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Mount Vernon signal: January 12, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912011201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: January 12, 1912 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. k a Janes t 13;1 Sodgewick av fll I ittttUlifMMUiy&ttii f CFT5! -- - iA- - " -- vvfci- r.". Published Every Friday 4 pifll ilUll MT. VERNON, Established -- iMAftMWti : - ri .. . . , . 1 H I8S7 NUMBER 16 VOLUME XXV. ROCKCASTLE 2 oo 2 o0 2 2 OO 2 OO COCY,. D KY., FRIDAY, JAN. 12. 1912. Bustle, Bob 2 00 Bustle, Willis .suu 2 00 2 00 Delinquent List. te . Rev. Arnold, the Presiding Elder Mrs. Samantha Adams is with z oo 0f the Methodist chnrchheld arpenierioDe her parents this week. Several O Mullins Charles 2 00 CrerrAtw Co m 2 oo Hodge, Jack services here Friday night, and f:om S2 oo this place left for Berea last Mullins AI. oo Hodge, Mat 2 V. oo :2 00 Doane, Nath 2 oo Rev. E. M. Armitage Saturday week McGuire Gara t to enter School. Jack 200 Holt, (J H 2 00 Doane, Charley 2 oo 2 oo and Sunday. Joe Riddle of WalSalin John Wood has returned to Lexington 2 oo 2 00 Dyre, James Hdwel.Lee .. 2oo nut Grove, was in town last Smith John SI Oo Bray Jas Baker J. A. No property " 2 oo after spending the holidays with 2 oo EUety Robt, not found.. . 2 oo week. Ingram, Will. Weaver John R 2 2 oo Byrd Walter Robins was in Mr. bis parents. Barnes G. W. 2 oo Uriah j Miss Bessie McJ" W .i Weaver Thomas 2 oo Hall, Geo.. 2 oo Capps George 2 oo Jamason, 2 oo Vernon Sunday afternoon Lames las. " Mrs. Whorter was 2 oo v the pleasant guest of 2 oo Uliasteen Hell O. T. 2 oo Hood, Nip 2 oo I. M. Owens was in Mt Vernon jMahoffy, Jas 2 oo Diistrict No. 6. aju. i Mrs. Elizi Wood last week. ' 2 Bradley Walt Anderson C B 2 oo i.T 2 oo Lovings. Johnathan. 2 oo Mason, Jim Cox Green last week. Mrs. J. W. Mink, of 2 Bryant George " . Croucher SF 2 oo Baker W B goo 2o0 Miller, David., gone before books .... 2 oo Richmond, is visiting her parents Esmer and Logan Towery were ,. 2oo Bryant W. M. 2 oo Ball J T 2 oo a H ." Mink, ShermauTV- ;2oo Mink, Will, gone before books 2 oo Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Robbins, of down from Berea last. Miss 2 Hullock G. A. Ball T J twice assessed Dawson J H 2oo 2oo Bertha Fish has been verv sick. 2 oo Mink, ME: ....7?, :','. 2 2oo near this place. Burk J. H. 2 oo i Bustle J G Davidson Arch " 20o Mink, Henry Mrs. Dunbarr, of Union City, was 2 Burdinc Steve : 2oo Dowel J C 2 oo Forbes, Joe 2 oo Mize, Jim . . t 4 OO Mink, J W The 10 months old child of R. S. down to see her danehter, Mrs 2 2 oo 1' isher, Jas Gay R P . . .'r..t .. . . 2oo McAlister, WW oq Shivel has been very low with 2 00 Moore, Cba 2 W. A. Jones, first of last week. ". Geoige Harrison W M " 2 oo Gibson, David 2oo Mounpe, J A . siu. 2 oo vicLemore, Jak.e, got nothing 2 oo pneumonia, v but we are glad to Miss 2 " Carton Pery " i Hensley Joe 2 oo Gibson, Steve 2o0 Mounce, G W 2oo Norton, J h 2oo say it is better now. Mrs. G. C. 'with Clyde Lair, ot Rose Hill, is 2 OO TXr.,,,-rp. Clifford's. M. 2 oo GmyE 1) 2 oo her aunt, Mrs. H. H. Bran- " Murry, Joe 2 oU Huff J W. 2 oo Painter of this plrca and Mrs. J. Cottongiin Jim r UO Oneal, Geo 2 oo Hines R H 2 oo fWildie aman, this week. Mr. and Mrs. " 2 oo KingwI N Cox C. M. 2 oo Hines, Dock 2 oo Mullius, M II . Poynter, W M 2 00 J. Painter of Lebanon Junction are B. B. Hagan 2 oo Miracle has returned to Wildie Doane Fred goO McDaniel, Sam 2 oo Huhard, Joe J. C. Son Prico, B F Sod" visiting in Livingston this week. after a not found 2 oo Mobley Silas Fletcher O. P. short visit with relatives 2 oo Ivey, Geo. 2W) McOlure, Pate ' w QO 2 00 Mrs. Rosana Graves of Kansas and friends Rice, B h ' in jail 2 oo Morgan Fredericks Geo ii" ,M 2 oo Jorden, Lee at Glasgow, thev will John 2o0 McClure, Ed 44 2 oo Taylor, John H 2 00 City, Mo., is with her Robt. brother make this their home foi I oo Mullins John 2 oo Leeger, Alfred 20 McGuire, awhile. 1 oo Northern Jot Fry Bill JO. i " t t 2(o Taylor, J H, twice assessed 2 00 "Uncle' Fullen Francisco. Geo. 2 oo Mason, Noah 2O0 Mrs Thersia Reynolds is verv a oo Hurd H'ruirr 2 oo Mason, Robt 5oo Taylor, John, JF " 20o McColjugh, Will 2o0 S. Durham who has heen working low. The litt.'e daughter of H. S. 2 oo Isaac Abe Tnlin 2 oo Miller, ltdney 2 oo Taylor, G R 2oo McWhorter, J H f 2 00 in R. B. Sams' restaurant at Liv- Coffey 1 ooj has been verv sick hot is Kirkendoll Joe '; 2 oo Miller, Geo Clint 2 0o Northern, Brouso& 2 oo Vance, Ed 2oa ingston has resigned and is at better a., this writing. , 2 Klrby Charley Phillip Tack 2 oo Morris, Buster 2 oo Northern, CW...D). 2 oo Wells, Gooch, 2 2oq home with his mother. Hazel Lovel Arther j Singleton Jack 2 oo Mullins, Major 2 OO Z oo Quisnberry M F goo Whiaker, Richard McKinney Jim M piliver,EC ...A 2pQ Reynolds left Tuesday for Mt. PINE HILL. 2 oo MeKenzie J T not foupd 2Rfl 2 oo Richmond Tom Owens Ed 2oq Whitaker, R 2 oc Prtctor, W P 2 oa Owens, where she will enter 2 00 Vernon, 2 oo Robinson Geo. Parsons J. M. 2 oo Robinson J B 2 oq Wolf, H H Steve Robinson and family of 200 Owens, Fred , , . . , 2oo Brown Memorial School. Walter 2 oo Sargaut R A Prevwtt Lee 2 oo! Sloan, Mat 2 oo Qverbay, Logan 2 0Q .. Cloid, of Corbin, and Edgar Griffin St. Louis Mo., have been isitine ' Jim 2 oo Saylorjas District No. 9 2 oo' Suttles, Daniel 2oo Parka, Geo ." oo Bullock, 2 2 oo Soard Tom Ragan B. M. 2 00 of Maretburg was in town Sunday relatives and friends here. W. 2 oo Thomas J H Geo M 2 OO ' ...A H. Carmical and family are visiting Simpkins Eloyd gone has nothing 2 oo Sparks Bill Parker, Pleas 2 oo J. E. Wallin, Assistant 2 oo Van W T 2 00 evening. 2 OO Bullock, J E ? Singleton M. 2 oo Todd Han ison V. H. Parker, Simon . . f 2 oo 2 oo' Special Agent ot the Q. & 0. with in Livingston this veek. 2oo Bullock, Other H oo TodiLBjl Smith Harve District No. 7 2 oo' Cottengim spent a few hours with Parker, Bill i 2oo Childress, Bill ' 2oo bead quarters at Danville is at 2 oo Suttles Joel ' Alkn, Linville W. M. 2 oo 2 00 Parker, N B Toe Carlton of friends here Sunday. Swiney Bill DISTRICT NO 4 2 oo 2 00 home thi week Doa le, Geo Allen J D Hansel will take charge of the post Ponder, RG ....? , 2oo! Thompson J. W. 2 oo Baker Curtis 2 00 no property 2qq Dome, LB, 9oo Brooks Ky,, was in town this office in afewdays. Pierce Cottenv-g oo AJcnrn. Haryey " " 2 oo Brewer H C 2 00 Ponder, H 2 00 week. D,yre, Rlcjiard. DISTRICT NO. 2. " " Cope Jestey 2 oo Ahgel. Dick Renqer, J A. ...w... , 2Q0 0q Elder, R B Herbert Tice the Ex Poultry man gim L. & N. brakeman who was 2qo " 2 " Anderson, Jim Adams Loyal not fonnd $2 oo Croucher Cood " W s'.ightty injured while switching at . . .. 2 00 Reece, .'...... 2 pq Harper, Lee " $Oft has been in Louisville for several Livingston 2 2 oo Croucher W A " Britfham J A is at home for a few Black J W 2 op 2 00 Robinson" H P .?lk. ' ' 1 oo Gaddjobn Br ant Milt gone no property Henson, Isaac, got nOthtag 2 00 days, Frank Brooks left Monday days. Browning, Andy 2 09 Robinson, Leantlr. . , , , . g oo ,l 2 ' Brock Daniel 2 00!Gadd John P 30O for Virginia where he expects to Hursp, JE Rev. Gooch, of Crab Orchard " Holema'i Chas ' 2 08 Smrn,J H 2 op Bullock W M ' 2oo Hplton, Mat home. Mrs. H. H. " Eustle Mat 2 oo 3$ 2 co make his ' " Montgomery J W will fill his regular appointment 2 oo Bnrdine, Hamp W- J . ... . . ' Bustle David 2 oo' 2 oq 2 0Q Smoothers, J . Weece, W M, gone 2oo Hutcheson is the guest of Mrs. M. "' ' " 2 oo- - Burdine, John " Burton Bob 2 oo McQuetm J. R " .. ..". oo Miller, Walter, got nothing oo B. Salin, of Stanford, this week. at the Baptist church Saturday 2 00 Sping, Sam M " Zar , 2 ' 2 2 ooj ComettJohn Sunday. Mrs. Eva Carpenter, Ed 2 oo O. W. Turpin, who has been night and 2 00 Stallworth, Frank ., , MJnk, Henry, got nothing.. 2 oo Cromer Logan not found oo Nop Bob ! ;... ..... .. i oo Fali, of Livingston, has beeu ' B'JQ Ster)U Jphn ' Harper W F 2 OQ Cotton, (3r.pn no property 2 oo sick lor some time is no better. I 0p ' Richmond bam Mullins, S M, not found '.'. visiting homefolks M .. s.. . 2 op 2 oo Cottcq, W H ' Hasty HH 3 op Seals Op. Teater, Seve ,.. aoo W. J. Brown who was head miller Wm. Bargertof H'gh here. Mrs. McClure, J A, . Bridge, is "" Hurd Charley PISTRICT NO 5 2pp McKinney, J M&t 'loo I f 2 0Q Whites, E4...j Crawford, J c 2J0Q for the Brodhead Roller Mills Co. , ' Hind John 1 oo Allen Owen Jr. no? visiting relatives here. The Holy op rp party $2 oo Durham, J VV has moved his familv to Walnut goO Woodal,JW McLennore, AH '. 2 00 " Johnson Alex 2 oo Angel John ' ,. acci:pte3 a Tik Rollers wuVbegJiiasertes(ofmeej; Gr2weKy.T-an& rpaym3,"A j w wui .yfafo tfack-w- ,, X 1 ". iner- at the school honse at Pirip Utll ' 3l,WCshJoe r' A ... 2 op rposition in the roljer m 11 owned Durham,, Thomas 2 00 Waif, DaveV LovffagslTs" "'" f ,, o Poenix, Jim 2 00 r" 2oo Chandler WL ' JJ by John Riddle & Sons. Mr. Armp Tbesday night, it will be con- " 2 00 1 oo Clark C C Miller J B G Reynolds, Chas 2 oo tarrS ' " K 2 oq District o. a Copper-Cree" 2 oo Gabbard Green Murry Jack section, ducted by a Mrs. Jones from 2 00 Adjms5, 2 oo Fredrick, Ray 2 00 Hiatt, of the gpo Reynolds, Logan, gone Wro it ' 7 cClure Geo i oo Griffin John is now more than 80 years Whitley county. Jim Berry and ? oo French, W $ 8 90 Apthyr, Geo 2 00 who m si oo Sayior, Bah, gone 2 , lIcLemore Isaac. " pcjc Howard J 9 P0( Guthrie, Hayvy old, was returning to his home wite are with home folks for a few 3 00 200 Bradley, WM . 2 oo Smith, J D. gone trom Cvab Orchard Tuesday, and days. J. G. Fain will move to Stephens, Robt. his new home in a day or two. , gone before books 2 00 in getting off his horse to arrange Bmmmmmmmmmmm Stringer, Tohn of oats he was c&rrying. Miss Christine McFerron who has 2 oo a sack Stringer, TW, twice assessed 2 00 in. some way fell, breaking two been visiting in Louisville returned home, Monday. Misses Mamie Thompson, J G 2 00 rbs. . Dr. Gravely was called to McHargue, Maranda Parsons and Vanhaok, Chas F 200 see'hfm, and Teports him in a very the Brown Wats, J M :... 200 serious condition considering his Emma Pencil enteredMt. Vernon, Memoiial School, at age. Rebecca Cash and Forest District No. 10 Coffey who have been sictc for Tuesday. .. 3 00 Adams, Steve some time continues about the wish to reduce steefc ttrct-g- h Adams, Dud 2 00 HOW'S THIS? the to make room for same. Rev. J. A. Sawyer, who Albright, Jim loo We offer One Hundred D !lars the guest E. our Spring Stock, and to end we will make prices so low Baker, Samuel "..... 2 00 has been returned to of A.home Al- Reward for any case ot Catsrrh that will seem absolutely bright, his in cannot be cured by Hall's Catatrh 2 00 Baker, John Portsmouth, Va., little Hazel Al Cnre. unreasonable 1 00 Ballard, Fred F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O. bright him T Thos. Ballard, J M loo Cherry accompanied car ot Gene.al We, the undersigned, have knwn shipped one Baugh, John F 2 00 Dheney for the last 15 years, Merchandise to Crab Orchard Mon- F. J. Belcher, J M and believe him perfectly honorable 2 00 day, and will probably ship the in all business transactions and finBurk, J S 300 remainder thi week. James Bar ancially able to carry out any obliAt Prices no other store in this county Bishop, Thos F 2 00 I We have Overcoats nett, Tr. leit last wee for George- gations made by his firm. can equal. at alnrost you price Bishop, Noah, Jr 2 00 WALDING, KANNAN &.MARVIN, town, where he will enter school. Bishop, J R 2 00 Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Miss Minnie Gentry is with her Men's Union Suits, price 1.39 Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken in Boyd, Ike 2 00 Price' brother, Eugene, in Indiana. ternally, acting di ectly upon the 2 00 Cable, Jas Wfe 50 The stockholders of the Citizens mood and muscous surfaces of the 12.00 Cash, Robt 2 00 Bank met Jan. 4th. at 2 p. m. and system. Testimonials sent tree. 2 00 Capps, Jesse 1.00 69 . for, elected the following Directors for Price 75 cents pet bottle. JSold by Coffey, C E 2 00 all Diupgist the coming year: J. Thos. Cherry Men's Under Shirts, price 67 Take Hall'sFamily Pills for conCornett, P O 200 R. H. Hamm, W. E Gravely, T. stipation. ' r .. 2 00 S. WM Cooper, 75 Frith, B. C. Anherson, J. W. for Cox, ED 2 Oo A TEXAS WONDER. Proctor, A. M. Hiatt and John Denney, John ..., 200 Robins, and the directors met tha The Texas Wonder cures kidney for', Denney, Joe 200 same evening at removing 7:30 p. m. and and bladder troubles-- , WJ Dowel, 2 00 elected the following officers: R. gravel, cures dia bets, weak and ,. Earris. TC 200 H. Hamm, Pres. W. E. Gravely, lame backs, rheumatism and all BsfiBI Gipson. Huston 2 00 1st. Vice Pres; John Robins, 2nd irregularities of the kidneys and Golf, A 200 1 Regu Women's Union Suits, priceSJ50 nOW 98 Vice Pres; and A. M. Hiatt, in boty men and women. 2 00 j:Garden, WP tor Goats, Cashier. Mr. Cnerry who nas so lates bladder troubles in chibren. price . Harper, HL 200 faithfully served the bank as If not sold by your druggist, will LOO 69 .' 2 00 Ted -. for president from its institution, be seut by mail on receipt of $1.00 -- 200 75 Harris, C F for One small bottle in two months asked that he be not 2 00 Horp, John u ; for the reason that he thought the treatment, and ?eldom , fails to Hayse, Arch 2 00 Send for testito live perfect a cure. a bank Haicomb, D D .. .."..200 president of where ought bank is monials from hb and other states. the in the town Hopkins, Frank iLjf 200 located, and as he was soon to Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street SKIRTS, Price 2,75, now 1.98 (Continued on 2d page.) Misses Union Suits make Crab Orohard his future Louis, Mo., Sold by druggist. a ' 3.50 for 2.98"1 home, he thought that it would be to 75 c U 11 a The birds of fields and forest in A HE O IN A LIGHTHOUSE. the best interest of the bank to u -I 4 00 2.98 For years J. S. Donahue, So. Ha- elect some-- one else for its . presi- America have been so thinned in 12, 14 and 16 years old, all 39c l Serge S.ffO (t 3.98 I ven. Aiicu..:a civn war captain, as 98; a icninouse Keruer. avcrieu uw.uti dent The residence ol A. E. numbers that countle s insects are u Vpil ' 6.90 4 9& I now working 1 avoc among the Dollars ,Coont P'-f wrecks, but a queer tact is, he I Ainngnt caugni nre 1 nesaay aooui crops of grain and fruits. oil 7.50 ! 59 Hence Prriight have beeaA wreck, himself, nnnn and caused a preat deal of 4l ( c no I fcerge 7.50 b,rd cul'u,e has tn ntaken . .V.VO if Electric Bitters bad not prevented. excitement, ajd considerable I (i ln SOe States. Voil 13.75 "They cured me of kidney trouble amaatnoAtarM,,lartT,Jncri0na,arge " "8.28 I .69, and chills," he writes, ''afterl had Robfns Chapter No. 166, Order A wealthv philanthropist of Michtaken others so called cures for, of igan, near Detroit, has set apart vM" years, w thout benefit aad they also, of Eastern Star, Wednesday after- 2,800 acres of land for the exclu improved my sight, Ni w. at seven- noon, the following officers were sive use and protection of birds. feeling fine." For dys- installed: ty, I am Lieda Bentcn, Worthy pepsia, indigestion, all stdmtce, Matron; Lillie Hiatt, Associate When buying a liver aadVidney troubles, they're Matron, Walter Robins, Woithy tor children bear cough medicine in mind that without equal. Try them. Only 50 Chamberlain's Coush. Remedy is Patron, Etta cts. at Chas C. Davis. Li7zie'Pink, Associate Conductress r"U!U T Q0' c5oaPia?a WE DO NOT PREPAY EXPRESS, AT THESE ,r uuumhij; PRIES M. Hiatt, Treasurer, Minnie nobaimfuli.uun,i8iaiaHi iiiumaiBa A. drue. For safe Robins, Secretary, FM FLtTMtrX 9bsC. D4Tk. 2 oo Mulllns Mltchel Mullins H C V. The following is the list of de- - spoonamore R H " " " " linquent tax payers for Rock- - Vance J J DISTRICT NO 3 castle County, who having no propertS have refused to pay their Anderkin Arthur no property " " Angel W M poll tax : '; Barnett Jack i) DISTRICT Ho l " Bates Jas. " Owens Sam Sitnkins T H gone no nronertv 2 oo 1 oo Isaac Sanford Martin Will 2 oo Miller Burk Gentry, R C Gray, W E Griffin, HOliC. Bullock. GM 2oo 2 oo 2 oo BK0DHEA1). WILDIE. ". Jlnl T X ..., i , I I .! 1 A jt 1 JR.-!.-.:fr- ,! -- . -- . ...... ,......, - " ; ? I k GREAT We STOCK REDUCING SILE cur month of January, it that' ....... UNDERWEAR ' Skirts " " $2,00 now " J. f OVERCOAli$ jwn " " " " " J. 00 " " 50 " 98 COATS. a 39 36 $13.50 forr$9.98 ftr, 7.98 5;98 .8.50 7.50 r' 498 6.50 3.98 2.98 .5.00 WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR a n BOYS" BVERCOAifS 4 -- '. a u a ' " 9H - 50 " 49 37 $5.00 4.00 -- 23Z 2.98 3.00 J.98 re-elect- ed op Make Your While You Can SWEATERS Womens '$3.50 $2.75 2.50 fn.50 2.00 4. Men's 2.50 4.49" 2.00' .98 a J.001 1 SUTTON & MCBEE -- Frith,-Conductres- -- &--''- Sf .3L-m 5 rirft:o m Ohildmn Cry ml Mtv' .m ; : - - C .. u r- - ,r 1 Ti" C3: ', ! fc - V. obstacle, The better Chasten-- ; Diini;l v 2 co Hglil p 2o . to the men 'who battled pirtjfbf tlfe morning was cohbUmeri John',-p- Joa-,$jfc&g M1 th'pt sheMn sending ? 2o and receiving the Jordea jtfli for Dixie. . Everything i. (V) .?'- Sliou "", Robt, gpnevk. Friday, Jan. 12, 19 12 possesses will be turned over to, messages. f ' ' FirK- - Agent at Mt. Vernon for yjinw.nkril, Tlios . 21 0 V them while they are her guestsr L &N or about the first, was J. A committee of .Kepreseutati-Tnicopy attest "n Published every Friday by JidMf agents and headed by Jihn J L. Jophn then fol.o-.vebusiness nieu S. F. HbWMA'N.C.-R"EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, McKay is in charge ot the cam telegraph operators, VVill Ray, I- BJjTrKUAsrLE paign for funds. Unlimited tn " Jobu j. Storts, Wood Harper, ' COURT. is at the command ol the" co mini tii-t- James Maret, J. H Kennedy and 4r $I.OO UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR i PUit t i'r A. Landrum' At Livingston Bank and evetv dollar will be- - ipent to j VS - NOTICE OP SALE - give the Veterans the time ol ibsii G D Browiilie was installed as I C. H vR;ce and H. W. Hmvm-n cb be held until Advertising rates made known, on lives It is tstimated by K. H fiist agent . 1... L S Jones Hyman, General Secretary of th nad vas extended. application' Bv, irtue of a juHgement "at)':J (Executive Committee, that $1000, as spent at Pi ie Hill. He named looo will te used bv iMacon in tn his eldest- ch Id lor his J friend ordet7?alf in die tertaining her guests. Macon will vViii "Ra" former ageut at Mt. actio.?, H. W. Bowman v C. i". member OF go out thru the State of Ga Vernon . Rice ei cross petition I viil on KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Thi; .tiay the 25 h d.iy of jauutr;. . for a single dollar, out on the of one ai.-IQI2 'jtweeii the other hand will raise the entire Delinquent IfcIIe Oil two o clock L' M near the Hig'u amount from her own citien-- . fjoiutinued from first page.) , Gabiemitel in Livi. g3on. Rutv which shows the sp,int that build.-tier at pntibc 2 00 cast ft KHHiiuy Ky., up cities, and is carrying out to Hubbard, Abe to the highest and Lc-00 the letter the promises made by Hudson, j H bidder, six nead of- - work ir e- -. . . . 2 00 Secretary Hyman at Little KUweli, Kirt and two sor:e:s au. KifucUles, S 2 00 four Rock is said that the highway, to chain j be- Laws, Willie 2 ol) three wa'ons aiul lns paved with good Hades is ; Laws, J li 200 longiii to the same for the purport-o-t NOTES ON FIRST KENtherefore, if one Lceco, Edgar 2 00 iii' living a judgment in faor TUCKY RAILROAD. . must mak a good resolution .villi . of riVV. tiuwtuau and aiiainst C J- - M. LelTew, Joe 2 00 iy the advent of the new year, it . Leffew, Hillie 200 H. The first r.iilroad in Keutacky would be well tor tbem to see tuat TcTais: Said propsrty will be Lowery, Win 2 00 ihev do not add another Ccbble'the Lexington and Ohio, w.-- Lovings, Green a credit of three month, . .. . 2 00 soli; p: 'chartered in iS3o and first rail 'aid Lovings, Tlios stone to the aforesaid rondwav. purchisjr will b.-. 2 00 and for the people at Lexington October 183 on the A good reiolutioi give bon.l with approved 2 00 Lsmsford, Venter of Rockcastle and Mt. Vernon, and proposed route to Louisville via Luusford, l I) )nce. 2 00 'security for the purchase The track was fir one .which may b easilv kept, is1, of Frankfort 1 having the force ?ui t Lffect 1 00 Lunsford, Jay to resolve thai during the year we bars ot iron and one half inch thiol. L 1 00 jud&ifetit. tins ford W .M . . will all be bookers, that we will three inches broad and twent 1 eo WvCiess my hand, this the Sth Lunsford. Jack do all in ou' p uver to advance the feet long laid on sills of stone, tiec' Lyons, Chas (Bovloco) 1 00 day ol anuary, 1912. interests of our county and towr, at frequent inlet vals by iron cros G. S. Gkivkin', 2O0 r, Frank that we will cease to bemoan rods. This manner of constiuctitn.' Miller. Milton Comissioaer Ro;oistie Circuit and wa-oimaginary ills and will make up proved unsatisfactory Co'.rr Moore. Pal 200 minds to the incontrovertible' changed to wooden cross lies 2 co Muncie. h. ti FRICHTRUL POLAR WINDS ficts that we live in the very best though "11 was some years b. Willie Mullius all this broad land in so the "T" rail was invented. Tin McClurp. in faa W 11 2 00 blow Mth terrific lurco st the north and play h tvoiwilh t'"e kin, lar as natural advantages are con first motive power used for moving McClure, Tom . . r- ;..... 200 caustrg red. rough or sore chapped cerned, tha,t all we need is the cars was hciscs. The father o! ... nt TTT I 2 co haj.ds and lips, that need Buckk as father, George S iiitwuie, h it ..;. of our resources, telliny the writer's exploiti-- g 0'.vens, Richard 200 Amu. Salve to heal them, It the world what we have, this being Maret assisted in the construction Ow-ntsC 2 (;0 make.. he skin soft ami done, we may rest assured that and track lajing on' the road be led lor co:d-orealso !u us Owens. Jeff 2 00 Car: ,3ijj " . those resources will not long re tiween .Lexington and Frankfort, OwLn 7 W IM A. U. FURNISH v mo bin'.s.jk r - uk-- rs. cuts, bit sand m i.'OXS BHOW.V . y.iiv 2.) cents at L ,as U. niicr-'fi main undeveloped. Idle capital is ttie road reaching the latter point jOwen , Chas M ' SI ... .. 200 - ear'y in 1S35. The coarues- had eoer on the alert for profitable .11ir 0.ver:s, Harve ... ."... 2 00 vestment, and surely here in Rock- -' birs across the windows to prevent Owens. .J II IJl We do a general Real Estate LU il. business: ua,nu!e town and f:irm castle county, thery is room and op putting the head or arms out, be (WM t (I ,.-- ..: 1 a, projarty, do iibstivietirig and nortunity for splendid investment cause the reck cuts made originallv II pass on titles. .. . Owens. J H -. . . 1 2oo, If you want to sell list your prop- ut Proet-ir- 0 G j till IliaV 11UL lllilJrw iit uui ) uu uioj iui uui rc vciia vtic um; with us', if von want to buy wo be a factor in procuring or failing et, jugh for the new cars to pass . can savo you money. 1 Ifi A 00 the investment of capital' uul were not' widened until ten lo Rash. Milton or the establishing of industries vears latr. V Roberts, J L GIRL"S WILD MIDNIGHT $ It was in 'iS42 that the Baldwin in our county or town; if a parfy ritEBBi?h m RIDE. Robprts, J M loo s& lifrr with view of investint! I.olfMiiotivp work's at Philadtlrrhi.i rhtn -' .'1,-- . , TW T. icr-- ; ti . ""X ' or esiaDlisuinK an inausirv, ne i inaiie tne nrst racomoiive, naieu Roberts.. Sam rTrii.i est fir. in the Catsktlls a young a T,. in a measure influenced by the tie Daniel Boone", that was used Saylor, S C iioo girl Die ho'Seback at midnight g m . are tne Later others were whom he comes in on this road. ana sa 2a m my lives, nsr aeea people with Singletou, Lea .vawho 'added and named Simon Kenlon. Kirl0us but lives are ottenjtt contact; if he meets people Singleton, '.Jerry saved by Dr. King's New Discovery hi are optimisiic. who believe in their Ren Logan &c. These locomotives Singleton, Walter 1 of ' in curing. luuj; trouble, couiihs and gi ., j..-- i town and its possibilities in the usually had their safety . (steam) Singleton, V L colds, which might hhve c.mcu :... a H E.nergy means power and who do not hesitate to valves set to blow off at i2o luture, consumption or pneumonia, i.r,. hh b" P .. Simpson, povev to "wprk, to think, say so, he naturally fee,ls more, like pouuds. Cabooses were unknown cuiei me of a dreadful cough ana gi W LI off and keep tjrf tr..-oif tn those days. Conductors and Tucker, lungs disease." writes W. K. Ptt-:t itrnl ncr loose bis wealth than 114. Vaughn, John nease. tersiu, Wellington, lex., t.,r,r l. he meets people who are dissatisfied orakemau had to rough it out the Wnllen. J as all the sunshine Cet four in our family hsd died with and" the best They early they could. conraining of this, that gained S7 consomption, and I Wallen, Ikt bu can, and take leavine the impression used the red signal on rear cars, otaVr. and pou ids. Nothing so sure and safe . c 1 Wallen. J N ion that most an place in the world is ' The fi st T rails used on Louis-for all throit and lung tr uble. Wallen. Join Price 5"c and 1.00. Trial botlle place to live than in their ville and Frankfort road came from i "irdiMi Geo 00 ree. Guaranteed by Chas C home town or c uuty, the place England via New Orleans and the Young regularly. It will give 1 00 John that has always afforded them a "river route" to Louisville. Thi you irength, flesh and Ai nistricNo.'ll living and doubtleSc alw.ays will, road was opened in 1851. When given as soon the croupy vitality. Cbamber'ain'sj appears jmigh good a one derends wholly locomotives bore names instead, ol Anglin, Abe ju-i- t '' Be sure to get SCOTT'S hw Oough Remtdywi.l ward off an' numbers, until late in the so's Hakf-r-, Rufus wi:.i them. it's the Standard and always Hack of croup and prevent all the best. Heretotore the "boosting" has 'when tome roads began using.! B.il linger, H ! I1P nf fJtlvillV rlanonr atlfl AI.I, DRUGGISTS Gliateen, Bright been drne bv just a few people, urmbers. Thousand-- of mo hers use it si.e- - M I The fi.st track laying of L. & Chasteen.J Fl ,o. r..u.. cni uj uuoi v.. 3X2 il we all get in the game perhaps aoMiiuy. uuiu Kit riVioc n Jioi.io fa I a shoulder to tne N. roaa was doiie in the summei everybody put &a 5rr35ES5?S3K3ESS52aSSSiSSS wheel and Join in one strong steady jf 1S.55 11 0111 Louisville to Brooks jcc3c more may be ' Station, a distance of 13 miles, 3 .something boost, " Lf-?ij 4 accomplished than has been done; Theie was a small traffic ot light MT I VFRNQN SIGNAl lwilletend '""feilow-sbi- 7!" ; ' - ,. ,rr--- 'f ' 'W--- t- - V . ' . - . !.-- - ,r.. i -f- c j J - ... f . . ji - - ' - . .- '-- .ai. .imw.imi.i g , ; JtZZLs-is--m'- l L thd aU,Mfaoy . f - :!- -' .. ?!' i-- L , k 'r - Tf-tf- !M5,r itfiO 1 w - I rfilsPv j "r 41 : j n-- aiieuif --"' - iJr-- - ww- " ?irMt.--Vernoit- 1 n. THANKS : OCit-iiUali- .j - st-.tt- i I !ol s i 1 --- auctj '!-:ic- .: . 11 , Re-Unio- ; k It , resolu-tions.-broke- n, ! -- S4 WISH to express our thanks to "those who have given us their patronage in the past an3 we respectfully solicit a continuance in the future, promising you at all times the best in our line for the money. WE s .- lo 1 . ; Watch this s?3ace for bar gains in furniture. Let us s eli you your Hardware. Yours very truly, SB ! I Ii-s- s ur 2o Mckenzie. ' fort-countr- y -- ..... ...; 1 su-ootn- . . -- s, ! - ;..;. Bj'f 1 . 1 .......! i- - 1 1 , sspSPifPi s.t'rstcrtr illlSV. I Realty Co. ! 81 io Those Who Work 1 mt&msmgh&i 1rm You have heard the story of the farmer who chalked his accounts on the barn door, which ater burned. You are in a like rut if you dontfuse' modern methods. Let us handle your money do your bookkeeping, relieve you from worry and work A bank account will give you safety and credit Checks are your personal coinage system If youhavent surplus money, deposit all your money with us and j... 7 your money with us and pay your bills by r fi t. check You wl: soon nave credit and a surplus. ' ... . - --- ; f c-- ' Trro Great Creators! Energy w - ' ..", . 5 B ; 1 : ; a b-t- v.r sooirs tmwm . i ' ' 11-- 19 ? ju.t H v-- . 1 Fhe Peop " "m ank i,ll'l MS in . jcrp.4pOfO 3pjepq: in the past. Macon, Ga . is making 7-8 great' re- - ' V-"- SF k if-- ": nreoarations for the coming 9th union to be held in May A, Harris . 112. Colonei.-Walte-r "who is Colonel of the Georgia Miiitia has been selected as General Chairman and is assisted by an uio nnms of busv. business men, ...h .ronntirine in their efforts thi-- the ereatest .m re union ever held in Dixie, Tho!nn'nf ,he Confederacy will take a very prominent part in the coitfnK Commafdnt J. union for with Marion Dunwodyof the Thomas Hardiman Camp No 18 is doing some great stunts for the Son's in Mrs. Walter ihe coming D Lamar head of the Georgia U. D C'S as Chairman of the Woman's Auxiliary is untiiirg in her efforts -- for the entertaintneut of the those who know ' , and a guarantee that : .lrs. lamai KMiicon will do hrr share in snowl3Btr. . Tup j. (federate Re Union of 1912 will ereatest ever held in of the South.' Thonsandc -im 1864 when Conduct ,r VV. W. j andThousands of Dollar's are pour- - Sweeney sent a commercial dispatch j. ine into the treasury of the. Gen- ftom Elizabethtown to the Superin-.- j Ve'-Unn- n Committee and .r, Indent Louisville, asking if ,.l iery citizen of Macon is doing his was sale lor him to venture down. .Sn-i,- A it a success. Wheu I,,. to this 'The:Muldraughs Hill on. account of " nf Dixie they the Rebel Cavalry reported in .; m Elizabethtown tc .have burned one will be extended a welcome, of the J of the trestle. He was ordered kind they will remember until to proved with caution,-Macot,,ev answer the last souLd of tops.reply and thence. tp: Dp With il dqwn will be.tfieirs. u ytu wiihuui, wUbey wi Uacoa'a ytiOP4e t,omxiC . ". m , j ? -- n. j n... ni-.,iiti.t- s ; bthe dtv I country produce carried on the When thi construction tram. a passeu track reached Salt ger tar itu ouepneiusvin; in inc morning attached to the work train going into city for material . and returned in afteruoo.i. Aftci the track h.d been laid to Lebanon the managers turned Juuctiou theii attention towards Lebanon which division was loug after-- 1 wards called the Lebanon branch lor the liberal aid that was voted: Manou coulitv provided theJrack reached The roadreachea er 1807. there on Oct. 31. Tbefrack was, laid to Crab Orchard about 1865 reached Mt. Vernon 1868,. where the terminal remained some-- ! thia8 like tWo ye5"rs unUl the biS fill'V was finished then moved on ; Livingston where it .stopped e.ure :or "ni,"J8 "' 3J to Jel'lico connecting ts extension Knoxville and South East. " - ruin :rmarc. r tf .-r- 111 nn tup - -.- ifcrT-mtomse many years alter the intro duct.on of railways ., It is said the first tram order to move, a train on the L. & N. was; y r J'','fl .jv.j'aags.iywB.BWi irir'3Trr. fiS "HM a M" "XTrj--r-i.-- I in s l'i ., ;m i .'IMtmMMBHBttm i i iii . ! nw? Rir, iflbllEllfijIE EACH WEEt. where you will always find Ited the b&t of goods, wjbidr are sold for akkmargairwprofiu Goodsi bought right rigfeare the kind of f goods that Jtiiways pays to buy. Our Motro has always been to,givec-jand-sold Si t. H J.,53 DM -- SiiirfSsSite Lipou iPSras, '53 Aii-7 & n Li.v-sJa tank Saves eyes;savc3 money. Your dealer has 'it in barrels direct from our tvorKs fe'-io- S !TSr 1$feJfriSe& rwaj c SmolMless ! -- Rootless uaor- Costs no snore tlian : ' ! lJ, I SWe? - Klsi-- . ! ) ? r.- -' i - . l.k Keep an eye on this space XY. STOLL OBL CO., LOSilLlE,Aato Oil. CHAS. C. Va. ...ry at V.'arrcj, Motor Gaso'ino. IllE'J-Qrado o-Carb" ; 3 s cja$3m if&y&&x&x& &&33 UNDERTAKER 3 rod head Ky ! GRANVILLE OWENS -- v ; COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and "Robes . All Mail, Telegraph or to our custvi -, the very best goods l-"-. a possible for thp. money. phone orders Promptly Filled. '-.- , 'ThlfnkffU' T.- r. rnvrustomers tor the:spat- i?. ..', z fbnage in die past fiid aslonga;condffi anee ,:., i - "i inthe ftvturey lam.' ; ? very ;, as, JONAS McKENEr l . 4FfCrgc , .. i -. ,-- ; 5 it-i- ! . Af.K ---. DCyd(Dtr' AND HIDKS Highest market price pais for raw furs and wdes uBPHtflVBW Com!Ic. p" JESCfjmbC r$ Wssi on WtH fw Mt menUonlag Ihi ad. uBcmme o,r . Mt. Vernon', Ky. ; JOHN WHITE & CO. " Establltlied 1887 LOUISVILLEkY. i- Jt-x n nu ' . " ON PAPER ra K" PRINT SHOWS THROUGH - ISFGTS '"'' Xn!mJ yc&2&&&?& ' X ' . r'drii ... Olilldre-- n CWSTORT FOR'FLETCHER'S Cry CST'ORIA Ohildren Cry F8 FLETCNErS - fflfSHB t r r - r .- -- V i IViPT $3B0 "-M&mJB&BEB? tbefi.tiMSai of i v.. wa J- '" I BWT illness or.tne wuo, "moiocr AAnltfS the pale and wrinkled fart, hollow For Ls 1Lto tae nd 8.iolMookingthose disordersnaturally havewomen.health. peculiar to "SStSbSoCten from 1236 good she must pams nd Tw .1 IS Cover SSimj i.in HMIL.HO i AP, A- gas. - AiUiiSflKt Oi XOUNT-- f : ( ': iw Jtiiii- Revertal, Th-- -- - 1Ses Ajent Will fry T4 FroW fc. A S'SSETo-beTaJp- y 22KS1S FKpScriprion tborc -- 7 or constantly ntarnu P.efce s a woman' vitality and strcngtn. Dr. by sound heal U women-tStores veak nod side ,ocal border, which are gencraUy rcspons,ble for the dltcrflsiBi symptoms for a number of years ana :qruepiu i hyUeiia, . hot-Csho regu-f$TUff- ifa ,r. ywHRbttow-.- -j. nrrn. nr uuca. uumj, iwuw Pierce, telling nim as nearjr ! ot trcauaeni wiicn i " V ft . A&.I - fwtW bbEp 1 - 'JL?T 1 i,ww .U. -"- HAUT -;; ." V,rtfiil EIIIII'ITI. . .-.- w .kfc k tw(l bottkif Discovery ' and a A.k "H doctoring with anyihins else or nnjr oae else. UK. PK3COVKX. D., Buffalo, The Medical Adviser by R. V. Pierce, M. abOu whicb of delicate auestuns N. Y., answers hosts Sent :fct every woman, single or married outfht to know. -f r vrappin and mailing onl on receipt of 31 stampsto n--- ii!!(m'iH!!ni!ii fl"ngnimwn . - A i Our loans are made right here at flj ITiowuj to our Rood fjtimers and business men. It is a home institution on your mie for. our home people. We will pay you good interest r funds. then pay your bills witn your personal Make a deposit and CT check. Ittis very simple, convenient and safe. Call and we gladly ex' . ... .i oTiAlrinT l"PfIlint. You will alwflvs l.,1,ln.Tno n( 2T M hnx'P u .vceint which cannot bj disp ited. Thi endorsed chec!:, which r UF will be returned to you is ineontestible jroof of tho payment of the bill . :o o..f.. .i,.tw-it- fl !n thi bank to vonr credit, if you ca.- - -- 2 If xr Ht ry it in your pocket or leave tt at home it may ie lost or stoler. TO Come in and let us talk these matters over with you. Home Institution Th's bank is a home instit'Uion, :3 Frankfort, Suit was fileo" in Ihe Franklin County Court by the.Conv mon wealth of Kertucky, by J. W: Huntsman, State Revenue Agentj agoinst the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Company for taxes on ?197,00V 000 jof alleged omitted franchise valuations for the five years from 1907 to 1911, inclusive, the taxes on this sum ivpiounting to 1985,000 for the five years. The petition, which is filed by Hapelrigg & Hazelrigg, L. W. Morri? and Scott & Hamilton, attorneys, of this city, alleges that the C. & O. made improper reports to the State .Auditor as to its n t earnings for the years mentioned, and thereby secured a franchise valuation lower than the. road was entitled to. If the courts should decide that 'rancbise taxes were due on this mount the State would recover 985,000 in taxes, and each' county ;brough which the roads run or operate under lease would get its pro ata part according to Its tax rate in orce each year, so the attorney says, ind Franklin county would also get a part, although the C. & O. owns no roperty in this coi nty. A similar suit was filed some nonths ago against the L. & N. and against the Illinois Central ailroad, but the matter has not been passed on by the courts. rail--oa- 7CL Years ' wnnxouans r'W m W AttrHT Geaelal jas GafDeit ias appointed Jige 1aB D. Black o the position First Asistan; General. ludgf:Black ha accept Childriii Cry for FUtcher's . . We ive had seventy years of as&erience with AVer's td theappoin.rnnt and will assume ns new dune atjFrar.ktort at once The .selection of Judgel(Iack toi his important pjwtiun will meet vitn enaral itxs He of he best knowij, lawyers in this ection, anp (or the past two y. a?s ia oeenicfiiuejju ot Upton Co is-on- e 1. d" Cheirv. Pectoral. maids. us tiave great This! corifi-dencetn mew x or k is sued a Jar;e city One ofrAjcr s Pills t bedtime will cnui that it is "possible lor Co . an incrtrsed flow of bile and prodt:e intle 4fcTattve effect the day folios- - tig. Roosevelt an : President Taft to be ormuUTR each box; Sh. w it to iur aoctor.mie will understand at a gig. :e. .n town on the $Htne day withtut n , "njp fK-- . Jt't one. meeting. ""." "O IcireU. Mm t. K4yP,v e it for coughs, coles, bronchihVweak throats, ar.d Ve want yo.ii weak lungs. to have confidence in K, as wellAsk your own doctor what experience he has had withvit He knows. Keep in cUrse touch with 'him. in use lor over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooaxe but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment The Kind You Have Alwayj Bought, and which has been 'lejje. of 'f- " ". , ; - ails you Kindly that the essence the wool tapff schedule s that form:il:tV? "Heads, I .vti; e luo.-.e.-" f f BOOKKEEPING Bvs(flMPlKitMrapl TYPEWfUTlNGas. -- TELEGRAPHS tt J-- ut An opera Mti'jger is insulted a Chicago man offered her $50.00 to nicKt some nice fri( nds of his and warbe a few notes. be-oau- se goric, Drops and Sootiy Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither OpiiSiflorphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething' Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Pood, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is substitute for Castor CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless Oil, Pare- WIL8UJ .3 lib DROWNED AT FOftD. Mist Leona Pol ley Loses Life in Big Sandy River. onnff irill Dd banlKj'iiDrds. lCrM.r,tlmrfIUrf C. tlrJlJ yrarn or experience iin mrrmn. 1m nln-ait- us X .SMITH BUSINESiCQLlECr rWaniiD for piicvcm. I'aJ!.ntr tin in."1 E S THE BANK OF MT. VERNON, (incorporated.; -- ailmeitsiind - MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY ; Self-Loadin- g Shotgun i MODEL 1911 new Winchester has all the good points of' other recoil operated shotguns and .many distinct ive features and improvements besides. Among them are Nickel steel construction, which gives surpassing strength and. safety; and a reloading system that will bandrball safe loads without readjustment. 12 GAUGE, Lock atu evtr at ytir Plkevllle. Miss Leona Polley, 16 an I.ivr Tablet-.- . 1 ve y.ears old, daughter of L. D. Polley, ' onr bow Is leRUlar and a ou vi, dlkhorn City, was drowned while try For sale, b tbVe ng to ford the Big Sandy river. Sht Cbas C Vais. iad been horseback riding with a Mr. ""hilders and was returning home, tbt TIip c'onservat on of the & ivor baring become greatly swollen u the meantime ai d the people, una folletteTnioni may piore;one of tin are' pi the danger, plunged Into the most iireteMing of N:r. Pinchit s iver at the usual ford. The horses oon got beyond their depth and began studies. o swim for shore, when the girl wat Now really did youjwrite it t wept from the saddle and floated rectlyl tbe 6rit tine own stream. Her companion made rantic efforts to save her and almost That pttu'iar nose y u hear s'p st his own life. He succeeded in preaching is the wat-- waK'" '" eaching the shore, but is now in a a little sH v rbis time. recarlous condition. Men are now ' ragging the river in an endeavor to t wno 's;tnt- rn t ii is nam io ecover the body of Miss Polley. 1 u-oi- ConsTjatjou is thecaue o n an d orders tbit t ak lift nv.feiab e. Take Chamberh m . Chicago's aiMfic since needsup lifting. The tvtfo are in danger tharother things than heel command1 extravagant prices. Andrew Carnegie has conqueren the love displrty'wbicb leads som of his busitieasi associates to buy dollar necklaces. Mi Carnegie cou.a afford solid ivory billard ball -- ; gold handled five-hundred 1 GENUINE yBears CASTORIA the Signature of ALWAYS clnbs.c Dr. Wiley for political and hou..ebold econony would fill morQ.-'thaa five-lo-t t n The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CENTAUR COMPANY. The rect bf 7T MURRAY STRCCT. NCW YORK CITY. bfvik ?bel'". . Do you know that jullv nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are timply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp, or chron immmfflmmiiimmiiimnwnimnHHnimmimniiinifiiK 4 'c rheumatism, - Alas Co. Jtelrr's cr sen J to the Winchester Repeat-tu- t Nta Haven. Conn., for a descriptive ciriular. JT WORKS WELL WITH All. LOADS. -- ?: --' - Kf:Jmr (gySCTW pjfa.y?imBJy "" I BHBBBB?JijBBIa-afcjT YWmnBlml-3MJmmMV- r iBEVSpV-sHHK- r J iL iB 'fa 'Ml .?l 4 1 3oard of Education decided to sk the Fiscal Court to fix the tax ivy for school purposes in the county or the year 1912 Jit 15 cents on the 100 on property outside of the city f Lexington, and In addition a poll ax of $1 on each male person more han 21 years old, living in the county mtside the city. This Is the same tax or school purposes In the county as vas levied last year. It was decided, thT)QiI-tax- , hat would fw- a r ucucooiuca vi kr 7Mr to-da- jreadj to admit hi n:itakes. Tat, he Chiiuje Emt-rcSCHOOL TAX RECOMMENDED. reaecp.'i n ner grans l o Lexington. --r The Fayette County renoiiri'ljp tbppe t.f wat! .:. Ki r Charaberiain's pnement freely and see how quickly it gives relief For sa e by Chas C. Davis tteatment whatever? Apph M and require I Jx. . MLNON DIMET 1 DD. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS 3 1 EUNERAL D RECTOS, --2 s y r th RHEUMATISM " RHEUMATIC REMEDY Cr. Whitehall's Radium emijs three streams ot minute particles. These all carry dt finite charges of electricity which made their discovery pos-ibl1 No mictcscope could detect and EJIIUUiERS Mt. Vernon, Ky. e. or 15 years U fortn of Si-?top34ifaa- a Standard Uemedy for RhtuBwtism, lumbago, ut, sort muaclaf, stiff or twp&w. i. them, but they became apparent under proper condition because 01 he1" electrical chaige J COUCH MET V.! CCASKETS Coffins and Robes. Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for the company. 2 3 3 2 s - -- lav-wv- a poison irom tha systaai. box u, dnif gists. V8h 59.cnta Bmx ROAD ALMOST IMPASSABLE. Wrttm ppepeajino Paf lefef Shoot short, 22 long, and .22 long rifle cartridges, without adjustment 22 Mt Vernon, Whitesburg. Owing to the recent IHome and offic&in the late reaidenct Ueavy rains the county roadway lead-n- g l")r. Myers formerly occupied on Ola across Cumberland Mountain After rbe third month the calf will Main St., Mt. Vernon. hrough Pound Gap to Rocky Branch, he nearest railroad shipping point, is. begin to want extra water, ..and gome n an almost impassable condition', may be qiised with the milk. s md merchants and construction com1 panies are experiencing much difftr If the iJtrawberry plants are vlgor- :ulty In getting goods and supplies. l ous. anJXhe bed not too weedy. It ATTORNpY-AT-lVArenovate it for other yea? Team 8 for haul!ngcannot be had. In may KY, MT. VE&NON. uany places the mud is three and r Vatch the bowels of both, mare and County Judge .L D) deep. 'our feet rOFFICE. On srd. floor- - o ?itspatrlpk has been appealed to to colt, and, If there are any indications The Bank of Mt Vernon, on Church of j const i'?pat!on give more succulent have the roadway repaired at once. 1 Dr. Whitehall far a Ff Mr)miii trial T. B&mGLS(L Dentin IJSfciiV sr Orders byftHrTSTpTOinTray-.s-rT- g se1 OfficeMVIt. Vernon Monumentai Building PHONE HiT rAPI C. ?.iuuiiUiuauiiiumiiiiiumuiiUiUiiauiiUiiuui;iiUiiUiiLrw - ! pao c.c. viillianiQ, Don't Suffer! " I had bttn troubled, a little, . food. SoW Breech, H&mmeile, Safe! Built by the same expert guntmithi Remmgton-UMbig game rifle. C fT-vIf PrtJN OVER BY FIRE ENGINE. at the r rP.too5jfViG Lemok .22s. bkd Arthur Hubakk to break the World's 1 OOcopecuriYe shots, scoring 2,484 Record ;2pw0. g':out fg tou want to shoot your best, shoot Reming- Their accuracy PaflngiriAfCihc ' fwje hl vKH perfect ihootmg Owenton. Joe Kenney, of this place, jailer of Owen county, was taouKeu uuwii ana. run over uy iuo Ire engine here when the engine was on the way to a Are. Mr. Kenney received a sprained wrist and a broken finger. The fire was In the house owned and occupied by Judge T, W. Cammack, but was extinguished before doing any great damage, BITTEN BY DO3. skim, miy or water at end of sepa- - 3treet. Spccia attention to collections. Turn Separator with a Bjeady and Phone No. 8o uniform 'speed, and flush, down with rat0Q givet for nearly 7 yesrs writes flit. L Fuicher,'in a letter from Peavy, AIe., "but I was ot taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did all he could for me,Jbut I got no bftcr, I hurt alUover, and I could nol rest At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to i prove. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all my housework." -- Tbre jxe many method of storing seed foiy, but In place of storing must be dry' and. well yen- - iallsf.tbe UNDERTAKER and EMBALMEF 9fcT Jk, TAKE ttt&tei.Jt The WomarfeTonic " rcoenkon. tea Axms-Uwe--m New York Citr MaUSie CmrtxHf Co. ing It la 3Jfo impossijbleto keen the parts o 9. hand jepar'atorclean and brightjghput tlieuB of'lTome wash- - KsssV -- pd5r. r?iwSfflBRii' mm GT 3 19 : FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON MJkMJB OAR.V . AJ.1 -V- 'i C m WINTER TOURIST TICKETS slight Mt Sterling. While walking in: Court street here Rice Thomas was attacked by a vicious dog, the brut' biting him twice before he could help himself. Thomas then grabbed the animal by the throat and held on with death-likgrip until Mayor Samuels secured a hammer and brained the brute. Thomas' wounds were only e In bulldisg new quarters for swine, the. foundations should bp made permanent a?d .the floors double and wind and waterproof. If t,itg;eep are kept on the past ures lfm-e- . "will at right down nlp the roots, and t do more harm thaf, grass will do them good: S,tnfQH- K ' You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that- - Cardui is successful, because it i QpmDo.erj pf scientific ingredients, that Ifect eufatively pn the womanly system. It ? a medicinfj fOf woman, and foF women only, It builds, strengthens, and rtstofe weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. suffer like Mrs, Fincher did, take Cardui. It If will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists, Mt&da Ca, JVWfcJ ft: fcadM' AdviKjrr 0?ot, Ctatfraoor twk, "H9e Treahseat lor fer tfinil ImtrsKUuu. mi U-pt- qc MORTALITY AMONG HORSES. -- IA- T EOUIPMCNT DINING CARS SERVING in UGHTCO 1 r - ALL MEALS A LA CARTE Elizabethtown. Horses have been dying in Hardin county, lately at an alarming rate from worm-eateor molded corn. Whenever the animals become afflicted it Is a difficult matter for the veterinarians to cure them. The molded corn, however, has had no ill effect on cattle and swine. n Keep Oa cows In clean yards dur Ipg theiay; ,and supply rations of rood valutJ to keep-u- p the production of the hfd to a paying point Now is th time, to figure whether it would ielWieaper to build aeoafort- able, houwlor, the hogs or .supply th neai iniamwiHier oy Eeedwg; extra fA 'bbbPPbI M I Ctetto, Tesa, W8," M frts, ) - R. WiDYCHfe DERTIS!B. C . grain. MT VpERNON, KY.. Office at resi4jence..on Main 8 ' Cowji and Brf g& Vork Work jjurantred. Specialty, 1 sV $&C!&krt GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. ; . , RACING BODY HOLDS MEETING. AaaoDgBe essentials of. ful care tod BaaBsgameat floqk. of th-sac- & HtaitBlUl$ H. K1NQ, .V Pmnaft tai , : OB 'WBXTBr Ticket Afeat. 101 E. Mala St, LEXINOTON, KV. LuHU p . ;. - : mi f Autu lK','i)l uBBBBBaBnt ZffSSSSmiS UNDEKTAKBB Onr line of Couch 'Caskets i j unexcelled" v Lexington. At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Kentucky! "Racing Association, JameB P. Ross superintendent of ihe Et was track and" grounds, and Secretary Garret D". JVilsan was delegated to go to Louisville to attend a meeting with Matt" J." Winn, of the X,ouisvnie Jockey Club, arid John Hackmeister. f of the Latonia Jockey Club, to dUcusp. treat - their natttre. t thy Awttga. in a. Btaaaer - shfjsr f a. Itiat fsrm ptmJK 'we" mm rBF.JJ.1 JBBWV .., -- D3icc3iafj3ie QhasC Dav tourfHgs arejssviJtirtirt toward ,f2i? T)S$ i pwte! Uhstithjprwfll- giVen I icquire ah excess ox. aifbptettlwrity, trjat eiantlX thereby ifjf BsLBSBBtBSBBBBBBBBBSK ''BSBk?" 2. A jbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbHbCC' BBBBBBpTBBBBBarFPW aSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsKlj poultry !fj?8. aad Beeteef mite j9 dates for the race meetings next to usistWfiKtrwtswawJtt k Uld-lic- e ' spring. Lexington would like to have Jf47tie &tmjtfiVkr 'about the same as last year. trvvhoiisfBWh-HKalclean. "iJcf . " TrTTjTT.'.1, r r: .r The cq gets up oa her.hiadl ii -9r BaWPP. ' ... r i & ut BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsHBBBBSrailRBVr' ffl Coffinsfurnished frightful eough and very weak. I bdsreUa when IcoaW hardly bMMhe'or spesJe for 10 to 2Q fmHiuteft.' mj doctor eoua Bocneip bttVrwag eomptetely ered bf S si -- fire. wlthThe aowm. Fer the. Blanker.: iWM ke lew jbw allowed ' " v Hand-mad- e Ilenrse sent to all parts of the County "" - left me with eaehfree44ak la hV. itarl"soTtt she eaa rise yith ease. lOld rou ,V , ZZ-Jf-T" KmM 'U:;h . BBMSkHstiV fSc, kBfFflMrJ t" t Alj orders by Wire Pr?pn?pt!y Filled ,. -- m m MM -- -- $ fl--."- ." I -: I 11 . " wvrT? - . H. ..MkM4.lT: .. wlmWimmmrimtrw-m,BpBBaVBBBSSBBBSasBSSBBBllBP la, wm iriair'o iifSS5S.SW!"5; I aw.'itaiM, 4.4, .PMBlBMIIMflJrM, ipf 8114, mtmmx t. 'f i' :i ?i: VKuunmawc wip WMKcrr: 'kTTEFELsVraiH, , n JIUWOi 16 and M.",r latfifjjBM. backed ., :x iPJLi J of diMftRwlr These " " z. . sttssbbbbbbbbbt r.'w?r-jrw- - There are lots oi Drug Stores in this land of ours that sell Drugs, but the Drug Store for the people is; the one that gives the jfrefct drugs obtainable. Try us nd let us prove owselvies tjne one; Yours, I -r -- --- - -.- ...--.- . WWr".1' if .A' 7V be gstherwl wS , Mm. n kia.d.8. o EitimatM - l&XX&&1r Vsdtt frike4 W 11 :a- - GEO.OJSEKStPrpr k PfcaNb.39 Pit- - Pnirmit ., wr.nuam. . s. $ RTi &!&Sj&Rammmw- ,9' T 0, t ; "4 Phoaoll2 r i J" LsbsbsbsbsbsbsbsbsbbsuBbsbsbsbsbsbVbbsB dttttKttttUtX. .JSStjiBBBWBBSMiBBMBW ""' JL "fr S-- j&aEvfjyKSSg rv", K, (il "5S? ' Jw . " MBBl - t fe' r )fHfiiiTii'ifi JV1T. ..-- ? gi- - "y f fi -. ; .;. 1 - - -- 1i - irtnirtii'inf J Ball Brand Overshoes at Fishls; . - ' jt':-- L rg-. . - - VERNON SIGNAL 12 191 Ship stuff 1.55 per sack. Roy Beasley and J. S. Langford and C. C. Cox. sold to Judge-- B. J. Bethtrum a 79" wlaexT7Q Call no No.Communl ' i you wantto SIGNAL, combined horse for 2oo. - cote wlrh Any yeaf that is-- divisible by 4 John Ramsey has moved to his is leap year except the iCeiiiuries farm en Renfro. cieek recently which 'requires the divisor to be t purchased from Hugh Miller. 400. 1 -J1 J The Peoples Bank have declared FOR bALE: One five house j a m mm is-t?rrrwiTflniniiKMM annual dividend of 8 per auu 101, iu uroaaeaa. .nppiy iov tbeirutual Couisvillc & Nashville R.B. Co. Some $2 & $2 5pHats cent, and passed a nice sum to the D. M. Preston. . surplus. Brodhead, Ky. Jan. for TIME TABLE. SaturCircuit Court adjourned 4.46 p m Our Livingston correspondence 22 norm.... a m day, a short term, vet.il was a busy arrived this week as well as last 24 nortn 3:53 I3ZE;3EX3a-325H3MB...T .....11:38 a ip weeljaud considerable business week on the late train Thursday, so N 2i south late that it is impossible to use it, ........'... .12:19 a m was doner 21 South The Malt Mead joints ar" but good iuules six For Saip;:-T- vo Jas. Landrum, Agent. Otld anil Broken Line few days and full of trouble if. they years old. apply 'to Phone No. .58. of Soflaiul Stiir IIas ' try to do business after the alloted D. L. Bryant, Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky7offi this seasons stvk-s- : all time, says the new town board. Mt. Vernon. Jan. 5 St. mail matter. g as second-clas- s MM ra3L sizes; but-onla U'Wjyt Rev. Geo. Tinsley, of Lexington, Chicken stealing is going on to a kind; tins one lot: who has been called as pastor of a considerable extent in West Mt. to dav, as lon the Christian Church here preached Vernon. Fowls not only disappear Tribble Bryant is telegraphing two very interesting sermous S w as they last at QOb ..i night but vanish even during here s not liing sensational about this offer. Cut price time is here; and at Falmcttth 00 the K.. C. day. the day.. fee is the cut price on our regular stocks of this season's goods. AH Henry Wood Jr. was over from school bad to disThe Graded of tti.Tcridis and all kinds of patterns. AH .high-class- , hand- Best fiour 75cts per sack. Wa 1 Conway Saturday on business. miss for a day or two on account o! paper 5 cts. per roil and -- up; r.lored "OGils. They've been the bpsf; vi1upk in Mt. Vnrnnn nil softcnn Floyd Miller left last week for leal. The. new steam heating guaranteed roofing $1 50 per square their resulai prices. $18. aud Nov; they're cut to 14.75 and Colorado, to spend the winter. rTjr'c. ..mil. i., plant was nofc equal to the extreme and up J wu UiJiX Groceries of all kinds at J Cas Cox, of East Bernstadl is the cold. right prices. C. C. Cox. new barber at the Sowder shop ALL-WOO- L WEATHER FORECAST. I WJLL DYE FOR YOU. was in Rev. George S Watson Louisville, Ky., Jan. 11 1912 All kinds of Dyeing, Cleaning Erankfort a oortion of the week. ---tonight and Fridav. and". pressing done at a reasonable Snow A GAHMSifT Dr. Treadway was here from Coldei with cold wave in Hast price, "Satisfaction guaranteed ou attending are pure wool worsteds, in Paint Lick Saturday pencil stripes; cheviots and - Regular 50c portion. High North winds. good clothes: t:ese in ncutnnd fancy patterns; blue fast color blue serges, etc.; in thre'e- Ws'M. Muu.ins. Grudei tit fine court. Dec. 30 3- Tic-csuits These fine goods as long as they last at 10.00 a snit. j . . Miss Clarice McElroy of u forMonda5' evening was the time The regular annual officers' banthe Christian Endeavor meets is with Miss Elizabeth quet of the Masonic lodge, but the fevery: Sunday evening at 6:3o in Ad?ms. inclement weather prevented many the Christian Church the topic for Mrs. J. W. Tate, of Brodbead, from coming and the crowd was yio and $16,50 Gooas, to clean up at next Sunday evening is "How to was the guest of Mrs. Alice Tate very small. Win Young Ptople to Christ'.' during the week. New Years dav is a legal holiday Miis Leila Mae Lovell, leader. " A Lot of ?3 Shoes'for J. Fish the Clothing and Shoe iu all states except Kentucky, The White Star liner Oceanic, man wa5 in Louisville during the Massachusetts, Mississippi, New which reached New York from week on business. LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH . Hampshire and RbodeIsland, and "Red" Mullins the Level Green Washington's birthday inall except England on Dec. 14 brought the Regular $3 and $D.50 largest amount of mail ever...trec.'.d. stock trader was in Stanford Satur- Iowa and Mississippi. .Patent Leathers, Tans. in, this country on one. trip day with a bunch of sheep. . ,. . Gun Metals and Kid bags of Sheriff T. I. Niceley went to sacks of mail, and 2 Miss Louana Whitehead, cf parcels. "'.". "Whiteland" was the guest of her Frankfort Monday to take Fred Most of tins Lot it Elk in to the school of reform for Miss Bettie Jones," daughter o' brother R. A. Whitehead Sunday. 1 Laaies' iShoe.r.un m. .stealing and young Osburn who Mr.- and Mrs H. C. Jones, of the n Miss Elizabeth Adams returned sizes: from 2i to 8 A was given from two to ten years Hjatt section, and Mr. Marion Mat: Sunday from a tv o weeks visit ir. in the Den for stealing. ; loc'lr," of CartersviUe;'- - Garrard A Ccvington. Danville and Junction I Geo. Mullins aged 82, a respected County, were married last week. a ' Mail or Wire Orders Filled Piomptly With Best Values in Stock. JZ SutodoWUv?MU;jn!mins, is here from colored man of this place' died oh The Signal extends its best wishes visitW nielli, inst. Uncle George as he to this splendid young couple. I Telephone No. Use Our 'Phono Anytime. ir. ana Airs. Mtr inimins, jjear was familiarly known was a veteran The guage.qf, the'L. 4 1ST. track f. nf-- ..rau.;t-lg- r c -TXT stroke cf Paralysis which he the. war was charged to feet 8fB EESE5SE2KS2S5! Joe Pike, from Pulaski Station ; ago. inches. After close of war it was t was here Wednesdav enroute from six inbntlis Sir Edward Henry Carson, of So many ships have been lost-iion Gerrmny and high protect in Sneaker Ohamn rinri-Knoxville where he hadjbeen on There" will be services at the changed back to five feet. It was the strait between the Red Sea and Ireland, that he would turned to St. Loltis well pleased United States, as In, free trade r 80 's when it was Presbyterian chuich Sunday morn- soKetinie i'usinsss. and Arabian Gojf that the.strait is armed rebellion against ,ifH lha recepfion he charged again to its present guage- received "in England. ,; Miss Alza Thompson has re ing and evening by tBe pastor: home rule. called the Gate xf. Tears. . ,r "Comparing foodprice for "this xAv - William Cla-"- , . turned from a three weeks visit Morning service "A gredt promise 4 feet 9 inches.an artist, supposed rt,uiuuJ. .',.." ,; year with 1899. said Mr. 'Hooker, a The gross revenues of the Post-offic- e with Mrs. J. W. Hutcheson in to the weary" evening service, The collnysible water towers to be a - native of Kentucky: or Mrs. ''Magie Short, wife of Departments for the year "we find there ba.s been an iucreHe subject, "The Golden Rule", Deputy Cotlrceor vy., T. Short, which arj ussd 'w the fare depart- Tennessee comrailJed s.uicideVin Louisville. of 1 per cent in France; 8 per cent 237,879. 824. . while - amounted to . . died at Richmond last Saturday, ment of Berir.i measure only five Kew York.. Dr. E.J. Brown was up from Every one invited. tjie expenditures were s237.&4S,-92- in England; 25 percent .in Gerfeet in length hen closed, but Man Stanford Tuesday to see T. D Friday was the annual election alter some week's Him so.Prof.f C. Meux committed leaving a net surplus of $219,-- 1 many; 28 per cent in Canada. ad . when exTenclej-t- i able to thro w a suicide in Mobile by stabbing himMullins. who has been on the sick of officers of the Bank of Mt. of our people remember 34 per cent in the United States". 18. ' Mulling Vernon. level s'reatn into the windows on self below the heart. i t for some weeks. Mr. Why is it that "wrld wide Geo. I.ivesay. S. H. ShorLwhose familwere at one The gold produced iu the United time 'residents of'our town while the eight floor ofa buildin g. causes" resnlt does not seem to improve. increase oft Martin, A. T. Fish, C. C. Williams Mrs. James Baker and her two L' i young daughters, were burned' to States iu 191 1 was worth 96,233,- - and 8 per cent in France nnrl The following toys are among and W. L. RichardsN were named Mr." Short was filling the position 528 and the sdver3o.S54.soo, both ' Fugland,. and 34 p?r cent -la ihl those who entered boarding depart- as directors. O'd writers had no idea that the death at Suffem, N. Y. C , C. Williams, of'Deputy U. S, Marshal. ot which show a decline as com- - counjryj ment of Welch Morrow school this President, W. L Ricbaf&j, Cashitr brain had .anvtbiiig toido ".with the The Steel Corporation ha s order parea witn 1910. CEDARVILLE. Mitchel J. T. Adams' Vice President and mind. They "associated the mind ed six more furnaces week; Bradley Brown,, h into AN ACCOMPLISHED REFORM Norton, Victor Price. Lee Norton A."B. Furnish Assistant Cashier. Cold weather and rabbit hunting with. the. heart.o4 with other organs indicates that the New Year, FRQEfl THE TROPICS thes-orgaStephens. Colson Fourteen million dollars m isthe order of the day. According of the body, doubtless because begins with 79 per cent, of HEAL US. At the regular are moved or affected b capacity. postal savings bank in the United John H. Fish has been promoted election of officers of the Odd Fel- to the old peoples saving, we will the" btst by L. &N. He had been train lows the following officers were hnvP 9 r nntv; thic mintnr TIipi' mental action. Jtistot-Ie, States', after bu't one year of oper j At adinner of the New Englis formed of thJfctks.said that Blue Rulge Ga., for elected.- Lee Rash, Noble dispatcher at aiion! This is one of the novelties Grand? say as many days old as the moon jClub the American Am of some years past. His new position Walter Southard, the financial reports of the New was when the first snow comss ,cecmet 3" Sr,c"'r MhD rain was aud. bassador, proposed the Ozar foj to cool the bloodibr he heart- of chief dispatcher on Hen- W. A. Cox, Secretary. Year. Tais record marks the is that On ac there will he that many and the uiiiiumiu xue .cxague conierence. practical success of an experiment derson division with headquarters count of the extreme cold weather moon was 21 days old when th" The Pope hos reached no "clecis about which there was never at Earlington Kv. Will Wright on last Saturday night, many were first one earned There has been 10 the mici oscopic dot or earlier whovas a dispatcher at Living prevented from coming out and the and a good prospect for the other germ of vitality ts the marvel oi ion as to the appointments of Apost- slightest donbt. There are now sfon for many years goes with installation was deferred until to- 1 1 . Old' AunV'Margarfit Doan" h scieuce today. lierything thut i olic delegates to t.ie United States 5.180 post offices with postal banks Mr. Fish as assistant chief. Our morrow night. When the system is fully developed vry j(qw withcahCer. Her eye i. lives, whether thefant oak or the and the Philippines.. people are glad to hear of the and popularized annual deposits of eaten out bifee''caucer. She is monster i nimi jitiach to " There has been some talk thafi very old so.ue where iu 80 years, "T3Jurope yceterGBy.. Ke is going to $200, ooo.oooare anticipated. Now promotion of these worthy men. its isdjvicUai ?; a iroin tins mi luijBuiraiAnienea many natives r when the malt mead joints had to and is feeble as a child. Rev. He, said, "God knows lor a limited parcels post. Mrs. W. J . Sparks and daughter.1 J. cropic dot,..tyici2 actually, con. Egypt. g.itherinatliQFecdsof tlijs plant. t will-bback.' Misses Frances, Bess and Martha quit fh the towu, that there would H. Barnes has. sent an appointment. tains nil the pn?k .oty "61 the liv- when I Mr R. H. Hocker, of London Seed, a rare medicine that has valuable be one or two open upjusrouts'd But. few drus stores Six" persons were killed and read a oaner before thf knvnl Rn. curative pbwere. Wednesday for Louisville to to Pleasant Valley left church, ou ing growth and.ry part iu min- ... . carry this ed, owing to the high coat i the corporate limits. Judge Be next 'ijriday at. i o'clock to repr iature of thirteen werejinjured m a wreck on tis.tical society of England recently of the arti&. spend two or three months. For its.Iulure frame. the Great Northern railway; near in which he showed that the innext several weeks 1 good thurum says the m who tries it. sent the Farmers 'Union. This conntry is a large consutner of the After will find Jordan a hard road to Bro. Barues'jiiscourse is this costly peed- - because it enters into Finley. S. D. : portion of Mr. Spark's time will over they creased cost of "all commodities" the famous catarrh The. battle fla dP the Southern remedv. Perun required in Tennessee where travel. The people and the ofEcers intend tdTiaverheir team there Vt'd Confederacy, irMc-iet: be The closing cf the year in;G.t:eat was twice as much in sold the world over. by us sizv . if any one wants to join The Britia-the W. J. Sparks Co., have v. large both town and county h ve finds lfr. country threatened of.the Mui'ice to whioh it to stop malt ra;ad, and Farmer'sUniou they will initiate the-'arcontract, and 'by his family being gh a tevival.of industrial unrest. 6elonged;. FoufaM Square for fn. the indications point pretty strong them. So boys this is 10 pe'r in Louisville during that time. cent faptry,. three fesyuare for artfl-l ,i ne trustees ot bayre Lollese at can be with them much more of in the direction of: them stopping to the dollar, so says Bro.- DyST7j' tery.nn two ana une halt by two Lextngtqn jua'e authorized the use the time than if they were in Mt. Mr. T L Godfrey, editor and Dr. Owens bought a pair of ;mules andone-hai- f foricavalry The" flag qf;"aiportiO'n'x) its campus for the SUMMER COLDS Vernon. Mr. Thomas J. Green, business trom J. w. Kincer, for 227,50 and was crimson proposed . Marv Todd . Lincoln a nble, Should not be neglected. It means a condition in " manager, of the Notepad South soldthem and a wagon to Gebge St. .Andrew's fio.rwith LOCAL the lungs that brings on" Pneumonia, Broachltlflor: ' Fren-hj- or cross 'surrounded by memorial building. $300.00. '; some otner serious disease. ;;. ; , . a Monthly Magazine, published at ' r Over r,8oo couples were married elaven starsi'r7'''s . 70c buys a dollars suit of wiuter Louisvilie, were here for a write-uA butcher's sign out" West read.s: in Jeffersonyille in 1911, the numnnderwear.at Fish's today. of Rockcastle county and1, her as follows: John Jacobs J kills alber breaking all recotds since Clark Medicjn.tjiaii nature are As soon as Adam awoke and saw resources. The object of the pigs like his father. ways most effect uai, 'Ohamberlain'c county was created some ifin Eve he coined the word "trouble". article wh'ich will appear iu the One advertlieinent wa headed? Gougi Remedycjb on this plan. years ago. " It allays' the cgK- relieves the is North and South, is ""to give ..ap. ol4r!TieaT,many Your fourteen seventy-fiv- e President Taft has signed an ex brothers: Another lungs, opens uCstretTon and aids .13 a ?ood remedy forsoro throat and. cold settled In- the lunss. Ii good for a twenty dollar suit at .exact account of the county what advertisarapt, was; "Wanted! Jiteature in reslcaiiig' the svstem to ecutive ordej which will be issued eaes pain fn tho chest,, hoarseness, obstinate- coughs. c?asftlin in it has and what it mosTCeeds, with boy tho lungs. Ices of voice and inflammation. It l3,a fine tixm"y remcJy. a healthy i mmi Fish's. - . sdrfdpaper. Thousands forbidding rural letter : laade only of the purest lnsredients and possesses a nope tnat capitalists some rfjiSic.fti- i- r, , , ndcrful soota-- r ttie have testified W .superior excel- - carriers-frol'pernicious"-activitins and hcalln? influence in tho lungs, throat and bronchia! tubei The Brown Memorial opened where will be interested and come ioiiui uiu tt uiu iu his winnow lence Sold DV .CAas -.CSD Children like it because It Is pleaseat t&. the taste; it 13 a Crulk to the following effect: 'Warited Monday with tbev limit of board- to ns'.and invest. relief for tho throat and lun disorders to which, chlldrtn aro subjet : The L. & N several thjn.cdat makersir-'Th- is r ; ing pupils. '!-pnmp? v.."is thSJ:-.tvv. j. .& itf Railroad circulates at least ioooc is a fine chance for sparVtailors. t Prfc 25c, 50c nd$r.f0 jnc Bcttf o. ? ." '.., arJ"'- v. v.m;o uui'ui.v.vvi VfrOOEEFPtATE .;. A recital by Miss Dodson and copies ot this' magazine, when v Mr. Taft wtiTpofHaue; uri tiis B X7 th& Jf.00 siw. Jt rontlnri av ttaMft as a aa h 23.s, and: yos get with each battle. si " ' , Rev Carl T, Michel will be given' contains articles concerning terri Henry Jtd Pepper. JwrnJ yYasPa5d al a banquet t stockings until 0c- iStlrof "rune llateF for lxe cheat. T' ...f'ClayVm "New Orleans next Wednesday night at 8 o'clock tory through which any branch of 1 he t t" l JMKSt.MLiAS HWWETW ST. LCWf fa frostlv for thos with, stom- i r- church. Pro- - their road funs .Such n articlr .p. at. the Presbyterian ft deraultintere.sljjnis--bouds- , for Iidanta aiid Childrea. Are ach trouble or indigestion. :Tp day - as will appear in For.'WeAk.SlKfet er St Bre. se StesKcan Ere Salve. Zlfmr.- 1' ceeds will beused to purchase adthe North aud Tht KM Ypy Havi Always Bought ceiversh p'Wril jstllow. . pole every ivhere use-Dr- iKink's . v'4i7rf .,' for the churcbt rSouthwill'vprobably ditional.seiats tt be woriH iew une rius iar5.uiese irpuoies The Turkish CfWtiet.haslre; Etears the L. .pAhnHtcoHicuncarfot,-Admtseon 25, cents, xicicets on much to Rcckbastle. Let"us hope twilVii.ivefi kidffteyand ."bowel tn consequence orthe obelruetWB 'Je Signature of 'disarn?ef.?Esy,ss'feT 5Ur' Only hat it will beat any "rate---.tale at C. C.. Dtvis' drug store. .i f SOLD BY CHAS C. DA.VIS. OR.TOGlsifv or tiie pprpositiopt cts,ajCbas.C. Davis , ' "' I Mt Vernon, Ky. Jan. Roy Beasley has opened a sale and training- Stable in the old Miller bain. - 7TT rr ! 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