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VERNON, p4 H. l 1 M F ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY.f FRIDAY, APRIL 14. 1911. n-- achine hour in our store, mdtuiue. $ W Shutts Suggests TO QUALITY, CHARACTER AND a WaV I lifit Knan5. w b 4W Broino, Ky. April. 8tli iOlt x p t EXCLUS1VENESS Call at our store and rare the real keynote. we will show you through the best line of clothing ever shown in this county save you from $3 to $5 on every suit. n Wmnim.m We FRAT SUITS. $7.50 to $16.50. rr l-- .Y""t "si tjst- -- aSu got satisfaction, style, durability even- eleganc The lino combination of all those things is the reason yhy tho all coming here for their suits. Blue Sorgo, fancy boys Grays and Browns. You - ill!!. BOYS' FINS SUJTS Vk m' cioti... I" Perfection Suits $4 to$S. M.'liUM'JW , Wo carry the four great specialty lines. Shoes that are .noted for their style, wear and comfort. Wo have nothing but the very best values that can bo had. SHOES MANN SHOES FOR MEN SELBY SHOES FOR WOMEN EXCELSIOR SHOES FOR" BOYS BUSTER BROWN Shoes for Children! The Store that has things diff erent from others SUTTON & McBEE MT. VERNON, KY. x$x&c$-xx&':- pc$3czex&x& V Jl promised njn another article, giving my plans how to build pike roads in Rock, sack, per castle. The Mr. Citizen writing to your ' 80 per '45c paper seems.to think that there has been enough road building Richflotir is made by done on paper" and time ior some Mill real work to be done. I will that there should be more real Work going on in building turn will Goods, pike roads jlinii what is, but from money the amount of preaching of the Shoes gospej oi unrist every man, woman and child should be saved Alsbibig line hut are they? Now from all writing that has been done on this ' subject but little ot the real ripe see fruit has been gathered, but it is on the trust maturing that is from Prices, for ., , . a Kentucky'stand point. However some of our sister counties are doing something t'P, tj. Shutts. already. We do not want it said that Rockcastle is a barrier in the it i way of the other mountain counties Ben F. Eberkart, the photo- KY. having an outlet to the bluegrass g;apher,,ihasrjjn"ged'to Mt. Ver- counties and some of them can't non ,wuere,uetwm ue iqcaieu until have a direct route unless they ' ' t May xst. get thiough this county. But can a - Mrs.J.fHBrqWnirtg, of Living we aford to let these other counties et ahead of us. It would be a ston, visitedMn. and'Mrs. R. B. miss good idea for this c.iunty to have a bams, .tirst. ..oittie ;weeic. DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE delegate to attend the road" cou Elizabeth TharpUs visiting Mrs. C; S. Lvons, ar junction City. ventiou at Pineville see them build the 300 feet of pike during the Mrs. . B. 'Cable bras returned And don't stay at session of the convention also eet home after seyerafifweekV Mrs.) Alex Lusk and Livingston their plans, if they are better than have to grease aile Viiting Mrs. we can devise, adopt them for if daughter, Lettie but once a they can have good roads I know Sallie RobertSj of Qijin Sulphur. A, M. Hiatt and Dick Albright we can. The people throughout week. t le State have formulated a bill wem in Cincinnati ihis'.week 1 Dr. W. F. Carter and wife are be presented to the next Gen Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. e fll assembly and if it becomes a rejoicing over ihe'arrial ofabov lw the several counties , must named Joseph ltcks. Mr. and c inie to the requre,ufeiits rol the. Mrs, D, B. Albrigbi are also Tejoit ww utiuic iiiey van .any store ing over a fine, boy, j. J. Painter aid. My plan would put Rock- will go to Lebanon Junction this giiiminiH!! kttrUeJegratjbD vtf: CfiSbaH castle in a position to meet Hie requirements of the law and if ler bought a farm ill the Maret-burBARKSDALE HAMLET, section from A.,H. Hamlin it fails to become a law it is just what we need any way. and has moved his family there. who is a candidate tor Superintend Mrs Monie Dunn and Mrs ent of Public Instruction ,'surject to Under the amendment to the constitution Rockcastle could vote Belle Henderson Jiave returned the Democratic Primary July ist, about $100,000,00 bonds for road t) their homes after visiting rela- igi I. Mr. Hamlet is the Superinpurposes. Now my plan is to tives here. John Newland and tendent of the Hookinsviile Pubpetition the county judge asking little daughter, af Lebanon Junc- lic Schcols. He stands as,-- one ot Mrs. Kentucky's greatest educators and him to hold a special election, to tion, were here Inst week. be held any time that the people L, B Hilton visited .her parents as by the Ballard County Yeo Do you know a iugl siuTessful Inisincrf may ask other than the regular last week. Walter Cloyd, of Ha- man is "The man of the hour.' man wlio does not do busiiiH'tlirmigh n hnnk? November election for the purpose zel Patch, was in town Sunday. The meeting held at Elizabeth- It is the only road to .success: so join the ol vottug on a bond issue for the s The, American Civic Association town by Kentucky good roads b'lilding of turn pike roads allow; procession to tho Peoples Bank. tells us that ''Flies kill a greater advocates proved a success. Over ing the fiscal court to sell as auch numbor of human beings than all Coo Banks have been the making of more from delegates attended as $10,000,00 worth of the bonds a x the beasts of prey with all the pois counties through which the old You may be too business men than colleges year or enough to build all the onous serpents added. They spread Louisville and Nashville turnpike pike roads that the people want to old for college days, but you are tho right age 5 disease which slays thousands, passes. Committees were ap build in any part or parts of the" to start a bank account with while bis powerful beasts kill sing pointed to plan and provide ways g countv in any dis'tance of 3 or le victims. The common house and means to improve that road 5E Why not begin more miles in one continuous piece fly is known to be the typhoid fly. nto a modern highway. The of pike where the people will sub He wipes his feet on the food you one day plan seemed to be most z: Vary truly yours, scribe a sum equal to 20 per eat, on the lips of your sleeping favored, and August i.s was sug cent of the cost of said roid. children and does more to spread gested as the probable date of Also tjiving the fiscal court aright typhoid fever and cholera infantum building. to buy road machinery of modem and other jntestinable disease.0 than type, such as graders steam roller any other cause All abominable MIDNIGHT IN THE OZARKS.' and crusher, (or making turn pike, microbes fasten themselves on the and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton, roads. Thes? roads to be built on PHONE . spongy feet of the fly; watch him oi Clay City. 111., coughed and a stipulated specification even if a - 5j as he starts on the lump of sugar coughed- He was in the mount 3 new rightrof-wahas to be secured industriously wiping his feet. He ains on the advice of five doctors, sS by condemning and assessing the is wiping UiiUiUUlUUUUltUiUiUUiSC off the disease germs on who said he had .onsumptioo, but EiUlUUllUlUUillliUlUiUUUil found no help in the cinuate, and value of same. But I ' shall think sugar that you are going to started home. Hearing ot Dr. the any person with rational mind eat. The house'fiy could not exist King's New Discovery.he began to and any spirit o enterprise about i if everyihing were kept perfectly use it. "I believe it saved my'flfe T t Tfn 1 XT rl . . birn should be perfectly willing to Alann i..rl cnMltnvn Or. AkTYi.Nriirikv life," ho writes "for it made a new! IV 11 lOiN'l Ai liiA&liUAiX U give rightrofway it they can't Clean up your pVmises inside man of me, so that I can now do good work again." For all lung afford to give mote in way of and out as much 8s"nossible; see diseases, coughs, colds, la grippe, labor or money. Ex. that others do the same. asthma, croup, whooping cough, If snch a bond issue is voted and hay fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness BACK TO NATURE. Hfe a man along a proposed piece of ViAa or quiusy, its the best known pike wants to subscribe a certain Price 00 and Sfcl.oo. remedy. V A ben is not supposed to have Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by amount in labor instead of cash, let such person make bond to iruch common sense or Uct, vet Chas. C. Davis. county treasure for amo int to be every time she lays; an egg she George PrentUe Butler, a New paid at a given date either in labor cackles forth the fact. York financier, dropped dead of A rooster hasn't got a lot of ot money, and in this way it would disease in London. possible to make a larger sub- intellect to show, but none the heart be Agitation against home rule is scription list and by so doing make less most roosters have enough. THE BEST RECREATION IS to be the chief plank in the a larger road fund. . By having a good sense to crow The mule, the most despised of British Conservative platform. special election for this purpose only, every good road advocate beast, has a persistant way of left Constipation brings many ailwill be free to take part iu the ting people kow he's around by ments in its train and in the primary ' campaign without getting politics his 'insistent bray. Keep wav of umkinpr Pictures & The Easy, All cause ot much sickness. The busy little bees they buzz, your bowels regular madam, and mixed iu it. Also by demanding with the bother loft out. Wo carry a full line of. KODAKS T bulls bellow and cws moo, and a 20 per cent and Kodak Supplies. Ask us for a Kodak Uatulog. subscription along watch drgs bark, and ganders you will escape many ot the ail which women are subject. the proposed pikes it does not gtve quack and doves and pigeons coo. ments to Constipation is a verv simple thing any section or town the advantage The peacock spreads hU tail and but like uiady simple things, it may of gettiug all the benofit, and by squawks; Dfes squeal and robins lead to serious consequences. d even serpents know Nature often needs a little assistRolUnn the hnnd ne wi n th si8. LEADING DRUGOTST, ance and when Chamberlain's MT. VKIINON, KY. W Phono SO first are given at interest and they could be sold on piece that Nature could device. Tablets much distress the suiTerln? and will often stop and hesitate before may be avoided. targe payments. Sold by CbaF. Now if ibis meets the approval he'll AdvbktissI iC. Davis. I 1 Deal Editor: Some time ad-ra- it county let us know it bv dropping a postal W the signal stating ora what you thiilk of it, then we will know whether it "will be of any use toco further with it. If it is all right lets.oet together and do i something. '"'United we stand, vrAa, asviara u, rgij.. quit I want to say 'l have betn thinking on sofae other subject and will possibly write an article on the importance y of Farmers Institute and what the people are missing by not attending them and will try to devise, a plan to have better attendance than we had at one recently held in Mt. Vernon and another point I may write on is that! 'of taxation before the next legislature meets, a subject much talked oi. and a thing that could be greatly improved, especially the listing to the assessor the value of ptqperty. Now if any person has a better plan than I have submitted trot' it out and it will be' read' with much interest by at least one person, Yours, ranyfthe $" rhe if&d$3f$& -" 30 This !,, ferent L'k machine DAYS SALE ON ILl Olfi i 57 J-2cpr ' 1 . Best Flour, 2nd best, $230 pr sack,? J. J00, $4,60prbbi; " 3.60" " Co., " Zareing Grain mond, Ky, Don't forget we -- Notions, on Dry save you and Clothing. Furniture, Stoves and Ranges. us. Come and ' Yours Low BKJitl3AD. - L. H.DAVIS, LIVINGSTON, . '4&&x&cyc -- WE USE" 1 g Stop and Think! -- 3 S it-- .. 3 to-day- . PEOPLES BANK. - y ( &C&Xto$pc, Je&rt&c&x. (Txe&j ? . '.... lllSA'TA KnnflK "i ijiv KODAK CHAS. C. DAVIS, indi-mtio- . xxxxecc xxxxxxxt, TW r d 'A 'it 'v . l! '.;r . .V V "V. S 4 ' Never mind abou1, the brand cf ith jail for con- - hai oil your Unc'ejim McCreary Biari lbs JKj? Kind Yoa Hart Always Bctfffl upon Clarence Funk use; or what he said or did not say, 8ntuo ' ger of the National in his opening speech at Hopkins-ville- , I BUYMU OttU. KHALiiaTATE ipany, came forward all the opposition that t has I have on baud nt present some committee that ho been concocted so far has been very desirable farming land, some iven the facts to Kohlsaat: and don't yon forget it. mineral and timber land and some lie had been asked by Edward Even il the pioneer did ""meet- - a town nroDertv it's nil for sale. ines, millionaire lumber denier youth out in the wilds co'raeln and see me before you buy, and lobbyist, to be one of ten to when they came over the mount- - I will sell or exchange with you, F1.00 contribute $10,000 each to this fuud ains Irom the Yadkin, and he told You will.find me at the. Bank of and that Hiuas named Edward them his name was Jim McCreary Mt. Vernon. A. B. Furnish, Mt. Vernon, Ky. ?? known on Tildeu, one ot the leading figures and that he was a candidate for t4' iu the Meat trust, as the treasure magistrate in bis district at that In case of rheumatism relief of tins fuud. sleep and rest pieces of time, experience is going to count fiorapaliuniak.es oe ouiauiea Hines' relations to the lumber forn great deal aud a seasoned f by applying Chamberlain's Linischedule of the Payne act, his "boss" is mighty hard to beat ment. For MRMDRK OF sale by Chas. C. Davis. ENTUCKV PKRSS ASSOCIATION leadership in the financing ot the So the criticisms of McCreary P Lorimer election, and his activities why, they simply make us weary. W. M. Bullock has just com' iu defense of Lorimer's right to -- Ex. 1 pleted a house on Adams or Rail his seat, were perfectly understood is as nice as a rose road street that by the Senate Committee on ano can be bought at a reasonable ELECTRIC SIGN. Privileges and Elections. This price. First lot out of.incorpora-tion- . ' whole ''slush fund" story has been call arid look Mch 31 tf. known for months past in Wash Distinguishes the "Carolina SpecDocumentary evidence to cor ial" from the Rest of the Modend see ANNOUNCEMENT. Without ington bud Chicago. roborate the testimony of Clar We are authorized to announce G. doubt, the Senate committee could ern Trains on the Queen ence S. Funk, general manager is M. MALLARD as a candidate for Repre& Crescent Route. developed the legal proofs; of the International Harvest Comsentative of Rockcastle nud Liurel coun- hae pany, concerning the alleged gioo,- Its prices ties subject to the action of the Repub but it did not seek them. used in the whole procedure suggested desire lican party. An electric sign bearing the 000 "slush fund' Special," has election of Senator Lorimer. will words "Carolina We are authorized to announce R. G to avoid such discoveries. be produced, Mr. Funk declares, Instend of going after the full been placed on the rear end of the WIJIIB, as a candidate for Representative of Rockcastle and Laurel counties, sub' facts that might have been had popular train of that name which before the Springfield investigating jeet to the action of the Republican par- and that are now coming out the operates between Cincinnati, Ohio committee. ty l The will prove Seuate took the preposterous aud Charleston. South Carolina. a welcome addition to the breakfast We are authorized to announce 15. B. ground that men who told of over the Southern Railway aud Thompson as a candidate for Representa- receiving bribes were perjuring Queen and Crescent Route. An course in many homes iu Central tive of Rockcastle and Laurel counties, r could electric sign o. this character on Kentucky this morning. A spe subject to the ,:cti n of the Republican themselves; that a not be believed when, after con- a train is quite unusual. Iu fact cial atitomobile delivery service party. fessing hiso.vn guilt, he implicated this is the first one that has ever just established puts this paper as or Tenn. far asc Lexington by 8 o'clock In CLEAN UP THE LORIMER others in the same crime! In the been seen in Kentucky light of things now developing, The sien is so made that it looks the morning. SCANDAL AT ONCE. aud the substance of which was just as good in day time when the The "Carolina known last sess'on to a moral light Is shut off. The United States Senate cannot certainty, the whole procedure of Special" pses through the too quiskly undo the discreditable the Senate and its anious Lund of the bky and work of last session in connection The tram winds appears utterly puerile and Sapphirecountry. with the Lorimer case. w It was insincere. around the Blue Ridge Mountan s plain from the very beginning of Senator Crawford told the plain and reaches a height at Ashevil'e, the "investigation" by the Burrows Carolina, of 2.3o0 feet Suffered with Throat Trouble North committee that there was no pur truth when he declared that the above sea level in tins section it jrf. ii."w. pose ol seriously going alter the whole atmosphere surrounding the is not an uncommon sight for the D. Barnes, Lorimer election was charged . truth. the pictur ex - Sheriff with the suggestion of corruption. train to be eliding over of Warren The honor of the whole Senate sk C o u(h t y, It is well at this time to recill esquo mountains with a char is involved in this performance ot' and rain falling from a cloud Tennessee, above J In a letter ,lhe Committee on Privileges and the names of the Senators who below. composed the Elections Committee Mc- from Elections. It is the more seriously Leaving Cincinnati every evening M , n n vllle, II EN R V W A TT ERSON, involved, because the Senate gave that made this precious "investi at 6:30 o'clock, the "Carolina Spe Tenni , and recommended the nation EDITOR. a inajuiity vote in favor of writes: They dal," which is one of the most whitewash of Lorimer. "I Lorimer. trains in the t WE CAN FURNISH YOU were Burrows of Michigan, Depew elegantly equipped One of two conclusions must be country, passes over the Queen of New York, Beveridge of Indi and had accepted. Either the committee ana, Dillingham ot Vermont, and Crescent Route to Harnmau, three doc. did not want to know about the Tennessee, thence over the South ' disgraceful corruption back of the Gamble of South Dakota, Hcyburn ern Railway via Kuoxville, Ashe', torse. treating1 IA in ANDfJJIIE " Lorimer election, or else it was ot Idaho. Burkeley of Connecticut ville, , Spartanburg aricT Uolumlna' m e yi n y Bailey of Texas, .. Republicans; ', 1. 0..1. childishly incompetent for its task. .run- - good an(j xuiuuyu Frazier of Tennessee, Payuter of 10 cnanesiovvu. The former explanation is obviousKentucky, Johnston of Alabama, raau sleepers, dining and library pronounced m y health WWMHBBbWIwjhhi j ly correct. aud Fletcher of Florida. Beveridge observation cars, are carried. cone. I Mr. D. W. D. Barnes. Oouner-Journa- T Such contempt of public opinion and Frazier constituted the minorto The total toll of death in the try Peruna, and after uslnsr four botsuch calloused cynicism, such reck- ity which protested against the less disregard ol consequence, as whitewash, and Beverage, with disaster at Throop, uqar Scranton tles can say I was entirely cured." Unable to Work. All have been were displajed by the committee Frazier's indorsement, introduced was seventy six. MrQustav Hlmmelrelch, Hochhelm, recovered Of the victims fo ty and by the Senate majority that the resolution to exclude Lorimer. Texas, 'writes: five were married and 117 orphans favored Lorimer, tairly pass comWe can also give liberal combi'Tor a number of years I suffered, The country, and particularly the are left. A thorough investigation whenever I took cold, with severe at- nation rate with DAILY or SUNprehension. States they misrepresent, needs to of the causes of the fire has been tacks of asthma, which usually yielded DAY 'C0URIER-- O U R N A L. to the common homo remedies. Sensational revelations have keep its eyes on these Senators started. "Last year, however, I suffered for Write Courier Journal Cotnpiny bf en brought out by a committee come forward for rewhen they eight without interruption so baby cries for Chamber- that I months not do any work at all. Louisville. K., for free sam "Our of the Illinois State senate. Editor election. could Several have already Kohlsaat, of the Chicago Record retired; others are now candidates lain's Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. The various medicines that were pro- ole copy of edition you desire, but T. B. Kendrick, Rasaca, Ga. "It scribed brought me no relief. be sure to send our subscription Herald, has told of receiving in- for Their record in is the best cough remedy on the "After taking six bottles of Teruna, order to this paper NOT to the formation that a $100,000 fuud was the Lorimer case ought to be tnatket for coughs, colds and two of Lacupla and two of Manalln, I Kohlsaat kept coustautly before their con- croup " For sale by Chas. C. am free of my trouble so that r can do used to elect Lorimer. all my farm work again. I can heartDavis. declined to tell the legislative corn- -black-haired f , new tin, und o la: j3"t Iho o n. x A. . 3tx33:c LADIES OPRING house .t.ir.T'ii'iiU ii '.'"''''i nrr, h ir nnrta x$oc3rpx$ u". '" ,y cleanh g time is here. No doubt you wish to cheer up your rooms with a few New Furniture, brighten up the old walls with New Paper and the floors with New Rugs. invite you v.;- through my stock from beginning to and the great bargains I have for you. The .assortment the largest and most complete and the the lowest that I have ever made. to A Courier-Journa- Largo Shipment of Bugs, Carpets and Mattings, Just Arrived bribe-take- S.B.McKENZIE TIF DNT D Elections-Committe- e Doctors Said Health Gone IUIIL r 1 1 Phone JJ3. MT. VERNON, KY. Why Not r-- THB Read $pc$pcxbpaj OR GRANVILLE OWENS I Cou rie ou rn all? UNDERTAKER Brodhead Ky had oat trouble h-r The Signal Weekly Both One Year 1 J i"""" con-clud- ed LINE Coflins, Caskets and Robes. All Mall, Telegruph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled; COMPLETE xSfoec9fcKfeoC &; yc&yr ' T ForOnlyl.SO J WATCH? DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME? IF NOT, WHY NOT? If yoa are having nny such trouble about your watch 01 clock, just turn it over to ns mid if ifiloe8,ln6t riin'-- nll 0. K. it will cost you nothing. Wo guarantco our work. Give us a trial.. We do all kinds of soldering and ropnir work. I T I II I if! Courier-Journa- l. stituents ily recommend this medicine to any ono who suffers with this annoying complaint and belrove that hey will obtain good results." Yr I Sd S.U3H3131J OlSVO HO J ENGLISH SQUIRREL SELZ ROYAL BLUE Shoe Value isn't in the Price You Pay; its in the pleasure r They must fit right, as well as look right. You get in wearing the shoes. that SELZ shoes, mado on foot form measurements and fitThat's the reason ted to your feet by expert salesmen, make it easy to buy shoes Here; and make it an everyday joy.tb wear the slioe3 afior you've bought them . 'r YOU WANT SMART STYLES IN SHOES . . . -- . I and there's no reason you shouldn't get that as well as quality and fit. It's a marked feature of our SELZ lino; the smirt; snappy, styles that young men like; and that older men don't object to. SELZ SHOES here for men, women and children. We v Guarantee SELZ SHOES. SUOCESSOIl TO McKENZIE & McBEE ! CHAS. B. McKENZIE is a combined stallion, 3 years old, full 16 hands high 3 white- feet and star, n beautiful bay with high stjle and action. This excellent young stallion will make mile from Hiatt the season of 1911 at my batu Postollfce at $10 00 to insure a living mare colt, and J8.'oo to insure a living horse colt. Season money is due when colt is folded or mare jarted with. Care taken to jirecnt accidents but ;iot resposible should any occur. PEDIGREE: Sired by Kentucky Squirrel 2623, by Wood Squirrel 2622,by Ulack Squirrel 58. 1st dam . No. 3663, by VanMeter's King739, son of Silver King, he by On Time 745, by Stonewall Jackson, and dam by CabbeH's Lexington, P. S.: Wood Squirrel's 1st dam was by Guilt Kdge 261, 2nd dam (the dam of Eagle Bird) by Star Eagle, son of CabbeH's Lexington, P. S. 3rd dam by Hamlet Denmark 217, Star Eagle being the best son of Lexington, I' S, Dam Maude V.,,40, by Grainger; 2nd dam, the great show mare Efiie, by VanMcter's Waxy, P. S., by Dertham, half broth-c- r to the great, Lexington; Abdallah Messenger, 'ist daln the Wm. Lusk saddle mare, the test saddle mare ecrin Garrard county, by Davy Crocket, son of Denny's Drennon, by Imp, Drennon; 2nd dam by Highlander. Abdallah messenger, Eire of English Hunter, is by Messenger Chief, sire of Maude Messengers 16X, Jake 7 26, and 7 others belter than in 1872, sire a 30. 1st dam Sussie, by Sentinel a 28 of Von Ainin 2 19 and 7 others better than 2 30, and full brother to Volunteer. 2nd dam Kitty Rivers g by Alexander's Alxlal- (I of Maude Messenger 2 i6 lah (sire of Goldsmith Maid 2 14 and the most prepo-- x tent son of Hysdjk's Hatnblctonlan). 3rd dam by i Tied Tacket, sire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes 2 21 and of the g. d. of Red Wilkes, by Comet a son of Sherman Morgan, sire of Vermont's Ulack Hawk, founder of the Morgan family, tle greatest family of roadsters in the world. Ransom Gates, sired by Mark Deumaik, by Tom Hill, by Stonewall Jackson, v bv WashiiiKtou Denmark, by Old Black Denmark, HcdL'eford Imp Thoroughbred, istdam Gun's Yates Dren- Ut Drennon, by Anderson's Drennon, by llV fllfl Pnnvilip. nA IWnnnH' n-gCab-bell's Do-lan- 'f. AT-DR- . FRANK MOORE, S C. DAVIS' DRUG STORE, MT. VERNON, KY. Children Cry FOR CASTO Rl A Mount Vernon WORKS FLETCHER'S Momenta ' . d.A fx 1 Pill. then " 1 Kh 4hhhhTf vl Take What Pill ? Why, a Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pill, Manufacturer of and Granite kinds. on application. r GEO OWENS Propr, -- and Monuments of all Estimates furnished Phono 112 POSTED. tyt l.7tn .!. oio guilty of trespaiJBingon my 4 property will bo prosecuted to the full Any P. C. LEAR, HIATT, KY. extent of the law. l . Mns M aha i. a .Tones, Mt Vernon, Ky. keep Dr. Miles' Antl-I'aiPills In the house all the time and would not think ot taking a journey without them, no matter how short a distance I am going. I cannot praise them enough." Miss Lou M. Churchill. 63 High St, Penacook, N. H, At all drugglita. 28 dot, 28c. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. n of course. Good for all kinds of pain. Used to relieve Neuralgia, Headache, Nervousness, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Kidney Pains, Lumbago, Locomotor Ataxia, Backache, Stomachache, Periodical Pains of women, and for pain in any part of the body. "I have used Dr. Mile' medicines for over 12 years and find them excellent I t a. n mtmttmmimaaum "' - v i v x tr&i. 1 4 J aaaHKimfiAkiWn U)in Pi1 t:; it 'ruAf -- r ':iri"rr,'iiiil,iTi1rMiwi'irii-i'i'ii'riiii- - Vl 1 itf'y-rttt?'-l'- 'iT " "" "I - - .., .,. .. ,.. ., - , .. fcM ..! . ''T5Sii.'rtabrffejit.Miij.wi" JWf ai MI. ... ..J Jfe j. ','' After Mav I will do no more PLEASANrAND PROFITABLE work jn Mt. Vernon. MEETING OF TRANSYL- Ebprhart the photographer - VANIA PRESBYTERY V.SSTQN.KY. April 1.4 icjil : 1 ' For prices on creamy butter HELD-IMT. f T7W Call up "No. 79,k when WQ and Ice cream, call up telephone VERNON. L jJyoHWBnltoOnmmunl. . .tt ainM&T. t, $7 ecbange,Mt. Vernon. uuvv w. t f n VERNON SIGNAL. t-ls (ME iSSSSEr achine Spend a most delightful half hour in our store, examining this wonderful sewing machine. If-- Mr. William C. Free, president of the Free SewTuesday evening. The Woman's ing Machine Co. spent the best years of his life laboring The quarterly meeting, of Mt. Presbyterial m Missionary Society nt the Mt Vernon, Ky. Pottoffice Zion or Calloway church near Entered to produce in The FREE Sewing Machine, a machine met in the Baptist church at 6:45 matter. mall aa which would possess all the good points of every other Livingston will be held on the for a short session, adjourning Fourth Saturday and Sunday in for the popular meetiug held in machine, which would eliminate all the bad points of PERSONAL April. Every one invited. the Presbyterian church at 7:4s every other machine, and which would possess some sH Bill Ballard was over from Big a The vestibule, which the ladies o'clock. President F. W. Hinitt, 15 special improvements. of the Willing Workers have had of Central Univ delivered a strong Hill Monday. Dr. James Pennington was here put in the Chrisriau church, does and appealiug address on "The He Succeeded! not only add to the convenience, Bible, the college and the citizen". from Blanche Monday. but also to the looks of the in- Presbyter v was then convened J. B. Cummins, ol Walnut tc.o r and Rev. J. Rockwell Smith, of terior of the building. m luwu unuuuay. tlfcfir" ' HT ." Mr. "and Mrs. Toe McKenzie The stock of goods of A. P. Lebanon, was elected moderator. ! Gabbard, was sold at public Immediately following this the deleThe "Rotoscillo" Movement, Mr. Free's Invention. M fr were in Lancaster last wecic. gates with their hosts and hostesses "JC The Eight Sets 'of Mrs. Conn has been very sick auction last week and Bige Wood adjourned to the Langdon DormiM ?.. for the past week or ten davs. became the purchaser. Mr. Wood The Beautiful French Leg Design, which does not show dust. tory where a most delightful reThe Automatic Shuttle Ejector. Edd and Claude Cox were in will continue the business in the ception was held. Hefe the dele; ''H same stand. The Automatic Locking Drawers. Louisville Wednesday buying new gates quickly met one auother atd The Rotary Spool Pin, which never breaks a thread. Dr. Walker Owens reports six enjoyed a brief social hour goods. under The Automatic Tension Release, which never breaks a needle.. fully developed cases of typhoid the hospitable roof of Langdon John Stringer a prominent farmer The Needle which can't be put in wrong. in one family. George Dormitory with Miss McCord as of the Quail Section was here fever IS The Improved Head Latch. & Deatherage, bis wife and four hostess where they had opportunity yesterday. Miss Clyde Watson is with her children all down. Mr. Deatherage to see something of the ways of .H sister, Mrs. F. L. Durham, on lives on Skeggs creek a few miles the school. south of here. Business sessions were held by Ntwcomb Ave. For five years against Breakage, Wear, Fire, Tornado, Lightning and Water. 1 The lot of Jerome Adams, on both the men and the women on Miss Clco Hayes has beeu very TV?"- This means' that if from any such cause any part, (a needle, belt, attachment, etc,) sick with measles at the home of West Main, which has heretofore Wednesday morning. Presbytery m or all the machine is destroyed it will be replaced free to you. been regarded a fish pond, on ac being addressed by Mr. M. J. Jonas McKenzie. St, Louis, who spoke Miss Polly Tuggle, of Monticello count of it beimr so low and Patterson, of The Free Sewing Machine Company is the only company which swampy and water always stand- on church finances. has been the attractive guest of has enough faith in their machine to dare "insure" it. instructive review of the it, will soon be one of the ing on An Miss Willie Francis. prettiest and most desirable lots missions of Presbytery was given M Frank McClary was here Tues- on the street. Mr. Adams is by TJr. Frank Cheek vj 4. Attachments, which go with The FREE are the best and do beautiful work. and the day from Jcssemine county visiting filling in and sodding and when afternoon session closed with a FRE.E,. We his uncle, A. C. Hiatt. completed, on account of the loca- Vesper service when Rev. Michael U. G. Baker spent most of the tion will be a most desirable lot. the retiring moderator, preached COME AND SE.E. IT i'M week in Louisville buying goods At the beginning it looked like au n fine sermon. for his mammoth store. Among o'her attractive features almost endless job but Mr. Adams 't A H. McFcrron and daughter, may expect a rich reward for his of the Women s meeting WednesVH i vVma IBM ?ToW Miss Georgia, ol "Breezy Hill" labors. day afternoon was the conducting NRMJLiJLsJJOJUkSTx are with Mrs. K B Cox. of a Model Mission Study class There, will be a meeting in the Mr and Mrs. Roscoe Griffin left Court house ' Mt. Vernon, on byMrs. J.J2- A. McDowell, of Tuesday for St. Louis where thej Saturday April 22nd. of all those Danville, a recognized authority on ,?y, . r noWrefedlgEi? two delightful iw.u mane itiuir to, the pike over the subject, and iai reports-o- f the "jubilee meetiug Rusel Proctor is We hill at which time, the money '$IE HOME OF GOOD 0XOTHES ard Liberal, Mo., visiting his uncle must either be paid, satisfactory held in Louisville given by Mrs. C. R. McDowtll and the other Jack Ping and seeing the sights of arrangements made for its payment Synodical meeting held in Arrow Collars at Fish's. J. M. Craig sold to G. B. Sutton Ask Pish how to get a sewing the West. or simply withdraw your name of the Ministers . from the list. The time has come Ilarrodsburg given by Mrs. Curry. 19 one hundred pound hogs at W. H. C Sandidge, Greensburg, machine absolutely free. Col, Robert W. Cole, a promi-For Sale: Cheap one saw rig Mrs. C. C. Brown, ol Iancaster. J. Q. A. McDowell, D. D. Danville, 6li cts. A. H. Hamlin sold a sow and 7 under repair. W. M. Bullock. ncut citizen and bauker of Bar- - when something must be doing spoke on the "Parish Abroad" J. R. Crawford, Columbia, Dr. F. pigs for Straw hats are ready for you Hansford, Ky. Apr. 17 tf. boursville was a delegate to the The Fiscal Court made an order $35.00. at its meeting Tuesday that if the which led the body to take action W. Hinitt President of Central at Fish's. Get one for the Easter Presbytery this week. you get the Trade at Fish's and Eberhart, the picture man is in that they would support the University, Danville, R. L. Brown, best in town. Miss Josephine Plummer, of the subscription fund was not paid Presbyterv in its efforts to Mt. Vernon again and will be parade. raise H. S Murdcck, Graded School fac.iltjs was called in by April 24th. the offer on $2000 for the support of a pastor Barboursville, In speakinc with our telephone Just received a new lot of dress here until May 1st. Buckborn, C. C. Brown, Lancaster, the part of the county to supply to Georgetown last night on ac- linens from 20 to 75c per yd. and his wife on the foreign field. Plenty of the old reliable Horse manager, he said it was a good ' the deficiency would be withdraw n J. Rockwell Smith, moderator-eleccount of the illnes of her mother. Many people out in town who Sutton & McBkr. Shoe Fertilizer on hands 5 per idea tor people when leaving home Lebanon. Carl T. Michel, .and the offer made to some other Mrs. R. E. Thompson and Mrs. could not entertain delegates on Harlan, E. C. Hamilton, Mancent dibcqunt for cash. Call or. on a trip to leave their telephone What's the matter with section. Now, good people, it is up R. L. Collier, 01 Crab Orchard, to you you must either pay your account of sickness and other chester, Geo. S. Watson, Mt. Did we hear some I. J. Smith or W. H Sow Dim, address, giving name of persons or Ave. .were guests of Mrs. Thompson's reasons had a part in the supper Vernon. hotel, through whose telephones Brodhead, Ky. one say it would be cleaned up coin or furnish satisfactory paper mother, Mrs. W. M. Poynter Wedthat was provided for all delegates right away? T. M. Craig has been by April 24, or stop talking turnappointed they be reached. People moving Ki.dkks nesday and yesterday. the Dormitory Wednesday at from county should advise their pikes. What are you going to do? Col. Geo. Welch, Cashier FarmSquirt' Singleton has been ap- county inspectoi for sheep. Ujider friends how they can be Mrs. D. N Williams underwent Don't wait to see what your neigh- evening which was one of the reached in law in Kentnnkv ers Bank Danville. Geo. P. pointed Magistrate for the fourth the Oitnranteeii an operation in Cincinnati Wed- bor is going to do. but put up most enjoyable occisious of th e l,pn namint h sl,innp,t nnt nf case of emergencies and sickness. Bradfordsville, President J. Magisterial district to fill the A case in view was in the death of nesday, which was very successful your coin and then if a sufficient meeting. C. Acheson, of Caldwell College vacancy caused by the death of the state, from one county to On Wednesday evening the family feel much en- sum is not raised and the pike is a Skeggs creek citizen last week and the another, or even moved from one Danville W. P, Suraners, Colum Magistrate Chesley Payno. couraged, that the seat of her not built your money will be re- Presbyterian church was taxed to farm to another in the same county when the friends wanted to notify bia, G. A. Curry, Harrodsburg, its utmost capacity to accommodate To Lrt: 3000 ties to cut and unless the sheep have been in- a nesr relative at Williamsburg, a trouble has been readied. funded. Let every one attend the R. W. Cole, Barboursville, A. D. R. L. Smith, of Hiatt has been meeting on Saturday April 22 at those who had come out to hear York, Buckhorn, B. P. Doom, log to mill aud to haul same to spected by the county inspector native of Rockcastle of the danWill elected to represent Rockcastle 10 o'clock and let us make it a President Achesou's address on Lebanon, D. N. Suodgrass, Harlan, bwitch at Maretsburg Ky. and a certificate of inspected ac- gerous condition of the patient. at the State Oam p of rousing good meeting and thereat "The Conservation of the boy'". T P. Reed, Caldwell, J. I Alex- let the entire contract together or companies them. Mr. Craig has The party bad changed his location Woodmen America which convenes at Bow- beginning of turnpike construction Seldom have we listened to a more ander, Casv's Fork, M. J. Patter- let separately. W. M. Bullock not fully decided whether he will but had failed to advise how he Hansford, Ky. Apr. 17 tf. thrilling address. Mr. Acheson ling Green May 3. F. L. Thomp- in Rockcastle. accept or not but it is hoped he could be reached by telephone, so son, St. Louis, Dr. Moore, Presbyot" the boy went to the heait son Jr. was elected alternate. assortment, will at he is the right man for the failed to get the message. Many Wall paper, large terial Evangelist Louisville, Dr. The most disastrous fire that ev- question and laid bare the facts F. W. Cheek, Synodical Supt. and for sale at Mt.' Vernon Monument- place. To rid the state of this cases ot similar nature are met with LOUAL Livingston, er visited started showing the too oft neglected J, A. Cheek, of Danville, and al Works, Mt. Vernon. Call and disease means much and can be by telephone people which could about 8 o'clock Monday nigbt in responsibility of the home and the releived only a strict adherence to have been avoided by a little for minis- examine. Read Eberhart's ad on local the boarding house of Mrs. H. W. school for the saving of the boy. Elmer Gabbard, student of the persons wanted. Mch. Fkkd Owens. the law regulating this matter. try Central University. page. The closing sessions were held Rice, which spread in both direcDelegates to Women's PresbyMadoro, the Mexican rebel on Tuursday morning, adjournment Get a ..pair of Bates Oxfords to tions along Main Street. In the IS terial Missionary- Society meet- leader, broke camp near Chihuarow were eleven frames, eigrit resi- taking place at 12 o'clock. day at Fish's. ing: hua Saturday and with 3,000 men At all of the sessions most dedences and three business, bouses, Mesdaraes C. C. Blown and F. moved in the direction of Casas Superb Spring Styles for Easter, in less lightful music has been rendered, P. all of which were consumed Frisbee, Lancaster, J. A. Grades. Gen. Tauro Villar has The best selection of women's and than two hours. Those who suf- under the direction of Miss Dodson Quisenberry, J. Q. A. McDowell, childrens hats ever brought to Mt. fered losses are, Tohn Pope, four the efficient muic teacher. Vernon. ' Mrs. Olko W. Brown. Makes Horns Baking Easy Indeed at every turn the dele- Louis E. Rue, Chas. McDowell, bouses, losss about $2000; H. W. and ap" Bowman, residence, ftore room gates found evidences of thought J. C. Acheson and Miss Mary Next Sunday is Easter, Helm, Danville; Mesdames Lafon comfort and propriate services will be held at and damage to stotsk about $2500; taken for their Riker, Robert Spurgeon and N. conducted J. A. Oliver, residence" and store pleasure. , the Christian church, We are glad to know that both L. Curry, Harrodsburg, J. L. Schaffer, the pastor. by Rev. room, loss about $ bo; Mrs. H. Grundy, Lebanon, D N. Snodgrass ences, loss of these bodies '00k upon their Harland and Mrs Will C. Gamble ,' ' U. Gr Baker will soon begin the W. Rice, three n first meeting here as successful in '"erection of a handsome brick build- about $3000; Daniel Potider, resl- point of numbers, in business ac- and Mrs. Jno. Denstuore, Berea. datn-anThis work is finished in tho latest ing on the lot where bis building denceand bousehol goads darlr tones, thoy When you buy goods from Sut William complished and in the greetings positively will not fade. You get live different positions, and tho burned. Architect R. H. Casey is aged about $751 Sams, residence ;nd damage to ' and hospitality of the people of ton & McBee you get the bes, price is such that thoy are withiu tho reach or all. We also make now at work on plans. household effects, S1200. it is a Mt. Vernon. We would also say you get the latest and coirect ull grades of photographs at the prices charged reJust before going to prcsj we completete loss fo every otie ex- - that we have made new friends, styles, and at lowest possible price. in the larger cities. ceived from the Bureau of the cept J. A. Oliver who had S600 we have enjoyed the meetings and Come und see and be convinced, bring your friends and don't The Rockcastle County ChristC.'nsus, the official count of the on htaf residence and we shill heartily welcome Transyl- ian forget tiiti Oaby. Sunday School Convention and insurance V 1910 census of Mt. Vernon vania Presbytery into our midst Daniel Ponder who had $450 on again. will be held at Buckeye the other Rockcastln towns Mt Verhis residence and household goods. fourth fcJundjy in May (the 28th) The delegates were delighted as compared with 422 J non has 930 For a time it was thought that with their visit to Mt. Vernon and Program will be printed later. " in i9oo, nearly 121 percent, gain. be here till located over the iron clad store room now oc- we were delighted to 'have tbem as We handle a guaranteed line of Livingston has 685 as compared Miss McCord, of our guests. cupied by J. A. Oliver woul d be Store, clothing in Men's Boys and Child wjth 6oj in I900. and Brodhead, the Brown Memorial,-- and sure to bum and had it burned, Watson were highly praised Rev. reus in-- .. suits, aHo a big line of mens Tha only baking nowdor for which showed 337 in 1900 has Cl )Wly days as good as bright. Como early and avoid the la. would have been difficult .work to their efficient work. matte from Royal Crapo and boys' odd pants. See Our lint creased, her population in 1910 to tor rush IZT saved the new masonic hall. Oraam of Tartar have Below is a list of the dele- we can save you money. 477. Total population for Rock- The origin of the fire is unknown. gates; ,. covinty 14473Sutton & McBbe. WALUMJiOUMEPHQSPHATE castle T , l Extensive oreoarntions are beiny Presbyterians gathered from all made for the Easter services in the directions to the number of about Presbyterian church at Livingston fifty. Many of them visit Mt. next Sunday. Vernon for the first lime pnd exslf!rta tn u.iila lunnmni press themselves as being struck lOUKVULC & NAIHVIUf R n.co grays and tans, also silk petticoats with the hospitality and enter3ft A prise of the people here. and shirt waist all found at TIME TABLE. BSrfvSfc, i c Tuesday afternoon the delegates Sutton & McBrhs. v V MnrfM P m enio7ed exercists of the Kinderv Correct Easter Hats. I have ,3:52 a m ,- -t garten under the able teacher, Miss t 20 south .. ii:44 a ip just received a new line and want Maxwell The little ones entered you to fix up for Easter. Buy , South 12:19 am into the spitit of the occasion. your hat today from, Bft7 Tas. Landrum, Agent. First meetings were held on Mrs. Ci.ko W Brown. 5 M """ $?iiK K avp'm The Free is as "different" from every other sewing machine as your wash machine is different from your wash board, and simply because it is "superior." M81 2aVv vsjkm Phone No. 58. aecoml-cl&s- s 2 m Here are a few f Bali-Bearing- tin e $$ which will arouse your enthusiasm: s. improvements a 1 3 & m s : 1 M Tho FREE Sewing Machine Is Insured? -- i k-- are Exclusive Agents for The - xvJMI,Sivii mmm , , f : f m - f Vlscrlbed I 1 IP t, New-com- e New-bol- t, i fore-thoug- h 3i-3- t. - NOW THE TIME TO GET PENNY PICTURES IH FIVE POSITIONS 'up-to-dat- ROM 25 Pictures for 25 cts; first-clas- s ono-hal- f d jj , POWDER Oiir Last Week in Mt Vernon. May Jst, Absolutely Pure Will Sutton & McBee's - BEN. F. EBERHART. f- - -- K- m M 4 r, - "1 w 'V V!' "WqawtMwr. - -- -' ..... Don't Suffer! " BIUVARUOFOINMKNT FOR CATARRH THfT, UON-TAMSlictjRY. as mercury wilfimrely destroy the Sbxzt ', k i TfiM nnuiNftTfiN " - ?WJSS"jAt323ft5r6fc i id LAND STOCK ANU OUOiJ. The sale of Russell Dillion was well attended. Col J. P Chandler cried the' .sale aud the bidding was spirited Tom Boone bought a nor (j.-ind rii4 foi $165. T. N '. mute at $110 'twill -11 :' ig t 1 4 tat '.hi h .i l .Ji idj , al.--o bought one at the same price. , Milch cows brought from $42 to $65, sow and shoats $37 to $55, horses and tiu'es trotn 75 to $130. Everyf ng brought a good price. Mr. Umualer lella us ili..t the Murphy aud Acton sale at Kingstown was a good one A 1 rge crowd present. Horsos sold f out $75 o $190. cows $65, bouv h Id goods sold very high. Interior Journal, Chint Lear tel's of bis good luck last week- - when on tbe same night w n the old ifcow gave birth calves, sixewes cave birth to twin lambs and the old sow had ten pigs, and alt are alive and doing well. There was tn equal division all the way round as to sex. , 1.1 P-t- i " I had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes Mrs. L. Flacher, In a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got.no better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all my housework." Hot-taken - 1JAKE nriii Womans ionic -- . ... Th. . . ,& "5 , M U If Stonewall Jackson was sired bv WilWfcrtf- Leoi Stonewall he by Stonewall QmSnt&mr Advisory Dtpt, Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chsttiaoofa, Term.. Writ! to: Lsdles Alt Jackson, Jr., be by Stonewall Jack "Home Treatment lor Women." tent free. J book. tor Special Uttmctlau, Aperfect Remedy for Cdnsflfa-- i tson 74 he by Washington Den uon.souraiomacu.uiamiuu mark io he by Washington Impor WorrasA.oirvuisionsj:evenar ter. Stonewall Jackpon.s 1st dam ncss anilLOSSOFSLEEP. . -sired by John G. Carlisle, and smm- - mi "Mnmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmm FacS'uuije Signature of Lame shoulder M nearly always a bright chesnut sorrel, i6 hands due to rheumatism of the muscles high and a model of superior style and quickly yields to the free DO. VERNON NEW VORK. and was sired by Senator Black- - application of Chamberlain's Liniborne, he by Dillard Dudley, he b ment. For sale by Cbas. C. Davis. PRACTICAL John Dillon, the sire of the dam of Tbe Camorrist trial in Italy is UNDERTAKERS. At the same time and place, rav ranteed underthe foo expected ,to last another year. Phil Thompson 2i6 Essie 228 splendid Jock, Sam, will make the j FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Oleaf222, McLeod Syenic Father Vitozzi was in good huan r Czact Copy pf Wrapper. MMNT, TMI eiMTAUM WW eiTT. AhD zS season at $7 to insure a living colt. 22g Mcmbsion Archie 224, nnd remarked that the beautiful Sam is a black jack, mealy nose, EMBALMKRS ) c "an i R. T. C. 223 tf, Wick 226, Wild weather corresponded with bis r white belly and 14 hands high. Mt. Vernon, Ry. Rake 3 years old 222. John Dil- - spirits. This jack is known as the Pulas was sired by Indian Cmti e Four million dollars cold wrs ki County John Riddle Jack, and is Jard bv imported Chief. John G. Car- voted by the Chamber of Deputies SHERIFF'S SALE. oneofthe best breeders in th's lisle's dam Blue Teaos, 2nd dam a of Mexico Saturday night for "the Bv virtue of execution No. 673 section of the State. Sired by Preston 922. by Wasl race mare. Stonewall's 2nd dam pacification of tbe countrv." Liceued Etnbalmer will have charge of that lino of directed to me, which issued from Season money for hi re or ingtott 54, by Cromwell 72. by by General Grant, 3rd dam by work for the company. jack is due if mare is traded or WLen u medicine must be given Washington Denmark 64; dan Den the Clerks office of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, in favor of F. L. Hearse sont to all points, zss parted with. All care will be taken Stonewall Jackson 72. tErOrders by wire promptly tilled. to young childreu it should be mark mare. This horse will mae the season pleaint to take. 3 to prevent accident?, Thompson Admr. of Logan Oweis Chamberlain's will not but TOGO is a da;k iron gray 15 ol 1911 at my barn at Brodhead, Cougn Remedy is made Irom loai Manager against R. E. Lawrence I, or one be responsible should any occur. hands high, five years old and a of K.. at $8 to insure a living colt. sugar, and the room used in its groat saddle mv deputies, will on the 24 day fjL Office Mt, Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 and harness horse, of April Season money Is due when mate Is preparation cives it a flavor similar ign, between the hours mr HIATT, KY. sold or parted with or bred to other t0 mdPle sVn,i( maknK it pleasant with great style speed and action. of 9 o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock p. nano r.unenor tor This champion five gaited saddle .stock. A lien is retained on all to taiee. it m. at the front door of the Court colds, croiipnnd whooping cough stallion will make One hundred and twenty-the season of house in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle colts till season is paid. convict miners for sale by Uias. C. Davis. killed by an 191 at my barn one mile N rtli County Ky., See this horse oefoie you book (It beinj; the regular explosion in the Banner coal of Level Green at to to insure a mine at Littleton, neir Binning your mares. county court d w) xpi.se hi puMic 3 ham Ala living colt. Season money due Ml Ignitod powder cnttsud idd-- i sale to the lnri... lio Jr . i i i i i when mare is parted with or bred following disaster, and the black damp tbe projiri .0 ... mu. n I will also at the same place, which immadutely followed tie to other stock. Thin bank la a home institution, Our loans arc made right horo'iU . ce thereof as ni t explosion prevented the work of stand the Mode Crawford Jack, is a wonderful .SZThoma to our eood farmer and business men. It is a home institution i .satisfy 'lie t tiffs The majority ol the Bill Walker, at $5 to insuie a livrescuters. rMJji for our homo people. Wo will pay you good interest on your idlo for all ages of manvictims were negroes, though ine colt LEVEL GREEN, KY debt, interest and eii) tie 'Jm funds. Make ft deposit nnd then pay your bills with your personalsevere! IVArn ffrtrt mnn nuvt umjui t w .w uw ii nwA nKmil i tract of land located im Rowmm-m- i Sk chock. It is very simp'.e, convenient and safe. Call and wo gladly exnonenn Kesuience No 24. ,' kind. will make the thirty were white. j of a checking account. You will always pluln Iho ra&ny Beui the ? l&a fo'A H3' Always MUgm county Ky., on the head water1, of Ji?5 have a receipt which cannot be disputed. Tho endorsed check, which The opening of the A mericau Negrb Creek and bounded as delicate,sickly baby strong tlgutue v'JjIJwiH be returned'to you is Incontestlblo proof of the payment of thn bll ZS pavilion at the exposition in Rolne af folibwsT On the North "by the BKOUHEAD, KY. and give the has bee,n pos'poned until April The railroads clarm that the de- lauds of John Wiggins and George yB ry it in your pocket or lcavo It at home it may bo lost or stol i.S in order to secure the presence Como in and let us talk these natters over with you. pale, anemic girl rosy cision by Judge Sanborn, of the Albright on the West by the lands of the king. United States Court, against the of Billy Blanton, on the South by Five years old, 16 hands high, a cheeks and rich, red blood. Minnesota railroad commission tbe lauds of Lewis McAdams and NEVER OUT OP WORK. Mahogony bay, sired by the great leaves the (incorporated.) power en- on the East by the lands of Mary The busiest little things ever Digitttv Dre" 1982; he by Ches- It will put flesh on the tirely with the Federal courts Lawrence ' and Joel Woodall, conmade are Dr, King's New Lif ter Dar No 10; he oy Black Squir MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. bones of the tired, overPills. Everv pill Is a Twelve deaths from the bubonic taining 30 ucres more or less. globule cl health, that changes rel No 58;, he. by Black Eagle No. plaguo have been reported at Levied upon as the property of R. wcaknes into strength, languor into! 54; he bv King William No, 67; he worked, thin man, and Atnoy, China. E. Lawrence. energy, orain-iainto mental pow- by Washington Denmark No. 64; will keep the aged man KICKED BY A MAD er; curing Constipation, Headache he by Gains Denmark No. 61. Terms: Sale will be made on a HORSE. 92. ww . X n Chills, Dyspepsia, Malaria. Only Silver. Dare's first dam is by Sil or woman in condition to Samuel Birch, oi Beetown Wis , credit of three months; bond with 25c at uuas. (J. Davis. had a most narrow escape from approved security required bearing ver King he by Ontirae No. 745; losing his leg, as no doctor could interest at the rate of six per he by Stoncw.ill Jackson No 72; resist colds or pneumonia heal the frightful sore that develop- cent, per he by Washington Denmark No 64 in annum lrom day of sale, the winter. ed, but at last Bucklen's Arnica This beautilnl young stallion is a and having the force and effect,of Our lino of Couch (laakets J Saive cured It completely. Its the FOR SALE UJ ALL DRUQOIBTS combtued'horse, is it fine harness greatest healer of ulcers, burns a judgment. is unexcelled. mi horse, is a nice smooth run and boils, eczema, scalds cuts corns, Hnnd-madCoillnsfurmsed ( ,Bnt 10o., Mine of piper and thl ad. or oat This 31 day of March 191 1 walker and could be made a fine beautiful SaVlsgi Bank nai Chlld'i bruises and piles on bank cobUIm Oood Luck Pennj. Ech T J. Nicbujy, Ilonrso sent to nil parts of ', earth. Try it, 25c. at Chas. C. united horse. He has proven f 8C0TT & BOWNE. 409 Ptarl SU New Vork Davis. Sheriff, R C. ': G'ountv. the a great breeder. Colts come le with good size, style and action i All orders by Wire Promptly Filled. Court and Lodge Directory and most all saddle. His colts COURTS von a number of first prizes at Circuit Court, 1st Monday In January, (4 wceUn), 4th Momhy In April (two fiU), Brodhead Fair last .season. ' MT. VERNON, KYv Phone 94-S- , Outside cleanliness is less than half the battle, A man may This bgrse. will make the season !!rtl Monday in August (lliree weeks). scrub himself a dozen times a day, and still be unclean. Good HHi H of igu at my stable. mile of Quarterly Cou't, 1st Monday in each health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means month. Hiatt Postofiice at $10 to insure a County Court, llli Monilay Jn each a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean liver, and monlh. new, clean, healthy tissues. The man. who is clean in this way I'vingcolt. Season money bt comes Mt. Vernon Police Court, 3rd Monday In will look it and act it. He will work with energy and think due when colt comes or mare sold each mouth. clean, clear, healthy thoughts. He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood or partedjvlth. Pasture for mares disorders, Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stomLODGES achs. Blood diseases are found where there is unclean blood. at reasonable price and will give Ashland r,nd No, Glo, F. & A. M meets Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs. 011 the 2nd and 4th Monday In each uionfh at uqwmeiuuiy personal attention, Din It. VPJMI 111, This PartrCukiBrafxl will not.u.e responsible foraccideuts 7:S0 p. U, Dr. Golden Medical Discovery Mt Vernon m$ets a. Home and oflico In the Into r or escapes. See this horse before 2 p. m. on theItoyal Arch Chapter mouth. at For Particular Dressers 1st Monday In each prevents these diseases. It makes n man's insides cleats, f Id ' DENTIST Dr. Myers former o breeding your mares. T.an'lrum Council N'o, GO, meets 3rd Monnd healthy. It cleans the digestive organs, makes pure, MT VERNON, KY. By repueat, Main St., Mt. Vernon. While it k truo thai fine day lit each month 7:30 p. in. clean blood, and clean, healthy flesh. Qfllco at residence on Main St. tlio unflnlshcd work contracted by Dr. clothe do not make fine Franklin Ch pter, Order Eastern Star, Crown and' Bridge Work a Myera will bo completed by Dr. lmw-ci- s It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion and men, the man 2nd and 4th Thursday's at 7:3" p, m. drugs. prostration. It contains no alcohol or 'Work guaranteed. Specialty. without extra charge, He is I will, at the same time and place meets Vernon will always command Constipation Is the most unclean uncleanliness. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel Mt. JMe No. 310, I. O. O. F. to do anjthing Intho.dontal lino lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy. Uand a good jack five year old, meets every Saturday evening at 7 o'cl cfe. jwa'yoM buy Ci own and Bridge work a.Bpeclaltj. ilack with white points, 14 All work guaranteed. ATTORNEY-AT-LAhand high and a good breeder. Will be in Brodhoad every Hues-da;0 00 for horse colt, 8.00 for mnre and Livingston every Wejlneaclay MT. VERNON. KY. i, Clothing . , olt. floor o OFFICE.'- On and. .you are certain to get a cor- The Bank otMt. Vernon, on Church ' P t rect nt, ana11 plenty quality w street. Special attention given HIATT, KY. every garment. Prices are to collections. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER yrithra reach or aD. Phone in Residence. Phone No. 80 n mm n mpiiwii 00 THE LOWEST m NOTHING IN IT but what should be there. NOTHING ip H A fl wf ;$2(?.00 THE HIGHEST Steps havi been taken to pro JAVED HIS MOTHER'S LIFE. LACKING that will improve it. test the Pope. No one will be Give us a jn) and be "Pour doctors had given me up"' n allowed to visit him without writes Mrs. Laura Gaines, of voca, La , "and my childreu and card from the Major Domo, Possesses Every Essential Quality ill wmy friends were looking ior me Tom L. Jolwon, of Cleveland j7H5BRANAMA o die, when, my son insisted thut is close to death, and according to I use Electric Bitters. I did so, Pigments scientifically combined, and finely ground WILDIB, KY. K close' friends, the end is a matter md they, have done me a world oi in Pure Linseed Oil. ;ond, I will always praise them." of a few hours at most. nUHtrktfQMllsfatrMy 1 ; Not a Little Lead apd q Lot of Zinc, but a LOT OF Electric Bitters is a priceless bless- Count Isaac Cammodo, a banker ' ' 0g to women troubled with faint LEAD and a LITTLE ZIN6. and art collector of Paris left h is pg and dizzy spells, backache, For Infants and CMldren. art collection to the Louvre. Costs more to make, 'but the people want it. leadache,- weakness, debility, an Till Vk Yon Have Always Bpct .tipation or kidney disorders. Use fOn ALB BY ,hem and gain new health, strength Bears the FLETCHER'S Jjplgnatureof' jgoj. They're guaranteed' to atisfy or money refunded, Only 50c at Chas. C. Davis. I aadM-pa- tt CO You may ,wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients,! that act curatiyely on the womanly system. It is a medicine (or Women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, andr restores ;weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If' you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui." It, Will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. ii sense of completely derange tbc'Wbole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces, Such articles should never be usad except on preset ipi lions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do in ten fold to the good you can possiblv derive hum them. Hall's Catarrh by) F. ! Cure, manufactured Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is takeu internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists. Price, 7.sc. per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti patinn. April 6. -- smell " and Dark bay, black points, 16 hands ik"i i'u'ut;u vrjru igoe; streu uy Allen Quarterniaue, ho by Tom t Covingstpn, is,t? dam Maud, 2nd dam.Gray Eagle. Tom Covingtoi Jr., possesses a.11 of tbe five gits, with fepecd,,;grace aud action H is a true tpe.oi the saddles t beaty of motion and form is fearless and absolutely sound. This Champion 3 year old stallion will make theseajoi ol 19 11 at my arm ( miles north of Pine Hill, Kv , for $6 to insure a living colt Sr son money due when mare is tr.id ed or parted with. Care auen to prevent accidents but uot responsible, should any occur. 4 ;jtw; CASTORIA uirmwM W SSm at -'1' ?' ''! ' J.1.II.HI-..- J!j uliLiiiiMi For Infanta and Children. ir tn. grl ' ouv-uuu- u A5ge(abteRtparalton6rAs-; slrallattogiheFoorfamlRegtfe ling Uic Stomachs andBwdjof j jf JH CENT. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature Promotes DigcsHonJCwrfurJ ness ana iKsaontains tteitbr Opium.Morphittc norHiacraL JOHN W. HILTON 1911. -- NOT NARCOTIC. McSma PINE HILL.KY. HENRY CLAY STOEWALL JACKSON fyfttiSad- - 'w - f wF In AMfetdtf- - k si A.. DJBKET combined harness and saddle horse, Henry Clay, a dark bay with black mane and tail, 16 hands high, will make the season of i9n at unstable near Hiatt, a Sio to insunt n living a livine coif Henry Clay was sired by Old Bill King and is full Drenon and Denmark nnd to Rockcastle people is wcll'ktiown. My fine fU Use For Over Thirty Years 1 3 3 SAM CASTORIA 1 COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. 3 3 3 3 2ti, 1 TOGO & GEORGE OWENS, 3 3 CHINT LEAR wt-r- e 31-3- - mnamnammg jmmasimmaEsmm fl kJtfUtA ii iwyiuMwi w n w w lsfrt1 1iA1 1 JACK Scott's Emulsion food-medici- ne li- - G. B. LAWRENCE I It OjiSTOHIA. I 10U 1 DICK ALBRIGHT, SILVER DARE. I g THE BANK OF MT. VERNON, I wellwill rate-makin- g u..i.uui.i...ii........iiuti..m sugnr-coatt- g U1HDSSTAK5 o ft W. A. COX, 'Vrvcw ii vm Btcetch-Boo- cold-sore- s, him-'el- ,(BHto W. T. FRANCIS, $JSv Dentist' 1 tf.W.DYCHE on weU-drew- vtJ Ml A Clean Man Pierce's JACK habit-formin- g pro-par- attcn-jjlio- n. C.C. Williama, -- y 3 C MoCLARY' T R. L. SMITH, HANNA'S GREEN SEAL "THE MADE TO WEAR PAINT" w nr-3i-t- fv "! Stanford. I CASTORIA - -- .fi. IA ') CASTORIA .. jC,ltrmn Cry inn 4MWWW i': fSBBBU T. N. NOE, ftf w Mt. VernorVKy. ..III . rs!r 1