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' IV. :3:-- UtXBPMrUIBW ' B IK) IIIIJiAll. LIVlNtiSTOA 3e&xDoc&K; nmw j High Cost M" i of Living nnfi rtf It it t vi r linn linan rne WL tlin (rontk nilflfllrttic Ul lltlU Lltta S.UU VM1I. rf bll'J fl IJU1,.1U"'1 'V that has been ogitating the minds of the American people. ,1 ..!, 1 I"nt up not. cinim io t soiveul ,11 puzzicing question, l. A a uuv vre nave t uns by our careful WQ do claim to have solved the greater part buying, close margin of profits, we are able to put the best values before tho people that has ever been shown in this county. ITiVt IMfJ I.U.1U ' 1-- Great Values in Clothing . When wo say wo. are showing by far the greatest values in Unn'c Pluiliinrr nnrl thn ftnodt, jiRRnrfcmnnt. flint, litii ovnr been hown bv thin store or any other, we know wo are not -- ! uxacKeralinir. 1 FRATTS SUITS, $7.50 to $16.50. BOYS' SUITS, $J.25 to $6.50 yisi?Clothe. &rcftraAo Clothe. Spec- -, (New Footwear Styles for Spring's ial Showing. Wonderfully smart looking footwear are the now modols' on display with qualities and workmanship that stands pre-- , eminent in nil that means footwear, excellence and we givo you further proof of our values given in the low prices in which thev are marked. Bnw Shoes for Mn. iby Shoes for Women. Buster. BrOwn Shoesfor Children Mann ! 1 V Ladies Voil Skirts new shades in black, tan Ladies Voil Skirts and gray, made up in the latest styles at very low prices. in all tho &rt '? i J Linen Shirt Waists Boo ' . Ladies, Shirt Waists to $i.oo .t Black Ladies Underskirts Undershirts Boo. 7So and SI.OO House Furnishings Extra good, values in Straw Matting, Lenoleum, and Curtains. Rugs Dry Goods BIG SHIPMENT JUST REOEIVED AN INSPECTION of the new goods will prove a to you wo are sure, and will be appreciated by us. ure pleas- I ''ill i a I iv ei ill i -- MT. VERNON, KY. XptC3JlQlpiCp jca6x$3ic'Jic9fi3ic$ Dr. George Frith, of Louisville, One of the saddest and most was nt home a few, days last'week. heartrendering scenes that evejr Mr. and Mrs. Robert Giles, of occurred in the connty,, and we Gratz Ky., are visiting relatives doubt if it has a parallel iu the hishere. Mrs. William Rice, of Liv- tory of Kentucky( occurred on last ingston, is visiting Mis9 Willie Saturday night. After, working Benton. Henry Anderson, aud C. all day R. P. Gentry went home H. Frith nre in Louisville this and went to bed as usual, Some week. Dr. W. F. Carter was in time after nine o'clock be. woke Louisville last week on business. up and found his house in a mass MIsm Minnie Hintt, of Hiatt Ky., of flames. Frightened, he began visited Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Iliatt trying to get his family- - out, but' (Tj first of tUe week. Mr. and Mrs, fate was against him and his wife J. J. Albright, of Lebanon Ky., and four children burned' to n crisp. and Miss Grace McCall, of Maret-burg- Gentry was'also;burucd very badvisited Miss Jewel Francisco ly and oue of the other children fc," M, will go for first of the week. that escaped the flames is in a very i( Homer Wallin, of Danville, was serious condition, Wc sometimes X: in town Sunday calling. Mrs. J. think that our troubles are more B. Piko and brother, C. C. Cable, than we can bear; but just think, went to Livingston Wednesday to with n family of seven children onsee their mother who continues ly three remain. Gentry is anjhon-esvery sick- .- Mrs. John Robins and Sale goes on for 10 days more. hard working man and lives daughter, Mildred, visited Mr and by tho sweat of the brow. Hut the of -regular staple check for only and 3-- 4c less Mrs. F. L. Durham, of Mt. Vernon people of Livingston ate douating last week. Mis. Alice Albright freely as is their duty. This h the fail cost. see aud Miss Katie Cass visited Mrs. second time be has lost his home Sallie Roberts, of Gum Sulphur, by fire. Gentry's home was about Monday. Walter Robins was in one mile from town and no one &, . Mt. Vernon last week. The lived close. What remained of the spelling contest has been postponed bodies were buried Monday. , until Saturday night. Cashier A. Mrs G. D. Cook has returned M. Iliatt was in Mt. Vernon home from Mt. Vernon, . and reWednesday on business. Mr. and ports her father, Judge air, much Mrs. L' A. Testerman left Mon improved John Magee, of Dan. day night for Cincinnati where ville has been here, for the past few, they will locate. Mrs, G. E. davs visiting his brother, Judgo H. Painter was ruu over by a cow D. Magee. J. H. Browning is time OEO. isdoitlfr n Innri.nffW line. while milking one day last ween, much . improved nd will soon bejJness .Mr flDd M "VSE R BOONE AXLE GREASE aud very seriously hurt, Mis able to come back to work. Mrs ons was in Louisvile Monday. Yf DANIEL L. LeuH McCall, oi M retsburg was in TV YOA A. W. Boump has returned from a G. Faling was in a. I London Tuesday town Friday. Photographer F.ber visit at Parksville. "Uncle" Geo. on husiress. Lawrence Rice, of hart is still in town. Rev. Pope is improving And 'don't rapidly. J. H, Lebanon Junction, w s with lionir Roger will fill us appointment at Bovver was v down from London filks first of the week have to grease Chris Hul the Christian church Saturday Logan Suwdar was down luck who has been vWtinij rela evening, Sunday aud Sunday but otice a from Mt Vernon Stind'iy. -- K. L, tives at Hansford lins returned to evening, Thompson, the Imstljng Mt. his home in Lexington. G rider Uuroelt w;m in Louisviue week. salesman, was. here Monday last week on business. The G. A Blauford is visiting Q & c. STRIKE DECLARED Mrs. Cbris(iau dmrch imtt argumxed a iu Tenne-'aeMade in LouJavitte by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. OFF Dr. W. Pront Kauk Bible School Mititi Uila BlanfofdAs visiting ut ft! F.-Carter bought trom Mrs. Mury Earksvilleithis week J H. Dick- l tie .strike .ot- wtnte firemen oroil lAnderson a cow and icalf lot . ' ' u. r Masonic 0 . .. . ... Myrtle Mutry .Has re,-- erson's store rooni .a. IX. v.. nmte was declared oT miss 4o. JBiuldinallop."Abe iompletQd . ; i . J1 .i ..- -i. ULUiTixtaMirniiTiiTTunYuuiT. qKTiimtniNiiitmmiiTmumnir tii urau There israpetiti6n,neirig"circulated . jit " iuiucu iu uer uorae iu n . I" iBiaineen signea.oy representatives Orchard after spending a week to have . ''Uudetajor Bullock ap-with relatives here. Mr. Q. W. poiuttd Maglstratcin this district. of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fremen and Knginemen and HorTurpin is very sick. Of course we signed the petition ace Baker, general mauager of the as we wanted tcrmake peace with railroad. SPELLING CONTEST. him over tbtf joke we told on him; The agreement is to all appearThe Mt. Vernon bears are we believe he should have some ance a promise, both sides yielding whetting their tusks and kind of office aftergetting his head several points in the dispute. In far the from Brod hung-i-n the rackFniming is be- short the agreement holds that head who arc intending to invado ing rushed in? iljis section this employes who went out on a strike S But if yon 0.111 tell m what a young roan is doing with their lair in the way of an beautiful weather? Y0.1 fcan hear shall be re instated, the railroad ortbogrtpioal contest at the Gradtd the horny handed J&9118 of toil hoi HE: his money, wo can make a prQtty good guess company however reserving the School buildingon Saturday night lowing haw and gee on every hill : ,'ns to what financiarconditlbu'he' right to refuse too employ any of this week. side. We baven'tfarmed any yet firemen who has committed anv will he in in twenty years ' .. It is said that the bears have as we can't farm a'nd ruu a railroad act of violence during the strike. S ";' n , been nursing their wrath and both at the sanietime. We are Negro firemen cannot be employed thirsting for blood until their claws thinking of purchasing a hill side Tho, young ., north of Oakdale, Tennessee. The "";.- are full a yard long, hooked like mule and try to cultivate a small percentage of negroes employed on men with tho bank ac- a cocklebur and it is a known fact crop any way. January ist, 191 shall not be counts will he the business men, that the tusks of the bears stand W. M. Hicks informs us that he exceeded hereafter and negro fire s Tho men of affaire, of the fuf tire. They out, like the spears of the Austrian is going to have a jbill introduced men cannot be assigned to more phalanx and are as sharp as a tho employers of labor. The men tfVi-Iviu the next Legislature to read as than of the passenger and swori. It has come to follows: Each apd every widow preferred freight ruus. E who clo things. Young men start a bank account with be so that papeteric and machiavel-iaaud single woman over thirty shall case any question arises over In Very truly yours, ir areas simple as ''Mary had a be taxed $10 peryear for each the new agreement either side may little lamb." A royal battle Is year they remain single. Mart has appeal to Judge Martin A. Knapp anticipated. Come early and get fallen on this plan and be thinks of Washington, and his decision. a seat where the hair and sand work like a charm. We see in the matter shall be final. wont fly in your face. B. McCreary has that Gov. The railroad company gives it The date of the affray has been opposition James again. Now, we waut out that during the strike three PIIPNE . changed from Friday night to to say to this man who has just have been killed, six wounded and Saturday night so that Prof J. announced, although you are n property destroyed to the amount W. Ireland, of Stanford, could be Democrat and we are proud of you, of several thousand dollars. This Iff? here to referee the contest. The iiiaiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiauiiiiuiiiiiiiiaiiii you are the wrong mau in the however, is believed here to he skirmishing will begin at 7:30 Men who have wrong place at this time. The old underestimated. o'clock and will continue until "war horse" will sweep everything watched affairs say that more than X.$Xte2&aCi the bears have scratched out the at in his course. 'We want to see a dozen have been shot nud at rr eyes of boars or the boars have Kentucky placed in the Democrat- least six killed. i The agreotnent g IF IT ISN'T AN EASTMA IT ISN'T A gashed the jugulars of the bears. ic column again, rind James B. is between the company and officials .. A reward of five dollars will be " the one that can carry our banner seeius'tomept the approval ''of nil given to the side that shows the step the firemen. So Mr. to victory. least blood and a reward of two '".-'down and out aud give James B. dollars and a half will be given City of Toledo ) a clear track and you will see a rep State of Ohio, to the bear or boar that comes out J ss. Lucas County etition of last November. unscrutched. In order to pay the Frank J. Cheney makes oath The fishing season' has opened that he is senior partuet ot tbe expenses of the contest a fee of ten ceuts will 1e charged at the and you can see those who like to firm of F. J. Cheney & Co,, doing catch the Jinny tribe armed with business in the City of Toledo, door. w tackle. engaging in the sport -- L. County and State, aforesaid, mid A FIERCE NIGHT ALARM. that said firm will pay the sum of H. Davis hasteturned from Lowell. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS lor is the hoarse, startling cough of a Mr. and Mrs. Janies Meadows each and every cas,e of Catarrh THE BEST CREATION S child, suddenly attacked by croup. Often it aroused Lewis Chambljn, of Mt. Vernon, were visiting Mr. that caudot be cured by the use of Manchester, 6., for their four and Mrs. N. H. Oliver Tuesday. of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Ciikn'kv. children wtre greatt7 subject to Walk Mullins, of Cruse Ferry, Sworn to before uie and subcroup. ''Sometimes in severe at was here Tuesday. "He one of tacks," he wrote "we were afraid liveliest men we ever met. He is scribed in my presence, this 6th. way of making. Pictures Tho Easy, All day of December, A. D 1886 they would die, but since we getting very old but is yet as jolly with tho bother loft out. Wo carry a full line of KODAKS W v Gi.eason, (Seal) 'A. Notary proved what a certain remedy Dr. Public. and Kodak Supplies. Ask us for a Kodak Catalog.; King's New discovery is. we have as can be. Edgar Mullins of Mt. Hall's Catnrrh Cure is taken Vernon, was in our town Tuesday. have no tear Wt rely on it for and acts directly on the croup and for coughs, colds or Dr. and Mrs. Arayx have re- internally, blood and mucous surfaces of the any throat or lung trouble." So turned Cincinnati. Mrs. system. Send for testimonials Iree. from do thousands of others. So may LEADING DRUGGIST, Maggie Martin is in Cincinnati F. J. KtiKNRY & Co., you. Asthma, Hay Feuer, La having her eves treated. Rev. Toledo, O. Grippe. Whoopipg Cough HemorWT. VERNON, KY. ft Phono SO rhages fiv before it. 50c aud jti.oo Watson, of Mt. Vernon, was here Sold by all Druggists. 75c. Trial bottle free, Sold by Chas. Tuesday. The wholesale house Take Hall's Family Pills for C. Davis. , which begun business here a short constipation. Very Low Prices For the NextTIO Days AND RANGES. $5.90 6.90 7.09 ON FURNITURE, RUGS, MATTING, STOVES & . ", ALSO MEN'S SUITStl $8.50 suits 9.50 10.50 " " " "' " " " t, And the Gingham Think this J0c than manufacturers Don't 6 I 2c them. to L. H. DAVIS, livinsstoi; ky. 5C&x& j USE" l- -- Sat-una- Vm-uo- n e , . Jrk. . - i .... fii,.-?rt.:-...-.r...- . " " Are No Prophets lying-in-wa- it she-bear- s 3 S '. Jrom now,' 2 s S 1 " one-ha- ll two-edge- d i , n us.5 ; .3 S PEOPLES BANK. 1 PrAcCr . . KODAK P n KODAK J. CHAS. C. DAVIS, -- V V & :?.,. df in iflgiaiMHr ' N.w York. March 35. More HAS .MILLIONS. C)I FRIRNDS !ar,; ik st-wrar:.: of cb.t.u uuivu mm iimriu v.i.i'i, ,ni.-' n.irr n!,nA .... M. - .lf Itllkllkr " vvwiint tltl, HMFiuruY, Wch 31 ton be? tor nil, (.be better it hir-billerl in fire united theiyour ir.emh In millions as C. O Rear, of the ten story huuuine ot the north Hucklen's Arnica Salve doe? Its Tudee Edward Hounding Published every Ftiday by Court of Appeals has made his west corner of Washington Place soars made cures in the pist forty t hem. Its the best and Green street, just off Washingformal announcement for the ReEDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Salve, in tthe world for sorer ulcers, ton square, late this afternoon. publican nomination lor Governor, ec.ema. burns, boils, scalds cuts, Judge O'Rear im The dead were all employes of the corns, ore. eyes, sprains, swellings of Kentucky. bruises, colti wres. Uai no ennal $1.0O from Ml. Stalling, Montgomery Triangle Waist Ccmpanv. ONK YKAS SUBSCRIPTION Women and girl machine opera for piles. 25c at Chas 0 Du is county, and lias been a mcniher os ; the Court of Appeals for a number tors lumped from the eight) , he British Columbia Shipping AAifriUtai rates made knov.11 on of years. ni.ith and tenth floors in groops of plication twos and threes into life nets ard Company's steamer Svclclt, w th MT VF.RNGN SIGNAL Sa.nK.51.ai;KrjTOjt:.)j('i rujRoroers non,uv nnci .amy will ' '' ,...., fc ,l" MMriwlt 1 'xaci $&&yc&x&1K$fr yc&ttt 1 . . . - i LADIES here g SPRING house cleanh up time isrooms your you to cheer pieces of New No doubt with a few , Kvery business man in this city should read the "TALKS Oil StRMURR or AnruRTtt;iX'ri" bm bn,..o,on., UrN'TnOKi" PKK9S ASSOCIATION ri..,ninrr ,inti in r.rvt r.',.i,..., second page of the Courier Journal for the past few weeks. Ktch or.e ot these installments is n sermon pl.iiu, practically within itself, ' I AXXOl'NCRMRXT. are nuthonVed to announce f. -nr:- "j jt j:. .. " it 1,111 :.. .,.-1.1- IIIC liUVCIIJCltA. "v 4LI1C iICTUn ;111 Sl'UiU UI1U UlUVPilllU. HU a candidate for lie ...:n K' M. JUM,-RDti- A Dignity Dare" 1982: he by Ches , many new ideas and as valuable ca.p.-were burned &v dark brow n of Rockcastle anil I,aurel counter Dare No to; he oy Black Sqttir ties subject to the action of the Rcpnlv-lie-.;- i ones as an expert accountant would and waists and slcitTs m tatters j rel No 58; he by Black Kagle No. ptrty. in regard to keeping your accounts showed that theyhac bi en torn 111 54; he by King William No. 67; he to announce R. ( Ws rrt ntid really, perhaps they are more the panic in the place before the by Washington Denmark No. 64; for Representative vrtlnable as you will not have any girls got Wl'.HB, jn.--i to the windo,vs U jump he by Gains Denmark No. 61. of Roc!:Civ-t!- c and Laurel counties, account to keep unless jott are 'to leath. to the action of the, Republican parSilver Dare's first dam is by Sil successful in your business and to. Tne mangled bodies lay there ver King; ty. he by Ontime No. 7J5; be successful in your business you w!th the spil". of the water, which he by Stonewall We areliutU'HjVtl to auuoituce K. H. Jackson No 72; now to advertise, lite the hreiuen soon were pouring j he by Thompson .vs a candidate for Reprccnta-liv- e must know Washington Denmark No 64 of Rookc.ut'.e aod Laurel counties, leading fact tint he impresses on from water towers and hose into This beautiful young stallion is a subject to tie . cfioti of the Republican his readers is that publicity is the the building, soaking them. There combined horse, is a fine harness party. keynote to successful merchandis- was no time to clear away the dead horse, is a nice smooth run and ing und tl e second fact, but not in the street. In the ouruing walker and could be made a fine TuKRn ii ,1 moral grandeur in less important is that advertisers building the fit emeu believed were gaited horse. He has proven himthe thought ' 1 have made my- must be sincere and truthful iu dozens upon dozens of girls and a self." The world may wag their their advertising matter. Brag and men, and they wasted no time self great breeder. Colts come with good size, style and action raav upon those whom at a glance they hetuls, and you may be denounced, bluster and and most all saddle. His colts but if yon ore conscious of tint in- succeed for a time, but when the knew to be dead. won .1 .number of first prizes at a tegrity of purpo which has always people anderstand you are not sin It was more than an hour-anBrodhead Fair last season characterized you, and that you cere and are exaggerating,, they half before the firemen could enter This horse will make the season now stand on au eminence, placed will Jose interest iri your "adver- the floor where the fire started, the of ioit nt ray stable. A mile of thereby your own rectitude of tising matter unci will cease to be eighth, and'they came back then Hiatt Postoffice at 10 to insure a heart, yon have nothing to fear. caught by it. On the other hand, with the wbrd that a quick glance l'vingcolt. Season money Incomes You had n)t the influence of if you establish a repntat.icn for showed, according to Chief Croker J due when colt comes or mare sold wealth, oor bt ''God speed you" living up to your advertising mat- thr wpw'flhnnt fiftv Har1 Knrtipc Pasture for mares of powerful friend; hut yen had ter, and you advertise a real bar- nil fll alrrlnrli 4rvr olAnn Trt fhrt ? flat reasonable price and will give more a hefoit fixed and deter- gain the people will believe you elevator shaft also was a pile of I them my personal attention, but mined, and thi is wnat has made and come and see what you havo bodies, estimated conservatively af will not be responsible for accidents yon what you are. girls who had jumped Go on add to offer. Another point too that twenty-fivor escapes. See this horse before virtue to virtue look steadily at he advocates is the ..everlastingly down the elevator shaft after the breeding your mares. the goal before you, and at last at it' habit which by the way is elevator had made its last trip. your best teachers aud artful com- about the only way to succeed at Some of the grls iu jumping panions will acknowledge your anything. smashed through the sidewalk I will, at the same time and place superiority vault light on the Washington and feel proud of ctanAj good jack five year old, Right persous are known to Have Place side of the building. being Jimoug he number of ypur The with while points. W friendsT The man who is resolved been killed and- a dozen or more bodies that continued to clash upon blue ' be' something in the world injuted when southbound train No. the vault light finally made a hole hah high ai;(i a good brerdcr, to 6 for horse colt, 8S.no for mare should have nothing to feur and 90, known as the Dixie flyer, of about five foet in' diametei . TiV 1 .-Reprc-"ciitatia-Mill-je( I e on board, went down tllt'ir bodies spun downward Itom twcn.ty-.sjthe high windows of the building ' " "winus gaic 011 Vancouver .so close tnirether that the few nets Island Friday afternoon, and to miotehed liplciw Konii uwe limleu trace of the wreck has been iouud The Chicago River was cloed to 'd the firemen and passersby who helped to hold them were crushed traffic Sunday to allow the placing 'to the pavement by the rain of ot the LaSalle-stree- t tunnel at the ' bottom of the river. tailing bodies. " husinewliUe and to the pofut. Witain a few minutes after the These articles ate written by a first cry of fire was veiled on the DARJEL man ol vast practical experience cihth fhor of the building Jfiltv ttrt..).. l.rl u T.II.A 1ttm ilsl . nullum iiiuii, on u. . iv lviitouiu, . lu ,, . , whoe opinions nie worth rcnduio three tHulies were ,l. . ring x ' I Furniture, brighten up the old walls with New Paper and the floors with New Rug. SILVER .1 to call and look through my stock from beginning- - to end and see the great bargains I have for you. The assortment is the largest and most complete and the prices the lowest that I have ever made. A Larg Shipment of KugsP Carpets and Mattings, Just Arrived -- i S.B.McKENZIE TIE Phone HM I HI Docfcaafcacaragr V" 3. &xlS&S MT. VERNON, KY. ttbQ3G&: Why Not Read all? OkS THB Courier-Jour- n vC GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER :: JACK UENUV WATTEKSON, EDITOR. VK CAN Brodheacl Ky FURNISH VOU COMPLETE LINE oumun, vionuro J - The Shaf ANDTHK KJP uu uum.,,a T -- All Mail, Tologruph 01; Toloi nhtino orderR PJoinDtlv'" , U ", Filled. . " i when he little dream of it, honors gathers about his head and an influence goea out fron him, which ia exerted silently but surely for the good of thousands. Pur.T, together, brethren. We ore all here for the same purpose. Then live and let live. The best way to build up a town is for each and every man to pull together and wot strive to rend Bud tear down. All the residents of a town are In all .1. likelihood the more business done bv your rival the more you will do. Every merchant who treats his partners not opponents. ... .. ... went through a trestle over the Alapiha River, near 0,xil!n, Ga., Saturday raorniug. One Kentucky ian was killed and another injured. The strike ol the white firenteu on the y & C. railroad was declared off Saturday night after an agreement was signed at Cincinnati- by representatives of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers and Horace Baker, general manager of the road. Over $1,250,000 in treasure is reported to nave tieeu tound in an old mauor house in Jersey butl in l'e thirteenth century. fust at dusk firemen and polite, colt.' e men were pulling many halt-nudand burned corpses from this hole. Do vou know that of all the minor ailments colds are by far the most dangerous? It is not the cold itselt you need to fear, but the serious diseases it often leads to. Most of these are known as germ diseases. Pneumonia and consumption are among thein. Why not take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy aud cure your cold while you cau? For sale Dy Chas. C. Davis. mf-3- 1 t R. L. SMITH, HIATT, KY, tf. WeeMy Couner-Journa- T i&sc&D&texXpc&yc &yr3C&yrS& Phone in Residence. "The roost cuntnon cause ot iu t t somnla is disorders of the stomache Both On Year For Only ... . Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Chamberlain's Stomach aud Liver We can also give liberal combiTablets correct these disorders aud nation rate with DAILY or SUN enable you to sleep. For sale by DAY rCOURIKR-- J OURNAL. Chas. C, Davis Write Courier Journal Company POSTED. Louisville, Ky., for free sain Any onp jrnllty of trespassing on my pie copy of edition yon desire, but property will bo prosecuted to tho full be sure to send our subscription cstentof the law. order to this pap?r NOT to the Mas Maii.u.a .Ton-dS, $1,50 w Tf A WATCH? DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME? IF NOT, WHY NOT? having any such trouble aliotit your watch 01 clock, jusr turn it over to ns and if it does not run all O. K. it will We guarantee our work. Givo us a trial. cost you nothing. "Wo do Jill kinds of soldering and repair work. t' you CASTO Rl A ;2'?l-4- Mt Vernon. Ky. Courier-Journu- l. HENRY CLAY combined harness and saddle horse, Henry Clay, a dark bay with black maue and tail, ifi hands high, will make the season of 1O11 at my stable near Hiatt, at $to to insuro a living a living colt Henry Clay was sired by Old Bill King and is full Drenon and Denmark and to Rockcastle people is well known. My fine and K!LLtheGOUC w,th CURE the LUNGS SELZ ROYAL BLUE v1 Dr King's New ilsssovery FuR rQUCH8 'OLDS ft. PRICE ftA L. FRANK MOORE, AT DR S C ? Trial ColUe Free tl DAVIS" DRUG STORE, AND ALL THROAT AND UiNGTFOUBLES. Shoe Value isn't in 'the Price You Pay; its in the pleasure You get 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 and lilted to your feet by expert salesmen, mako it easy to buy shoes here; and make it an eve. yd ay joy. to wear the' sIicm after you've bought thein GTJAltANTEED SATISFACTORY Oil MONEY REFUNDED. SAM ' At the same time and place, my splendid Jack, Sam, will make the season at $7 to insure a living colt. Sam is a black jack, mealy nose, MT. VERNON, KY. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTQ R A I rt r 1. YOU WANT SMART STYLES IN SHOES I." aud there's no reaxon you shouldn't got thatns,wpll and fit. It's a marked feature of our SELZ line; the smirt; snappy, styles that young men like; and that older men don't objept to. ty white belly and 14 hands high. This jack is known as the Pulaski County John Riddle Jack, and is one of the best breeders in this section of the State. Season money for horse or jack is due if mare is traded or patted with. 'All care will be taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. mr 3t-3- How to cure cold is a question in are interested just n . Chamberlain's Cougb Pined v has won its great reputation and immense sale by its re markable cure of colds. It con DENTIST For always be depended upon. 'MT VERNON. KY. sale by Chns. C. Davis. Ofiloo ut residence on Main St. rs Crown and Bridge Worlr it, Specialty. Vrk guaranteed. Vsrnon Mount Monwola w cli many R. W. DYCHE ill K' Tak r,t 3 C McCLARY aod EMBAlffl WORKS Take What PiU ? Why, Anti-Pai- n . CHINT LEAR HIATT, KY UNDERTAKER Dr. Miles'' SELZ SHOES here for men, women and children. W. T. FRANCIS, il& Stanford. Ky. C. C. Williarua, Pill, We Guarantee SELZ SHOES. SUCCESSOR TO McKENZIE fc Dentist. Mt, Vornon, Ky. Homo mul oIIUm hi tha Into resldcnco Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old Main St., Mt. Vernon. By rcpuost, , A of course. Good for all kinds of pain. Used to relieve Neuralgia," Headache, Nervousness, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Kidney Pains, Lumbago, Locomotor Attfda, Backache, Stomachache, Periodical Fains of women, and for pain in any part of the body. CHAS. B. McKENZIE McBEE l ' mmmmmm 4v ATTORNUY-AT-I- i AW , the unfinished work contracted by 'Dr. ' Myers will bo completed by Dr. Vran-- j MT. VERNON. KY. els without extra ohargo. He la pre- - j Uu 2i:ci. uoor o OFFICfcS. , tiling iu iiiu iiuiibiu uiiu imiuu iu uu Ciown and Bridge work a spooialt) . The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church street. Special attention givey All work guaranteed. ' Will bo In Brodhead ovory Tues- to collections. day and Livingston ovory Wednesday Phone No. 80. rvi Di'JAlU MAcntmfafvttjmr - of and - Iff! r? " Granilo kinds. on appl'u ntion. GKiXOWHJNS Propr Pliono 11B nMarl)les and of all KslimateB furnished jVIontiments "X have used Dr. Miles' medicines for over 13 yearn and find them excellent. I keep Dr. Miles' Anti-PaiPills In the house all the time and would not think of taking a journey without them, no matter how short a distance I am going. I cannot praise them enough." n Miss 63 Lou Hich At all druoglsti. MILES MEDICAL M. Churchill. St, Penacook, N; H. 25 dose 25e. CO., Elkhart, bid. 6K,W&Am I A r' . aawi-tii"i-jiii- ii ti iiiiwii r"" - 1 T . -- 1' $3$ illfufliOl AlT VnRNON.fCy.-Mch.- 3t OiuNAL, I H Itl JJ TTTTTUDACTDn m a x jLin cio,j. .cjev. A' 7Q Call up "No. 7t" whnTQ L SyyquwanltoCnmintinl. L onto vvttli HIONAL lL clothes e ' A fC .. r.. f on it tDenooves every man 01 vou to oront Dutinree weeits exampk of your "women folks" and be looking after ydur'new. Spring . 1 it ii iir r i "'- - J i -- f .1 We are ready with the clothes for you :j ' . t dwMi louiivmc & ADLERS COLLEGIAN CLOTHES . Nashviuc R R.co. AT $10, $15 AND $20. nil v" .TIME TABLE. 22 north 24 north 2! 21 r 4.. '4 4.55 p m 3:52 a m 11-4- And other fine clothes in styles appropriate for the season, qualities in every way worthy of your consideration. FOR YOUNG MEN, the two and three button coats new weaves and patterns, in browns and grays, solid colors, mixtures and stripes; blues in shadow stripes, pencil stripes and plain. We have different shapes, for men of regular build, the long slims, the short stouts and the betwixt and betweens; enabling us to fit the hard-to-f- it just as well as the easy. W3 ,,1 4' - wJ ii iout1) nm South Phone No. ,s8. 12:19 am Ias. Landrum, Agent. Entered Wi Mill wllll at'the Mt Vtrnon, Ky. Postoffice mall mutUr. u iconri-c- , PERSONAL lr-- t; Y fl k i - Byron Owens was down from Brodbcad Saturday. Miss Ora Brown was up from level Green Monday. Charley Riddle was here from East Bernstadt Saturday, v Judge L. W. Bcthurura speut Stveraldays this week in Harlan. Mrs. James Davault is very sick at the home of her father, William . Arnold. Cecil Mnhan, and Moreland Sullivan were here from Williams burg Snnday. Mrs. Sadie Moore and little daughter, Louise, are visiting in Berea this week. Mrs. R. W. Dychc and Miss Anna Tate were in Richmond Wednesday shopping. John Proctor, of Burgin, was here this week to attend the burial Mr. Anderson of bis fataer, Proctor. Watson and Misses Charlotte Adams, students of Elizabeth Caldwell college, were at home for Sunday. Atty. C. C Villiams went to Cincinnati yesterday to see his mother, who has not been so well for the past several duys. Mrs. Henrv Catron and children of Lincoln county have been visit-- i jug relatives here and in the r Jj county for two wrecks. Mrs. Edward Blick of Covington, who before her marriage was Miss May me Ballard, is visiting her brother, G. M. Ballard. John Fish, who is night chief for the L. & N. at Earlington, Ky, was a passenger on Siturday's train return! g from a business, trip to Tennessee. Dr. S. L Whitehead, n prominent druggist of Nortcu Va., was with his hero t few Hours Tuesd brother, W. B. Whitehead, and sister Mrs. C. C Williams. Dr. M. Penpington was here Irom Bertha last Friday evening to see Mrs Adam Bryant, in consulMrs. tation with Dr. Southard Bryant U a very hick wotuau. Mr. and Mrs J T Meadows were in Richmond Sunday to see Mr Meadows' sister, Mrs. Owens', (of Preachersville, who recently underwent a serious' operation . Mrs. Owens is improving rapidly. LOCAL CLOTHES FOR THE "YOUNGSTgR$HJ'ffom the kid in blouses to the young man in love; all ready to help them get ready with new clothes for Easter Sunday, April 16th. t'10 ProPer 'nd for Spring woar nro the Broad-brinew dorbios; and the new soft hats come in the popular telescope style with medium wide brim in black and all the leading colors Theso low-crowm fipki frfiv '$hl 1-- i jr r W. - fr,i&yj' vf jV" b&?.. . .. 7 , iBs TJTTpTSJTCTLJTpVrriQ 3Si ' W,3, -- HATS are in our famous SWANN lino at $2.50. Children's Straw Hats am ready. v Your Easter ties and Gloves, nnd supply of 01uett Shiits and half hose should bo selected now. We show- - exclusive things in thesn which you won't like to m'rss. YOUR EASTER SHOES should bo the well known "Star Brand" or the new snappy Bates Shoes, priced from $2.50 to St. 50, made in all leathers. WE SELL WUMDERUOSE AND GUARANTEE THEM wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm&emmmaaammsommmmm KILLS A MURDERERr Born to the wile of W. C Kirby yesterday morning a fine gtrl baby. Valuable Ewe: W. A. Coffey, Wildie, one of our very best citizens and farmers, liar, a ewe the1 kind worth while to have. This, ewe is six years" old and during the past five years has given birth to 15 lambs and has raised 14 of them. ' Sje had triplets each time. ' : 1 nKffi tf' ay ' 4. m e vmmmmmmmmmmmim There will be a meetii g ot the For Sale: An old fashioned The meml ers of Mt Vernon Whoever keeps company with county board ot education on the Royal Arch Chapter will go to square piftno, in good condition, at a wolt will .soon learn to howl. pril. Also first Tuesday iu Gko. Fisii. wnrk on Brodbead tomorrow cvcuiuK i uua.K...4. P. hncl.oiin another on the third Monday in ' Mt. Vernon, Ky concrete side walk in front of James i!'la11 the Brodhead chapter. April. All "parties having claims W. M. Bullock has just com- - against the board will please .file a Wall paper, large assortment, Maret's property. for sale at Mt. Vernon Monumentpleted a house on Adams or Rail- - pnnv of snme In mv office at once. Master Commissioner G. S. al Works, Mt. Vernon. Call and road street that is as nice as a rose Yours respectfully,-J- . Griffin went to Harlan Monday to and can be bought at a reasonable examine. W. KlNCEJl. make sale of a tract Oi land in that price. Fkkj) Owbxs. First lot out of incorporaMch. county. Men 31 tf. QUEEN & CRESCENT "ROUTE tnttt rVf n Hicfnto ffA tion. The R. M. K Flour Co, who ttxcuTsiontJ lyu. " t it ' ot The Crab Orchard Dramatic recently opened a brauch bouse at Prophecy" will be the Subj'ect The first excursion of '.the a Mistake", Presby- Club, will give Livingston, are doing a splendid the Pastor's sermon at the season via the Queen & Crescent a farce comedy, in three acts at the terian church Sunday evening. business. Cincinnati, O. wilf be Friday Route to Morning services at 11 o'clock. Brodhead Opera house", operated Sunday, April 9, 1911. The Millinery More of Mrs. All welcome. evening April 7th. 1911. Proceeds Special train. For full particulars Cleo W Brown was thronged with Side walks have been order on go, for the benefit of the Crab call on Ticket Agent viewing ladies all day Saturday Williams street, West side com- Orchard Christian Church. W. A. Bkckt.br. the display of beautiful Spring and On account of Prof. J. W. mencing at the corner of and includGeneral Passenger Agent millinery. Summer ing property of Mrs. .Margaret Ireland, of Stanford, who is to Cincinnati, O. Hamilton. O., Ma Grimes and extending to railroad conduct the spelling contest, being The Woman's Club will meet Anglin, who came here from Ken- crossing where said street inter- unable to come, to Mt. Vernon this with Mrs. E R. Gentry, at Mrs. lite tucky, was' sentenced to contest be sects with Adams Street Also' on evening, the in the Obio penitentiary East side of same street beginning lUTPPtl thf Mt.vUcrnnn nni - Rrnrlj Willis Adams' Friday April 7th. " t . . ' . today following a plea of guilty to at Main street and extending to head graued schools which was tq at 7:3d" o'clock. following program will be The murder 111 the second degree. railroad crossing. On Adams street have taken place tonight has been Angliu cut Andrew Harrison's gravel walks were ordered. In the postponed until tomorrow evening. given. 7:30 Business and Parliamentary same ordinance, the walks out throat about six weeks ago, Mr. Ance Proctor, aged 93, one Drill. Auglin is a native ol this county Richmond St., and along Newcomb if not the oldest citizens in the 8:00. Current Events and formerly resided near Climax. Ave., which should have been county, died at' his home near Miss Clarkson built last fall were included. The Will Brooks, of Crab Orchard, Orlando of the infirmities of old 8:30" 1 Round Table on American ordinance provides for the com: ' I Literature. who has been traveling with a shoe age. A large family of children, pletion of the work in sixty days. house for the past 14 years; regrand children and gieat grand Cambridge Poets Subject signed his place this week, and The street light we want and children trace their ancestry to Conducted by Miss Kefauver. will go on the road .with the Great need, and we want to say that this him. The buiial took place at the Ofoo Civics and Health Miller Bros, 101 Ranch Show. paper is strickly in svmpathv with family burying ground near Cove Paper by Mrs. Ed Gentry folThe Messrs. Miller ate former every move made by the board of school house. lowed by discussion, and quotations Crab Orchard, boys and are pre- trustees tonmprove our town and At the meeting of the Board bf on Health by Society. paring to come to Kentucky, and further that we have been stricki) trustees, Saturday night a town On April nth, the Transylvania They have behind the board in their efforts to to Stanford thisseason. ordinance was passed in accord- Presbyteria meets in Mt. Vernon. the biggest and best Wi'd West light our town, but what about ance with the statute, on the Sun- At this meeting will be some of Show in the country today. Thev the lights? We regret so see it day closing law. The ordinance the noted educators and divines have a very warm place in their but the lights are not giving the provides a fine of not less than $1 of the state. It is up to the Mt. hearts for their Old Kentucky service they ought to give. There nor more than $20 for the opening Vernon people to make their stay Home and always like to show in has been but few nights iuce the ofnn business house on Sunday pleasant. There will be between Their lights were installed that there for this section if possible. the transaction of any business. fortv and sixty present and entershow has been Wintering in New has not been one or moe of them The otdinance does not apply to tainment must be provided. The York, where Mr. Brooks left to out of commit, ion andthose that the restaurants, when only meals membership of the Presbvterian Interioi Journal. do burn don't ive the light they or lunches are join them served and no other church is .not sufficient to provide should Rive. V lerehe trouble is articles sold entertainment for that number, Through the Woman's Club, a we cannot say, iVhether the working a hardship on well wisher of Mt. The Federation of Women's without Dr. Ftancis will go to Brodhead friend and defect is in the iglKs not propetly some, and knowing that it will be offered a prize of $10 everv Tuesdav and to Livingston Vernon, has bandltd, not g gasoline or Clubs is nsking cooperation all only a pleasure for others to join Wednesday to practice for the best kept premises in Mt. what it is, we on'tkuow. It is over the State in the effort to have every iu, we make this mention, in order Vernon during the summer or' 191 1 a matter that ertainlv day on April dentistry. needs a a general cleaning-uthat thone who ore willing to There are several who have already rigid exam d if the 1. The day selected is rather lntiou, White Wvandoite eggs for sale said they would be in the fight, and entertain one or more of the delelights can uot e uiadtddLtlje worU suggestive of a hoax, but there is at 5o cts per netting, of 15. gates may signify their willingwith those who will mKe no take ihein mi, and get something no foolishness about this clean up Mrs Sad ib Moork, ness by reporting such fact to the the special effort to win the lereisuoquestiou but movement and it should be taken entertainment committee composed Mt. Vernon Ky. improvements and well kepi lawiit that will. Mch that the tlene gas lights can seriously by the citizens of the of Miss McCord, MesdatnesJ, W. SALESMAN WANTED to look and premises in general of th se uc ui due itywuTK, uui wimi it means State. Courier Journal. L. B. Adams and Rev. after our interest in Rockcastle tring to win, will in no doubt, to to install a plant of that kind is a The request has come from the Brown, Watson and adjacent counties Salary or others be an incentive for them question we know nothing about. Woman's Clnb ol Mt. Vetuon, that At any rate we can Lwly if ail else fail, Address The Harvey to improve Commission. there is vet tomorrow be observed s "chan safely look forward t many better HAS M0 SUBSTITUTE Oil Co., Cleveland; Ohio. Won't O'je sure eort ami ttiat is the up day in Mt. Vernon. in Mt. Veiuon kept preroue3 every one join in the effort and let The Willing, Workers nd C. W. during the coining uranwr than elfctric iigm. and it the pre-e.... ... W.. us have a clean towu. The saniGt tf.rn . f li.ililirii. Mary ever before. B. M., will meet whh Mrs Let us nil try to Wednesday afternoon. isuac UK.JC ii mi question on. tary 0 mdilious as wellas tue geneCarter next win the tune will be ripe for the in- ral apt ear incc demands it. Everv Member of both societies Under the ruling ot Judge Be stallation of an electric light plant W. M. Buliock. the Hansford are requested to be present. thurum, relative to .the Su day rcopie wno never seamed to care merchant and one of the comry's The Voung Peoples Miissionary closing law ev ry business house whether it wis d k or not, are most progressive nnd enterprising League, of Mt. Vernon, met at the iu Rockcastle c!Kitir is effected. now expressing ii u tiling vss to go citizens, was in town Wednesday home of the Rqv. Mr. Watson on It means that biisirves- hnuv)s tu their limit on an electric light plant. Tuesday evening March 21. The everv town in tneXCountv must Mr. Mahan, of Williamsburg the and authorized the Sioxai, man to Lt ague nas taken up the study of cl(e aud stay clsedn Sunday man who lights the town of Will say, if those, who hid subscribed to K.vVIDI 1Ui the pike fund, or rather those who Home Missions and has adopted as We certainly hone 10 s Hie U iitns'iurg Ins b.en here once had pro nise'd an amount of any a text "Aliens and Americans," byenforced not ,?,, n v v r'n , r eit'w , t n Mr id his , ' consequent wou come forward part of the eve but n every t,Jfl ln Grose. The first iu dt ii n i and pay up, that he would eive ning was devoted to study and the ag well Sunday' ls not the day to d t e ces ,r d another $ido to cover some of the last was given to a social time; a seu goods or trausict any bu-- i e i'nr h M'l 'tis his evi. o Mt small subscription which tbere is committee oetng appointed eacn and we hope to see every man, m vernon a d with ihv proper en no chance or any hope of everi meeting to provide entertainment matter who be is, who doe-- , or cnuMgtmrnt will conif nnd insull collecting Mr. . Bullock is one ot t i. for this part of the evening. Many wno attempts to open 111s piace 01 ,nc piai-- i we nt le e in Kiviiiy .. , , , . , . .. new members were enrolled at the business on Sunday for the pur our Present system a 1.0 umtli teM "'-'- " ""' ThmoHfy brnkkni powihf ...... . .1 an meeting and the League extends """ I. transacting any business dtlH "HVC 'rnrann wmP"" ,,,a' '""pect " hie uoitH.nMini iam Tf' ,, s..1.s ? frmm Hmymf Grapm .. mt R a cordial invitation to the young pose of riun " '"" mure Dill icw " "ul ouiiock nmrfp nnw the hicrhest nnalt., . ' """ . "Clier uiiu , Ormmm mt Tmrimr Jt people of Mt. Vernon who are not, he. . r ".service taKe tuem out. and get there is no doubt but that we would theIaWl 'as yet connected with it. h system that will work. miles of pike. MALIMJiLAIEPHISPHATE I have at least three ' nk , 3i-3- t. ! a x J.J. Hysinger bought of John Grider a bunch of shoats averaging FORl'ETCHER'S 105 lbs at 6 cents, and sold to Hen ry Piirkersou a good sow and 7 I pigs at $2.5 Willis Hysingqr President- DibZ Saturday apsold to J W. Butcher of Madison pointed HiV Ambassador to the county 10 head cattle for $225 Gus Staverson bought of J J.- Hy- .United States. Senor de La Barra singer a bunch of hous at 6 cts. as Minister iof 'Foreign Relations in the new' MexiCatf Uabinet, and The social meeting of the Wo the latter immediately wired acman s Club was held at the home ceptance oi'thepirtfoho. of Mr and Mrs. Edgar SJ Albright. It. is estimated that 25 per cent The program was unusually inter- ohlie qotton'millpiudles ot the esting. The quotation's on nature countryarejdle., because of the dewere beautiful iu thought, and crease demand for goods and the most every one responded. Mrs.' firmness of the price of raw Cleo Brown's paper on City Beau- material. .. tiful, showed both thought and A.pUvsician, is being sued in study. If we should follow ,her ConstantiuoplejforfOpe.-atinon a suggestions we would truly have a woniHti for prtendicitis, who Was "City Beautiful." Rev. Watson's not ill. It is alleged that the talk on "Forest Preservation" was operatiou4was performed for the mcicauuK aim .uairucuve, Riven instruction of the, Sultan 1M r in hie tictiol nlnncinn mnntiar The. propertv ..pf. the religious music rendered added much to the orders. of.Erances estimated to occasion. The refreshments served haye.a petj.value,. of 30,000,000 by Mrs. Albright assisted by Miss francs, ; , .. . Dodson and Miss Kefauver, were Standard Oil It delicious. A vote of thanks was Company has. secured practical extended to Tudge Bethurum and Judge Lewis for placing the "lid" control of the entire oil output of on on Sundays. May the good the California fields. Tennessee has a population of work continue, we will indeed have a "City Beautiful" and n towu 2,184,78b and more than 25 per "iie males jn years and oyer. we may justly be prond of. It was a most pleasant evening both for visitors aud members. Skc'y. A' merciless:murderer is Appen-o- f dicitis vt'itri'many victims, but Dr. King's New Life Pills kill it by prevention. iTheyJ gently stimn- late stomal!, jlfvr and bowels, preventing" that, clogging that invites nppeudicitis,' curing consti pation,.? ' Hxadacbe, Biliousness, Chilli, 251 at Chns. C. Davis. ChililTen Cry OASJ5TO R A - - g -- - IFFERED RAGGED JACKET 23 YEARS 1 p ze p-i- 24-3- Although I am a simple man, ic Catarrh Relieved by And live by honest labor Pcruna. Of fortune's share I had some to Sirs. J. ir. spare Bourland, San Sa,ln, Texas, To assist a needy neighbor, Content with health 'twas all my writes: "For wealth I wdm a conWith honesty to back it, But, though I'm poor and crippled, stant sufferer too, .. Constant Sufferer From Chron- -- ..,. ut - 1 I - Ipiyg J 1 , 1 theu. 1 1 1 111 ) 1 1 -- ... WN! POWDER Absolutely Pure y I respect the ragged jacket. a eocre nnd burn-In- s Let people say wh it e're they may In the top Of broidclotb and its weare;.. siREfT-i-j',iaU ( 'Tis not the coat the There was al " 'most a con- mar, op- whicTi he's the benrer. ttnual dr But deeds plntr of mucus So when you mert an honest man, In throat, which caused If fortune be should lack it, frequent Just do him all the good you cm, to ration. Though he weai n ragged j.icket. gradually Remember, nil were Dom alike becamo In this and every nation; The rich among the poor would be my condition Mrs. J. H. Goiirland. s Eiewworfe. I But for wealth ml education JiliJ an incessant couifh and frequent I.nd beneath the attacks of bilious colic, from which it And when we're mis-crot--- rythat-itfakes ex-p-- from chronic catarrh. I had . l I I .. ' ") . I r-- "" . 1 J seemed I could not recover. My bowels also became nffectcd, cauInu atarmlne attacks of hcmorrlmffcs. I tried many 'remedies, which gavo only temporary relief or no relief at all. I at last tried Pernna. and In three days I was reju-kelieved of.the bowel ilorunirement. Afyer nslnq: IHe bottles I was entirely cured When you have rheumatism in I most cheerfully recommend the use of your foot or instep apply Chamber- I'eruna to any one similarly aflllcted." lain's Liniment and you will get "3? X O wJV ylna Kmd OEt.I'a.a Alaays. Bought quick relief. It costs hut a quarter. Yoj Why suffei? For sale by Chas. C. Banth Sigsituo Davis. . V4 V A r wvvvvw s; o & JL,il, SV n. 'rt i' sod With hundred years to back it, No one can tell which were the bones That wore the ragged t. O A I . V 'JJ' . tr Byitrapt- 2T $tf When asked by the editor ot the Breckenridgc News how bi3 Gocd of relif-- Inst night when tlin Hewn Vyicqpy from n nuniher of ex- Roads Club was progressing, changes to show what Is doing in Father Knue, ol McOitady siid was received that Hit fitemen's s ike hurt lieen' rctt'el and ihe other counties along the "good'e thusiasiically that it was growing "I liave used less than one bottle of Cardui," writes firemen ordered to report for duty. roads" movement. Oertrude Ward, of Rushvillc, Neb., "and am feeling Mrs. even en v. Memoersnip ana inThe Q. &. C. yard here, where a fifty per cent better than when I began taking it. If there is anything in the "I have ieif.i txh tucre isiug hail uizeti trains had been tied up "Before taking Cardui, I had suffered with female powpr of the press, he next ii(w"i2ni Kiadsof rock pledged irreguwas a busy place aVter 8:30 o'clock Legislature trouble, for eight years. My greatest trouble was something which will Ik? put on the roads lie- will do severe pains, every month, r when the larity. I also suffered with now mid tail. bewail calling worth whilcclong the line of roadit Our plan is firemen and (.'ending out trains. improvement in Kentucky at its .to fill all the had t mud holes fust but now I am greatly improved and will recommend Car Tho Hrst trains went north. No next session. mmce a solid foundation, then dul to all my suffering friends. Paducab Ncws-'aiitins wern sent south until earlv Democrat. cover with grnvel of which we this morning, and, tie fir-- l ono Hnrdin county is working hard have an abundance in cask resell curled n lorpe, white banner tor that Lincoln highway. Good- -- ol all out roads. We have some IfloatitiR Iroin the 'fireman's side or and let all Kentucky work lor good opposition in our movement, bu the engine with the letters "13 of highways everywhere, for good ' k among. farmers who do not un I am new Brotherhood of ocnio roads are uood coin ters to easier derstand the plan . f'V The Woman's Tonic It working on this element. tive Firemen to notify the neople times Owensboro Messenger. imported flint the firemen had returned to The rare medicinal herbs of Cardui areare not to by takes two or" three hours to explain Good' roads can be had at be the manufacturers direct from Europe and to them, but when I finally get a work. Several firemen hesitated 01" the pi ce we are now paymedicine. found in any Other about going out last night until ing for the ugly, uncomfortable man converted to our way he goes superiority, ' These ingredients are what give the word was received down tht thing we are having to put up to work with vim and helps me to a a female medicine and tonic, over any other medicine. line thai the strike wis settled. For over 50 years Cardui has been the favorite womwith. WiHiamsbur Republican. convince others that our efforts is so All trains coming in here last an's medicine. The ladies like it, because itresults, easy are best for all." and Senator Qtk-- gts at the road to take, so gentle, so safe, so reliable in its Father Knue is riding horseback night with firemen powers, because of (pies' 100 in a vital way the good u'v have faith in Jts curative tome helped. Try it today. two or three days everv w ek gel and guatds were replaced by ladies it has Hi 'thousands of other way the natural way when he ting pledges of teams nnd rock, tegular firemen. Co.. Cliattanoogi. Tenn., proposes to give cold cash for im i'nft to' Lsdles' Advisory Dtpt. ClutUnooM Medicine ....... .. .v... ..... book, uoaie mauncmivi Instructions, and and he declares that iu lc.4s than today to report lor Firemen left to fill provement. "Moi.ev makes the hve years that the roads leading duty at Oakdale and Danville. All mare to go." Princeton News. out in every direction from Mc troins will be running ns usu.l toSeveral have suggested that Quady will be the road? morrow except the "Hcjenwood since there is some interest; being iu Kentucky. His first work wil Special." This train, it is said', tnanitcsted for good roaJs that we be on the road leading to Tar ForV will not be replaced. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID April, a distance of five miles, which Iu FOR RAW FUI1S AND HIDES The train'ran ftom Helcnwood set" the fourth Monday in hopes to get completed this fall. Writ lor price V) Wool on Commission. ftSffi&S&Jal to Somerset and back the same County Court day, for u fceat mtnllonlng this ad. Hit '.zt&MimEsmz Established 1G37 .dav, and brought hundreds oi coming together of the farmers of A t bottle of county for the purpose of c&UU, LOUISVILLE.KY. JOHN people here to shop. It will mean Lvon Kdoy-viile getting an expression. n JLo.vs of thousands of dollars to Herald. . ' business houses. MmwiwrninnwrnnmimninimmmimiiniK Someret the strike Pulaski county There is a quiet movement on During lus been practically free from foot among the c izer.s 01 Glasgow given in half-teaspoCO. VERNON violence, the outbreaks ccct.ring looking to building of pikes out Irani fifty to sixty miles south of all the principal roads from this doses four times a dayv PRACTICAL here and twenty five miles north place, bud there is no ps.sible form UNDERTAKERS. All injured men in the hospital are of projected improvements that mixed in its bottle, will, S recovering with the exception of could possibly be of more lasting FUNERAL, DIRECTORS, baby nearAND ; Detective Suggs, who is still in a benefit to both town and county. last a year-ol- d serious condition. EMBALMKHS Glasgow Times ly a month, and four botThe railroad company gives it Clark made some littlo progress Mt. Vernon, Ky. V out that during the strike three have been killed, six wounded and Inst year toward scientific road tles over three months, property destroyed to the amount build ng. No backward step of several thousand dollars. This should he taken. The voters are and will make the baby B. however believed here to be zs undcrcitimated. Men who have awakening to the importance of strong and well and will Liconed Emb.ilmor will have charge of that lino of rss closely watched affairs say that good pikes; they nr ju-- ' begiuni ug work for tho company. more than a dozen have been shot to realize the cost of bad ones lay the foundation for a Hcarno sent to nil points. Orders by wire promptly tilled. and at least six killed. Winchester News. The agrcemeut between the Will Carter county bt left in healthy, robust boy or Mnnuger company and officials eems to the "mud holes" while other meet the approvhl of all the lire Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 11-counties are lorging alual? W't girl. men here. FOR SALE BY AM. DRUGGISTS hope not. Farmers, let us pet into Siiiiiiaiiuiiuiimiiiuiuiumiumiiiiiiiimiiiuiiuuiiaihks convention and see wnnt i,s to be I Srnd 10c, name of parxr nml tliln ail. for l bettering our ' our bcnutlf ul Savings Hank and Chll J' Sketch. doiie 'jua-MiTor Infants and Children. '!QSITONS' Ucolc) Itach txink contain a Oixx Lutk M . SO Per Cent Better Somerset, Ky.,' March 26 i,p?ch!',s'oK:ci95t gave a sl"n I AhQpT uOOD KOA Do. ' CASTQRII Riot! WrA . - d ifciiTijiiHijTyi I yorrt-uinsie- . IS: ilfMffTffinPi raw Vim tr For Infants 8 Tho Kind ;. d Take j CARDUI .,,.. f I liHFri. ' " is "a 1 ' TTiTFraasEd '""i"""'" "J"' ALCOIIOL 3 PRii nv.NT AVcgelable PrcparaHonfbrAs-slraiiaiDi- Always Bears Signatui Bo J ihcRjodaiKlliedula lingUicStomadtsoMBodsof ! & ' J PromolcsDitfcsllonChtcrfii- - one-tent- h m ness and Restfontalns ndto Opituu.Morphine norliooaL of ft ?' rf-I-t y II m m JfiSfi! i h3N NOT NARCOTIC. ': jODtftm JbcMtfJtf JUStma strike-break- er Kiftffi" m voltbit 1 HA -- ' J&teymtlmi: I.. Anr rfect Itemcdv for Consffll-- i linn .?niirHinkirii.iJidaii)utfl , . CbnM iMsr Worras.CorrvMsioiis.reYcrisii-liessnndLOS- i M rfll f fa i '"' .'S " m$, B, m OFSLEER TacSiink Signature cf best-bui- lt AND HIDES m&m) NEW YORK; . Thirty . - 50-cen- iuaranlced under -- .rXjUfr trie CASH TM wm Scott's Emulsion on Exact Copy of Wrapper. eNTU COMPANY, MlW YO' 1 ft., DfBKBT 3 3 ATTACKS SCHOOL, SHERIFF'S SALE. S COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. 2 3 3 3 is-- QEORGE OWENS, 3 3 3 CASTOR A higlnvaV-'-Gravr- ..i Bugle-Heral- d. vfif107tfl tPUNTIFUL The Kind You Havo Always Bought Bears tho Signature cf ynW& ( ffeMy?q gsssf yejvtt cms? (tfAP- - aSWrs2Z& 'X UX ' ??'& ,,, 24 5fc J3ov3g Grcert,iy. MPCrMMtf NEW ORLEANS MARDI GRAS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES Tickets m! 1 I nciaa ms JViOBILE 21, I Buy and Ski.1. Rralustatk I have on hand at present somt very desirable farming land, som mineral and timber land and some town property it's all for sale, come in and sec me befoie vou buy. I will sell or exchange with you, You will find me at the Bank of Mt. Vernon. A. B, Furnish, Mt Vernon, Ky. Rotd "re like all necessities, cost money. The worse they nre the moru tliev cost us, tloughwe nicy not Uiow ii, nnd we could easily have gooo ones by pa ing the same price in n lump sum. Lagrangu fira. Kentucky needs good roads and good schools more than anything else and when this State lus it will go forward with rapid strides toward business prosperity Good roads help all classes in the community and the farmers get the most advantage. Frankfort News o.-t- Ttnny. ' SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pul Street, N. Y. s Tl e Emperor of Japan in a mes-age tendered Prwident Taft Satut day, expressed Ills (riendlv senti nients to vard the United State ind termed war rumors as "falsi and wicked". The Russian minister to China has presented a note to the Chinese Foreign Hoard demanding a full aud unequivocal compliance with of the Russian February 16. semi-ultimatu- February 6a4 tatarnlBrf smtlt Mrck STOP OVERS AT CALL ON 11th, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27 1911, with Privilege of Cxteaslon POINTS & C3ESCEHT nOUTF. ACENT, QUEEN iHsr'Si mSrr H This Particular Brand For Particular Dressers S j; ALL PRINCIPAL .h fOR.FULL PARTICULARS. II. CKINO. . im iickci Atent, v ivi u. mun Mrect, Ltiington, Ky. ANY TICKET OR WRITE If you have trouble in getting rid of your cold vou may know that We should have good pikes con- vou are not treating it properly. necting the three county sents o There is no reason why a cold should hang on for weeks and it Williamsburg, Barboursville and will not if you take Chamberliin'.s London, with Corbin as the central Cotiyh Remedy. For sale by Chas. poiut. Cannot there be enough O. Davi3. progressive citizens of the four Court and Lodgo Directory towns interested to form a pro Journal. gressive club and push the niattei to a successful conclusion. Corbin Times. Ever winter we heir the same old cry: "The roads are vei bad until you get about five inilen. out" Then win not spend tie monev on these leading r an Horn Inckson, five miles out each way, and nirke them with permanent foundations, so that each year when they are top dressed with rock and ditches cleaned, out that jl keep, dry and bard the whiter through Jackson News. A few people in Kentucky have been untiring in their endeavor to create a "gooj roads" sentiment in this State. Their campaigns have not been wholly void oi good effects. - The. enthusiasm shown by the earnest advocates has been caught up by others, and there is hope that the next General Assembly will strongly indorse State aid for bettering Kentucky roads. Maysville Independent. As we have said before, approxi matelv $lo,ooo was expended on the roads last year, nnd if the people of the country, who use the roads, are to he relied upon, thee roads nre in a worse condition thn they have been for many year.. Some suggested the reason for this is that paper money was thrown in the ..roads and that the rains swelled" it up nnd mode it mushy so that the roads were iinpassaDic, However tuat may be, it is high time that something was done. London Echo. they.-.wiI Bv virtue of execution No 673 directed to rue, which issued ftom A severe attack on school prin- the Clerks office ol tht Rockcastle cipal, Cha3 B. Allen, of Sylvania, Circuit Court, in iavor 61 F L,. For Thompson Admr. o Ja., is thus told by him Ow. tioro than three vears,' he ,., suffered indescribable write., against .. h. Lawrenu. I. . ., . .,' tortue f , on the 24 da from liver and of mv rheumatism, between the hours - of APri! stomach trouble and diseased kidneys. All remedies failed till I of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'cloci. p used Electric Bitters, but io m at the frout d or 01 th. .nm tattles of this wonderful reinedv house in Mt. Vviioti, Rockca.-.- e Such re Couutv Ky., (It ociug cured me completely." the rcgu ar vh suits are common. ds bless them for curing 6tjm Ji COUUH COUll Oi) Xi.bC j. pu iic trouble, female complaints, kid- e sale Ui tne highest Oiddet die disorders, biliousness, and for m w luliotviug proj)erty, (or muv.h Try them. theieofas uuv Oe iiccess.iry o health aud vigor. Only Ooc at Chas C. Davis. j satisfy the amount ot Plaint fJs debt, iuteie.it and Cusi) to ouc ALABAMA. ' The best farming land in the Soul li tract ot land kichigj u R .'caVtie Vou can buy laud in Washing- CulllllV IS J.'., ii ,lc .o. ton county, Ala., for $2.5 prr m'r oj ne on the installment plan; $1 p. raciej lulit.wa: Uu UK A . lowu and 50 cents per rrcre per lands of John vVigm-- .tua Oorge 'tionth until paid for. with no inter Albright on me VVc&t or the unds jst or taxes. Purchasers buying ot uui' Bl.tnio.i, on tue South oy s much as ten acre. now get a the lauds ot Lewis Ajc Adams . nd lot in the new town of Alpha. on the East by the lands of Mary ree. This land ts traversed by the Lawrence and Joel Woodall, conMobile and Ohio railroad. Now taining 30 acre more or kss. is the time to buy a farm before it Levied upon as the, property ot R. E. .Lawrence. goes up. Write for particulars. Oscar Pokurr, Ageut. Terms: Sale will be made on a Livingston, Ky. credit of three months; boud with approved security required bearing John VV. cJickelsmith, Greens interest at the rate oi six per boro, Pa , has three children and ike most children they frequently cent, per annum from day of sale, take cold. "We have .tried several aud having the force and effect of kinds of cough medicine," he says a judgment. . 'but have never found any yet This3t'dayof March 1911 that did them as much good as T. J. Nicelry, Chamberlains Cough Remedy. For sale by Chas. C. Davis; Sheriff, R C. - PRINCIPAL ... '9. 1 - I ,VJwiCi,-vo- f W. A. BGCKLER. A(cnt. ueneriil Ingolls Utilldlcsc, Cincinnati, O, i'istnr CO CRTS imniiiifH!i A Hpm ;,g- it n wHmm mm Institution "I Tills .bank Is a homo institution, Our loans arc niado right ,horeat ,S?homu to. our food fnrmcrs nail lusine8B men. It is a homo institution for pur homo people. We will pay .vou good Interest on your idle funds. Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your personal check. It Is very simple, convenient and safe. Call and wo gladly ex- many a'lvahtng-eof a checking account. You will always Sshavc' a receipt which cannot bo disputed. The endorsed cheek, which ill) will be returned to you is Ineontestlhle proof of tho payment of tho bill UH Yonr money Is safe deposited in this bank to your credit. If you car- S rj It in your pocket or Icavo it at home it may bo lost or stolen XT"' Come In and let un talk these matters over with you. Splnlntho M weU-drewn. Circuit Court, 1st Monday In January, (4 wrclcs), 4tli Mominy In April (two urnk), .Inl Monday in August (three weeks). Quarterly Court, 1st Monday in each month. County Court, 4th Monday in each month. Mt. Vernon I'ollco Court, 3rd Monday in each month. LODGES Aids Nature The great success of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery in curing weak stomachs, wasted bodies, weak lungs, and obstina'o and lingering coughs, is based on the recognition of the fundamental truth that "Golden Medical Discovery" supplies Nature with muscle-makin- g materials, in condensed and concentrated form. With this help Nature supplies the necessary strength to the stomach to digest food, build up the body and. thereby throw off lingering obstinate coughs. Tho "Discovery" the digestive and nutritive organs in sound heclth, purifies and enriches the blood, nnd nourishes the nerves in short establishes sound jrigorous health. tissue-repairinL Jl THEBANK OF MT. VERNON, (iNCORPOltATKD.) J 1 H m While it u true that fine clotliei do not make fine men, the man will always command atten-h'o- When you buy Ashland Lodge No. Cio, F. & A. M., meets on the L'nd anil Jtli Monday in each month fit 7:30 p. M. Mt. Vernon Royal Arch Chapter meets nt 2 p. m. on the 1st Monday Iu each month. Landranr Council Jfo. C9, meets 3rd Monday In each month at 7:30 p. in. Franklin Chapter,' Order Eastern Star, meets 2nd and 4th Thursday's at7:3'i p, m. Mt. Vernon Lode No. 319, J. 0. O. K. meet every Saturday errnlui&it 7 o'cl ck . your dealer otters something "lust as Hood," It la probably better FOlt HlNlt pays better. But you are thinking ot tho euro not, the profit, so there's nothing "Just as $ood" tor you. Say so. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, In Plain English; or, Md-Icin- e Simplified, 1003 pages, over 700 illustrations, newly revised Edition, paptr-bounsent for 21 one-cestamps, to cover cost of mailing only. Cloth-boun31 stamps. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. d, j MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. 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