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A., ifi, .. i'-''-W -- & i rt . ?. ', j " . ) Vm -a IHk S 'US M HI M) HI IS Ml. :piviiir.,i w m mm ivui Alf H , ! . I 2. c ' W (ttOt fa IH MS Hm f'i 7 , III IB ! tistaiiiir ii. HK.WlMli'Mvw' Ira MA ng M . Afc,lH vJFJ fcnr- .aS&$l&&mM Ml OT . Established ' I887"' !! HlfJHIkg m W MT. VERNON, " voluub xxiv. ROCKCASTLE; COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH, 24. 1911. NUMBER 20 j4& &&: &&cyt'A.dteK$fcrK FOR STATE TREASURER ftac&x&x&x Very Low Af The New Store Af """"BBaaaKir&iMaSpHHnKBntnS&l Si JHMMHMMfiAnBHaHR v. . KmAcvVXui For9 th Nxt " " " " rices 1 Days Popular Prices, 7? ON FURNITURE, RUGS, MATTING, STOVES g AND RANGES. ALSO MEN'S SUITS: l$8.50 suits will go for WBilirfffW-inTBWrBnr1tiiii Wr-vlHnMffi- f f 'tf THE Celebrated G only will bo on display at our store Saturday March W ' i?) 23. This shoo is noted for its snap, stvlo and long dura jn bility. We havo all lasts A to E; all sizes 2 to 7 in Low outs.rv Yf and Pumps; in patent leather, gun metal and suedes. Don't ft fail to drop in and look the new shoes over while down town. ft. for wo havo something now, something that will set oil that sJ, new Spring costume made for SHOES SELBY SHOE I women 9.50 10.50 of this " " " " $5,90 6.90 - 4x 7W Think And the Gingham Sale goes on for than manufacturers cost. nWBhMByfi.fftffif-- r JO days more. regular JOc staple check for only 6 J -- 2c and 34c to less x Don't fail to see them. k. v r Our Dry 'Goods Department patterns m dress goods in tho, W v We have p? prettiest innterials and coloring, including tlie new (meets yj in grays, blues and lavenders. VV Rli ITM.Ii.. Valium OIll, ow vuu ir.ili.na Vvr. B iwn i" ww Jk line "ll.!.... ' " " " 35 Tan Hlaclc Taffetta Silks. Mesollno, Foulards Demities, all tho best and newest thing!, found tit our store. nil tho newest V lai'lwP on, .. L. H. RHSi and busines' man. ' He is one fef the most widely- known you tg Democrats of the State, andlwniivi and counsel is always:jfndei He is a tireless vvorlj r, and is never hap-pier than whj engaged in a politi- cotnbauj cal He is tT ll rother of the Hon John Sformer Reprefenta- C ess Irom tile Hurd tive in district Mr. Rhen tands in the foremost rnttK.s at n le, and his friends throughout he State think hi name on t late Ticket would bring muctrfatrtjngVh to the party a - DAVIS, -- M S9C THOS. S. Mr. Thomas S. Rhea, of Logan county has authorized the an nouncement of hi", candidacy for Treasurer of the State of Ken tucky subject to the action of the Democratic "Primary election to be held (&$& want io get a fight out of Major tust ask hiul if he is still standing at the rack and taking his fodder. .. BOYS Progress SUITS M Madoby KOOH. SHAFFNER & ADLER. Wo havo: values In Boys Suita, in Uustor Urown and V some fajill-coo,eddown-- Ifyou Juh, ist-ign- . iiui;iiUi uuuni;i ntjiuo PK16b W -w U.UU B CO ww t-- ,-s mW r B G mi Mr. Uliea isa native of llussell- ville ntid has lived there all his Hie. For ibur years he was Sheriit of Logan Couhty. At the expira tion of mi term of offico be was elected Vice President ol the Bank i t . - II 110 D II E A 1) . Mrs. William Lyons, of Lyons Statiou, visited Mrs .Toe Laws first of the week Mrs. Emma Farris vvhn 1iq HnOn trititmcT Vfrc TT tl o sake of evervona In tllo ti family. inInsist last drnn. For on leaving &trnilv thfl j Burns 'white, clear mill f of RiisStllsville and has since that time been 'the general manager ol thebiuk. He holds this position ow aud has made for himself an T. I Tharp returned to her home in Crab Orchard last "week. Miss Mvrt'e Murray, of Crab Orchard, is visithagi her aum, MhjS, Lillie V.Z'w.J i1 arris1. vttXoiT'Vi fee1 ' visifeif HIS sister, Miss Katie, Price last week. J. C. Gibbs and- faniilv left last Sunday 'or Phoenix Arizona wher-- ) they will locate. Miss Etta Frith visited her consin, Miss Carrie Frith, at Gum Sulphur, last week. Mont Roberts, Henry aud Cleve Brooks were at home Saturday aud Sunday. Earl Tharp left Sunday night for Baxter, Ky., where he will work-witthe bridge carpenters. Miss Ella Belle Newlaud is very sick this week. Mrs. Judith Chestnut Mrs. is visiting her daughter, Agnes Herriu, of Crab Orchard. Cashier A. M. Hiatt went to Frankfort Thursday on business. Miss Judith McCall spent Sunday at her home in Maretburg, Mrs. VV. T. Brooks aud Mrs. Sallie Roberts were in Crab Orchard Wednesday visiting Mrs. Jude - Smokeless Bootless Odor moro les C'oits no- tt ncon tnnn in ferior tank KlnW' Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer haa It in banol3 direct from our worlds LOUISVILLE, KY. Auto 0!lv Jtcflucry at Warren, Pa. Motor aasollno, Wim Jon3JJ tiC Solite Lamn Oil "So-Cn- rl 1 CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO., UkU-tlrmle I 11 rm fJ i Tmgcr;iraTT?JLJiv.i .ii n in i nwn-ff- iF "r T O O Y s s u eijviblft (aiitatiojixno.fyjncierJiV,ftHbt LI V1N08T0 James Neal nas returned from Paris with a broken arm.- - The Christian Church will try the plat 01 getting u raue 01 peonies, it i nothing but right to help all churches, and what we waste fool ishly if we would give it to some thing like this the world cvculd get hlong better and we would be none the worse off- .- We are having a quiet time now. All is peace and q tieiude. Everybody is at peace with his neighbor aud brotherly Jove seems to abound. There is no gossip and everybody seems to be attending to their own business. But about the time we get redv to have our love least some big Ike will start something and get us in a muddle attain. ing Mrs. Hergrtf'.Rice. Mrs. G. D. Cook is with lierffather. Judge J. B. Lair, of n :arJNlj. Vernon, who is very sick.' Mrs. J 0. McGuire of E'jst Bernfiladf, was here SunMrs. day visiting her .daughter, Hugb.Jenkins.-fSM- r. and Mrs. Har ry Gehring .have 4 moved back to Louisville. :A: little boy of Filard McClure is tveryj low of typhoid fewr. 2K TT nHniHmi!!i!!nn!HI!n!!n!i!mmfnf!!!!!!!!!!f!!'Uf!!HI KfiF I ll" K r But if yon can E: h B Little'Herbert Adams the wjis-$buine- $ SPrcgrcteQ Clothes. S t Clothes. boy that so badly, Watson of died ThursdnvRev. Mt. Vernon.frfled his regular . tell us what a youii" man is doing with r2 his money, wo can make a pretty good guess as to what financial condition ho :5 lie in in twenty yoars will National Hats Ki-a- That new slinpo in Derhies. Telescope, and brown. Price SS.5 ftO in Stetson Hats $3.50 Buckeye Pants S3.0 black, w A Price $1.50 to $5.00 Boys Pants 50c to 1.50 Fountaine Shirts :. GUARANTEED NOT TO FADE Price $1 to$1.5o '.' . j Arrow Brand Collars Price 15c or 2 for 25c HOSIERY t i i We have the most complete line of Hosiery that has ever been carried in this town. Wo have all prices children and Misses hose in all colois. ' MORE NEW GOODS COMING IN EVERY DAY. SUTTON I WE dcxxx: MT. VERNON, KY. :35Cexxx. Presbyterian church here'Sundav and Sunday night. ProfrDiclcerson has moved into his property purchased of Bill Shelton. Mi's Mary Hagan is having her 'bouse repaired. The Ladies Aid Sociity of the Baptist Church gave, a .supper Wednesday Maurice Brown was on Tuesdays night to raise money to repaint the VVsjr.ll. Cotlongim of Pine local en route to Mt. Vernon. Mrs church. D. Hall is visiting at Wildie this Hill, was in' our town Tuesday.J. week, Mrs. Oscar Argenbright Ed Woodall, of Loudon was here is visiting in Cincinnati this week. on business Tuesday. M. M. Marshal Cam Mulhus has begun to Poynter and lid McUluie were in collect the towti tax. We ate Paris Tuesday. Our town is full glad to hear that Mt. Vernou has of stores and all seem to be doing a some lights and are going to get good bnsiuess. W. M Baker has more. Just keep the good work moved' backr to his farm on Piney going and never let up until voti Branch Farmers are beginning get your little town sufficiently to turn the soil aud mother earth lighted. Of cottrse.we never look has put ou a green dress. The for a necessity in Livingston for if buds have becun to swell and all they were to get such a thing nature seems to smile for once started here, there would be two again spring is here. A little fun for it and two against it. Every now and then is relished by the man must furnish his own light in best of men and this time we have Livingston or prowl in tho dark. a joke that would make the mau Several went to Londcn from here laugh that never smiles. One day Monday to attend the Command-er- last week J. C. Bullock, better meeting at that place. We known ns "Major", went to the woul.l like very much to have barn to fix the feed rack. There gone but we are not quite that high was ore slat knocked off and he up the ladder et. Some people got np on the trough stuck his disapprove of secret orders aud bead through the rack and nailed contend it is wrong. But we are the slat on. When he bad finished in favor ol anything that will tend nailing ou the slat he threw his to make men better. And if secret hammer down and when he went orders will serve this purpose, then to gat out be fouud his head was amen to them. fastened between the slats. He It is a settled fact that the Dis- could not get down nor could he patchers will not be moved (or the get his htmmer. Alter standing time being tnd niav lie here for in this uncomfortable position lor some time. We are glad that they some time, he began calling for were not moved for it would have help. His son Bill beatd him callhurt our town very much. J. H ing and went to his assistance. Browning, who has been very sick, But upon reaching tho door he saw is better and is able to be out again his father standing on the feed The Livingstou Grocery Com- trough with his he fastened iu pany is the style of the new firm, the Jack, he begin laughing and it Rigg & Mullins on Main .street op was some time before he relaased posite Eight Gables. Mrs. Bill him. Bill claims he had to stuv Fields, of Stanford, has been visit- - away fion him all day until bis - atthe Er from no w. r5 -- writ t y Vory truly yours. Jim McCall was in town last week. Dr. Francis, a dentist, ot Mt. Vernou was iu town Wednesday and he will be hereon Tuesday of every week to practice dentist y. Mrs Sylvan Bordes visited her - PHONE . parents in Mt. Vernon last week. Mrs. Will Potts is visiting her parents at Withers Ky. Miss Etta liiuuiaiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiauaiiiiiiiiiiuatiiiialu Cable?was in Livingston Saturday aud Sunday to see her mother who is under treatment there. Judge Bethurum, Judge Lewis, Sheriff Attorney Gentry and $X&AiPX:'tfi Nicely were in town Tuesday. 11 lTlSiN'TAiN WASIMAJN IT ISN'T A ftQDAfV Mr. T. S. Frith who has been sick lor several weeks is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Jop Albright TV to4 '5! passed through bete Sunday on Mrs. their way to Maretsburg Albright will visit relatives aud friends here before she returns to k her home in Lebanon. Miss Nan S6 nie McWhorter visited in Crab' '?3S '''UlnM&yi' Orchard Saturday aim isunda. l Photographer Eberhart is iu town this week. I. G Frith bought Jvt. THE BEST CREATION S another team of mules from Francis Borders for $400. Our merchants have all received their lines of A. E. Albright new spring goods. and little daughter, Nina, were in way of making Pictures The Easy, All Cincinnati last week. Roy Robins with tho bother left out. We carry a full lino of KODAKS? of the Spitler Sanatorium is visiting and Kodak Supplies. Ask us for a Kodak Catalog. in town Wells. Tho young :3 men with the bank ac- l)e the business men. counts will 3 22 The men of affairs, of the future. They will bo tho employers or labor. Iho men 3 who do things. You np; men htarl a bank account with us zS I S PEOPLES BANK. V&$tec$3csx 1 JJW4 KODAK a-- If you have trouble in getting rid j of jour pold vou may know that von ate not treating it properlv,' Ti.ere is no reasoti why a cold should Inng on for weeks and it will not if vou take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For sale by CHAS. C. DAVIS, LEADING jn ( DRUGGIST, MT. Phono 89 VERNON, KY Chas,vx)iC3rcC JXDXDoOeXT h 5J WDt wv? , sr - ., ,ihi. . ' n f Uwi w err, I r ,- -' tm An important case win decided 3ijt!lt.M JIO by the Court ui Appeals, Wednesday tf They the Demorratic voters ot the State in the counteracted and nullified. matter ol Hunt's adminisKtttDAY, Mch 24 91 lentil nothing that 1.. Rood but o that I raaj, ,i such primary be1 trator ngainst the Louisville and everything bud. The boys vWio the icoiLuent ol the honot I Seel;, Nashville Iiailway Company. spend their evenings in the sacred "In seeking this nomination I do Hunt was employed asn flagman Published every Friday by precincts of home, with good books so with the full knowledge and and wheujbis train was stopped for EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, for their companions are the future understanding of the responsibilitreasons now unknown, lie was hope of this republic; they will fill ies, which by virtue of the high sent oack to stop anothtr train our legislative and congressinhl office, must not necessity be in- which was sell exactly we by a personal call Instead w approaching. $I.0O ONK YKAR SUBSCRIPTION halls, and sit in judgement upon cumbent upon me if elected, under- of stopping the train and keeping men and uiensutcs, while the boys standing that in the immediate prices, is the largest in out of the way of it as was his w Advertising rates made knaun on who run the streets will fill our future of this State the action of duty, he remained 011 the track ... .1. , nltti nKinrnr mirl be lowest considered, are notlllaliflnrtaL ..,. .It. f M.i..f ...!. - win ,.,.....,..... ai y where Hb.in.--. application iiiuea nnrt was run over and killed. The lunatic itevlunib. Parents who are to do with its ultimate progress, Court of Appeals in dismissing the' m. luro luutcu Mwa ami unuersinuuing maun a greai case Mlys is tliat it was not the duty 01 uctcuwy win imve uruKcn nturis measure me prosper'iv anu nap- - 0f the niilway MBMJ1HR OF :o m pa ay to send n Rockcastle KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ana oowea down neaus in tnc pines- - ot her people will be pro guard along with the fhgtnan to awakeniu years that will in- - luuiuu ur reimueu u uie iiiiiucuueb keep htm offthet.ack as he was evitably follow. exerted by her Chief Executive 'supposed to be able to take care -- Being my native State, wherein o himself. The Rockcastle circuit Wil owe it to tlie comuinuity in I have grown to an age past the C0lirl gave the aimiuistralor a which we live to do everything meridian of life, and in whose verdict for $7,000 damages agaiust we can in even way possible that prosperity I have always rejoiced, the rallway company, Hon. Robt will be to its advantage. Our I shall give to this position, if Harding of Danville, and Alty. C. every hat. been delight neighbor's prosperity means a AfcNOUNCKMKNT. elected to it, every enort ot my c. Williams represented Hunt's We nre authorized to announce O. great deal more to us than some are sold been seen mind to bring this State, during administrator We my M. BALLARD as a candidate for Repre- one's who lives elsewhere. administration, material good. sentative of Rockcastle and Laurel coun- should hear this in mind in buying price Sai.kj1 will offer .or rent to I shall tell to the State, in addresses ties subject fo the action of the Repub- our gcods. We can afford to pay the highest and best bidder, on I expect to make those things for lican party. our home man a firm price for his which I stand and which I could Monday, March 27, 1911 at 11 We art authorized to announce R. G. wares rather than send our money will one not at this time elucidate to the o'clock a. m , the (aim of Emily WKBU, as n candidate for Representatnc away, knowing as we do that myself or those to Muliins (deceased) cousistiug of of Rockcastle and Laurel counties, subsatislaction of will hold fire over or dwelling house, garden, out build- ject to the action of Uii'Rcpublican par- every dollar our own citizen makes whom this is meant to address. will help in sustaining our schools, ty. uigs, one store house ana about 30 and AS TO PLATFORM CON churches and public institutions. acres to in corn 10 acres of the We are authorized to announce 1. ft. VENTION. best bottom land in Ky., and a Thompson .v, a candidate for Representa- - It pays richly to patronize home teve of Rockrastle nncl Laurel counties, industry. good place for a store. I will rent subject to the action of the Republican "I am a Democrat from principal ror , or . earSi party. If we look only for crooked trees and have always been,- and one W. B. SlGMON, A dm. in the Umber, we will find plenty thiug I shall urge as a Democrat Muliins Station Ky. BK&T WAY. of them; but we will pass by many and especially as a Democratic canThejnost common cause of inTub speediest and easiest way to straight, beautiful trees and never didate is that a convention of the somnia is disorders of the stomache benefit mankind would be for notice them. So, too, if we look Democrats of Kentucky be called Chamberlain's Stomach and L.1.0 every person to reform their own only for blemishes in the character by the governing authorities of the Tablets' correct these disorders and life, regardless of what others are of others, we will find them; but party for the purpose of writing a enable you to sleep. For sale by doing. Such a policy wbuld bring we may not notice the tnany'good platform of priuciples so th it the Chas. C. Davis about a cbaugc for the better in qualities that thev may possess. world may know for what the both public and private affairs, The world would be happier if Democratic party in Kentuckv Hpo3gaC$gDocS$'sgX C$8c3gDfeD0ClC3 and so after' the relationship of the people were a little more gen- stands. When this convention mankind that everyone would erous with their praise. There is shall be held is a matter of in Rockefeller-Aldricinterests in &X stnckly mind his own business. too much flattery, but a word of difference, so it is convened R control of the Intercontinental Meddlesome persons who are con- just appreciation would cheer the sufficiently early in the campaign Rubber Company of Mexico have tinually prying into othei people's heart and strengthen the hands of to be made against a common enpurchs-eall the rubber fotories affairs and carrying tales between manv a discouraged worker in the emy, so that the Democrats of Ken Caused Sore Throat and Ton-- ' and ruhber lands owned by the I friends and acquaintances create a home, in the school, iu the church tuckv may be able to make their silltis. Restored by Madcros. for $20,000,000 gold. great deal of mischief are best con- and in the world. fight upon a platform they adopted. Peruna. Earl C. Huntsmin, running on tented when they can spread "1 might say further that I Mr. W. H. a good roids and tax oform JUDGR William M. Reed, of scandal. It seems more natural to no faction nor have I ever H o u s l e y, platform, was nominated for Reprefor them to sneak ill of Paducah, made his formal an belonged to any faction political in Stoayolnt, sentative bv Ik Uepublicins of a pet sou than to utter words of nouncement Tuesday as i candi- - Kentucky. I apoeal to all classes Toitnsee, COMPLETE LINE writes: Allen defeating two count), piaise, and their habit ol gossiping date for the Democratic nomination of individuals to give dueconside" years "Flj Collins, Caskets and Kobrs, opponents. ., become so fixed that they can talk for Governor. atlon to my 6laims, and if upofi'd e as"brjl a verys, severe AH Mnilr Tolesmph or Tote . scandal almost unconsciously. It Judge Reed's announcement is consideration it is th- - honett be cold which When you mjuvo rheumaMsm 1:1 -phono orders Promptly is just as easy to say good words as follows: lief, and so expressed at thp' polls, resulted In foot or instep apply Chamber-Iain'- s vour &MvvKSS.!3JK: SJMKMI9 Lin'ment and you will get "To the Democratic Voters of that I would batter subserve in la srppa. I lor friends nnd acquaintances, even Filled. quick relief. It costs but a quarter. Believing that every the interest of the State and of th never w a a if not wholly deserved, as it is to Kentucky: & so bad off. I Why suffer? For sale by Chas. C speak ill of them, and the effect on man, at certain times in his life people than auy other who is an was in bed olx x $rvyr&-- ngvBnps Davis. & the community is always beneficial must answer to the call of his aspirant or may become one of p-HSALESMAN WANTED to look in a general way. Scandal gathers country, whither it may be his such distinction, I shall feel very weeks, ana when I did a ter our interest in Kockcjstle strength as it travels by word of personal desire or not, and having grateful." get up I had nnd adjacent counties Salary or of mouth and can never he recalled been solicited from every sectiou ton s Itfs J&&5x?5ffl0MHBH Audreys The Harvey Commission. when once in circulation. The Louisville General Council arid (ore Mr. W. H. Houaley. Try of the State to become a candidate throat. Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio speaki-- g well of everyone and see for the Democratic nomination for will be asked to contribute to the "I tried to cure this for eighteen having been over fund to secure the Democratic months, but It gradually got worse, 'a what a change it will make in Governor, and doctor advised me to have my tonsils TRADE MORAL Joan of Arc your own happiness as well as in whelmingly importuned by the national convention. cut out, but I did pot lllcc tho idea. was the only woman on earth people of ray immediate section, the welfare of others. Another doctor examined me, nnd told and appreciating fully the honor it me the same thing. I finally got a able to resist a bargain advere I of Peruna. nnd. after I had tahen Tub worst habit that boys can would be to any man to be the tisement and she's dead. If one hottlo my throat was better. For Infants and Children. fall into is that of loafing around Governor ot this great Common bought and used you've got a bargain in somedozen The Kind You Havo Always Bought eaw J was going toa get well,bottles, and on the streets at night. It is then wealth, after mature deliberation, nnd I did." thing, advertise it to the womthey cast their lot in slipperv I now announce myself as a canBears tho places when at any moment they didate for such nomination. ucMm By a01 peculiar ring found on a en folks in this paper. Signature of a sneieton aiscoverecl on linger are likelv to fall troin grace. All "I shall endeavor from now the site of an old roadhous-- . the If. yon are having any sucli trouble nbout your watch 61 clock, mystery surroundi g the disapKILL, the pearance of KugeneC. Woodmansee AND CURE the LUNGS just turn it over to us and if it dons not run all O K. it will forty four years ago from Nobles-ville- , cot you nothing Wo guarantee our work. Give us a trial. Ind., has been solved. Wo do all kinds of soldering and repair work. w,th Judge H. Clay Howard, of Paris Ky., United States Minister to Peru has appointed Albert W liryau, of Baltimore, as legation AT DR. S C DAVIS' DRUG STORE, FflR Ric?m clerk at Lima. Judge Howard Tllal Bottle Freol V7QJ.OS ... THROAT AND UIN0TH0UBLES. said no Kentuckian applied for arjUALL KY. the place. QTJABANTEED SATISFACTORY! KILLS A MURDERERr Oil MONEY BEFUNDED. thf.M OV MT vi:rnqnjignal J 1 ymv inri nr.ble i taught tJivMi .til ihe thtc of th primary thCtlr e.U i0 I to jTCiCUt in y elaiinj to r3k&x: $$pj&::$x x;c2Sc3&xxk that we what advertise. quality That's why I J EE That our stock uamm-H.-.-- T"? u,xii.-uiiv- c !.. c . I the to town and our had McKENZIE'S the most popular Furniture house in ' ORIENTALS RUGS EUROPEANS DOMESTIC. i This department a has it Thes Rugs have at the right customer who to bought right and AIRTIGHT HEATING STOVES that heat room, two rooms thevhole house and night Price $375 up I - S. B. McKENzlE. THE FURNITURE ill " i Phone H3 MT VERNON, KY BAD CASE : OF GRIP h 3ortoecDe3gX0X PC$3$ Dqcjjflqje3c3$ jdyx3&frp$& d GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Ky fi he-lo- 1 Brodhead ffr-l. . f i several 1 1 liHP JrtH . ttyc9fcrDC&D&? !kr'v?P?;l3 V' i "V"" l9 bot-ti1 CASTOR A WATCH? I Ty DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME? IF NOT, WHY NOT? COUGH SELZ ROYAL BLUE Dr. Keng'i New Gissmry roycHs FRANK MOORE, MT. VERNON, I Shoe Value isn't in the Price You Pay; its in the pleasure in wearing the shoes. They must fit right, os well as look right. That's the reason that SELZ shoes, made on foot form measurements ami fitted to your feet by export salesmen, make it easy to buy shoes here; and make it an everyday joy.to wear the shoes after you've bought them You Children Cry FOR g;t YOU WANT SMART STYLES IN SHOES and theie's no reason you shouldn't get that as well as quality and fit. It's a marked feature of our SELZ lino; tho snnrt; snappy, styles that young men like; and that older men don't object to. A merciless murderer is Appen dicitis with manv victims, but Dr King's New Life Pills kill it by prevention. They gently stimulate stomch, liver and bowels, preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis, curing constiDENTIST pation, Headache, Biliousness. MT. VERNON, KY. Chilli 250 at Chns. C. Davis. Office at residence on Main SI. Crown and Bridge "Work a Specialty Work guaranteed. ' FOR FLETCHER'S iifi FLETCHER'S CASTOR w n R A ' R. W. DYCHE ch many arc interested just . Chamberlain's Cough uie'y has won its great reputation arid immense sale by its re markable cure of !ds. It can always be depended upon. For by Chas.C. Davis e How to cure cold is a question in Children Ciy j 'wwa Anti-Pai- n phi. Mount Varnon Monenla aay. I CASTOR, ' A POSTED. Any one guilty of trespassing on my UNDERTAKER property will bo proseuuteJ to tho full extent of the liuv. Mks Maijala JoneS, Mt Vornon, Ky 3 C MoCLARY and EMBALMEB TaKe What Pill ? Why, a Dr. Miles' Pill, SELZ SHOES here for men, women and children. Wo Guarantee SELZ SHOES. SUCCESSOR TO McKENZIE & McI3EE Wi T. FRANCIS, Dentist. Mt. Vernon, Ky. -'- - ord. Ky CHAS. B. McKENZIE a Homo and office In tho Into roslilenco ATTORNEY-AT-LADr. Myers formerly occupied on Old Main St., Mt. Vernon. By repuest, MT. VERNON. KY. tho unfinished work contracted by Dr. ifirOFFICE. Ou 2cd. floor o fvnrta will li nnmnlotfl liv Dp. Vriin Ho la nre- - The BankofMt. Vernon, on Church-ocia without extra chanro. . . ... rtittAlt t parea to do nnjtlilng intno dontai lino aireci. IhhmIhI AaHflAtl b'--" own and Bridge work a siwolaltj . to collections. 'Ci I phone No. 80. All work guaranteed. I C.C. Williams, ....... r tl .733bw 'V" Manufacturer of nnd miDEALER. nSInrblos and Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. tv&SSz V- of course. Good for all kinds of pain. Used to relieve Neuralgia, Headache, Nervousness, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Kidney Pains, Lumbago, Locomotor Ataxia, Backache, Stomachache, Periodical Pains of women, and for pain in any part of the body. "I have used Dr. Miles' medicines for over 13 year and find tuem excellent. I keep Dr. Mile' Anti-Pai- n PlUs In the house alt the time and would not think of taking a journey without them, no matter how ahort a distance I am golnc. cannot praise them enough." Miss Lou M. Churchill. 63 High St, Penacook, N. H. At all drugatiti. 25 dotM 25c. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. ( J wmi nnnlication. ' Phono 112 GEO. OWENS Propr i 1 t I . jj. $RNON M T1IIPWH "lllWf II.i)iB'ipihJj'IiiI1 , .J j, nt, ,xl rrjj.i lk - SIGNAL!' died-Saturda- j.- small child of Jim - Winsted Mt Vhrnon.Ky. Mch. 24 Coll up "No, 79" when rf Q you wnnl to Communl' 1$ ij 1911 yy Mrs. John Cain, of the Maret burg section died Sunday. r7 Lazy people are as worthless as dead ones, and lake .ip lots more room- xirwuv?!'1 ig.'fiwvj' QUEEN & CRESCENTTiOUTE- L... -- -. Excursions 19x1. The first excursiou of tho season via the Queen & Crescent Route to Cincinnati, O. will be operated Sunday,' April 9, 1911. Special train. For full patticulars call on Ticket Agent f H? kf ...... r . i -- Sir- &.. - tA..''.'"" ! i3 i"NvcjTMnrfin'-',vap- - ry??rH5 '& Louivuc Afk(Hviucn tBwi' TIME TABLE. - n. 20. 'S 22 24 2!1 north north . 4.55 pm 3:52 a m south 11:44 am 21 South ...; 12:19 am Tas. Landrtjm, Agent. Phone No. ,s8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poatoffice .. m trond'OlMi mall matter. "-- '' " EERSONAL - ,. rm ". Atty E. R Gentry was in Brodhead .Tuesday. S. C. Franklin hr.s been in Bertha for the past week. Judge J.'B Lair is still in a very critical condition. Brown has opened a R B grocery store near the depot. Atty. C. C. Williams has been in London most of the week. Dr. E J. Brown was down from Sta .'ord Sunday to see Judge I air Mrs G. S Hiatt and Miss Rilla Hiatt were in Louisville this week Will Perciful and George Olontz of Pittsburg are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Britton spent Saturday aud Sunday in Maretburg. J. T Bowling was here from Louisville Law School from Friday until Monday. A C. Hiatt and family have moved to tbe Ashcr property in the West End. S E. Chaudler and daughter, ol Maretburg, passed through yesterday enroute to Kuoxville. Miss Myrtle Brvant has returned from Blanche. Ky where she has been teaching a private school. Mr. and Mrs. O. FVall!n visited Mr. Wallin's patent's uear Crqpprchard first ofJthe,weck, Mrs Fannie Adams and little niece, Tevis Bethurum,Spent last week with Mrs. Jcnes. at Middjes-boro. Mrs. A. H. McFerronol "Breezy Hid" iswith her ' son R. L. aud daughter, Mrs. E. Cox. Misses Cclia Brvant, East Mc-Ferr- B Hern-stad- t, v and Mury Bryant, of Pitts burg, have beeli with relatives here since Saturday. Willie Cummins, a son of Mat Cummins near town has returned to Hamilton, Ohio, where he hud a position waiting. and Mrs. John Robins. Roy Robins, of Brodhead were Walter the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham yesterday. Mrs Ballard, widow of the late Tom Jim Ballard, of the Big Hill section will visit her son G. M. Ballard here tomorrow Mrs. Nancv j. Squires, State Deputy, L O T. M , is here from Morgantown, W. Va., in the interest of the L. O T. M at this place Maj and Mrs.V. A. Miller, of Washington, D C., after a visit of several days with the family of W. J. Sparks, left Wednesday for Ash ville, N. C. Maj. Miller has been in the U. S. service for over forty years. LOCAL , Preaching at the Presbyterian church Sunday. I can save you money on cement See me before you build jour walk. S. B. McKei zie. j5w Dr. A. G Lovell reports the arrival of a fine boy at the home of Tom Jacobs and also M B. Arven's W : Cnrlra hurt n valuable marc to get cut :in a barbed vounir war fence this week, and it is feared ihe injury will be permanent f T ".... . "i ' Fourteen cars ot coal and coke are in the ditch at Cedar Creek near Crab Orchard. No one hurt Traffic will be delayed for several hours Tho court room was filled toils capacity last evening with interest ed hearers, to hear the lecture by Df.'Willson on the "Prevention A nnd Cure of Tuberculosis " more complete accouut next issue, I V White Wvandoite eggs for sale A P. Gabbard, the Conway at Co cts per setting, of 15. merchant, made an assignment la3t' Mks Sad it Moorh, week in favor of his creditors, the Mch. 243t Mt. Vernon Ky. Roundstone Land Co. Bad luck Mre. Georeia Ann Poteet ditd and bard times was the cause. Monday after at illness of several Don't buy your Spring Suit until weeks. you have seen the handsome line Just received a carload Lehigh on display at J. Fish's Clothing Portland cement. Store. You can get an idea of our S. B. McKbnzib. styles by glancing at our windows. Squire Chesley Payne, who was Carl Basjin, an employee nt the magistrate of the Third MagisSparks Quarry, was seriously 'in terial district, died Tuesday of jured yesterday by a dynamite pneumonia, after an illness of only cap. He was cut pretty badly a few days. about the face. Dr. Lovell was The Woman's Club will hold its called to dress his wounds. March Social meeting at the home The property owners on New ot Mrs. E. S. Albright, Friday comb Ae. have started a move- March 24th at 8 o'clock. ment to clean up the street in front Piano Solo, Miss Frances Sparks of their places. With two more Nature Lovers Creed. pieces of side walk this street Minutes and business. would be one of the prettiest in Roll Call Response, Quotations town. on Nature. Mrs. R W. Dycheentertaiued Vocal Duett, Miss Aloe Miller, a few friends at dinner Suncay in Mrs. Annie Miller, honor of Dr. Dyche's birthday Paper "The City Beautiful," Those present were Misses Anna Mrs. Cl;o Brown. E. Tate and Virginia Davis, Messrs Solo, Miss Bess Sparks. C. D. Sutton, S B McKenzie, W. AJdress "Foreit Preservation" H. Miller and Shirley Tate. Rev. Geo. S Watson. Piano Solo, Miss Claudia Dodson NealTarretx is having considerable trouble getting his plaining Social hour. mill started. The engine which he The penuy campaign begun bj installed is enadequate for the the Repair aud Improvement comother machinery aud it is necessary mittee of the Presbyterian church to take that one out and put in a in January; to raise oue quarter larger one. He will probably use mile of pennies for the purpose of steam instead of the gasoline repairing the church closed Tuesengine. day evening with a final contest Tudge L. W. Bethurum says between the Reds and Blues, The that in the fnture the Sunday total amount raised was $227 50 closing law must be observed in The plan for raising this hind which upon by the pastor Rev Mt Vernon by all business houses. hit George S. Watson, was a most We want to commend Judge I)tv thurum for taking this stand on unique smt catchy, and gaver every enforcing one of the best laws on one un opportunity who desired to help, no matter how small, from the statute books of R ntucky. a penny up. Contracts were let Eugene Taylor, a son of the Monday for covering audpaperlpg. lale "TonrTaylor, .vas burned of the building and the sidewalk pretty badly about the body last which was contracted lor last fall, Monday morning. Young Taylor will be built just as soon as possible. was asleep on the counter at the It is the intention to have all the Miller hotel and turned a lamp repairs nnn improvements nil comover which, ignited his clothing. pleted by April 11M1 nt which time While his burns were very painful the Traosylvarh Presbyteria meets-iwere not at all serious Mt. Veruon. The committee Every now ond then we meet composed of Rev. Watson, A. B. up with some hair brain, who Furnish and S. C. Franklin, ably objects to improvements, and bases assisted by Mr. James Maret and bis arguements against it upon others deserves special commenda the theory that our fore fathers did tion for their successful work, in so and so, and what they hud aud securing the amount set out to the way they did things, is good get within the required time. In addi'iun to the penny fund for enough for the people now. Such repairs, an additonal $ 50 was rais numb skulls are a menace to society and deserve no recognition ed during the contest between the Reds and Blues, which goes to whatever from their fellowmen. purchase a new pulpit and some Mr. C. H. Watson, treasurer of new chairs. the Henry Clay Fire Insurance Co. The committee and others have was here Tuesday and Wednesday. ever reason o feel justly proud ol Mr. Watsonjs very optimistic and their splendid success. can see a great future for the Mr. Watson was Henry Clay. W C. Kirby was fined in the talking principally ' Silver Mines" County Court yesterday for violat in Missouri in which he is largeh um the Sunday closing law. This interested, incidentally dropping indictment came about as the result in a word now and then in behalf ol what was termed a "rough of his brother-in-law- , Liuet Gov house." nt Kirby's restatlrant be Cox, who has recently Hnnonnced tween 12 and o'clock laLt Sunday for the Governorship on the re- morning. The County Judge say publican ticket. ho intends to enforce the Situdax wen, me rignt-o- t way lor 'lie closing law with thti business pike over the hill has been secured houses in Mt. Vernon atjd we think and there is no reason why some' he is exactly tight Oil course the definite steps should not be on drug stores have av right to open hand to start the work, if it is when medicine is wanted nnd the Those who dry goods stores haveVa right to ever going to start. subscribed should pay in their furnish articles for fureals, but for subscription or let it be known that general stores to open toSdo a gen they do not intend to pay. J It bad end business every time aVustom been charged several times that er comes urouud fc a practice there were some Uvho signed the which should not be and matrV of subscription for trie pike over tle the Sund ly customes are people hill, who never had any intentions who could and wo ild makewdl of navin hm Mtnnlv staned in thtfie purchases on Satnrday just .j. listXbigher than as well, if they kn w they could order to run the Richmond road fgpple, who not be able to get the goods on This vit lation of the were also making a strong light Sunday. begins Sunday closing law lias long been ood we want to say tha to look like the charge fa about a practice, not with one or two, true. There h ve been only three but Aith most every business man or four men who have t aidyii ne in towtij nnd had it not been, for penny aituuugn tne suDctf( ."on the mnnins; wfdeoten of tht- milt list showed over $ 2000. What we mead stand, we doubt if this law want is these lew n lies m pile, would be enforct'd at this time, and if it is not going to be built but all have to be treated alike and Cnek, d vn Skege-is stop theretoie, thf oideris a sweeping talking about it nnd build in that oieand Cnint Jud e fiethuntm will be dealt with where n.e a.s all tmcC,,oll 0r fee l.t people will come across with tl Kir alike who open their places of bus It is an ev iness on Sunday for the transaction pari of the burden. fact that the road will net- - ot any business, except in extreme? dent be built unless the tnonev is paid cases- nl emergency where sickness in with which to build it. aud death deinuuds it. j 1 j carload Lehigh Portland cement. Get my prices before you bay elsewhere. S. B. McKicnzik. Just received W. A. Buckler. General Passenger Agent Cincinnati, O. Rockcastle cdlihty, got together the other day and held nu Arbor day celebration all by therasolves. They first tnet-lthe courthouse nnd carried out an interesting literary programme, in which the pupils of the public school took a leading part. Subsequently they divided out in companies and orT 100 trees plauted seventy-fivalong the principal strdets. on the graded school lot and in other eligible locations. There will be another Arbor day in October nndxat that time the people of Mt. Vernon are to have another celebration jmd Ho some THey expect to more planting. keep up the work intil every street in the town is mied with beautiful and flourishing, trees. If they do not falter in tbei good Intentions .Mt. Vernon will w: a much more attractive city in a Tew years than it is an present. Arbor day has never been' as generally observer! in Kentucky as it should have been, but now that the school children are getting t interested in lb ,jvork there is we shall some time see the day become an occasion of importance every year in every county in the State. The is spirit of civil improvement spreading throughout the country and there is no better method of beautifying a town than by plant ing trees along its streets and around its public buildings. Thi citizens of Mt. Vernon are to bt commended in their efforts to have a better aud more beautiful place ' to live." n ' e -- If yotir farm proLuther Montis has resumed the'prefeience. work on his SlQreJjuildjiig. on fot ducts, will bring . you equally us much in your home marketpmarket purchased ,fro)i R. A. Welch. them there, then, if the proceeds What the Courier Journal ha tn tre to be spent, spend them with say editorially of Mt. Vernon's your home merchant, provided you Arbor day celebration: can do as well there as elsewhere. "The people of Mt. Vernon. If the money is to be placed in When You Think Of the pain which many women experience with every month it makes tho gentleness and kindness always associated with womanhood, seem to bo almost a miracle. "While in general no woman rebels against what she regards as a natural necessity there is no woman who would not gladly be free from this recurring period of pain. bank and you have no bank near your home, leave it in your county seat bank; do not take it to a neigh boring county, because perhaps it Every dollar it a little nearer. treated thus harms your home county that much, for the stability of your banks, and the financial showing they are able to make, has its influence and goes to enhance the value of your laud and its products in the eves of the outside word. Come to towu Dr. PJerco'a Favorite Prescription makes weak women atronU ami nick women well, and Hives them freedom from pain. It establishes regularity, subdues Inflam matlon, heals ulceration and curia fc male weakness. Sick women arc invited to consult Dr. Pierce by tetter, free. All correspondence striotly private and lacredlv confidential. Wnto without fear and without fee to World' Dispensary Med-icAssociation, R. V. Fierce, M. D., President, Buffalo. JSJ..Y. If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and bow to euro them at borne, send 21 one-cestamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailiag only, and he will send you free copy of his great thousand-pag- e illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, edition, in paper cover. 31 stamp. In handsome cloth-bindin- np 4 al X hope-tha- tree-plantin- g THE RELATIONSHIP AND OF 1 .1 COUN'IY. Thp followingjWfill pojsed articl being sp applicable to our owi town and county that we copy H in 'ull and urge upon our piople ti apply it to Mt Veruon and figure, what the resul will be. The article is as follows: The Record i.4sdoing everything fit" p.issiblcufor thedvancemet ol the interests'of'' YJolu towiy anc county. If in its columns at some time you should find something that seems to point directly to you that uerh ips pinchvs a little, o not think it vas directed at you personally. We are not anMgoniz lug the interest of any person or persons, he they officer or civilian We vouchsafe to everyone their opinion on all ', subjects to be or civi'. they religious, and we reserve to ourselves the same right. ' W(5 are simply striving to make it a more thrifty, and a better townandcounty to live in In this agricultural community, all interests are, identical, both, in town and in the county, if the fown thrives, the county thrives with it, if the town falls, they go down together. The county seat is the seal cf government, the capit 1, the trare mark, the seat of the leading educational institutions; and the ho;ild be of the county equally as much interested in its welfare ns those who dwell within The advancement ol its limits a their commercial interests for the products o' better market of the the fnrm: ihe..bettorrat-nfacilities means better educational schools closer at home. As the value of property in your county scat advances in vnlue, so in like proportion does the value of farmAll things ing land advance being equal, give, the home town TOWN Rock-castle-and rest-dent- often, visit our churches, attend our public gathering?, get better acquainted with the people, learn the condition, of the market, the schools and all the business institutions, and then when you start to haul that load of corn, to an adjoining county to market, stop and think about the home market, and probably ycu have been looking out will change your mind and bring Wo for votxi' interest. it here. On the other hand, the countryof clothes you'll man should be made to feel that have the kind he is one ol us, that our interests like clothes that are built for are identical, aud shown that his presence is appreciated, it be is you alone. Snappy styles that accustomed to doing his tracing at stand out from the ordinary the county store in his own immediate neighborhood, that is all clothes so decidedly that, when right and proper, but perhaps yqu you see them, yon will want may interest him in something which is not obtainable at that them. store. Anyway he is a citizen of he county, aud as such is entitled Once wear Fish's Clothes, Invite bim to to consideration. come in often, to church, to the and you will always wear various'gatherings which occur, In them. ihort make him feel as much at home as possible. i The times is near at hand when if we keep up with the pace .of neighboring counties, we must all stand together and put up au united front, must work together for the common good. It is.more .han probable that in the near uture a tocacco market will be established in this county, in your MT. VEftHON.KV. county seat. This may be done ly individuals, but it may be done HAS MILLIONS OF FRIENDS If cerned to place the stock with all .y ortuing a stock company. merchcitizens, bankers he latter plan is adopted, it will classes of This method - ants and farmers. How would you. like to number, e to the advantage of all conlively interest in your friends, by millions as would create a the proposed venture, would put Bucklen's Arnica Salve does? Its stounding cures in the past forty everyone to worK its snecess. who knows, in the aears made them, torIts the best Perhaps, sores, ulcers, Salve in the world aear future factories may begin to eczema, burns, boils, scalds, cats, 40 ud, are not so far from that as corns, sore eyes,. sprains, swelungs night be irnagiued, and everyone bruises, cold sores. Has no equal In disorders and dishaving a little idle money will be for piles. 25c at Chas. C. Davis. eases of children drugs offered a chance to invest m home seldom do good and industries, sometbiug substantial, A business block was wiped out often do harm. perhaps these investments would by fire at Campbellsville, entailing Careful feeding and the great dividends a loss estimated at $50,000 with tot pay bathing are the babies' that you might be offered uway insurance of about .$5,000. remedies. from home, but you will have the utis'factiou of knowing that the re safe and sound, and that yqu unds are in the hands of hones ' t upright home people that is the In union there is strength, let not only nourishes them is get in closer touch and put up most, but also regulates I i united front in the interest ot ancastcr and Garrard county, their digestion. It is a rst, last and al'tht tune chil- YOUNG MAN We have been watching you w, ifi ". r , Scott's Emulsion food-medicine s 1 wonderful tonic for dren of all ages. They rapidly gain weight nnd health on small doses. POR SALK BY AI.I, DRUGGISTS m-a- ns Send 10c., name of paper and this ail. for Jlank ami Chill's our beauUful Sketch-nooEach bank contains a Good I.uck Fenny. SCOTT& nOWNE, 403 Pearl St., N. Y, Do vou know that of all the mi r ailments colds ore by far the oiost daugerous? It is not the cold tself you need to fear, but the serious diseases it often leads to Vlost of these are known us germ iseass. Pneumonia nnd consump-io1 n nsiBBBBrpBtoa"' 9 rlBBBBr t are among them. Why uot jke Chamberlain's Cough Remedy nd cure vour cold while you can? For sale by Chas C. Davis SELL pBEfERTILM Why Wot Bead THB Courier-Journal- ? This Particular Brand For Particular Dressers While it it true that fine clothes do not make fine men, the man well-dress- HAS NO SUBSTITUTE HENRY WATTERSON, EDITOR. WE CAN FURNISH YOU will always command attention. When you buy IpRTklZOT "Shield Brand" Clothing you are certain to get a correct fit, and plenty quality hi Prices are every garment. within reach of all. $10.00 THE LOWEST $20.00 THE HIGHEST Give us a trial and be convinced. te pOYAl . luisvivusSL rffiffKtj gjBffigpiir THE FARMERS it is the best and cheapest on tho market know The Signal AND THE Weekfy Oouner-JournaT a IpI - &AKIK Thm J$ 1 iAS Iv iVN V V AH ME It Both ne Year For Only $1.50 We can also give liberal 'COURIER-JOURNAcombi-mtiou J, H. BRANAMAN, W1LD1E, KY. This Hark of QasKty t cos cellar, s POWDER only baking movjdar mada front Royal Ctapo Oraam of Tartar BUY CJLOBK this Spring and lei) a rich harvest. rate with DAII,Y or SUN DAY u tiy Absolutely Pure Cull, write or phone mo for Write Courier Journal Company Prices - MJUMMUMEPHISPHATE MT. VERNON, KY. I FISH, ' Louisville. K., for free sam ole copy of edition you desire, but yubscnptiou be sure to send NOT to the order to this pap r ot Courier-Journu- l. llt fllH1l-t-- " iinwrawuaii .- -,j rw FREE LAND ON THE ('OUR D' . r.ii.il t j I,' ,J"-- S p.1- -. 0 "J Nr 5 o'f April 19, at which (Spe evening eve fyene rrill be given au oppor' Si v)r- - t'inon h.vv bjfti Jwrfwd tuidty to :xptcw his her views ir Hv Juo B . Fn'iOti, t'ountv Tew people liv n in tin mount- Jmlge t IMl cuiiim: V. S lid- - as to the best plan for obtaining mis sec.iun. "I have used less than one bottle of Cardui," writes ains of the outh rcalz thnt tnrt urn, .wavor ot .wiunitvouio, ami roans Gertrude Ward, of Rushville, Neb., "and am feeling Mrs. is sill land to be had from thi J. R Patterson. Mitvot ifPme-- l SENATOR PAYNTER. fifty per cent better than when I began taking it. i 25 Government at per acre vile.factitig a a commi'tee, to "Before taking Cardui, I had suffered with female When I was over in the Sound Ifjld a convention in 1'tneville trouble, for eight years. My greatest trouble was irreguApril 19 and 20 for tliu pun.osc (W. P Walton in Lexington Her country in western Wusiliu);toii larity. I also suffered with severe pains, every month, founo hill country takei of otiiauizitm what will likely be W J A Frankfort correspondent the authority for the statement that but now I am greatly improved and will recommend Carposcsbion of by themouiiinin peoplt known as the Southeastern a curv.iot.Vw, dui to all my suffering friends." Tn Senator Pa hter declined an offer of Keniuckv, Virginia and Tenn rinnrtc essee. And they were all doinj.1 this convention will be invited all of a seat on the Supreme bench, a ell. As I am now in eastern citizens of Kent .cky who cares to when thf president was filling the Washington I believe 1 have disand especially tin; citizens of vacancies Iwshm! he d.d n t want covered a similar opportunity loi those counties cemmonly know, a a Republican to be appointed- to succeed him in the Senate, then in 48 (hose who st ill' would like to come. Southeastern Kentucky counties, J This opportunity is to be (onnd on The purpose of the association to ""ch need ol Democrats This Tonic The Woman's will bo to lend such aid as possible is highly creditable to the party ihe Cour d' Aleue Reservation in The rare medicinal herbs of Cardui are Imported by Idaho just over the bolder Iroui to any efforts being made to the loyalty of the Senator and deserves ifie manufacturers direct from Europe and are not to be ' rewarded. Fairfield Township in Washington betterment of the highways of the f.inri in nnw nihpr medicine. where there is still over sixty State. It will aim to gather such , "Senator Paynier has muden good These ingredients are what give Cardui its superiority, and such as to emit i aim as a female medicine and tonic, over any other medicine, m sections of laud still open to data in connection with road build- record Una Upon ill fnunr!ff wnm. E3 settlement. ..- - en ..nnr r ni ac ve ing as is obtainable and keep it to to an endorsement 38400 acres in all d he will ladies like it, because it is so easy for which it is be furnished when requested by canvass h.,s medicine. The The couditious under which ' begin at once to nuke. t. like, so gentle, so safe, so reliable in its results, and may be taken up are as follow cities and counties that contem have tailli in its curative toiuu poweio, ucluusu ui The ouly possible hing that can a man must first see the laud and plate building roads. It will en it has helped. Try it today. lousands of other ladies be urged gainst Senator Paynter then must declare his intentions to deavor to have on band such Ladles' Advlonr Dept.. ChiManooia Medicine Co, Chittinoon. Tcnn., ...... ., .... ; il insinlC'.tons, anu take a cet tain piece of it, he may practical knowledge of roads as was his support of Loriiner, aud ias uuun, um. take irorn forty to one hundred will enable communities to calcu that should not be, i:ounted against and sixty acre.--, and then he must late with reasonable certainly the the Senator any more than a demake his first payment of twenty cost of building, etc. It hopes to cision ol a judge should be held five cents au acre. After this lit make itself powerful enough to against him. Senator Paynter was HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID has six months to get into actual have legislation enacted at the on the committee that investigated FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES He must next meeting; of the General As- the charges of bribery and corresidence on the land. 1 lilt msntlonlfig this ad. &JW&flk actually reside ou the laud tor sembly which will permit taxing ruption against' the Illinois Senator i$Z Vj3?' Established 1837 JSt fourteen months before he can set districts to raise funds for road and he says.be would not convict E&CO. LOUISVILLE,KY. JOHN a dog on such testimony as was a deed to it. The onlv improve ouildlng. V Those Ichindtbe movemeit to brought before it. Having been meats be is required to make is hold the convention call attention long on the state's highest bench the building of a .small house. mminmiHHwmimnnimmmiHmmnimfe! Mauy ot the presi nt fcdlers have to the fact that Campbell and Pavuter knows the value of gwmHim constructed ue.it little collages of Claiborne counties, Tennessee, testimony and being an honest ma. VERNON CD. and I,ee and Wise counties. Vir he could not find other than hi logs. As to the nature of the laud no ginia, acting under uioic favorable did, believing that there was no PRACTICAL evidence against irrigation is required In the laws than tho.ie in Kentucky have incriminating UNDERTAKERS. villiace of Fairfield alone where already procured the funds and Senator Loriiner. who nnv be as FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 3 irrigation is unknown more than started actual c(n?liuctiou of au guilty as can be, but who cannot - it million bushels of wheat is extensive systei.i of roids all over be convicted except on such teti AND shipped annually. The land which tnose counties, inciris a very niony as a court would accept. E3UIAUIE1IS is still to be had is rough at.d fajr highway from Middlesboro to MaBr of Toledo 1 Mt. Vernon, Ky 3 timbered but when cleared ctn Atlanta. From Uerea in Madison S.ate of Ohio, CityCounty Lucas J . much of it be farmed. The settle: county there is a fair highway to Frank J. Cheney makes oath is permitted to cut down his timber hundreds of miles north of the that he is senior partnei ol th and sell the lumber and wood if Ohio Rier and it is the especial firm of lf. J. Cheney & Co . doing Liconed Embalmor will have charge of that lino of CS in the City of Toledo. he clears and burns brush us he desite 01 the citizens of the south- business County and .State aforesaid, ami SS: work for the company. goei. Wood in the villiages of east .section behind the venture that said firm" will pay the sum o- Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearso sent to all points. Washington aud Idaho is worth tbttt the short gap between tjie ONK HUNDRiSI' DOLLARS lor y- ,. .1, I., $6.00 per cord and' lumber in the Kentucky line and Madison county wen mm even ca.-t-i 01 iaiarrnj Manager log from $5.00 to $4.00 p r be connected in order to have a uitv vaiiuui wt .iiiu uy kij uau Oflicc Mt, Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 'I his timber for the highway from the Ohio River lo of Hall's Catarrh Cure. thousand. Frank J. CintNitr mo it vellow pine, bull pine, Atlanta. before me subSworn i!iuiuitutumuimiiummiitiiiiiiumtiiiimmiuumiiimiiK fur and tamaruck. The land is iT0 BUILD SAMPLE ROAD. scribed inlomy nreence, and ,6th. this ' at present from three to thirty V day of December, A D 1886. x A. w Ouiason, (Seal) miles tiom rail ronds but new muds Onii feature of the convention Notary Public. are under process of construction. that the promoters believe will be " WEtmFUL Hall's There i an abundance or spring ol interest 10 those devoted to good icternally, Catarrh Cure is taken lfwSUALLV nrd acts din:ctlv on the kF Tceers-arji- f water. Schools will be established rqrtds ii au arrangement by which Hoocl nnd mucous surlaces of the . MP as fast as settlements warrant. in the two clays meeting 300 (eel system. Send for testimonials free. iBOARD ) (YtusfriessjrTGfrnhfsfxrftbn Tne land lies in adjoining tracts si of modem road will be built. F. J. Ciiknhy & Co.. TstiseZJefir, a uroup of lamilies from adjoining Tlje stone will be quarried, crushed Toledo, O. country could live on this new hauled, spread and rolled with a Sold by all Druggists, 75c. " Take Hall's Family Pills for y$ land as next door neighbors. steam roller. This work will be constipation. The climate is similar to that under the supervision of an expert POr&W0 of Southern Kentucky. There is road builder with a large corps of Francisco Madero, head of the not quite as much rain in summer laborers. He has been obtained at Mexican is conrevolutionists, and the winters are perhaps five large expense for this work aud a centrating his forces at some noint 01) degrees colder on the aveiagt limestone quarry at the base of n near Caas Grandes, in preparation :u Ba 6 The nights are too cool to make Pme Mountain in the city limits of it Is reported, for an attack upon :orn raising profitable but all other Piueville has been opened and a the town, which he hopes to make rains flourish. Potatoes and other fine crusher iustalled with screens the capital of the insurgents. egi tables do well and apples grow separating the rocks iuto grades The directors of the American ibundantly with little care. The delegates will be given au Wool Company, at a meeting in The rail road companies are opportunity to fee the reck taken iffering special rates to this country fiom the quarry, the same rock Boston, voted tQ.reduo the comTickets a wJt Febnmry 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27 Ot $30,000,000 t" 20,- rom March lo to April 10, from crushed and separated, hauled to mon StOCk Cc4 Bttarnlnt! stll March llth, 1911, with FrlTlleO of Exttnatoa 000,000. Chicago to Fairfield $33.00 from the road, spread and rolled to a STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS Kansas City to Fairfield $25.00. Court and LodRo Directory perfect grade, thus converting a FOR FULL PARTICULARS. CALL OH ANY TICKET AGENT, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE, Persons interested in this land mud road into a macadam road, inCOURTS on WRITE H. C. KINO. W. A. DECKIXR, writing to me will have their cluding every step taken in conCircuit Court, lt Monday in January, (4 ucncrei ro uencer Actni. rttMnzer ana i ickci Agent. lOf U. Main Street, Lolnxton, Ky. weeks i. 1th Monilnv In Anrll (two rpka. Inzatla UuMUu. Cluclncstl, 0. answered. nection therewith. promptly questions 3rd Monday in August (Hired weekn). Any one coming to Fairfiold will A banquet will be held iu the Quarterly Court, 4th Monday in each find me in the Post Office Store at Bell county courthouse on the month. Roy J. Snkll, Fairfield. County Court, lit Monday In e.icli month. Mt. Vernon Police Court, 3id Monday in Convenience Fairfield, Wn. Account AtEftfc RESERVATION, Pmeville Ky., Ma'.ch 18 SO Per Cent Better Children Cry for Fletcher's 111 -- 1 1 unj Take Tho Kind You llnvo Always BouRlit, and which has been in uso lor over 30 yours, has homo tho signature of and has been mado under ins pcr- y- sonnl supervision fdnco its infancy. fC4CUi A llnw nn nnn to deceive vou in this. arc hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooJ?xperlmcut8 that trlflo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. d" C4 1 ij Pit-Hii- ! thi-lau- d Cnslorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains ncithcx Opium, jMorphlno nor other Narcotlo substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Itaverlshncss. " It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething- Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach mid Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. 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Small amounts may bo added at any time. A savings account offers a profitable moans to realize on funds that are You may withdraw a part or the V idle, awaiting investment. i? ontiro amount at any time. With a determination to save you ftiro always welcome horo. Why not lend your money to the bank? As borrowc-i's- , we stand ready to receive such amounts as you can save from time to timo. .Wo will pay you a rogu- ' lar rate of interest on your money. We'll explain in detail if ?you will call at the bank. ATTACKS J SCHOOL PRINCIPAL v A severe aitack on school principal, Chas B. Allen, of Sylvania, Ga., is thus told by him. "For more than three years," he writes, ''I suffered indescribable tortue from rheumatism, liver aud stomach trouble and diseased kidneys. All remedies failed till I used Electric Bitters, but four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me completely." Such results are common. Thousands bless them for curing stomach trouble, female complaints, kidney disorders, biliousness, and for, new Try them. health and vigor. Only 5oc at Chas C. Davis. ' r w n liP THIS BANK OF MT. VERNON, (INCORPOIIATKD.) . 'Slfi 1 Col. Roobevelt opened the Roosevelt dam iu Arizona and made a speech on cotnerva tion. I Buy and Sbi.1, Rhalkstatk I have ou hand at present some very desirable farming laud, some mineial and timber land and some town property it's all for sale, come in and see me before vou buy.' I will sell dr exchange with you. You will find me at the Bank of each mouth. croup and for coughs, colds or Mt. A. B Furnish, Vernon. So any throat or lung trouble." LODGES Mt." Vernon, Ky. So may Asblnnd Lodge No, filo, F. .V A. M., meets do thousands of others. Asthma, Hay Feuer, La on the 2nd aud 4th Monday iu each month nt you. John W. Sickelsmith, Greensl 7:30 p. U, Grippe, Whooping Cough Hemor- horo, Pa , has three children and Mt Vernon V.oyal Arch Ch.iiiter racetn at rhages flv before it. 50c and $1.00 ike most children they frequently 2 p. in. on the 1st Monday Iu each month. Trial bottle free. Sold by Chas. take cold "We have tried several Landrum Council No. C9, meets 3rd Mon- - C. Davis. kinds of cough medicine," he says day In each month at 7:30 p. in. "but have never found any yet franklin Chtpter, Order Eastern Star, that did them as much good as meets 2nd and 4th Thiirmlay'ii at 7:30 p. m. FOR FLETCHER'S Chamberlains Cough Remedy. For Mt. Vernon Lod?o No. 310, I. 0. O. P. sale by Chas C. Davis I every A FlIiRCE NIGHT ALARM. is the hoaise, startling cough of a child, suddenly attacked by croup. Often it urotibcd Lewis Chambhn, of Manchester, O., for their four children were greatt7 subject to croup. "Sometimes iu severe at tacks," he wrote "we were afraid they would die, but since we proved what a certain remedy Dr. King's New discovery is, we have have no fear. We rely on It for nicetn Satin dny evenlnjfjit 7 o'clock Children Ory A.913 R A YOU NEVER REGRET THE COST OF AN 'dxxxSfod: 33!Cx:gcx: f rd MT. VERNON", KENTUCKY, ARTICLE IF IT PROVES SATISFACTORY mi III ) i "p R5fCs j"?r! r"1-'- " "- i.!n ?",'' yfi jr",.Pni"'"i "ffj'S,t W iw UfHDSRTAKSR. Our line of Conch Caskets is unoxcellcJ. j i Coflinsfunrished Flearse sent to all parts of tho County. Hund-innde ' J i ; All orders by Wire Promptly Filled. W. A. COX, Phono Oi-S- . MT. VERNON, KY. A. Y.OUR , ALABAMA. The best farming land in the South SHOULD BE You can buy land in Washing- torf county, Ala., for $2,5 per acre ou the Installment pan; $1 rxr acre dowatmd 50 cents per acre per montnMjntU paid for, with tio inter est or taxes. Purchasers buying My Spring stock is complete as much as ten acres now get a I show the now Ihings first lot in the new town of Alpha, free. This land ts traversed by the SOLD ONLY BY Mobile and Ohio railroad. Now is the time to buy a farm before it goes up. Write for particulars. Oscar Ponhkr, Agent. sj,'3ielHB9fcEjPE2A'"z Livingston, Ky. , ' SPRING HAT NEW HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is without doubt rhe mo9t efficient house paint on the market, and is cheapest in the end, in that it will go further and wear longer than other SWAN HAT $2.60 THE Only the best materials are used, with WHITE LEAD AS THE PREDOMINANT PIGMENT, tempered with just enough- zinc to prevent chalking quickly, as is the case where lead alone is used. - paints. FOR SALE BY T: N: NOE, Mi Vernon, Ky.