hillard. Miss Lurindn Dees, Miss has been the gues.t of i99a9eeosae909S9eeae9seeoao999saoaaQeoe8aso9AeQ990o9eeeos990oo9ooa8eeo99a99S9o . Cox, J. G. Andersc n, Dr. Lee . a a o a a o a oaa aoaaa a otfoueaouBootiaauaaoaBaoooeo9oeeoooceueeaaaaoafeaooaeaaaaaoaaaaaafe-a ao mwf. Cleo Pennington and Miss Reta OlSparks since Monday. . a ... Chesnut, Attorney E. R. Gentry, .... aaaaaaaftaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaoooaaaaaaaaaawaaaaaaaaaaaa-aaa... J Miss Nettie Oldham, of Berea, iver. U. G Baker and M. J. Miller as was the guest of Mrs, Chambers On Thursday, March 23rd, Dr. plaintiffs. We have not been able I Buy an Si.l Rralestatk S.5,00 Shoes for $2.98 at Fish's J. T. Proctor has opened a Miss Jewel Francisco Oldham Monday and Tuesday. DunniugS Wilson, Medical Di- to learn the grounds alleged in the I have on hand at present some Mss Etta Cable has retnrned Bargain Counter today and Sat grocery and meat market in the JJro. Walter E. Fiazee, State rector of tho Tuberculosis Hos- petition, but we get it indirectlv his ' home after spending a week with very desirable farming land, some building, which he erected near urday. Snpt. Ky. Christian Bible School pital of Louisville, and one of the that the main allegation is an illegal her friends at Livingston. Arch mineral and timber land and sonre Main. The lights are up and most home on West greatest medical authorities in the board. Association was here last Friday. Furnish, of Mt. Vernon, was down town property it's all for sal, Remember the lecture on ''Tuevery one is well pleased witu Monday night to attend lodge. Misses Rella Hiatt, Virginia State, will deliver a stereopticau come in and see me before vou buy. Friday March, 10th will be berculosis, its prevention and treatMiss Clyde Watson, of Mt. Vernon I will sell or exchange with you. Davis and Master Leonard Davis, lecture on .the important subject observed in Mt. Vernon as Arbor them. by Dr. Willson, at the We have the lights hut it begin ment", were in Maretburg Saturday and of "Tuberculosis, its Prevention Day. The following program will spent Saturday and Sunday at You will find me at the Bank of Court House on Thursday evening. Mt. Vernon is and Treatment". A. B. Furnish, to look like the money, that is part Misses Judith McCall and Mt. Vernon. home. Sunday. be given at the Court House at Mt Vernon, Ky. of it, if it comes at all, will come at March 23. Martin very fortunate in being favored Eva Albright spent Saturday and Dr. William A. Jones, by the Woman's Club, with a visit by this great authcrlty 2:45 P. M. the tail end of a law suit. We will give away a $2 ,,o dress Sunday at Maretburh. Mrs. Lillie L. Jones and Johnny French were the Graded School and Brown Nature makes the cures Saturday on and people should plan in advance Mernorid School. pattern Saturday. Come in and Miller was called to Williamsburg over from Wildie our opening day is Remember to hear this lecture. get a chance with every dollar's Tuesday to see her sister, Mrs Geo. after all. business. Song Kentucky Schools Saturday. Don't fail to come in goods you buy. You may Brooks, who is very sick. 0. A. We have a number of subscribers A message frcm Now and then she gets F. L. Durham will move to the and look the new goods over. We worth of Woman's clubs Frith, P. M. Padget and Willis be the lucky one. by Judge who have evidently come to the property now occupied ana Mrs. W. J. Sparks will be glad to show you. Sutton & McBbb Bussel took their tobacco to Dan- into a tight place J. F. Griffin as soon as Judge conclusion that we are sending out Exercises by the Graded School Sutton & McBre. ville Wednesday. -- J. H. Ward, of needs helping out. papers to their address each weok Griffin moves out. H KO D II E A I . Anticipation 1. Recitatiou, Mr. Dave Bryant who recently Senora Ky., has moved his family for the fun of it. If this cor., Things get started in Charley Hendrickson 6tarted a grist mill at this place , Mrs. Sarah Maret and grand just ceptiou prevails be at once undeMrs. 0. A. Frith, and sister, to this place. daughter, Miss Fannie French, "of Five Little White will soon add a bolting machine, 2. Recitation. the wrong direction. Rev. Rogers filled his appointceived. We certainly expect cur Pennington, spent Heads, the Wildie section were with Mrs. Julia Landrum when it is his intentions to run Miss Florence ment at the Christian church Sun pay aud the fact vou are uot asked Saturday and Sunday at theii home Something is needed to The Grand Old Trees J. Fish Wednesday. 3 Song, every dav He makes splendid to pay ever time you see the in Livingston. Mrs. Emma Farris day. Brack Durham worked as check disease and start Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Sylviu Bordess, of Signal man, Mullins, Margaret meal and finds a ready sale for his does uot mean your of Crab Orchard is visiting Mrs. telegraph operator ut Pine Hill a Brodhead, were with Dr. and Mrs account has been forgotten or Lovell Prof. Houston, John entire output. in the right H. L Tharp. Dr, W. B. O'Ban-no- lew days this week. J, H. Barnett the system Mrs Lair. Francis during the week. lie has direction toward health. Neal Parrett set the machinery that you will not sooner or later of Stanford, was in town is buying tobacco here. 'Recitation, Apple Seed Johniq Bordess is Dr Francis's daughter of his pla ning mill in operation Monday to see Mr. T S. Frith bought about 18000 lbs and pays We 4 be called on for the pay. Scott's Emulsion of Verna Welch Tuesday for the first time. Dr. Z. C. Denny, of Oklahoma, need all tha,t is due us and we need It is who continues very sick. Homer from 3 to 64 cents per lb was called here this week, on ac- it badly. Won't you please remit? 5 Recitation, The Secret . not a large plant, but is complete Wallen was in town Sun Jay calling. Freddie and Roy tSowder are im- Cod Liver Oil with Eugenia Fishback of the serious illness of his count Mrs, Pack Hunt and children, of proving and hope to bo able to can do just For Auditor. The Republicans Exercises by Browu Memorial and will prove a gteat blessing who is now up in ninety mother to the town, if fun, as Mr. Parrett Lebanon Jet. and Miss Angie start to schuol soon. There w 11 State have started quite a School. this. Mrs Denny makes her of the years. iutends that it shall be. Hunt, of Maretburg, visited Mrs. be n spelling contest the last Friday boom for Judge L, W. Bethurum, 1. Song by Kindergarten - night in March between the Brodhome with Mr. A. 0. Sowder, of last week. Missol Mt. Vernon, for Auditor on the 2. Exercise Some 'Dont forgets' Saturday was vhe annual election Daisy Hunt Level Green, who is her close jel Grace McCall who has been with head Graded school and the Mt. nerves, feeds famished tisRepublican ticket. For the good John Albright,,, Virginia of officers and directors of the ative. sister, Mrs. J.J. Albright for Vernon Grnded School. Each side of his party he has made two races Crawford, Sydna Crawford, Peoples Bauk resulting in the her and makes rich several weeks, at Lebanon Ky., will have twelve spellers. J. C. sues, for Congress in this district when Willie Coffee Robert Fish, reelection of the following gentleLOCAL stopped off here to visit her cousin, Gibbs had a sale Wednesday. It blood. there was no hope for him to win, Emma Griffin, Jennie M. men: President U. G. Baker, Vice was well attended and everything von bux pt ALt.nnnooisi's He is a vcrv fine gentleman. Miller, Christi-- e McFerron, President, J P. E Diummond, ' Everything new at Fish's 'sold at'good prices. J. J. Painter nor d. Danville Advocite. nnmo Mary Mae Ltthim. Edith Cashiei M. B Salin, Assistant HAS NO SUBSTITUTE who has been Ulegraphing nt Row-let- s Bend 10c . SaflnitJ nt apaper Luck Tunny. for Uanlc and Cuil4' buying beautiful You can't o wrong When asked by n Signal reprebank contalm Good , Morris. Blanche Silver.-.- Cashier F. L Thompson Jr. and has returned home. Brother tach Star Brand shoes from J. PiMi. SCOTT & DOWNC. 409 reul St. New York sentative as to the significance of Sallie Stewart, Ramie Rich- - attorney, Judge L. W. Bethurum. Walter E Frazee, of Louisville, Make your f Jet glad by wearing the above article Judge Bthurutri The directors are U. G. Baker, R. ards was here lat Fnd..y and Saturday FOR FLETCHER'S Shoes. Every pair puaran-tee- made no comment, except to say G. Moore, P. H. Shutts, Judge L. Selz and conducted a Sunday School Recitation, Woodman, Spare that he had had numerous rt quests CltAS. B McKENZlR. I W. Bethurum, W. J Sparks, Dr. Institute. That Tree. Daisy Pish to enter the race for the nomination. D. B. Southard and Judge S. D. SALESMAN WANTED to look Song, In the woods Lewis. The Henry Clay Fire Insurance after our interest in Rockcastle Brown Memorial School Chorus Salary or Company in which many Mt. Ver- - Address Meaning of Arbor Day and adjacent counties. ALABAMA. Commission. Address The Harvey non people are interested has de prof. T. A. Houston The best farming laud in the South Does not lake into consideration the one essential to worn, an'o happiness womanly health. Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio clinedthe proposals aud iuduce- - Address Native Trees of Kentucky You can buv land in WashingThe woman who neglects her health Is neglecting the ' ety foundation of oil good fortune. For without health ments'offered to move the bead Rev. George S. Watson ton county, Ala., for $25 per acre love loses its lustre and gold is hut dross. Cover your house with Raintyte quarters of the company from Lex Address, The duty of the Mt. Womanly health when lojt or impaired may generally be par acre on the installment plan; get a written guar.' ington roofing. You regained hy the uso of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. to Frankfort. The question Vernon of Today to the Mt. down and 50 cents per acre per antee from the manufacturers. was left to a committee of the1 This PrcacrJption has, for over no years, Vernon of the Future. month until naid for. with no inter delicate, wcah, paltuwrjcketl Come and examine get prices, board of directors, of which Presi j Lcen Judge L. W. Bethuruniest or taXes. Purchasers buying ivoincn, hy tho hundreds ot thousands read our contract. and dent James wns chairman, and this Song America By nll-and this too In tho privacy of their homes muci, ns ten acres now get a S. B McKenzih. without their havlnU to submit to IndelU committee has carefully considered Planting of Trees lot in tllt. ncvv tmvn of Apha. ssto qucatlonln&s and offensively reputi a u .t Wm. McQueen has sold his nil tie inducements onerea uv nant examinations. 'j y ine t.j . ; mi wuu ic iuwi wicu in inaKing iree iins lanu is traversed 1...1.. Sick women aro invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter Lincoln county arm, m rrewuw j tframeiort, out uecioea to decline our Home Town more beautiful Mobile and Ohio railroad. Now All correspondence held as sacredly confidential. Address World's Dispensary Uuflalo, N. Y. Association, II. V. Pierce, M. Todhead from J c! the PrePrtw to ",ove l? be are cordially invited to come and is the time to buv a farm before it Th only baking powder MedicalPiRRcn's Groat FahilV Doctor D., President, People's Common Senso Hook, The Dr. though appreciation hear what the children and others goes up. Write for particulars, Gibbs"for $3200.00. This same 'headquarters, made whom Royal Grapo edition 1000 pages, answers in Adviser, newly revised Medical " I'tMi, English hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married, Oscar Ponder, Agent. Cream of Tartar farmhold about ten years ago for was exptessed of thegenerous offer have (0 say j oe,aI 0f Arbor Dav ' ought to know about. Sent free, in plain wrapper to uny address on receipt of lof the business men of FJankfort. Come one, Come all. Livingston, Ky. HO ALmWUME PHOSPHATE Soo.oo. 21 stamps to cover mailing only, or in cloth binding for 3Utarrmjx Ml". VERNON SIGNAL oaoaeaoasaoaoeeaacaoaaauoooaaa0oooe:SS 79 wln "9 r , 90. ee.. .- . - &' t J4'"' " Well-Dresse- d. ea.. f "9 JJ second-clas- s OU CAN NOW SEE o. THE PRETTIEST, ee" - SPRING FURNISHINGS ). L-- . V Tues-dcy'- s NEW SPRING SUITS, $10 to $20 (. 90t "09 WE SELL EVERYTHING AND LITTLE MEN WEAR. eo. FISH'S e "09 ..2...... ..B...I.... '., ............ ............ ................ .K.. a .,.... P9. eo" ) I 1 v ..... ......... ........................... ....................a.... ; n, hypo-phosphit- es It strengthens the 111 ".. BkctcU-Uoo- d. pOYAl Children Cry C ASTO R A Fortune Telling ( 1 I - &AKlN3 Absolutely Pure as :. ,.......,.. POWDER 1 r. I one-ce- nt I i I r IV, " Hfc "W " V St. wfcfc tree-rrS- rrnftSWfts i'.-- j i:ja"k.'.:" i "J.) f "I am much pleased, to be able to write and thank you for what Cardui lias done for me," writes Mrs. Sarah J. Gilliland, of Siler City, N. C. had the Grippe, which left me In "Last February, bad shape. Before that, I had been bothered with female trouble, for ten years, and nothing seemed to cure it. "At last, 1 began to take Cardui. I have taken only three bottles, but it has done me more good than all the doctors or than any other medicine I ever took." 1 After The Grippe , 2243 J Jf f; K- i TV. ." M. Y ))i '( Jr- - to make an J argument to the poor devil who is Tonic The Woman's lorced to drag through these ts of any serious illness, like the For the was's of mud that nre. miscalled Grip. Cardui is the best tonic you can use. toads to prove to him that this It builds strength, steadies the nerves, improves the thing called a road could be made appetite, regulates irregularities and helps bring back the natural glow of health. better and that good roads ate Cardui is your best friend, if you only knew it. belter for a country than poor Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has ones. What we need is for some helped! What could possibly prevent it from helping you? body to tell us a remedy for our Remember you cannot get the benefit of the Cardui ingredients in any other medicine, for they are not for sale troubles for we don't need any in any drug store except in the Cardui bottle. Try Cardui. argument to prove that we are Write to: LaJitV Advisory Dtpt. ChitUnooca Mtdicint Co., Cliattanooji, Tend., in trouble; we are willing to adbook, "Home Treatment tor Women." lent Iree. Icr facial Instructions, nd mit that. I nm going to mention a few things which I think- are mainly responsible for the poor condition of our reads. First they are to narrow. Is there not a HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID standard width for our public FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commlnlon. Writ for price ' t3C& wMSt roads and whoseduty is it to see .'rja. lilt mentioning thli ad. vt? that the roads are the proper Established. 1837 widib. The owneis of the land C&bOi LOUISVILLE,KY. ahng side of the roads set their fences out on the roac and nobody seems to have or at least nobody exercises any authority to prevent CD. VERNON this. It is absolutely impossible to keep a'road in conditiou when PRACTICAL it is so narrow that all the trado is forced to follow in the same track. UNDERTAKERS. There is any number of places on FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 3 the roads in my section where it AND is impossible for two vehicles tp consideration. EMIULilEJtS "The fundamental questions pass. In the second place you Mt. Vernon, Ky. that distinguish the two parties are can't have good roads uule.ss they never te worked at the proper time and national questions. I have been a good party man in the worked under intelligent superI vision. As they are worked sense of being a good hater. Ucened Embalmor will have charge of that line of cantiot hate a man merely beS now most of the work is done too opinion. That I work for the company. S late in the year and a great deal cause we differ in hue a fight 1 admit, but it is not of it does the road Hearse sent to all points. more barm Orders by wiro promptly tilled. antagonism Li because persona than good. I think this " j involved, but in spite of that fact. Manoger county needs is a competent supervisor of roads. One who knows The only man I can't respect is he f Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE lla how a road should be made and who differs from me without who will see that the work is havintr a reason for it. iiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiitiaKiuiKiiiiimuiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii "I urn a Democrat, but I do not aone properly, ruere lias never fee tuat this separates me irom been and never will be anything r. ''PosmoNs- lV m t- 7 but f.vlure wheu the supervision my Republican co'leagues. I want i Plentiful iwrifTUitf i i of roads is left to the magistrate to be.'good friends' with allot you 5te-j? Senators, even Snu&jall 7ee&svrA?i fs in his district. Hi is not going to occasionally. though we differ -. xcwrfimz force his neighbors to do what they 1 was sorry, when I mv don't want to do especially as he place at the tn:le, to be took only Wsrtessjr7aW??fsfrar7'en the BOARJ has been elected by their votes and one here not haled by his first ;iyi Yctem expects to again. he is name, it some of you had called i ' M not trained along lines of road me Woodiow I .should have felt rwtA,,, '"Vo-,,- . . f building his legal training and that I was adopted into the family." studies somewhat tending tp unfit him for the common place and State of Ohio, City of Toledo ) Lucas County practical questions of this sort. J ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath There are a number of other that he is causes for our bad roads but for firm of F, senior partner of the J. Cheney & Co.. doing fear I will make this article too business in, the City of Toledo, long I will not attempt to give County and State aforesaid, and them at this time but I will say that said firm will pay the sum of before I (lose that our roads are a ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS lor disgrace to any civilized or partly each and every case of Catarrh that canefbt be cured by civilized community. They ore of Hall's Catarrh Cure. the use not only not any better but are Tickets Mlt Fehnnry 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 aa 27 Frank J, Chrney. actually getting worse. This win'Sworn to before me and sub nmtil March 11th, 1911. with rrWlltgt f Extaaile lateral ter has not been an exceptionally scribed in my presence, this 6th. STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS bad one on the roads but they dav of December, A. D 1886 FOR fULL PARTICULARS, CALL OH ANY TICKET ACENT, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. (Seal) A. W Glkason, on WRITE have been all but actually impassH. C. KINO, Notary Public. W. A. DECK1XR. . . Ueneral Piuennr Agent. able and in a number of instances ruMnttr ng ucket Actnt, Hall's Catarrh Cure1 is taken lOf C. Main Street, Lexinrfon, Ky. IngsJIi Building, Cincinnati, O. it has been necessary to dig out internally, ard acts directly on the horses and wagons to get them out blood and mucous surfaces of the of the mud. Now this condition system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. Chunky & Co., is known to the proper authorities Toledo, 0. Convenience of Account bnt no effort has been made at Sold by all Druggists. 75c. all to remedv these conditions or Take Hall's Familv Pills for Mauy persons keep their money hero as a permanent in- even to repair the worst places in constipation, vestment because- the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid- As an investment, you can compute the not returns accu a the road. There is no one I suppose who actually delights in pay-inThe date of the democratic slate iraieiy. omaii amounts may ooaaaeu at anv timo. A savincs taxes but when there are some primaiy hs been postponed from ft account offers a profitable moans to realize on funds that aro w idle, awaiting investment, You may withdraw a part or the visible returns for taxes paid he May 27 to July 1 so as to 'allow U entire amount atany time. With a determination to save you can take some consolation but all who may desire to become ft are always welcome hero. Why not lend your money to the under such circumstances as now candidates ample time to make 3Cbank? As borrowers, we stand ready to receive such amounts confront us it does seem as if we their campaigns, McCieary al ?as you can save from time to time, We will pay you a reguhave a kick coming. lar rate of interest on your money. We'll explain in detail if ready has the nomination for govyou win can at tno bank. ernor in his vest pocket. Citizen Now let's select a ticket of high class ATTACKS SCHOOL men to go wilh him. after-effec- - CARDUI OU.R ROADS. I bsve nd in the columns cf yourjcfipr ii ni mb r or niiif1?r. about oni raids and uver body who writes .seems to bentecd tlint they are not whut they should be and all dwell at lengtli upon t lie advantage that would accrue to this county from n i;nod system of public roiuR Now tl'U is all very well and nottody will take issue with a stntenunt of this kind but it seems to me to be cither a waste of punter.! inu to till us something tint everybody already knows. It is hard I v necersary AND HIDES ii -- ,ft,. DjISKBT COUCH .METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. 3 3 3 S 3 3 ,New York, March" 4. Tne. Spokane, 'Wash., M.itch 6. Senate.pf the state of New Jersey Captured just swhen plans for early to lay otnpletod 9 lonir ex- - assassinating Mrfyor N' S. Prat enive'sopsion in the imih of n are thmisbt to hive almost reached New York hot The maturity, John' Steele and , Senate, was convened, with Gov m0(t f n tht- cp j il. ue Wilson-uIts only guest in its mi c ,, y ,,s the i, nual banquet, which uccurding to niu.feie s ' :ib p .ihu an ancient custom, is held in New vnl, , ,, to .,mp. York Qitv. . kill Preri' e.u lafi Gov, Wilson was (he chicCspeak- This is ttu gist ot a statement er. Hp announced with u smile 0f Martin J. Burns, captain of that he had no special messaRe to detectives, issued today after a present to the Senaie aud usked conference with Chief ol Police the audience for a text from Dotist. which to speak. The arrest of the two men came "Why are vou "n Democrat?" Friday right, was the suggestion of one of the "Until Friday night", said Capt. Senators. Burns, "the plans were to wait The Governor said he was n ' until after the city election to kill Democrat and not a Republican, jti,e Mavor. That night our men because as he understood it. the near(i Steele make his report to Republican's first principle was Moffett after a visit to the Pratt the Hamiltonian attitude that i,ome jn whicU He said Ule house js trusteeship in goverment had1 guarded day aud night. better be administered by those "He told the group around him who had the largest stake in the another night he was 'liinh enough coninniniiy, up' in anarchistic circles to know "This is instanced" he continued that President Taft would be "in the, protective policy, which killed as soon as he left Washingholds that the country is solidcst ton after Congress closed '' which has greatest prosperity In a The police after an investigation comparatively limited class. But I say there is nothing to counect the am not convinced that the stew- three men with n" alleged plot ardship of any one class is broad against the President and that the eaough tc be a safe proposition. story of a plo( to assassinate the By the Republican idea, as the President Jacks confirmation here. men of moneyed class grow wealth If you have trouble in getting rid ier and wealthier, the prosperity of your cold vou may know that of the people nt large must follow vou are not treating it propeny. increasing also. This is like stand- There is no reason why a cold ing a pyramid on its apex and we should hang on for weeks aDd it believe in building pyramids irom will not if you take Chamberlain's the giotind up. My desire as a Cough Remedv. For sale by Chas. 0. Davis. democrat, is for the interests of the poorer majoiity with the wel fare of the few a subordinate I Children Cry for Fletcher's Suit 1V - s , , -- H K VlVCNiNOC!WNSSNSCS Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which lias "been In use for over 30 years, lias borne tho slgnaturo of and has been made under his perslnco sonal C&&xfCUi6tM Allow supervisiondeceive lis Infancy. you In this. no ono to '" aro hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endunger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. "Just-as-good- r . Cnstorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Horphino nor other Narcotic substance. Itssngo is Its guarantee. It destroys "Wojrms nnd allays Ecvcrlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves JTcethlng Troubles, cures Constlpatloa and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA rBears the Signature of ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over THt CCHTAUft COMPANY, TT WIi5r MURBAr THICT, HtW YORK CrtY. 30 Years , :te3cc$$x 3t:c&x3c: 1 3 3 3 GEORGE OWENS, one-thin- 3 aix H Congress ended at noon Saturday, having failed 10 pass two of the most talked about measures presented during the session, that providing reciprocity with Canada and the permanent tariff board bill submitted by the Mr. Taft immediately President. made good his threat to call an his proclaextra session and mation ncmed April 4 as the date when both branches shall re convene. Uoufusion almost without a precedent- - in the history of Congress, marked the closing. Sixty-firs- CASTORIA The t Children dry FLETCHER'S FOR SAVING PART OF YOUR INCOME 7s a good habit, and one that should be cultivated by all carerul and pru-- . dent persons, lint the fact that the comfort of your wife and children is dependent rn your earning capacity should not be overlooked, and this earning capacity should be insured for their benefit. The Participating Income Bond Policy Affords ideal protection in that it provides First A prompt payment of the amount of the policp in the event of death. , Second If totally and permanently disabled and your ability to cam a living for your family is destroyed, the company, without cost to you, will keep up your insurance, or will pay the amount of the policy to you in ten equal annual 111 installments. Third Should you live to le seventy (70) years oid'the'omount of the policy will be pnid you in cash, tljns .protecting "you against poverty and want in your old age. In-surance j ri zaur 1 1 SMTS The most common cause of insomnia is disorders of the stomache Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets correct these disorders and enable you to sleep. For sale b Chas. C. Davis. An son of Samuel and Mary Adams Saturday found the bodies of his father and mother hanging by a harness strap in the attic of their home near Reading, Pa. A note indicated a suicide pact. Commonwealth Life Company HOME OFFICE: Commonwealth Building, 312 ZZ2armwzy ' W Chestnut: LOUISVILLE, KY. J. J. D TOWERS, President; MATT O'DOHERTY, Vice President; DR. W. GUEST, Medical Director; I.. G, RUSSELL, Manager, Industrial Department; DARWIN W. JOHNSON, Sec'y and Treas.; I. SMITH HO-- . Ass't Secretary and Actuary. NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE MARDl GRAS JMANS, SPECIAL, REDUCED FARES D, G. ROACH, Gail. Ag't, London, Ky.: C4 xrpocc) The Lexington Herald of recent date had the following article: "Hon. Caleb Powers, of ycycxi LAND STOCK AND OROP.M This is the vear of the seventeeand of the thirteen-vea- r locusts, those expected in (he centra states territory being the thirteen-yea- r race which wijl cover the Mississippi valley, particularly its lower half. The famous seven teen year brood largely wilPplay their shrill drums in tlie eastern states. The annual meetingpf the Kentucky Sheep Breeder's Association was held at Mt. Sterling .last week. More than iO.ooo sheep were shipped irom the State in six months that were found to be infected with scabies upon their arrival at the variou I stock yards where Government inspection is maintained. The breeders will take some action toward eradicating' the disease, which is more prevalent in the counties of the central portion o'f the State than fn the Eastern or Western portioqs. n-year f the Savings - g This Particular Brand For Particular Dressers While it u true that fine clothes do not make fine men, the man well-dress- THE OF MT. BAK(incorporated.) VERNON, Mr. VliKINVN, K.UXNTU(JK.Y. will always command attention. When you buy PRINCIPAL 'J Xc3:XfcCC 3CX30C; gN'iM r"m- I 81 fff UNDEKTAKCK. Our lino of Couch Caskets is unexcelled. tianu-mnao Uolhnslurnished I Ilonvse sent to all parts .of tho County. All orders" by Wire Promptly Filled. W. A. COX, Phono 94-S- . MT. VERNON, KY. school principal, Chas B. Allen, of Sylvania, Ga., is thus told Byhim. "For more than three years' he writes, suilered indescribable tortue rheurnotismyv from liver and stomach trouble and diseased kidneys. All remedies failed till I used Electric Bitters, but tour bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me completely." Such" results are cotnmqjjjAv, Thousands bless them for curing stomach trouble, female complaints, kidnev disorders, biliousness, and for new Try them health and vigor. Only 5oc at .Gha,,C Davis. Fjlteen muTrtWers and Officials were and shot 'as the result of the German operation against the rebels in Ponage, Caro- Jiie Islands. . The.other insurgents numbering 426, were banished. A severe attack on 'I John W. Sickelsmitb, Gicens-horo- i Pa., has three children ar.d ike most children they frequently take cold. "We have tried several kinds of cough medicine," he says "but hav,ej , never found any yet that did them as much good as Chamberlains Cough Remedy. For sale by Chas. C. Davis j "Shield Brand" Clothing you are certain to get a cor rect fit, and plenty quality in Prices are every garment. within reach of all. court-marshale- d The Danville Advocate reports the following sales made at the stock pens there: I.illard and Fox sold to Clel Coleman, of Harrods-burg- , plain 30 head of cattle at 5 cents p. r pound, and the" same parties sold to W. E. McAfee 30 head of fancy cattle, and to Bright Urothers one bunchof cattle at $34 per head. 750-poun- d 7oo-poun- d $10.00,THE LOWEST $20.00 THE HIGHEST Give us a trial and be convinced. J. H. BRANAMAN, W1UDIE, KY. TUs Muk of QaiKty cott collar, h m naj O BmtiUm .sToniA. , Ida Kind You Hart Always BougM tjniiiiN 9emir.-- . fiigattan at recently elected Representative in Congrees from the Eleventh district of Kentucky, was in Lexington last night on his way East, and while here said that he was not "losing any sleep" over the thought of, losing his right to p seat in the House. "I am not losing any sleep over the situation," said Mr. Po wers. 'I have to much confidence in the Democratic Hous) of Representa tives to believe they will'arbitrarily cast out a member of tbpt body. I have a right to. beleive''that such men are good men or the people would not elect them, and I do not lor a minute think n Demo cratic body would use violence to oust a Republican elected as' they were elected. No, I am not losing any sleep over the situation.'' Do vou know that of all the minor ailments colds are by far the Ki POSTED. most dangerous? It is not the cold Any ono guilty of trespudaing on my itself you need to fear, but the se- property will bo prosecuted to tho full rious diseases it often leads to. extent of the law. Most of these are known us gerrvi MnS MAHAT.A JoneS, diseases. Pneumonia and consumpAlt Vernon, Ky. tion are,among them. Why not take Chamberlain's Conch Remedv and cure your cofd while you can? and CURE-th- e LUNGS For sale by Cuos. C. Davis NoTlcK;-Ai- l parties indebted to w the estate of Dr. T. J. Price, deceased or tQVIrs. Mattie K. Price are requested to please call and set tie withiu the next thirty days eiFAR ROUGHS . w.. ther by cash or note TrW Bow FfM OLDS AMB ALL THROAT AND LUN8 TROUBLES. Very respectfully, GUARANTEED SATDJPAOWHttf MR3JMATTIBE. PRICBr OS M02TXY REPUXDXD. feh 17 rra. Level Green, Ky. KILLthb cough !?& Dr. King's New Discowery -- U, J