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Sf lE' V , && 1887 Ml MMft&&auttl- - Established MWl!Mn)'TWM4WMM4 Ittiw I K A"B'lE 'jI NTT, FUID0 - AV 12 V.ill DUMBER 33 - WUIkMtMkr ,'-- AcC,-Ua)- X Looks Like $20 gWear Like'815 : i , ICost You k $11, - . 5? course we have higher price suits and, cheaper suits, but our $11.00 suits are our leader. If you are go- ling to buy a suit let us show you this wonder ful. value. Look . at ; . & others suits tneniooK at ours; see the vast difference in material, Arkmahship and in nrirp i' Of . . . . . , . V-- .i. - " . . wP .r.w-- " w 1 Yonn Men' Clotliei. - - 'V- - - ' ' '.. ?$! NATIONAL HATS X. M We hve all the - new shades and n. shapes . . k in Derbies and Telescopes; also a tine line ft of men's and boys' straw hats. - tJL V'- UNDERWEAR. of big ,'We carry aunion suits, summer weight night shirts; etc. 'derwear, line un-- J V Money refunded if any thing found not satisfactory.. Satisfied customers are what ; we want. MON ft McBEE MT. VERNON, KY. r' xxxxx- - acepoc9ea3C3ic3icj he ggcsabout his planting. Soon j& the. fragrant flowers will put foito,.... ....j, .......... 1.2. ucuiiuiui uiossuuis; it John Lear, trulnirtT ctf.CMinn ujcii Tl ii..i ll luun wc for the Paris Grocery Co , was say.nq wonder all nature ?miles in here Tuesday -- Mrs. U. li. Klce IS the Snr nit Hme ' V on the sick list this week,. Mr, LEVEL GBEEN. Pittman, of Pittsburg is' visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. f. Sams, "at mmmmammmmmmmmmMmmmmmmMmmmMmmmmmmmmmtowmmmmmmmmm Mrs Lcoma Uroyles ot near this place. Ed Woodall, of Stajifcd, WJR visiting: here las was here between trains Tues day. We have not been fishing week ;Atiy. R L Brown, of Somerset, spent Surday with his mothyet but think in the near future er herd Misses Jeunie and Joe we will stroll oft with a parly of Mavis and Mrs. I B. McKen2ie,of fishers in search of our f portioa of Mt. Vernon came drown last Fri the finny tribe. , diy to attend the burial of tbe'r We are having a season of qui grandmother, Mrs. Denny. The etude in Livingston at the present; busy now planting no fights or any lawless doings tarmefs'ate corn. A great many of them are now: the devil must be chained, or . . tryingllt this year fertilizer itistnecalm preceeding a storm, They think they withoutsave will the so we are having a love feast just money tbejf would have speut for at the present Judge Bethurum fertilizqr to buy corn with next and Circuit Clerk, Hugh Miller, ' year. . were in our town Friday. Mrs. J. Vic Price was in the city ol C. McGuire has returned to her Orders Shipped Day Received. home at East Bernstadt after a Maretburg last Sundty afternoon. Borri-tthe wife of Ray Johnweeks visit to relatives here Col son on the 7th a fine bov. Floyd for Prices, Sam Ward was in town Sunday. Gentry, whb has been attending "Uncle Geo. Pope continues aboul the same. There is some talk ot school at Plato has returned to his the Eight Gables hotel changing home near Quail. There is still management; Jones will retire and more Pulaskians coming over and John Pope will take charge. Miss and scurfng schools. We can Rebecca J. Woodson, one of Liv- count four jor five of our nearest KY. ingston's pretty girls, is visiting in schoolstbat have employed Pulas- o r Laurel county this week. Judge ki teachers. Of course if they qualified they could get cer Joe Mogee, ol Crab'Orchard, is were tificaFes'Biid teaph'ln their own here this week armed with a countVjbutthey are not and therebucket and fishing tackle. L.H. Davis and others 19ft today fore root the Rockcastle teachers several days with Mr. and Mrs. R. ThprA hp for a two days' fishing trip up 'the ont of their Kehnnls. DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE H. Batson. of Lancaster. Mrs. G. J'otsot fogy and girls that their 1 iver W. Brooks, of Williamsburg is Mrs. Ab Sparks and children, of parentis baye done without their visiting her mother, Mrs. M. E. Mt. Vornon, have been visiting her work acd. sent them to school to Wilmott. Jack Leere of WilliamsAnd don't sister, Mrs. H D. Macee. Mr., educatc'lhcm, that will be knocked burg, Dug Brown of Lebanon Jet. have to grease and Mrs Hamp Heard, of London, out of schools by outsiders, which and Miss Mollie Brown, of Louisbeen visiting Mrs Sue Mull I ihink the trustees and Superin- ville are here to see Arch Brown, have but once a ins at this place. Mrs. Nora Jenk- tendent should put an end to. who continues very low. Mrs. R. Mr. arid Mrs Estil Price spent H. Hamm will leave Monday to ins and children are visiting in week. Louisville this week. Chiet Dis- Sunday with their mother, Mrs. T. visit her sister. Mrs. D. E. Davis of Nicholasville. Mr. R. S. patcher LernQjyls has returned I, Price? Mrs. Katie Catron is is having hid old tobacco Martin factory Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OJL CO. h llttlechlld, of Sim V better. from Paris; Tenn. "Mrs, A. repaiied ang,;s going to move his Bourne and Mrs. C A. Blanford Deuuey; (bat has dyptheria, is al faitory from junction City here. there, is some Mr. I. R. Storms is bavlbg"severar so iraprmng-pu- d were in London- Saturday? hope of its recovery J. M. Craig neiv rooms built to his residence Baker, of Mt. Vernon, was here on Maple Ave. Mrs. Mary AlMonday. Rev. Livingston will was in this section Tuesday engag bright will leave next week for preach here the first Saturday and ing wool at the very low price of Casey where she will visit relatives. Mrs. Serena Owens and son, Ed, Sunday in each month. Dock 15 cents, while others are offering only 10 cents. "Uncle Bill" has will leave this week to visit Mrs. Jones, of the Sand Hill section, ie been very sjck for "the past two Frank Sutton in Louisville. A. rhenraa-tistn- . confined to his bed v.I-house out iu the country, owned by Mrs Oscar Argenbrigln weeks, G. G. Lawrence, and occupied by On last Friday at four o'clock Harvey Owens, was consumed b ana Children are visiting in Corbju Miss Grace Griffin is vis- p. "m. death claimed for its victim fire last Friday night. Mr. )wens iting relatives at Hazel Patch this "Old Aunt" Elizi Denny, aged lost all of his house hold goods. Mrs. William Brumette. died Dickerson has 89 years'. She was raised in this week. J. H. connty but about iS years ago she suddenly last Monday at her home moved into his new brick store on Negro Creek. room, and we want' to say that his moved to Missouri and lived there Do you know a singlo successful business AND store is hard to beat. E. L. Cock-ere- until something near a year ago, COUNTY ORGANIZER man who does not do business through a bank? MANAGER WANTED.. is moving his stock of goods when her son brought her back to A leading Fraternal Insurance Kentuckyand since that timehas T S. Calloway store room It is the only road to success; so join the into the Pennington is having a lived at the home of A. C. powder, Order desiresa reliable white man 3. E. procession-t- o the Peoples Bank. new fence built around the hotel. where she was attended with the to take charge of its work in this Banks have been the making of more county, to introduce the orde , soMr. Thomas Farley has repaired greatest care till the end came. licit members, collect monthly business men than colleges. You may bopo his houses by putting new roofs on dues, organize lodges, appoint and them. The Livingston Lumber old for college dayg, but you are the right age ItKODlIEAl). manage and so on. Co. have started their mill again; to start a bank account with us. ' No previous experience is neaded Rev. J. W, Carter and wife are the section has taken on a l.Uof "Why not begin new hands and there is plenty of visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F Carter. as we will teach you how to operwork for those that want to work, Mrs. Carter will probably stay in ate, This.is a splendid opportunity Very truly yours, but the hardest job for some is to Brodhead until June. Mrs. Susie for a good man, with liberal pay and chance of promotion. try to keep out of work. Tharp and son, Carl, have returned Devote spare time at start, with A very sad affali occurred a few home- - from a visit to her sister, ago when Oscar Ponder, son Mrs. Schubert, at Defiance, Ohio. whole time later on. nights man wanted, Well known of Dan Ponder, while trying to Egbert Wallin and wife met them Mrs. T. J. Penn- strictly honest, good ability, one on a moving tram had nls in Cincinnati jump foot so badly mashed that the ington and children, of .Livingston, who is a hustler and will get out f PHONE . , doctors amputated it just below the have been visiting Mrs. O. A. and push the work forward. This is a great chance to become Carrie Spoonamore knee. What ever caused the boy Fritb.-T-Mian influential leader, to help your to do this knowing the dancer as who has been with her brother, P. inhe did, is a puzzle to us. He is a A. Sheltoni for several months fellow man and make a good come for yourself at the same splendid boy and we regret the ac will returi to Louisville soon to 3c8J0eC$rfp fr$t&C$&Ci. from time. treatment cident very much. Fishing now is take, another This Society pays benefits for Fishing Charlie Whitemoon. the go in Livingston. IF IT ISN'T AN EASTxMAN IT ISN'T A A crowd of the yojung folks .at- sickness, accident and death. The parties are to be seen on all sides There have not been many caught tended the party given by Joseph lodges .have grand ritualistic work in every yet. The luckiest man up to the Carter at his home on the' ranch strictly new and . Everyone bad particular. present is B, Hagan, who always last Friday-nightNo other Order like it was ever catches his share. Judge Chenault a delightful time. Last Saturday 65,000 Memberships started. of Richmond, whoownes a tract of night they wont on a bay ride to a already issued and growing very land down the river on which is party at- the home of Robert located a coal mine, is here sm- - Taylor in Maretsburg and another fast. Write immediately for further veying. We have not learned his good time was reported and Sun particulars, giviug full information intentions, but judge that he In day the same crowd attended the tends to operate the mine.- - Edgar dedication of the new church at of yourself in letter, Address in Mullins, traveling talesman of Mt. Hiatt, by- Rev. A. J. Pike. Dick confidence, SurREMB Commander Ghnkral, Vernon, was in our city Tuesday. Newland the insurance man from Box 293, Covington, THE BEST RECREATION IS Mr. and Mrs. John Baker, Jr. Stanford Jtwas in town Tuesday Kentucky. May, were in It, Vernon Tuesday vis- Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hilton, of iting relatives. John Graves, of of Stanford spent from .Saturday Is there anv thing in all this the Sand Spring section, was in unt(l Monday morning with Mr. world that is of more importance R. L to you than good digestion? Food our town Saturday. "Old Necker" and Mrs J R Cass.--Mway of malting Pictures Tho Easy, All bu eaten to sustain life and us he is familjarly known, is still Collier and Miss Clara Collier, of must with the bother loft out. We carry a full lino of KODAKS must be digested and couverted Well, after Crab Orchard were in town Wed- into blood. as full ot life as ever When the digestion and Kodak Supplies. Ask us for a Kodak Catalog. for the play falls the whole we laid our almanac aside and upon nesday advertising body suffers. risiug a few mornings thereafter, entitled "Brother Josiah"., which Chamberlain's Tablets are a The, was played here Thursday night. rational and reliable cure for in we beheld the greenness. Roy Robins is looking very bad digestion. They increase the flow trees had put forth their leaves, LEADING DRUGGIST, of bile, purify the blood, strengthen the grass was putting forth its rftor taking the third degree in and tone up the W Phone 39 the stomach, MT. VERNON, KY. blades, the birds were singing new iC-- . jof P. Tuesday night at Crab who'c digestive apparatus to a For hongs, you coiija near me tarmer Ordhard, and healthy action natural DCC3e3X3O0C3g3Ci !C3$3eDOCC$83tC humming a Spnug time mefody as Mr. J. T Cherry spent sale by Cbas. C Davis. L1YXNOHT0A - x3ytfc$yzyip My - Stock is Complete Lou-do- Furniture, Stoves, Ranges. cloth CARPETS; kUGS, MATTING, - linoleums, oil and lace curtains. - - - . coffins And caskets general merchanand a full line ofmy prices are low. dise to suit all. Mail Same o Yours Low '.. U H.DAVIS, "WE LIVINGSTON, ujio-no- &$pci USE' - - i-W. h (Stop and Think j ll sub-agent- s to-da- I PEOPLES BANK. 4 11 ss Iiiuaauiiaiiiiiiiaiiiiaiiaiiiiiiiiiumaiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiai KODAK O-re- r - a-- b t. KODAK rs. - Si - CHAS. C. DAVIS, rA rM and-Mr- s; 1 i :. rH 'THTfm.lU UUflWJMr, . 1. coeMnB--jec- t Uusiel Howard C. 2 00 M.J. Miller paupsr committee'. reported in favor tax revision. If man T. 1 a 1500.00 Pre. No. 6 D. M. I am honored by being elected B. Owens John Frakes ianitor of I S. 2 48 J. Friday, May 12. 1911 Governor, 1 will improve any bill C. C.'H.'. Hi L. Smith V. 2 00 300. ou passed by tbe General Assembly, furnished books Geo. Reams J. 2 00 t Fish providing for tbe submission to tbe county 102 91 Pre. No. 7 Wm Baker S. 2 18 Publishtd every Friday by voters ot the State an amendment W. H. Bowman J. 2 88 J. S; Longford service as county EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. to the constitution of Kentucky jailer . 108 I9 Jacob SambroolrJ. 2 00 Assembly to revise ojr present Dr. Lee Chestnut 2 visits to T J Pennington C 2 00 tax system. This important mat jail 2.00 Pre. No. 8 E N.'Whitaker J 2 00 $I.OO ONlt YKAR SUBSCRIPTION ter will thus be left to lhe voters', J. V. Kincer office rent 42,00 .WS..' Bustle' S. 2 96 ol the state to decide whether the Dr. Leo Chestnut service ren Louis Cooper C. 2 00 ' George Holcomb a pauAdvertising rales made known on General Assembly shall be author deied Thos. Rowe J. 2 00 ized to revise tax system. per J. 2 64 25 00 Pre. No. 9 J. J. Brown application "I favor divorcement of the Oscar Mtillins land for changing !' J.'J, Bullock S. 2 64 pieces of State penal institutions from politics county road . J. M. Craig C. 2 00 15 00 , Paper, and nonpartisan management of P H Shutts J. M. Adams wire etc, for fenc-- i J. 2 00 MKMBKR OF '' g coluity road ICBNTUCKy PRESS ASSOCIATION the Statu Fair, and of the farmers' 130.00 Pre. No io John Sigmon J. 2 06 institutes required to be held in W! P. Hayes U. G. Baker wire furnished S. 2 56 each county. J.-county C. 2 00 Tate 109.92 . "I lavor business examination H. D. Magee for holding inquest JBfad Albright J. 2 00, and inspection of banks; election over Jerrv Qwens 6.00 Pr,e..No 11 v Rose J. 2 88 01 unnea oiaies senators oy mc Cam Mulli'ps lbr,summoning JfJR .Ballinger S. 2 88 . W.' A, Phillips C. 2 00 direct vote of the people; organi.a jury for inquest over Jerry call look " (ion auo co operation amoug our Owens W: S.Jones 2 50 J. 2 00 R. L. McFerrou, Jacob Sam-- j end Bradley & Gilbert for file boxes see Senator James B. McCreary farmers and also amoug laboring of men; faithful upholding ol the and sheriff's books. 60 brook, J. D. 'Pennington, W. S. spoke vigorously in the interest is by Willis Singleton arresting parties Rentier. ChiriI.ear as tax super- his candidacy for the Democratic cardinal principle written 13 50 nomination Jor governor at Bur Thomas Jefferson, which declares failing to work county road 13.00 visors for 1910 each prices S. !'. Bowman clerk for tax! B A. Riddle arresting parties linRtort, Boone county last week in favor of freedom of religion, and 13 50 He made known his views on some also of that part of the Constitution failing to work county road 1.75 supervisors , Neal Parrett lumber and work of the most important questions ot the United States which de J. A. Oliver for furnishing votclares religious qualification never for county 11.26 ing booths for precinct No. 7. of the day. Dr. Walker Owens medical He said he favored the divorce- be required as a qualification to any Pur Rigsby hauling on county ment of the state penal institution officer of public trust under the service rendered pauper 4500 road , 13 50 from politics and an examination United Stales, and which is also C. S. Armstrong, Logan Arnold, J. T. Bullock for service ren and inspection of banking institu- substantly set forth in Section 5 dered pauper 3.00 Hardin Moore, Chesley Payne and G. W. Decker service rendered T. H. Lambert for 2 days services tions. He also declared tor the ot the Constitution cf Kentucky. deceased pauper election of tho United States Sen5oo as Justices of'the Peace, each 6 00 COUNTY CLAIMS. Dr. D. B Southard medical ators by the direct vote of the J. H. Lambert, Hardin Moore, service rendered pauper people. He said in part: 11.00 C. S. Armstrong, Logan Arnold County claims for Fiscal Year M. J. Miller mdse. furnished and Chesley Payne for t dy serReferences have been repeatedly May 1st. 1910 and county made to a convention to adopt a beginning 18.50 vice as J. P., each 3 00 platform and also to certain State ending May 1st. 191 1. E. S. Albright for public printMart Hicks, goods furnished ing (Continued on 3rv page). questions now being discussed. 163 75 Elisha Carpenter and Wilson Sow.-In the interest of the harmony E...S. .Albright for . printing i$56.oo election ballot 1910 "" and united Democracy I am in der paupers ''5575 Albert Allen making coffin, favor of a State convention of W. M. Spwder services Tender d Wyrick a pauper 5 00 Ueorge Halcomb pauper Democrats to be held after the 10.00 Dr. N. H. Joyner for medical C. D. Sutton mdse. ifiVfiilshed primary election is held to adopt ANNOUICKMRNT. 2o.oo paupers n platform. The plan of holding a services rendered paupers 2 So G. We are authorizetl to an:iounc Granville Leece and D. B; Dr. A. G Lovoll service ren . State convention and adopting a M. BALLARD as a camlutate for Repreroad supervisors dered paurers injail platform after the primaiy election Langford as 625 sentative of Rockcastle and Laurel coun100.00 is held has been tried in Georgia, for 1909 ties subject to the action of the RepubT. M. Davidson burial expenses Dr. R. H. lican party. Lewis for medical for John Weaver Alabama, Tennessee and other 8 55 Southern States and gave satis service rendered paupers We are authorized to announce R. G 40.00 Jeff lennings making coffin for Neglected CtMCaHsri explicDr. Lee Chestnut medical service John Weaver WE -- i' as a candidate for Representative faction. 2 00 ation, Promptly Restored of Rockcastle and Laurel counties, sub A T. Abnev furnishing lumber "lam in favcr of general im- rendened paupers ject to the action of tlieJRepubHcan par-Hayes and Parrett work in and and making coffin for Charley by Pcruna. provement of our educational ; 145 12 Fields. 5 00 system. There should be better around court house Mrs. Rosa We are authorized to .announce E. B. Boyer, 14 21 Dr. W. H. Joyner service' ren Hardijh Moore burial expenseMor , schools bet'er school houses and Sherman Ave., Thompson as a candidate for Representa Evanston, III., . .6 8o 5.00 George Seals more of them, and more school dered paupers writes: "If any tive of Rockcastle and Laurel counties, Dr. W. D. Laswell rendered Following are the election children in attendance, and' better one has reason subject to the action of trie Republican to praise Pe? . 25.00. officers for November ,8. jay ior the teachers, and there paupers runa it Is sure- ' party. John C. Brown as veteri- Pre. No. Ashley Owens J $2 00 ' ly myself. should be county high school in Xiast spring 2.50 every county ns authorized by nary Marler S. 2 00 I became so J. W. LAND STOCK AND OROl'. run down from J, N Thomas for nursing and the existing school law. K. B. Shepherd J. 2 00 the serious ef- - j waiting on Geo. Hasty 's family ling- fects of a is the. foundation of progress C. 2 oo- C. 0. Cox Edgar Mullins sold to a Mr. erlnsr cold, that 129.00 Pre. No 2 W. T. Smith' and if the people are properly and with typhoid fever several 2 00 J. Anglin, of Beroa, a fine saJdle unit J. W. Sparks for concreting inteligently educated, necess&ay S. 2 00 0. W Ping ed in pulling horse for'$2oo. me down. around court bouse I 1241.82 progress i sure to come. H. J. Mullins'C. 2 00 could neither F. R. Asher concreting; vault to ; "There should be such legisla i eat nor sleep Dick Cummins J. 2 00 well, and lost ' n.20 I tion as will provide better roads Clerks office fl e n h and Pre. No.. 3 A. M. Sexton1 J1. 2 80 spirit. Dr. S. C. Davis service as jail nnd bring the roads in each county Tor Infants and Children. J. 0. Wood. S. 2 80 "I fl n a lly tried Peruna The Kind You Have Always Bought of Kentucky to a high state of physician Wm. Hays-- ' 'J. 2 00 and It did efficiency. The cost of bad roads S. F. Bowman desk for Clerics wonders for W. H Jones C. 2 00 Bears the me. In two is a continuing heavy expanse aud office 9.05 Pre. No. 4 S. Chasteetr J. 2 96f Weeks" I was Signature cf Hke another the best remedy is the constructB. Warreu service rendered W. H. I inville S. 21961 Mm. Roa Boyer. per80n( and in ion of good roads. paupers Croiieher J. '2'to a month TYelt better than I ever had Sam 20.00 before. G. W. Isaacs service rendered "Tax revision is desired by J. J. HamMton C. 2 00 National and Stetson Hats .in all "I thank Peruna for new life ana pictures, bo strength. I send many persons, and it is asserted Daupers No. 5 W G Singleton!. 2 88 you can seo what you twohas done for the new shapes also a fine line of 5.00 Peruna Rebt Allen that the business interests of the S. 2 88 Jiae." C C. Davis medicine furnished straws. Sutton & McBkr. State demand it. Two commiss- - paupers Sollie Griffin J. 2 00 10.00 IVIT VLnNOIN SIGNAL ,ons,r m- Sini-leton f( to v XCCCeC 1 ?C3$3mK 1 , LADIES V " 1 -- . here No doubt g SPRING house cleanii up time isrooms with a few your to cheer you New Furniture, brighten up the old walls with and the floors with New Rugs. New j ... . I S-.- INVITE YOU '"".. ""V L, a s I -- through my stock frbm beginning to and the great bargains I have for you The and the largest and most complete and the assortment the lowest that I have ever made '," A Large Shipment pf Bugs, Carpets and Mattings, Just Arrived - S.B.MCKENZIE THE (ft IRFlliE ill lyt 1 LOST Phone H3. MT. VERNON, KY; ,. Vl APPETITE :fc3c$aeDcc$: 14 Jt , Jt V 4&c$Dx3yc9ipT X x AND HOPE GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER BrodheacLKy 111 . 25-0- - i ill COMPLETELINE-?-Coffin- R, .Caskets and Robes. All MnlL. atelocranh or Telek ' n)innn 1 ni'Jpra Pry.m5i1''"v-Filled. t 3T .3- L- Edu-crtio- u 1 :xa&ic8kcafc XDc3ir:' HOW ABOUT YOUR ns ?3 wBs I CASTOR A 44-7- WATCH? DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME? I . IF NOT, WHY NOT? If you just turn ittover to ns and if it does not run all O. V ?? x, Program FOR . are having any such trouble about your watch oi clock, COMMENCEMENT WEEK it will cost you nothing We guarantee' our work. Give us a trial. We do all kinds of soldering and repair work, ATI)!!. SC. DAVIS' J. SELZ ROYAL BLUE Shoe Value isn't in the Price You Pay; its in the pleasure & '; - f BRODHEAD GRADED AND HIGH SCHOOL. a? i.-- FRANK MOORE, DRUG STORE, . : You get in weaving the shoes. They must fit right, as well as look right". That's the reason that SELZ shoes, made on foot form measurements and fitted to your feet by expert" salesmeu, make it easy to buy shoes Here; nnd make it an everyday joy. to wear the shoes after you've bought them. Rav. 0. T. Michel. Baccalaureate Sermon. 8:00 P. M; Bible Exercises, (covering work done by School.) r Monday Evening, May 15. Mother.Gpos.e's Goslings ; v. . ..,'-.- Chinese Umbrella Song. 1 "'.," Tom Thumb Wedding. Tuesday, May l(i. including recitations, drills, panto-- . Miscellanehus Programme ' miraeS, vocal and Piano solos and duetts. " "' 'Ji'Wednesday, May 17. &A Sunday, May 14. J1:00.A. M. MT. VERNON, KY. Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S '. . CASTORIA Monumenta WORKS - March, 'VTannhauser," . . Miss McOlary. - 4n cx To Faiaftlji" than Tali It . TakOa YOU WANT SMART STYLES INSHOES Salutatory, . . and there's no reason you shouldn't get that as well ns qnality and. fit. It's a marked feature of our SELZ line; tho snnrt; snappy, styles that young men like; aud that older men don't object to. Vocal'Solq, .Oration ('Know Thyself," Vocal Solo, Oration VSelf Reliance," - , ; Loretta Dunn Frith. Edith Moore. Rose Pike. Miss McOlary. Bane Carson. , bat f Unkub tt thOatacaf Piano Duetto, Valedictory,' - ' ' j Miss Florence Pennington j Anti-Pai- n ftlannfacturer- of U DEALER n Marbles T" T' ' Dr. MiUa' Miss McOlary. SELZ SHOES here for men, women and children. We Guarantee SELZ SHOES. SUCCESSOR TO McKENZIE & McBEE CHAS. B. McKENZIE XI ft and and of all Granite Monuments ( Byron Owens Kindly Light," Male Quariott'e-i'Lea- d M Joe Carter Estimates furnished kinds. ( Uonry Anderson application. on Ida May Adums, Prin. Presentation of Diplomas, GEO. OWENS Propr Wednesday Night, May 17. Phono 112 In Tho WroDg Clothes A Farce. , "'' - Katharine Corine Cass. j Fred Sowdor Il May Otkarwla Backach Pills v Music. '' ' , POSTED. The, Minister's Wife A Farce. t .. guilty of treapaaslnffon ray Jiproperty will bo proseouted to tho full Any one 3kfoi 15 cents will be charged for each evening. An Sunday and Wednesday morniug services free, J extent of tho law. l MHS" M AHAI.A' JoneS, MtVerppn, Ky. another for ber to take. They balaca her right awtr, and (he tars the wlU never be without again." Mrs.G. II. Awtlabaiy, O. At all drugfllats 39 at nta. MILK8 MEDICAL CO., llkhart, Ina. m Nothing disturbs the human system more thin pain whether it be in the form of headache, backache, neuralgia, stomachache or the pains peculiar to women. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Fills are a standard remedy "for pain, and are praised by a great army of men and women who hare used them for years. "A friend w down ylth LaGrippa and neaily crazed with awful backicb. leave ber ona Pill and left Anti-Pai- Ct tha fcaat mt ya Wu, m dM --. i AS m "m" A i 5?!V .. h U 5- - v MT. VERNON SIGNAL. 'LOCAL' Fhmnit?-'Buckeve ,: ft & L.. &. " T $?$$ Pott" 'When you think of godff'lSbttlP.sV'See'tbe think of Fisb. ta.all the ne paitrritt Jf, Mrs. John Hurd died last ' Sottqk & McBkk's E. B. Cox sold to C. C Witlinms MT Vernon, Kv.May.12 1911 Friday of consumption. j a fine Jersey cow for &rq. Mrs C P. Reynolds, who used It you need a Cultivator. Mow' Call up "No.Communl- TQ ing Machine or Hay Rake sie 7" whn S3 Don't fail to see the new skirts to be Mish Bessie Mullms, died at L 3 you wnnlto Just irrli-eauto with SIQNAL ... ..... .,...... in vnil. iinnmn. 2!.10 o'cli ck tWs morning. A more Fish. "I serges, nud also n fine line ol silk complete account Will be given I Sam Price, a son of Andrew & McBkr. in next issue. Price, held tbe lucky ticket for the underskirts. Sutton For Sale: Two houses and a M&&fc33 Plenty of the old reliable Horse Free Sewing Machine given away stock of General Merchandize, Shoe Fertilizer on hands 5 per last Saturday by Mr. J. Pish. Call ol desirable property. Located at Liv for cash A small child of Ed Price and a cent discoum louitvlut 4 nahiiU n n. CO. T. J Smith or W. H Sowduu, ingston Ky. J. T.'Pbnnington, 4. year old child of George Henry Is Apr 28 3t. Livingston Ky. Brodhead, Ky. yrMK TABLE. McClure, of the Skeggs Cioekt Just rectiyed a large shipment There will !e no .services at the P m section died last week of measles 22 north.!:... Christian Church Sunday, but the ol wall paper, in all the different am 3:52 24 north W. J. Sparks and Dr. A G. Young People Christian Endeavor shades and gndes. When you get ":44 a 28 south Lovell were re elected Saturday as am trustees of the Graded Schoot, Society meets there at 6:45 p ru. readv to do your papering let us 12:19 '21 South show vou our stock, which is You are cordially invited TA8. Landrum, Agent. which place they so well tilled last op Thanks To those located at tbe Mt. Vernon Monu year. Card well as Phone No. j8. is .store for who were so kind to us during the mental works. Mrs. K. J. McKinnev died May Owkns. Fkrd Boterrd t the Mt Vernon, Kjr. rottolflce Tuesday morning after an illness of sickness and in the death of our nail matter. i it darling baby boy, Ralph, we want For rough, dressed and all kind only a lew days. She first took to express our heart felt thanks. of finishing lumber, mouldings, This the day of YOANG men; of fellows between 6f teeu and twon-t- y measles and, later pneumonia deBER80NAL Mr and Mrs C. P. Reynolds. sash, dooTS, porch columns, and live, who are just taking hold of the things that promise tn develveloped. She leaves a husband and building material, wall James I. White advises that they other op into rhe BIG things of tho world; these young fellows grow inCasper Adams Is switching in several small children are doing n ,good business in the paper and picture frames ot all ' y to the young old fellows who "SWING" those big things that make Prof. Houston has been employed Corbin yards:' and sizes and kinds see. tho world move on aw&y from stagnation. This is the day of dis' Mrs. Edgar MulHns has been very as principal of the Graded School recent established soft drink Crab R. S.Shi VEt, mineral water works at for another yeai, a wise selection. tinctive things In young men's CLOTHES; and tho best of all the sick for a few days. Builder & Contractor, Otchard. Tbe medical water used Brodhead, Ky. Miss Helen Keys is the charming If there has been any action taken in putting points of distinction are embodied in our up their product is by the boarcj as to the other memguest of Mrs. Cjeo W. Brown. proving a drawing card.' COUNTY CLAIMS. bers of (he faculty we have not Mrs. S. P.Xewis left Wednesday Continued from ?nd page) While Mt. Vernon was talking been so informed. to visit relatives at Chattanooga. over telephone to Brodhead MonS D. Lewis'for services as CounCard of Thanks: By this day night New York by late im ty Attorney H. S. Gardner will work with 800 00 express to those Paris Sowder lu the barber shop. means we desire to provements, was holding a teleJ. W. Kincer for services as Suwho were so very kind to us during phonic conversation with Denver, perintendent of Schools Bud Durham was down from 800 00 wool goods? our recent bod bereavement, our are different ' come Brodhead 'Sunday between trains. Colorado, over a distance of 2,000 S, F. Bowman for services as The many kind appreciation. clothes look like tailor-ma- de styles are season ahead. Prof. T. A. Houston was in words and deeds of sympathizing miles, the longest ever accomplish- (Jouuty Courj Clerk 250 00 ed heretofore. San Francisco will Hardin Moore for expenses as Lexington Saturday and Sunday. friends, made easier, our burden. because are tailor-mad- e. be included this year in a talking delegate to Good Road ConvenW. H. Krueger has been it LivMr and Mrs A. C Hiatt circuit with New York. There tion 12 00 ingston a few days at the R. M, Chas. C Davis, otir inlerprisipg are 87000 poles in Jjt)e between W. L. Mitchel for .surveying new K. store druggist, who is a so the ice man, New York and Denver. , pike 7 00 Rev. G S. Watson will fill Rev. ha6 recently bought on ice wagon, Herbert Co for assisting in surKtick closer than a Nioknainee Michel's place at Harlan next for use iij delivering his ice. . 125 brother. All communities and veying new pike , Sunday. and range Should a stranger peep out in the M. J. Miller and F. L. Thomplocalities hate many nicknamed McCord spent Satur- earlv morning and see the ice n."l4isRosc son as members of Pauper Com for for finest. a day until .Tuesday with friends in wagon as it maken the round of citizens who go through life with 40 00 idf this added lead to carrJ. Among Ulfttee. 9.an,.lW'iuv delivery would think he wos in whether" years. age is J 5 or Bowman, the few giftfyto Mt. JVemon and Copy attest C. 0. Williams and daugh- some city, Mr. Davis goes upon fclerk R. C. C. neighbor boysapathe following; ter, MjfiJ, Rlsse, a're spending the that sound theory that it a 'thing Logan Arnold and Squire Sin Dingbat, Clint, DavWWindy, Bum. week in Louisville. is worth doing at ul! it is worth gleton for 2 days services as J. P. , Eljc, Jeff, Mutt, Bykft Hank, R. L, Collfer, the Crab Orchard doing well, and has therefore made Cbink. Butto, TiivaddoNPiooch, each 6 00 was all necessary preparations for tbe , dealer in telephones polt-C. S. Armstrong and Hardin Lettuce;-HeckPilch, Tyjo, Keg, handling of ice, one of tbe summer here on business lasTof week. Joab, Wild Bill. Judge, Colonel, Moore for 1 .day service as J. P., SOCKS that are loud enough to be heard around the corner, unci those in shade5 as W. A. B. Davis was in Brodhead necessities. 3 00 Major, Leather, Hominy, .Dago, each Hardin Moore, d-- 5. Armstrong. first of week doing orae surveying sober as a judge. Gause, lisle, mercerized and silk, at lfioto fifh; a pair On one of his recent trips here Shorty, Cheese, Thrifiy. Hotfoot, "Smiling' Dave Jackson, the Spider, Buckeye, Yinkup, Bateye, Squire Singleton and jLogan Ar T& Jar John Robins. and other,,. t Coal Oil Johnny, John Dog, Fussy uolu for i, nai senyice asjklP., I pojfalarteve and butterfly's wine:: nmV -others its' modest 111 the. bin jtjn n n i a 141 yjiS - ot . . -, baccalaureate" sertseu of the BrodLondon, w 110. was horn on Jan- Wampus,"" Butch, Scroggins, Flat, cneeK, nt 30c 10. owe. Southard hdbttded'ScKoblThext Sunday.' uary 27th. i856,on meeting his Polks, Irshraan, Hezfe, Huldy. T. jT NicelevJ ht '1 J' ' .1 W ' r. RbssBastlbwas' over tromll1 old friend and- - customer, Jonas A number of them accept and and W. M. Poynter, election com ...J, If ... " W. ... " 8 00 Shirts, Soft Collars, Suspenders, Belts, Garters. Nicht Shirts, Etc, Ere. .lust, what d with, answer these nicknames McKeuzie, greeted him while missioners, each Lancaster a" few days since R; G. Moqre, W. 0. Hopkins, Mr. McKenzie others are touchy op tbe subject. "howdv son". the young fellow wants in haberdashery that's right up to the minute. BDectloe telephone exchange . T IPI MW i and T, R. Mullinsroad commies remarked "I am as old as you". .,' The evangelistic services which .'lins.r. 6 00 new pike: each - Dn D. B. Southard was in Louis- It was ascertained that Mr. Mc- started in tbe Presbyterian church loners foristle Hq'nie Telephone Co Rockc on January on Tuesday night Kenzie was also born of this week, are ville yesterday attending a meetfor phones, and messages 35 00 Mr. Jackson says it proving of 27th i856. very attractive. The! T. Fish for ing pf the railroad 'surgeons court house fence and was the first instance of his ex- crowds are on the increase, f r - Kentucky and tbe for ; 32 00 perience of having met a man of people of the community are thor- books m m MK?VE' WJHTiXKJl PMMWi 1W Miss Fan Sparks has returned J. T. NicelevcfyservicesasSher exactly bis own age. oughly enjoying the inspiring tiu from a several days visit to her $461 50 iff A history of Rockcastle county sic and practical sermons afforded Jrtltid, Miss 'Keith Sperry, of L W Bethuntm for service? as of "hjeiSlyernoMTs Lcadjg hasneverheep written Wouldn't by the meetings. The evangelist, of Louisville. 800 no County Judge t)rtR'Ws rfyche'and Khirley it le a good iden for some tm& or Rey, B. H. Conlev, is a' man of i:s. noME collaborating, An under pleasing personality and a preacher flflakis Hinti lairing Easy Tate are stilj numbered among ihe several, - of power. a wort wmie the reThe splenid Mngirg sick and part of the week have take such (tndintils older hiljhnjs-- nre ei each night by and under the MAILORDERS always tilled with the best values in stock, and on mail order purchases or . '' $5 or more, WE PAY EXPRESS. who c,a" give of Rev. O. T. Mich 1, adds Revrfteoige' Watson, of the with us, andbearingonVoiuts much of much to the, services .We are glad information Presbyterjan Church- ,- preached a interest in such aAiistory? If not to welcome two men of such type very interesting sermon at Rose begun soon it wil be toovlate to to our town. The meetings will in their catalogue. Hill Saturday night. gather much valuable matter that be held each night during tbe re Music taste is improving, and ' " P. Watsou and little grand will be forever lost. It is to be maiuderof the week and on Sunwhi'e the people still love- the daughter, Mildred Robins, of Brod- - regretted that something in this day morning in the Presbyterian rollicking songs of tbe vaudeville were witb Mr. and Mrs line was not started years ogo. church. A children's service will stage, they welcome the better class F. L TJurham Sunday-Missbe held in the Presbytia i .church 1 ne nf soups in their homes. A special train carrying the Sunday afternoon, and the preachBertie Perkins and Mamie first part of "The Vale 0 Dreams" Holman, Sam Perkins and B. G. "Louisville Boosters'', will start ing Sunday night will probably be . opens In a minor Key, icauiu--- in Holman were guests of Pattie and from Louisvil)e to Middlesboro, on at the court house La'ter an Mr. uert major. to the refrain May 22nd. A short stop will be Bryan Pekins Sunday. noiincenients will be nnde regardcelebrated Sheridan, of the good ing the services next week. Miss Georgia D,, Jones left for made at Mt. Vernon. Our is singing this song nightDave Jackson as ''Smiling" home in Middlesboro Tuesday friend big applause. ly to Mt. Vernon is in the midst of n.s after a three weeks pleasant stay tbe representative oftbe Louisville big a muddle Chorus over its trustees as it Co , will be one of Tin and Stove with relatives at this place. tbe vale of dreams,-- by These ''Boosters" are is possible to get. In Nov. 1909, Thm only bmklmw mmwdr Meet me insummer sea; "MrsTjack Adams, ol Corbln. the party. the headmen themselves or A. H. Hnmliii, J T. Meadows, E. msutm from RayafOrapm There love's star forever gleams, duringthe week to either the B. Brown, E. B. Cox and F. R ,aSN!Jre funerjPof wholeof Qrmm mf7riMr dear. her sister. the representative! ofthe attm'thee Louisville, Asher were elected trustees. In NIALUMUMEPHWWATE Gleams for 011 and gleatn.for me. sale firms of the city McKinnev, avians- fv' Mtt kf'il There our hearts will findTrepose, and the purpose of these trips is April 1910 Brown and (iox resigned, WITH ford. 'Neath the moon's fair beams the remaining members of the to get acquainted, establish a and Why so many songs and poems Meet me there beside the rose, W, H. Lewis was here from closer relationship letween the board claiming the right to fill va- - have been written about dreams is In the vale of dreams. d not th County Judge, . "BaxterT Harlan county, this week city and rural districts, by which cancy, a question that has never oeen Mull ins and Jonas. definitely settled, still, every new Everybody who has given the told us that all?' the steel had means, trade may be brought to named R. and fill tho vacancies. In matter any attention realizes that been kid on tbe new road into Louisville which is now going out McKenzie song on the subject that has Nov. F. R. Ai resigned and the literary merit and a pleasing melody Kentucky is lagging woefully be, Harlan. of tbe state. in tbe matter board named Poynter in his meets witb public approval. "The lling the other States public school Mrs: Sylvan Bordes, of Brodhead of good, roads and oved along very Vale of Dreams", a 'new song by education. For this reason eyery On May 22nd. tho Louisville place. Thin was with her parents, Dr. and She Boosters will visit Mo Vernon, and well until tb spefttal privilege tax Cbas. E. Baer and Jobanu C. candidate lor State office who has ., Francis, Saturday. len trie board was was accompanied home by her it has" been suggested by some of was levied, Scbmid, is at present very popular made a speech or has promulgated a platform declares for better roads joined iro on the in New York and Boston. our leading business men, that a , In sisternMlss Willie Francis. schools. This, however at it was an illegal fact, it was in Boston that it first and better platitude and even a fool be Court ground is a mere Pf, and Mr. WjlliaraA. Tones, meetingMondayheld in the for the board. ' evening demurrer to the ongi attained popularity, by its ren would not declare for bad roads of Union City, Madison county House naming committees, nal petition being at tbe dilion at a Boston' Conservatory and worse schools. The people arekVejbtclng over tbe arrival of purpose of ' "their firstborn," a fine girl, which and make preparations for a cordial last term of court, the case now concert. A young,contralto made of Kentucky, both Democrats and When a fire occurs tho aspired naturally wants his money greeting when thev reach Mt. s'ands for trial on its merits On her debut and instantly became Republicans, have a reasonable ae soon as possible. Willi twelve yenrs in the business our i came to their home on 'the 5th. candidates for ' While Louisville is yesterday Cox and Brown who re famous by her rendition of "Tbe right to expect of Vernon, by our agency has fcJtate office, especially for Gov record shows that every loss sustained lust. being boosted, let us not lose tbe signed.o ihe board in April 1910 Vale of Dreams". It is really o ernor, tnat iney, wouia nor stop been adjusted and paid iu less than 25 days W. Maxwell and Mesdames S. opportunity of boosting Mt. Vernon claiming that the board ot trustees ballad, ard far above with i simple declaration for better W, F. Milholland, of Indianapolis "". We writo farm buildings on installments or cash plan. ' a little too, and in no more effect did not have the right to accept the average popular song Tne roads and schools, but that thev Ind., mother and aunt of Miss would be able to tell lust wny we If you Imvo a good house, you want it insured, drop us Remick & naiwcu, ikiuusiuwisu- ive way can it be done, tuan by their resignation, and again took publishers, Jerome-H- . it have worse roads than almost any postal and we will call at once to see you. Lang- giving to this delegation, which tbe oath. P. L. Thompson was teacher, are guests at the Co., have of late years devoted State in the Union and why Ken . don dormitory. represents the wholesale interests appointed by the Judge to fill Ash- - considerable money, und energy in tucky is nearly at the bottom of ' W. J. Leatberman. bead chemist of our metropolis a hearty and er s piace, ana :vi. ti. saim was trying to raise tbe standaid of of the column of States in the Co.. Whoeale cordial greeting. for Robinson-eti- t S. We hope to named as clerk. So Mt. Vernon popular songs, and "The Garden matter of public school education, druggists, Louisville, was a guest see a goodly number in atten ha two sets, or a part of two sets and at the same titui6ffer a con ot trustees. Both sets will no of Roses", by the same composers. structive platform "as now to meet 'of Chas. C. Davis last Sunday s ballad, has actually I these deplorable conditions and ''which Item we over looked dance at the court house next doubt try to do business and what alio a week, Monday evening. , - io oar-lathe result will be only time' can tell. oat sold any of the popular sonasUojtectthem.-E- U -issue. . e wa. rrr - ...-.,- . j"vrnt.V?,o,t I This The :4-5- 5 Young Man's Sfore the man who As Young As He Feels' the As "Just t. conit-elM- I Apr.-j9-ir- a. Guaranteed Clothes in pure they patterns as-can-- be, They and the a Our J OUR COATS SWING RIGHT AND THE COLLARS CLING, RIGHT. . -- .-Mrs. S.-.-- Prices start in young men's suits at $7.50 the And there's suit among them 50 your man' ... TIES-jis-ffnyJasW -wide-awake up to $20 YOU, "old s Young Men's Furnishings ( tintvcrej-saleirna- a chaBB5 . vA"rot Dj, 1 w" ".-' r. rTj v;r rw S . 4 in-an- 'J -- -- Look the the JBSl. jtf (y4Hi HfttfiiiL B Lk the M ' ?t ! sign the Fish tiik of good cloth Fish' lout-ersbi- p pOYAl FARMERS AGAINST es WKS POWDER 111 INSURE YOUR HOMES FIRE LIGHTNING AND WIND Rol-fonian- s, " Absolutely Pure - ' ! THE HOME OF NEW YORK & . THE STRONGEST BEST over-rule- d 'L V, f , high-clas- s M-ar- n' E. ALBRIGHT, Agent, t high-clas- Mt Vernon, Ky "mS". st $vuwi - "4i 'iir r r WZ -:" y "W A,.'" :s. f ' V l ...., .!. Wnj mwoit.MWilii ', ', ,. fcHMUflL.Uj.lU'm. ..f - i jjiih UB1.11UH'LUH,1 77 unm,.uiniimn,ju .'';.. r --- At .a,jl. i f-H., 1 kjnw auK-jto- i.'an ,"? . Be Happy! Happy the girl, or woman, who has never sufferecMrom Or, If she has been a, "any of the diseases of womanhood sufferer, happy Is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonlcl Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for'women's ailments. It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It Jias been in successful use for more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. 1 yFXa.fnnikA!t:s ftWKKVim i Ifyjfa&tnffi?- - BUSINESS COMPOUND CALLOUSES Tells Splendid Cure forTliem and All Foot Troubles. A compound MAN. I p :1 ' f i Cardu i Woman'sTonic, 10 I Mrs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think thp're is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. 1 used it with the very best results. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-oWomen, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today. ut Writ to: Ladles' Advisory Dept.. ChitUnooti Medicine Co., Chattanooti, Tenn. book, "1 lome Treatment lor Women," sent free. J BO lor Sptdat Instruction), and - 'J smm " fA 4 V- E MnmimninnwrnnimmnimnwiHinimmg L . VERNON - CMET ifKV- SSL !r r;- COUCH METALIC CASKETS' g PRACTICAL 3 UNDERTAKERS. 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 3 3 EMRAIiHKRS 3 Mt. Vernon, Ky. 3 DO, AND y Harm. s stage when It on the nerves, causing Intense puln. " . Callouses never euro themselves tut always get worse, somotlmos Irritating (From Hodgensville' Herald) the wholo nervoiis system. Tho follow- Hon. We. ore informed .tut Is a most effective and spfedy cure "Dissolve two William Addains, candidate for laMcspoonmis of Calocldo ,he Demo:r:iifc no.i inution for In a busln of hot water.,,. , e uiuu ui Soak tho feet In this, for vjiivernur, in u i.u.iiu : full fifteen minutes, gently .undoubted .'integrity, honest and 'masBactng tho sore parts. uptight in- - his business dealings, W fi '(Less ttmo will not glvo the intellectua y, lie is r desired results.) The sore- aid that ness will disappear Imme equipped to cope with any problem I diately and the callous can b easily may pitsent itseU in the I peeled off. Repeat this for several nat Look out (or niltos. nights. A little olive oil rubbed Into nnnagemenr ill either public or skin Is very beneficial." private iifl'air.-t- . If has long been (j This Caloclde Is a very remarkable proven that the honest business Select seed corn early. preparation for all foot ailments. " Bunions, corns and Ingrowing nails Et ninn, who is cnpablo of the sucTho cow, never tlrea'of silage. Instant relief and are soon cured. Dad cessful management of his private Don't put a sick fowl In a coop with smelling and sore feot need but a fow aflTair., is also capablo of the suctreatments. Calocldo Ig"ho longer conhealthy ones. ' of public management fined to doctors' use. Any druggist has cessful ,' Scraps from tho table will help to it. In slock or will quickly get It from affairs. habitual office seeker The ' " .hla wholesale house. A twonty-Dreduce the feed bills. politician is cent packago la usually enough to put and professional usual? to much absorbed m prothe worst feet In fine condition. It Old corn Is the best feed uutirthe 'will prove a blessing to persons who moting' his own selfish affairs to new gets well cured out. have been vainly trying Ineffectual give the people that full measure tablets and foot powders. Every corn grower should tost evof service promised in hiso'thof ery- dar of seed corn this year. office. Kentucky needs a business In buying a cow the first thing to man in the Governor's chair at do Is to look well Into the breed. There Frankfort lor a few years. is a lot of work to be done -- a lot Grcen;cut bone must not be founded with ground' bone or ol things to undo. "Doing" and tneal. "undoing" will keep a business g vernor busy nil the time during Jt gVeat deal of Interest Is being .manifested these days In the small I his four years' term ol office. The WTKum - Uo ii irjdlf1afe 'William Add'ams. of Governor, if a HiiMncnsf Mho. Dis nssert by Editor callous Is the secondary Hodtjeti&ville H raid grows Inward and press-. I CASTORIA nmi nWw For Infants and Children. t I The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PEIt CENT. AVeaefablcPrcDaralionforAs. sirallailng ihcFbofJ andRedula-(IngUi- Stomachs amlUcwehcf Bears the Signature of m Mr ' Promotes DigcsllonChf ttrUl ness and Kestjconiams neuter Opiunt.Morphlne norrtaaU NOT NARCOTIC. MedftcroUdcSMartmsi bnptui Sled" AweSui maHixwkSiit In Himbri" Use , Aperfed Remedy for Conslljia-lion , aour aiouwji.uwuw" Yorms.CovulsionsJevTrtsIr liess andLOSS OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of For Over I con-bon- o m m NEW YOHK. 111 VM.I .LJ.IPI Euuauouittaiai L Thirty Years iuarantccd under th AAiKHliiiil CASTORIA TMt VtNTAUn OOHMWT, HIW TOBK CITT. Horses, hogs, pigs and calves eat glla'go and thrive on.lt an well as down the dairy cow. : .. Coffins and .Robes. that lino of ' tho company. work for S3 Hearse sent to nil points. tilled. rr Orders by wire promptly : Liconcd Embnlmur willhavo charge of The milk from a cow In a poor down condition Is certain to be 3 respondingly poor, i runcor- S Every orchard ought to be plantod In checkB to admit of clean cultivation w)th tbe smallest amount of boelng. On the averngo farm, fifty hens bring an big returns as the best cow In' the herd with less feed and euro. Many 3 j Herald linhesilatiugly says that it believes he will, if nominated and elected, give the people of the Slate n wise, conservative and and he business administration will employ himself constantly in "doing" and "undoing" for the And betterment of Kentucky. another thing Mr. Addams can Adv. win in November. This Particular Brand For Particular Dressers While it is true that fine clothes do not make fine men, the man will always command attention. When you buy well-dress- Exatt Copy of Wrapper.; H ' Offices Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE GEORGE OWENS, Manager 1T2 iiiiiiiUiiiauiiiiaiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiuiismimiiiiiiiiniiiaiiiiiii! sx nlght-niinc- at the limes, one hill will prod if Ci? Is potatoes; which rate of G'JO Lunhels per acre mm - mm ', 3 4 jfSI ' $' A SETjiomo Tho cream separator, the silo aud This hank Is a home institution. Our loans nro mado right loro'ot llf1 tho manure spreader sTioiiljl, tind, ,'f to our good farmers and business men. It is a homo Institution--- . pluca In the eq'uTpmenr&revery dairy-farwo will pay you fjoou iniorcni. on yum- - uuu 3 ' for our homo peoplo. funds. Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your poraonni check. It is very simple, convoniont nnd safe. Call and we gladly ex- Tho feeding of tlover hay to poultry Is a very simple matter and enn be of a checkini; account. You will always CT plain the many successfully done by nny farmer or have a receipt which cannot bo disputed. The endorsed check, which p'o'ultryman. 5m will be returned to you is Incontestlblo proof of the payment of the bill money Is safe deposited In this bank to your credit, if yon car 3 Scales are a good thing for a man uhvx It. tn vnnriinnkut or lunvo It at home It may bo lost or stolen to have. They enable llm to know in and let us talk these matters over with you. JCoine just v.'hnt he has to sell and also what he buys, , --- Home Institution Chlcken-cutluows arc said to he cured by a tnblcspounful of linking soda In slop thrt-e- ' tlmos a day for h week. t, " "Shield Brand" Clothing you are certain to get a correct fit, and plenty quality in every garment. Prices are within reach of all. $10.00 THE LOWEST $20.00 THE HIGHEST Give us a trial convinced. THE BANK OF MT. VERNON, (iNCORroKATHD.) 1! 3 and be HOWS THIS? We oiler One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Cnturrh that cannot be cured by Hi 's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Chunnky& Co. Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years and believe hitu perfectly honorable iu all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations, made or liK firm. Wa&diko, Kinnan A. Makvin, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. Hall's Cotarrh Cure is taken internally, ncling'directly upon the blooe and mucous surfaces of the .lystera. Testimonials .ent free Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. 11 Capt. Bob Bnrtlett, who figured the recent North Pole controversy, will conduct a party of New York and lioston sportsmen into the Arctic in the near future for a hunt after polar .bears and walruses. Now is the time to get rid of Yon will find Aour rheumatism, Chamberlain's Liniment wonder fullv effective. One applicat'on wi'l convince you of its merits. Try it. For sale by Chas. C. Davis. in Hub the Ujg laturo OiLSTOZtXA. J. BO-yD Tli8 Kind You Hiffl Always BtugM . if M$&i 1 s Both the prosecution and defense in tlu. Los Angeles dynamiting cases have hired detectives. The men are Pilikerton watching Burn's operatives and vice versa a regulargame of tag being played.' John F. Wood, former Indian apolis Couneilma-i- , who is now in! jail on a charge of enibf zzlement.l has written a book on gi ift in tliel City Council, which will be pub lushed in a short time. Harold Enfield, alias Harry Trunlin, a vaudeville actor, wa?J arrested in. Pittsburg Monday. . Hel I admitted committing robberies in! all par.tsoCjtbe world. ; " oure enougii jsauuie suuiion will make the season of 191 at my l mile north of Wildie barn Xy.. at $800, to insure a living colt. J. Boyd is a dark brown color x one-hal- MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. iwuwaiuuui jgggag-ggsagjjSsf- t I itoimuuuK Kwcs that go Into their winter quan tcrs In an unthrifty and low flesh con dltfon cannot bring good vlgorntit 'ambs In the spring. I H. BRANAMAN, WILDIE, KY. Mark of Qcality U 00 every coat collar. Kr J: gsssgggrtMtn Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled. tlnnd-mnde There Is often a tendency on the part of heglnunrs to increase thel herds too rjpldly. Better go slowly ind breed only the best.. , .' ,. k Hit m UHD5ETAK5B. Coffingfurnislied Hearse sent to all parts of the County. jy s ) All orders by Wire Promptly Filled. 7-- W. A. COX. Phone 94-S- . MT. VERNON, KY. Si1- "'. - W. T. FRANCIS, . .j Wt- .j ' WfllHi I I V w - Pjs fl,22'''1wTy Dentist. Mt Vernon, Ivy. R. W. DYCHE 12 (i HV ' W w"V,r. W-f- t & . '7A- - n MT. VERNON, KY. Office at residence on Main St, ". Crown and Bridge VVork a Work guaranteed. 'Specialty. . DENTIST " CO. .Williams, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- ft- VERNON. KY. OFFICE. On 2cd. floor o The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church street. Special attention given MT. to collections. Phone No. 80 Home and offico in tho lato residence Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old MalnSt., Mt. Vernon. By ropuest, the unfinished work contracted bv Dr. . .... Myers will bo completed by Ur. brands without oxtra charge. Ho is prepared to do anything in the dental lino Ct own and Bridgo work a specialty, w All work guaranteed. Will be in Brodhead ovory Tuesday and 'Livingston every Wednesday 3 C MoOLARY UNDERTAKER '5 ST and MAIMER apr-28-tf- MP ALLEN QUARTERMANE JUL. My horse, Allen Quartermane, such a place. will he at T. N. Noe's stable, one mile west of Ml. Vernon, everv Wednesday and Saturday, and the For soreness of the muscles I will, at the same time and place rest of the lime will be at my stable whether induced by violent exer- stand a good jack five year old, near Brodhead. He will make the cise or injury Chamberlain's Lini black with white points. 14 Reason of 191 at $8,00 to insure a ment, is excellent. This liuiment hand high and- a good breeder, Three steamers sailed from the living colt. Clyde with 3- 500 emigr.an.Js for the i also highly esteemed for thejj$6.oo for horse colt, $8.00 for mare of rheuma colt; relief affords MODE CRAWFORD. unitea mates and L'anada. wM 'is. itouiu i..',ni... r-- . . law. di.i uy vuas.. Brodhead, Ky. Directors of the Central of Ge of'n? gia railway adepted a plan to effect f HI ATT, KY. Win Always tMgt Bears the Burt ta j? I Kliul Ji Mn lointavawways bihijot a settlement with dissatisfied Phone in Residence. Qlgnatu bondholders. of AliJLMa splmdd young Jack, i5 Sick .headache results from a hands high, will be three years old disordered condition of tho stomach nth day of July, will be allowed to Go carefully over your farming and can be cured by the use of serve a limited number of mare3 chemo as you worked It last season Chamberlain's Stomach and Livm at $10 to insure a living colt. try to discover the weak spots anrr For sale by Tablets. Try it. set to work to remedy them. W. Five years old, 16 hands high) a Chas. O. Davis. WILDIE, KY If you hnvo plenty of pasture and Mnhogony bay, sired by- the great venl ,cnlf will mako nlc"' Tilk. that "Dignity Dare" 1982; he by Chest baby beef this fnll late, either for Court and Lodgo Directory or lor the home meat supply, ter Dare No 10; he by Black Squir COIMTS it rel No. 58; he by Black Eagle No. Circuit Court, 1st Monday In January, (4 j It Is estimated that 90 per' cent or weeks), 4tli Monday In April (two weeks), he poultry product of the country .54; he by King William No, 67; he 3rd Monday In August (three weeks). Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, have frequent headthr-- by.'Washington Denmark No. 64; "ome. from the farm, and that aches, coated tongue, bitter or bad taste in morning, Quarterly Court, 1st Monday in rncli al'ue of these Is close to $300,000,(100 he by Gains Denmark No. 6t. belching of gas, acid risings in throat after " , month. yearly, eating, stomach gnuw or burn, foul breath, dizzy spells, first dam is by SilSilver Dare's County Court, 4th Monday in eaeh month. poor or variablo appetite, nausea at times and kindred symptoms P Iron lr ver King; he by Ontime No. 745; A few drops of tincture-oMt. Vernon Police .Court, 3rd Monday in he drlnltlng water makes an excel he by Stonewall Jackson No 72; each month. If you have any considerable number of the ent spring tonic for tho poultry". Ii above symptoms you aro suffering from bilioushe by Washington Denmark No 64 I.ODQK'J (Ones up the system and makes rich ness, torpid liver with indigestion, or dyspepsia. This beautiful young stallion is a Ashland Lodge Ko. 04o, F. A A, M nieets Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is made led blood. up of tho most valuable medicinal principles combined horse, is a fine harness on the 2nd and 4th Monday in each month At known to medical science forthe permanent A ' Whilo there Is more or Ies preju- horse, is a nice smooth run and 7:3d ). II, cure of such abnormal conditions. It is a most dice against tho ,dee ofrye.ns food Mt Vernon lloyal Arch Chaptor meets at efficient liver invigorntor, stomach tonic, bowel for farm animals, It foYnis a valuable' walker aud could be made a fine 2 p. m. on the 1st Monday Iu each month'. regulator and nerve strengthener. to oats and barley for live, gnited horse. He has proven himaddition Landrum Council No. Ci), meets 3rd Mon The "Golden Medical Discovery" is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum, s stock'ln Germany, and attested a full' list of its ingredients' being printed on its self a great breeder. Colts come day In each month tit 7:30 p, in, under oath. A glance at these will show that it contains no alcohol, or harmChipler, Order Thematter of keeping records Is Im- with good size, style and nction Franklin and 4th Thursday's Easternp, Star, drugs, It is a fluid extract made with pure, ful at7:3u tn. portant, The farmer should bo able and most all saddle. His colts meets 2nd Mt Vernon IMpe No. 310, I. O. O. P. to take account of stock at the forest plants. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Props., Uuflfalo, N. Y. of ovory year, the samo ns won a number of first prizes at meets every Suturduy evening at 7 o'ch ck. any merchant does. Brodhead Fair last season. This horse will 'tnae the season If we neglect the hen houses thin mile of spring till they are alive with lice and of iqi 1 at my stable. mites, we deserve the. consequences. Hintt Postofftce at 10 to insure a It will take but a few minutes to clean l'vingcolt. Season money bt comes It out thoroughly and not much, longW ' :t i" er to soak roosts, boxes and every- due when colt comes or mare sold thing else with kerosene. A coat pf or parted with. Pasture for mares W.EAR whitewash can be put on almost as' at reasonable price and will give quickly, and good dry NOTHING IN IT but what should be there. NOTHING shoveled In when .the, filthy floor has' them my personal attention, but boon cleaned out. Follow this kero-- . will not be responsible for accidents LACKING that will improve it. ten jlav.gpF seoe, business See this horse before eo for a t)mo and It will bo a pretty or escapes. tough louse or mite that stays around breeding your mares, My variety of crops certainly udds'lq' the pleasure of living. If he can hav'ijl on his table tbe early strawberries1 and the lute blackberries. A ' ffim Siiielvj mTPgg SJ I Nine hundred union bricklayers quit work in Cleveland Monday in an attempt to force the contractors to allow them n halt holiday on Saturday. The existing curtailment of about 25 per cent, in the cotton goods industry will be increased during the next few months. I992, he by Lynn Boyd 44, he by Tom Bovd go, he by Cabboll's Lexington- F. S , he hv Gist's Black Hawk, he by Blood's Black Hawk, he by Vermont's Black Hawk, he by Sherman Morgan, he by Justice Morgan 1st Dam Anna Roona, a most excellent ssddle mare, sired by a son of Limber Jim. J. Boyd, without a doubt, is the best saddle stallion, in Rockcastle County. - Madison tllcrTi ti tintirld Boyd" e vnororvlrl- - citorl T M Howell, a DODu'.ar druereist 0tJ lireensruirg, ,Ky,, says, "Ve usifCmYnTnerTain's "GeHgli-Reffleiu ounown household atid know it For sale by Chas. is excellent." C. Davis.. dy t The Chinese revolutionaries arel threatening Speklung on the Eastl River, north of Hongkong. deaths There were thirty-eigh- t from the bubonic plague in Amoy, China, during the past two'weeks. The rebuilding of tbe Russian I navv Involves tbe expenditure ofl $400,000,000. TRADE MORAL The merchant who is trying to do business without advertising is winking at Dame Fortune through blue spectacles. He knows he's winking, but she doesn't. 'is a good advertising medium. This-pape- JOHNPARKES SILVER DARE, - r H.JONES. mar-Le- . What Ails You? "heart-burn,- " f .' bottle-wrapp- - habit-formin- g triple-refine- d 1 ' HANNA'S GREEN SEAL "THE MADE TO -- PAINTS ZZjSt clean-earth- . JACK - Possesses Every Essential Quality Stanford. Kv " 1 1 r..: uu "" Pigments scientifically combined, and finely ground in Pure Linseed Oil. Not. o Little Lead and a Lot of Zinc, but a LOT OF LEAD and a LITTLE ZINC. Costs more to make, but the people want it. . OASTOXIIA. Yoil R. L. SMITH, '- FOn 8ALE BY z&tfm& T.'Nv NOE, Mt Vernon, Ky. , nr-31-tf. . ( A. ,i,f JL.. J