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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f llt iafiii JiiiIi1 tj published Every Fridayai v v t UR tnUft 1U4IL V LutE XXIV MT VERNON KOCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 21 1911 UMBER 30 I IWOMENS-r Sr1RlNGAPPAREl T is store has achieved a reputation for style in gar mepfts of everykind and for every occasion Our display j xasnow reached perfection of assortment which enables us tosnpply the demand i QUEEN SKIRTS Spring is peeping out from every fold A look at them tells you that they were never built to sell at the price If you area la dy of critical taste if you like some class and distinction in your gar ments to denote the finer line of your per sonality we carry the seasons latest style in Voils Panamas blacks and numerous fancy novelties while many of them are plain tailored you will find a liberal assortment of silk and braided trim ed styles- It will be worth your while to give this I r h a look When you get a QUEEN is np doubt but that you have the best values that buy j Price 350 to Mnttenf test SILK Taffeta Silk J p gL sH 6 lineTHAT MANSS SHOES ss SELBYU I If you will give our shoes an see the new styles in Oxfords and Shoes you your money here Big values in Mens Heavy ptlimflt I 11I f k df STER- DRJl1WN BlUE ru MM SHOES FOR SOYS FOR OIRL5 are the right thing in Shoes when you want WEAR Theyre also right there PC for style and v comfort BUSTER BROWN GOODS SENT OUT on APPROVAL K Any thin found not s tsfctorymon tir ey refunded t MAIL ORDERS GWEN SPECIAL ATTENTION i 1 I SUTTON aT McBEE iJ imMT VERNON KY h v- r ii I LITlNGSTOiN Mrs J W Sams and children are visiting her parents at Pitts r burgMr and Mrs Westerfield and children have been visiting r Stanfordlthemains very feeble and improves very slowlv Farmers are getting badly behind with their work but few are done sowing oats andvery little corn ground broken but we hope in the near future to hear the toad croak and the lovely voice o- fI the spring birds and see the beau tiful earth with its green dress on then we can say of a truth indeed spring is here We understand that there has been made up for R P Gentry the man that had such Dad luck as to loose all ot his earthly belongings 2and the most of his family in the fire some time ago over too This speaks well for Livingston and vicinity MiSs Annie Mand V Rice Walton who are attending f college at Barbotirsville were at home Easter Sunday Master f Geo Sambrook who is attending t school at London spent Easter with his parents Judge and Mrs SambrookJ H Dickersou will in a few days move his stock of goods into the new brick store I roomMiss Margie McClary is f instructing a class in instrumental music hereSince our last letter one of the worst fires has visited our little town and it could not look any worse if a cyclone had X struck it About twelve houses T Including1business houses and X dwellings were burned on Main j street and the town looks like A a wreck The fire broke out oboui J 800 p ra and by 830 pm there i were three oi four hundred people jf i n the streets doing allthev conld to check the fire Merchandise md household goods were strewn all over the streets and some not the r tile pl tering and carrying off things that were rescued trom the flames We never heard of men and women doing greater work than was accom pushed that night for which the citizens thank them again and i again O D Bryant was with home folks Sunday Mr end Mrs R J Lemmons and pretty little daughter Elizabeth are visiting relatives in Louisville this week John Pope who lost his home in the recent fire has sold his lot to H L Delph for S7SC H Rice we are informed will rebuild on the lot where his house was burned J A Oliver in the near future will erect a new house where he was burned outQaniel Ponder will also rebuild The little child of Mr and Mrs James Philbeck which Las been very sick is some better Mr and Mrs Josph Otna rv and sons have bee n visiting relatives at Stanford the past week Mr Roy Fenwick andspretty little daughter Ellowise are visiting her mother Mrs Waltham at Lebanon Dr Amyx and Joe Childress spent a few days in Louisville the past ReekR W Bales who has had such a lingering spell of ty phoid fever was here Monday but very feeble yetMr Crawford Stanley and Mrs Rachel Parks were united in matrimony a t Pipe r vile a few days ago Here is wishing them a long and prosper pus married life Miss Jones of Berea was the guest of Miss Ella Mae Blanford Monday W D Griffin of Jellico was here be tween trains Tuesdayen route from ft Maretburg home Mrs Robert Cf Mattingly of Paris is visiting her 3 sjster Mrs Robert McClure jf John Pope is night clerk at the Eight Gables Restaurant John V Cocker llof Paris is visiting his uncle E L Cockerell this week vf The war on prices still continues af hensLtoW monev and a due bill for8oeBut laying all jokes aside here is a fair question If a Democratic Con- gressad will reduce flour from 8oc a W sack to 45Cj what will a Democratic jig Senate and President dp Now V get your pencil and go to figuring BBSams and little daughters yt were here from Brod b dSpdaY7M s Annie Quinn Q beenlvisiiing 0 r 7 Hayes at this placeMiss Grace Owens of Level Green afMlittle MissBonnie Nlceley ot MtVernon hate been visiting relatives here S C Franklin the Jeweler arid little jon of Mt Vernon spent apportion of the week nereMr ind Mrs C R Martin of Danville and Mr and sW P Buchanan of Stanford were the attractIve guests of Mr and Mrs George Martin Eastert SundayMr au11Mrs Harve Walker and little aaughter of Leb anon Junction te been visiting Mr and Mrs flfct R Johnson Mrs IL W Rice1 who had the misfortune to lose her property in the fire move Monday to a house she owned fHigh Street and about 12 ocleck that house caught firebut several rushed to the scene and it was soon out It looks liketroubiknever comes single handed Wesee in one of the dailies that James B McCreary has put up the necessary dough to enter the primary Wedo hope he will not have opposition for the other fellow will Jusl ha wasting time and money and would be glad to see hun have a clear track so when the Republicans bring up their lamb for slaughter he may be ready to wage apolitical battle that our friends the enemy the Republicans can not withstand Mrs hula Maslen and Miss Ella Argenbright were an East Bern stadt laV4Mr Roy Ma gruder Is working m few days in the absence of Mr Westerfield who is on the sick 1istJ A Olio ver begun a ten days sale today Friday April 2it If he sells as cheap as advertised Rome will howl LEVEL GREEN The farmer are very busy now getting ready to corn = Mrs Katie Catron hasbeen very sick for seVer ldSY s buL mprovinK =Wheat in this neighborhood is looking fine Messers Thompson and Ballard of the Blue Grass sec tion were in this part last week hog buying Hogs seem to be on declineMrs Mullins spent Satur day with her mother at Ocala Viola DeBord who is attending school at Mt Vernon spent last week with homefolks The school at Plato seems to be progressing nicely and there have been several students left Berea and entered school there Vic Price and Hobart Brown spent a part of last week at Mullins StationMrs Eliza Dent ev who is at the home of A C Sowder is in very poor health and not expected to live long Katie Price spent a few days with her mother here Ora Brown accompanied her back to Brodhead Monday The peaches pears etc are kflled in this locali ty but there is some hope for the apple crop vet There was Easter services at Friendship last Sunday conducted by Bro Soward and a large crowd was out to hear him If people would lay aside so much prejudice they would get along better with their Church work and it would be better for the community rGC Price who purchased the stock of goods of his mother seems to be doing a good business at this place Ora Brown has re turned from a pleasant visit to her sister at Corbin and grandfather at Grays T J Brown and W T Todd wade a business trip to Som erset last week Uncle Bill purchased of Grant Thompson of the Glades section a fine young mare Joe Thompson had a good mare to die last weekThe singing at Burnetts Chapel conducted by H P Broyles is progressing MIDNIGHT IN THE OZARKS and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton- of Clay City Ill coughed and coughed He was in the mountains 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 Discovery he began to use it I believe it saved my iifeihe writes for it made a new man fmeso that lean now do good work again For rail lung diseases coughs colds grippe asthma croup whooping cough hay fever hemorrhages hoarseness or quinsy its the best known remedy Price 5o and loo Trial bptt free Guaranteed by- Chas Cu pSvfs 3C DC DC 3D DAYS SALE ON 460prbbIi Best Flour 57 J2cpr sack 230 per 100 2nd best 45c prsack180perrt 360 till flour is made by Zareing Grain Mill Co Rich mond KyDont forget we will save you money on Dry Goodsi Notions Shoes and Clothing Also big line Furniture Stoves and Ranges Ivi Come and see us Yours for Low Prices I L HDAVIS f3 J = KY I BRODHEAD Mrs Bob Mattingly and children of Paris are visiting Miss Jewel FranciscoT Griffin and Hugh Cress of Corbin are visiting in townMiss Florence Pennington spent Saturday and Sunday at her home in LivingstonMrs Sallie Roberts of Gum Sulphur and Mrs Alex Ljsk and daughter pf Pittsburgy visited Mrs Daisy HnntEdgar Tatum of Riley was in town Monday Miss Katie Price spent Saturday and Sunday at home in Level GreenMont Rob erts Henry Brooks Earl Tharp Cleve Brooks and Newt Marlow were at home from Baxter last weekMiss Judith McCall visited her parents in Maretsburg Saturday and Sunday Rals Wilmott Owen Cads James B Frith Misses Jewel Frahcisco and Etta Frith were in Maretsburg Sunday Mrs Leila Hicks Mrs Amy Frith Miss Rosa Pike and Rev A J Pike were in Maretsburg Monday to attend the burial of Mrs Edgar G JffinofCorbinMis Bob Roberts and children of Maywood visited Mrs Jim Owens first of the week- J G Frith and F F Francisco were in Mt Vernon Tuesday on business Mrs Cleve Cable and little daughter of Marcelluscame to see Mrs L B Cable whc con tinues verysickMrs Daisy Hunt attended the funeral of Mrs Edgar Griffin Monday Shirley Tateand Walter Miller ofMt Vernon were in town Sunday Misses Anna Tate and Jennie Davis visited here last week Woodyard Owens is clerking for W M AdamsBrack Durham went to Rowland Tuesday to tele graph fewdaysThe Brodhead Graded School will give play next Friday night April 28th entitled Scenes in the Union Depot the proceeds go for the benefit of the school Ecerybodycome Joseph Carter gave party at his home last Saturday night Everybody reported a delightful time PittsIhutgthat the Government is prepared- to go to the supreme court for an interpretation of the immunity statutes as raised in the Bathtub Trust suit GhkJdrri Cry FOR FLETCHERS C ASTORIA Constipation brings many ailments in its train and in the primary cause ot much sickness Keep your bowels regular madam and you will escape many otthe ail merits to which women are subject Constipation is a very simple thine but like mady simplethinks it may lead to serious consequences Nature often needs little assist ance and when Chamberlains Tablets are given at the first indi cation much distress suffering may be avoided iSpld by Chas C Dvis 1 t I jv f Established 1887 f This c s 4 a a a a n i tt So long a drop is in the urn 99 So long SOLITE will surely burn Here you eet the finest Lamo Oil made from choicest Pennsylvania crude Costs you no more than the ordi nary Headlight which will smoke the chimney and char the wick SOLITE OIL J the finest iLamn Oil in the world Saves you money saves your eyes Gives you comfort Tell your dealer want no other rind but SQLITE OIL and be sure If CHAS C STOLLOIL COLOUISVILLE I Refinery at Warren pa I HishGrnde Motor Gasoline vo Carb Auto OH i nnnnunnnnnnntnnttn nnnnnnnnntnnnnnnnu d w ww Stop and Think t j Do you know a single successful business Eman who does not do business through a bank Mf w NItis the only road to success so join the 3 = procession to the Peoples Bank 3 g Banks have been the making of more E business men than colleges You may be too = IEold for college days but you are the right age 3start a bank account with us Why not begin today 1 j = j K Verytrulfyo- ursPEOPLES BANK E PRONE 3 ttiilfiillllitlililijliliildiiilliil mmI11Ul11filllI1111111111111 3cG e w w ot IF ITISNT AN EASTMAN IT ISNT AKODAK i THE BEST RECREATION IS KODAK 1 The Easy All ByDayLight way of making Pictures with the bother lef tout We carry a full line of KO DAKS- k and Kodak Supplies Ask us for a Kodak Catalog a CHASICDAVISLEADING i u Phone S9 MT VERNON KY f jj I t MT VERNON SIGNAL 1911IFRIDAY April 21 tPu 61Ilisd every Friday tEDGAR S ALBRfGBT 10001 SUBCRIPnON ONE YEAR 4dverising iaks made known on a licftion MPMBIR OF- KF1NTUCKY PRESS ASSOTATTON CONGRESSMEN OUie James is campaigning the State in the inter est of Iris race for the nomination c for U S Senator and wherever be goes is dealing deathly blows to I Senatof Pivtiter who is a candidate for reelect ion In his Nicholas vii le speech Congressman James gives the record of the Senior Senator from Kentucky which we copy in part as follows 4 He says that on 122 roll calls on the Pa me Aldrich tariff bill the record showen hit Senator Paynter voted seventy five and was absent forlyseven times his record of not voting being thirty eight and fivetenths or in other words Kentucky was not represented in the Senate more than caethird of the time He said that when the senior Senator of Kentucky first went to the Senate he was a Paynter painter but now he was only a Republican whitewasher and that in view of his stand on all matters affecting the Republican party it was a wonder the party did not elevate him to theSupremeI bench of the United of placing him on the Judiciary Committee in the Senate J HARVY ALUEN Manager Winchester Granite crick Co Writes Interest ing Letter i Dudley Ky 1 April 5i9ir SmTORtMT ERNON SIGNAL Mt Vernon Ky Dear Sir Two vital questions are now i much in evidence before our people and they both should receive careful and thoughtfulcQn sideration by every resident of our county Public Roads you have given much creditable attention to in your columns and you should continue that agitation until Rock castle shall have good roads throughout thecounty The other important question should be our Public Schools fitshould be A1 i looked after very carefully indecd for the future welfare of hel country rests in the proper trainI ing and education of our children It is not enough that we should have good buildings with good teachers that are prompt and efficient in evary duty hut we must have the hearty and earnest co operation of the parents of the children This cooperation should he of such a character that every child should not only be enroled in the school but that they shall be continual and prompt in their at tendance No teacher however efficient can cause the child to al vance unless they are regular and punctualjjlhe daily drill in school room should not be intGffened with by duties at home not by trifling excuses ofthe chiltfj but they should be taught by both teacher and parent to be present even hour of the school term Too many parents neglect this part and then expect the child to advance in their studies This is unfair to the teacher and to the child and every parent should consider wisely and well before thev shall allow or keep the child from school It shall not be verv long until the question of engaging teachers for the coming terms of schools shall be up They should be st lected with care as to charactet and efficiency and then given earnest and enthusiastic aid by the trustees and patrons of the school Promote a hearty rivalry between the different districts in the county by having contests ot different character These con v tests aid in stirring up interest that otherwise cannot be had The teacher will receive some aid by these but the pupils farmore and the parents can be induced through these to take more interest than they might otherwise do and you must have the parents interest and cooperation if you shall make vour school houses the center of interest in your precinct have difierent kind of ways to use the building that it may be aji edu cational center and uplift to the community these things go a long ways in aiding the teacher and the community would be surprised at the pleasure and good that they can get from having such an interest 4n their schools Above all see that the pupils are six da in the week at their desks and not one two and three as is now too frequently the case Yours truly 1 HARRY ALLEN TIllinois Corn Grower Wins WK Kejlogg National Trophy- R A James Charleston III has the proud distinction of having grown the best ear of corn in all- the3 125713600 bushels of lat years bumper ciop At the National Corn Show just held at Col i TQ t UmuvVOhio ttiiS gentleman litc warctfvl the WI t KehloggNili n ai Corn Trophy donated in i gopiliy W K KeKo president of the Kellogg Toasted Corn Flake Co of Battle Creek Miclrgan Thousands of ears oft ni from all palts of the country and olall varieties were entered in tbe com L FomaIfor 1910 petition The selection of the grand champion Sweepstakes arid the award of the Kellogg trophy were made on general points of erjionty 1 slThe ear of corn grdwii by r James is of Reids Yellow Dent aj riety It is 10 incnes long and 7 54 inces in circumference nnd has 20 rows of kernels 6 to the inch in the row average fs of an inch in depths and 516 of ah width It is indeeda very correctI type ol yellow dent corn Mr James the winner is a lvigorous farmer about 40 years of Form 1The W K Kellogg National Corn Trophy age and of pleasing pefsonaitv a man who has given careful study to corn culture and who has achieved his success as a grand champion winner oly by years of hard work and piinstaking seed I f T 3fj I SIlL ROYAL BUE 1 Shoe Value isnt Ijl thePiic Y r 27t you Pay j its in the p1easureY- ou get in wearing the shoes They must fit right s wl1as1ok rights Thats the reason that SELZ shoes made on foot form measurements and fit ted to your feet byespeit salesmen make it easyWo biiy sho tide itJ1tt make it an everyday ioyto wear the shcesT afrer youre bought ilicm t = t YOU WANT SMART STYLES IN SHOES P t and theres no reason you r shouldnt get that as Well as quality fif lit Vft iiiaarked feature of our SELZ line the smart snappy styles that young nieti Ilike and that older men don t object to r V t i SELZ SHOES here for men women arid chilen i 3 1 we Guarantee wZH m CHASe a McKENZIE iirj SUCCESSOR To McIENZLE l1ijJE 1 y S5 JiJtJ2 i T WTTTN L I I 0 57 LS pfleciioiivbiid careful hriethtig fr6in sea 0 1tO season Vtelotjre3 naftiiis is the first time in four yeilVs that the honors have r been wrestled from the tnte of I Indiana Last years ear the first winntr of thehPU1Pion1 trophy was grown by Patin of Newtown lad Itwas also of Reids Yellow Dent variety crossed with Alexander Gold Standard Last vearsprize winner is the most ye ticl formed ear of the two though it requires a cite r ful judge to distinguish the poi tts of superiorFtv r The trophy awarded to Mrj ioqNewat a cost of i nonSIt is made of a Sterling silver hfonzs and ennniels nnd is h trulv artistic crention It lh1Kelloggdnterest can he understood when it is stated i that the Kellogg Toasted Cornj Flake Co oT which he is presi dent has an output requiring 10000 bushels of corn a dav raw product for its manufacture A peculiar feature is that which beIKellogg product IS made from selected white corn e WOitliThe trophy iBffered for annual competition until won twice by the same grower The National Corn Show at which the award was made was an event ot tremendous magnitude AfoneoI the sessions President Taft was present and delivered an addfessf r 00101 551t- H BREED 1 CATARRHH- er Terrible Experience Shows How Peruna Should Be in Every Home to Prevent Colds irfs C Sars e r 1311 Vood land Ave K a n s as City Mp writesI el tti a duty to you and to others that may be af flicted like myself to speak f orPeruna My tro- Uble firstcame after la giIinSe- e g b t or nine years ago ltgatb eringr in my head andn- euralgia sufferedmpst I tirae My nose ears and p y eswere badly affected for Mrs C S Sagerser the last two years I think from your description of internal catarrh that I must have had that also I suffered very severely Nothing ever relieved me like Pe runa It keeps me from taking cold With the exception of some deaf ness 1 am feeling perfectly cured I am fortysix years old I feel that words are inadequate to express my praise for Peruna u Concrete sidwalks have hen leguiron West Main St at S C Frankljns rind Presbyterian church Raiu has interfered with the work To LET3ioo tes to cut and Jog to mill and to haul sam to switch at Maretshurg Ky WIll let the entire contract together or let separately W M BULLOCK Apr Ii U Hahsford Kv Our baby cries for Uham er Iains Cough Remedy writes Mrs T B Kendrick Rasaca GauItis the best cough remedy on the market for coughs col sand crouptJForsnle by hasC Davis I BUY AND SELL RALEST i4iave onvhand at present some vefyldesirable farming land some itinejfaijnnd timber land andsone town property its all for 8alp com Jn md see me before vou buy I vij sellor exchange ithvOl VUWihh find me at the Ban of Mtv fernou ARFuRNisH Mt Vernon Ky case of rheumatism relief fiont pain makesv sleep and rest possible This may he obtained by applying Chamberlains Lini ment For sale by Chas C Davis ItMjr Bullock lias just com pleted a house on Adams or Railroad kreet that is as nice as1 a rose fan be bought r at a reasonable Firs lot out of incorpora f Hon Mcb31 U The Ohio Senate passed a bil- liorabalNi mill Stae Ijiivv whjch is epect9jlalee 3ffiop Oo for cjjdr9ag 1i t- Z = f7r- i1 firift r i I Jtz r X P K ii I LLADIES i JIJ kY sWPRING house cleanii g time is here 0d btlvdu wish to cheer up your rooms with a few pieces of New Furniture biighten up the old walls with t New Paper and the floors with New Rug i t I INVITE YOUw 0 D tPchan look through my stock from beginning Stis f c end andsee the great bargains I have for you The t assortment is the largest and most complete and the prices the lowest that I have ever made i A Large Shipment of Bugs Car pets and Mattings Just Arrivedo SBMciENZIEi j 4THE FURNITURE MANo En6e1J3 c pi YEKNQN KY EJ We are ANNOUNCEMENT authorized to annOU11C r Q iI BALLARDasa candidate for Repre sentative of Rookcastle and Laurel comi ties subject to the action of the Repub lican party We are authorized to announce R G WEBB as a candidate for Representative of Rockcasle arid Laurel counties sub r jecttto the action of tlie Republican party We are authorized to announce E B Thompson as a candidate for Pepccenta- tive oE Rockcastleand Laurel counties subject to the liol1of the Republican party Twentyseven saloonkee ers in Gary and four in Hammond Indj must close as the result of a Fed eral Judge refusing to grant naturalization papers to the pro- prietOr on the ground that they are u n iesi ra bj e cjtiZei1s It is said m Cinduiiali that the BeI telephone interests are pre paring to take over the Central which controls the Louisville Home0 u Oiuren Qr y FOR FLETCHERS C AC T0 R i A IThis PartJeufarDressers Particular Brand While it is true that fine clothes do not make fine men the vehldressedman will always command atten Lion When you buy I Shield Brand Clothingiyou axe a cor feet fit and plenty quality in every garment Prices are within reachof all 1000 THE LOWEST 2000 THE HIGHEST Give us atrialand be convinced J+ H BRANAMAN KfIITLi Yak ceatcllu of QsiBty is i every SKIut cG4i cp I GRANV1LLE OWENS 1 k IUNDERTAKERI Brodhead Kyl i Mail or Tele Promptly h HOW ABOUT YOUR WATCH DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME NOT WHY NOT If you ire having any such trouble your watch oi clock turn it over to ns and if it does run O K it will cost you nothing We guarantee Give us a trial We kinds of solderingand repair work FRANK MOORE AT DR S C DAVIS DRUG STORE WIT VERNON children Cry FORFLETCHERS ASTORIAqH Mount Vernon Moriidllta WOR K of and Manufacturer and Granite Monuments ofnUJ kitids Estimates fiiinished i on applicationr GEO V ENS Prop rIinticlI3 5PSiEbAnyon iulty of liI91ior- opcriy wiItpioejntqd Jull- JigJJ lhwr J r1 1Jng 11i91j ff idN1f 1 241 MkV rtl 2 COMPLETE LINEB Coffins Caskets and Robes Telegraph la phone orders Filled i4 AV II IF about just not all our work do ill KY J11r Rr All T Tk One Pill then Talti it Easy Take What Pill Why V Dr Miles AntiPain Pill jifcourSe Gqod for all kinds of pain Used to relieve Neuralgia Headache Nervousness Rheu matism Sciatica Kidney Pains Lumbago Locomotor Atapda Backache Stomachache Period ical Pains of women and for bodyI for ovcM2 years and find them excellent I keep Pr IIle AntiPain Pills in the house all thertime and would not think of taking a journey without them no lomelcmnotpraise Miss Lou MCHURCiatu j 63Hieh St Peaacopk N H l Attall druggists 25 JMW te AdILItS EDiCAL CtEIkh lad t j I 4 f+ t t WI VERNON SIGNAL VIr STINONKY AI 21 1911 I 79 Cull up No 79 when you WantoConununlcate with SIGNAL 79 I I 0 IOUIWILLC R R Co Ii TABLE 22 north 455pIn 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1144 a 21 South 1219 am r1A5 LANDRUM Agent PhoniN c8 Entered i1ttbMt Vernon Ky Postoffice as necondclass mail matter PERSONAL Miss Georgia Jones is visaing Lre1ativeher John V MoKenzte is in Mexico Mo on a visit App Tajlor was bere from Liv ingston Sunday r Judge ChenauU was over from Richmond Wednesday Logan D Taylor is in Louisville and St Louis this week Charley Riddell was here from East Bernstadt Wednesday Miss Anna E Tate and Virginia Davis were in Brodhead Sunday Miss Nola Jones was in Win chester from Friday until Monday Mr and Mrs Will E Smith were here from Middlesboro Tues day Geter Fajin of Livingston dis plt hers office was in town Tues J day A G Bartlett is back from Iou isville looking after quarry inter I ests Mrs E 11 Fritz of Knoxville is visiting her brother W M McHargue H Bnrdette Houk of Louisville was with relatives here from Satur day until Monday Vm Smith the Him merchant wjs in town Wednesday and re ports trade good at his place k 1 Mf and Mr Logan Tpwey were over from Berea with Mr and Mrs Robt COx Conn Brown came in vesterday 2 doming from Louisville to attend the burial of his grandmother Mr and Mrs Thos Cherry drove up from Brodhead to attend to funeral of Mrs CODnI Mr and Mrs Harve of the Hiatt section were with Mr j F and Mrs A C Hiatt during the S4 week i firs McHargue of Coroin is with the family of her son W M McHargue of Pine Hill for a few days visit Atty H J Johnaoo and bright little son Robert were down from London yesterday and renjained over night Geo W Proctor the hurtling young Asst Freight Agt of this t place made a flying trip to Row 1land Sunday Mr and Mrs Marion Hairilin and sister Miss Bessie have re turned from a few weeks stay in Vest Virginia EMrs a egfM Boone and daughter of Maywood are visit ing Mrs Boones daughter Mrs James Rickels 7t J A Oliver was one of the t citizens of Livingston f4promine this office a substantial 7 al1duringth Wfcek Mr and Mrs M L Marsh L banks of the Maretburg section were with Mr and Mrs A H 7 Hamlin first of the week Mesdames C S Nield and W P Lincolni of Louisville arid TS Brooks of IJaris wee here ytster day to attend the Burialof Mri fLri Conn I t1icses Anna Tuterand fceilu t Mae Lovell were named as dele I gates from the Christian Endeavor I to the State Convention which meets in Lexington next month W J Sparks Is in Louisville tf under treatment of a specialist iMr Spatkihas been uffprin with j ia bad throat We are glad to know that it is nothing ofa serious nature Goo Owens the marble and granite anw3sat Rileys Sta lion Marion county during the week erecting a granite monument to the memory of the mother ol vCapt Miller of Richmond Va The Captain was a recent visitor toe theSparks family here and made 7 nherSeleclion of the monument fi t it 1I I j 4 7 14 iIAOOA1I mlSewingaway Try Wunderhpse 4 pairs guar an teed to v atmonths i atIt J J fAn awful lot of enthusiasm is wasted hating people who dont care whether yon do or uotl The four months old child E M Cummins died Tuesday morning of stomach trouble Frank Moore the Jewler expects to begin the erection of a new home in the Asher Addition soon Most of the well dressed men ou see in this county are wearing Fishs Guaranteed Clothes There is a reason FERrILIzERGo to T M Dees Livingston when you want fertil izer It is the best none better and few grades the equal For hot and cold lunches sand witches a cup of coffee or n quick lunch go to E B Browns restaur ant near depot Mt Vernon The Kentucky Educational As sociation will meet at Owensboro Ky June 26 to July 3rd and the L N will offer a rate of 9 55 for the round trip Two or three turns of crank is sufficient to throw drop at telephone central pont worry the operator by prolonged ringing he may be tqo busy to answer in five or eight seconds When yon male a ring wait a t least ten seconds before ringing again Our Three Hundred Year Old English Bible will be the subject of the pastor at Presbyterian Church Sunday morning Evening sub ject The Men of America tor the Man of Galilee This service will be especially for men and all are most cordially invited A new switch board has been ordered to be made in Chicago factory for our local telephone ex change and should be finished and arrive here by May loth when extensive improvements are to be made at central in the meantime the manager and operators will do the bet they 2iari in giving service over the present switchboard The Danville advocate after mentioning tIle names of a dozen of the Danville and Boyle citizens who were in attendance at the meeting of Transylvania Presby tery held here last week has this to say about Mt Vernons hospitalityThe George Watson pastor of the Mt Vernon Presbyterian church waschairmau of the enter tainment committee and provided most elegant entertainment for all the delegates who attended The good people of Mt Vernon threw their homes open to the visitors who are high in their praise of the hospitality accorded them The Presbytery was presided over by Rev J Rockwell Smith of Leba non He made one of the best moderators who has ever presided according to the statement of the delegates A great deal of business was transacted and altogether the session of the Presbtery held at Mt Vernon was one of the best in the history of the organization The Womans Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church will meet with Miss MtCordat the Dor mitory Saturday afternoon April 22 at three ijcjock The following program will be given I HymnTake my Life and let it be 2 Scripture reading from Rom 1013 15 and Isa 49813 3 Prayer 4 Business and Roll Call 5 Reading the minutes of last meeting Foreign Mission Topic In dia 6 Map study Miss Maxwell 7 The Curse of CasteMiss Dodson 8 Religions of India- MissClarkson and others Brahminisnv 2 Buddhism 3 Mohammedanism 4 DemonOlatry q The benefits Christianity has aleidy brought to India Miss McCord 10 Stoddards Lecture on India Mrs Watson Home Mission Topic The Freedman Miss Maxwell ii Hymn PrayerI I J t r wfr BOYS COBWefcOWiNe CON TEST fOR ROCKCASTLE The Department of Agriculture is very anxious to organize A Boys corn growintest in Rockcastle Co This Department lurnishes pure bred seed corn and bulletins of instruction to boys between the age of 10 and 16 years who will enter the contest Also a diploma or roll of honor will be given to any andall boys who grow as much s30 bushel per half acre and 60 and above to the acre signed by the Governor Comrmissioner of Agriculture and your County School Supt And in ad dition to this the business men and officials of Mt Vernon offer the following list of premiums in goods and gold to the winners in various phases of the corn growing subject These awards will be made during the last of Oct or the ist ot Nov On a day set by the Committee This isa chance for rear live boys to get into a real live contest that is in every way honorable instruct ive and profitable Parents we urge you to extend to your boy or boys every opportunity to win in this contest and lets try to keen more bright minded ambitious boys at home on the farm See Supt Kincer and get your coru and instructions Now Is your onpor tunitySPREMIUM LIST FOR BOYS CORN GROWING CONTEST YEARI9M I The officials of Rockcastle County offer for the greatest yield of corn grown on onenaif acre by any boy between the ages of ten and sixteen years in Rockcastle County Gold 2000 2 U G Baker Merchant offers for the second best yield on one half acre same age limit as above One suit of clothes value 1000 3 R E B Oox Merchants for third best yield on one half acre same age limit One pair Courtney shoes 500 4 Peoples Bank offers for the greatest profit realized from the cultivation of onehalf acre Rule one hand at 10 cts per hour hand with single team 15 cts per hour hand with double team 25 cts manure 100 per load 10 5 Prof TA Houston offers for the second greatest profit realized from onehalf acre Rule as above 500 6 Satton McBee Merchants offer for the fewest ears that will shell one bushel white corn one suit of clothes value 10 oo 7 M J Miller Merchant offers for the secondvfewest ears shelling one bushel white corn Mdse 5oo 8 Chas C DavisDruggist offers for the best des eloped 12 ears of corn Boone County White One Eastman Kodak value 1000 9 Vm Poynter Hardware offers for the ondbe5t developed 12 ears of corn Boone County White One breech loading shot gun 750 The Bank of Mt Vernon offers for the best develeped 50 ears of yellow corn Gold 1000 uChas B McKenzie offers for the greatest per cent of corn that can be shelled from 2 rl ears One bat and pair of Selz shoes value 500 2 J Fish Clothier offers for ihe best diary or daily report kept from the time the ground is broken until the corn is gathered neat ness accuracy and results obtained considered book forms One pair Star Brand Shoes 500 13 Dr A G Novell offers for the fewest mature ears white or yellow that will weigh 70 Ibs Gold 500 11wGus Staverson Farmer offers for the best single ear of white coral l i oo Any business firm or person that wishes to offer a prize to encourage the boys in the foregoing named contest wiil see the undersighed Committee and have their name and amount added to tte list SUPT J W KINCER Chm TA HOUSTON P HSHUTTS WM BULLOCK ANNA E MILLHR Queen skirts at Sutton Me Bees The host tailored skirt In the world if thev Havent your size they can get it in any style or any way you want it alwaysdueand quickly yields to the free ppicationof Chamberlains iLinir Davisfeijii t 5S r 7 7C Guaranteed clothing guaratilet all wool and guaranteed to fit SUTTON MdBira FOR SALE Cheap one sav rig under repair W MHJunLOCK KyIPlenty of the old reliable Horse Shoe Fertilizer on hands 5 percent discount for cash Call on- J SMITH or W H SOWDER Brodhead Ky IACKSON OVERSTREET The marriage of Miss Edna Pearl Jack son and Mr Addison Breckenridge uooniWednesdavhy Reid at the home ofI he brides parents Mr and Mrs Dave Jackson on Mohan Avenue TheI bride was gowned in white entrain trimmed in pearls and wore a tule veil and carried a shower coquet of Ij lies of the wedding march was played by Miss Cora Green of English Ky and A promise me was sung by Miss Betlie Mris The house was profusely decorated with Ferns and White Carnations and Masters David and Walter Jackson brothers of the bride were the ribbon bearers Mr and Mrs Overstreet left on the 356 p m train en route to Minet N D where they will reside Mrs Overstreet is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs Dave Jackson and is one of Londons most charming and lovable girls and will be greatly missed by her towns people Mr Overstreet is agent for the Minneapolis St Paul Sault Ste Marie Railway at Minet and a prominent Ma sonLondon Sentinel Mrs Mary 6don aged 83 years died Wednesday about 100 oclock at the home of her daughter Mrs r W Brown pn West Main St Mrs Conn had been very feeble for more than a year and although the end came with barely a mp ments warning it was no great surprise to the family and closest friends who had watched her so closely for the past stveral months She would have her good and bad days and with the exception of a slight sinking spell about daylight Wednesday raoraingynvaV appar ently feeling as well as usual had been sitting up part of the morning and between 12 and i oclock ate a hearty dinner Just after finishing her meal she was assisted to her bed and in less than five minutes after she was placed on the bed life was extinct The deceased was the mother of twelve children but only three are living two sons B H Conn of Oklahoma and Jack Conn of onedaugbiive funeral services were held at the home conducted by Rev Wat son after which all that was mor tal of this grand old mother in Is rael were tenderly conveyed to out Silent City where she now rests in peaceIn describing Christian and hope ful coming to the gate of the Ce lestial City John Bunyan wrote Now I saw in my dreams that these two went in at the gate and loj as they entered they were transfigured and they had raiment put on that shone 1ik gold Then I heard in my dream that all the bells in the city rang for joy and it was said unto them Enter ye unto the joy of your Lord and af ter that they shut up the gates which when I had seen I wished mvself among them They go from strength to strenghty and joy to joy forever So this life has passed into the joy of her Lord the mernoiy of her life must prove a perpetual inspir ation Makes Kami laUif Easy ROY4Jtfl7 AKIMG POWDER Absolutely Pure kJIMALIMI UiPUflPUATC BS5HT 55 LSO TF3AY Some Merchants may tell you they handle just as good Clothing as FISHS GUARANTEED CLOTHES at S100O 1aee and 3Opo ff t but dont buy until you are sure We do not urge YOU to buy when you enter our store butt on the contrary it is a pleasure for us to show you through t COME TO OUR STORE TOMORROW y and see what we are showing in theiI i NEW SPRING STYLES t gjio not only sell good clothes but we can fit you IIWegfrom headtofoot Look for the sign of the Fish outI 1 THE IPHONEAll the quarries are running between showers National and Stetson bats at SUTTON t MCBEES Mrs Edgar Griffin who before her marriage was Miss Laura Cummins daughter ot iMr and Mrs CastPGumrains died at her home in Corbin last Sunday morn ing after an illness of only a few days Just what was the trouble we have not been able to learn The remains were brought to Maretburg and taken to the home of Mr Nelse Griffin and kept until Monday when the burial took place in the1Maretburg cemetery She leaves a husband and two bright children The executive Board of Rock castle Association will meet with the Mt Vernon Ihptht church on Saturday and Sunday April 2911 and 3oth Saturday afternoon will be given to reports discussions and needs of the work in the Associa r lion J y both minifjners and laymen Saturday ev Uinff a 731 The Rev C Duke of Winchester will IT v r a lecture subject The C RttChurcf1ItsProbl mS of Failure There will be a sermon by som- eofthevISitiugiuisters at it a m Sunday Shnilay afternoon will be devotecitbbe Sunday School TIle publidjrdillv invited L SMITHChm GASORIAorWtiiid Children Thi KINd Yi Nays Always Bwght BearatheIptr8Gf tdtu t r J b CINCINNATI Sunday SPECIAL EXCURSIONI 150 RoundI ij fI2 150 RoundTrip SPECIAL TRAiN amIiASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS NOW IS THE TIME TO GET PENNY PI TURES 25 Pictures for 25 cts iN PIVB PeiTIOfiThis work is finished in the latest uptodate dark tones they pOsitively will not fade You get five different positions and the price is such that they are within the reach of all We also make all grades of first elass pbotOgraphs at one haf the prices charged in the larger cities Come and see and be convinced bring your friends and dont forget the babySOur Last Week in Mt Vernon Will be here till May Jstf located over Sutton McBeers Store Gl wdy days as gooit as briglit X0oiiie early and avoid the la ttet rush seN FEHSt3HAUaT SSSt t SS i I y rLYoung Women Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler ot Faribault Minn She says Let me tell you how much good Cardui has done me As a young girl I always had to suffer so much with all kind of pain Sometimes fc was so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got A Y bottle of Cardui at the drug store and as soon as I had J tken a few doses I began to feel better T Today I feel as well as anyone can I ICARDEUI The- WornansTonic Are you a woman Then you are subject toa large number of troubles and irregularities peculiar to women which in time often lead to more serious trouble I A tonic is needed to help you over the hard placesto relieve weakness headache and other unnecessary pains t the signs of weak nerves and overwork For a tonic take Cardui the womans tonic j You will never regret it for it will certainly help you Ask your druggist about it He knows He sells it for Special Writ Action and Advisory 64pase book Chattanooga Treatment foremen sent free Tenii J 59 Ennn YHnnunnnnnnHnnnnUnnnnnnnnnnnnn ii l1 VERNON GfISKET GO PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS = DIRECTORS EMBALMERSMt E COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3 g Coffins and Robes 3- S Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of C Sr work for the company = 2 =Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points r = GEORCE OWENS Manager Offie Mt Vernon Monumental Building lla 3 lU1U Hilil UUllU1UU1U1H1U1UHUUllUU1U1U1HllUUllU1U tnn n tn ntn itnn nnn nnn IA Home Institution fffl EThis hank is a home institution Our loans are made righthere t 5 home to our good farmers and business men It is a home institution Sfor our home people We will pay you good interest on your idle = m funds Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your check It is very simple convenient and safe Gall and we gladly e f E plain the many al vantages o11 checking account You will xtEr a receipt which cannot be disputed The endorsed check will be returned to you is incontestible proof of the payment of the bill m Your money is safe deposited in this bank to your credit If you car = eii ry it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or =Come in and let us talk matters over with you stolenIII illTHE BANK OF MT VERNON IINcORPoRAiDMT VERNON KENTUCKY fIll 111111 11 11 tl1111 lil i 11111 11111il f 11HM UfiDBBTflKBBml 001 orders W MT KY 1 RW DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office residence Main St Crown and Bridge Work Specialty Work guaranteed cc Williams MT VERNON KY OFFICE On and floor The Bank Mt Vernon Church street Special attention given collections Phone No said that Robert Lincoln retire president the Pullman Company and that his successor will John Runnells now vice president the 120 000000 corporation NEVER OUT OF WORK The busiest little things ever made Dr Kings New Lire Pills Every pill sugarcoated globule health that changes wpakne into strength languor into isnergy brainfg into mental pow fe iercnring Constipation Herdache ChilisDspepsia Malaria Only Tciat Chas Davis Jt J I FUNERAL AND 3- II = PHONE have these Our line of Couch Caskets UU unexcelled Handmade Coffins furnished fltheJIAll bAre COX Promptly VERNON F lIedffff j = DYCHE at on a ATTORNEYATLAW I o of on 80 It is T is to as of be S of are is a ot j C is J W T FRANCIS DentistMt Home and office in the late residence Dr Myers formerly occupiedn Old Main St Mt Vernon By rep est the unfinished work contracted by Dr Myers will be completed by Dr Fran cis without extra charge He la prepared to do anything in the dental line Ci own and Bridge work a specialty All work guaranteed Will be in Brodhead every Tues day and Livingston every Wednesday 3 C MeCLAgYlO- EBTAHB and EMBALMER Strifcrd Kv George could who wasiforced II out ofthe SJissburi Pacific presi dencytriLfmphedover the Rockefeller or Kuhn Leob interests lit the annual election fn Kew Ycfrk f5BJiJ3ushaSbss 2itJAGRICULTURAL EXTENSION WHIN 1d SpRA AND WHAT U5f irtre ought lobe sprayed IFruitregularly every year once alter the blossoming period is p sand again in a week or ten days Whether or not they should be sprayed at otner times depends entirely upon what pests are present on the trees and whether or not the trees have jyer been sprayed before Immediatelv after the blossom ing period is past spray at oucc with the following Bluestone 4 lbsliuie 4 Ibs water 50 gallons arsenate ot lead Jibs Slake the lime pnd add enough water to makers gallons JDis solve the bluestone by pduing vver It tour or five galluus oi boiling water then add enough water to make 25 gallons of blu i stone solution Now mix the two thoroughly by pouring bucket by by bucket jn a barrel and add the arsenate of lead stirring thoioughlyv It is ready for use at once and iSthe best preparation known for apple scrab rotand codling moth For peach and Japanese plum use less bluesionVand lime 2 lbs each in 50 gallons of water The arsenate ol lead may be reduced Isoto two pounds Or if pre fared the sellboiled limesulphur wash may be used for these trees but whatever is used the arsenate 01 lead must be added to destroy the curculio Use the same mixtures and spray a second time a week or ten days later If rots give trouble late in the season a third spraying may be needed but in many orchards only the two early spring sprayings are necessary to keep the trees in good condition When San Jose scale is present in an orchard spraying should begin in winter It is possible at this time to reach all of the hark surface and veiy strong prepara tions may be employed while the trees are dormant For San Jose scale and dther insects of its family spray in winter or early spring before the buds swell with the sulphur wash with oily preparations such as coalOil emulsipn or withstrong soap solutions Limeslupbur wash may be prepared as follows Lime 20 Ibs sulphur 14 Ibs water 50 gallons Slake the lime in a large kettle adding sulphur stirringthoroughlyVh twenty gallons of hot water and boil an hour Theu add su fficient hot water to make a barrel of wash Strain before using If desired ready made hme sulphur preparations may be bought of the Gras llt Chemi cal Company of Cincinnati Ohio or of the Toledo Rex Spray Company of Toledo Ohio BEWARE OP OINTMENT FOR CATARRH THAT CON TAUT MERCURY theIderange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be usad except on prescrip tions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do in ten possiblyderive JCheneyno mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Hals Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney byDruggistsTake Halls Family Pills for constipation j BOYD A Sure enough Vsaddlelstallibti will make the season of 191 at my1 barn one halt mile north of Wilai FCv at 8od to insure a living colt J Boyd is a dark brown cocfr 16 hands high 5 years old sired t LyduBoydby CabbelLffyLexingtqn F SM he byBloodsmonts Black Hawk he by Sher than Morgan he by Justice Morgan 1St fiam Anna Roqrtei a siredbywithout i1lbtis the best iiiddle tallion irFRockcastle County JOHN PARKES JypJpdd young Jacig 15 alcrfItn7serve a limitednumber Of mares atiOto insure a living colt tt W H IOaJ =IWILDIE KY jo J 0 2JVtf A TOM CQVINGTQN JRj hay blnok points 16 hathrDark ded A nil njoS sired1 liy tCovingstondam Gray Eagle Tom Cwil ton Jr possesses all of the five gaitsI with speed grace and action He is a true type of the saddler in beaty of motion and Yorm is fear less and absolutely sound This Willimakelor 6 to insure a living colt SeaI son money due when mare is trade ed or parted with Care nicen 10 prevent accidents but not responsi tile should iAn3 occur JOHN w HILTON April 6 1911 PINE HILL KY STOEWALL JACKSON Stonewall Jackson was sired by Leoi Stonewall he by Stonewall Jackson Jrhe by Stonewall Jack son 72 he by Washington Den mark 10 he by Washington Impor ter Stonewall Jackson s ist dam sired by John G Carlisle and a bright chesnut sorrel i65 hands high and a model of superior style and was sired by Senator Black borne he by Dillard Dudley he b John Dillon the sire of the dam of Phil Thompson 216Essie 228 j Ileaf222 McLeod 2I4 Syenic 22934 Membsion Archie 224 R T C 223J Wick 226 Wild Rake 3 years old 2225 John Dil lard was sired by Indian Chief he by imported Chief JohnG Car lisles dam Blue leans 2nd dam a race mare Stonewalls 2nd dam by General Grant 3rd dam by Stonewall Jackson 72 This five gaited harness and sad dte stallion wi make the season 01 1911 at my barn at Brodhead Kv at 8 to insure a living colt Season money is due when mare is sold or parted with or bred to other allIseason p See this horse before you book your mares JACK I will also at the same place staod the Mode Cravford Jack Bill VValker at 5tto insure a liv ingcoit Phone in Residence No 24 DICK ALSI3HT BRODHEAD KY SILVER DARE Five years old 16 hands high a Mahogony hay sired by the great Dignity Dare 1982 he by Chester Dare No 10 he oy Black Squir rei No 58 lie by Black Eagle No 54 he by King William No 67 he by Wash lgton Denmark No 64 he by Gains Denmark No 6r Silver Dares first dam is by Sil ver Kihg he by Oritime No 745 he by Stonewall Jackson No 72j he by Washington Denmark No 64 This beautiful youtjg stallion isa combined horse is fine harness horse is a nice smooth run and walker and could he made a fine gaited horse He has proven him self a great breeder Colts come with good size style and action and most all saddle His colts won a number of first prizes at Brodhead Fair last season This horse will mae the season of ion at ny stable mile ofl Hiatt Postoffice at ro to insure a Fving colt Season money bt comes due when colt comes or mare sold or parted with Pasture for mares at reasonable price and will give them my personal attention but will not be responsible foraccideuts- or escapes See this horse before breeding your mares f JACK I will at the same time and place stand a good jack five year old bjjLgjr with whitiB joints 14 hand Jhighand a good breeder Oofoilse colt8oo for mare m 1 IRLSMITHHlATTrKY- Phonejn Residences nir31tfEAVED111S MOTHERS LIFE JTourJdToctors had given meup1 wtt sMJ5Laura Gaines of Avoca I a and thy children and all my friends wjere looking for me to die when my son insisted that I use Electric Bitters I didso and they have done me a world of go4 fwill always praise them j Ejt triciBiftters a priceless bless tt l lo TOmen troubled with faint j9t a5jcl BizzyJ4jEfclls backache lsthethndii nIJv h altb strength qtqitSoc at Chas Davis oc ll ciJ U v 1J Ali IN MARKT tI H HAhPHisine Was tlnntfhl ized asa missing link between success1 and failure by R K Sutherland ofOmahj to the members of tie National Brick Manufacturers association at their meeting in Louisville recently Mr Panther land told the brickmakers that they would have 10 advertise if they wished to keep their place amoug the industries of the world We have simply been asleep jhe said We have not adver tl ed01r competitors hive advertised andas a result they are getting thy business When you buy soap or flour or any other commodity what brand do you buj The brand you always see advertised of course It is the same was with the homemaker When he proposes to build a home he simply goes by the ad vertisements and he never sees a brIckadvertisement The only advertisements he sees are of cement and stucco and woodwork Consequently webs e his trade He almost forgets there is such a thing as brick It is now up to the brick manufacturers to advertise if they want to keepin the market When a medicine must he given to young children it should be pleasant to take Chamberlains Congo Remedy is made from bat u arland the room used in its preparation gives ita flavor similar to maple Syrup making it pleasant to take It has no superior for coughForJ H Miller for years a com manding factor in the spot cotton market of the Southwas found guilty of using the mails to da fraud by a jury in the United States District Court at Aberdeen Mass Saturday Tile prices of all grades of refined sugar were advanced 10 cents a hundred pounds in New York Nature makes the cures after all- Now and then she gets into a tight place and needs helping out- Thinks get started in the wrong direction Something is needed to check disease andstart the system in the right direction toward health Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with hypo phosphites can do just thisIt strengthens the nerves feeds famished tis sues and makes rich blood ron SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Send lOc namo ot paper and this ad for cur beautiful Sayings Bank and Childs SketchBooJc och bank contains a Good Luck Penny SCOTFi BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York Court and Lodge Directory COURTS Circuit Court 1st Monday in January 4 weeks 4th Monday In April two weeks 3rd Monday in August three weeks Quarterly Court let Monday in each month County Court 4th Mondayineach month Mt yernon Police Court 3rd Monday in each month t y LODGES Ashland Lodge to64o F A M meets on the 2nd and4th Monday in ench month at 730 pU Mt YerjipnTloyal Arch Chapter meets at 2p mon the 1st Monday in eachinon th Land rum Council No 69 meets 3rd Monday in each month ar730 p in Franklin Chapter Order Eastern Star meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays at730 pm Mt Vernon LodeNo319 I 0 O F meets every Saturday evening at 7 oclock z1 C1AT1I oI ALCOhOL 3 PElt CENI siiIaulheFmidgu 4- E 29jI OpiwuMorphine norN iaL NOT NARCOTIC R4eefOlilDrs41JHPfiiErni- j jidlp thiin7ei- IOo JtiSedL1iI Z9 ttonSouStomadtu1artw3g nessandLoss op SLEEP FacSimile Signature Ezact Copy of Wrapper TOGO Sired by Preston 922 by Wash ingtou 54 by Cromwell 72 by Washington Denmark 64 dan Den mark mare TOGO is a dark iron gray 1534 hands high five years old and a great saddle and harness horse with great style speedand action This champion five gaited saddle stallion will make the season of 1911 at my barn one mile Ncrth of Level Green at 10 to insure a living colt Season money due when mare is parted with or bred to other stock c B LAWRENCE LEVEL GREEN KY CASTC ELXa Bun line Bough of thoaCJJ IJIZ Col Roosevelt in a speech at Spokane declared that he was not an aspirant for any position for rhe reason that he has had every thing He declared no other man alive has had such a good run for his money Henry Brown who WitS a room mate of Abraham Lincoln died at Bloomington Ill KICKED BY A MAD HORSE Samuel Birch of 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 Bucklens Arnica Saive cured it completely Its the greatest healer of ulcers burns boils eczema scalds cuts corns coldsores hruses and piles Davis earth Try it 25c at Chas onI Not Sisters Now and again you see two women passing down the street who look like sisters You are astonished to learn that they are mother and daughter and you realize that a woman nt forty or fortyfive ought to be at her finest and fairest Why isnt it so P The general health of woman is so in tiinately associated with the local health of the essentially feminine organs that there can be no red cheeks and round form where there is female weakness Women who have suffered from this trouble have found prompt relief and cure in the use of Dr womanhood r 5r A Good Painter with Poor Poor ResUlts A Poor Painterwith Good Paint Better Results But good painter with Jannas GIROn Seal Paint can produce results every v satisfactory GREEN SEAL PAINT will gQ further wear longer look better and actually ve consumer 15 to 25on a job painting FOR SALE BYSTN NOE Mt Vernon Ky1 CASTO RIA For Infants and Ohildren The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- SignatUlle oljr In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA YOa SHERIFFS SALE Bv virtue of execution No 673 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Eockcastle Circuit Court in favor of F L Thompson Admr of Logan Owe is against R E Lawrence I or one of my deputies will on the 24 day of April IQII between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 3 oclock p m at the front door of the Court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Ky It being the regular county court day expose at public sale to the highest bidder the following property or as much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of Plaintiffs debt interest and cost to one tract of land located in Rockcastle county Ky on the head waters of Negro Creek and bounded as follows On the North by the lands of John Wiggins and George Albright on the West by the lands of Billy Blanton on the South by the lands of Lewis McAdams and on the East by the lands of Mary Lawrence and Joel Woodall con taining 30 acres more or less upon as the property of R E Lawrence TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a judgment 31 day of March 1911 T J NicELEY Sheriff R C Piercpa Favorite Prescription It gives vigor and vitality to th organs of It clears the complexion brightens th eyes and reddens the cheeks IrescnptionAny u heldas sacredly confidential and answered in a plain envelope Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Dr RV Pierce Pres Buffalo NY Paint gets gets a in the of Levied interest This