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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 2. 1911. i brothers from n ereat many lodges get, The little child of Mr. and and we hope they went away sat- Mrs. Joe O' Mary is very sick. J. B. Donelly, the good natured isfied mid will often call to memory "Uncle" George Pope is gradually Irishman, has beeu puny for a few the day spent in Livingston. growing weaker, atie" his recovery days, but we believe he wili get bet T. M. Dees, E. I. Anderson, 'An; is doubtful. J. W. Baker, Jr., of ter now as he will soou go to holMt. Vernon, was here Sunday. lowing "hello" over the telephone dy Bullock, Ike. Stewart, Barney Mr. Henry Anderson, of Brodhesd instead of using the dots and dash- Anderson and P. M. Dees werO in was here at the dedication of the es. The L. &' N. is putting up a Mt. Vernon Monday. Ed Wood-alMasonic Hall Saturday. Henry the London .salesman, was in new sand house and a new office at Livingston Tuesday. R L. Payne Hibbard, ot Pongo, bought of the roundhouse. Joseph Mink, of Clearance Durham one yoke of oxRichmond, has been visiting his of the Calloway section has been en for t Mr. and Mrs C. A. 15 brother, J. R. Mink at this place. given a good Job with a construc- Blanford and diughter, Mis Ella We see some of the old scribes tion company .at Hazard, Ky,, and Mae. soent Sundav in Parksvillr. have again commenced writing. left a few days ago to accept the Mr muu iTwo itri, aA n, niiwi iuiuuii Send in our letter everv week, get position. Hugh Jenkins was in who were thinking of locating here Bernstadt Tuesday visiting busy and gather the news and not nasi carae iV1ay in searcn 01 a nouse, be afraid of o erstocklngjthe matk relatives. The members of the but were unable to Drocure a va .:,.. t,..,i, r ,..ii.. .,.u-.- i v.u.i.., ...c ncniiug inc.. et tn the wy of news. We work church house to a new coat of cant .one "" Mr,'A' ' annington was every dav and write one night or ir "'" .1... ,"c,,,Bl Ulr.i l,,t aid we. paint. Sav. vou that wanted warm n prt of each week J . . tt... .i... .i.t' Mr. ad) laviorweni r.inkn,,i.oiik U.Y VW...W. IM.S. know you all can spare that much .... uHttuv j uio uvcii weather suit 0u? With 90 odd !v nKnhir. iv a n ,.r n. uun iUan time. there for some time visiting her from degrees beating down upon us, we R. J. Lemons has returned will wager that vou are singing sister, Mr. and Mrs. Tavlo. will Louisville. Miss Rebecca WoodNola "Prom Greenland's Icy Moun return in a few days.-M- iss son was in Ml. Vernon Tueaday. tains." Roy Magruder was in Mt, Jones, of Berea, visited Miss Ell Qeore Martin has returned from Mae Blanford Monday T, Griffin, Vernon Monday on business a trip to Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr. W. of Jelloco, was in our town MonRay Beutley who has a good posiH. Joyncr has moved tion in Louisville, is here visiting day. The L & N. has installed street. J. A. Oliver has moved in hju father, Capt. A. N. Bentley telephones and in a short time to one of Bowman & Cockerell's and the family of Judge H. D. "hello" will be heard on the wires houses, W. E. Graves the Horse W. A, Rice was in Cincinnati SundaMagee. Robert Mink was in Lo Lick farmer, was in our town Says-Mrs. James Neal of CovingJoe turdayMrs. II. M. Mtnk, of isville last week. LondonCbildreis ton, is visiting relatives here. and is has returned from Jackson county, has been visiting Living- James Newconib is the boss fisher now at work here.-'-T- he her mother, Mrs R. ones. Judge ston Lumber Co started their saw of thifi section, on Iqst Friday H D. Magee, after spending a few mill Monday, Sam Ward, .lr., of nigh the caught a cat fish that days in Louisville, has returned. Chicago III , is here visiting his weighed ?S pounds and sold it to The banquet given by the Ma parents, Mr. and Mrs Ram Ward. H. W. Bowman for $3 Miss joas at the Masonic hall was some Georgia McPerron, of Pine Hill We wish to say in correction ot thing nice and every body was was the guest of Mrs. J. P. E, highly pleased. It was a grand an item of last week that E L. D'limmond Saturday Miss Marfeast, and we wish to say for the Cockerell purchased the property garet McClary wis the attractive ladies that took such an active of L. H. Davis, but for his nephew. guest of Misses Florence and Flora part, that your efforts were crown-e- l John Cockerell. The delegntlon Pennington and Ella Mae Blan. with success; and when Living of Masons that attended the dedi- flint 1.1sfc U'PrtL- - Mica Allma VlTnrA m:, w....i to do a thin she catiou of the new Masonic Hall )a ufci,i.. 1111:3 .uyjiic n)l)UIH. ill. stou tti .ijiiiuj, never leaves any thing undone. A from Mt.. Vernon were J. A. I.ai Mt Vernon Dr. Walker Owens beautiful talk was given on Mason drdm, J. W. Brown, E. S. AN m. Pntlun tl.JC llnro vvcuiiusuiy w.&w. ...t ....v. If1..nr.r1 ry by Grand Master Bitmam and'""gW, & u. l'ranieiin, beorge V T Davis, C. A. Davis. a grent deal of who'esome inform .Owens, will only . B- A Daily, Rev. Watson, a d Hon was iinparted.if we TM FLETQHER'S live up tcpt. 'JhCfVwere viiitlne others whose names we failed to l, LIVINW8T0.N LEBANON JUNCTION. Bralceman Pierce Cottongim visMrs ited in Pine Hill Wednesday 3K33rj3C&:OC& t...: .t.. ...u. """"' ,... "'"' ..." A !.. 1 cc, 1 on-Hig- hJ - nndt-rtuke- s 111 1 - Children. Ory Emmerson Rice, of Livingston, is visiting friends and1 relatives here this week. Conductor Tvree Gentry apd wife and Elmer Ping are with relatives in Mt. Vernon and Plato this week. Considerable work is being done in t,his town this Spring in the way oft building concrete sidewalks, (Jetting in f n sand widening stretts. Mr W. M Roberts, of Gum SulPm,r. is visiting his daughter; jura, uoug orown. Before return- ing to his home he will visit an- , M ra ,V..... TWr. -- mma ......w man. in Cincinnati. Decoration , . . m , . . l'U WU uumcivcu ucic iiicMiuy, TI. in ue nic cjtercises were iiciu JJ .1 clturch, consisting ot songs and a short ser,non bv Elder W- - c- Co,nPlell. of the Christian church, alter which the audience went to the Cemetrv and scattered flowers over a great many of the graves At an early hour Tuesday brake-ma- n Grover Smith, on returning from a frog bunt and just before alighting from his buggy, careless ly threw down the reins when his horse took fright and ran away throwing him out and burling hitu severely about tho faca and head. John Nevieus, who bad betn with Smith in the hunt had just got out of the buggy. Prof. C. W. Campbell, who has been principal of the school here. for two years, informs us that five of his pupils took examination for county teachers this year and four out of the five won first class certificates, while the fifth, who had not neon attending scuooi but a short while, carae within two per cent of a first class certificate. This speaks much for Prof. Camp bell, who is also known as Elder Campbell, and who was Pastor of Brodhead Christian church two v it n i 1 v 1 t l in 011 .nmn ptp j vtvyiv.iwjwvi '''y 1 1 r sjrrif 3 Furniture, Stoves, Ranges. CARPETS, RUGS, MATTING, LINOLEUMS, OII - - - CLOTH AND LACE CURTAINS: - - COFFINS AND CASKETS AND A FULL LINE OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE TO SUIT ALL, MY PRICES ARE LOW, Mail Orders Shipped Same Day Received, .x ! , ,,.,,. "b 1.-- J Yours for Low Prices. S Sir.' L. H. K&x$yc&yc$&c DAVIS, LIVINGSTON, KY. tt-- , 'Ttf-'TSSw-'-t- --- r r t " &c&3a'sp&& 36tccc3 I.. LjyJfcJ; pf3i ni.y y?; .i years ago, also held protracted meetings at Maretburg and Buckeye churches three years ago and only last Sunday he preached the dedicatory sermon of the Buckeye church near Mt. Vernon using as a text, Mathew iGth chapter and iSth verse. Bro. Campbell reports having a Hue time as the County TO SOME CUSTOMER OP Sunday School Convention was A NICE PRESENT JUNE 17 OUR STORE. A large held there that day. crowd, good order, splendid proJust to keep you thinking of tho liveliest store in this section and gramme and lots to eat. to show our appreciation of your patronage we are now offering June 17 ,f ree, chojee of a mt ni) it it, V Free, Free! . 11 ABSOLUTELY FREE! iu '".. vli5sea Miranda . . Tate'and J"iV-- A'bnght will leave bunday tor a THEV'UE WORTH $6.00; THEY COST YOlTNOTHrNG' Lena HANDSOME 43 -PIECE DINNER SET .rt-r.lrl. - tog" rM. "a-'j- r??3 I J SPECIAL PRICES That ke Bound to Force BUSINESS Guarantee with every suit, : Some rare bargains in suits for those quick enough to get here IrhiYx !$ Nfef. itWmlt ' " ?sJp $J6.50 Suits for $13.50 11 15.00 tt 12.75 11 12.50 a 10.00 10.00 u 8.50 I j'-- " It is not our poliey to wait until the season is over to cut the price; The work? manship and quality in these suits are the best to be had and the prices are aston ishing. LADIES QUEEN SKIRTS Step in and let us show you through the best line of skirts 'that Was ever shown in this part of the 74S country, and Tans, Panamas, Voils, Serges and fancy Grays We guarantee every skirt to fit. SEND US YOUR MATL ORDERS in II 11 Ifl 'Mr Mh HIl ijnl I fill ..I su TC0N& $!iacDC3 McBEE not often that you have the opportunity to secure such valu ray, of Crab Orchard, has been able, beautiful and useful'articles free of cost. visiting he'r grandfather J. B. Farris. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Walk Pay nothing for the above beautiful presents All you " liav,o to do is to write your name on a card and guess at a er, ot inaitanooga ieun., nave , 'nuoiber.hidden under a gold seal on the card. been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J E. Arthur Anderson, of Wallin. Paris, is visiting his cousin, Henry Every time you buy $1.00 worth from us for cash YOU GET A Anderson.' GUESS FREE the more you buy tho more guesses you get and Mrs. K. B Sims does not seem you pay nothing for tnem. s .j-to he improving much. Miss Ora Even our small customers will be given tho same show, for we Brown, oi Level Green, has ac appreciate all trade, small or largeuand if you do not need n cepted a position as clerk for Mr. worth come any how, and we will give you tickets showing J. T. Cherry. Mrs. Jennie Brown amount of your purchase and when you have bought a dollar's and children will leave Sunday for worrh, bring in the tickets and get your guess free. Williamsburg and she will soon take her children to the Masonic REMEMBER, we give away one of the above useful prosents Home in Louisville. The Eastern JUNE 17 Star Lodgt will orgauize June coming to our store when in need The Livingston lodge will so don't miss aay opportunity of 14th. always guarantee our price and quality do the work. Bane Carson was in of goods in our line for we anybody else, and these nice presents Mt. Vernon Tuesday night and to bo equal or better than gained by OUR customers. got lost on the way home, but ar- are just that much extra rived home in time for breakfast. Your friends, Miss Elfzabeth Tharp has to her home after having a very paintul operation performed on her throat at the Norton KY. in Louisville. Mr. and PHONE 17. Mrs. I. F. Carter are visiting thdir in Shelby son and daughter Henry Anderson attended the splendid people were put in order county. Masonic banquet at Livingston and looked as fresh and , beautiful Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wallin, Saturday night. Frank McClary as the many p'retty maidens who Homer, Walter and Miss Beulah is visiting relatives here. R. G. so faithfully assisted in doing the To the Wa'lin have been visiting Mr. and Wilraott was at home Sunday honors of the occasion. Carter ctedit of Mount Vernon, be it Rev. Mrs. J. E. Wallin. Misses Jewel from Neptune. Francisco and Rosa Pike are preached at the Methodist church truthfully said that she is rapidly advancing in every way and one exoectinc to leave Sunday for! Sundav. g of these days ere long the Town Berea. Miss Carrie Frith is and county will be good to look in Stan friends and relatives DESERVED COMPLIMENT TO i., upuui ford and Danville. Rev. irvin, MOUNT VERNON PEOPLE. ot Nicholasville and Rev. Rogers, There is one medicine that every of Louisville are holding a pro The Somerset Times says: "The family should be provided with and tracted meetinc at the Christian during the summer good old Town of especially viz, Chamberlain's Colic, months; church. -- Rev. Sawyers, of Junction Pple of that can be depended on Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. City is visiting Mr. A. E. Albright Mouut Vernon to do the right thing when its It is almost certain to be needed. Dr. O. O. Stone, of Middlesboro, the notion. It costs but a quarter. Can you visited Dick Albright last week citizens once take Last Wednesday the beads of the afford to be without it? For sale, Mont Roberts and Herman Long houses visited by Cbas. C. Davis. have returned to their work in Louisville business metropolis of The vote to have the supreme Harlan county. Mr. and Mrs. F. our neighbors in the with one accord, lodge, Knights of Honor, meet a'j L Durham, of Ml. Vernon have Rockcastle and to show the Atlantic City in been visiiing relatives here. Miss her citizens decided 1912 was reconher gates what sidered at the closing session of Watson, of Mt. Vernon, was strangers within Clyde and how the convention in Mobile, Ala., at home last week. Miss Jewel a thrifty towu they had wide awake Mount Saturday and Louisville was Francisco and J. B. Frith were in clean and Scgnai. Maretsburg Sunday. Mrs. H. L. Vernon was. Even the chosen. edition Tharp is visiting Mrs. Joe Smith came out with an extra might The uniform success that has and Col. Jas. Maret is a at Hiatt. uwen uass wno is leie attended the use of Chamberlain's graphing at Hemp was at home Handy man in KeuinK um i.u and Diarrhoea Colic, Cholera Woodyard Owens left paper. The reports are that the has made it a favorite everywhere Saturday handsomely It can always be depended upon. Monday for Hot Springs Ark., Town never semned so The homes of her For sale by Cbas. C. Davis. where he will stay several weeks, attited. two weeks visit to relatives at Berea a id Richmond. Miss Myrtle Mur- It's V " . && dol-lar- 's t r ry ROBT. & E. B. COX, VERNON, MT. , i V visit--in- ! I M y ':1 ai'U"jjJM Whenever the Louisville Com- mercialClub can h;lp the Rood Friday, June. 2. tgli people 01 Ait. vernon. can on us and you shall have n prompt and hearty response. rViy ' Publiihtd every Hoping that our visit will bring EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. about a better understanding of our mutual interests and mutu dependence in the great work ot $I.OO SUBSCRIPTION ONK VBAR developing and upbuilding Ken tucky, I am, with assurances of Advertising rates made known on personal esteem. Yours very truly, application TllOS. C. TlMBRRLAKi; rT 'V W"TW !! J' ""rtp-r- t jr- - .,. prT'EWcsr rtm 'ii MT VERNON SIGNAL, j s3tt.:jcc$$D s'-tf- Jjj2j ASTORIA For Infants and Childron. CASTORU The ALCOHOL 3 PER CRNT. AUgelablcPrcparalionforAs-slmilaltotJihctefaMRcgula LADIES No doubt -you wish to cheer up your rooms with a few pieces of New Furniture, brighten up the old walls with New Paper and the floors with New Rugs. pl . -- J Kind You Have Always Bought lingUicStonuchsoiulBcMWof OPRINGhousecleanhg time MRMBKROF isvile, Ky. KRNTUCKYPKESS ASSOCIATION Promotes Washington, D. C. May 30 Like 1 the Standard Q Company, the Opiuiu.Morphine norMmcralJ American Tobacco Company has NOT NARCOTIC. been declared to be a trust in re jtrcyiroidDcSXid'iimcan. straint of trade and given some six Ampin Strd" call jUxJaum look or eight months to think up some manner wherein it may conform f I for A. FEW KINDLY end EXPRESS- to the requirementsof the Sherman see UaAnwktiia IONS PROM THE LOUIS-VILlt Law. Sbgor complete assortment- is ttutoyrtot ilonr. BOOSTERS. Am In an opinion bristling with Anprfect Remedv forConstlna I pungent adjectives and declarations prices ever tton , Sour Stomach.Dlarrhoo May 1911. that the Supreme Court is attempt27th, .Convulsioiis.Femtsh Worms My Dear Mr. Albright: ing to usurp the law making powers nessnndLossorSLEEP.I My heartiest congratulations are exclusively vested in Congress by lacSimile Signature of rendered upon our special edition the Constitution and amend the in welcome to the Louisville Sherman t law, Mr. Justice NEW YORK. Boosters The enterprise is ad- Ha'rdan yesterday disseuted in part mirable and dure is n snap and from the decree of the court in the sparkle about all of it that denotes American Tobacco Campany case the guiding hand of genius. unr&ntced under the too He agrees that the company and gilhtfihi The best uf .success to vou. its copartners are a combination in Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE eiNTKUn eOMMNT, NCW YORK CITY. Sincerely, restraint of trade and should be R. V. Brown, dissolved, but most emphatically Managing Editor. resents the remanding order to the Louisville Times lower court by which the dissolved ri Mt. Kdgai S. Alhiight, elements of the trust are to be re- there are people ready to co- - Mebbe they'll comeback "buttered' Mt. Vernon, Kentucky. When some fello.v boosts for formed "legally" into smaller com- operate in that way. you. binations. Mr. James Maret, BK A BOOSTER. His dissent, as expressed from DEAFNESS CANNOT BE Mt. Vernon, Ky. ' the bench, centered around two Do you know there's lots of CURED .pcDcc$ &$3G$pK2&3C$3tO$ptQfo Dear Sir: points. First, he took issue with people by local applications, as the; canThank vou for copies of the in every town, Settin' court for reach Signal, Mt. Vernon, Ky., which the the lower sending the case back Growlin' 'round broody chicken, not ear. the diseased portion of For rough, dressed and all kind ft like a the to There is only one way to of finishing lumber, mouldings, court. fe evidently was inspired by you and & by con Knockiu' every good this down? cure derfut.ss and that is have found nothing in the sah, doors, porch columns, and others to do its part in making stitutional remedies. Deaiuess is record," he said, "which makes Don't be that kind o' cattle. building material, wall other welcome the business men of 'Cause they ain't no use on earth, caused bv kn inHamed coud.tion of paper and picture frames oi all me at all anxious to perpetuate Louisville on their recent trip the mucous lining ot the Eustach- 1 any new combination among these You ,ust be a boos'er rooster, . ,au Tul)e Wb tube Jg n. sizes and kinds see. through Eastern Kentucky. Crow and boost for all you.re flimed vou have a rumbling souud companies which the court conR. S. Shivkl, I trust everything goes well with or imperfect hearing, ai d when it worth. cedes had at all times exhibited a Ky Builder & Contractor, you in Rockcastle countv. conscious wrong doing." If your town needs boostin' boost is entirely closed, Deatness is the Ky. Brodhead, Very truly yours, result and nnless the inllamation 'er. In the second place he reiterated Gko. G. Hall, can be taken out and this tube Fou S ai.k: A gocdNew Home Dou't bold back and wait to see restored to its normal the objections he expressed in the COMPLETE LINE condition, Sewing District Superintendent. machine and a good second Standard Oil decision of two weeks If some other fellow's willin lle.irinp ivill Up fiirnunrCoffins, Caskets and Robes. East Tenuessee Telephone Co. Sail right in this country's free; nine cases out of ten are caused hand organ, both in good condition ago to the adoption of the "rule All Mail, Telegraph og Telo. Louisville, Ky. of reason" as a standard for No one's got a mortgage on it, bv Catarrh, ' which is nnthinir' !,,, Call at Miller house. O o plione orders Prompt May, 29th. iOii. ascertaining what restraints. . of It's just yours aimuch as his, an K iflamedo3drtion of the Pknny Pictures: I will be in w 1. Mr. James" TvTareFi rauaous surfaces. Filled. trade violated the Sherman anti- If your town U shy on boosters, Wildie Saturday June 3rd, lor one - We will You get in the boostin' biz. give One Hundred week only, prepared to make all General Manager Rockcastle trust law. Hotqe Telephone Co. If things just don't seem to suit Dollars for any case of Deafness kinds of pictures, penny pictures a (caused by catarrh) that cannot be specialty. Murray Gazette: A suggestion you, Mt. Vernou, Ky. EBERHART, of an economical way of graveling world seems kinder cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. tnay-2And the My dear Mr. Maret: Photographer. 2t Send for circulars, fre. wrong, I was very much gratified to public toads was made Dy SuperIt is worse than useless to take F. I.Ghknfv& Co , meeting What's the matter with a boostin receive your esteemed lavor of visor Hargrove at the W internally fot any medicines Toledo, O. (he 27th. inst., and, iu behalf of of the Fiscal Court that should Just to help the thing along; muscular or chronic rheumatktn. the Louisville Commercial Club, have the approval of every citizen 'Cause if t'.iugs should stop agoin' Sold by Druggists, 75c. All that is needed is a free applicaTake Hall's Family Pills for tion of Chamberlain's Liniment. We'd be iu a sorry plight, thank you for your kindly express- of the county and the backing ot Mr. Hargrove You just keep thai hornablowin' constipation. For sale by Chas 0. Divis. ions. Our visit to your beautiful, the fiscal officers Boost 'er up with all your might. little city was one ot the most en- said that if be was empowered to Former Senator William A John W. Gates, who appeared as Your have every roadband work six If you know some feller's failin's joyable in our itinerary. a witness before the Special House Clark, of Montana, is seeking to cordial welcome and the sweet days this year on their respective Just forget 'em, cause you know Committee investigating the steel have the assessment of his Fifth- singing of your children will lone roads and be allowed to secute That same feller's got some good trust Saturday, declarad that the avenue residence in New York points, remain a most pleasant recollection; teams to haul gravel at i per day accumulation by tlv Trust Com reduced. He insists that the house Them s the ones you want to pany of whilst the push and enterprise dis- - he could gravel more road at less America, of New York, in and lot are worth only $2,100,000, show. played by your newspaper and the expense than was ever done and he 3 1907, of a great block of the while the 1910 assessment is citizens generally are still the can. In fact the supervisor has "Cast your loaves out on the waters collateral of the Tennessee Coal & 500,000. , ' They'll come back'' 's a saying subject of most favorable comment, recently graveled 0 stretch of road Iron Compauy made possible the The first wedding of an Atueri- - If you are having any such trouble nbout your watch 01 clock, and are but auguries of your future on this plan and in rainy sections true, acquisition of thai company by the can girl in Berlin in several yedi's just turn Jt ovor to ns ft(i jf jt (ops nofc j jfc rim ftlj q Miss Mabel United States Steel Corporation. took place Saturday. i,!,. cost you nnf We guarantee our work. Give us a LI :iliil Mexico's new Presideut, Fran- McClmtock Payne, of Baltimore, We do all kinds of soldering and repair work. von cisco de la Barra, Saturday devoted was nnrried to Baron En.st his first official duties to the final Schiothe. disposition of the insurrecto army The General Assembly of the aud to plans for payment of the Presbyterian Church closed its AT DR. S C. DAVIS' DRUG STORE, costs of the revolution. Diplomats sessions in Atlanta City Sunday. f" KY. estimated that the war in Mexico less than $20,000,000 has cost not in gold aud Unit of that For Infants and Children. FOR FLETCHER'S amount was due' to losses sustained The Kind You Have Always Bought by foreigners. r President. Louisville Commercial Club, Lou Bears the Signature of fft 1l ' is here. AW IN VI T e yo u . Ifv In to and and E Anti-Trus- ill Use through my stock from beginning to the great bargains have you. The and the the largest and most made. the fewest that have - "Si For Over anti-trus- Thirty Years A S Largo Shipment of Rugs, Carpets and Mattings, Just Arrived f"v CASTORIA S.B.McKENZIE IE FURNITURE HI tpc$ac$3cc&cc Phone JJ3. MT. VERNON, KY. ai, '4&SS5x2j&? 'I I GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER - Brodhead Apr.-29-i- - JbMil , &Hm Ati 35 - 1$&&3'$P& XDCX 6 lst T WATCH? i ifi V DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME? IF NOT, WHY NOT? t - 1 SELZ ROYAL BLUE Shoe Value isn't iri the Price You Pay; its in the pleasure FRANK MOORE, one-tent- h CASTORIA MT. VERNON, Children Cry ! ' They must fit right, as well as look right.-'Hint'- s Vou gut in wearing the shoes. lilthe reason that. SELZ shoes, made on foot form measurements and ted to your feet by expeit .salesmen, make it easy to buy shoes here; and make it an everyday joy. to vear the shcea after you've bought them. J YOU WANT SMART STYLES IN SHOES fit. It's and there's no reason you shouldn't get that as well as quality and styles that young men a marked feature of our SELZ line; the smirt; snappy, like; and that older men don't object to. SELZ SHOES here for men, women and children. Wo Guarantee SELZ SHOES. CHAS. B. McKENZIE SUCCESSOR TO McKENZIE & MeBKE What was probably the most enthusiastic good roads meet ever had in Westem'Keutucky was held Saturday at Glasgow wbere more than i.ooo delgates were gathered to discuss the proposed central route fiom Louisville to the Liucoln farm. It is siul that assurances of aid were received from every point between Were and Glasgow. In the Tennessee Senate Saturday a resolution was offered by A. A Adams, o'l Wilson county, regular Democrat, providing fot a committee of five to confer with uhU Senator Lea, for t)ie fusiouists dooking to some Settlement of Ttfnhessees legislative -- . troubles. Negotiilions looking to a final adjustment of tlfe controversy be tween the Southern railway and its 2.4000 firemen, caused by the demands ol the'latter for n 20tper cent. Increase 'in wages will begin early next week before mediators under the Kidman act. Champion Ad Wolgast gave Frankie Burns such a beating tuat the second threw up the sponge in the seventeenth round. GovV-foooper Bears the Signature of CASTO Rl A Vernon fyuc&u Mount Monumental "I Suffered Intense Pains in My Left Side." ' Dr. ANNOUNCKMRNT. We arc authorized to aiiiioimco ft. M. NAW.ARn as a candidate for Roekc.istle nnd Laurel counties oiibject to the action of the Republican party. Krpre-senlatie- WORK ' Do you realize it is better to be safe than sorry, that it is the best policy to lock the stable door before the horse is stolen? Mile' Heart Remedy fi to announce R. G. as a candidate for Representathe of Rockcastle and Laurel counties, subject to the notion of the Republican par' ty We are authorized WE-- i" cured Mrs. C. C. Ciokey, of a stubborn case of heart disease, such as thousands are now suffering with. Read what she says: ' "Before I been takine Dr. Mllei' Heart Remedy 1 ad been suffering ' 1 We arc authorized to announce R. B. Thompson as a candidate for Representa- the of Rockcastle and uiurei counties, subject to the action of the Republican party. 3 C MeCLARY and EMBALMER UNDERTAKER Granite Monuments of all Estimates turnished kinds. application. on GEO OWENS Propr. Phono 1 RJIaniifantiirar of r "' if miDEALER Marbles 11 and and heart trouble for over five yeari. I had crown to weak that it was imposiible for me to do thirty minutes work in a whole day. tN suffered intense pains In mvleitiida and under the left shoulder blade. I could nut sleep on the left side, and w" 10 ihort ol breath that 1 thought I hould never be able to take afuU breath again. The least excitement would bring on the most distressing I had scarcely taken a e of the Heart Remedy before 1 could see a marked change in my congl ion. I began to sleep well, hid a good appetite, and so rapidly that when 1 had taken six bottles I was completely cured. MRS. C. C. GOKEY, Northfield, Vt. Jiom hali-bottl- I v V i ' 12 fltlHQMl Stanford, Ky. If you have any of the symptoms Mrs. Gokey mentions, Jt is your duty to protect yourself. POSTED. Any one guilty of trespassing on m, property will bo proseuuted to tho full oxtent of tho law. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy. what you need. If the first bottle fails to benefit, your money is returned. Ask your druggist. is MILES MIOICAL CO., Klkhart, Mas Maiiala JonkS, im. Mt Vernon, Ky. ! V X Tfyj"-y- N iiiimi ,i w i,M Mr. VW N SIGNAUSwroMNWW 1911 y- - NfmttntfitiMttiftttitftffitfttffiftifmji MT VBRNON. KY.Jnne2. aaaPWfaaaaaaaaaaamfi mHFl maaaaamaaaaam 7.9 Coll up "No. 79" you wHiutuCiimmiin onto with HIONAL "79 III 'III m As FISH'S GUARANTEE!) CLOTHES YOU WILL SAY bonWs You See 1 V iir fct was $?; touitviiic 4NAMvni.t n i lsMf (. R.CO. 22T THAT FISH LEADS THE TOWN IN CLOT HES FOR YOUNG MEN lmaaaaammaaaaawi ' -- aotvorri. TIME TABLE. .22 north.? 4.55 pm ,24' north t 3:52 am "vfc 23' south .'..., 11:44 a tr .12:191111) PUT IT OFF ANOTHER MINUTE! ' ...::. ' i mammvmaml LaaaaaaaWi COME RIGHT IN TO-DA- Y AND Tas. Landrum, Agent. LET US SHOA YOU THEBEST IN WW Phone No. j8. EVERYTING WORN BY MEN, YOUNG MEN AND BOYS Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoflice mall matter. Hi secoii(l.pls We Guarantee Every Suit to Give Satisfaction PERSONAL Jesse Pike continues ill. Mrs Mnrgaret Griffin has quite ill. been uiee m2Q down Boys' $7.50 down Look for the Sign of VJLJ if II HSKfM J. T. Proctor him been very sick for the past week. Fred Ow;ns has gone to work in a Cincinnati machine shop. Charley Adams was over, (from I grandfather and has wept so in Williams has been Httend-Hazelpatch, Ky. Despite the dry weather crops Notice: All parties holding The wild strawberry crop, which May 31st. 1911. cessantly for weeks language is mg London court for past two js iarEe tliis vear. is beine iniured eem to be growing nicely. claims against the estate of W. M. " Mt. Vernon, Signal: inadequate to express the sympathy weeks. bv dry weather. The Winchester Granite Brick Mink deceased will present same to of this little village that we feel for her. The people me, properly proven on or before Miss Mattle Butner is visiting Many farmers have not finished Co., at Dudley, are having a good were shocked yesterday evening J. R. Tankersley. relatives and friends in Kingston breaking up all their hnd on ac- number of orders for their product Satuiday June 17, 1911. when it was learned that the spirit A. J. Haggard. and Beroa. count of dry weather, Mrs, Delia Mason, of Dudley, June-Smithland Banner: Thers is a of that grand old man, John P. Administrator. 3t. Lewis Miller assisted in C. C. died Tuesday of consumption. She Spring chickens are coming in Huston had tacen its flight to that remedy for both the school question Davis' drugstore during absence Notice: I have sold my inter- celestial home on high. He was nnd the road question which would was a daughter of the late George very slow. Raisers seem to be Miss Alice Ward of Livingston of proprietor. est in the R. M. K. Flour Co., at born in the state of New York in eliminate illiteracy in Kentucky A. Proctor, holding for larger growth. has been the attractive guest of .Livingston, to my son, W. H. Dispatchers J. P. E. Drummond Miss Myrtle Bryant. 1833. Went to Canada when a and get us out of the mud also. Interest"in church ana Sunday The Rockcastle Freestoue Co., Krueger, and all business for that young man and Geter Falin were visitors here ' remained tuere tor For education, pass a compulsory Miss Berta Chandler, of Maret-burWildie, are doing a big business school work are as well as edu- - omauv should be addressed to a few days since. several years, then came to Ken- educational law, not a pretendpd cational affairs, is on the increase was the guest of Miss Joe in stone, both rough and sawed. Livingston instead of Mt. Vernon. tucky hi 1861 enlisted in the compulsory educational law, but John J Jones, who is engaged throughout the county. ,.. Davis first of the week. , The Lewis, Wilson and Hix Co., Fritz Krueger. in telegraphic work In Federal Army and was a brave one that raeaus what, it says nnd Johnson, our former is G. T. Mrs. Mary Hysinger, widow of Mt. Vernon, Ky. are getting out big runs of lumber here with his family for a two and gallant soldier in the ranks ol says what it means and enforce it townsman has moved his family months visit from the Stewart lauds near Wildie. the late S. D. Hysinger, and Char or fine the Trustees, the ConstaLast Friday was the beginning the 8th Ky., until the close of the from Berea to Loudon. ley Burton, a son of Reutyn Bur J, T. Adams his been at comity ble, the Sheriff and "Big Ben" the latest thit'gout in of the closing exercises ot the first war. Returning to his Ky., home officials W. S Fish and Herbert Kin Lebanon hospital under treatment way of alarm clocks can be seen at ton. were married list week. it is not enforced. if T - ... nnrl n most successful vear's work in 1365 he took up the quite avo nard' were down from Stanford of Dr. McChord during past week. telephone exchange. ' at Mullins The stone cations of life again and in 1867 Amend Section 4748b of Kentucky Its a bumVernon Graded School yesterday,, between trains. He bus been very sick but is much mer. and oftheMt. Quarry Kqm-peSparks Statutes so as to permit any Station, Prof. Houaton and his splendid was married to Miss Martha acted impioved and will, Jf impiovement county or magisteiial district to John. Pearl Luudrum Sparda are running full time and faculty who survives him. His two have been untiring in their The Kentuckj Freestone Co, at a majority . nssUtanfgent while Russol Proctor continues be able to return home having a large output. lh.e sand sons, H. O. Husjton, of this, place vqte a .road ax-efforts to do the greatest good a.re u,ig 'marie a flyingrtrrpiiCmdnnatIr within business at the Cluro plant is possible, Maretburg vote, and extend 'the right of the "'" their usual force in their work'aud and it is very evident 'that and E. K. Hustcn. of V lively. Fiscal Court to issue bonds for Mrs. M. C. Williams was one LOO A their efforts have notvf been in have been constantly at his bedside doing a nice business. are of the number whp went to London for many days with the best phy such county or magisterial disFoil Saw$ or Exchange FORvain. Itobert Payne has accepted a F,very time jou think 'of someto attend the C. W. B. M. ConProperty: One pair of Comput-- j Qa Friday evening was a sichns procurable, but alas, disease trict or levy a tax as indicated This thing to wear look for the sign of position as foreman with Jones & ing Scales. Compute from 2 to 60 vention. be by the county or district. representation of school work by preyed upon his ials and Davis who are constructing railroad would enable every Pish. amendment Mrs. Anna Miller spent the the Good shape ai grades. cents per pound. On Saturday evening has gone from among us. Ne'er grade near Hazard, Perry county. as week in Stanford doing stenog Lecture on Sanitation by Dr. Draws 100 pounds. was an open session of the Pilot again will we listen to his fatherly magisteiial district to do just and acurate. it pleases as to the road question. CirThe R K Flour Co , doing busi It interested call or write raphic woik for the Lincoln Carpenter at Court House Friday Literary society; Monday evening counsel which he freely gave his neighbors sons as well as his own. Some districts in our county would cuit court. evening at 2:30 P. M. June 2, uess at Mt. Vernon and Livingston T. M. DEES, an entertainment by the grades; vote a heavy load tax in a hilrry Methoseem to be doing a land office june-2-tf- , Livingston, Ky. "The Rev. and Mrs. M. G Fish were Come. Little Lullaby Ladies", He was a member of the a consistent for gravel or stone roads, but the dist church and lived busiuess not only in the flour and among the delegates to the SunThe Government weather foreConsiderable interest- - is being "Little Miss VinWinkle" and and model life. We know and county as a whole would not, iu but wholesale, day school convention at London cast is received from Louisville shtpstuff line minife.ited in the boys corn grow- - "How the Story Grew." At each feel the sorrow that Grandma Our opinion. But if one district groceries as well. Weduesdny. by Mt, Vernbu exchange" daily 'ing clubs throughout the , county. of these entertainments the school Houston now endures, who for could do it, the rest would drop in full seating Rev. Harry Sclmffer preached In Mrs M. C Williams except Sunday and holidas. This Mr. and As it is itiio the corn crop of the chapel was taxed to its long years has shared the joys line in self protection. and son, Jahies, of Somerset, spent forecast is for the people and you his farewell sermon at Mt. Ver- United States was 158.000,000 capacity by,the patrons and friends 44 our county we thick It is in And life together. school. It is the hope and and sorrows of He will go bushels more than in Sunday until yesterday with Mr. can get same at, anytime by (jailing' non Sunday night. 1909. Corn of the and her sons and their many other counties. ' Williams' mother. East to take a special course It is clubs was responsible for the expectations of Prof. Houston whe to her, up "central", this place. families the community extend with much regret thg, Christian greater portion of this increase. was unanimously chosen for an It is rumored that Judge L. W. Tho Bacca'aureate seimon oi the And to the sympathy. other tetm, that next year's work their Bethurum will announce his can- Brown Memorial School will be church gives him up As vet no FOR FLETCHER'S from the Louisville will be still better, as it is hoped grand daughter, little Anna HousEchoes didacy tomorrow for nomiuiltion prenched at the Presbyterian one has been secured o take his ton, who was so devoted to her ' Boosters visit to this place recently that some ot the inconveniences on Republican ticket for State Church Sunday Morning. At the place. souud mighty pleasant to.the ears encountered last year will be re Auditor, Mr. C. W. Ping, one of- our evening service the Communion of of the citizens of Mt Vernon and moved before another year, one A. J. Fish has finished repairing the Lord's Supper will be observed oldest citizens, died Monday night Rockcastle. If many more such that of seating capacity. the residences of F. L Thompson and new converts will be baptized at the home of his daughter, Mrs. flattering letters are received we especially, is now considering the board and J W. Vau Winkle and is now and publicly received into the J. T. Proctor, of a comphcathn of may begin to feel as though we The to take to relieve this sitbest step diseases. He had been on the working on residence of Judge church. were the whole cheese and part of uation. for decline several months. Lewis. Dee Cnmmins has been appointed the hoop thrown in. Mrs. Grimes, who Is an attendant live stock inspector for Rockcastle The burial took place Wednesday Loaned, lost, strayed, or toted Makes Home Baking Easy teachers, players, at Eastern asylum Lexingtonre-por- t Those desiring to.tttkesheep out of in Elm wood cemetery. away, two pairs of small, pliars or 'conno improvement in the Mrs. Eric Bergland, of Baltimore county, move them from one tho capable of critics, . Smith who is locality to another or'even move Md who had the MtFarland wire cutters, one smoothing plane dition of Mrs, and a wheatitone. Return tp telea patient from trfis place. from one farm to anot her must memorial church erected nt this or expressing opinion on of and receive reward the phone exchange pointer and paper have them inspected by the counh place, has lately) had placed Carson the piano skill of first-cla- ss are front wall of the'building a marble or punishment as the case may banker has recently repapered the inspector. as made and provided in ; tablet bearing the following in Christiau church and is now rekindly, cordially and respectfully solicited to call statutes of the commonwealth, un Mesdames C. G. WilHams, Cleo painting residence of C. C. Williams Browu, W. J. Sparks, S. F. Bow scription: dtr the constitution of the U. S. A., "In loving memory of my Western continent. May. be re and assisted by Mr. Howell, of man and Meshac Gentry and Miss mother, Maty E. McFarland, who turned one at a time or In bunches. Matt Williams went as delegates departed this life on September 10 of PROGRAMME John Pope, who recently assumed from Mt. Vernon to the convention 1815; She being dead yet speaketh. the management of Eight Gables of the C. W. B. M. which met at Between five and six huudred Of Commencement Exercises of Hotel, Livingston, shows proper London Tuesday. JUIss Matt Wil Louisville, purchased of enterprise by having a telephone Hams responded to the address of people were present at the Sunday Brown Memorial School A long needed conven-enc- e welcome in a most happy and School Convention held at Buckeye installed and received its first years Sunday June 4TH, for that hostelry. wln.e Mrs Sunday, which was also the dedica manner, pleasing 11:00 A. M.' Baccal.iureale e mon 1st, J 9 . on Judge and Mrs. B: J. Bethurum Sparks, in a very interesting talk tion of the handsome new church by Rev. G. S. Wafson. was recently On building spent a portion of the week with told of the Ju ilee work. M. Bible Exercises. been shipped and above piano The3edicator, sermon 3:30 P. relatives here. The, Judge was on Wednesday was the Sunday School erected. Tijhs-daJune 6th. The only baking powder fly Re W. C. as follows: his return from Pineville.where he Convention, and Mt. Veruoii was was preached 8:00 p. Mv ..Entertainment by Un- matto front Royal Grapo led Judge, and represented at this,, by Messrs Campbell. TakinfLuafthe Sunday had been , as special dergraduates. Cream of Tartar LivX7 . ...!. r.19AA .....,. ..w., I? atr frxm rL-- - fy State uuu ... t? . T7iVt ilwir1 nfirl' Mrs. netuurura wa f""luB nuuinw. Wednesday June 7T11. NOALUMjiOUME PHOSPHATE the 0. W. B. M,'Couveution at and Miss Dai jy Fish. "The, Grade Suuday school Kv an;list gave 3:30 p. m. Kindergarten Circle. from LivingSecond Svstem in the Bible School" was an interesting talk telfhi g of tho t nA Spring Song Drill. t AstateA followed work shipr n: Wanted: Detectives in Rockto of Liberal, Mo., -- -, he subiect of a most interesting, ... done fTin the. ' of School Exhibition ....,,... .... ,-- . J. J. f uu. uj nui. uUUiliu d. Rev Schafier castle and adjoining counties, for of, article roau uy .Milled h.rr Mondav. on account Woik. to oy nnu Rev, m, u. im&h who made to field work, experience Ulv " the death r 1113 IULI1L1 n,.r! a. nndwntcu ne also uiusiruieu by p. m. Piano Recital, by pupils local and day and on the Sunday school 8:30 article read short talks not required. $300 per 111., 111. remain over the balance of the chart, and the of Miss Claudia Dodsou ISnclose stamp with jexpenies. is looking fine and W. H. Fish, "The Unfolding of and its benefits. In the afternoon week. Jack 'Ypuj-uuly, replyThursday June 8th. inthere was Suuday school iind in the Eldon, ...us tie feels it. He has been in Lite," was one of the most Kenton Detective Agency numbets ou the program, Bible class there were 11 1, and 8:00 p m. Commencement Exerfor the last year, but this teresting a bank j cises. for 1912 will be the total attendance at Sunday fall will return to his first love, The Convention My splendid Jersey bull will All these exorcises will be at the last of May at Pineville. school 218. teaching as the bead of the held the Address, There was plenty on the ground Presbyterian church except those make the season at my place at $1. of Jellico, was Liberal school, of which he was Dr. L. L. Scott, Money due wheu cow is turned in. W. H. Fish, for everybody' to eaU and a most of Wednesday aftemooi, which Berea, principal for four years in success- elected President, and Gus Stavbrson. tf. mav-2- 6 enjoyable day it was for all, will be at Langdon Dormitory. of our city, permanent Secretaiy. ion. C. C. 1 ! 2 g Berea Saturday until Monday. ' Butch TMcClure has gone to BrnklnjTob C. & O. road out of Cincinnati. Mrs. S. Rlddell visited in London this week and attended the S. S. Convention. Mr and Mr. M. B. Baliu have returned from a three weeks visit at Owenton. Mrs. Jack Adams, of Lancaster is visitiug her sister, Mrs. Willis Adams lit this, place. IBB Look" for the Sign Siw THE FISH THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES. THE FISH "jllONE XiMrnJ 27 piiiiaiiimim J Aris-ona- - M !,! Tl r. nexri!yrvyiSir"LaBfodqu,'1rrie,3 by '"'' " I Hr-- I "A 111 Children Cry CASTO Rl A MUSICIANS of W.-T- 111 musical music and those Mt. Vernon, Ky., passing judgment tuning, the art and The piano Brod-hea- d. ww POWDER Absolutely Pure . rilcntl i'ia .., .... 1 11 rn., , wv, - - - I s - test the Kurtzman piano and examine Mr. Jerome No. 40623, now at the home Adams, Main St, Mt. Vernon, Ky., which Smith & Nixonf was tuning ago, Ky., 3 Thursday morning June hand had The during that time First shipment from Lexington, Ky., to shipment ingston, Kv Mt. Vernon, Ky. Third ston, Ky. Harrisburg, ment from Mt. Vernon, Ky., Fourth shipment from Harrisburg, Mo. Fifth shipment from Eldon, to Mo., to Mt. Vernon, Ky. J. W. HALL, , 4 Ky, rfrw3&JB&l!Lfa2. aM&&&.J- - xliuu J.A, i.i j. ji .mill. . ,. . iSr T 2w W Wfar iatoaui'i.LiiJruJj-wJMj"'aijjiJi-owTT..-.tq- . irfrSiTU. 3V!S " -- - T"T1'- - ? . - ;!c3aa--.7i-fe- ig !nrrrTrr r-- w. . y3gsg-s-g.a'.i- ' - t in i' . ii' 'i i. " Tl' 1- Wbms There "" Secrets .' s i.. - .. - Cr..V.. - -- vM - Spray fSr&jft Buy" gc-aj- LEVia MtKinV." cils v 1. 19 oiiiyJtne Beit' simlG'Btr&tt yrpcSf. IF IT ISN'T ti' y?ifffrl..i"raffs, ISN'T A U one muu In ths United States who has ptrhaps heard more woracn'l tecrct- - vhan any other man or woman in tho country. These .eurer. are not seoreta of guilt or khamc, but the sect eta of suffering, and they hae been confided to Dr. H, V. Pierca in the hope and expectation ol ndice and help. That few of tlieso w6incn lia.o been disappointed in their ex per cent, of pectations is proved by t!io faot that nincty-rij.nil women treated by Dr. Pierce have been absolutely and altogether cured. Such u record would be remarkable if the cases treated wero numbered by hundreds only. Hut when that record applies to the treatment of more than Iialf-a- - mil- lion women, in a practice of over 10 years, it is phenomenal, and entitles Dr. Pierce to tho gratitude accorded him by women, as the first of specialists in the treatment of women's diseases. Every sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, absolutely without charge. All replies are mailed, sealed in perfectly plain envelopes, without any printing or advertising whatever, upon them. Write without fear as without fee, to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. IX. V. Pierce, Prcst., Buffalo, N. Y. it 'mm Plant If q berries tpr 'B. to doctor lier. ' henIs very sick, lt,sca.cc!yr) '"P" In ,t Btriiwlierrle!;, work vesetn.lilo prowhiR. In wc.i VII. . " i 9 The first week Is t'lie critics!' t!a the life of the lllllu pig. Don't try to feed ten hog. In' trough big enough for only six. Undor domestication the hog has an nnlraal of wide distribution. .1 e j DR. MERCK'S FAVORITE 3VC.sv1k.obi Bttrox3.gr Wonlt wbmoxxJSIlolx. Womou PRESCRIPTION UyLL. Iteniore the orchard litter. Sweet clovor Is very K- Now Is the time to produce lots of Ilk. Plenty of time nnd prices ara high. - drouth-resist- - point In dairying Is the lac': ti cleanliness at all times and In nil things. A weak My Doctor Said writes Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C " I was in a verv low state of health, and was not ahle to be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon jft began to feel better. 1 got able to be up and help do my housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I am able to do my housework and to care for my children, and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough for the benefits I have received." mn't Plan for an orchard this year, If you got one. "Try, Cardui," 'Nip cow Is the final Judge as to etrcal worth of sll&ge. Hye straw Is of very little uBe on e farm except for heddlug. cow ghould be dried off for a few ehu before the calving period. Kconinfi records of the cows Is the first step toward success. oft-itlm- Treating small gralnB with formalin 's too Important to bo overlooked by iarmcrs. To give profitable returns dairy cows must be well bred, well fed nnd nell manc'ged. The mest profitable nut trees for the middle dates are the chestnuts, wal-.m- s and shellbarks. Tho first great requlslto In the caro jf slock, la perfect cleanliness, puro air md abundant sunshine. ' not lay usually Iocs not bother the trap nest unlcs.i jhe Is after eggs for food. A Dim !ng the summer months poultry inminte a largo amount of green for-;- e CARDU I Voman'sTonlc Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to health and happiness. If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous, cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not try Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test it for yourself. Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask him. Medicine Co., Chtttlnoon. Tenn.. Writt to: Ladles' Advitory Dpt, book, "Home Treiuuent lor Women," lent lite. J hon thnt docs ChlcKens are always considered ore or less of' a aldevllne on the irm Plenty of esli lambs. Itegularlty In milking helps tho flow ring the prefent and all subsequent tntlon periods. Good drainage to a row stable Ik nb ilutely necfSFnry, and a cement flnoi irvos this Hinl lo good advantage. Keep your chlcl:s on dry ground, here they can Kd no red worms, id theyare not likely to have gapes when pigs are Email, two filing of tfarm floppy feed per v, tr.orn'i'? unit evening. Is suffl-nt- . picks out the layers, b orders, the d'ones and the P'o.llallo hens ns.woil us the egg "he trap b-- air out rir.or exercise and will Insure a crop of vigor-- Klax has been 4oiind a profltabln the WtEt and seems well lilted to the pralrlo tolls. rop-In ine In buying a barrel churn don't get too email; if you do you will find 't takes a long time to churn. Hailing of broilers Is a business by iFelf Start en a ftnall scale and then Ith success -- crear.e the capacity. Scrub poultry may serve a good pur-o:- e In the pot, but thoy 'should not permitted to propagate their kind. Stables should 'bo well lighted and o arranged that the light will not ll-- for Setctal Instructions, and 55 "srept t the animals directly In tho eyes. " WE USE" ) DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE Kew rest of tho Jitcred feedinghayvnluo layingbright, i'li clover for hens. farmers and poultrymen knoW And don't have to grease tors. Tl'o senron but once a week. arrived when farm- should hcgiif tcstln? ein to determine their power of haB rim not make a greater mis--l.than to confine our breeding id k especially If they aro Indian miners You e fc. B. Hatcber was called Corbin last Tiuts.day to see her son, J ud, who is very low with typhoid lover. Mr and Mrs W. . Brown, ol' tirodhead, visited the formers parent. Mr. and Mrs. Des W H. Brown last Saturday. ie Mullins spent' a part of lust .Week with relatives at Ocala. Mr. Willford Nation has his camera at A. E I uwrences aud is ready to make your Due picture ton and Mullins were over on Ren-frthe latter part of the week buying hogs. Mr. Jepp Mullins was in last week to see his daughter Mrs. K. B. Sams, who has malaria. Mrs. O. L. Hatcher aud two daughters, Vclla and Hazel who have been veiling here have re turned to their home nt Corbin. -Other Catron, ol Stanford, was a pleasant caller here last Sunday. T. J. Brown the insurance man was nt Hansiord Saturday on busi ness. Mis. Charlie Riddle was with her sister, Mrs. Kstill Price, last Sunday. Miss Maude Thompson who has been in Louisville since the first of the year has re tutned home. Bro. D. R. Gentrj pteached a very interesting sermon at Friendship last Sunday uud we hope he will come back aainsoon. Other UeBord was over iu the Glades again last Sunday, there must be some attraction. Mis. Kiaie Catron is much worse at this wiitiug. Harve Brown made a flying trip to Brodhead last Monday. Some of the mrmcrs are not done plowing yet some are planting and some working their corn. The oats in this neighborhood ate not very good this year - Jnlia Thompson and Clara JJeBont called on Mis. U. K. Luwieuce Sunday. Dr. Lawrence is treating Miss Clara's ryes. IJdd Uiovvn purclias ed of In lather a flue mate Kate Debord Georgia ur. try and Oru Browu enj yed u ..r pleasant strawberry hunt, there were nut so very many betries found though. 10 Brod-head .lr8. AN EASTMAN-I- KODAK fl' THE BEST RECREATION IS ' . ' - V KODAK way of making Pictures Tho Easy, All tho both r loft out. We carry a full lino of KODAKb :wilh and Kodak Supplies. Ask us for a Kodak Catalog. CHAS. C. DAVIS, LEADING DRUGGIST, Phono 39 WT VERNON, KY. Kc&Qx&pryc&y$3fr 'lpc&yc?G!&&fwW Mminiiimmmnimiinnmnnnimmmminmniiifli Stop and Think 2 3 Do you know a single successful business man who does not do business through a bank? is the only road, to success; so join the procession to tho Peoples Bank. It - k. B'nks have been the making of more Yon may bo too business men than colleges -- .(liege old for nys hut von are tTio right ge , stall bank nccoiin. with n 1 Why not bepin tu day 3S . J. Very truly yours.. . : inl a"- - 'lurs fne li'll thli trontli nf the very Important things to Is to make your selcc-qof heeds and plants and order u Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. V ' 10 Thorp will be uo dagger of white ecks, or black epeks either, In tin: titer If Hip " renni) Is strained Into tine The woman of today who has good health, good temper,, good sense, ought eyes nnd n lovely churn. ( ' run down or hide The Holstoln. the Ayrshire and the I' imnl, the result of faulty digestion FOR FLETCHER'S " (11 ud assimilation, nceiU a tonic to milking shorthorn are the best breeds ft nllil up her blnod. I for the milk farmer to raise. For Our lino of Couch Caskets h cream nelect tho Guernsey. KY. Many of the troubles experienced at IU is unexcelled. Court and Lodge Dlroctory milling time nie are result of rough Good comfortable housing and JudiHnnd-mnd- e CoffinsfurnishcdVs comas andllng and treatment during the cious feeding nro the two cardinal i principles of successfully wintering erlod of Circuit Court, Ut Monilny In Jununry, y He.ii'se sent to nil parts ofj weeks), tli Monilny In April (two wroks), the breeding ewes. 3rd Momluy in Auguit (three weckii). The farmer's family Is fortunuio In the County. laving an abundnnco of good food at Tho value of skim milk op the Quarterly Court, 1st Monday in racli II Reasons of tho year, but this Is farm when fed In conjunction with inuntli. All by Wire Promptly Filled." sr'ulti Is greater thin It Is usually .specially true In the winter. County Court, Ilh Monilny In arh moulli. Klvon ctedlt for being. M'. Vernon I'nlloe Court, .'Inl Monday Iu iery farmer can have nlentv of yC$3d$DC&yDK . 'gts'and chickens for himself and for i, It a pwxl time now to take an In nieli inn.iili. 94-S- . MT. VERNON, KY." Phone unrket If he will only turn a little of vpntory of your farm and plan to keep . ... - .. - . n ft .onaiw his energy toward the hen houso. erords of all transactions connected r.ndjjBNo. filo, F. A A M., your farmlcg operations. Ilh Alilnnd Momluy In each month at on tin '.'ml nuil-llAre there not come places about tho furm where evergreens ought to be Don't bo In n hurry to get rid of the 7.H0 ). M. planted! Thoy make u splendid wind old hull. Remember that he has prov- Mt Vernon H)nl Arch Cliapter mei-tat CD. ii nimseir nnd the calf. that you buy 2 ji. in. on the tut Monday Iu each month. break about the barns and yards. will ba more or less of a lottery. Council Xo. (ill, meets 3rd MonLuudrum In hauling manure, Ice. wood or othday iu each month at 7:30 p. in. PRACTICAL A chilled .egg will bring forth n er slow work about the farm where a PJS.-iFranklin Chapter, Order Kastcrn Star, -- SL S team stands a good share of tho time weak chick If It hatches at nil and n 2T UNDERTAKERS. weak chick that has hard work to live nieelK 2nd and .Hi Tliurnday's nt7:3n p, iu. the use of blankets Is to bo recomMt Vernon I.od?o No. 319, I. O. 0. P. Is sometimes worso than no chick at mended. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, V " BrTli LJA meets every Saturday evening nt 7 o'clrclc. y all. AND You must keep track of your hens EAIBAJ-HJ.R8 During the breodlng season mnte and know what they are, doing If you going to keep them at all, and one drake with ,(our ducks until the ire Mt. Vernon, Ky. V thon you can have as large a Hock as last of April, then diminish the numof drakes to- one drake to five or von can manage, ber m -- . w I six duckB. I LB Wr There Is .no danger of cattle chokTho lack of success which bo many ing on shredded fodder. They chew j Ww WW Mt Yornon, Ky. Uconed Embajmer will have charge 'of thatline.of farmers have with chlckeno In largely It the same as hay before they atHomo and office In the Into residence wprk for the company. duo to n lack of planning, and they tempt to swallow It and It goes down neglect to glye the fowls the attention Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old their throats as easily. Hearse sent to all points. Orders by wire promptly filled. theso plans call for. Main St., Mt. Vornrm. By ropucst, Some one who has--ncontracted by Dr. asleep been L11U unflnlshod work Anyone can eas ly see that bone Is MvoP8 wlll lw completed by Dr. Fran all the time during recent years has Manager one of tne best weeds for producing) , ... said: "Cement and alfalfa are going it.. Iu iv eggs, as the fat assists In forming the to make western farmers the most Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 dental line yolk of the egg and also In sustain- pared io do anj tiling Intlio Independent people on earth." Ci own and IM&ga work a Hpeolalt, . ing the fowl In winter. All work guaranteed. Before the appearance of blossoms Will be In Brodhead overy TuesButter Is a good price. Feed Is comand foliage, spray for soft scale nnd paratively cheap, especially so If you day and Livingston uvcry Wednesdaj like Insects with .the r wash or kerosene emulsion. No fruit Jiavo saved all of your roughage, such grower can expect to have clean, as cornstalks, the best of our straw, M healthy trees unless he uses sprays and things of that sort which fre'' quently go to waste. and washes. A-Ho-m In making good butter and wrapGiven plenty of good roughage and ping the prints with paper printed a light grain ration of wholesome This bank 1b a homo Institution, Our loans aro mado right hero'at farm feod supplemented with a little with your name and the name of the homo to our good farmers and business men. It Ib a homo Institution s oil mid some root crops or corn en farm, the goods wlll advertise and by making up your milk .llnge for succulence the ewes should for our homo people. Wo will pay you good interest on your idle Imj When ft fire occurs tho assured naturally wants his money then he in" Ideal flesh condition nt at homo you are sure to get all thore DENTIST funds. Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your personal Is In It If you go at the work propMT. VERNON, KY. check. It la very simple, convenient and safe. Call and wo gladly as soon as possible. With twelve yours in the business our huiiblug time. erly. Office tit residence on Main St. tho many l vantages of a checking account. You will always record shows that every loss sustained by our agency has l.(nl UllltUb uy Crown and Bridge Work a li I1HVU It ICUUlflb WHICH --iAki. 1i- - illnn.n.l 1Mii n.i.1 Mrtl uucun, tl.t.lin ALLEN QUARTERMANE uibiiiku. iiiu.imuiwu l.All nmvM Whooping cough is not danger Specialty. Work guaranteed. been' adjusted and paid iu less than 25 days. will be returned to you Is Ineontestlblo proof of tho payment of tho bill My hom Allen. Quartermatie, pus when the cough is kept loose Your, money Is safo Uepoltea in tins uauie io your creau. ii you, car- We write farm buildings on installments or cash .plan. will be T. N. wKstable, one and expectoration easy by giving iiii ry it in your pocket or leave It at home It may be lost or stolen I jou lmvo a good houso, you want it insured, drop us a mile 'Msi n( Ml, Vernon, everv Dha.ijberlaiii's Cough remedy. It JEComo in and let us talk theso matters over with you. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- , postal and wo will call at once to see you. V'nli esd- - and Saturday, and the has been used in many epidemics of this disease with' perfect success. MT. VERNON. KY. est of tlie l'ie will be at my stable For sale by Cbas C.Davis. (INCORPOUATKD.; near roohea !. He will make the lrOFFICE. On 2C. floor o Church su..on f xy 1 1 at $8.oo to insure a MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on r UfiDBSTAKBBIfl .. , mm, The Fooner anyone gets rid of "cull" ock the heller, ard when a favorable nporttinlty comes It Is well to take dvHiitape of It. - hens, she pays only "value received.1' . t correct complexion, Uic icsult living nnd good digestion, wius the admiration of tho WiM'Id. If your digestion is faulty Chamberlain's Tho dairy cow Is one of tho bost Stomach and Liver Tablets will nouey makers on tho farm; but, like correct it. For sale by Cliae C. Pruning nnpliij trees Involves' so any' rrlnclples that only the most encral survey cm be given In a short liscusslan. according to U.ivis. PEOPLES BANK. 1'IIONE 40 3- - iiuuuiiuiuimiiuamuiuai toc-fc- : uuumuuuuauiuuiuiiu k A cow thnt In Children Ory :c3rp3pc& CASTO R A I J. P. E.DRUMMOND, LIVINGSTON, Agency. $ Newspaper and Magazine Subscription" All --' I orders W. A. COX,! Magazines at Reduced Rates. ii 1 3C8!rXr3C?jrP'': . mi-el- FARMERS AGAINST a Ei!immiii'i"mm!iiimii!!W!imimtmtii!imnmtnimma VERNON CISKET 1 - j. INSURE YOUR HOMES FIRE LIGHTNING AND WIND WITH KsJS-XflH- 'l W. T. FRANCIS, ..V- VBi!K-:'-H-l-HBBiB- - Jfife .Dentist. COUCH METALIC CASKETS! 3 3 3 3 3 3 w- - uf Coffins and Robes. ,,. B GEORGE OWENS, THE Of? 3 3 ss 3 3 3 3 H O M E & iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuaiiiuiuiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiaiuima , lime-sulphu- NEW YORK mronHHwmm nwmnsnmiK THE STRONGEST BEST Institution them-selve- R. W. DYCHE : in 1 .!. a-- -- C.C. Willianie, 3 3 THE BANK OF NIT. VERNON, 3 1 ."'- - E. S, ALBRIGHT, Agent, - Mt. Vernon, Ky. -- living colt. MODE CRA.WFORD, Brodhead, Ky. tf. apr-28 Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTORIA street. Special attention to collections. Phone Noj 8o given TI ttiuimiuiumuiu mui.muiuuii.