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I Published Every Friday 4 IIVbLU I XXIV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 28 1911 UMBER 31 II 1yi fWOMENSSPRMG This store has achieved a reputatipn for style in gar = ments of every lritidand for every occasion Our display has now reached perfection of assortment which enables us I to supply the demandV QUEEN SKIRTS Spring is peeping out froth every fold A look at them tells you that they were never built to sell at the price If you are ala 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 styles 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 line la look When you get a QUEEN SKIRT there is no doubt but that you have the best values that money can buy Price 350 to 850 SILK PETTICOATS 00If1L MANSS SHOES FOR MEN SELBYU UWOMEN If you will give our shoes an inspection and see the new styles in Oxfords and Shoes you will spend your money here Big values in Mens Heavy Work shoes I1y1t 1Mjy a LQ 1 L THAT DUSTER ROJWN SlUt RtliON r7oRef FOR OIRC are the rights thing in Shoes when you want WEAR Theyre also right there pC for style and BROWN fGOODS SENT OUT on APPROVAL Any thin found not satisfctoryt1 ri eyrefunded t MAIL ORDERS GIVEN SPECI- ALSUI1ONMcBEE ATTENTION h f T r MT KY t r h I j I 1t 1r SMJOESI i I comforttIJC VERNON1f s LIY 1NIgT01V Charley Harris Eleys Tennis f visiting relatives here He is a 1 grandson of the late Ashley Owens f A J Sams of the Gauley see tion has been very sick bur is some better J H Dickerson had i the following signs hung in front f of his store during the sale days ia 1 Livingston The first one was We are fishing to bait insideI earsal t11i51I faultF L Thompson that big theartedsalesman was with us Thursday Those that attended court from here Monday wer Judge Sambrook Mart Hicks C E f Rice C J Rice J PEDrum A mond A W Bourne D K Ar genbright J Mv Mink Allen Mouuce T M Dees and Henry MahaffeyMrs Reynolds who has been very sick for some time continues about the same Also their little child is verysickMr and Mrs RB Mullins were here Sunday I to sep then daughter tsC P Reynolds Mr and Mrs Joe OMary have returned from a visit j to Stanford S H P JVfagee and little daughter are visiting in J Louisville this week J H i Browning left for Florida Sunday J He has been in very poor health ft for some time aud thinks a trip to the land of flowers will do him good John Mullins who is working y at Boston Ky was here Sunday 2 Say old boy did she say you could J come back ngainDr and Mrs Will Brown of Parks l1e who have been in Florida for the Past j two months are visiting their g daughter Mrs C A BJanfprd gf 1 this place We had the pleasure jjf of a long conversation with him p Be delights in talking of his old 2 Rockcastle friends a great many ofwhom have passed into the j great beyond He is75vears7 old but yet he has a bright memory X andhVtis gaily as one 40 years old J H Dickerson left Monday for Lexington fa Marion Hatnlin of Mt Vernon his been here for the past few dtvsMr and Mrs G W Martin are visiting relatives in Rowland Mr and Mrs Westerfield have returned home after a few days visit at StanfordMrs J C Mc Quire is visiting her daughters Mrs Hugh Jenkins and Mrs Car ico at this place The big court is in session this week but we have not been there as we have no busi ness there and prefer to stay off the docket S veral are attending from hereWell we think winter sure is over and stagger weed will be plentiful and meat and lard so cheap what will binder us from passing a sumptuous summer Dr R G Webb was in Mt Ver non Wednesday Dock says he will begin his campaign in earnest in a few days =R A Whitehead has returned from a trip to Somerset =W N Riggs was in LaFol lett Tenn Monday on business r ra e Hl DMageeii attending in Mt Vernon this weekr Miss Lyda Cook is visiting tel atives in Mt VernonSome time between Friday night add Monday morning some person or persons entered the residence ofMrand- Mrs J H Owens and took about 20 Ibs of feathers all ine bedding K exceptthequilts dishes and even the knives and forks They took K afmdst everything except the fur- nitureft Last but not least they tooki the old family Bible that had been in the family 44 years Now JK if they will only read the Bible it will teach them that it is wrong to JK rob peoples houses And what looks worsejs lheplf folks are 70 and 73 years ofage Seven years ago when the writer bad the miSf tune to lose his wife the old I folks left their home arid have been living yitb the writer ever since but had left their household goods attbeirh 1eWeare sorry to X think that there are people who iIIL stop tp such deeds as to rob A twooldapeople whose heads are St blossoming for tbegraYeW M Graves is attending court H Hamlin 61 Mt Vernon uin9ur town Tuesday T J Penuinglon and little son Arthur were in Mt Vernon Mo4ayMrS James Stanley is visfti gber daughter Mrs Martin of Gravs MrsC- A BJanfozd haft returned from a visit to relatives at ParJcsville LEVEL GREEN The farmers are very busy get someIweather moderates Aiint Katie Catron whoha Been improving is much wors atthi9 writing J W Mullins wnp is teleg aphing at Boston fey vv s at home for a few days jpnn seems to be getting along nicely = O L Hitcher who h sagood position with the L and N R R Coo made a busi ne lastMonday Quite a number of our citizens were in Mt Vernon Monday it COi1it1DrBaker at Plato M F Craig the Huxter man makes his weekly visits to the country stores buying produce Eggs seem tq beon a stand still pub oge caentapicee people of this Oinltvr et very much to bp f of MrsrCone this ii only another witness to provf fhe certainty of death and tg qucrtautY o- flife4 C Sowdtr was in Crab Orchard Sunday nd Monday There will be services at Friend ship next Sunday ccnducted by Bro D R Gentry Brp Gentry is a very interesting speaker and is sure to always say something that will do yon good Henry Catron of Stanford is here with his mother this weekT J Brown is rejoicing this we kasbe had the pleasure of going a fishing again last Sunday Mrs Felix Broyles who had a pareletic stroke some time ago remains very bad and her recovery is very doubtful Most all of the schools in the county have been taken up and a great many by Pulaskians which is very unfair to the Rockcastle teachers the trustees should set a resolution to ijrstlet the teachers m their own county have schools and then if there was any left let the outsiders comeinMisses Martha and Marguerite Jones called on Mrs G It Lawrence last SundayOtd Aunt Eliza Denney remains about the same BRO E1ILLEAD Mr and Mrs Dave Thompson of Paris visited Mrs L B Cable last weekMiss Bessie Sproule o Paris has been visiting her atnt Miss Jewel Francisco Miss Ethel Hilton of Stanford spent Sunday with her aunt Mrs Susie B Cherry Misses Etta Frith and Catherine Cass were in Stanford shopping first of the weekMiss Tempest Ward left Monday for Elizabeth town where she is going to teach Dick Albright was in Stanford Saturday Lon business Mrs John Robins and daughter Mildred visited Mrs F L Durham of Mt Vernon first of the weekMiss Ida May Adams attended the funeral of Mrs Conn last week Quite a crowd from here at tended court this weekMissy- aRoberts of Louisville is visiting Jiendsher Mr arid Mrs A Hiatt were in Mt Vernon Monday Brodhead will soon have an Eaistern Stan Lodge Dont forget the play to be given Friday night at the Gruded schoolbuildittg MIDNIGHT NTH QZAEKS and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton of Clay City Ill coughed and i coughed He was in the mount- ainS On the advice of five doctors who said he had consumption but found no help in the climate and started home Hearing of Dr Kings NeW Discovery he began to my11ifman of trie so that I can now do good w rkagainnForaU lung diseases coughs colds la grippe asthma croup whooping cough hay fever hemorrhages Hoarseness or qutnsyits the best known reined Price 5o and loo Trial bottle ifree Guaranteed by Chas C Davis C 11dran ry FOR FLE tC It E ja a AI p Established yc3 3 e M-iFurniture Stoves Ranges CARPETSRUGSIVIATTING LINOLEUMS OIL CLOTH AND LACECURTAINS iCOFFINS AND CASKETS AND A FULL LINE OF GENERAL MERCHAN DISE TO SUIT ALL MY PRICES ARE LOW ff Mail Orders Shipped Same Received Yours for Low Pricesi it HDAVIS- I LIVWSSTOfi KY VV VV MARKTBURG Mrs Florence Sage and two sons Robert and Urban and Mr and Mrs Egbert Griffin of St Louis came to attend the burial of Mrs EdorGriffin and will re main for short time with thei- roarentsMiss Angie Hunt has just returned from a pleasant visit with relatives and friends at Rich mond and Paint LickMiss Ethel Davis was visiting Mrs Joe Mc Kenzie last Sunday and Mrs Mc Kenzfes sister Miss Joe Davis was with her Saturday and Sunday We have just received a letter from Mrs Roscoe Griffin saying bow well pleased she was with her new home in StL9Uis who before her marriagewas Miss Rilla Hiatt Heres wishing the young couple a long anti happy lifeQuite a number of the young set attended a party at Miss Mary Shivel this week and all report a nice timePatand Hunt of Lebanon Junction spent Sunday with their father Pascal Hurt The beautiful Spring weather has caused quite a number our young folks and visitors to take- down the old hook and line and spend a most enjoyable evening on the banks of the beautiful lake which lies in the heart of our dear old thwn We are all making ready for a fishing trip of several days duration Arch Brown who has been in very critical condition for more than a year is no better Mrs Maggie Hunt and family have moved back to Maretbhrg Her husband has a position as brake man will continue in the emyloy of the company fora tinfeMrs and MrsEgbert Griffin will stop over at Danville and Harrodsburg on their return to SCb tji oMrSJ Paulina Brown who ios er1Mrsbomefolks After brief illness Mrs Edgar Griffin cHed at her home in Cprbin KY2 on April i6th Hex remains were brought here for burial Her many friends and relatives were 1lyon return stopped over here seeming in the best of health She was a veslabrothers and one sister to mourn the loss of dearpne ailFmerits in its train anddhtheprimafy causejot much sickness Keep your bowels regular madams you will escape many ot the ail ments to wDic 1enar subject Constipation is avery simple thing but dy simp1e1htnK itmay lead to serious consequeBces Nature often needs little t ance and when Chamberlams Tablet are given at the first itdi catibn much distress and snffeling may be avoided Sold by jChap C Davis s L J j vI WEUSE 1 2 1887 If r J u v Day a J f a a a ai t l vr vv VV DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And dont have to grease but once a week Made STOLmL OIL CO nnnnnnnnnnnt11Htnn HHntnntntntnnn nnnn 0Stop and Think= == Do you know a single successful business man who does not do business bankCS It is the only road to success so join theV= procession to the Peoples BankV i = Banks have been the making of more business men than colleges You maybe too = old for college days but you are the right age 3= io start a bank account with us 3 Why not begin today truly yours iVery w PEOPLES BANK =PHONE E1U1U1l1Ul1UUllUU1Ul1UUUU lUU1Ul1111UlUU1Ul1UUllU c Sot J IF IT ISNT AN EASTMAN ITISNT A KODAK THE BEST RECREATION IS KODAK 2 i The Easy All JRyDay Light way of making Pictures with the bother left out We carry a full line of KODAKS W and Kodak Supplies Ask us for a Kodak Catalog ag I CMASC DAVIS ft LEADING DRUGGIST iPhone 39 MT VERNON KXiW W l Ij Jt4t e h t = n LIc f MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY April 28 IgII a Publislkd every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Ioo Advertising rates made known on aJlicaUon- MrMBRR OF 1i NTUCJY PRESS SSOCTATTON THREE weeks ago today Con Na9 gress was convenced in extraordi nary session Within that time the House has passed the Canadian campaignT thertfa resolution for the constitutional amendment for the election of p United States Senator by direct vote Yesterday Mr Underwood reported f orably from the Committee on ways and means the free list hill The tact that the Democrats lr ve been able on the three former tnei ures to keep ks their majority virtually intact and that the free list b ll will be given a fair measure of support among the Republican minority insures its passage by the House within another weekIThe record of accomplishment y made by the majority sets a new mark in the history of the House The party solid iarity of which Mr Taft as the titular head of the Republican party has talkedso much and sees so little has been provednot only possible but actual by the Democrats The newrrules which have transformed the- N chatrImandemonstratedjWith the reciprocity measures was so conducted as to give its opponents- a fair field and at the same time to eliminate unnecessary delay The L Representation given the minority on committee and the right to be heard on the floor have called from Mr Mann the minority 4s leader the acknowledgment of their justice The session is yet young the 1 opportunity to do the wrong thing at the right time is still to be fairly tested bul so far as the Demo crats in the House have gone the experiment of a Democratic ma jority in one branch ofCongress has i producedresults calculated to cafixuse the general belief that the experiment of intrusting the Demo k crats with both branches of Con gress and the presidency will not i= ot be so dangero as after all it remains to be seen ITrue Democrats in the Senate will do but the Democrats in the Senate are the minority not the majority The real test of the patty has come in the House dud as yet it has been met with credit in every detail Louisville Times SCRAPS 1Tbe Assowan Dam in Egypt is raised little by little and no for six years yet wjll it reach its final height This dam is ex peeled to increase the value bl Egypts cotton crop by between 15000000 and 20000000 air nually Duke Henry of Brunswick it 1541 provided himself with a list ol coming dishes at abanquetovw- hich he residedPto theinlent he explained that lsomtldelcai which especially appealed to his appetite were marked for a later stage in the repast he might care fully reserve his appr itII From that moment the nenu card came an institution in France and EnglandPalm trees have the largest leaves that grow The characteristic palm of the Amason country has leaves from thirty to fifty feet long and from ten to twelve feet broad In parts tit Switzerland l cheeses form family heirlooms and are handed down from one generation to another They are made especially for family feasts tagged with labels and put away for yeas at a time There is such a cheese i heirloom now at Lest QrtriQhts uj the Vaud canton whichrbearsa tag of 1785 Already it is as hardksT rock and has to be cut with a saw but its quality is reported to be excellent Like fruit cake cneeses improve with age Colorado is losing her graceful animal the antelope Her1 State Game Warden estimates that in the ten years from i898 tai I98 the decrease was from 25000 to 2000 At this rate speedy ex tinction is at hand The latest statistics of newspaper published in Kentucky shows a total of 332 in 155 different towns divided as follows Datty 29 tri weekly 2 semi weekly 25 weekly 234 simimonthly lo monthly 25 quarterly 5 miscellaneous Lousville has 53 differentpublj cations Lexington 12 and Bowling Green 8 Lexington Leader Last Sunday afternoon a fine specimen of thehaldfaglvisted the lake at the water planfeand after circling around for some tine be made a swoop Jdcat1tlfrup with a bass in ills talons Dr J W Barlow was near the Jalf e and was interested spectator ot the incident After the eagle had made his catch he circled about for some time and the doctor noticed that the eagle was having some trouble with his prevcr Fihallyt the fish wiggled fiom the tallon of the eagle and fell a short distance from the spot where the doctor r ii 2 2 Yias standing It was a fine rlspecimen lrhackb S5 and as it was so injured that it could put live the doctor took it home where he placed it on the scales which registered a pound and even ounces Greenville Record The friends of Hon IVBc thurum are telling a good joke on himsaid to hgve occurred during his race for Congress in this the Eighth district a couple of years ago The fact thatthe story only leaked out last week ssaid to11 strengthen it staunch1frien1l1nds1pport said During the recent race pfj fudge I3ethnrumof Mt Vernon who codtested with Hon Harvey Helm for Representative from this district Bethurum among other publicity matter had distributed ha1fartone likeness of himself together with the announcement of his candidacy These were sprea broadcast many going into the homes where they were framed and otherwise honored as the Judge is not only popular with the voters hat also with the ladies The fudge never credited any of these stories until he received a bill from a prominent picture making and framing establishment fpr 22 50 for enlarging and framirg picture by order of Missandh- e paid the price of being popular by paying the bill for enlarging his picture and framing While we are writing of the popular Judge of Mt Vernpn we might add that the Republicans of his District and entire EJste Zenitckr are turning over things ill that section ofthe State in their efforts to have Judge Bethurum to artnbunce his candidacy for State Auditor the people of his party seem- determined to run him any greatJsurpiiseas a candidate for that position Certainly it is that the Republicans could not put upa better man npr one who would be iound to meet 0with more universal approvalof there party Judge Bethurum has a number of warm Iriends here who woujd be glad tosee him in the I rarely =DanvilleAdvocate IHs no joke but straight facts that the Judge received the bill for the picture and that he paid it Lame shoulder is nearly always due to rheumatism of the muscles and quickly yields to the free application of Chamberlains Lini ment Forsale hyChas C Davis tl1 English syndicate is said to havi secured an option on the properties of the United Stales Lumber Company the purchase price of which is reported to be 26000000 The suit filed at SttLouis to re strain the United States Telephone Company and other defendants from selling their stock to the Bell Telephone Company was dis missed y rr I SElL ROYAL BRiE Shoe Value lsBt tie tloEJ You Py itsiitlaepleasuiet You get in wearing the shoes They must fit right as zve11as loolc rightT Thats the reason that SELZ shoes made on foot form nieasurenAentsahd fiiw tedto your feet by expert salesmen make it easy to buy shoes here and make it an everyday joyto wear the slices af i tf r yoiiye bought them T YOU WANT SMART STYLES IN SHOES Jv and theres no reason you shouldnt get that asiwellas qnality and fit Its 4a marked feature of our SELZ line the smut snappy styles that young men like and that older men dont object to v rt vi IF SELZ SHOES here for men j women and children f We Guarantee SBUZ SHOSS CHASB McKENZIE SUCCESSOR TO AfcKENZIE fe McBEE i i j 1 2 j3POLITICS AN I POl idA S Here s a slinger Listen in what this republican editor has to say of the candidacy of Judge O Rear Jli2 M ysville Dairy Ledger says No ma n has ever used stronger language to tear down the fabric of law and order in Kentucky than this eminent Jurist The public Ledgor hasnt the honor of ORears acquaintance and never even saw him yet we ve read with indignation and just borrow of his violent and incendiary words during th blighting nightrider tobacco war days Think of such a man in the Governors Chair rrlOrtthan such as he If ORear is named by the Repiibllcads Mjc Creary will sweep the state by 25000 votes BAD CASE r OF GRIP onIMr W H- Housley StonyPbiht T ennesse- writes yearsI very severe cold which resultedinjl ISO s tabbed severalweeks when I did get up I ha- dtonsiaitis throat ands uiMr W H Housley I tried to cure this for eighteen months but it gradually got worse A doctoradvised me to have my tonsils cut out but I did not like the idea t9ldmtle of Peruna and after I had taken one bottle my throat was better 1 bought and used a dozen bottles and saw I was going to get well arid I did ELECTRIC LINE FOR LAN- CASTER The people of Lancaster want an electricrailwav from tlm plac to Lexi gtpn Lancaster is only thirty three miles from Lexington btitil require ja journey of ninety mil sto go from one place tJ the other by the steam railroads There is an electric line already built tc NicholasvHle andan ex tension of lWel1t two miles would i airXIttt j Lancaster IvPtRS Extension is built aJtiip fronriE iii aster to Lexington and- xisaifwsa will not look so much ail7S journey The line wbwldlI traverse a thickly settled- coutittY fand would adclgreatyto to the traveling facilities of a number of small towns between Niciiolaspille and Lancaster Such a linesalso would put the people of Lancaster Idcloser touch with Louisville Their situation with respect to this city is much the Santeras it is With regard to Lexi ingtou There is no direct way to Louisville mda trip to this city is lor involvinggseveral changes of railroads and the necessary loss of time involved in a roundabout journey Lancaster citizens are said to be willing to contribute liberally to the construction of such a road That being true it would seem they should have up great difficulty in securing the extensipa of the KentuckyIcounties present an inviting field- for interurban investment The country is well populated and illS a productive region which un doubteHly would supply a large freight business This Js an era of interurban railway building and if the people of Lancaster are sufficiently earnest in their desire fora road Jt is highly probable Lufeyvwill notpelong without it Courier Journal The town of Lancaster already has the hest accomodatiohs all things considered of any town in the State and It is all due to the fact that when they want a thing ithey go after it If some of the oth now find the push of Lan iotfbe cause for so nU hcoJ11plantI about poor acQpmodatipns in travel and other thingsas well j Our baby cries for Chamber lnins 9Ugh Remedy Writ sMrsj Ti B Kendrick Rasaca GaItis the bestcough remedy on the maVlrer for coughs colds and cJouPiFor sale byv Chas C Davi- wy 2 i ft t J2 = = = 34 aescSga g Ii LADIES iW lJ 8 1youpieces of New Furniture brighten up the old walls with New Paper and the floors with New Rugs if Jl INViTE YO U M to call and look through my stock from beginning to a end andse the great bargains I have for you The assortment is the largest and most complete and the prices the lowest that I have ever made A Large Shipment of JUgS Gar ptsandMs6Sin Just Arrived SBMcKENZJEiTHE NURFITURE MAN Phone US MT VERNON KY I YI Vr vv V ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce G M BAIXARDasa candidate for Representative of Rockcastle and Laurel coun RcpuhIlican party We are authorized to announce R G WEBB as a candidate for Representative of Rockcastle and Laurel counties sub ject to the action of the Republican par ty We are authorized to announce E B Thompson as a candidate for Representative of Rockeastle and JLaurel cpunties subject to the action aEthe Republican party Two anarchists have been ar rested in Italy on suspicion of having designs on the life of the King OiyFOR OABTO R fAI- n case ot ineunmtism relief fidra pain makes sleep andrest possible This may be obtained by applying Chamberlains Lini ment For sale by Chas C Davis This Particular Brand For Particular Dressers While it is true that fine fineinenwill always command atten tion When you buy Shieldf1 Clothing you are certain to get a cor rent fit and plenty quality m every garment Prices are within reachof all LOWESTi Give us atrial and be convinced IJ H B R NA MA IN f WI L = ISJKC Tkia Markof CMty U M every coat cbBar i SxiEtU I L S o 3 3q X- f GRANVILLE OWENS 1 UNDERTAKER I I B rod bead Ky I and Robes All Mail or Tele Filled oc r NSW ABOUT YOUR DOES IT i yoii1 are having IF any clock just turn it over tons it will ost you nothing a trial Ve do all kinds of WATCHYake AT DR S CbUdren FLETCHERSCASp Mount Vernon WORKS MIGranite Monuments of all kinds Estimates furnished on application QEO OWENS Piopr Phoue 112 POSTBD Anyone guilty of trespasinon my rty vill be proseituied to the full extantof the laws t takiRs ik AJONES 24it v ci Mt Vernon Ky i i COMPLETE LIm Coffins Caskets Telegraph phone orders Promptly c y MT OnePill then Take itEasy TaKe What Pill Why a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill of course Good for all kinds of NeuralgiaHeadache matism Sciatica Kidney Pains Lumbago Locomotor Atajcia Backache ical Pains oftbodyI for Ikeephouse all the time and would not think of taking a journey without them no n2lcmnotprsethem Miss Lou M CHURCHILL 63 High St Pcnacook N H At all druggists 25 cto as 25e MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart lnd i k T d lrti vERNON SIGN L Mr VERNON Ky AprIL 28 191I II ii-Call tip No you a atto SIGNALz9cate witH W i i touisviLtc 5 RR Co TIME TABLE 22 north 455 P m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1144 a ir 21 South 1219 am TAS LANDRUM Agent Phona No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as second mail matter PERSONAL John M Fish is in Louisville Mrs R B Shepherd is reported very sick W C Kirby was in Gum Sul phur Sunday- L R Hughes was here from Stanford Wednesday J T Adams was in Lexington Saturday and Sunday O F Walhn is here from Oak dale Tennessee this week F Krueger Jr was in Lhing ston between trains yesterday Cashier W L Richards was in Louisville yesterday on business Willis McKenzie and Mendell Mullins left yesterday for Missouri E B Thompson is home rein Transylvania University attending courtJudge John Menefee was down from Stanford Tuesday between trainsJ Bowline is at home from the Louisville law school for a few davs W H Krueger is at home from Louisville Law School for the SummerJ Mullins Deputv U S Marshall was here from London during the week Miss Ella Francis is here from Louisville with her parents Dr and r Mrs W T Francis Miss Fanny Butner and Payne Smith were in Lexington and Versailles last week Mr and Mrs Howard Baker of Kansas have been with relatives f here for a few days Misses Bessie Iliatt and Debra Bovd of the Hiatt section were with Miss Fanny Iliatt this week rP Snivel a prominent farmer of the Maretburg section has been visiting his son in Green county Mr and Mrs Robert Pike of Livingston were with Mr and Mrs Neil Parrett first of the week i Misses Ethel and Joe Davis were with Mrs J B McKenzie of Maretburg Saturday and Sunday Cashier and Mrs A M Hiatt were up from BrodLead Tuesday to see Miss Fanny Hiatt who con tinues very sick Mr and Mrs Arthur CofFey of the Bucked section arethe proud parents of a fine boy which arrived at this home Wednesday Mrs John Robins and little daughter Mildred of Brodhead FAcre L Durham first of the week Mr and Mrs J M Cress of Lincoln were here this week to see their neice Miss Fannie Hiatt twho is very low with consumption Miss Fannie Hiatt daughter of Mrand Mrs A g Hiatt is very low with consumption and the end is expected at most anytime Mrs Sarah Maret and little granddaughter Miss Annie T French or the Wildie section are with Mr and Mrs Henry Catron near Crab Orchard Mrs Mry Williams who has been in Cincinnati has sufficiently recovered that she will return home tomorrow or next day She recently underwent an operation of having a bone over the right eye which was highly infected removed which was found to be the sourceof her trouble and since the removable of that bone she has been entirely relieved of the intense suffering and is gaining strength rapidly LOCAL FOR SALE Two houses and stock of General Merchandiser desirable property Located atLiv T PENNINGTON A iitiugstbnkyrf t I There will be services at the Oaristian Church Sunday IGet your ticket today for that sewing machine that Fish is giving away Every dolUr purchased or paid nextfFREE sewing machine FERTILIZRU Go to T M Des Livingston when you want fertilizer It is the best none better and few grades the equal Apr282t Round trip ticket to I exlngton 355 April 29th to May iitli Inclusive limited to May 13 Account of Spring Race Meeting Kentucky Association CARD OE THANKS I wish to thank my friends for their kindness shown me through the sickness and death of my tear wile Laura EDGAR GRIFFIN A H Hiimlin informs us that he already has his machinery bought and will commence at once to rebuild the Mt Vernon Roller Mills which he expects to hnve in operation by August est He ex pects to install the very latest best and most up todate machinery For rough dressed and all kind of finishing lumber mouldings sash doors porch columns and other building material wall paper and picture frames ot all sizes and kinds j seeRS SNIVEL Builder Contractor Apr29im Brodhead Kv The present term of the Rock castle Circuit court is supposed to be a two weeks term but on arrangLingis a conflict with the Pujaski court which is scheduled to begin the First Monday in May and there fore there will be only one week A special term will be called if it is deemed necessary The Republicans of Rockqastlq County are requested to meet in the Court House at Mt Vernon Kentucky April 29 1911 at the hour of one o clock p m for the purpose of selecting Delegates to attend the Railroad Commissioners District Convention of the Third Railroad Commissioners District of Kentucky to be held at Paris Kentucky May 3 1911 It is hoped that the Republicans will turn out and make us have an enthusiastic Republican meeting gt the Mass Convention April 29 U G BAICKR Chairman Republican Com MAD DciQB There have been at least a dozen mad dogs killed within a radius of three miles of Mt Vernon since the first of March There have been two killedunder W M Bullocks store room at Sand Springs and County Clerk S F Bowman killed one within the corporate limits oft the town last Monday morning There have been at least fifty dogs killed some of which wore kno n to have been bitten Just at this time dogs are treading on danger ous grounds when foundrunning at large and the sooner some oft em are killed the better oft the country will be BIG DEALA H Hamlin hn1 traded his splendid farm a portion of which lies within the corporate limits of the town of Mt Vernon to J W Baker foi his property at Livingston which includes the dwelling store house lot and stock of goods Mr Hamlins farm was valued at 000000 and Mr Ba kers property at 750000 Mr paying the balance 3500 in casb Mr Baker will move to Mt Ver non and for a short time occupy HamlinItose cure other property which will be in Mt Vernon Mr Hamlins son Marion willgo to Livingston and run the business BAKER iMutLiNs Mr Edgar Mullins and Miss Mattie Baker were married Wednesday at the home of the brides parents Rev Geo S Watson was the officiating clergyman It was a very quiet home wedding only the immediate family and a very fow close friends being present The groom Is a son of Mr and Mrs H J Mullins and is a sue essful salesman for T Zinsmister Sons wholesale grocers The bride is the daughter and only child of Mr G S Hiait ladyathe early train for Ltuisville to spend their honeymoon when they will return to Mt Vernon to make i their future homer t r i IFOR SArECheap one saw rig repair W M BULLOCK Apr 14 tt Han ford Ky If every one could only see themselves as others see them there would not be such a demand for Hobble skirts Plentof the old reliable Horse- Shoe Fertilizer on hands 5 pe cent discount for cash Call oi SowDanIW M Bullock sold the cottage which he recently built on Adams St to J T Meadows and in turn bought Mr Meadows property on West Main St now occupied by W H Forbes Mr Bullockwill move his family to Mt Vernon next week COFFEYDAILEY Miss Lou Coffey and Mr Gilbert Dailey were married last week at the home of the bride near Wildie Mrs Dailey is the only daughter ot Mr and Mrs Willis Coffey Mr Dailey is a prominent young farmer of Conway The SIGNAL extend hearty congratulations The plant of the Lancaster Electric Light Company was Thursday night totally destroyed by fire originating an unknown manner resulting in a loss of 10 000 with no insurance on the building Alexander Walter proprietor of the plant intends to re buildat once but the city will be in darkness tor several weeks The Womans Club will meet with Miss Kefauver at the Dormitory on Friday April 28that 730 oclock Program as follows 730 Business and Parliamentary Drill 800 Current events Leader Mrs Albright 830 hound Table American Literature The Transoen den i1ists Leader Miss Kefauver QOO Philanthropic and Humani tarian Work in our large cities Miss McCord At this meeting delegates to the Federation meeting in Louisville will be appointed A full attendance is desired CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court convened Monday with Judge B J Bethurum on the bench and Commonwealths Attorney M L Jarvis at his post of duty Judge Bethurum de livered as usual a strong and im pressive charge to the Grand Jury The following gentlemen were selected as Jurors- U 3 Berry Granville Leece Milt Beaton Hays Clark John Jones Geo Ketron D K Argen hright f C Miracle W M Arnold Jr J C P Myers W F Debord Levi Pennington PETIT JURY- J H Ramsey J W Van Winkle 311 Smith T K Francisco Jno Crawford Geo Reams Jake Pike Allen Mounce Richard Brannaman Grant Thompson Caroll Martin NVD Rice Jonas McKenzie T J Hayes W M Ramsey Jno Clontz W M Hix Bob Harmon Dan Cameron Allen Hiatt Sam Chandler Jim Pennington Jrio Davis tom Mink Ir The following cases have been triedDave Noe shooting on the public highway 50 Bud Suttles Uriah Suttles and Phil Northern each fined 20 for gaming Will Doan breach of the peace i cent and cost Ed Owens for breach of the peace 20 Mat Ford charged with breach of the p 3acquitted Ed Owens for selling liquor find 60 each in two cashes Otto Mink disturbing religious worship 50 Ben Dyer and Ben Taylor charged with grand larceny acquitted D M Singleton charged with selling intoxicating drinks acquitted He sold what is known as the Baldwin brand of apple cider nude by the Wallace Vinegar Co of Paducah and sold by J H Collis All Robinson breach of the peace 20 The case against Owen Turpen charged with the killing of Bogie Phillips continued until the next term ot court on account of the illness of Mr Turpeu- T Mand Ben Dees for trespass find 5o H J Mullins anl son Cris indicted for injuring side walk of MG Fish by hauling over it acquitted Charley Roberts for cutting Oscar Spqoha moore fined 50 Tb dnryhas the case against Joe Cash s t1bf Logan Cash charged with forgery and are ex peoted tb make a report before 1o0D f toF l p Please let tis Vavclhat overdueI subscription We need it we need it badly Mrs 0 K Carmical was ads judged insane Tuesday and sent to Lexington asylum Vednesday The had only been suite a few days There will jeno preaching services in the Presbyterian church ere next Sunday The Pastor vill preach morning and evening at Crab Oichard Our enterprsing citizen P H Sbutts had an Arbor lay all b himself and we doubt lever citizen in the county alli together put out as many treesas he did At one setting he put out 2ioa yellow locusts and 7 maples The man who goes after business is the man who gets it The man who waits for business to come h the man who never has any busi ness and spends his time kicking about what others doV Go after business in a business way thea advertising w t sINOTICE To every Secretary- of Christian Sunday schools in the county Please make a report of your school and mall it to me at once and state tow many delegates you expect to send to the District convention at London May 30th WILL H FISH Co Sect Mt Vernon Ky GOVERNMENT LICENSE wSufficient for Conviction in Dry Territory The Court of Appeals affirmed the Logan Circuit Court in the case ot B S King against the Common wealth Appellant was convicted of having liquor to Sill in local option territory and Jus punish ment fixed at 100 and fifty days in jail at bard IgbQr The highest court says that to sustain a prosecution of this kind is it not essential to sustain econ viction by direct evidence of the possession and purpose to sell the liquor but that a conviction maybe upon circumstantial evidence Further the court says that possession of a government license to sell liquor is competent evidence for the Commonwealth and prima facie evidence or guilt and a copy of the license certified to by the Collector of Internal Revenue is competent evidence Makes Horns Biklnj Easy R014JwI AKIN POWDERAbsolutely Th bald 1Mr a adi from RoyalS Oraar of T- IIiULUM1I1 UME PNISPlIATE SThr l T irrl FREEsw2 E A iW C t I i t H N 1 G N Y E I 1 r O 0 tj o c t1 en rt 1 2 0tj tic trJ Ol Ien I GIVEN AWAY r Saturday May 6 AT 230 P MII J FISH MTVERNONS Will Give Away 1 F K E E A ONE OF THE WONDERFUL l FREE SEWTNG MACHINES For every dollar purchase or paid on account iat store before SATURDAY MAY 6THf will give a ticket on this Machine Mr C M EADER a Factory Expert will be here on Saturday May 6th and will give interesting on the FREE Sewing Machine Every lady the countyshould be present that day Very Special Low Prices will be on everything in BIG STOBJSso alto enable us to putout quite Mot of tickets DONT FORGET THE DATE THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES PHONE 27 go j d CASTORIAFor Infants and Children I4iThe Kind Yoi Han AIwajsBoujlit =f i PROGRAM The Executive Board of the Rockcastle Association vrill meet with Mt Vernon Baptist Church Saturday and Sunday April 29th and 30th when the following program will be carried put The meeting will be called to order promptly at 180 Pm Saturday by the Chairman i if 1 Devotional Exercises by RevsCK Carmlca1and F d Jones 2 Roll Gall of Jburches 8 Discussion or ReprtThiconditiop of le work in the Church of which I am Pastor or a memberBy Pastor and Laymen 4 What Does God Expect offt Christian By Revs A J Pike aqd James Cummins 5 Does the WorJd Expect of a Christmp r j rBy Revs R N Gc xti ndJamesBatnes 6 General remarks for good of the Clause fi Adjourned till 730 p m 730 lecture Subject The Twentieth Genturj Church Rev T C of Winchester SUNDAY AFTERNOON Sund ay Afternoon will be give to Su nda 0hpol work with 130 the L follouingprogramAim J C Mcbiary Supt Stanford S S 200 Soul Winning in the S SV byRev TG Duke Shouldwe Teach what BelieveBaptist L r v Revs A T Pike and Vy N90Qcb GeneraliTalks i tEvery bodyjnyited to attend r i r All tlibertp talk on any subject j t I L TChitarulaurJT PAIWiEI g Church GlafJ 1tiq iY4 tJ gO a r 1rrrr60 RoundTrip j 2 FREE II S M E A flv C 1 HIiI G NE LEADING CLOTHIER Absolutely our we talks in named our these th What Duke r I 0o x 7J 0x tI1 en tI QZ A 0 rtrJ 31- t CINCINNATI Sunday SPECIAL EXCURSIONI is1oarrr Round Trip v SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves Junction City 556 amASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS NOW IS THE TIME TO GET PENNY PICTURES 25 Pictures for 25 cts IN FIVE POSITrONS This 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 or all We also make all grades of firstc ass photographs at onehalf e prices charged in the larger cities 1 Come and see and be convinced bring your friends and dont forget the baby Our Last Week in Mt Vernon Will be here tiUMay 1st located over Sutton MeBeetsStore Clowdy days as good as bright Come parly acid avoid the la tevruahti NprSem=HAATv t r t t f 4 C rdS L aIIICouldnt Walk I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to women writes Mrs Anna Jones of Kenny IJuFor nearly a year I could not walk without holding mysides- I tried several different doctors but I grew worse Finally our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so thin JiSxeigtt was 115 Now I weigh 163 and I am never kI ride horseback as good as ever 1 am in fine health at 52 years I ICARDEUI The- WomartsTomc We have thousands of such letters and more are arriving daily Such earnest testimony from those who have tried it surely proves the great value of this vegeta ble tonic medicine for women Cardui relieves womens sufferings and builds weak women up to health and strength If you are a woman give it a trial It should help you for it has helped a million others It is made from pure harmless herb ingredi ents which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs It is a good tonic Try it Your druggist sells it Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chatlanooca J edicine o Chattanooca Tenn for Special Instructions and page book Home Treatment for Women sent free j58 Iiii ini il1 t11t1ttt1tt1ttttttYJlttttttttttt1t1ttttJltttlttt1ttt fA1TERNON O 3KET DO PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORSAND EMBAL3IERS I Mt COUCH METALIC CASKETS E Coffins and Robes gLicene Embalmcr will have charge of thatline pf- g work for the company = Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points E GEORGE OWENS Manager = Offie Mt Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 11111 11111l11111111 11111111111111111111J111111111111111111111111111111t n1tn nHn nttn ttnn nnn nHn i I A Home Institution I EThis bank is a home institution Our loans are made right hereat g home to our good farmers anti business men It is a home institution for our home people We will pay you good interest on your idle till funds Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your personal i check It is very simple convenient and safe Call and we gladly ex Sr plain the many alvahtages of a checking account You will always Ehave a receipt which cannot be disputed The endorsed check which will be returned to you is incontestible proof Ofthe payment of the bill iW Yonr money is safe deposited in this bank to your ere Jit If you car i ry it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or stolen Come in and let us talk these matters over with you 1 THE BANK OF MT VEftNpfr icINcQRP0nArED= MT VERNON KENTUCKY r U1Ul UUU U1Hl lh UUU U1U1 = mnm i lw UNDERTAKER J t I 111All orders W I m Phone 94S MT VERNO KY m = = c I R1 W DYCHE DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main St z Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed p C7C Williams k ATTORNEYATLAWir U iNgOFFICE On ard floor 0 I The Bank oiM t Vernon on Church i street Special attention given to collections phoneNooI J The attorneys for Dr B Clark Hyde convicted ot the murder of Col Thomas H Swope at Kansas City and whose sentence was reversed last night applied for a writOf habeas corpus NEVER OUT OF WORK t The busiest little things ever made are Dr Kings New Life Pills Everv pill is a sugar crated globule ci health that changes weak ne i into strtngli languor into ner YJhrain fiig into mental pow er Denting Constipaticn HheCb- lIl5 Dyspepsia Malaria Ony A i 25cat Cha3C Davis 9 0 s Vernon Ky Our line of couch Cakets J is unexcelled Handmade Coifinsfurnished IItheI- bVreFilled W T FRANCIS Dentist Mt Vernon Ky Home and office in the late residence Dr Myers formerly occupied on Old Main St Nt Vernon Ely rfepaest the unfinished work contracted by Dr Myers will be completed by Dr Francis without extra charge He is pfe dentalliEeplown All work guaranteed TuesIr 3 C McCLARY UlBERTMl rtEMHftMEB ti nforrl K Forty arrests were made in a synagogue in Russia on the ground that the prisoners did not possess passports t4CA Toaaxjfc 1eane IJiIt gssiie n jHt Ai ri IN THE inflklCT COURT HLNITEDSTATES- FI InFOR THE E DISTRICT Ki1UCKy JIn the mattfcr r of Bankiupt A P Gabbara Stanford Ky April 22 1911 A iiitetiiig of the creditors of he above named who has been adjudged Bankrupt wilt be held at the office of J C Chenault Richmond Ky on the 2 day of May 191 at 230 P M to elect a Trustee for the estate of said Baukrupt apd for the transaction of other vvbusiness as may come before the meeting Comply with Sec 57 ot Jtbe Bankrupt Act con cerning proof bt claims oiherwise your claim can not be allowed J N SAUNDERS Referee in Bankruptcy BEW ARE OlF OINTMENT FOR CATARRH THAT CON tAI4f MERCURY as mercury will surely destroy the = sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be usacl except on prescriptions from reputable physicians = as the damage they win do in ten = fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh = Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system = In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Chenev Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggists Price 7sc per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation John J McNamara secretary treasure of the International As sociation of Bridge and Structur al Iron Workers was arrested in Indianapolis and chaiged with murder in connection with theLos Angeles Times explosion of Oct 3 obertI 1910 Others alleged to be implicated had previously been arrested in Detroit Detective Burns who made the last arrest says the capture is the beginning of the most sensational criminal prosecution the country has L known After a conference with a peace commission beaded by his father = Francisro I Madera Jr head of the Mexican insurrecto fore L Saturday agreed to an armistic as a preliminary to peace negotiations GO7ernmentfdays with the proviso that no military movements in a certain = zone are to be allowed either side restingrrIIsensalional developments are at next session on Tuesday of the Legislative Investi I gating Committee at Sprinyfied Illas a result of the efForts of- Detective William J Burns who has been em ployed by the probes U Evidence implicating the men higher l1pis said to have been obtained SAt Gainesville Ga the Rev D was cut to pieces with heATJ son ALLEN QUARTERMANE My horse Allen Quartermane will be at T N Ndes stable one mile west of Mt Vernon every Wednesday andSaturday and the rest of the lime will be at my stable near Bfodbead He will make the season of 1911 at 800 to insure a living dolt MODE CRAWFORD apr28tf Krodhead Ky h JBOYD ASure enoughsaddle stalliop will make the season of 19 11at lIlY barn one halt mile northof Wildie- Kv atJpoto insure a liviojj colt J Boyd is a dark brown r 16 hands high 5 years oldsired by LYPQBoydbyCabbeUs Lexington F S he byBloodsmont Black Hawk he by Sher mallhe bf JustiC Morgan sTODani Anna Roona a most excellent saddle mare sired by a son of Limber Jim J Boyd without a doubt tis the best saddle stallion in Rockcastle Cou- nyJOHNPARKES MyVsplend a young Jack i5 hands high will be three years old 11th day of July will be allowed to serve a limited number of mares atio to hasure i living colt W H fillWILIE 2Kf I t T TOM COVINGTONJ- RD iv black point H hdnds high tallied ApulhJh8 sued by Allen Quartermane he hy Tom Covingston ist dam Maud 21d dam Gray Eigle Tom Covingion Jr possesses allof the five gaits with speed grace and action He is a true type of the saddler in kirIChampion year old stallion will make the seaon of 191 I at my arm U miles north of Pine Hill Ky lor 6 to insure a living colt Sea son money due when mare is trad ed or parted with Care taKen to prevent accidents hut not responsi hie should any occur JOHN W HILTON April 6 1911 PINE HILL KY STOEWALL JACKSON Stonewall Jackson was sired by Leoi Stonewall he by St3newall Jackson Jr be by Stonewall Jackson 72 he by Washington Den mark lo he by Washington Impor ter Stonewall Jackson s 1st dam sired by John G Carlisle and a bright chesnut sorrel x65 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 216 j Essie 228 jOleaf 222 McLeod 2 i1 Syenic 22Qj Membsion Archie 224 R T C223 Wick 226 Wild Rake 3 years old 222g John Dil lard was sired by Indian Chief he bv imported Chief John G Car lisles dam Blue Teans 2nd dam a race mare Stonewalls 2nd dam by General Grant 3rd dam by Stonewall Jackson 72 Thisfive gaited harness and sad dte stallion will make the season ol 1911 at my barn at Brodhead Ky at 8 to insure a living colt Season money is due when mare is sold or parted with or bred toother stock A lien is retained on all colts till season is paid See this horse before you book your maresSJACK I will also at the same place standthe Mode Crawford Jack Bill Walker at5 to insui e a liv ingcolt Phone in Residence No 24 DICK ALDRISHT BRODHEAD K- Y1tvEk DARE Five years old 16 hands high a Mahogony hay sired by the great Ejfgnitv Ddre 1982 he by Ches ter ParfcNo 10 he by Black Squir rel No 58 he by Black Eagle No 54 he by King William No 67 he by Washington Denmark No 64 he by Gains Denmark No 61 Silver Dares first dam is by Silver Kingl he by Ontime No 745 heby Stonewall Jaokson No 72 he by Washington Denmark No 64 This Beautiful young stallion is a combined horse is a fine harness horses 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 mot all saddle His colts won a number of first prizes at Brodhead Fair last season This horse will mae the season of 9II at my stable Umile of Hiatt Posloffice at 10 to insure a lviug colt Season money btcomes due when colt comes or mare sold or parted with Pasture for mares it reasonable price and will give them my personal attention but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes See this horse before hreedirigyoumares JACK I will at the same time and place stand a good jack five year old black with white points i4j hand high and a good breeder 6 oo for horse colt 800 for mare colt i RvL SMITH HIATT KY Phone it Residence rnr31tf SAVEDHIS MOTHERS LIFE As upIAvoca La and my children and all nyfiindswete looking for me to die when my son insisted that I use Electric Bitters I did so and they have done mea world ot good I will always praise them Electric Bitters is a priceles blessing to women troubled with fainting nft dizzy spells backache headache weakness debility con stipation pf kidney disorders Use them and gain new health strength igor Theyre guaranteed to siatiijfybrtmbney refunded Only 500 aj Ghjjs C Davis Mrs ThreSaScheik who sl apdki led her buabaud in Cbufg tI was divharged The grand JluV iuriid no lull Hie said she mistook lr husband lor a hurglar r At a meeting of prominent Inc1ianaDetl1jmti in Indianapolis ii presidential boom WLS launched for United States Senator John- V Kein A Kern club was organized Practically all officials of the Interior Dep n tment whose names fiured pr fluently duriug the BaIingeri not investigation have ncwl tthc Government service IThe United Slates Supreme concluded the handing down of opinions for the week without announcing its findings in the Standard Oil and Tobacco suitsMore than a million men will participate in a gig in tic war game to be conducted by the German Government this summer By order of the Federal Court at Chicago the creditors of the late John Alexander Dowie were pdid a final dividend ot 28 per cent Four corporations operating in or about Lexington were con solidated under the name of the Kentucky Tractlou Terminal CompanyThe passed a bill to pay the mileage of Representatives aid Senators the total appropriation amounting to 201000 At Oklahome City five negroes were sentenced to be hanged from the same scaffold June 21 for the murder of W H Archie The United States takes prac tically all of Japans output in matting but England practically all of that countrys exported car pet In 1909 Japan exported a total of 623002 square yards of carpet of which Great Britain bought 447526 yardsS Scotts Emulsion is a wonderful foodmedi cine for all ages of man kind It will make the delicatesickly babystrong andwellwill give the Jpalerosy cheeks and richred blood It will put flesh on the bones of the tired overworked thin man and will keep the aged manor woman in condition to resist colds or pneumonia in the winter FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Send name of paper and this ad for oni beautiful Barings Bank and Child SketchBook Each bank contains a Good Luck Penny fiCOTT a BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York Court and Lodgo Directory COURTS Circuit Court 1st Monday in January weeks 4th Monday In April two weeks 3rd Monday in August three weeks Quarterly Court 1st Monday in each month County Court 4th Monday in each month Mt Vernon Police rotirt 3rd Monday in each month LODGES Ashland Lodge No C4pF A M meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday in each month at 730 pU iArt Vernon Royal Arch Chapter meets at 2 pm on the 1st Mondayin each month Lundrurn Council Xo 69 meets 3rd Monday in each month at 730 p uu Franklin Chapter Order Eastern Star meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays at73 p m Mt Vernon Lodge No 319 I 0 O F meets every Saturday evening at 7 ocl cfc 1 r55 Mn f r ii r IitCATt=kI14LCOIIOL 3 PER CENT AYegeablePrcpanijionforl tmg tIle Stomaths andBowels of 4wiiijtjI- Promotes mgestioncherri less andRestContalnsneitht- rOpiumHorphinegji norNiaenL- NOT NARCOTIC 4iJReteeIO1dfirJAftfJJff1PJ2L li 1Jffff Mdd- IeLO AibeVeal- + Jr1 ntiJdt IiiaSetdziIIthIfPen11arrJte ApcrfectRemedyMC0flSflPiII WormsCo1wlsousfc nessarulLoSSOFSLEEP 001 FacSimile Signature or rNV YORK i Exact Copy of Wrapper R 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 ISU hands high five years old and a great saddle and harness horse with great style speed and action This champion five gaited saddle stallion will make the season of 1911 at my barn one mile Ntrth of Level Green at 10 to insure a living colt Season monev due when mare is parted with or bred to other stock CBLAWRENCE LEVEL GREEN KY OASTQttxDearstholtd Bough Signature of The valley in which the City of Mexico is situated measures some fifty miles in length and torty in breadth It is supposed that tl e basin was formerly a lake traces ofwhich still remain in the shape of glassy pools The valley is singularly beautiful KICKED BY A MAD HORSE Samuel Birch otBeeiown Wis had a most narrow escape from losing his leg as no doctor could heal the frightful sore that developed but at last Bucklens Arnica Saive cured it completely Its the greatest healer of ulcers burns cornslcoldsoresearth Try it 25c at Chas C Davis MONEY cNNQT THAN BETTER PAINT BANNAS GREEN SEAL- SPaint possessing qualify but shpHld e rerIlacking it Pigments scientifically combined Oil The Made Wear Paint that outwears all others in leaving aperfect repainting J NOE Mt Vernon Ky- 1 JL1S CASTO RIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TIc Following the discovery a in his accounts said total 38000 W S Parker Jr cashier of the Southern National Bank Louisville has re his position and turned over his fine dairy farm His speculations extending over period of some eleven years are said have started when he took money aid a brother under arrest charged with torgery Secretary the Navy announced Saturday that Capt Austin M Knight U S N has for the second time ful7 and honorably acquitted of res ponsibility for damage to the during recent tests of high explosives on that vessel at Hampton Rads When a medicine must be to young it should be pleasant to Chamberlains Conga Remedy is made from loaf sugar and the room used in its preparation gives it a flavor similar maple syrup making it pleasant It has superior for colds croup and whooping For sale by Chas C Davis discovery worth while has just been made by He lined his telephone boothwith tin for the of deadning sound found that the device was To make them soundproofGerman architects now line either with tin or aluminumTwentythree men wire en by an explosion in mine Elk Garden W Va Remedies ate Needed Were we perfect which we are not medicines would not often be needed But since our systems have be come weakened impaired and broken down through indiscretions which have gone on from the early ages through countless generations remedies are needed to aid Nature in correcting our inherited and otherwise acquired To reach the seat of stomach weakness and consequent digestive troubles there is nothing so good as Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov err a ilvcerio extracted from native medic inal roots sold over forty years with great satisfaction to all users For Weak Stomach Liver Complaint Pain in the Stomach after eating Heartburn Bad Breath Belching of food Chronic Diarrhea and other Derangements the Discovery is a timeproven and most efficient remedySThe genuine has on its outsldewzeappcp theSSlinatuzee You cant afford to accept a secret nostrum as a for this nonalco medicine OF COMPOSITION not even though the urgent dealer may profitDrregulate and invigorate stomach liver and bowels Sugarcoated tiny granules easy to take us candy By gyery essential Nothing In ft whet tt Nothing that will improve and finely ground in Pure Linseed to and that wearing away doe so gradu ally surface for V FOR SALE BY TN f of shortage to assistant signed a to to of Meyer been monitor Puritan given children take to to take no cough A a German inventor purpose and perfect dwellings bombed a near weaknesses compound for Biliousness Jntestinal substitute holic YA