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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t J = P blished Every Friday i i VOLUME XXI7 MT VERNON ROCK CASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 1911 NUMBER 28 A p Q L V ijSiIi Rl800 BOYS FOR are the thing whea you there for and CLOTHES newfstyles Suits The styles fabrics iEaster in ever suitis high class elaborate display colors in new weaves and new models Wear r are showing lot of stunning new ideas in styles and pat terns and we are sure they will please you PRICE U ALL 1 prices from i ONE CorD 0 r L- Lt L RJ l d and = 50c to F I Vi f1Aljl THAT lBr iflliY ij SHOESI 6On OIRI5 I right B Shoes WEAR Theyre right sfcyle cc BUSTER BROWN GUARANTEED Guaranteed Spring a L 750 TO 1650 rl R lr S a R 1 Y S 4 4i A the very te sfr men Derbies soft hats in in the colors JOt to S3 THE NATIONAL S r 4 that has xu r j 1t I t l Q Jkj a J 4 ort in an fi 1 ALL h Sizes i Thirty from i 0N E TOO WT Ix HATS FOR MEN AND BOYS jwonderful dispiaYincluding Anew Sprmgl19h telescope STETSON HATS 35O from The Store things different Others Ht SUTTON McBEE ll VEiRNOtJKY lf iuui 11 vuou ion I inI BON HARVEY HELM Congressman Harvey Helm ot Stanford representing the Eighth Congressional disv v was highly honored by the Democratic caucus of the new House which met in Washington Monday He was made Cuairman ot the Committee on Expenditures of the War Department and was also placed on the Insular Affairs and Census committees Ben Johnson was the only other Kentucky congress wan to g t a committee chairm nIhip he being placed at the LI V1NGSTOA J J Painter the Brodhead scribe was here Sunday Wv A Rice svgs in Mt Vernon MondayMrs G Falin is visiting at Pine Hill this weekUa1I1 Mullins and Dr R G Webb were in Louisville Saturday Cam said he heard the next Governor make a speech fudge O Rear being the one heI one he had refference to Well they must put up souse man for slaughter and the Judge will doi just as well as any for it is a foregone conclusion that James B will be the next Governor ot Kentucky It is useless for them to make a fight this fall but you know a drowning man will grabat a straw But boys you have run yonr course and there is defeat laid up for you The extra session of Congress was convened Monday Now the mudslinging begins with a Demo cratic House a Republican Sen ate and a Republican President Well we may not get the bills passed that should be but we can block the game with the other boys that have had their way for 18 years or until there has been a trust formed on eeery thing we consumeThere is great competi t tion in Livingston at present and flour has dropped from 86 to 460 and still the war goes on But competition is the life ofa town especially for those that have to i purchaseWe understand that the f Sunday closing law worked like a charm This is something that we should have had long ago and most every one is glad that we have it On last Sunday every business house closed its doors in Livingston and we did not hear j any one being dissatisfied with 01 closing law Mrs Susie Mullins and Miss Bertha Hicks left Sunday for Lon don and Corbin for a few ydasvisit i Rev Livingston filled his regular j appointment lat the Chris ian i church Saturday and Sunday assisted by the Rev Lunceford of Jack 5 son countyW M Preston and Y Joseph OMary went to Mt Ver- non5 Monday and took the Royal v Arch degrees in Masonry L M 1 Westerfield is on the sick list this s week Daniel Ponder has purchas- edj a house and lot on Main Street V and moved into itW H Cotton 2 gim of Pine Hill was in our town 2 Monday H W Bowman was in McKee Jackson county last week Crawford Stanley ot Stanford is j visiting relatives here William W Westerfield has returned from Stan J fordudfaa and Mrs Magee vs of the District dPColurnbia com mittee This prominent assignment puts Congressman Hem at the very forefront in the new Democratic Congress and is regarded as a great honor especially in view of the fat that he is now only serving his third term Mr Helm has been flooded with congratulatory messages from all over the district and state since announcement of his selection as a committee chair man was made public ited in Mt Vernon first of the week Section Foreman McCary was in Loudon Saturday J H Brown ing is in Very poor health and will takeatripto Florida for a mouths stayWe are having a great deal ofrain and farmers are getting be lated with their workWell some days it looks like Spring is here and perhaps in twentyfour hours it is snowing So we will write no more about Spring untill we are sure that it has come and come to PonICol R M Jackson of London was here between trains Wednes dayN B Crouch of Lebanon Junction is moving his family here Dr Francis Dentist of Mt Ver non is with us every Wednesday News is scarce this week so our letter will be short Judge LW Betburura was here between trains Wednesday BJIODHEAD The Brodhead Graded School thoroughly enjoyed the spelling contest at Mt Vernon even though a they were not victors We regret however that the trustees of the Mt Vernon school refuse to permit them to accept the challenge of the Brodhead students to enter into a similar contest with themB C Anderson and sou has just closed a contract with J Thos Cherr purchasing his store house fo 1800 Mrs Monie Dunn of Dan ville is visiting her sister Mrs J G Frith Mrs Maud Sproule and children of Paris visited relatives here first of the wee1rMrsBelle Hender son of Lowell is visiting her daughter Mrs E B Newland Mrs Lizzie Lynch who has been at Stanford under treatment for a sprainedankle is visiting Mrs J Thos CherryMiss Kate Wells of Crab Orchard visited Miss Jewel Francisco Saturday and Sunday N Giles Carter and wife of Tellico Plains Tenn have been visiting his parents and brother Dr WF Carter Joseph Dupen Carter who has been in the bank with his brother at Tellico Plains Tenn has come home to syenda few months with hisfathersnd tiot r Chan lie Yonce and wife of Manring Tenn have been visiting Mr and Mrs John Robins FL Durham and wife of Mt Vernon visited relatives here last week EgbertWallin of Oakdale Tenn is athomeGranviHe Owens and family will move to the country in a few days and Melvin Owens will take charge of the exchange Miss Dome Bunch Established sqSaeBacgfc r = rq I YS SALE ON FLOURJJJ Best Flour 57 J2cpr sack 230 per 100 460 pr bbl 2nd best 45c pr sack 180 perH 360 H H This flour is made by Zareing Grain 3illCot Rich mondt Ky Dnttforget we will save you money on Dry Goods I Notions Shoes and Clothing Also big line Furniture Stoves and Ranges fV 7 t 7 Come and see us 1r I Yours for Low Prices fl L- 1t HDAVIS IIVINGSTQNKYa T Q X r x of Knoxville Tenn is visiting her sister Miss Katie BunchMr T S Frith who was sick for several weeks is able to be out again Bro Rogers of Louisville filled his appointment at the ChristianI church Sunday The aid Dramatic club will play All a Mistake a force comedy in three acts here Friday night April 7th the proceeds go for the benefit of the Christian church at that plac Miss Jewel Francisco visited Mrs J H Barnett of Quail this Week J A Landrum Proxy of The Grand High Priest with a number of members of Mt Vernou Royal Arch Chapter No 140 came down Saturday evening and set to work Brodheadchapter John Robins was installed as High Priest J Thos Cherry King W E Gravely Scribe Wade H Leece Treasurer Sylvan Bordes Secretary George lB Lyne Captain of the Host John F Phelps Master of 1st Veil A meeting was called for April nth when the otter officers will be appointed and installed and degrees conferred on a large class by the Mt Vernon degree teams MIDNIGHT IN THE OZARKS and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton of Clay City Ill coughed and coughed He was in the mount ains on the advice of five doctors who said he had consumption but found no help in the climate and started home Hearing of Dr Kings New Discoveryhe began to use it I believe it saved my life he writes for it made a new man of me so that I can now do good work again For all lung diseases coughs colds la grippe asthma croup whooping cough hay fever hemorrhages hoarseness or quinsy its the best known Price 5o and loo yyChas C Davis A legislative programme was adopted by the Democratic caucus which is expected to confine the activities of the coming extra session of Congress to popular election of Senators Canadian reciprocity tariff revision investi of Governmental depart gments congressional reapportion meet Statehood for Arizona and New Mexico general appropriations District of ColumI bia legislation and campaign contributionsIOver 7 Nest Pass coal district in British Columbia have quit work through a wage controversy Constipation brings many ailments in its train and in iheprimary cause ot much sickness Keep your bowels regular madanv and you will escape many ot the ail ments to which women aresubject Constipation is a gery simple thing but like mady simple things it may Jeadto serious consequences Nature often needs a little assistance and when chamberlains Tablets are given at the first indi cation much distress and suffering may be avoided Sold by Chas C IMVlSw 1 wkSE5 USE WE h1 LtaiyJi 1887 wi DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE I IAnd don t have to grease t but once a week Made in Louisville by CHAS C STOLL OIL CO nttnHtnnttntntnnttntn nttntnnnnntnttnnltnnytn lie Are No Prophets I E But if youc n tell us what a young man is doing with M his money we can make a pretty good guess 3Efrom now E = The young i men with the bank ac Ecountswin be the business men 3 E The men of affairs of the future They 3will be the employers of labor The men g who do things Young men start a bankaccount with usr E Very truly yours 3 PEOPLES BANK I PHONE M EUUUU1UiU1U1UUU1U1UH11U U1U1U1UUU1UUUUU11U1U D 3 CC4kbC E ccWmIT ISNT AN EASTMAN IT ISNT A KO AK THE BEST RECREATION IS KODAK The Easy AllISyDay Light way of makingpictiresI with the bother left out We carry a full and Kodak Su p- pCHASC1DAVIS lies Ask us for a Kodak Catalog fr 1 X LEADING DRUGGIST I Phone89 MT VERNON KY pc9 zcx i u S IVlI VtHNyN SiGNAL iii FInAY April 7 1911- every Friday by rFublishd ALBRIGHT 3UBSCgIPTION ONE YEAR ioo 4tlvusing rales made known on aj5lwaiwn MMBEROP XENTUdEY PRESS ASSOCIATION r f ANNOUNCEMENT t We are authorized to announce G s M HALYARD as a candidate for Repre sentative otRockcistle and Laurel coun ties subject to the action of the Repub lican party I We are authorized to announce R G 9 WEBB as a candidate for Representative of Rockcastle and Laurel counties sub ty ject to the action of the Republican par We aro authorized to announce E B Thompronls a candidate for Representa 4 tive of Rockcaalle and Laurel counties subject to the action of the Republican party EASTERN KENTUCKY MINERALS Prof C J Norwood director of the State Geological Survey de livered an address before the Lex ington Commercial Club a few days ago in which he told some thing about the development that is going pa in Eastern Kentucky and the spletfdid prospects of that great mineral region The extension of the Lexington Eastern railroad Prof Norwood said1 would open a coal district J that heretofore had been practically untouched adistrict rich iu domes tic steam and coking coal the ex tension of the Louisville Nash yule road through Bell and Harlan counties also would open a rich field in coking coal the Con solidation Coal Company is spending 2000000 in building a road from its properties in the Bi Sandy Valley over the ridge intoI the valley of the Upper Kentucky River where it will connect with 7the Lexington Eastern and open additional mines the Chesapeake Ohio railway also is building a line in the same direction to connect with the L E extension Prof Norwood said the Eastern Kentucky coal field last year pro 4 duced about 6000000 tons equal to the total output of the State in io02v Within two or three d years he believes Kentucky will enter the twenty million ton class in the production of coal and this will be due chiefly to the development now going on and planned in the Eastern field This pre 0 diction seems conservative injpieyf of the fat that the States pro duction an year mounted to 14i 500000 tons- Besides the coal in the mountains there is a good quality of fluxing limestone flue building stone iron salt brines clay gas and petroleum Prof Norwood said the lu MirJ g stone in Rockcastle county Is of a finer quality than the famous Bedford stone ashit keeps its color while the Bedfc id stone becomes black with age JJHe said concerning the gas and petro leum fields that it it were not for the companies that control the pipe lines Kentucky would rank high among the other States in their production He asserted that we had a better gas field than the public generally suspectscCI has been saidby producer out side of the State that Kentubix i1 naturally one of the most im portant petroleum States in the unionProf Norwood and his assistants in the State Geological Survey have devoted much time and re search to the minerals of Eastern Kentucky He therefore speaks as one having great knowledge of his subject and his remarkmay be accepted as not tinctured with exaggeration CourierJournal or overenthusiasm THE NEWS FROM THE STORES The relation of the merchant to his public is much like that of the newspaper man to his audience The public or at least the feminine end ot it picks up The newspaper with as much eagerness to learn the news of bargains and of styles as to see what the army is doing in Texas The merchant who does not re spond to this demand with a good story about his offerings and values meets the same fate as the news paper man who does not know a good piece of news when he meets it on the street When advertising fails to attract it is usually because the writer failed to make it newsy In this spring season there is a human interest story in every retail business a story of the fleeting caprices of style of shrewd bargaining by which the merchant has protested his customers of overstocks that help family income go fartherThe listens Mr Mer chant Are you there Pineville Ky March 15 i9n Dear Sir You are doubtless advised that the counties of Wise and Lee in the State of Virginia the counties of Claiborne and Campbell in the State of Tennessee have procured funds and completed arrangements for the extensive building of high ways through those counties In order to keep pace with this great progressive movement aud to con J L r i ooq nect these setlOusot ouYneitfhoo ing States with the central ana northern portions of Kentucky we earnestly desire your presence to jgethtrr with any of your citizens who desire to come at a convention to be held in Pineville Bell codnty Kyon the 9 and 20th of April 1911r the purpose of effecting ja permanent organization looking t to the building and maintaining a system ot highways in Southeastern Kentucky A highway runnig through fom the Virginia and Tennessee lines to Central Kentucky is especially needed in order to connect with the roads being constructed south of the Kentucky I We earnestly incist that you be present and give us the benefit of your views and adviand that you might become a member of tbv crgGnTrarior and assist in 7cs great work B Jour aid and cooperation the Southeastern Ken tucky Good Roads Association can do much that will insure to the general welfare of our State and especially to the Southeastern portion thereof Please advise the committee if they can expect your personal at tendance Very truly A FUSON IIB S HELBURN R PATTERSON The above is a circular letter being mailed out to people inter ested in the effort to construct the proposed pike connecting Eastern Kentucky Tennessee and Virginia with the Bluegrass andother p ints north All who are interested are cordially invited to attend this meeting We hope to see Rockcastle represented by one or more delegates DEATH ROLL OF THE MINES It costs the lives of 1125 men to mine 231966070 tons of coal in Pennsylvania lat ye according to the annual report of the chief of the State Department of Mines just issued Iii proportion to the number of men employed and the amount of coal mined the work in hard coal mines are more hazardous The anthracite production was 82 269294 tons persons employed 167927 killed 598 The bitu mincusv output was 148606776 tons persons employed 187711 killed 527 These figures make it evident that there is either a carelessness or a recklessness of super vision upon the part of the mining corporations that needs immediate remedy Our baby cries for Chamber lains Cough Remedy writes Mrs T B Kendrick Rasaca Gar OIt- IS the best cough remedy on the market for coughs colds and croup For sale bY Chas C Davis iTh first division review of the regular army since the mobiliiation of troopsin Texas took place at Fort Sam Houston Saturday after noon Some loooo people wit nessed the spectacle TSELL ROYAL OWE Shoe Value isnt in the Price You Pay its in the pleasure You get in wearing the shoes They jnuskfit right as well as look right Thats the reason that SELZ shoes made on foot form II asurements iiUf4 ted to your feet by expert salesmen make it easyto buy shoes bereand make it an everyday joyto wear the shoes after youve bought them i YOU WANT SMART STYLES IN SHOES f i o JT l and theres no reason yoiushQuldnrt get that as well as qn 1 randJitJt8 a marked feature of our IsELZ line the smart snappy styles young me- ii like and that older men dont object to tf I rd 13- J FDISELZ SHOES here for men women and children J j t WGGU rantGGSmJZ HOI 1 wC H AS B McKENZllrt t SUCCESSOR TOMcKENZIE McBEEr S PV iiiiWI p Pu F i The ar1 element had the ad- vattagjn the local optxon electkn held in Indiana Saturday in seven tovVtotehips French Lick and West Baden and the township of Helt were carried by the wets he prohibit on forces made d cided gainsin Orleans and Paoi townships In a caustic refusal t6many petitions for the pardon of Frank Jail of Bell c untv sentenced tlr- life for murdei Guy W iisn criticised court officials who recommended the pardon arid also fraternal lodges which petitioned against it alwaysdueand quiclv ields to the free application of Chamberlains Lini For sale by Chas C Davis IThe niUiqtjaire grandfather of Waldo Rogerc has gone to Las Vegas N M to help direct the search for the boys kidnappers In case of rheumatism relief horn pain makes sleep andrest possible This may be obtained by applying Chamberlains Lini ment sale by Chas C Davis German measles is epidemic at Harvard College Forty cases are in the Infirmary including R B Hutchcraft Jr of Paris Ky iw T FRANCIS Dentist Mt Vernon Ky Home and office in the late residence Dr Myers formerly occupied on Old laiitStt Mt Vernon By repuest the unfinished work contracted by Dr Myers will be completed by Dr iran cis without extra charge He Is pre pared todo an jthing in the dental line Gi own and Bridge work a specialty All Work guaranteed Will bp in Brodhead every Tuesday andCivingston every Wednesday dC MeCLARY UNDERMER and EMBALMER StAnford KyI RJW DYCHE1 DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main St Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed OG Williams ATTORNEYATLAW W MX VERNON KY JOFFICE On and floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetrSpecial attention given to collections Phone No 80 r = T ror w r j rtMfcl c- 3I LADIES i c s 1youpieces of New Furnituret brighten up the old walls with New Paper and the floors with New Rugs B I INVITE YOU 4tocall and look through my stock from beginning to end andsee 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 Uarge Shipment of Rugs Car pets and Mattings Just Arri- vedSBMCKENZIEI i M THE fURNITURE ANAPhone JJ3 MT VERNON KY 3caK3g K3 c Why Not Read TUB CoiuieilowDal HENRy WATTERSON EDITOR WE CAN FURNISH YOU TeSqnaAND TH- EWeekly CourerJourrToth ForOnly 15OWe can also give liberal combination rate with DAILY or SUN DAY COURIER J O U R N A L Write Courier Journal Company Louisville K for free sam pIe copy of edition you desire but be sure to send your subscription order to this paperNOr to the CourierJournal ENGLISH SQUIRREL is a combined stallion 3 years old full x6 hands high 3 white feet and star a beautiful bay with high style and action This excellent young stallion will make the season of 1911 at my barn mile from Hiatt Postoffice at 10 oo to insure a living mare colt and 800 to insure a living horse colt Season money is due when colt is folded or mare parted with Care- taken to prevent accidents but not respdsible should f anvoccurIt j Wood Squirrel 2622by Black Squirrel 58 1st dam Nel lie Dudemr reg No 3663 by VanMeters King739 son of Silver King he by On Time 745 by Stone wall Jackson and dam by Cabbells Lexington F S Wood Squirrels ist dam was by Guilt Edge 261 2nd dam the dam of Eagle Bird by Star Eagle son IofCabbelPs Lexington F S 3rd dam by Hamlet IDenmark 217 Star Eagle being the best son of Cab bells Lexington F S Dam Maude V 40 by Do r lans Grainger 2nd dam the great show mare Effie 1 by VanMeters Waxy P S by Bertham half broth er to the great Lexington Abdallah Messenger 1st dam the Wm Lusksaddle mare the best saddle mare ever in Garrard county by Davy Crocket son of Dennys Dreunon by Imp Drennon 2nd dam by Highlander Abdallah messenger sire ofEnglish Hunter is by Messenger Chief sire of laid Mess enger2 164 Jake726 and 7 others than 2 30 ist dam Sussie by Sentinel 2 i8J in 1872 sire of Von Amin 2 1934 and 7 others better than 2 30 arid i t full brOther to Volunteer 2nd dam Kitty Rivers g d of Maude Messenger 2 16Jjby Alexanders Abdal Sj lah sire Goldsmith Maids 14 and the most prepo tent son of Rysdyks Hambletpnian 3rddam by Red Jacket sire of the lam of Kentucky Wilkes 2 21 t and of the gd of Red Wilkes by Comet a son of Sherman Morgan sire of Vermonts Black Hawk founder of the Morgan family the greatest family of v roadsters in the world Ransom ssired byv Mark Denmaik by Tom Bill by Stonewall Jackson I Washington Denmark by Old Black Denmark byiledgefocdImp Thoroughbred ist dana Guyn s J Drennoii by Anderson Dreniionby Yates Dren jby by Old Peayine i j Wsm 1 ldDrenDd2i LEAR Wt4 HIATT KY it i I f j o f t r SgDCDK e M e GRANVILLE OWENS iIJi M ofall LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes AU Tele phone c3 1Filled HOW ABOUT YO- URWATCH DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME IF NOt WHY NOT If you are having any such trouble about your watch 01 clock Just turn it over to ns and if it does not run all OK it will cost you nothing We guarantee our work Give us trial We do all kinds of soldering and repair work FRANK MOORE AT DR S C DAVIS DRUG STORE MT VERNON KY Ohildren Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAMount WORKS anufacturer of and DEALER n Marbles and Granite Monuments kinds Estimates furnished on application GJQt9 W1NS iPropr- phonQ rr2 SPOSTED Any one guilty of trespassing on my IlJexteptoLthe r COMPLETE Mail Telegraph or 0 a YakOn Pill then TaIi itEa7 Take Whmt PilijWhy a DP Miles AntiPain Pill ofcourse Good for all kinds of pain Used to relieve Neuralgia Headache Nervousness Rheumatism t Sciatica Kidney Pains Lumbago Locpmotor Atsjcia Backache Stomachache Periodical insof jvomen and for pain in any part of the body UI have need Dr Mfles aaediciaes for over 12 years andfindthem excelIent I keep Dr Miles Anti Pam PlUs in the house all the time an3 would not think of taking a jouraey without theDo goingiMiss Lou CHURCHKJ 63 Higk St Pcmacook N H At all druBglstt 25 do M ale MILES MEDICAL CO Elklart fMl Yo uuw J a P1- MTLVERNON i = i SiGNAL V1T VJftNONKY AprIL 71911 III i9Call up No 79 when yoti want to Comtntiniv- efcte with SIGNAL z9 b A flflCO TIME TABLE 22 north 455 P m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1144 a m 21 South 1219 a m- TAS LANDRUM Agent rhone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Poatoffice as secondclass mail matter jiii JPEB80KAL Judge J B Lair has about recovered 1 A Bowman of Kingston was here this week John Clonz was taken suddenly very sick Wednesday- Dr D B Southard was in Louisville vesterday Miss Fan Sparks is theguest of friends in Louisville Mr W H Cox has been on the sick list since Sunday Howard Baker and family Kan sis are visiting relatives here Judge L W Bethurum is attend ing Federal Court in Covington Miss McCord and Miss Claudia Dodson spent Wednesday in Danville Mr and Mrs Fred L Durham were in Brodhead Saturday and a Sunday Rev Ebev Mullins was home from Barboursville a few hour Saturday Miss Annie Fishback is visiting in Lancaster and other Central Kentucky towns- Conductor Tyree Gently spent a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs H C Gentry Miss Willie Francis visited her sister Mrs Sylvan Bordes ner Brodhead this week 42 Mrs J W Hutcheson wasthe guast of Mrs M B Salin from Fridav until Sunday Rev Harry Schafer will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening Mis W L Richards and daugh ter Miss Sadie were in Louisville Monday and Tuesday Miss Bferta Jean Penny of Stanford was the guest of Miss f ftKrances Sparks Saturday J M Adams a prominent merchant of Brodhead was in town during the week on business c Catty and Mrs Frith of Brodhead were with Mr and Mrs Neal Parret Saturday and Sunday Mrs C P Reynolds of Iiv ing ton was with her father R B Mullins a few days of last weekDr GC Price went to Louis yule Vednesdayto take his younger brother to have his ees treated Marion Hamlin has moved r s family to West Va where he bar a position traveling for a Loui yule firm W M Hicks Judge Harry Ma Gee Cam Mullins Emerson Rice and others were up from Living ston during the week f Painter of Brodhead is the Jnight owlattheL N depot l for a few nights while CA Fur gerson is in Kansas on a visit Miss Fanny Hiatt daughter of Mr and Mrs A C Hiatt who I has been sick since the first of the year continues about the same The three Fish boys John Jesse and Jones who have been attend ing State Normal school at Richmond have returned home f and will proceed to get busy with r the plows Ed Jones and sister Mrs Cham bers Oldham left yesterday thorn jug for the West Mrs Oldham will stop in Oklahoma to join her husband while Mr Jones will go on to New Mexico The many friends of Mrs D N Williams who are so anxious 1 about her recovery regret very much to learn that she has suffered a relapse A later report says she is some better As expressed by one of the good women ol the town 4at the meeting of the Willing Workers Wednesday many a prayerhad gone up in her bebal by Mt Vernon friends Mrs Cleo Brown will soend Sunday in Coy irigtpn with her mother iV 4 T j T T t k5 1t 1 i b ljoi GUARANTEED C LOT HuE S for V box LOCAL Wall paper large assortment for sale at Mt Vernon Monumental Works Mt Vernon Call and examine Mch 3131 FRED OWENS W M Bullock has just pleted a house on Adams or RailI road street that is as nice as a rose and can be bought at a reasonable price First lot out of incorpora lion Mch 31 tf CORRECTION In our last issue we stated that Dr Pennin ton was here to see Mrs Bryant in consul tation with Dr Southard Dr A G Lovell is Mrs Bryants regular physician and the article should have read Dr Lovell instead of Dr Southard Prof Houston entertained at dinner WeScesda evening the members of his faculty and those of the students who took part in the spelling contest It was a most delightful evening for all and the mealwas served at the boarding house of Mrs Sue Butner Bartlett Griffin Co have pur chased the stock of goods of E Mullins Son at Withers and consolidated the same with their stock Fred Mullins who success fully managed the business for E Mullins Son will take a place with Bartlett Griffin Co and a better more reliable man than Fred is not to be found and this firm is certainly fortunate in being able to secure his services Miss Rella Hiatt and Mr Roscoe Griffin were married at the hQme of Mr and Mrs J B McKenzie at Maretburg yesterday Rev George Watson of the church officiated The bride is a daughter of Mr G S Hiatt and very attractive young lady The groom is a son of Mr Nelfe Griffin of Maretburg and a young man of many sterling qualities They will make their home in St Louis where Mr Griffin has a good railroad job The monotony ol every day life in Wildie will be broken by a base ball game between orieof the minor leagues of Madison county bearing the name of Blue Lick and Wildie Bears Tbe game to be played April 15th We are an interesting game Blue Lick will use as battery A1 Griffin and E Flannery while Wildie will use J A Laswell and E Phillips as we want to save Old Hi for another game We are hoping to see a good crowd out While in Crab Orchard Monday the writer had the pleasure of visiting the Crab Orchard Sani tariuiu which institution is papidly forgeing to the front asthe place to be relieved of all your ills an- dp1insWe also visited the plant of the Whites Cone entrated Water and Salts Co which company is planning great things for the fature An article is being pre Spared which will soon appear in these columns telling something of what the Sanitarium is doing and oftbe plans of the White company of which our good friend Mr James I White is General Manager TV iLl Whenever a suit Bearing the FISH label leaves our store you can absolute ly depend upon it being right every way Isnt it safer to buy one of prISMS Suits than to buy one that contains no label at allor the label ofsome unknown maker 47A C v r v FISHS CLOTHES FOR MEN YOUNG MEN AND LITTLE MENf are sold with FISHS guarantee back of every suit If you will come into our store today or tomorrow and simply try on a suit or two we can readily show you the difference in our clothes as compared to others HU I We sell WUNDERHOSE Men Women and Children Eour pairs guaranteed four month 5100 per of four pairs Presbyterian anticipating The coming of Transylvania Presbytery to Mt Vernon on Tuesday of next week is a fact worthy of note There are five Presbyterian districts or Presbv GeographIculIyiTransylvauia the largestand the meetings have usually been htld in one of the largest towns within the bounds of the Presbytery such as Dan ville Richmond and Lebanon Not onl7 does this Presbytery m et in Mt Vernon for the first time but the Womans Presbyter ial Missionary Society which covers the same territory as the P esbytery meets here on the same dates as the Presbytery These two bodies do not always meet in the same town and it is very sel dom that both rneetfin thesame town and at the same time f Why not let these 50 or 60 visitors go back to their homes in thIhospitality and civic pride of Mt Vernon and her people If vou have not already offered to enter tamone or m reof the delegates see a member of the Entertainment Committee and arrange lor such at once The evening meetings will be altogether popular meetings and exceptionally strong and attractive speakers have been secured for next Tuesday and Wednesday evenirgs The meetings close Thursday at noon The following is the program for the week TUESDAY EVENING SESSION 745 Anthem Praise Ye the FatberGonnodSoo Opening Sermon Christ ian Education by Presi dent F W Hinitt Ph D D D of Central University 900 Reception at Langdon Dor mitoryWEDNESDAY MORNING SESSION 830 Devotional Exercises by Rev H S Murdoch 9oo Business 1000 Conference on Foreign Missions conductad by Mr J M Patterson of St Louis Southern District Secy of Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions 1045 Address Conserving Pres byterian Forces in Transyl vania Presbytery by Rev F J Cheek D D Synodi cal Supt 1130 Miscellaneous Business 1200 Recess AFTERNOON SESSION 200 Business 430 Vesper Service Solo Fear Yenot 0 Israel Dudley Buck Miss Mary H Maxwell Sermon Rev OT Michel EVENING SESSION 730 Send out the Light Gounod Address Church Finances by Mr M J Patterson of St Louis Male QuartetttuTrt fil1 the LordH Handel 8 2or Address VThe Gbnserva K7 two ot dJbyPresl i3 dent J C Acheson M A of Caldwejl College- THURSDAY MORNING SESSION 830 Devotional Hour Rev J Rockwell Smith 9oo Business 1200 Adjournment The evening meetings are joint sessions of the Presbytery and the Womans Presbyterial Missionaty Society To these meetings as well as to all other conferences the public is most cordially invited Palm Sunday will be observed next Sunday morning attbe Presbyterian church The sermon and music will be appropriate Little Henry Thomas son of W R Thomas Fed at Pine Hill of whooping cough We was laid to rest in the Pint Hill cemetery on the 29 He was the baby boy of WR Thomas GOOD WORK A Garrard coun ty farmers wife gives all the eggs she gathers on Sunday to the church During the month of Jan uary and February they amounted in value to 4 Of course the num her will increase tith warm weath er and should calculate that the good lady wil contribute at least 30 a year Can you beat itD n yule Advocate The above has reference to Mrs J M Cress of the Preachersville neighborhood one of Rockcastles good natives W M Baker of Annabel Mo arrived in Mt Vernon Friday to bring his daughterinlaw Mrs M E Baker in response toa telegram announcing the serious illness of Mrs Bakers mother Mrs W C Childress of near Plato Mrs Childress died before her daughter reached here and the body was being lowered in the grave when news reached the family that Mrs Baker had arrived inMt Vernon and would be there as soon as it would be possible to drive there The body was then taken up and awaitlthethe burial took place in the family burying ground near the old homestead Judge L W Beth rum Hugh Miller and T J Nicelev attended a meeting of the Republican ex ecutive committee in Louisville last Saturday It seems to be a foregone conclusion that Judge Bethurum will be a candidate for auditor While we have no fears but what James BtbClSe who go on the ballot withnimj will go in by one of the old time Demc cratic majorities yet should it happen that the Republicans by some crook or turn are able to continue in power we would be awfully glad for Rockcastle to be represented and there is no one better suited than Judge Bethurum to fill the place If Rockcastle has ever had a candidate for a state office on either the Democratic or Republican ticket t memory if not even our oldest citizens runeth not the time and should theJudges name go on the ballot may safely expect to see Rockcastle give a Republican yote such as was never 1given before r t I J J McCall is installing a gristmill at Maretburg which will be run by a gasoline engine The Willing Workers are having a vistibale built in the Christian church which will fill a long felt n edIO Red Mullins and aMiss V nhook of near Plato boarded the early morning train Mibnday morning for Jeffersonville where they were made man and wife Thev intended to go to Jellicb but reached Mt Vernon too late to catch the south bound train MT VERNON WONTbeSpelli- ng contest between the Mt Ver non and Brodhead Graded schools pulled off at the Mt Vernon Graded school building on last Saturday evening was a most en ioyable affair and was thoroughly enjoyed by a large audience Prof J W Ireland of Stanford acted the part of referee and gave universal satisfaction There were twelve contestants from Brodhead and twelve from Mt Vernon there beingfourteen girls and ten boys The first to go down was Miss Judith McCall of Brodhead on wean for weenjMiss Zelma Jones ofMt Vernon followed next with hoard torhorde Brod head followed withthree in success ion Miss Rose Pike plentiods Miss Katie Bunch with lots of perslstaxjce and Miss Katie Price who counted the time anuallv Mt Vernon suffered a loss of two Miss Ethel Davis spelled admirable admirably and an s fore in centeniar lost Miss Fanny Butner her place Miss Florence Pennmgton of Brodhead didnot siezey her golden opportuuity while Rob McKenzie ot Mt Ver non leizurely left the platform Miss Lena Albright of the visitors cared but little for her portrate Miss Emma Da vis of the horne club wandered far from Porsia while Miss Ruth Mullins another of the MtVernonites preferred to Arbi trate rather than agitate Miss Etta Frith of Brodheal had an eye on Arizonia whit Byron Owens of the same class in his rush foruSan Francisco left off he Fran not enough dile gence lost Charley Thompson of the home club his place Brodhead lost one then Ml Vernon one which irotatidn was kept up until the last of the Brodhead school went down The armadilla of pastorial1caI Caw renot defineable that to Ben Fishback it was very blame able concerning all of which John Lair was so very facetepus and Wallace Haggard so in degent that Miss Etta Cable became very exhotic1 When the mist had cleared away the- on1Xwo out of the twenty four Masters Homer Proctor and Will Thompson a es4and 12 respectively A prize of 5 oo was awarded to the school winning and 250 to the winning contestant butas there were two an additional that both the boys The contest fl250asadd hours and twenty i Shay Penman negro convicted ot assault in Lincoln county will be the first man put to death by electricity in Kentucky The Governor has fixed the date ol ex ecution as May 6 There will be a union preaching service in the Court House next Sunday evening at 730 oclock The subject ot the sermon will be The Brotherhood of Man This is the first of a series of sermons on subjects upon which all Christians are agreed Come and help make the meeting a success Some time since an article ape peared in this paper which we copied from the Evening Post stating that Booth Thompson had shot and serioutly wounded a prominent business man in Jack sonville Fla Mr Thompson in a letter addressed to a Rockcastle friend says the report given out w Sa mistake and asks that it be corrected He says that he had some trouble with a man or rather one of the toughs of the city while riding on a street car and when he Thompson got off the car the man came at him and took hold when he fired the shot which was only a slight fleshwound and Thompson says further that he had offered the mad a small amount as a compromise which if not accepted against next Friday that then the matter would be fought out in the Courts Thompson says that he wants his Kentucky friends to know that he has nOt committed any serious rime OASTOnXABeustheliiiSlgnatwe If PUBLIC AUCTION I will on Satrtrday Apr 15 1911 at my store 3 mies East of Brod head sell to the highest bidder a portion of my stock of bats shoes clothing calico and n umerous other things of which our space does not permit mention Our intention is to reduce our stock and make room for our Spring goods Come and bring your friend Yoacant afford to miss it Sale begins promptly at 9 Yours for bargains W M SMITH Hiatt Ky HAS NO SUBSTITUTE ROY4 AK1 1- POWDER G Th mm lutelyPurez am 1ALJNLIMIWEj r1s l t v Ac any man who knows what good clothes are and where to buy them and he will say Collegian Clothes at Fishs Clothing Store On account of the wintry winds it was impossibletp dqfmuch clean ing up last Saturday but if the weather permits tomorrow April 8 will be observed instead Mr Anderson Proctor who died at his home in this county Sunday March 25 aged 93 years 6 months and 26 days had 122 descendants He had 8 children 5 of whom are living 37 grandchildren 19of these living 75 greatgrandchilHren and 2 greatgreatgrand bildren A Christian Church Bible Class was organized Thursday night cvith E It Gentrv President J W VanWink Ie Vice President F L Durham Secretary Robert Cox Treasurer and T A Houston Teacher The name of the class is Houstons Men Bible Class LOST APPETITE AND HOPE Neglected Cold Caused Compli Prqmptfy Restored 1alion by Peruna 1Mrs Rosa Boyer Mrs Rosa Boyer 1421 Sherman Ave Evanston Ill writes If any one has reason to praise Pe runa It is sure ly myselfLast I became so run down from the serious ef fects of a ling ering cold that several complications unit ed In pulling me down I could neither eat nor sleep well and los- tflesh and spirit 1 finally tried Peruna and it did wonders for me In two weeks I was like another- person and in a month I felt better than I ever had before I thank Peruna for new life and strength I send you two pictures so you can see what Peruna has done for meI BUY AND SELL REALESTATE I have on hand at present some very desirable farming Jand some mineral and timber land and some town property its all for sale come in and see me before you buy I will sell or exchange with you You will find me at the Bank of Mt Vernon A B FURNISH Mt Vernon Ky CASTORIAPor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the dSignature of f White Wyandotte eggs for sale at 5o cts per setting of 15 MRS SADIE MOORE Mch 243t1Mt Vernon Ky SALESMAN WANTED to look RockcastleICommission AlJdre The Harvey Oil Co ClevelandOhio A w t F- aL Gave Up Hope ell suffered five years with awful pains due to woman ly troubles writes Mrs M D McPherson from Chad bourn R CHThey grew worse till I would often faint I could not walk at all and I had an awful hurting in my side also a headache and a backacheIJ I gave up and thought I would die but my husband urged me to try Cardui so I began and the first bottle helped me By the time the third bottle was used I could do all my work All the people around here said I would die but Cardui relieved me I CbEuITheFor more than 50 years Cardui has been relieving womans sufferings and making weak women strong and well During this time thousands of women have written like Mrs McPherson to tell of the really surprising results theyobtained by the use of this purely vegetable tonic remedy for women Cardui strengthens builds restores and relieves or pre vents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles- If you are a woman begin taking Cardui today Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn for Spttial Instructions and 64page for Women sent free j 49 I i s I JOHt4 E CO ROUTED I AND HIDESHIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission Write for list mentioning this ad Established 1837- LOUISVILLEKY Efl7T 1ff mmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I fA1 VERNON O 3KET DO 3 PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS g FUNERAL DIRECTORS AN- DEMIIALMEIIS 3 3- Mt Vernon Ky s E COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3 = Coffins and Robes = E Licened Embalmer win have charge of that line of work forthe company = by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3 GEORCE OWENS Manager IEOidesMt Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 a I l r t PAID RAW price Ivi ORLEANS MOBiLE MARDI GRA Ii SPECIAL REDUcED AREITickets eaRl February 21 22 23 2425 26 and 27 Icd loturaiBtf tatil March 11th 1911 with Privilege of Extension STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL i MR PARTICULARS Ot TICKET POINTSII WRITE HC KINO W A t Pusocccr and Ticket Agent General Passenger Agent ECAln Stre t Uxington Ky Ingalls Building Cincinnati O nHngIThis bank isa home Jnstitution Our loans are made ghthcreat hpme to our good farmers and business men It is a home institution for our home people We will pay you good interest on your idle till funds 1ke a deposit and then pay your bills with your personal chelc It is very simpe co nveniant and safe Jail and we gladly ex II pn the many alvalttages ofa checking account You will always Ehave a receipt which cannot be disputed The endorsed check which wilI be returned to you is incontestible proof of the payment of the bill Yonr money is safe deposited in this bank to your credit If you car i2 rj it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or stolen Come in and let us talk these matters over with you ft THE BANK OFMT VERNON kINCORPORATED I E MT VERNON KENTUCKY M fiUUll HllU U1Hl 1l1i ifiUIJUiHns UK11 Our line of Couch Caskets j is unexcelled m Handmade Coffinsfuriiislied fthi t I All orders bYWireProm tiY Fill qt J- Utll WI A1CCX Phone 94 S M VERNON XYy mi n ft 1 i Alt jliJ1 w i i BEVVARB OROINTMENT FOR CATA RH THAT CON r Ali NfeRCURY aa mercury wilhsujely destroy the stnse of meWand cJniplereiy d tange the whole system when ehteriog it through the mucous surfac 5 suctC articles should never be usad excepv on presyrip- uons from reputable physicians as the damage they will do in ten fold to the good you can possibly dt rive from then Kjlls CHtarrh Cure manUfactureQ by F J Cheney Co Poled 0 contains no mercury and is taken nternany acting directly upon tile blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure jou get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Testimonials free Silu bv Druggists Prjce TSC per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for CQnsti pation If HENRY CLAY- My fine combined harasss and saddle horse Henry Clay a dark bay with black mane aod tail 16 hands high will make the season of i9n at my stable near HiaU at ro to insure 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 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 white belly and I44 hauds high This jack is known as the Pulas ki 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 parted with All care will be taken to prevent accidents but will npt be responsible should any occur CHINT LEAR mr3i3t H ATT KY July n wisfixeJ as the ne- arid Louisville as the place for the Republican State convention by the State Central and Executve Committee at its meeting in Louis yule Saturday The result iasetback for the ORear forces which desired an earlier tone it ion with Lexington as the place NEVER OUT OF WORK The busiest little things ever made are Dr Kings New Lie Pills Every pill is a sugarcoatt d globule thea1tntbat changes weaknes into strength Jarguor into energy brainfog into mental pow er curing Constipation Headache Chills Dyspepsia Malaria Only 25c at Cha C Davis For a pnrrhnse price of7C00 the Girls Frien lly SC ety Saturday purchased the Gheens proper cy in Crestnut street and will remodel It and conduct a home for working girls wrnjParticular Brand For Particular Dressers While it is true that fine clothcsdonot make fine men the welldressedman will always mmandatten tion When you buy Shield Brand Clothing you are certain to get a correct fit and plenty quality in every garment Prices are within reach of all 1000 THE LOWEST 2000 THE HIGHEST Give us a triland be convinced JH8RMANIWIL lj KY Till Mark of QnIityiiseier7C- 2at ceHr 1IIi- 4 7 ItAiten Q larterrriaue lie ii Torn Covingston 1St dam Mstd 2 id Ida Gray Ragle Tom Ctiigton jr possesses a of the fie gaits with speed grace and action He is a true type otthe saddler in beaty of motion and ibnn is fear ie4 and absolutely sound This Champion 3 year old stallion will make the sea o o 19 i at my arm U miles north of1nt Hill Ky lor 6 to insuie a living colt Set son money due when tndre is und ed or parted with Care iKen Jo prevent t accidents but not responsible should any occur JOHN W HILTON April 6 1911 PINE HILL KY STOEWALL JACKSON Stonewall Jackson was irid v Leoi Stonewall he by Stonewall Jackson Jr he by Stonewall Jackson 72 he by Vashinvitou Den mark 10 he by Washington Importer Stonewall Jackson S IstdalU sired by John G Carlisle and a bright chesnut sorrel i6j hands highand a model ofsuperior sryle and was sired by Senator Black borne he by Dillad Dudley he bv John Dillon the sire of the dam of Phil Thompson 216 Essie 2283 Oleaf222 McLeod 2 I 14 Syemc 22934 Membsiou Archie 224f R T C 223 Wick 226 Wild Rake 3 years old 22254 John Dil lardwas sired by ludian Chief he bv imported Chief John G Car ihsles dam Blue leans 2nd dam a race mare Stonewalls 2nd dam by General Grant 3rd dam by Stonewall Jackson 72 This horse will mae the season iotigiiatmy barn at Brodhead Kyi at 8 to insure a living colt Seasonnioney is due when mare is sold or partedwith or bred to other tuck A lien is retained on all colts till season is paid See thishorse before you book your mares JACK I will also at the same place stand the Mode Crawford Jack Bill Walker at 5 to insuie a liv ing colt Phone m Residence No 24 DICK ALBRISHTBRODHEAD SILVER DARE Five years old 16 hands high ai Mahpgqny bay sired by the great Dignity Dare 1982 he by Cues ter Dare No 10 be oy Black Squirrel No 58 he by Black Eagle No 54 he by King William No 67 he by Washington Denmark No he by Gains Denmark No 61 64I Silver Dares first dam is by SiJI ver King he by Ontirae No 74 she by Stonewall Jackson No 72 he by Washington Denmark No 64 This beautiful young stallion is a combined horse is a fine harness horse itti nice smooth run and walker and could he made a fie gaited horse He has proven hit selfa great breeder Colts come with good size style and Action aid most all saddle His colts won a number of first prizes at Brodhead Fair last season This horse will make the season of 191 at ray stable 3mile of Hiatt PIstClfficeat 10 to insure a lving colt Season money btcomes due wheq eolt comes or mare sold or parted with Pasture for mares at reasoqable price and will give them my personal attention but will notbe responsible for accidents or escapes See this horse before breedingvyour mares JACK I willvat the same time and place Stand a good jack five year old black with white points 14 hand high and a good breeder 600 for horse colt 800 for mare colt RL SMITH HIATT KY Phone Irrllesidence mr3itf SAVED HIS MOTHERS LIFE Four doctors had given me up writes i1tlrsLal1ra Games of Avoca Ia 1and my children and all my friends were looking for me to die when my son insisted that I use Electric Bitters I did so and they have done me a world or gdodi i will always praise them Electric fitters Ts a priceless bless tug to women troubled with faint itlganddiz1Y spells backache headache weakness debility constipation or kidney disorders Use them and gain new health strength vigbiv Theyre uarant satisfy dr money t funded dtl50catChas Q Davis r f iizir OPENINg OF THE SEASON BALLI IEarly ball games played on io itLern diamonds are a reminder of the coming season a d and that it is good business lot any town to maintain a stro ig team The one lack of the sport is that it rarely encourages the average man into exercise Oi his own Sit ting on ih olea hers cheeiing L e home Boys or even execrating the umpire do nOL develop your own muscle But the sight of nine men drilled to become oje intelligent unit the snap anti vivacity ofa SPrt where ttiiiighi and action are instaueous tie exhibiitou of a perfect muscular development and control the cum plcte niusiery shown over Uc iuvs ot moiiou as applied 10 a ball all tHis wouiu seem a wondenul speciacie were ii not so iaiuiiiiir Aua tDc swiii sums at lortuue in tms tuuitiug compctiuon appeal to lit uooic and eulhusla tlc Auier1cuLtLperaiiimcntA to gie adequate support to base ball seems to a host ot people as slow as a town minus a raitroad And iht business men should refiecc that visitors who come Jlp see ue L t often remain to buy at the store When a medicine must be given to young children it should be plea unt to take Chamberlains Cougn Remedy is made tram loat sugar and the room used in its preparation gives it a flavor similar to maple syrup making it pleasant to take It has no superior for colds croup and whooping cough For sale by Chas C Davis In their report of the imped i m of orphans homes hi Louis yule Fayette countv women forming a committee declared they theiiuformthe strict rules of the Kentucky Childrens Home Society and the convents of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd Thisis mark which is foundon every bottle of the genuine ScottsErnulsion the standard Cod Liver Oil preparation of the world Nothing equals it to build up the weak and wasted bodies of young andold FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Send ICc name of paper and this adfor our beautiful Savings Bank and Childs SketchBook Each bank contains a Good Luck Penny SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St NY Court and Lodge Directory COURTS Circuit Court 1st Monday in January weeks 4th Monday In April two weaks 3rd Monday iu August three weeks Quarterly Court 1st Morfdajv JU each month County Court 4th Monday in eachmonth Mt Vernon Police Court 3rd Monday in each month LODGES Ashland Lodge No Fc MlUeets on the 2nd and 4th Monday in ech month at 730p Mt Vernon Royal Arch Chapter meets at 2 p m on the 1st Monday in each month Land rum Council ijo 69 meets 3rd day in each montkat730 p in Franklin Chapter Order pastern Star mefs 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 7311 p m Mt Vernon Lodge No 319 L O 0 F meets every Saturday crening at 7 oclock I WGl zi i = OLIjj1 ltJJALCOHOL 3 PER jG AV geabe slmLlatinglheroodanegIL Promotes DigestioncItee ness and RestContaIns neitbir norNiaethLII rI flt tef61LOrChi2TJYtE- JZplt Api La 4rrent + k ltll1m7 Jr7zlsadaInaAper- fectRemedyforCousipa Lion WormsConvulsiousYeVtrts- lj ness nndLoss OF SLEEP O- 13i FacSimile Signature or NEW YORK Exact Copy of Wrapper t THE PARAMOUNT ISSUEI iChicago Inter Ocean When a woman can own a base ball team like the St Louis Cardinals why should she want to bother with a vote Washington Post In building the new ball park it is to be hoped that a nice wide chair will be provided for a certain distinguished RecordHerald Breathes there a man with soul so dead that he has not taken the tronble to inform himself as to the date of the opening game Ohio State Journal It should be clearly understood that when we bestow the honor of a capital initial letter upon tie Senators we are referring to the ball team and not the statesmen IWashingtonTimes If President Johnson any doubt as to whether the new grandstand will be ready for the opening game he should get volunteers enoughamong the impatient fans to insure its completion C S r cIa X aBears thTheSignature IGl KICKED BY A MAD HORSF Samuel Birch ot Beetown Wis had a most narrow escape from losing his leg as no doctor could heal the frightful sore that develop ed but at last Buctlens Arnica Saive cured it completely Its the greatest healer ot ulcers burns boils eczema scalds cuts corns coldsores bruises and piles on emh Try it25c arLlias C j Pierces physicianan possessionyour YOU NEVER REGRET COST OF AN ARTICLE PROVES SATISFACTORY GREEN SEAL PAINT without most efficient house paint- on market cheapest that will further longer thanotherr paints Only best materials WHITE LEAD THE PREDOMINANT PIGMENT temperedwith just enough zinc prevent chalking quickly as isthe caseyhere leadalone N NOE Mi ra n GASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Usa For Over Thirty Years CASIORIA 7 SHERIFFS SALE virtue of execution No 673 directed to me which issued from Clerks office of the Rockcastle Circuit in favor of F L Thompson Aduir oi Owe as against R E Lawrence one of my deputies on of April 9 n between of g oclock a m 3 oclock p at the front door of the Courthouse in Vernon Rockcastle County It being the regular counts court at public sale to the highest bidder the following property or as much necessary to the amount of Plaintiffs debt interest cost1 to oue of located in Rockcastle county n the head Creek bound fasfollows On the North by lands of John Wiggins Albright on Vest the lands of Billy Blanton on the South by the lands of Lewis McAdams on the East by the lands of Mary Lawrence Joel containing 30 or Levied upon as the property of R E Lawrence TERMS Sale on a credit of months bond with approved required bearing interest at rate of six annum IrOns day of having the force andeffect of a judgment qhisiday of March T J NICELEY Sheriff R C Dr Faoriie PrescriptionI- s the best ofall medicines for the cure of diseases disorders and weaknesses peculiar to It is the only preparation of its devised by a regularly gradu ated experienced cad skilled specialist in the diseases ofwomen It is a safe medicine many condition of too system THE ONE REMEDY whIch contains no alcohol and no injurious habitforming drugs cad which creates no craving for stimulants THE ONE REMEDY so good that its makers are not afraid to print its ingredient on outside bottle wrapper and to the truthfulness of the same under It is sold by medicine dealers everywhere and any dealer who hasnt it can it Dont take a substitute of unknown composition for medicine OF COMPOSITION No counterfeit is as good us the genuine and the druggist who says else is just as good as Dr Pierces is either mistaken or is trying to deceive you for his own selfish benefit a man is not to be trusted He is trifling your most health may be life See that get you ask for I THE IF IT HANNAS is doubt the the and is in the end it go and wear the used with AS to used t J2 FOR SALE BY T VhoKy Bv the Court Logan Ior will the 24 day the hours and m Mt Ky day expose thereofas may be satisfy and tract land Ky ateroi Negro and and George the by and and Woodall acres more less will be made three security the per Per sale and 1911 women kind such every each attest oath get this something Such with priceless your itself you what in are isr the cent