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N?L TyC etttifi vr ROCKCASTLE ' 4JL march, 17. 1911. I Established 887 NUMBER 2'3 ;.A Vtf V lH JH fl MVTt4KKt'0 fmi'myvzy v!-- T tJWi6WW-M- VOLUME XXIV. ? County, ky., f rid ay, : ? fiCQ&to to&S&r-- HMl-.$)0- First Showing J ' ' ' . on the Q. & C. which has been on ; tn5 oldest available fireman in ser- for the past week, has resulted in , vce m line o promotion. It is claimed by the striking many depredations and other disby strik'ng firemen and sym- firemen that until January 1st last, orders merit and ability, being equal, and STRIKE ON Q. & C. The strike of the white firemen tnlt vacancies are to be filled by :ec3eae&3ex3 OF Spring Fabrics and Fashions re have just received - a beautiful line of ' -- -. t SUITS for CHlLDKtiJN& PRWlRESS madlW KocJbSchaffner&Adler in Busrowns Wid Knickerbocker Styles, ter B!ac Blue, Gray, Brown, Reds and Plaids. Nothing in these Suits but the very best of material and workmanship that can be had --- . PRICES 3.50,$4, $4.5Q, $& i i , -- 5 J ,:r. W JMB6Cl.tfc... K Considerable excitement was oc tmmmm mnm casioned at King's Mountain on ...... Saurday niRht when eleven shots '.WIjmbaA househesingl "Windows 61 rti:m.-U?-flrfctl tftA h -JtoiebrcvrgiriiRrv'?r?i mimmiftmTiiYi UUUIU J , ro . nrrixfTS.V'f. lug chooPwhicSTs being taught byLt, King's Mountain station at the arrest is the first itveonnection with Mr. Kd $? iibright is well attended telegraph operator, F. A. Ross, but r3- the strike. will soon have home aud Brpdhead iJ . none oi the bullets struck the inAn attempt was made Tuesday of the best singers that can be tended victim. for the first time since Saturday to found any place.Owen Cass is at 'is- The shattered glass was driven resume freight service out of SomCrab Orchard telegraphing this into his face, however, and several & erset. A local freight was made week. Charlie Hurt is taking a serious wounds inflicted. Thomas up and heavily guarded by Special ret and Brack Durham is telegraph Brackett, a young white man, was agents, started for the south. No iug in his place Walter Cloyd of arrested by a special officer ircight traiu passed through here Hael Patch was in town Tuesday. from Danville and was placed in : is surprising horn manv good ttaitsot' Tuesday. Passenger train service Mr$,- - Wilson King, of Gum the jail at Stanford to await trial is beginning to suffer and'tnany ran : character ono may have. The possesion Sulphur died suddenly last week. charged with the crime. behind schedule time. Shipments Mrs. King was'a daughter of Mr. of a Bauk Account lias a tendency to culti- This is the third time this sort of lumber are tied up at Burnside quarters, we proposeTo moro thoroughly intvoduco our new James T. Roberts. Her husband of crime has occurred at the King's : vate more. .. and Stearns and many firms have v to start tna seuson witn a murium wueoa.u and son survive her. Mr. Pete Mountain station, the operators had orders cancelled on account of Livusay died Decision of having a bank accoun tia oup, at his home near being killed in both other cases. their inability to ship. ; Chcsnut Grove Tuesday night. Three years ago Harold Vaudiver and the presistency to keei it is anotlier. Steamboats at Burnside are re- Miss Katie Price spent Saturday was shot and killed while on duty 50c value for WHITE CHINA SILK So when we offer to start an account with' p nrted unable to depart on account and Sunday at her home in Level in the station. ' " " " Eighteen! months H " ot tlu lack ot In el coal, ana news TAN you. you have the opportunity to start, Groen. Mr. L. A. Testerman will ago Matthew Engleman was shot " " brought here Irom Oakdale, Tenn MESELINB Thrift is highly Thrift of Character. have a sale of his household goods to death at the same place. Dethe terminous ot this division, is to March 111 commendable, 25th. He will locate tectives innumerable have tried in the effect that all of the members Ohic.-J. W. Tate sold Per Rigs-b- vain to trace his murderer and no ot train crews running out of that Come in and talk to us and make the start s one pair of mules for $3.50. LADIES' UNIONSUITS, 50c value for arrests have ever been made. point, but whose homes are else- Miss at saving. Anna Tate and Walter Miller 1 value tor where, have been ordered by the Very truly yours. of Mt. Veruon, visited Mrs. J. W. With American cruisers bound ii 25cvivluofor 0C BELTS company to report off until they reTute last week. for patrol duty along the eastern ceive notification that they are and western coasts of Mexico, and needed. NEW BANK BUILDING with 20,000 regular troops along The Federation 6f Trades of Som FOR HARLAN. the border, and American army worth 50o SATURDAY 'EMBROIDERY erset, which iucludes machinist, PHONE . The Peoples Btoik of Harland is practically surrounds Mexico, it boilermaker, pipe fitters and car getting up its plftn aud specificat- except ou the southern frontier. , " worker organization t, adopted res ions for 20c its new Dank building to Any filibustering expedition to ' olutions- Tuesday' indorsing the " Yi ami 10c be built ou its property opposite puncture the line aud aid the inwalkout of the striking firemen and the court house on First Street in surgents will be next to impossible. offirlng( counsel, advice and finantown of Harlan. It will be an Field practice is expected to bt . cial support it necessary. Mem bauk building up Texas to morrow. bers of the Federation held a long on strictly a modorn plan, built of ordered iu 5.00 value for LACE CURTAINS Sixteen members of the Ameri- consultation with H. O Teat, vice brick and when completed will .V, (i f 1. 8.75 valuo lor president of the Brotherhood of probably be the best bank building can region or iwaueros array j ( 1.25 value for Locomotive Firemen and Hngiu- - anywhere iu this section of the were killed, six wounded and seventeen captured in the fight eers, wno tins maue tits headquar State. As we are informed the between Madero's forces and ters in this city, and there is strong bank intends to put in the bank Mexicau troops at Casas Grandes by the talk of a sympathetic strike spools for 10 cents, fixtures in use, with a Among those killed' Tuesday night tho vault and such v other bankine Monday. federation. engine men report receiving the nprc.q.qilles as will make it nil all were a brother of Madero and bauk building. Guisseppi Garibaldi, a nephew of following anonymius warning: round, institution is not yet one j the Iiultan patriot, It is said the T,,ct. ronnlvnd 1000 vards of that coOd gingham which 'Both sides of the cab wilt look This Im vear old, but has grown steadily in federals lost 200 killed and alike after 7 o'clock on sale lust week. As long as goods; last 5c per yard. ras financial strength and popularity wouucje(j. . umxtli tin fnr 1 0n. Speaking to an audience of more Willi iue people " " A ..nn..nnliTTniIH MUanaw uiHUHAm Ulll ll l" uircnuy than a thousand persons in the op equal in business capacuv to any 'ttnmSfiSy lissssi&r A PIERCE NIGHT ALARM. Don't fail to dron in and look at the new goods era house Tuesday afternoon, Vice banking institution in this part of i is the hoarse, startling cough of a President Teat reviewed the cir-c- the State. which are coming in every day, we are always giau to child, suddenly attacked by croup. fresh instances which led to the pres- HAS MILLIONS OF FRIENDS Often it aroused Lewis Cbnmblin, Here they are ..,.,1 and now. Have just received a now line p.show you. -- e BROWNIE fAMKKASS, nmtriiitf tiom KODAKS ent strike on the part of the fire of Manchester. 0 for their four mm "! in .fe 1 5,OOi uei reaiiy ror l no niinuyi-iuiiir.wm i " men on the Q & C. route, and hubject to iww children were greattv The How would vou llUetO nipDer.' 'Fishirg Trips. They are not complete without u Kodak.pleas- "Sometimes in severe at 3f asked the moral support of the ? all; practically notiinrconlp.ir((l with the exnenso is as tacks," he wrote "we were atrami commuuity, for what he termed 'a your friends by millionB ...... tlifii. nllnvi Thev can bo operated bv more' children as ii . IIJC llll'J Ulimui does? Its they would die, but since we Bucklcu'h Arhica Salve white man's cause iu a white man's stouudiug cures iu the pa3t forty ns hv older nersons. Come in and loolc whotlieryou proved what a certain remedy Dr. $$ buy or not. country.' t Teat said the strike aoars made tbem. Its the best King's New discovery is. we have i;ame as a result of a new interpre- Salve in the world lor sores, ulcers, have no fear. Wt rely on it for tation by the rail road officials of a eczema, burns, boils, scalds, cuts, croup and for coughs, colds or swellings So 'i contract entered into by the Broth corns, sore eyes, spraius, no equal any throat or lung trouble." bruises, cold sores. Has So may do thousands of others. LEADING DRUGGIST, erhood of Locomotive Firemen .and foppiles. 25c af Chas 0. Davis. Asthma, Hiy Feuer, La you. the railroad company, providing MT. VERNON, Grippe, Whooping Cough Hemor- W Phono SO that firemen will have preference of rhages flv before it. 50c and $1.00 IM KIM 100 Iwt mt Btsn tit t work, juus or promotion, accordTiial bottle free. Sold by Chas. tynttwt C- Davis. ing to age in service, experience, I u 4s 1 - trie ?fLiF r -- 1 pathizers, Stearns and Science Hill, Ky.; and Oneida, Tenu.. and at intetuediate points have been the principal points of disorders. The strike was called on account of the attitude of the road toward negro firemen, the white firemen claiming that the uegro Bremen had been shown preference. We copy the following special sent from Somerset, which tells only a small part of what has transpired since last Saturday. Trade on the road has been brought to a standstill. The special is as follows: kj "All locomotive cab windows on trains running through Somerset over the Queen & Crescent .have been equipped with heavy steel armor plate and on every engine at least one road detective is placed. Up to this time practically every engine which has arrived in Som erset from the South has shown evidences of attacks by fomewbere aloug the line. Early the sympathizers, with the striking white firemen, resumed activity, and reports were frequent here of shootings and assaults on trainmen between this point and Clmtanooga. Charles Swartz, of St. Louis, special agent on a South bound passenger tiain, was shot through tne chin at Glen Mary, Tenn., while remonstrating with a crowd that bud ejected a white strikebreaker from his cab. Wurtz is at the Somerset hospital. Late Tuesday afternoon Alvie Cundiff, a white brakeraan, was arrested on a northbound passenger train by Special Ageut Morrow, ol the Queeu & Crescent, on a charge of shooting Detective James Carl at Qlen MarvCSunday. Carl is in a somerset Hospital vyitti a bullet gun-me- n to-da- negro firemen Were hot "considered by the company equal ni 'experience merit apd ability' to the white firemen and thev were not considered available for promotion to preferred runs. 'The railroad officials worked under that interpretation until last January. said Mr. Teat, 'when they suddenly took our rights from us and gave them to a class of la- borers of wbohi no requirements are macje.' , Circuit Judge B. J. Bethurum Tuesday afternoon, after a conference with Commonwealth's Atty. M, ly. Jarvis and the County Attorney and Sheriff of Pulaski county, ordered Sheriff J M. Weddle to swear in 500 deputies and await orders to preserve peace in the county. Nearly ,o miles of the yueen cc v;r ent route lie iu this county. Very Low Prices For the Next ' 10 Days ' ON FURNITURE, RUGS, MATTING, STOVES AND RANGES. ALSO MEN'S SUITS: . $850 suits 950 n 10.50 (t will go for " $5.90 6.90 7.09 " And the Gingham Sale goes on for 10 days more. of this regular 10c staple check for only 6 1 2c and than manufacturers cost. Don't fail to see them. -3-- 4c Think less & hi ,vtJ into U UK A J). Mrs. J. H. fiiltou aud daughter, Johneva, of Stanford, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. T.Cherry last week. Tohn and Roscoe Pike and Thomas Evans spent Sot. aud Sunday with bomefolks. Miss Nannie McWhor-te- r spent Saturday and Sunday at her home in Berea. Mrs. R. L. Collier, of Crab Oorcfiard, visited Mrs, I Rr Cass Jast week. Mis. Lillie Miller has returned from Williamsburg where" she. was called to see her sister, Mrs. Bettie Brooks, who continues very sick. J. J. Painter is working secocd trick at Hemp this wek. Brodhcad (son the improve, two new buildings are being eiected on Silver Street. lV,. H. Sowder is re building his borne which was burn ed some time ago, and Bob Payne L. 3i&!C8eOX3C LAND STOCK AND CROP. Smith was in town Sat urday driving his fine stallion, Silver Dare. Thia is one of the best horses ever brought to the county aud will make the season of 1911, which will be his thirdseason in the county, at Mr. Smith's barn near Hiatt. Announcements will appear later. ' R. L- - H.DAVIS, LIVINGSTON, KY. I W ; . I ji.. .wnrn t STOLL. OIL CO,, UUISVlUfr CHAS. C. invii.(imi. intnr CruoHnp. J. "No-tnr- li ,, Saves eyes; saves money, Yourdealer has It In barreis direct trom our uorKs 1 j. 1'I. 1 yt I 7 1 gjjma o S I -- 4&PrM W9Cl.ll..., to-da- y It SPECIAL SALE FOR SATURDAYf - SILKS E" 8c noo 29C 39c 89c i LADIES' UNIONSUITS y 39C 89C EMBROIDERY PEOPLES BANK.' B - liimiiiiaiiaiiaiiiaiiiiuiiiaiiaiauauiaiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiim LACE CURTAINS S3.9S to-dat- e two-stor- y 3.95 .98 tacHacfc w ft SANSILK KOD "nn"1 A K.S $d&: I 3 fire-pro- GINGHAM, 1000 YARDS e , "' ! 1 "i" C JJJil 11 s IJiP - . u Prics tn bowese Quality th Btst m r . w , SUTTON & McBEE CHAS. C. DAVIS, - MT. VERNON, KY. OATOXIIA iyfrrt$x$y&x8!$ &$xasxl$x&: '$& - xcx) ccx:ac8c . ML.VfcRNON find snitit", and to display a pigsjou will commence to buzz in' somehWikiiij JSew York express cBPvre&7r late love for then loud which no body ele's bonnet we do uot know: drivers gathered about the bi& & DfcC$C distance of time or pace can lessen neither do w: pretend 'to know stables of the AiI.imh KxpiCs fjuruv, Mch 17 ton SnHlnlay find Avhen Happily the period of oppression whit will be the next inovo of the Companv F.ngland under mercurial body, known as the nntiuuion tuen attempted to mhe! LI nearly over. is standi and appreciates Ireland as btatc Central and Kxecutive Com our wagons they were drained Piiblisfud every Ftiday by ' ftoiu their seats and severly betiten. never helore, thanks to the better mittee. EDGAR S. ALDRIGIIT, rf.t'tM.r( ' Following the election jot 1'. M. n?nn.n llAnl4 knowledge and increased political UlTiWtlKtUIJ HCiillU. power of the masses, ami is evi- ior me iegisiiuiue miouki ov ic sha as secrctarv ot the Kentucky advertise, we sell exactly by a personal call quired to express heir definite btntc hair, Hubert Vrcelnnd. the $1.00 dentlv netJt on VV'P'"S oul nc ONK YKAK SUBSCRIPTION uotore nominating and other candidate, charged bat? faith wrongs that Ireland has suffered. Views prices, largest is A new Legislature is on the part or,ue Commission er ot years neo the state church election. Some No man Agriculture and others Advrrtis&ig rates made known art was disestablished, thereby at one to be elected this tall. where be lowest considered, are 'l.l..... J.ilrniilun nun n.nn iujushw. nllllllt til llP f'l(Pfft IVIIfl ftnPS Hilt ..iA in!iclin -- B uiuw utsiiujiuii um.,it.iii apfniuiurr John V. Sickelsmith, Greeus, and ksseninj religious animosity. Have, ana is not willing to express is ; boro, Pa , has three children nudf . . A large reform in the land laws j definite opinions as to the modi- ike most children they frequently Rockcastle. lies been accomplished, a national tication of the tax svstera, as to take cold. "We have tried several MRWHKRQi' KENTUCKY rUKSS ASSOCIATION' university endowed, millions of the improvement of the educational kinds of cough medicine," he sas dollars provided to enable the 3 stem as to the inauguration of a "but have never found any yet peasantry to build decent homes. hystern leading to the construction that did them a; much good as Chamberlains Cough Remedy. For and home rule is measurably ol good roads as to the manage- sale by Chas. C. Davis ot the penal and eleemosy 'nearer than it was when Parnell nietit institutions of the State All this reminds us of the nar died Disregarding the notification of The best setvicc we newspaper ktuericau Minister McCreery that poet's inspiring lines; every hab been delight "Krin! 0 Ivrin! thy winter is past, men of the State can render is to pence has been agreed upon in ANN'OUNCEMBNT. And the hope that lived through it keep these subjects so prominently Honduras, Col. Ferrari has refted are sold been seen Vc an v authorized to announce G, before the people that every can- to comply with the request to shall blossom at last " M. lUI.!,ARnasn candidate for Reprethe Every well wisher o' Ireland didate for the Legislature shall be disarm. price. sentative of Rockcastle ami I.aurel counmust rejoice iu seeing the old required to make his views known Uncle Sam's figures on Louisties sibjct to the action of the Repub estrangements before election. Mean rurty.s restrictions and ville's population in i9io were one will Commenting on the fact that one shy. according to a conservaWe arc uutfiorizul to announce R. O. given way to liberty, right dealing the of the legislative candidate in tive estimate based on the number WJJBH, ill a candidate for Representative and the mani.est desire of will hold fire over whole or of Rockcastle and laurel counties, English people to atone for the Boyle county has declared himself of naiuesiu the uew city directory to the action of theRcpublican par- - past. It will give au added zest in favor of the abolishion ot the iust issued. and !L to the observance of St. Patrick's State Normal Schools, and the men alwtvs show themLittle We are- authorized to announce K. It. Day. State University, the Richmond selves when dealing with little Thompson a a candidate for RepresentaClimax remarks: "Bovle has sent tive of Rockcastle and laurel counties, Robert Emmet never uttered a more real 'Mound Builders' to the ni titters. of the Republican subject to truer word than when he said. Legislature in the past years than When vou havo rheumatism iu jvjrtr. your foot or instep apply Chamber"The spirit of a nation never dies." any other county in the State.' ' lain's Liniment and you will get True as this is of all nations it is There are quick relief. It costs but a quarter. Times: Glasgow THE V1RTUKS OF ST. especially so of the Irish, who PATRICK. doctors in this country. Why suffer? For sale by Chas. C. through all the centuries have 120,000 E F Meet of the European nntionali-tie- proven through storm and calm, Why doesn't Dr. McCormack run Davis. represented in this country though weal and woe their devo- for President, inctead of Governor of Kentucky? have their patron saints whose tion to the Emerald Isle. Also JJ lestival days are more or less they have always cherished the Harvey J. Myers, who repre-sett- s observed. The Englishman, if he memory ot those who at home or district the lEighty-secoi-frcfl$3G3:f3$ fexaacSgacfc observes St. GeorgeJs Day at all, in exile have suffered for their of the city of Covington in the lowhimself with fidelity to the cause of Ireland. er house of the Legislature, his usually contents The Welshmen In all this they have abundantly annouced bimselt a canaidate lor wealing a rose. I and Scotchmen honor the memorv proven the correctness ot Emmet's subject to the action of K David and St. Andrew with immortal words. ol St. Tor Infants and Children. the Democratic party. banquets, and with songs and The Kind You Have Always Bought Madisonville Hustler: Brother speech in which the glories of I Mcrearv is both old and young Her Terrible Experience Shows Bears Cambria nd "Atild" Scotia" are POLITICS AND POITICIANS Is about 75, Signature enough for us. Ho I3ttt of all days St. extolled. Owensboro Inquirer: The poli- but has found the right kind of hair How PemM Should Be in Every Patrick' is most generally observed ticians tried everyway imaginable Home to Prevent Colds. oil and mode of living that makes Shamrocks and green ribbons are to push Stanley into the Governor's him look and feel like a sixty lira. C. S. e!o-everywhere in evidence and COMPLETE LINE-Cofl- lns, Saeo rsor. race, while the farmers held a tight yearer. 1311 wood- quent ?peaker3 vividly describe the grfip on his coat tails, saying, 'Don't nnA ' Will Prnkt land AVO.i Onm Nnrm-iCaskets and Robes. virtues of 'the,, saint. yew do it, Owsley. ' ' Now that he i.nrlirlilMk fnr si i off. Si.natnr . MnZm -, . in tni' ntv.. AU X.M..t.V....J W. Tolf Alter divesting the story of St. has yielded to the wishes of the writes: First Senatorial district, have de"I feci it phono ordersPromptly Patrick of the legends that have farmers, it imy be that he has cided to stump the district together. a fluty to you and to accumulated, enough remains to made a wise decision. Filled. othetH that prove that ne wjis deserving of all 'HIS ad. is directed at tha may be af36 Owensboro Messenger: Politics According, to a dispatch from flicted lllce man who has all the r Unthe honor that is paid him. 'a myself, to occupies the center of the stage Washington from the Depaitmeur speak business in his line in in character, able and blemished this community. today, for a great campaign is on. of Agriculture, Kentucky pro- Peruna. trou-bilearned, fearless in preaching, "Aly I Mr. Merchant You say But let it not be forgotten that one duced ol 38 1, 24.000 pounds faithful and courageous in his you've got it all. You're sellcame nftpr of the most issues of the campaign tobacco' in 1910, which wai 38.7 la gr lppe, ing them all they'll buy, anymission, and remarkably successABOUT YOUR is" the question of an intelligent per cent of all the tobacco pro e 4 b h t pr how. But at the same time ful in vr'nning men to the Christian nine years you would like more business. e and modern system of taxation. duced in the United States lasi ago, a faith, it is but natural that he C Make this community buy in royi politician may overlook the year. rt'n A should be enshrined in the heart The more. neuralgia. I Kentucky does not. This was the banner crop of the sitffo rod 9 Advertise strongly, consistand memory of a grateitii people. fact, but most all the ently, judiciously. But apart from the tribute paid Danville Advocate: The Hon Kentucky growers, whose product- time. My J Suppose you can buy a lot nose, eara to his merits it is probably that Owsley Stanley has finally nnde ion in the last five years has in- and eyes of washtubs cheap; advertise Mrs. C. S. Sagerser. one great cause for the honor up his mind that he does not want creased as follows: were badly, a big washtub sale in this paaffected for pounds. his natal day is found in to be a candidate for the guber1906252,300,000 shown per. Put in an inviting pictlio last two years. I thlnlt from you.' description of Internal catarrh that I ture of a washtub where 240,378.000 pounds. the checkered character of Ireland's natorial Democratic nomination 1907 must have had that also. I suffered people can see it the minute very severely. 1908 195,600,0 io pounds. history. Centuries of oppression just at this time, thus leaving the "Nothing ever relieved me like Pethey look at your ad. Talk have nalaraly caused the Irish to situation as it has been for the past 1909 350,800,001 pounds, runa. It keepB me from taking cold. strong on washtubs. And "With the exception of some deaftreasure the memory of their heroes several weeks. 1910 381,000,000 pounds. Whether the bee you'll find every woman ip ness I am feeling perfectly cured. I p.m forty-s- li yeara old. thi3 vicinity who lias been "I feel that words are Inadequate to If you are having any such trouble nbout your watch ot clock, getting along with a rickety express my praise for Peruna." washtub for years and years just, turn it ovor to ns and if it does not run all O K. it will will buy a new one from you. KILLS A MURDERERr Wo guarantee our work. Give us a trial. cost you nothing. J That's creative business power. We do all kinds of soldering and repair work. r. SlUlNAL ::.. ' ; P" 't -- .. . -. - ? r XS$XG0CD0CrDcC , URSELF I , - I t , ....... -. . I what we quality in town and our That our stock the That's why to had ai.y the the most popular Furniture house in McKENZIE'S that I ! ORIENTALS UGS EUROPEANS DOMESTIC. I I I , a This department has it. Thes Rugs have right at room, two rooms the up. night. Price $3.75 customer who to bought right and 17-3- 26 AIR TIGHT HEATING STOVES that house and heat , - S. B. McKENzIL THE s d MT. VERNON, KY. 3. Phone GOLDS BREED CASTOR A $D0C3a&C CATARRH GRANVILLE OWENS Hi m 'fa of&is; : UNDERTAKER Brodhead Ky n .. ... JHHUHHnH -- -- Ifwfi vwuUdJti Mall,-Telegraph- for first o gath-erln- $$fcorStoof33to &-yr&- Hi t p WATCH? DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME? IF NOT, WHY NOT? 1 SELZ ROYAL BLUE Shoe Value isn't in the Price You Pay; its in the pleasure I A merciless murderer is Appenwith many victims but Dr King's .New Life Pills kill it by They gently stimuprevention. dicitis OURj AD. RATES AIIK RIGHT CALL ON US V. FRANK MOORE, AT DR. S. 0. DAVIS' DKUG STORE, (CopjrlgM, 1S. br N. U.) late sumach, liver and bowels, preventing that clugginn that invites appendicitis, curing constipation, Headache, Biliousness, ChilLf, 25V at Chns. C. Davis. POSTED. Any ono guilty of trespasslnjr on my property will bo prosci-uteto the full oxtenf of tholnw. ,MRS u- CASTO Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR R A MT. VERNON, KY. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S R A "I aijti all right now,J How to cure cold is a question in thanks to Dr. MuW w ch many are interested just CASTO . I n Chamberlain's Yon get in wearing the shoes They must fit right', us as look right. That's the reason that SELZ shoes, made on foot form measurements and fitted to your feet by expott salesmen, nmko it easy to buy shoes ncre; and make it an everyday joy. to wear the shre.s after you've bought thorn v-ll Mahala JonkS, I YOU WANT SMART STYLES IN SHOES and there's no reason you shouldn't get that as well as qnality and fit. It's a marked feature of our SELZ line; the snnrt; snappy, styles that young men like; and that older men don't object to. Mt Vernon, Ky. 'The same relief is ready for you. markable cure of colds. It can Sew Hampshire of The in For Arc you sure you do not need it? always be depended upon. DENTIST If Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy helped the lale Mrs. Ma B.iter Glover sale by Chas. C. Davis. MT. VERNON, KY. Charles Holmes, why won't it help ODlco at residence on Main St. Z Eddy has been appraised at 2 """3 Crown and Bridge Work a Mount you? 'The proptrb left by 512,146. Work guaranteed. Specialty "I was troubled with heart disease, Mrs Eddy in Massachusetts is and after reading about Dr. Miles' estimated at$2Stoo. WLRKS Heart Kemcdy, I got a boitle. Be R. W. DYCHE R me y has wou its great reputation and immense sale by its re Cough Heart Remedy." hnon Mminla somnia is disorders of the stomacbe UNDERTAKER Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets correct these disorders and enable you to sleep For sale by Chas. C, Davis The most comtrxon cause of in- 3 C McCLARY and EMBALMER SELZ SHOES here for men, women and children. We Guarantee SELZ SHOES. SUCCESSOR TO McKENZIE & MoBEE W. T. FRANCIS, Dentist. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mn,r ' l jT --- mnford. Kv C. C. If .VLC. fiv 7 w 1 ", AVI - for; I got the Heart Remedy I bad to sit up mo.t of the nieht, and felt very bad at my ftoraicli. Whatever I would eat made mo feelwore,ond my heart beat very fast. But thanks to Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy, I ant all right now. I eat good, sleep good, and feel like a new man. I am nlinoit 63 years old. I ' have been a coldler In the late war of the rebellion, and was badly wounded." CHARLKS HOLMES, Private Co. U, 54th N. Y. Infantry Volunteer, Walton, Delaware Co, N.Y, CHAS. B. McKENZIE Homo and ottlco in tho Into residences and ATTORNFY-AT-LAW- , Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old Main St., Mt. Vernon. By ropuost, Granite Monuments of all KY. MT. VERNON tho unfinished work contracted by Dr. Estimatos furnished On 2rd. floor o kinds. ltfOFFICE. Myers will ho completed by Dr. Vran- Ho la nro- - The Bank of M t. Vernqn , 011 Church on application. nl without nstri charp-oSpecial attention given pared to do anjthlng; In tho dontnl.Hno street. GEO. OWENS Proper Ci own and Brldgo work a specialty . to collections. Phono 112 j Phone No. 80 All work guaranteed. . Williams, Manufacturer of and Dr. is Mile' Heart Remedy kept in thousands of homes at a friend always to be relied upon in time of need. Sold by all Druggists If the WmI bottle talk to benefit, your money la returned. Ask any Oruaalet. MILES MEDICAL CO., BlkbaCV la tyt& V " 1 Ik "tWTMIM iVl T in... most up-tdate Hats call on O'Bryan Overolls at Fish's. Mrs Clho Brown. Regnrdhss of the injunction suit, Mt Vkrnon, Ky. Mch 17 ujii The Kentucky Prcsbyteria will ZuiiiRS flour nt $2.75 per hun- the Board of Trustees are determ- aieet iu Mt, Vernon on April it. dred best flour juierl to have lights, and at the next in Kentucky Cult P 'No. 79" wlien you wiinttoCnmiiiunl. V M. 'Dullock, of Hr.nstov), "i Sutton & McBkk. it gular meeting ol the board, either oats wlttt HlQNAIy has a child very sick with ptieumo-iia- . Rend Sutton & McBee's "ad". Jthrct or five more lights will be see the great rt duct ion lor Satur ordered. Don't forget Saturday March 25, ao only. Everything sold just as More prejudice than religion i7lA it is advertised is Opening Day nt and more religion than bruins is a 5 Mrs Clko W. Brown's. which we very Dr. Willson, of Louisville, who conglomeration louisvux & Nashvillc n R. Co. often find. I have what I advertise aud ad- lectures on Tuberculosis here next vertise what I have to sell. Thursday, will bring with him Mr. At the met ting ol the town TIME TABLE. hoard Inst J. Fish. Eugene Kerner, his assistant. Siltird.iV night, an 22 north. P"1 The Pastor of the Presbyterian QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE order Was tmde making nn al21 north 3:52 am lowance sufficie it to fight the inchurch will preach at Livingston Excursions 1911. 23 south 11:44 aw junction suit, which was filed last Sunday morning and evening 21 South The first excursion of the week prohibiting the collection of 12:19 am Boys and Children Suits a big season via the Queen & Ciesceut . Tas. Landrum, Agent. .be privilege tax, through the line just received at Route to Cincinnati, O. will be courts, and attorney C. C. Will Phone No. 58. Sutton & Yc Bus's. operated Sunday, April 9, 1911. iams imploded to fight the case for Entered at tho Mt Vernon, Ky. Poiitoaice Remember the lecture by Dr. Special train. For full particulars tlu town, while Judge L. W. Benail matter. as f r. Wilson on the "Study and Preven call on Ticket Agent thurum and Atty E R Gentry W. A. BecklEr. tion of Tuberculosis" at the court will look after the case for the PERSONAL General Passenger Agent j house Thursday evening March plaintiffs. 23. Cincinnati, O. Miss Carrie Lair is suffering SHOW DAY. The proposed 10 ite of the new from rheumatism. Ten men are reported to ha e pike dowh Skeggs On Saturday March 25th I will ,creek, passes . ,0V Judge I, W Bethurum is in have a.beautlful display of Pattern been killed in the strike of white through the farms of William Live-sa- y Louisville to day, and Jack Aduius, who refused Hats Mrs. Cleo W. Brown. firemen on the Queen & Crescent -' Prnf T A. Houston was in The Masons are having a new road, Cincinnati Southern division. give a right-o- f way or place the Practically every train running beRichmond Sunday. roof out on their ball which is over tween Somerset, Ky , and Chatta- damage at what was generally conceded a fair damage, socondemna-ticMiss Georgia McFerron visited J. Fish's store. They are usit g nooga' was fired upon by mountDroceedingsvwere filed and the relatives here this week. the Kaintyte roofing. aineer sympathizers with the case tried last wfcek Mr. Live-saKnoxviie Jim Cooper, the Sec Mrs. Brown's beautiful Lices strikers, and at a late hour was given 400damages and Situxday. man, was here Wash Voi'es, Linen Pongee, Swiss Tuesdav night officials of the road Mr. Adams $200, whiclvboth gen" Dr. R H. Lewis was over from Kmbroiderios, Neckwear, net in gave up all effort to continue to tlemen claim is uotniug like a fair Wildie vesterdav on business. run trains. Two of those killed damage. We are not any frrraer white, ecru and black. Miss Bertha Rohinsou was over Another 2.50 Dress Pattern, to were white railroad detectives, the and we do not mean to say what 'from Withers yesterdav shopping. be given away Saturday March 18. remainder negro firemen. farmers should dojfor the best in- Miss Lou Phillips and brother, Come iu and let us show you how At the request of the committee terest of themselves, but we know ft Eail, were over from Wildie Satur--da- easy ou might get it ol the Kentucky Association for what we would do it we owned a Sutton & McBke Study and Prevention of Tubercul- a good farm such as both Mr. Ad D. Laswell, President ams and Mr. Livesay own, located Ray McKerron, ot "Breezy Hifl, Round trip t'eket to Lexington osis, Dr. W. Memorial Brown .bas entered of the Rockcastle Medical Society, on one of these mud hole roads, for $2.70 Muy ifi limit School May 20th account of Annual Con has appointed the following Com- such as the road is that runs by v Rev Geo. S. Watson is in clave Knights Templar o Ken- mittee. Drs. A G. Lovell, D B. their farms, we wouldJJgive righl- in as manv directions as Southard, Lee Chesnut of Mt. a meeting of the Y. tucky. Vernon, W T. Amyx, of Living- needed and wanted, would only It C. A. SALESMAN WANTED to look ston and W. E. Graveley, of Brod- bring a good pike by our farm lead Mrs Schroder, who has been very our interest in Rockcastle head, to assist the State Board in ing to market. These, gentlemen sick for several months, is now im- after and adjacent counties. Salary or their work in this county, Dr. have evidently not stopped to con proving rapidly. Commission. Address The Harvey Wilson, President of the State sider both sides, andFwhat a pike S. B Rnrqsey and farailv have Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio Board, will lecture in the court would mean to each of them anJ been visiting relatives near Orlando Inuse on Thursday evening March what the advance would be to their for a few days. Great enthusiasm exists among 23rd.-- If you want to be ot some property. If the pike is ever built Mrs Geo. Cook, of Livingston, the boys and girls of the Graded service not only to yourself and we feel sure that intitho these gev is with her father, Judge J B lair School who are take part iu the fimily, but to our fellowmnn in tlemeu will see it as others do and spelling contest which is to take who i? a very sick man. helping to fight that awful disease, would not have the pike done awsy between the Mt. Vernon Tuberculosis, which R. W. Dyche place Dr. and Mr takes so manv with aud retumto the pld way of and Brodhead Graded Schools at lives each year, .visited Dr 'Dycbe's parents nt be nreseut that travel for twice the amount thnt UwT" B. -- London "the lwt'oRhc weck ;v the Mt. ermjh-- , Grruletly School night and liar 'Dr. Wilson ,'3whof flwf eeflheyaW aerially - beiftg building, on the iasf FridtV nigh n of P&rv Milton Bullock, will use stereopticau and give lee damaged at thjs'tirae. Nothing A r in this mo ill of the Skeggs Cieek section, is ture. but time can prove.effectually these sick with pneumonia statements to be true, where appo The following announcement bn fvery The Woman's Missionary Socie,-tMr" Henrv King, of Gum Sul- been receaed by the friends atiu of the Presbyterian Church will sition is so strong as it is iu this phur, has been with her daughter, relatives of the gioora: meet at the residence of Mrs J. A particular case. Mr and Mrs Prank A Jarre-- , Mrs Will C Kirhy lor a few days Landrum at three o'clock Saturday March 18. The folk wing program Dr' William A. Jones and Char- announre the marriage of th-- ir HAS NO SUBSTITUTE ley Adams were in Cincinnati this duughtet Susan Margaret to Mr will be rendered: weeic having tleir artificial limbs H. Herbert Fish on Monday the 1 H mn "From Greenland's ley sixth day of March one thousand Mountains," fitted mother, nine hundred and eleven, Los Pr'er CVance Ferguson and Angeles, California. Scripture Reading, expect to leave soon for a two The groom is a non of Uncle Piesidenl Mis Willis Adams Atchison weeks visit to relatives-iHenry Fish, and has been living in Minutes of last meeting Kansas, the West for about fifteen years Business J C. Gibbs, who recently sold Roll cdl. Answer with names Last Friday was named by thi W. M. his farm near Brodhead to Phoenix, people ot Mt. Vernon as arbor day of Missionaries or Mission stations McQueen, will move to of Africa and the occasion was appropriate Arizona. ly observed with a splendid pro- 7 Questions & Answers op Africa Dr. James Pennington was here Miss Maxwell gram rendered at the court house from Bell county Monday and 8 Africau Cradle Song by the stude'nts of Brown Memort Maso-'ttook the second degree in a' and the Graded 3ch ol and oth 9 Daybreak in the Dark Continent Monday n'gbt. I. Miss Kefauver ers. There was not standing room Judge R. G. William's, writes in the court l.ouse to accommodate II. Miss Dodson thav his mother, who is now with all. After the rendition of the 10 Hymn "The Morning Light is r him in Covington, has not been much enjoyed program, came the Breaking" feeling so well for the past few setting out of tretsind as best wc 11 Home Mission Work Pacts & Thm days. only baking powder Figures MissMcCord. have been able to gjet the figures, mode from Royatf Gropo resigned her po- there were about 75 trees set out 12 Mizpah Benediction. MUs Munsey has Cream of Tartar sition in the law oAkc of Attorney and with the number yet to follow The following special was sent NO ALUM.ND LIME PHOSPHATE C. C, Williams and a Miss Jones, will rim theTbtal up to at least on from Lexington: of Winchester, has accepted the hundred. Thesexree were placed The Freeborn Construction Complace. out Main and Richmond Streets, pany, of Kansas City, Mo., has I Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Miller, around the Graded School campus just purchased of Col. J. A August ore guests of and Brown M mortal grounds of Washington, D C , an extensive of Richmond, Va., the family of Mr. w. J. Sparks. mere will be an nuer ariHrJay in tract of 2,200 acres near Pine Hill motto, "Do it Ky., where they Mr. Miller is an uncle of Mr. October and tl contemplate for Mt. Mt. Verdon," will be kept erecting at once a mammoth cement Sparks. ' Mr. W- - A. B. Davis was ?n vividly in mind until every street plant, with a capacity ol 1,600 t" fiiOBEfERTILirJ in Mt. Vernon is lined with beauti barrels a day. Col. R. B. Hutch Lancaster first of the week to see ful trees. That there may be kept craft, of this city, the his son, S. N. Davis who Is in the a record of what is being done iu mining expert, left here today for general merchantile business at splendid the county, we request that where Pine Hill to assist a special engi liFERTILIZERjl that point and is doing a ever trees are or have been set out neer sent sy tne new company to business. since January 1 191 that vou re arrange the preliminaries for beMr. and Mrs. J. A. Landrum port to this office the number of ginning work on theiplant." were in Loudon Sunday to see trees transplanted. Arbor day is For years it has been Ov known tttflJgM their son, Chester. who underwent rapidly gaining tavor as one of fact that Pine Hill was anideal a second operation last week for our most appropriate holidavs, as place for the establishment of such fistula. Dr. Pennington who per- the question of reclaiming the a plant, in so raach; that every speaks very formed the operation is now receiving the attention thing needed for the manufacture hopeful of him. know it is the best and of some of our greatest men, while of cement was there in endless R, B. and Edgar Mulllns weie only a few years ago, it was more quantities. Col. J. A. August, cheapest on the market initiated into the U. C. T. Associa- a question of clearing them nut. who owned the property was well . tion at London last Saturday. There is nothing that adds to the aware of this fact, and for that A 8 K A N Y F A U M K l Mrs. Mnllins accompanied Mr. beauty of a town more than nice, reason has jiever become weary Mulllns aud attended the banquet thrifty trees, and there Is vet a few in his efforts to interest others in which was served alter the busi- places along the streets where we the establishment of such a plant JBUY GL0BJ2 and ness program was completed. hope to see trees planted before it notwithstanding it has required reip a rich harvest. L. A. Testerman, of Brodhead, is too late. Now is the time to much effort on his part to enlist ' was here Monday to have circulars the ol others in such a Call, write or phone mo for his sale of transplant trees if they thrive and stupendous enterprise " What this Prices printed advertising household goods, preparatory to do well, in fct to wait until April will mean to Rockcastle cau not Mr. Tester- - at the time arbor day is called by be estimated move to Cincinnati. man" is a splendid citizen and we the Governor, it is only about one Mr. Hutohcraft and the Civil 'rejtet to lose him from our out af evcrv ten trees set out, that Engineer arrived at Pine Hill MT. VERNON, KY. ever live. jeiterday afternoon. county. o f. VERNON SIGNAL, LOCAL If you want the newest and Watch Fish's show windows for the new things for young men. Plan for batching season. mryXlLtlagMllfalWf.qJBJtl Kep the Uens busy tliete cold dayi. nt-'- Charcoal la good stuff for the dlfsstlvo tract. Afraid of Ghosts Pew'people fof9 . 79 It's mighty poor policy to let the stock shrink In winter. will eat too much Don't feed your fowls so that they at one. W..' loyors, do not iiUrve your Just because fat hons are not gooA fowl. The best cows ara the cows that will fill the pocketboolc most quickly. More cattle die fioin the effects of being drenched than from tubercu ; losis. 1 !' Potato peelings fed raw In not too large quantities are good for the laying hens. Warmth should be supplied to all farm animals but not at the etpeute of fresh air. When figuring up the profits from the cows for last year dont overlook the fertilizer. Slen love their families, but are Inclined to neglect the crops that' can be produced for the stable. Many people arc afraid oi ghosts. arc afraid of germs. Yet the ghoit is a fancy and the germ is a fact. II the germ could be magnified to a sizo equal to its terrors it would appear mure dragon. Germs terrible than any can't be avoided. They are in tho air we breathe, the water we drink. The germ can only prosper when the condition of the system gives it free scope to establish itself and develop. When there is a deficiency o( 1 vital force, linfiior. restlessness, a sallow cheek. n hollow eye, when the appetite is poor and the sleep is broken, it is time to guard against the Jerra, You can fortify the body against all germs by the use of Dr. Pierce's Got4 n Medical Discovery. It increases the vitat'power, cleanses the system of clogging impurities, enriches thefcIood, puts the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition in "working condition, so that the germ finds no weak or tainted spot in which to brttdj "Golden Medical Discovery" contains no alcohol, whisky or g drugs. Atl its ingredients printed on its outside wrapper. It is not secret nostrum but a medicine op ihoitn composition and with a record of 40 3tan cartsi Accept no substitutethere is nothing "just as gootl." Ask your neighbors. habit-formin- A k . second-clas- s iYOUNG MAN We have been watching you .- Exercise Is good for the animals and thoy should got their sharo every day when It is possible. A good dairy she 1b one that produces daughters which give more butter-fat u w E have your for been looking out interest. We than their mothers. can-,d- y y have the kind of clothes you'll J Eggs should be gathered often, especially If the weather Is cold and they are to be used for hatching. Much of the success In poultry Keeping depends on the vigor and vitality of the birds themselves. A male bird that Is gallant, always ready to share with the hens, is preferred to one that Is too generous. like clothes that are built for you alone. Snappy styles that H y. stand out from the ordinary clothes so decidedly that, when you see them, yoi will want them. The of the dairy can be made almost as profitable as the 17-1- 8 stralgnt products if rightly handled. A i of-wa- v ift cheap separator Is worse than Get ono that does not waste each year more than the original cost. none. Oncewear Fish's Clothes, and you will always wear them. Yearlings and heifers should be early taught to drink warm mlllfeed slop in n inter, aud cold slop tu summer. Get all the wood abheu you can and apply them to the garden aud truck patch soon as you can, and then plow Jt in. The number of hens a farmer should Keep depends on his interest in the business and the time he ts willing to devote to it. -- ..Jt sB?" MtjEjgjBsfejffl BIMBBBHStBsBBrs J TiIMl MT. VCKNON.KY. Unless a bird Is matured and possesses 'size, vigor and'u sound constiout of the tution, it should breeding pon. For idle horses, straw and corn fodder may take the place of hay, giving a halt ration ,of corn morning and night, A well-cure- d LQOKHEREMR.FEEDER! The Greatest Offer Ever Made to Stock Feeders Dr. y (J. man who hns a good quality of of dairy products and a high-clas- s dairy stock for sale seldom knows what competition is. If you are to get effgn. you must have healthy, vigorous hens, and if you wish to keep up the supply you must retain the vigor, pOYAl SIrbhI Hess Stock Food on 3 Months Trial n From As every poultryman knows, or "hoillil know, protein Is an important praise and Invaluable Ingredient in the raBuro that tion for pgg production. In planning ndornment for tho door-armold straight lines as much as possible. Set the trees and shrubs d the Manufacturer's written gutuaMee and fho'untir-in- g it is receiving from our customers, wo are doubly it is, without a single exception tho BEST,, STOCK FOOD or TO NIC ever produced and at a price '"that you. can 1 AKlN3 In groups or irregular lines. POWDER Absolutely Pure It Is very important that the water drunk by the cows giving throe or more gallons of milk dally be warmed to about GO degrees F. The calf that goeB into winter quarters lousy will not do well. Itubblng the calf with a cloth moistened with coal oil nud lard Vvlll put a quietus on the lice. It Is essential In raising beef to know the characteristics of a prime beast, for in order to command the top price the animal must bo In the pink of condition. Provide Bhelter for all of the mi mid and rainy nights of spring weather. Sheltor means st-Inof feed, and making the animals grow and produce better. anl-mai- n afford to feed it regularly. Now hero is our proposition: We will supply you ''with sufficient of Dr. Hess' Stock Food to feed your animals twice a day for three mouths; we will supply you with 25 pounds or a ton according to your needs, then if nt the end of threo months ou arc not, absolutely sure that it has paid you to feed Dr. Hess' Stock Food, that is, if your animals fed for better market have not been nioro thrifty, your other stock-istate of health, return to us tho empty packages and vre will refund overy cont you have paid us. Here are prices: 7 pound packages 50cts, 2A pound packages 25cts is not a farmer or feeder in thh community who There can afford to mis this liberal proposition. ,. l SELL Mark you, you arc to be the-judg- e and jury. g I well-know- n 1 r Jlpuisviafil l'" lor-est- s, v THE FARMERS v;v4 It is tho custom of some farmers to raise a litter of pigs from a sow in the spring that she la a year old, then fatALABAMA. ten her for the fall market and keep sows from her litter for breeding the The best forming land in the South next spring. You enn bttv land in Wasbing-to- n county, Ala., for $25 per acre The chickens hat Ing boen accustomed to plenty of frosh air all summer, on the iuhtitllment plan; $1 per acre are in good condition to withstand the down and 50 conts per acre per first cool nights, and tho real danger of their catching old is In keeping month until paid for, with no interthem loo warm. est or taxes. Purchasers buyinc as much as ten acres now get a A fact which is often lost sight of a j lot In the new town of Alpha, Is that the bos Is essentially animal, and thin U why spring free. This land is traversed by the Utters uio usually the most profitable, Mobile and Ohio railroad. Now for by making provision for ample pasturage the greutest gains in growth is the time to buv a farm before it sre mado at the minimum cot of goes up. Write for particulars. gta-t-Impro-du- Chas. Br McKenzie, I Buy and Srm. Rkalestatk I have on band at present some very desirable farming Jand, some miueral and timber laud and some town property- it'a oil for sale, come in and bee me before vou buy. I will sell or exchange with you. You will find me at the Bank of A. B. Furnish, Mt. Vernon. Mt. Vernon, Ky. - Ion. tluring I FISH, Do vou know that of all the minor ailments colds are by far the most dangerous? It is not the cold with itself you need to fear, but the diseases it often leads to. Most of these are known us germ diseases. Pneumonia and consumption are among them. Why not take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and cure your cold while you can? AN ALL THROAT AND LUN8TR0UBLE8. QUABANTKBD SATI8PACI0SX1 For sale by Chas. C Davis. OK XCXBT IKTUNDID, mi KILLthe COUGH Oscau Pondkr, Agem. Livingston, Ky. Couyh Remedy. For sale by Chas. C. Davis. NoTIcit; All parties indebted to the estate of Dr. T. J. Price, deceased or to Mrs. Mattie 15. Price call and set are requested to tie within the nest thirty days either by cash or note Very rcspectfullv, plt-as- If vou have trouble in getting rid of your cold vou may Luow that vou ate not treating it properly. There is no reason why a cold should hang on for weeks atd it will not if you take Chamberlain's CURE the LUNCS Dr. King's New Discovery se-rio- Mrs, MattibE. Prics, Level Green, Ky. feb 17 im Jlf. If 1 y n i X 1 i'ili i'wV'iijtwrrimijygfBiMw 'SySSSsJLS aSSwasgSBSSfidgsss'jaB 'I - rJj Rinriidattn lor Govctnor or Mr. Stanley's osvu liieuds isttoluaie q'lite plnin. 'This iniioh l kroivn: Tomorrow Mr. StMnlev will isnie a statement iliRnkiprj th" Demofirs's for the'f goxj hIkm lh..t ' rv,i it of ifof pc p1e of lx k 't Ml d , l the Sf I tb- r uri'd raee.'1 t'lei'ivt I i - ?frifcfa "UjfcS!f IJLJJ.KlVN1. ri V ' i-- ' .' . I'lcrmnt otRnniT ie I Trut, the phipuing Ttut aril ndrzu othci gignntic combinations 01 capital, conceiving it to b? (iood (?) for the people ol this state, n.piics to merge it independent telephone lines, which he oik.i owns o controls with those of the Be'l Company wl ich he also largely owus and contri A man does not have to be en dowed rthh ui inorJnant ninonni J of hors?s-- i se to perceive what i. The Woman' Tonic inevitab c it the nlnorptiou ot the independents by th- - Rellis nllowed ts For the of, any serious illness, like the to &o tiuchnllcuj.'ed. At cou Orip, Cardui is the, best tonic you can use. It builds strength, steadies the nerves, improves the ferences held in New York and appetite, regulates irregularities and helps bring back the Chicago a few wccVs ago nt which natural glow of health. H. P. Davison, one ot Mr. Cardui is your best friend, if you only knew il SHOULD BE partners, Theodore N Vatl.' Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has President of the liell System, and helped! What could possibly prevent it from helping you? Remember vou cannot cet the benefit of the Cardui representatives ot the indepenNingredients in any other medicine, for they are not for sale dents were present, it was openly in any drug store except in the Lardm bottle. 1 ry Lardui. stated thu with competition ended My Spring stock is complete ,VX Wrttt to: Ladies AdUfory UepL, Uiatlanooga Mtd'cinc to, Chattanooga, Tnn.. rates could be raised and econobook. "Home Treatment lor women." scat tree i Jsr Secdit Initracthm, and I show the near Lhiua fust i mies instituted that would enable MW4 the monopoly to place the siucl' SOLD ONLY BY of the independents on nn 3 per cent, basis. With both companie operating between practically the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES same points under one iliauage ,Wol on Commlnlon. Willi tor price ruent it follows that one of them sliil nwnllonlaa thli at. will he .superfluous, ami that il C'O Prt Eatabllaned 1837 will cot less o piv dividends on LOUISVILLE,KY. vb w the outstanding stock of the Owmsboro, Kv., March n. absorbed companies thau to operate (Special.) The Owensboro Mes gmm-iM- f mmmHinimimnfmimmmmnimnmrnK them under the circumstances. senger will say in the morning: Thus, the monopoly, which now VThe. Hon. Augustus Owsley VERNON CD. owns the Western Union Telegraph Stanley, Representative in Congress Company uud thiough that corpo- frrunthe Second district, will not PRACTICAL ration has recently acquired six of make the race (or the Democratic UNDERTAKERS. the largest of the trans AtLu'tic gnbernatori nominntson. A state jrfSL cables, will control every channel ment to tbh effect will be issued DIRECTORS. of cotnmutiication on laud, except to morrow by Mr. Stanley at h s AND the tetepost. automatic telegraph hofne in Henderson. The decision EM1ULMJJRS lines. It would urobahly buy baS.bren reached after consulting Mt. Vernon, Ky. 3 this too, if the stock of thut com with hi friends from every county pany was not tied up m a voting ju district for the past ihr e . trust with Ue.ir Admitill bigslet ot d'ys. ? . r . . . . . .name Il aimI ouiers miuiie- t .'- Mr.. mnnicv. is' .w .. .... tn ir.e laT . w.. n w I,ieend Hinbalinor will hnvo clmrgo of that lino of 'tightly on the lid to prevent jtist inifl(:e thq race, after the earnest t--j work for fcho company. a contingency. j solicitation of friends in every part g? Orders by wire promptly tilled. He.irso sent to nil points. zi With theeiidot the autonomy '0f tJje.State, will declaie that he has sac ol the hiduptndeuts, owry ad - recently been elected to Congress iWnn.iprer :S vantage seemed by competition E by"he Pontocrats of the .Second 23 Office Alt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 1125 will lie at once surrendered and district. Dining the cimpaign lor that has hj, - ncimirrtiiou. evoiy .section of Mr. Stanley was .tiiuuiiuuumaiuiiiiiiiUiiiiiiiiUiimtiiiiiumiiuiuatu heretofore profited by the keen clmged byllfis opp ntnts with be- nvalry lor business th it has existed j0K rA cauftidase lor Ooveruor and oetueen the two svMems will ex- l'-- v'onqfjrs- - .u t e Mine lime ,if- e' POSITiONS- perience: tlie same arbitrary lledeniednlut he a as a candidate oYWwP tPlINTIFUL jl Sterifiaef o ol rtes as lias followed the Ooivinnr nnd .'aid that he TeetysvrjoA fs icriuuiatkin ot competition ttuttld not t'e a cinoida'c uuless Tue l.u'.cher, the sniwr iHcptopiv cdlcd upon him to ZSssir-y''esinctisi- jo iUd tlie d'le.or will pay the lieignL m 'k'e the nice. riic can prote.it aud uu.uhematize CONFER) WITH PKXUKPS. Sdfcyvt YfirGr&sfSdft'fJf'icdJ esuyisetdeiFj the trust, cjII Morgan luenli tuini-. ' '( f l! """- - ? . v. Jtid make the air heavy with 'To day he met with the Demlb Milphurous malediction'!, but it 7rtmarAMrtS ocratic county committeeman from won't do any good. In effect the The district. will say: "If you don't like, evaty county in the of the nmiuit-tcemeprevailing opition it vou need not have a telephone". was that the party of the Bui il you are without telephone Suto faces a very Krave crisis aim connection in these days oti cannot do business. The trust knows that some strong man upon whom Will the great common- ail of the Dmociats could unite this. ot Kentucky stand idly by 6h$n1d be the party nominee. wealth "At the conclusion of the con .he roadside while Wall Street in ference Mr. Stanley mnde a stateus greed for added revenues iui poses another burden upon this ment in which be said: "There is one thing you cinnot constituency, whereby it may exTicktti ra mI Febrmary 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 aft 27 sacrifice, even for the benefit of ChI BttBUii utU Marck 11th. 191r, wltk Prlviletf f Exttaiion tort new tribute from every com your, party or your home or anymunity in the statt? . ovcrs principal points When he acquired control of the thing else, and that is your solemn' rOimil PARTICULARS, CALL ON ANY TICKET ACENT, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. OR WRITE independents, Morgan made an ly plighted trust to the people ' H. C. KlrtO, . W. A. BUCKLER. Paaacnttf and Ticket Aztnt, Ucncral I'autnser Ajcnl. affidavit to the Supreme Court ol who elected you, and I must be 101 J2. Mala Strwl, Uxlntion, Ky. Insallf Building. Cincinnati. 0. Ohio that his purchase was for true to the pledge made to the piivate investment aud not for the people of the Second district. I 1 Bell Company. To get around must obey their will, as am their servant, and will take this matter this be now proposes to turn the a.. ... . PM give ot stock ol the two systems into a 'under due consideration and Accouni '. my answer on Monday. single holding couip.my. which is lV MtM.iy persons koop Uioir nwmoy hero as a permanent in- - j only another wav of "whipping TALKS WITH CONSTITUENTS because tho risk of loaning to individuals is avoid- the devil around the stump", and fveatmnnt investment, you can compute tho net returns nccu-accomplishing by indirection what "It is known that Mr. Stnnley amounts may bo added at any time. A savings ,r account offers a profitable means to realize on funds (hat nro & he is legally proscribed trora doiug hasfaited to Scores of his former Vin mn u'lt.lnlrjni- - a nnvt, m iVio tftrtle, awaiting investment directly. Have the people of len constituents over this district Ifflntire amount atitnv fcimo. With n flotnrminntion In Knvn vou & tucky at whose pocketbook thTs during the past lew days and he 'aro always welcome hero. Why not lend your money to the w move is aimed nothing to say? says a majoiity of them have urged ;bankr Ati borrowovs, we stand ready torecoive such amounts Have they no rights, which a many yoti can save from time to time. Wo will pay you a regu Morgan must respect? H ave they him to remain in Congress, rato pt interest on your money, wo 11 explain in detail if so inert over the frequent of them having the opinion that become lar ?you willcaii at tho bank. abuse of corporal ion privilege that the office of Representative is r they hesitate to assert t'hetuslves? greater than that of being If not' its time for them to get Kentucky. Then, too, of (iNdORPOUATKD.) .'O busy, before it is too late. several Democrats of the district ' " MT. VRRNON, KKNTlfCKY. V have aunnunced their intention of ATTACKS SCHOOL becoming candidates to succeed Ifac&x&br. PRINCIPAL Mr. Stanley in the event of his KoitiK to Frankfort, and it isi ., ., A severe attack on school p'rip jsJCn J lfBP5fUSrE0aJf& cipal, Ohas B. Allen.i of Sylvanla, charged by somo of his friends Gn., is thus ,told by.him. "For that there is a plan to get' him out If J more than three years," he writes, of the way so gome other, man can "I suffered indescribable tortue go to Congress. from liver ubd rheumatism, "On "Mr. Stanley's arrival in stomnch trouble amld'afiastd (Jnskets Our line of Conch Louisville lie was gii;n assurance All remediesSu till J isunoxcelled. used Ivlcctrtc Uitters,, hut four thathe could make a winning race bottles of this wonderful remedy for Governor, but he declined to llnwl-niadt1 C'ofrinsfnrnished cured me romp etely." Such re- make any announcement of his Hoarse sont to all parts of Thousands candidacy, saying he wished to sults are common. bless- them, for curing stomach coufult the people of the Second ho County. trouble, female complaints, kidney disorders, biliousness, and for new district. Durlug Hie past few days' All orders by Wire Promptly Filled. Try them. it seems that someone has worked health and vigor. Only ooc at Chas C. Davis. tin u rather strong opiniition to Mr. Stanley's entering the race, 7 BaaratL Hart AlMK Klrd SIT. VERNON, KY. PJioooW-S- . bUt whether it was the re ult of Btfiatuia the work of friends of the other ai J inuth released, to be, "able, .to write and thank you what Cardui has done fdrme," writes Ais. Sarah J. Giliiland, of Siler City, N. C. "Last lbruary, I had the Grippe, which left me in bad shape? 'tfefore that, I had beeii bothered witli female trouble, forfeit years; and nothing seemed to cure it. "At las5t, I began to take Cardui. 1 have taken only three bottles, but it has done me more good than all the doctors or than any other medicine I ever took." 'l Jim for After The;&rippe ll.ott 'ill tfdTAtfB FOfc I MoTRon, (oftd- - tKxfta 'JL'ho Biiidrit ry for Feteiier? 1 CARDUI 1 after-effec- YOUR NEW 'Ira $2.60 An a'ihi forjhe delenduit and the flat contradiction ol the of the "nig is what the defense claims to have .scored Slurday at Ho kinsville in the trial of Dr. D.txid A moss, "alleged commander of the uight riders of Kentucky and Tennessee". belf-confrs- In Bouglit, nnd wliicli litis been for over 30 years, lias borno the Blgnaturo.of and lins been rondo under hls.pcr-ffi'f-d1- -, sonnl supervision since Its Infancy. Allow tin miA to ilrwnlva VOU ill tills. nro but All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd "Just-ns-gooExperiments that trlflo with and endanger tlio health ol Infants nnd Children Experlenco against Experiment. Kind You Hnvc-xAlwny- s Tiso d" Mot-gun- 's SPRING HAT Six carloads of bacon, corned beef and other meats were shi ped from Chicago to the armyinTexns. State of Ohio, City of Toledo ) Lucas County J s.. Frank J. 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Ag't, London, Ky.: 3JGDXv-- V at all . convenience ...... ine oavmgs 1 BBaHOHSAji Tis "avjuE 3fW-- alaalaH - This Particular Brand For Particular Dressers While it u true that fine clothe do not make fine d men, the man will always command attention. When you buy well-dresse- 'j'is THE BANK OF MT. VERNON, Gov-erio- "Shield Brand" Clothing you are certain to get a cor rect fit, and" plenty quality ta every garment Prices are within reach of alL WOEs-XK77:mm . :xr:: $&&xftx l&y$r V L ia i mi i , "u , JaB I - UNDERTAKES .',. yj o snini $ $10.00 THE LOWEST $20.00 THE HIGHEST Give us a trial and be convinced. ill kid-ueys- ., J. H. BRANAMAiN WILDIB. KY. oat collar. f QmUt, U m Ttty BaV4at F?I5Sfey J33m JSSBCfcjjSaQfeJIf'y BaaaaW Tkia Ma 1 - W. A. COX, oato: ia MnHHiuuMW BJ I VOU VMUi d&A. mek .Presid'jiit Tnlt ean his vacn-t- i Col. Theodore Roosevelt spoke itii n game ol at Auguslii to several thousand people at It was. tho first he had olf. Jackson, Mis on good citizenship. jdjped in six months. I -'-- -- -- ' ,