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Mount Vernon signal: January 19, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912011901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: January 19, 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. fv -. L J i K v?r J - - -- , -- t- -... -- - ' - -- 3. is Published Every Friday VOLUME XXV. 'BKODHEA.D. 311 u u n ( mmmmmm T : 1 Established 1887 ROCKCASTLE OOTJNTY, Y FJRIDAY, J'Atf. 19. MT. VERNON, ' 112 NUMBER IT i -- -- A9t . s, '; I 1 .' -- '' r" Z PRINT Frorajthe beginning of cur RaeHnnt and died in less than three hours spending three weeks with Miss age, of the Sand Spring section, Virgie Griffin IiIFlNGSTOA national government the tmriff has Miranda Parsons filled, spent Sundaj with Mr. and Mrs. Ey .M-llRev Duke and early Wednesday morning Rauda Tate been and is ye. t the storm center Mrs. Jack.'Hysinger his regular appointment at the Gentry Evans. Dr. G. C. Price. of Hazel Reynolds MamieMcHargue his sister T T? " mw fnnm Xf tn around which political battles have With; the tnermometer regisr died at her home with an attack Baptist Church, Saturday and Wajt)dt was in this patt Thursday Misses Ethel Ckeinut and Ga-i,, Luther Hamlm has gone to been and are being fought. L.lu ji.i4iv . tering 20 degrees belo zero, of acute indigestion. Mrs. Hy- - Sunday. The firm 0 Storm and Willie and James dams and uuu r..i:- - -- a utiau tt: cu uiiuat, wciut, ctuu . and other conditions aljiost as singer ta a daughter of P. E. Shi- - Owens by mutual agreement dis- - James Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, tered school this week as day pupils.-- ; Befea where he will attend school Beeinninsr with the first Congress r . . ,, MT. me rest 01 ine winter. j..f t On .trserious is trie cause of the scar-it- y vel of near this place The be- solved jpartntrship lastj Monday., made a hunting trip through this Misses Isabella Ping and Viola Tuttle and family, of Lebanon are dntv was impoSed, of "'"news this week. Mk J. reaved ones have the sympathy Ed Owens, the junior member of part Saturday and spent the night De Bord have enrolled as pay puadio soontobecome residents of ourjafter the WLV of l8l2 it was was in Mt. Vernon last week of tlie entire community. Last the firm, being successor Kirby's pils and are boarding in torwst. Tate The at the home of Mrs. Sarah t' town. Master Bernard Franklin. i:finr.jtln, -yn or I'- - , . Miss Lena McUall ot claret Durggaturday. mninjag Mrs. Jacobs, stock holders of the Rockcastle and returned home Sunday. The J . Parrott-as- d Mi s Lenora Mastpr of .Mt Vernon was here with his jUUWUt..UU sir;.s with her siSter Mrs. J. J. Ai-- i enry Clay became the lS2 . age about ou years, aiea at me Fair Association met at 7:30 p.m. HohRollers 4ield services at the Willie Coffey havealsonrolled: ma ' iainer, s. u. raniciin, Mauoxijr. bright Miss Pearl McWhorter borne of her son T. J . Jacobs of Thursday to elect officers for the home of W. A. McKinney Sunday leader of what is known as the U isfi Edith.Hill ofriacinnati has The public: sckool closed last week "American System of Berea, and Ray Maha.-- of this place, and was hurried in the year. The names' of the new last. Miss Martha Kirby spent ando went ade'ed twelve sew books ol ficlioa and Miss Eva Fish the priacipaL ion increasing the tariffe under one school at this CnrjBtjan church Cemetery, Sun. officers will appear next week. Hiattiave entered the first of the week with Mts. x the Brown MemorMdLibiwf.ftl.J returned to her home in M.Ver- - pretext or another till after th? Miss Etta Moore wno is day afternoon at three o'clock. "Gentry Evans. plice . o civil war. Ttoe Rv. Mr, Mictw saag ;alto non. In 1861 the Morrill teaching in the graded school Mts. Jacob's home wa3 in HOW'S THIS? Mr. aiuLMrs. Will McCuliough tariffe, one of high protective ( hapel ereises Wednesday mora here is on the sick list this week. Georgetown, Ky,, and was visit-in- c We offer One Hundred D jllars have moved into, the housejecently duties went into effect. The "Miss Emma Evans of London her son at this place. Two Reward for any case ofCaisrr that BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL n- vacated by Mr. H. L.' Delph. Mr. E other sons and a daughter arrived carnot be cured by Hall's Citatih Bill 1800 was enacted then j A new c'as has been formed in is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Colston Sunday, The residence of Mrs. Cire of this place. The domitory family deeply ap- - cooking to accommodate the new Delph aad family have gone to follows the Dinglev Bill, about Evans F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O. predate the opportune showers ' Oklahoma where .they will make which the political contest is now pupils, Stevens who is attending thp Linda Benton and almost all the We, the undersigned, have knwn their home. Misses Georgia Amyx at "white heat '. Welch Mortow School at Mt. Ver household effects was destroyed F. J. Dheney fdr the last 15 years, of pillows by the fpllowing Ml. The following program was pre-The failure to revise this tariffs non was at home Saturday and by fire Saturday afternoon, part ai d believe him perfectly honorable v ernon mates: Aiesaames: w. l. sented by theliterary society Friday and Ida Hamlin have entered Brown Memorial school at Mt. rate "downward" as was pro nised Sunday John E. Evans has re ly covered with insurance. This in all business transactions and fin- Richards, J. w, Brown, ,. &. ai- - afternoon Vernon. Mrs-.R- . J. Leraonds ana 16 the platform on which the out any obli- bright, W. L. Crawford, Mollie Song Society . signed his position as traveling is a great loss to Mrs. Ben- ancially able by his firm Miller, and A. G. Lovell. It is ' Scrintnre Reading. Roberta Purcell daughter, Miss Elisabeth, were at present chief executive, came into salesman for Altsheller & Co., of ton, not only from the standpoint gations made WALPING KANNAN & MARVIN. home first of the week. Mrs. power has resulted in a division in Louisville, .and expects tO go to of dollars' and cents, but she had Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. understood that the shower is not BianoSglo . , Beuice Landrum Jatnes Painter of Lebanon Junction j the republican party. Chicago in a shott time, There so many valuable keepsakes that Hall s Catarrh Uure js taken in- - yet over. Recitgtiou, An Old Sweet-hea- rt has returned home after spending The direc: result ot the failure should have appeared in our last money caunot ouy. none of which j ternally, acting di.eetly upon' the Langdoui Domitory has been a of Mine . . Bertha Litton several davs with her ister, Mis blood and muscous surfaces of the busy place since school G. of the first Congress under Taft's week's letter the name of J. opened. Reading was saved. 'lhe little child of Mattie Hufi Q. E. Rice. Misses Nannie Mc administration to revise the tariffe Testimonials sent free one of the directors of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Sh vel that Frith a. The steam heat is now in and the Talk Practical Suggestions Price 75 cents Whorter and Jewel Francisco, of according to the pledge made, was Goode De died Saturday, was buried at the all Diuggist pet bottle. JSold by girls have moved into the new part. the Citizens bank. Miss Rowlee Brodhead, here Sunday to the election of a democratic house laney sold his household effects Christian Church Cemetery, Take Hall's Family Pills for con- Every room is occupied and .Adjournment Business Session. meet Miss..MoWhorier'asister, who of representatives. Just at this last Saturday, and with his wife Monday at one o'clock. Mis. stipation. are beinf; held in the new cumo in from Berea: Mrs W. R. point it is in order, to point out aud brother-i- law Albert Pres- Rebecca Wiggins a former wife part. hanspordT Dyche and Miss Anna Tate, of that no political party, can hope A TEXAS WONDER. ton left on the five o'clock train of Jogiah Wiggins, died at the Twenty girls have been added to The Texas Wonder cures kidney Mt. Vernon, were the guests of to perpetuate its self by boasting for Louisville where 'they will Asylum for the insane at Lexingplentv of cold the doimitory family and several We are havm MV. J make their home D. B. Chand- ton, last Sunday, and was sent weather and several deep y ows in names are on the waiting listT' Tire and bladder troubles, removing Mrs. Will Krueger Tuesday. ente'r-taine- o.f what it has dope in the past, if and Mrs. Frd Neighbors tt fails to reach up and meet the ler, familiarly known as "Doc" here for bnrial Monday.-C. Kirbv.and Jittleson complete enrollment in the school gtavel, cures diabets, weak and iqi2,-- H, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. demands of tne people under exfamily in the house Ezra Shivel of Whitewood, Ky., Elbert, spent , Monday with his work, pjfplqsiyg nf rau.sip and bin" lame bapks, rhpumatisra "and all has moved his Lemonds and Miss Elizabeth Lsm-gnd- s isting, conditions and emergencies. recently wtcate J by Frank Brooks was with his brother, R S, Shi- mother Mrs. Sarah Kirby, Mrs. dergarten js sijfty-fouThe list irregularities of the kidneys and at a delightful dinner Sunday. Regu. in boty men and women, Great as the work of the republion Silver street, It is understood vel. Sunday and Monday. Dr. Gentry Evans spent a pleasant of girlsMh th dormitory includes', Attorney John Brown was here can party may have been it canUatps bladder troubles in chibren. that' County Supt J. W. Kincer, W P. Carter was called in week with relatives at Mt. Vernon Mary Q tin Ama M 8 Pqraell If not sold by your drngiist, will from Mt. Vernon Monday. Frank not hope to perpetuate it self, by move his family to this place, u'ill with Dr. Watkins of first of the month. Mrs. James Katie Cain Miranda Purcdl beiseut by mail on receipt bt$i.co Stapp. of Lebanon, has accepted ignoring its pledge and the deend we hope that we have not Maywood, and Dr. W. B. O'Ban Barron leturnel hjiue Sunday af- Ida Hamlitr-Beatrice Brovles the position aa clerk at the Eight mands of the people, on whose been, misinformed, for we ard al non of Georga Deaderich One small bottle in two 'months Stanford last Sunday to ter spending a wee with her moth Sallie Slewsrt George E. sovereign will the existence ot ways glad to welcome such good see a childof Haivey Owens that er, Mn, Sarah Kirby. Mrs. Jane Cleo Penniugton George Avnyjf treatment, and edom alls to Gables Restaurant. Durham the former clerk has'.e- - political parties are supposed lo perfect a cure. Send fdr testipeople as Mr. and Mrs. Kincer has. a serious attack of diphtheria. Renner, of CedarvilU, has been Mary Napier BeeEldridge from his and other states. turned to his home at Brodhead. monials exist. to our town. The saying that -rs. Laura B. Cable is cum-dere- d with her daughter, Mrs. H C. Kir-- b Elizabeth Gentry Bertha Litton Dr. E. W, Hall, 2926 Olive street George Jarrett who is attending "trouble" never, comes Mngle-bandeIV. for a few weeks but will return Emma Griffin with the sick this week. Roberta Purcell Berea College was the guest of is fully Illustrated in. the Miss Rihla' Chgndjer of Matet-bur- borne in the near fnture. A large MaryMaeLatham Blanche Silvers Louis, Mo , Sold bjrdivtfgist. What about the " Forecast "i his coaain, Earl Rice, Sunday :j case of our felloe townsman R. may be said, of a party entered gclioo here Mon- crowd of young peopl tittgqcjpd. ClaricQ HquU hhm Marr-la-. Harvie MUchel and Supt. Johnson Well this SPIRO. S. Shivel, bis 19 month's old child day. Misses Nannie McWhorter the singing last Sunday at the Anna Brown Lucy Skidraore ''A house divided against it selt fit Datfdoa gave quits an interestM that has been jefclotor about two and Jewel 'Francisco were in Liv- - home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mrtle Saylor Vivian Howard-Mattie cannot stand . Spirois located" irr ing lecture on Public School and weeks is very low, and not ex. J ing."tbu, Sdnda$v MM,tia Mrs French Supt. J. W. Kincer and Mamie Litton Huff That is truth recorded in holy ppot of Rockegstle, has two stores American Mechanic at the Union f l pectd to llve and on last Satur- G. F. Sq tpn ofjtffc. Vepnon were lamiiy are ... - of mgvmg to Ninerv Pnoil Sudie Huff inintcmg unit. We judge of the future by and a. grist mill Miss Dorothy Hall last Saturday. day about 1 o'clock p, ui . his little with home folks last waek;. Miss Brodhed. We regret very muGh Emma Pericil plsis Rhea , the past and to the thoughttnl LQwens. is visiting her auht, - Mrs. A- - H. Hamlin is improving the wmr pirl about three years old was Lizzie Holmes has returned to tolose such good people from our A.ri7.3ni Coldiron Vesta Cornett r B. F. Vanhook' at pcplaPulaski, interior of his 'busjjaesshousaud reader of history, no truth is more HJddenly taken with convtiMons ber home in Crab Orchard after neighborhood. George Deather- - Winnie Hinkle Rachel Joqes county. MiSs Ada McKinney, of will soon put in a complete stock universalin'its application than. --T PB!SHHfl Flat Lick, is visiting Misses Martha of new goods. Roy Magruder is this. This prophet does not venture McKinney and Mattie Owens. spending several days with home-folk- s -- O Cleveland Black, of N. C, is visitat Lebanon Junction. Little to predict who will be the republiing J. W. Dillingham's family. W Gladys Oliver has been quite ill can or democratic nominee for 15.' H Owens has about oompleted his for several days but is some better presidenr but we are likely to se two story dwelling also has con now. Psof. Dickerson will open a some peculiar interest manifested crete walks from dwelling to private school Monday in the in platform making this year and our prediction, to a store. public school building. Jame4 to reduce contest, there will be inJames McKinney and Cleveland Mahaffy has been very sick for guessing ,' Mink have eompleted their new three weeks. Mrs. Kate Riggs, corporated in both platform planks SayV Stfll Colder dwellings. T. B. Dillingham and wile ol Newton K.iggs, died on intended to mean 'Revision' '. hi family of St. Louis Mo., have January 15th. at her home on We know in pari what Uon. Woodbeen visiting Mrs. Dillingham's Main street, after a protracted son Wilson's views are on many of parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.Dilling-ham- . illness of tuberculosis. Mrs Riggs the leading questions of the hour Bradley Brown fs. attending had spent several years of her life as well as those of W. J. Bryan, Cash of school at Mt. Vernon. W. E in Livingston, during which time La Follette. of Roosevelt, Beveridge. of Clark and other Dillingham has returned to Berea she had endeared herself to a host Refunded ".-llml Bootees to school. bundav school is pro- of friends. She leaves beside her, presidental timber, but to guess on all Goocls gressing nicelv at Freedom under husband three small children. The again it's tafe to sav, that if the for not the superin tendance of J. N. Griffin. interment was in the Livingston men named representing as they do both parties, were placel on a satisfactory Mrs. Noe, wile of Rev. 1 J. cemetery. platform committee, there would Neo, died Sunday night of pneu' be found practical agreement on A FORECAST. monia after an illness ot only a Government control ot pubiio 1. few days. She was hurried Tues I utilities 2, Tariffe revision "to the day in the Freedom burrvihg As the heading indicates it is a of a revenue basis, 3. Legis ground. A. J. McKinney bad a glance ot the mental vision in the extent lation to increase tne scope aud line mule to drop dead while driving future. Of course it is a political power of Inter-State- Co umerce it in his buggy. Elisha Scott has forecast, a prophecy, as to the out (or court). sold his farm to A. J. Blanton and come of the scramble fo&president- - Commiss'on ,r In conclusion mortal vision, is moyed back to Harland county. ial honors. -- v-. Cash Price -incapable of foretelling who will Coats and to Brown & Albright will soon move n. be nominated on either ticket for their saw mill to the Savers tim --Price Boys .Overcoats We usually look to "big men" president nor what the result will to Rev A. J. Pike was ber. In a unanimously called as pa&tor of political leaders for wisdom and be when the vote is 'aken. .-----Cash Pricfc knowledge along this line, and.yet future article this writer desires to Freedom church for the ensuing year. Bro. Pike has been pastor the "Near great" are not the truly giifi a brief outline of Tariffe hispositively and many ot the so called tory and another confined to a every SLFIT .or at Freedom tor 4 years. Freedom great, men' have not approximated reviefa of the Irrepressible con- Hand-Tailor- ed house to be All-Wo- ol people are very iortuuate as we "great and all the very .newest "styles. Men. here are f great" hence the result flict which led to the civil war. n think, to get one of the ablest the'Near Js no liN been "blind lead the blind" in Mt. Vernon Ky. V. UUJN values can equal. preachers of the gospel in the has political matters with the spectacle . Jan. 15 i9i2. State. Mrs. ,Nancy Owens and FMisses Gracie of a skidding of the machine, and a two Do you know that fully nine out of "bosses," into the' politi-and Lena Owens have returned tnmbie i of every ten cases of rheumatism to Livingston after a weeks visit to cal ditch. are simply rheumatism of the musAt present national politics and cles due to cold or damp, or chronAll-Woand Mrs. Owens' daughter, Mrs. Alex ol Sweaters - to for 1 vl 'A policies are in a chaotic state of ic rheumatism, and reanire 1 o Wei's. uncertainty. internal treatment whatever? Apply Chamberlain's Linement freely and in. LIGHTHOUSE. A HE All-Wool or prophecy, must not see how quickly it gives relief. A forecast For years J.S. Donahue, So. HaFor sale by C'nas C. Davis ven, Mich.a civil war captain, as deal too much in specific tion?j nor AH-Wo. ol t. :.c.muKu . Blankets. sold for $4.t)Q: a ltghthouse keeper, averted aw.ul persou-..- u. i:.: Laboring lindef a New . Y r wrecks, but a qneer fact is, he linf the conditions stirrannriincr 9 I . .. . resomuon is iiLe carrying, a pa e might have been a wreck, himself, M ,u Kcui iuu nf t . n --.a JJ anJ ;.i ,, uu - -- .. uu 11 an c n if Electrfc Bittirs had not prevented. shwiiicu is iuc.c n y tell what going to happen. -r Tr- -"They cured me of kidney trouble And the way is mighty slipj erj II x-irWe ttv-- state first that political and chills," h writes, "after I had these days. taken others 40 called cures for k parties are built up 00 some orin m ryearswoubenefit and they also ciple that effecls the wbole le ' When baying a cough :. medicine . .. immovaa v sieht. Ntw. at seven- - anq. on .. . fHBw t7 (HhI' HikaMflH fll tnis lounoation wnat ever lor children, bear in mind that B I vSfckhz fine." For dys- . tv. flHMi People hue up some Chamberlain's Cough Remedy m a' pepsiartiligtkJtii all btoaitce, liver aidk'idn ey troubles, they're difference of opinion ?s to. tbe most enecioai lor colds, croup without equal Try .them Only 50 pmctple involved and thus form vneopiBg cougaandthat iteovti Cnr n c ., ,r! Art ww.w v a " . U . -- . bo aaratai arne. For tafe ?Z V Y .. ctsatGbfttO 'Davis. T tV 1AJ I rtf' rr ' " nr ,W- M fcww rltnisirtna j:iHCvITi8. j hw -- XlfM-irtsIt- "j " a ,q --;- fT - ,. .. ... -- - I g Mo-Kinl- ev 1 I to-carr- y sy-te- .... rec-tatio- ns -- n -- d Mr r. con-Hultati- -M- d' g .- ' JC. -- -- thc-gard- en V 15 DEGREES BELOW Weathher Man FEB ZRUARY ZERO v o 1 In ON ALL WINTER GARMENTS CONTINUES Sale $9.93 5,98 J.98 Suits VyXBil I $5.00 mM $2.95 Suits and Overcoats up to $15.00 -Oash -- up up $J0.00 - - 400 We GUARANTEE CQAT that .oes out ot qut lUKJi lmi IKY $1 .98-- Men's mm Women woo f oweaters up -. " grand-daughter- s, $3.59 ,$1 op $2 ,25 BMifikets "- O-IN- A QurTGoodbye priced $2.2R .i. iu-out- - .... o-- fnpim-ILJ LJ X X"VJLm L u iT-- tp . --r w- - i -- irv v -- ri -- n - y ' m.HK EMPORiurvr nca agua rt rs Eor .. J ! 1 (iAa - a4 j SHOWS THROUGH J vt m " - 3FUDGD PRINT ' -a- ' I jgggj y i?MT ui r I ' w mTi . jt . V 4kv'- zjw ! nfci tit ai iiiir- - " - tasi V I s 'MBKKHHHVSuHBHBBIMHHEUiBHlSSBHiHlitT: v . rw TL"-ir- ' t. "! i - . - j.sji. -y, -- r, X-'T- w mm ipii ii 9 ''inhiiw . vamwt jir- - -f naKarw wmhd wnmiiBiiatafc ci u e,f e iWT. V tH NQN SIGNAL mL Jill il, DM j flfiB U'... FkipaV, '. if-- Jan. 19 1912 lti0D haS eVer hadbefore il a u uuivnjjuu tyvv. ry.ui iprircf. ii.fi 'intefesr, of ueh pioloupd impoit Pie.sjdetu ' Tafi orders tlie r 1 sS.1, ihtr- mmSm S andard'Oil has or have raised U -- The Open Door SCIENTIFIC NEW DISCOVERIES. trlrjzriipl' nn fracture ui a submarine cablo nearly 3000 miles long. A few fossils sent to an expert geologist enable him to Accurately determine the rock formation from which they aie taken. This he can describe as perfectly .ts If the rocky formation was before him jn the table. bo, also, in medical science. Disease! has certain unmistakable-- signs or svmi 10ms. iiy reason 01 tins iaci tne puysi-cian- s and specialists connected with L'r. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel and Surgical In stitute at Buffalo, are enabled to accurately determine the nature ot many chronic diseases without seeing and personally examining their patients. In recognizing disease without a personal exam; ination of he patient, they do not claim to possess miraculous powers. They ob tain their knowledge ofthe patient's dis- -l ease by practical- - and principles of modern science. Certain diseases disnlav certain peculiar traits. Subjected to scientific analysis they furnish abundant data to guide the judgment of the skillful practitioner. This method of treating patients at a distance, by mall, has been so successful that there is scarcely a city or a villiace in the United States that is not represented by-one or more cases upon tne records 01 practice at the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute. Such rare cases as cannot be treated in this way, which require surgical operations or careful or electrical therapeutics, receive the services of the most skillful specialists at I'jq Institution. Dr. R. "VI Picrco long ago established this Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute with a full Staff of Physicians who were expert In their specialties. These physicians may bo consulted, by letter, frco and without charge whatever, if you wish a specialist's advico upon any chronic malady. The same system ol "specialites" is observed as in the departments of a medical college. Tho profcssoi who would assume to lecture in all departments with equal case and proficiency woina no severely rmicuiea oy nis colleagues, and it is just as absured to suppose that tho general practitioner can keep himself informed 01 the many new methods of treatment that are being constantly devised and adopted in the several departments of Medicine and Surgery, eopto who have been patients at Pierce's Invarids' Hotel, Buffalo. N. Y have much to say in recard to tnis won derfully equipped Sanitarium, where all the latest electrical apparatus, as well as electric water baths, Turkish baths, static electric machines, current, and other most modern and apparatus are used for the cure 0' chronic diseases. The treatment of tht ;hronic diseases that are peculiar tt women have for many years been a Targe factor in the cures effected at the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute. The violet-ra- y treatment, which Is another interesting proceeding, Is carried out by concentrating the light, rich In tho violet or chemical rays, from ah arc .ight with a specially prepared caWbon, upon any portion of the txxly that may bo tho seat of pain. Sufferers from neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatism, strains. spnJns, also from tlioso obscure exhauft'-"- j pains (the origin of wjiich cannot at t.mes be accurately determined) frequently find immediate relief from a single treatment and. usually with a little persistence In the use of tliis.aid, comfortable- health or perfect recovery Is obtained. Then, there is the incandescent light bath, consisting of a cabinet in which tho patient is bathed in the combined rays of many electric lights. It has produced really wonderful results in diabetes, sciatica, rheumatism, obesity, anaemia, and somo forms of kidney and heart trouble. It has also proven valuable In chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma and the various skin diseases. As a general hygienic measure its efficiency can scarcectrctro-macnnll- r. fc- -t ance, as the subject. "Cair " Published every Friday by it Mob:be PreveateJofPuuishedliy the Stale? uiViiin EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. -- HARP QUESTION TO " That ia wou,d alsU likt o ievie th t T. R. schedule. i: Jll Ai,e" reports tbat three . tltcsft UtIliat he nf t ortl ft- - to 0)t'r;iUiM;iin exactly locatu a By ttio quest i. 1:1 vis" v-- - ft - , w t" r . 4 f ? r $1.00 is very dimcult to give a sips factory, or even a plauMe aiijwei Men trained in the scieie'f tl ? Is known 01 law and of statesmanship rm you 4ivttis'n rates made ! been confronted with ihisqucsfio application ? a nice since the very dawn of eivilizatioi FRIGHTFUL POLAR WIND.-ilov with roue st the laa and have been endeavort'ig of any kind or Do you need, a north and pliy hivojwitbt eskin formulate or originate some met b MEMBER OF causing red rout;h or sore chapped KEXTUQKY PRESS ASSOCIATlOf whereby the mob may be pre entc description ? iandi and lips, ihat need Bucklen's and the law of the lamtaUo ved ' Arn ca Sil e to Leal them, Ii take its due course in tberegnlatui nn-cfhsicinsoTt and smooth. Remember we have the nicest and best , of society and in the punishme U rivaled for also burns rockers in the of c me, but, it seems, ihai uot noils, sore- - uleVrs. cuts, biuises and ithst nding the fact that men of piles. JO ly 20 cents at Chas C. tigering gtnius. great leaders and Dav'S spent ages jn ciyi. ?atio.t ha Medicine Via- - Read it this tauJable undertaking, jet the Clerk Before I took your elixir CLIMATE A3 AN ASSET. recources of the tact remains that the question is rav face was a siht. You oJsjht In tellinR the South, but little has been said no more nearly answered today to see it no v. Send me another hitherto ahont its dim te. Al' than it was a thousand vears ago. bottle for my mother much being conLeded, 1 judge the wirld knows something of r Jud-oSwift, the secretary of find Qttop and tobacco, and that what I mav offer in this the American Tract Socitv, was will not furnish a genuine delivering an eioquent address in great war something, too since the has been) published about its correct : solution of the question fiuor of temperance whenaJistener also carry a line of Hardware and wealth and the means at that will settle it to the satisfaction 'hou'ed: mineral s money saved to buy your Hardware from hand to develop it. One except jf all. "But, Mr. Swilt, lots of babies "But while it miy be utterallv are brought up by the bottle." ional asset meanwhile has been us : namely, its impossible to prevent the forma-- ! practicallv ignored, Yes", Mr. Swift retortei, "and ' tion of the mob, yet I am a firm lots of men and women are brought wonderful climate. of a superb climate believer in the doctrine of the down by it." The value and what it may do for a locality ultimate triumph of the right, &nd Jinison I woulden't bang a man stands confessed in the story of in the end the .ertainand complete 011 any "expert" testimony of the South of France and of Call ov rthrow of the wrong, and while doctors. Would you? fornia. It used to be said 01 it may be difficult to. so control ' Jameson Not if I were in good ftnmtnern California that it bad society as that the mob, will be health. nothing but its climate, and at the entirely eliminated, yet I feel ab "Humph! What's that to do time k was said vhis wsis largely solutely certain that by the appli- with i'V "I haven't much faith in doctors true. But Southern California to-- cation of the proper means it is in ooshible to practically weed it out when I'm vvl ." v is one of the richest regions Mrntai. Calemhar. One of all Ametica, if not in all the worldr from amongst us ; nd ubstitute herefor law and order. To u ti r ri'7.i-r- s ha tvbe a Vental . io laires Ils climate attracted ra C lend r where''V one can ascer;oNNUKOWN A.U.FURNISH who were in quest of health and this requires great patiei e. tain iinv dny o. the wee .0 datt luxury and h EDUCATION IS REMEDY Brown-Furniswealth, with resulting hr ughout the year without re development. 1 lake it 1 In the first place, to a ca'e-idacr almanac Experts now tell us that the mr people, to fully appreciate ii Ve du a general Real Estate Iff Application hs been made for biidiness; handle town and farm ia framrd salubrious. cl:ruue 01 (.1 the la ', vtlue and meaning property, do abstracting and is exactly duplicated in its broarlest pass on titles. sense, shoul 1 h copv"ijlr. If you want to sell list your prop-wit- n Georgia and Alabama; that theit horoughly educated. bei-- f I us; if you want to buy we TRIED REMEDY is m difference between the two. hat no wicked, l.wless .ici , can save you money. have heard the story of the farFOR THE GRIP. -- i that the tfcne is not distant j was ever hatched io when his fact will be known and mer who chalked his accounts on the of a thoroughly educated A GIRL'S WILD MIDNIGHT appreciated. d fi led and cultured people I r barn door, which later burned. RIDE. Granted that; such is now the not mean to say (and d not wib ly be To warn people of a fearful forJn medicine there has been rapid and use you ca then the'South hasmatii estly to be understood) that the unlearn' arc in like real progress during recent years, and Dr. est fire in the Catsfcills a young Pierce has kept up with the times In that mfd.iight advantage. the ed and illiterate of the land const ho lias had tho manufacture and ingredi- girl rode , horseback- at modern methods. Her deed ents in his remedies Improved and saved many lives. .1 is a loug journey Ironi New tute the lawless masses. Thet. laboratory by skilled chem-.st- was glorious but lives are often n handle your money do your Yorlt to Los Angeles even undei are many mi.lions pf struggling, the greatest care being exercised to see that the ingredients entering into his saved by Drv King's New Discovtry But from illiterate people "who ha'' e as uigl the best conditions medicines Dr. Pierce's Fabookkeeping, relieve you from worry trouble, coug is ai d vorite Prescription as well as the "Golden in curing lung Vcw York to Augusta and Mwbile regard for the law, as far as thty co'ds. which miebt hhve e ideri in Medical Discovery" are extracted frm and work account will give Ml the bestvariotyof native medicinal roots, noncMmnftnn or niiptimnnia. b' .and is a trip accompli.she .nderstand it, and a hieh ideaf gathered with great caro and at the proper witlim a few hours, while by water f 1ife4 as man ot the irfore fo sgason of the year, so that their medlci- - .cuied me of a dreadfu. cough and safety and credit Checks are your A you vv 1 1 iui iiitiyrnu-- islimy uo uiuai rciiuuie. en - I HingS UlSea c, WillCS TV. jx. "aftPt im a cruite ol a like number 01 unate who have attained to" tin it is exercised not to over Great care , personal coinage system courage those who consult the specialists ' terson, Wellington, days It is said that the wealth of .oftiest standards ol imntal exc-ef this institution that no false hopes four in our family hsd died witr MuMII nov no end of H G'him hnJs e,but it caiinot'Le denici If yoUhayent surplus money,4ep- - sit yrter&S common Sense Medical consumption andl gained 87 -- T plca-.u- e in brief voyages to the hat fdncatlon- - the broadening o Adviser Is sent free on receipt of stamps .poun as. woiinng s suic auu ouc all your money to nay expense or mamne nly. Send 31 ior all throat and lung trouble, us r.nd 1 2 your "MllIB Bermudas, anthat tt e nun ber he intellectual horizon .t is tl stamps for tho o. Trial bottle . m W, Write the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Price 5 cand $i. of .nrists to those islands in quest surest way toimplant in the bumi) us and pay oui tills by money Institute. Dr. R. V. Pierce, President, at free. Guaranteed by Chas C D or health- - is steiuily mind and breast the proper respet of recrtation' Buffalo, N. Y. is. will soon have credit check increasing. Wheu plans now out for the law and its orderly an For Salk Pl mouth hens line! for developingHhe States oJ decent enforcement. This is bu When give as soon tne croup When Iniying a cough medicine and a sur jk s. ready to lay a dollar each '. Ad Georgia ifd Alabama as health natural. Chamberlain appears The better developmen r children bear in mind that cc ugh Poultry Journal hambr-rlain'an'l p'ea-urCo gh Remedy is Ccuph Ren e k will ward off resorts have been we get of the mind, the more w in , nc nost effectual for ro os. .toup and ittalc of c o lp and prevent carried out, such voyage.--search into the unfathomed depth.and cause"of ai t v i opit g cough and ti at it contains danj er doubt, will be extended furthti of the sciences and the arts, th FOR FLETCHER'S r ue i' -no harmlul drug sale by Hi usarl "f mother South, " and such touiists will find more we real of the philosopher Sold by Chss C. D-Pha.sC Davis. on the South Atlantic coast wl at and law givers, and of their gre they hadsuppovd could only te productions the more we learn o knowu in California. our great scheme of representativt ' Plans are being pushed to build government the wonder and mar great and luxurious hotels along vel of the world the more w the bette the South Atlantic coast, so that reason and think, Burns white, clear and wealth may find there what it it equipped we are for citizenship: last drop. tteadv to theeveryone For In the the sake of willing to pa1 for handsomelj and when a criminal approacbt family. Insist on having elsewhere. These resorts are to a person thus entrenched an Solite Lamp Oil be connected by well kept public equipped with a suggestion that h Sootlesa OdorSmokeless less Costs no more than in roads, over which automobiles commit, a crime or do some sort - wagon Kinas. ferior tank may be driven with safety. And of violenc , the developed atu Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer hasltln barrels direct from our works , 3C3C&X: speedly the South may wake up trained mind and indignantl CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO., LOUISVILLE, RT.Oil. Auto Motor Gaso'lne. Ktonery as Marrra, to find its climate an asset and spurns the suggestion. But th source of revenue, not one whit man surrounded by the fmpent liehind its assets of corn nnd cotton trable darkness of illiteracy v ignorance, with a skull as and tobacco. where you will as a stone, whose eve never gaze BETHURUM MAKES upon JUDGE tne torch of reason, woul POWERFUL APPEAL FOR always find listed the best of goods, which with little persuasion join the mo I MOB PREVENTION determined a d blond thfrstv mo1 (Extracts of address before Ctrcui-Judgeare sold for fair margain of profit Goods meeting held in Louis OLD HICKORY CHIPS Ky are the kind of j ville tbfclast and sold Yes the Democratic Nationi Sneak inc uoon the subiect o Convention will meet in Baltimo: always pays goods COMPLETE LINE '0an the Mob Be Prevented or June 25th and name the next Pres " Judge dent of. the U. S., Punisoed by the State. Coffins, Caskets and Robes. Motro has always been to give B. J. Bethurum of Somerset dis ican fottverttpn wi The Rip'ib All Mail, Telegraph or Telej t t cussed practically every phrase ot meet in Cbicogo June 18th am the very best goods our customers - phone orders Promptly question, and his words were name a skillful pilot tor a sal the " Filled. loudly applauded by members ot river trip. possible for the money. the KeutucVy Circuit Judges' Perhaps his determination t'v Association. The address is as customers for the jjat maintain silence is one of th follows: t&t&x&pc good resolutions that T. R. mad and asking- - continuthe ronage in "This association of circuit just before 1912 started. judges has been frequently enter Wonder if LaFollette draw ance "in thevfrfure7 1 HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID lained by strong and able address .mileage pay while making a cam FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES by men of grea es .deliveted YYours very truly, Wsol on CemlHleft. Writ for price- v paign tour? power and ability" at former meet Htt menHenliif MU$ &. Ohio voted LaFollette to b. ' Bateblished 18S7 must say that "the sub mgs," but I 7 .. JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUSV.LLE,KY. "the logical candidate,', but didn jtct discussed upon these occasions Verhon, for hers. although of great importonce t.i quite take him Uncle Sam will let- - Dr. Sur the people generally, furnishing food for the deepest thought, and take a tryout at stilling the trouble FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S the discission of wkkh no doubt waters of China before extending jfl resulted in great benefit toall the official recognition to the allegec ". - newriepublic "' judges, yet Idotfbt if the associa(JBSCRfPTION ONE YKAK 1 to,wbiciun 75 oV veek ontracted t' r kes )f sp kxs. R .ilroadsv dent'V to n Ml Mr. Pros- eii:.v o.vij good ai d trong. Tin-i- s he hijj Iiemocralic yeai about. t'w a '" " b - FU RKilTURji it Furniture How abcut want Rug Table town -- 1 well-establish- s cold-sores- -- after-treatmen- t, . in-la- if.-co- n HAR 0 WaI We it con-nectio- n high-frequen- te S. B. McKenzie To Those Who Work a d tt-ri- r Realty Co. t - iJali-forn- 1 You 1 over-estimate- d. You rut if don't well-know- n s, Let us well-kno- A bank n aBi 'wrvih a 1 t?E RU RSilGHS. V.UL I cne-ce- nt cloth-boun- with d. with You 1 e s 1 - Children Cry CASTORI r-o- The Peoples Bank A - pc3ic3xpB3!c33c xaq- -- jonas Mckenzie 4Ffr$X$pK$fa x-- Hlgh-Gra- dc an-thr- c i KE AN EYE ON JHIS SPACE EACH WEEK, right to buy. &c&ya$yc$&?r& GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead s a bought right that it Our to 1 l Thanking my past -- a rfocr- fxr$8 -- or am ' n $ JONAS McKENZIE ,i Kyi $ Mt FURS AND HIDES M OMldren Cry rhinair . fC'fv2f CASTORIA Children Cry OA STORIA ' ?; i. "i- - nf n - sat?. m V v. -- . ' - T" A -- j 14 below Z-- -- according to he YLrilUi blUiAL most uccu.a.d il.erti.oniete s.'has been the eldest, but that was mt Vkbnon. Ky. Jax 19 ic,lj enough to make all sit up anJ Many ytar-- -- incfr we hacHiny T7f Culi dp ".No. 79" wlien I vJ you wonltoCommuni thing 'ike as cold weather. cnte vxli SIGNAL -- i ''In Dv. lyti, V. M Owens th Burr. 'Merchant boutjbt 95.64 vorthfof eggs, Durfng the ear 9u besought Sg78 40 and during le past six. years ha l)uurhl 1O98 They Jases or 82940 di zn. lOUISVILLC 4 NASHWILUC R R.CO. doz'eu .vere from one egg up to six IVI I o no-lic- e. ! ' : ?- -- T". r '. ' hT - ' Try:1" !" ! ' -- n8.JHH.i-a.'i " imm 3 jj ' rrjggJW-i-UPigrJ- gtt '"'" ...i'.- - CMgggS.BKr -- t rxrf rv n m 79 -- BAKING POWDER " Absolutely Pure The only Baking PoWdeFtnade fromRoyal Ciape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSfeKATE. .I'm. . 3 ' tZxifr-- ., Hi-- fi Sa'Prsc TkfeT -- ; erf?iJ.' z ilti 3 TIME TABLE. 22 aortn 24 nortn ta time Miss Stella May Anain, of Berea tnd Mr. Jack M- - LaswelJ, o 2 :n:38 a it Orlando, were married Wednesday south 12:19 am evening 2i South The at seven o'clock. Tas. Landrum, Agent. nride is the daughter of Mrs.i Phons No. 58. Nannie O. hianiiamun, and r is 0 ery attractive young lutiy. Mr Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice aswell is 01 e ol Rocfecastles nicest mail matter. as second-clas- s oung meu and has a good position T.ie:r vith the L isrft. nilroiJ. PERSONAL uany friendo. wish them much R L. Britton was very sick last lappiness and ucces. week. i.46 p m 353 a m EOR RENT. A Uqu a id lot in Sparks and Davis, adcition Ap- ri plj' at this o "fee. 'of .- l$J MI a --- TvVwvn I fvj) V rOIIZ-B , ' For Sale: ud lot. in Jan. 3f Salu;-Tvv- - -- One fivaoomJiouse " sJt clhead, Apply,, to," D.M-.Presto- n. 'BrodliejT; Ky o ru r""A v rz-i- . t' For 'an years old. apply lo U. 5 good mules . , sit .1 - v -. L- iJRVANr. 1 'Sl . S'S!4 & 1 fti&m (7ZZT t- ,I m D . I I s- ;..-- ' U - : - - - -. U o -:-- .. I -i . . Thursaay, Friday an chiS'aitu relay A . - February 1, 2 and 3, 1912- - . 8t. Mt. Vernon. Regular services at the Caj.tis. Jhureh.'Sunday, Jarrjiyn:y.v3? coif lucted by the pastor ' Sunday chool at 1U:00 am. as usual Brodhead Sunday. 'reaching at 11:0'J a in Preach Mrs. Jones has been on the sick ng in the evening at 6:30 o'clock list for. a lew days. ?rayer meeting every Thursday Miss Willie Francis is numbered with theVick, Walter Robins was up from Jtfrs. R A. Whitehead is with friends at Livingston. Pavne Smith has returned from Versailles and is now on the sick list Miss Anna Tate was in Livingston Tuesday with Mrs. W. H. Kreuger. Mrs. Margaret Grimes is at home days from Lexington for a fe with her mother. Our new marshal, Pleas Debord, in his new uniform looks tvery inch of a marshal. . B. Cummins and Estil Price from Walnut-Grove were in town ".. buisness. Mrs. John Brown and Miss Rose' Mc.Cord went to Lovisville yesterday afternoon for a few "day. Mrs. Linda Benton and daughter Miss Willie, arid son, Tohn, were witHfriends here for a few d iys. U. G. dbker was in L"ujsvil!e first or the week buvi g more his already extremly goods to adl large stock. little Mrs. R. W." Dyche-a- nd daughter. Mina Bess, spent the wee'e in Livinsto-- i the guests of Mrs. W. H. Kreuger. Dr. A. G. Lovell has receive mtice of his appointment oy the National Bureau of Medical Legislation a member for this county. Frank Longmire will do the concrete work on the Construction Job recently contracted by tie W. J Sparks Co , for the L&N in Tenn "Monday on .vening 0:30, which is well atHave a sharp, steel cutter on .the "j tended and very iutt resting Freedom burying ground Wed- plow. eachers' meeting every Friday nesday. - Rich buttermijk means a poor but vening 7 o clok Everyone eor -- i . ter yield. LEVEL GREEN. Hally invited to attend-a- ll these Provide some succulent - food foiJ J services.' Strangers and visi We have had-- a wck of the cold- ewes In winter." ors have special invitation. est weather vve have had for several Thorough and constant spraying Is The reciial given at ihe Pre'bv- - years. Rtv. A. J. Pike, of Broc'T- ahe. price of good fruit! riau church Wednesday evening heiJ, filled his regular appoi n" - r ... Rev. Uarl T. Michel and Miss meat at Poplar ve ?faq U1) Giove last Sat- - sonie bonfires vlght away, OTa ::rtlie' p Claudia Dodson surpassed any- - ur . lay ? nd Fu day. V.ctor Pric hing ever witnessed in Mt. Vcr eu'ered Welch-MorroIt has never seemed advisable tc school a jon in the musical liue. 'At the Mt. Vernon last Monday. Kstjl-- sow alfalfa in tfe fall with "rye. '" .iauo, Miss Dodson's equal has -ice and Qharley Rd tie hav? Provide the tomatoes with a supevei been seen in Mt. Vernon purchisel the stoc' o , port ofrsome kirul treljis or stakes. j;oo( t so pronounced by those . from Fields Bros, at th.s'pljct, A little pig and, vho heard heron Wednesday even thiy will tike charge of" the e - needs it almost' hues sunshine needs ' g gs much as he a ng as well as on fornier occasious. 'week.--O- ra time- . food. 4 1 Mr.s.:J, J. Noe, wife of. Rev. J. . 'rNoe,. of neTr Ffeido u and- of our West Mam street t nother .uerchant, T. N. Noe died Monday morning after an illness of only a few days of Diieumonia. Mrs. Noe was about 69 years of age. The brrial took place at the y2jgE SSCesj The colt nutrfs exercise. Divide the hog pastures. t the above dates representing one of" E WILL have a special Salesman with' us on - A"Sc"oir With Hundreds of tji - I" Brctr"B o Cu. i Fin lor ol i. All-Wo- PRiN'G mil and IN SUM MER THE PIECE - ' .1 P t WOOLENS w " WE WAN T'- YOd-- 'Specw And your friends to come to this ial Tailoring Sale and let us.-sho- nd-.wa- sto-ipm- vlr. Michel as a vocal soloist, is n artist and has long since won be admiration of Mt. Vernon cop!e. Wednesday evening's per 01 ilr 01 mance belongs in that tigli class of musical performances Brown hgs. a ei'y p'eisant visit with her sifter, Al . Q L. Hatchtir, at Corbin Ky. W?de El. Mullius his moved into the property recentlv vacated bv Alec Davis. Aiiaa e ji.-asi- next tetarned frpm j "Retter sires, better cows, better care and more prosperity is thq inevitahlf . result. 1 . i " " What's What " for ; SPRING and SUMMER' ' Wo can show 500 different sample? and can show .The gospel of clean milk is not a strainer gospel, but a gospel of "pre vention.L what jou want at the price yni want to pay. ' Fair: -- The prospects are very 1 Dv.Bord "who ; f 1 is to lalteriug that Mt. Ver p ave a fair. A p?per asking for (inscription for stock was circu ated Welned.iy andat the r time f going; to press there we reX-iubscribers for' so many shares of toclc at Sto per share. The caoi cal stock will be Jiooi4 and-1is he jjnrpoo of the promoters to .sell .that stock to lco ptop'e or it other Words let no one haxe oe ne sh ae All wlio have sub ' -. 1 attending school at Etrja a me home Wednesday to be' ptcsenl at the wedding; o! her. sister Fanm , Mr$ rf ilUe CretitTy d it better condi tion to raise .fall pigs than they art! In 'Sows are always We Gisarantee Saiisfaction Look the line oer. Leave )ouv measure and Ve willxleliver the Suit any time you want it " J g aim L.nVed - ,b'y'a fall oSTthe' frozen ' In kPfrllor. nn'r nnl I. never uu. ....... Z..T 'ZX' -- "o ,.w-ITV WCOK. Lit- clover. IJiuiiiiu vetjuclifrohi-aj-diilacate- Wash all parts "of separator at end of separation and; scald; leaving in th 3 Tl t. OnGn nfr tn rtrv 'r a Ul'Isgne-of the 'foodsnessenT ; few s? ofe he'r, J.WI...VU friend,. r"iat Siturd ly evening In- preparing either swalmits Tn.jse present were, Kdd and .. 'onmtK fbr planting,' the shucks or byt should Hrve Uro.vir, Clay ThoniDM.n, he left on over winter. VWI3 -- Brd entertainer"-j- a lt iaai 1 --- .. WIIIIOUI j-- tL T ' F1 1 - - a V..LOOK FOR THE SIGN' OF THE FISH isyou-aitiryiiy- j..' - i? ' . - . -- . wtvjsjs jcjing-i- i r Hiury Todd and Brinkley Lathin aj.'d Mi?bes - rJ 7 r ' Graded upon his matrimonial march friends. Madam mraor says Jan. '31, is time, Lexington the place, Burnaugb Hop, and Miss lle kins, a Kentucky belle, the young " ladv. , Rev. J A. Sawyer, of soeut this week .here visiting his brother, Rev. E. F. Sawyer. He wasaCcompanied by Miss Hazel Ruth Albright; of 's Brodhead, Ky. Tnis is Mr. first trip to his old home in twenty years Clipped from weekly Advance E. City N. C. R. A. Whitehead ha- accepted a position with the W. J. Sparks Co and will go to Tennessee to look after the company's interest pu the construction contract which the company has for the L. & N. Jas. W Mullins will also be on the Since works, as superintendent. Mr. Mnllins will be located rthere for some time, he will move his .family to Lewisburg, Tenn., the town .through which this extension ' " .runs. L-ci- .cribed for?:o:k or wh ) arj. in' erested in- - Mt Vernon h2?hig i fair are requested to meet at the Jourt House "iext Tuesday even essee. Mrs Cieo Brown writes froir ing at 7 o.'clock- - when the orgai Los Angeles, Cal., that she anr zation will Di perfected and th re left There her mother, Mrs. Mary Williams officers elected. arrived there safely; that her something over forty shares .and mother stood the trip fine and i anyone desiring a share of stock please notify Chas. C. Davi-- " feeling much better. or Roy Beasley As Prof. T. A. Houston, the popular to grounds and other details will und proficient principal of the considered at tb.2 fuesd ty n ight school, is soon to steal a be i- Macks--ville,-Ky- -, Saw-dyer- - LOCAL The home of Gilmore Reynolds of Pine Hill, was destroyed by fire! yesterday morning with all the contents. No insurance, " W. T. Davis has bought a one ' half interest in the store of T: N. Noe. The "style of the new jum yill be Noe & Davis. Mrs. Jack Hysinger died Wed- nesday morning after an illness of only, a few- - days ot acute indigestion. The remains were laid to rest -- yesterday in the family jourying ground.-- : Ihalielhij dnd. Mayu t Jiave a grass pin ,to themselves ami !e given extra Seed and care. .Piiig. '.Marv Lithiju" Wv? 'Or , r ' ' i .. . Brown they ah hilt baying', tluy rS -, A cini! Drnusht on bv the ndHn , J . coming in .contact ,rith the fros'tj ,to coriie.',1iain..-:B(-u " ground may rnlifVytifir best cow. :. Thompson pnrchase'd .from" .0. J, -x Home of Good Clothes --? Muliins oje joung bay hores. at a The individuality of each cons;d:rably low price.- - Svvanuie should be studied, and the feeds hors sup Price and Floyd Gentry eujoved a. plied to meet individual requirements pensable features 01 the pipe. Ztnspiastei anil Bro. a traveling very plea&aut slejgh ride Don't let the buck run with the STILL TIME TO GHT TiJ.E- t 'breeding The page devoted to the iutere.Ms salesman tr Mk Bell. Kincer is day. r does wljen the FOR $1.73 COMPANION season is tjver, but coniine him in a pen by him of boys in school and coMee veiy stck at this writing. Misses Vbla "DBord sabelle Ttie publi ihers of The Youth's Ping and Beatrice Broyles ejnftereb self. Companion announce that they always has an article of expert . f i" This thing of trying to make advice on atl eletics by .some one Uschool at Mt. Vernonslast Mo'Tday- Are there any old apple trees in wt ccept yearly subscriptions out' of ex presidents gets authority, with meeting. Thoje who entered school at your orchard, bearing desirable fiult at $1.75 tip to the erd elf March. who speaks Easy, to graft good varieties upon one's nerves. . Berea dontVeem tu be Very wt 11 them. ' Thelaew rate of 2.00 will go into vhether it is football, baseball-- . Most anyone can be an editor. satisfied two "of them have swimming or other vigor-M Ilf (skating, returned nfR..f ..w w. KSf v.v.1. nmniii(lv.4.i Anrll ' I . All the editor has got to d .is si t aireaay? why With good fence wire as cheap at 1 lie pgc iui giii. should they nor- lnrtrp nnmhpr whose stthscrilltioriS ;i!U! paMiiiit:. FOR FLETCHER'S al a desk six days out o' the patronize their home school an) it Is today it is an easy matter to di ho vide up the hog pasture into conven run over into the early weeks' ot week, fiftytwo weeks of the year wry -! comtnumtv, without lorgetiu? TJie weddingof Air. Garfielc lent lots. the year, as well as thoe" who and "edit'-- ' such stuff as this: that girls can be ornamental as Isaacs aged thirty and Miss Frunit SiOO.PER PLATE in new All ewe Iamb3-tha- t are, not deslr Were unable to send "Bill Jones of Brush Creek ler DeBord twenty six was so'.emuizet welTas uaeful. And there is the able' to raise g3breders "'should be script ions before January r,' was paid at a banqurt t" Henry a can opener slip last Week and at the home of the bride Wedngs gfven extra eed and'rsent "back to the have this opportunity to get The annlv page, which, in the course Clay, in in1S42. r cut him in. the mntry.". of a year fil's the place of a domes Mighty costly for thps with stomday Jan. 10, the Rev.fcD. R. Gentry block early . Companion for another fifty two tir piipvrlonerim. . v... x, v. . v ach trouble or indigestion. To d&y vj1l fe3 . .. o'fficiating. Tne brirte is one o. Systematic training Is of value 18 weeks at the .old prjee.. If yuu Subscribe now tody while people every wherense Dr. Kink's threwa stone .and struck- - MrT'Pike Rockc.istles beat 'young teacher handling-youncolts; teach them one had no other periodical "reading for The Companioi. may yet be had New Life Pills;' for' these troubles' in thejlley lasj Tuesday.;1, ; ;; ?UdijEterobm has a very higi thing at a tinnvnave .them Jearn thai your 'amilv, The-- Youth's as well as liver, "kidney and bowel one thing thoioughly t for S1.75 l.'mQi""C .u poattfdathey both luve mans j. 'P1 '" disorders. Eay..5fc ure." Only would be sufficient su-THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, 25 cts at Chas C, Davis. Cold, exposed sleeping quarters that ficient roof of his houle' 4 week locking wartn 'Trinas to them by even for ke mi enjoyment compel the tows-t- o pile up. in order tc Berkely Street Boston Mass. for a leik and fell s'trikingnnm- - hearty congratulations. ." , one.Syoang and'old; sufficient to 144 keep warm are usually responsible' for Ne.w.Sjtibscriptions Recti vetl ai self on the back parch. the dead nigsl this time. keep you nost.d on important i'eu this Office. Foh Sai,e: Having decided tc "While Harold Green was and events of th div; sufficient Fruit 'trees should be planted in t go west I will offer fpr sale one escorting Miss Violet Wise from regular f ows - if the orchard, or fruit to give 3 on a mud richly stored ' wd t2Xi,fm -rf The new the church social last Saturday complete saw mill outfit in splengarden, so thorough culture can he with useful l'MQwledge. PINE HILL'. given both waysof the orchard. e Good 20 hp night a savage dog attacked them did condition. departments have become iu'dis- and 25 hp boiler. If sold at and bit Mr. Gijeen several times on Give the ewes the. best possible e oucq.wiH selJ at.a grea 'bargain. chance to get Miss Mary Price and little the court square". .thdm Iri high .condition t P Tor "Louis Mille'r of your town: was or further particulars appiyta "before' breeding, time. It means more y w brother lett' here Wednesday W. F. Warren, Hansford Ky.. ,or - and stronger and thriftier lambs., 1 T Barboiirsville to enter, school.. A Barbed "Wire Out. OoKar playing with a cat Fridaywheif it or Saddle (5a!l not properly is the best and quickest the Bank of Mr. Co'lHer. ot Crab Orchard, wa " , healed leav 0 a 'ilsliijjuriiis Maple and ash posts will last abo-i- t scratched him pn the. verandah' scar. way to perfect health. or four years; excepting the Jan. ig 2t. three i our little town Wednesday. ' Ba'i!a?d'.5 "Tub Bullock, while harh'e.fsing ' Women very best quality cf yellow asb, and. It and girls who Jim L'erry and wife returned to a .broncho ' last Saturday, was 'Medicine that aid nature are all la too dear totbe used as fence .suffer- - are simply weak ' their home atCorbin Thursday. & ,r kiked just south of the corn crib". ways most effectual. Chamberlam'-Cough-Remed- y "posts. I " s. I vvcoa. an. uvci. r'j Claud Mullins was in Mt. Ve. acts on this plans A negro "blacksmith recently" Mighty easy to feed new corn to the Opiates and alcoholic" p nbn Thursday. Hoister Berry of It allays the coughr relieves the for All r. announced a charge in his business lungs, opens Ihe.secretion and aids hogs, stalks and all, but you will find Si la the Ws'flt mixtures are worse than I j fiat-I- f ft Gnrbin was with home folks Sunc.J .lie ricfcl:. ' ALrasions trie" corn is' first run through K as follows: nature in restoring the 'system to the shredder the animals will worthless-- , they aiTErra Tf Ihn rr::r.l is cloanseJ an3 eat it Jfj the lnuTncri "3p!Ml promptly, Pf day. Mrs. Jones the IJoIh Polkr -- De cojiardnership here- a4iealthy condition. Notice: Thousands tin rlnnn vate the trouble and oceaB wctifi preischer closed her meeting heref hS vnc KCiurur. at' "3-- ; - s"--' k V1 onto, nnil tSo QuaU ncaU lien tofore resisting between me and have testifiel'to its ftiperiarexc'ej. iitm uithit n ifir. i! - irii'. onr Ttr. W .Sunday with two. joiners which g lower the standard ot L Shocked COm accustama'5fnftro Jnr 3 r&Srsir.rr' tlint t rfect Mose Skinner is hereby resolved ."l lence. Sold by Chas u . M the wound ft I tTin ,t were Inptist by breaking a four JS. health. -- . facta ,ofVobcorn.tfin'nto-iASH:tBJu.- q. .r .Tw 100 quicii- - t ThPr 9r, ,v.. rDnc,o U JUU mem xo eai so mucnrougbngeMn-con- neaiiroii ft: cjfai'o tlic Rur- ina rS'u.u' jTJem what owe; derlrm will settle .uwuo 1 ly. ilor ntis iceonj pond and then having h a taco wid me, anddeui what de firm should lead a better life iu 112. i J nection that.tberev Is" very little danger jS nlns ana dtsih .fi :t into to t jtp j sore fe-hcr.l inem to kneel, aown in tile water ;, ?fl and lncv:t I"rac3 a bad f of owes will settle wid Mose'!,. 4 ' 5, j scar k and then pouring three, pitchers oC ?3 Owners rf, b36ofi.-- clock pre- - S. A Neveda editor's note of thanks: for this l.ntacru to all others fii waier upon their head Adam f jj strengthens he vhole g tor only Cn3 -- body, invigorates and 9 Constipation is the cause of man V Z pot u.at iaso llncud'tney use it "We have received a basket of animals, hut 1$ I5rant "was here between trains IS doc3 For Infants arid Choldreu. "' ailments and disorders 'that make-- M on lrorcian fjesh. ?sthoroughly.lt3 Q I builds up. apples from our friend, Gus JS work; quiclily aad Sunday,,.. ," Ekv a life miserable. Take Chamberlain's smi JT Trri TO The Kind jfru Have AlWaysBosghi t, iK I Be sare to get SCOTTS m Bradley, forrwhich he will please W rL WV kv . r v. .' T o. r? JamesF.Btllsrcl.Prc 6t.LouIs.rio- z& 4 Joe Jicks extr.a gangtoreman B it's "the Stailard &b4 always B oiLiuaeu anu i.iver tr amets,: keep r P .' accept our compliments, &ome of Bears the was-iyour bowels iegiilarnrTou "will "" 'our little sr Stephens Eys Sal'va to n !js!ing iSj or .wjiich ily Signaturo of p ayofp, these diseases. For Sale ho six inches Q tovr Moq.dajv M.r. W. A.Cromer AfX DRUGGISTS .. .Z& ". xt o " "i l c .x MMpMMM ECOMHCHDS!S,J ' has" accepted a' position' with -, The late hatched chickens-shonl- il PSSw' x:wri - xnsrsr'j -- dFnmwan 5 m vviiirVon3le?iSU' wa-ued- -- Iaab-'SUii-wi- Mt.-Vern- on -- " 1 1 ' ! Chiidron Cry CASTOR New--Orlea- A -- -- - g n,r f' Coui-pai'io- n -- whfj-exten- d t sri&iis ztk S&g&kr - .vrsfrrn&rrvrv'vrrv m & WMMEWvtrfl;'rJK eu-gin- ni mis- felMliS - Mt.-Verno- 1 SHOW I LIHHrfEM T li-sir- - I m -- -- Jr -- -- 3 v n -- t. i t, Cnv.isi u..-...- -l .- .".r g -- t-- 1 'ii-c- i over-eatin- S80tPsii?jla!an "" -- 1 n-A 1 I are-nejt- yv Sfrt v Rnf-to'vKy,- n " i. ht -- , -r ' FRI.:T 13 edJ 'mu IT - r, 1H."". - .0 JV 2 - ;- - $c r - 3- j,-n- . ists -- "'., W-- " tf &1 lf. :. '-- l ?: THE SECRJSX OF ty 1CAJWO SLIFJE. -.- ; u 4a5j m . "5 -- a fsF1- ;M 1 by "Vowing, Do not sap the springs of life by .neglect of the fcuniMLwechanism. system. An initteonTMWe's method cf of poisons in the accumulation waste ol thsue and ipverishmect of the blood and nervous strength tlJlte lyrie tract (without alcohol) of Golden Seal an.i Oregon JrapTroot, Bloodrect, Stone and Mandrake ot Pierce s Golden which he nio Dr. Pfercc'feve tojlie publie this remedy, the blood called Dr.up the proper elein taking Medical DiseS&y. He found it would help the poisons from ments from food; help the liver into activity, thereby throwing out soothing a cough. vitalizing the whole system as well as allaying and the blood and No one ever takes cold jwless constipated, or exhausted, and having what wo end exhaustion of nerve force. The " Discovery is an tonic which restores tone to the blood, nerves and heart by imitating Nature's methods of restoring waste cf tissue, and feeding the nerves, heart and lungs on rich red blood. "I suffered from pain under my right shoulder blade also a very severe cough," writes Mas. W. DonN. of New Brookland. S. C., to Dr. IJ. V. Pierce. Buffalo, H. Y. " Had four different doctors and none did Some said I had consumption, others said I would have 1.1c tny trood. six. to have on operation. I was bedridden, unable to sit up for to months feteDr. and was nothing but a live skeleton. You advised me Golden Medical Discovery and Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Pierce's an Vhen I had taken one bottle ot the "Discovery I could sit up for aiy hour at a time, and when I bad taken three bottles I could dj all-rou- nd Boll the poor cow. ""T" Ewes need succulent feed. 70 Yea rs i 4 AWT BURG ( . "tf , V Ki I The fall colt is nearly clear gain. Fattening cattle should have plenty of salt. 'Frost-bitten to speak of. grass has no food Talue .N . good zeedB f We have Jiad seventy years Both oats and barley are for young pigs. free from' (ice and mites. Sei that the coops and henhouse Is u Well cured ensilage7' corresponds vith the nature of the cow. a Mas. Dor::. cooking and tend to the children. I took fourteen bottles fa all and was then in coed health. My weight Is now 167 pounds. The chief characteristics of the roadster are speed and stamina. Horses 'that have a light hay diet are soldem affected with heaves. m miteggiHiramm Mm ymmmwm bronchitis, Weak throats, and weak lungs. We want you iVo have confidence in as well. Ask your own doctor what experience he has had with it He knows. Keep in close touch with him. and Mdpdy4 :8ji Roberts with ,Leb Ju:icu?wi is. at Brow of experience with Avar's wounded arn . Miss Ethel Cherry Pectoral. This has closed her school at- OrIatd makes us have great confi- We are a'.l lad to have Herat hon. dence in it for coiighs, colds, aeain. e WlithGouans JAr, ands'& S.E., CJnandltf are rej iclh'gQvex a fine baby girl which arrived Mondy. D. J Sunda'j j Hunt rdp with homefolks ! teVfVpta'TnlBIBHBHHHHB Children Cry for Fletcher's - I moved h Dock Chandler-ha- s family Br dhad Mts L-- i Hunt has clo.std her chuol ne. Green Hill. Mrs. A-- . die Whiff aker who lias been sick for tl I 5" A AVEB CO., Lrfnreil. X w. Had ?y fb I JThis bank is a home institution, Our loans ar.2 made right here at Testing is the only method by which v umuib iuohiuuuu c we can cut out t((l horns to our goou larmcrt! anu Dusiness men. it is the robbers In the We will pay you good int. jrvist on your idle JMS for our.horne'iKJopl '. 3 herd. BOOKKEEPING ; 'uuis Make i dei tail and then pay your bills with your MiRHffPhsMirayhy "" The brown leghorn or the houdan 1 TYPEWRITING and elm :k. It is very simple, convenient and safe. Call an I w f ladly feather quickly and soon reach TELEGRAPHY of a chackincr account. You will in u .!.j 0 1LHH Tlii i.Mnr (i wo which cannot Ihj disputed. The endorsed chec :,' wh h ftft Hialllin IUSINESSC0LIEIE receipt m nUlr.lWc Sy. Calnnlir ..if IU Pnd(Int ha mn of ezoeHenee in mrcniile i.l Us iviur unI o voa is ineontestible proof of the paym i. of 1 u il bmlDMf should and bnkine nrt wopmn, alto 31 years nlorittnn in,oro The colts and unused horses for neen. lr"Entir nnw. 3 spend most of each pleasant day in the younu men Vu.ir iniuuy is sate lupos ud in this bank to your era lit. If you c idtattWlXBUB B. aXITH, lxlarrtB. By. .,t or st.,1. ry it in vonr pocket or leave" it at home it may be paddock. Jome in and let us talk these matters over with you. Mi Have no hesitation in disposing of V'' u.imij ,i pan n ;: ; i unprofitable cows. They are a the u:1 ,.is n i.u,l ooim-wj- ii ivi i ii iJ "!Ci mistake. (incorporated.) rrtj' in aom (unqit u'mujt - jt j ti i PtD .uuc cn sitiriu iiixi Sheep do not drink ranch water, but ipq(J3J4 ui oiii mo MT. VERNON, KENTUCK jjdS i pa i K(I o) d what little they drink must be abso( .. ,1L U.V.I) lutely clean. jrtj.tx qjiit ksi jar oiujiti SlUtUl nil --- - Home. Institution i Cleanliness and fresh air will usually prevent epidemics of any Kind. Ons of Aycr's Pills at beddmi v.ll cau?e an increased flow of bile and produce a entle laxstive effect the day followlnj. Formula on each bcx. Shuw it to your ioctor. He will understand ft a glance. Oi;e, on pi 1 rt bsdtlme, Just one. n last three months, cont'nues abo. 31 Lee C nandier the same. Wiliie DillmnTiain have enter Mrs. M. Hai sc'iool at Berea M Vernon to resit has gone ti with her dniihter. Mrs. Geor Owens. The Kind You Have Alwayj Bought, and which has hecn in use for over 30 years, 'has home the signature of and has heen made under his per- J1--. sonal supervision since its infancy. ?rvCCBrM Ytn nna t YooIi7A'vrkTI In TliQ- All Counterfeits, Imitations and are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Alln-vx''ifust-as-good" x i it 1 ROCKOAST IKCUIT t OURT. Bank of Mt. Vo .ion PJaint.ff VS: NO TICK OP SALE C. H Rice ui d H. W. Bowman, Castoria la a.-- harmless suhstitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Smoothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium,- - Morphine nor other Karcotle 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 Food, regulates the Stomach and giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Bo-wcls- What is CASTORIA , 1 !. - GENUINE CASTORIA Delendant Bj virtue f ord r of salt in a: ion, H, W. Rioe on cr a judgem-.-- Bears the Signature of 1 an v- THE SANK OF MT. VERNON, mm 41. -- "- p m J - ' slKlsslllllllV jlTmTT Self-Loadih- Il ilJ 'pi-- V jjais 'upjKi laixasq ttip u ,D Corn fodder that is shredded or split, and ground fine, makes a ver satisfactory feed. Have.j.an orchard book and keep a record of the trees planted and also the variety of fruit. il'ljj.o; jj;i: bp.uj Miuiim I.M11 m;flx llliwjuiu i I!UU'Uq Jti j;)i;ikI ,u .Hu-i- ij 1VJ r.tUi .i. ju.uii.ai ;i44 t pit '' u 'Milium iu-i. lc!i.ui 0 lk tu"-- yiuji S ui C0UUk l hit.. ;iU. I k'l't.i.iiu t i,.. ,.uw..u, . 'Il i. I w .L ur.t Jii icj. unaajKJip llM I If .U , uui.k.uuu pi -- g Shotgun i Free range for hogs does not mean that they should-ballowed to run over our neighbor's .farm. The late hatching; eggs from some ot the small breeds can be raised at the least cost. quick-growin- g t1t't ii'fuaj inoipaj tn wjjSuii ) gi ;o wiUj;!JikJ uij 4ami pav Jitrit;yi jo io m. JUII UI iT3UUl Jl co.Ji- - uio pll rtLUT,I jql XltJCJIJ.JI aui . .n . 1p u)Hln ,Ji'ji r :i;ilmo) uo, ti' hjujj. "" riu-o- Li tin .. the above stle 'iowman -: C. h. petition I will Thursday the 25 da of J iqi2 batween the h urs of one at. wo o'clock - M near the Eigr iable Hottl . Liviugston. Rocl castle count Kv., ffer at publi auction to tlit-- Li'lie-.- t and six heed of work mule f ur black and two sorrels an th e wagons and log cha'n-- . b longing to the same for the purpos- satniiii a judKineiit'tn" fa. f H. W. Buwuiau audnfaainst be-tddt- r, The Kind You Have Always Bought! For Over 30 Years In-U- yT MUHKAY STREET. NEW YORK CtTT. ALWAYS! se THt CENTAUR mmmsmmmmmmmmmm COMPANY. 77 -- E!nm!!!!?!ni!H!H!!!!!!!H!1?!lW!!!l!n!!!!n!H!in!!!!t!nU!!!nd ju.! h MODEL 19T1 This 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 handle all safe loads without readjustment. 12 GAUGE, yf ecer.al your Jtaftt 's or tend to the -- uoiiip i ZJ6' QVNVW1V LfutJ H. Rice. t. I nan ifiiw: 1HL mIo-- i 3 SaidrJrofcrty will sr A,. VERNDK DjBKET PRACTICAL' UK J - CD, ':.:. F ff inchettcrRrfieoi-"- 3 Nca liavCH. Conn , (or a dcicnpltvt ctriular. TZS WELL WITH ALL LOADS. w Mil Do not sell all the best. If'anyone is entitled to' the best fruit produced on the farm, it is the family. Chilaror. Kt y ' 1 FOR FLETCHER'S c Eumpkine are a valuable succulence for cows, holding much the same place in the ration as silage and roots. Tf OASTO Rl AV RHEUHATiSft " For 11 credit of three month 1 lbe, purchaser will be r ,jed lo givebon;!, with appro. Purity for the purchase pru Tihg the force FUd t rTec ol -- FUNEK . AND fI .1 ' omeui. Vttness my band . r. . XBHffctypSFjJTjafcV this theS'S- - chard an(4 have had no experience, better hire a good man to show you yoi"think of setting out an or ofamrary, " 19 12. e jL v.i. Vernon. U , Dr. Whitehall's a. . - G.S. Gkiffin, Commissioner 'rtocTrcif-lrltircu.i COUCH fWfET:i COASKETS ' Coffins arid Robes. ;E3 how.'""" RHEUMATIC REMEDY 15 ytarf Standard Remedy, for fonai of Rhfuautism, lumbago, jrout, ion muaclM, tiff or twolka joinla. It quickly rtlitvw th ht FIm; redact tie fvr, and tliminata tfaa ft Jmx Jour' IH?; '-- practice. The practice of turning the cows on rye and winter barley. that is sown for early .spring feed Ib not a good The cream should always be strained into the churn through a fine .wire sieve or a dipper, with a perforated tin bottom. W. T. RRANCIS, Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for the company. Z 2 Hearse sent to all points ST Orders by wire promptly tilled iia & t peiion from the yatem. ftt 6 TnMH V. drufgitti. W- cents -W 'mm heifer calves may often be purchased cheaply of people who live In town and keep but one cow or family use. Well-bre- d i . 1T. Laarb 9U NOTES J Wltltehail JtMtlil MM Bmx Crlmlna Cm. " ir 1 i -- iWT vs SKk , 1 ion 1 c r . - OfficeSt.' Vernon M.mumental Building PHOX1 iPnOCE OWENS. - 7 M n or1 11 Mt VVrnon, Home and oHici in the late res idem-r- . Myers formerly occupied a Olt Iain St., Mt. Vernon. iiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiamiiiiiiiUiiiiHaua: iu. iu. T tf i Solid-breec- PUMP GUNSaf Hammer less, h, For ease of action the I?emIietonrUMC Pump Gun; Its short leverage enables shooter to"double"at trap or blind without "kfnking or cramping . sheep, and If it is fed at all It should be fed very sparingly and at Intervals of two or thrp days. Ensilage is not considered good for MBM)dWBR00R 'S. 'J cvw-- C. C. yilliaxiie, ATTORNY-AT-LA- Young Women Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Englsr, of Faribault, Minn. She says: "Let me tell . j how much As a young girl, I always had good Cardui has done-m- e. to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet 1 got a bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, aid as soon as I had taken a few doses, I began to feel better. Today, I feel as well as anyone can." Each cow's udder should be thorl Jughly cleansed before milking and 'he hands of the milker should be tbsolutely clean and dry. Clean sound oats make an excellent' nation for the pigs. If this is fed to . hem regularly during the fattening oeriod the pork will be superior. ., t" Stone fruits, such as peaches, apricots, plums and nectarines, should be olanted the latter part of March, before the buds commence to swell. fTU 1 FARM ftaB !S a Not a second lost when seconds count Five shots at the shooters command. J KY. iOFFICS'. - On 2nd. floor o The Bank ot" Mt. Vernon , on Church street. Special attention given to collections, c. Phone No. 80. MT. VBlNON. it zv--- 3 C, McCLARY d EMBALMER The pump gun. Solid Breech, Hammerless, Safe ! PemingtOfl:UMC the perfect shooting combination. only bottom-ejectin- g JNDERTAKER-an- CARDU I WomlnlTonic Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains,. the signs of weak nerves and over-wor- k. For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. You will never regret it, for it will certainly help you, - Ask your druggist about it He knows. He sells it Are you a woman? Wri'c to: Ladles' Advisory Dept, Cturtaaoozt Mtditisi Co.. CbattaaoofQ. TeMi . Home Treatment wtwobkb." Met roW4racawi.M16-pje6ook3t Send for Descriptive Folder REMINGTON METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. 299 Broadway, New York City ARMS-UNION t Farmers who undertake to grow in iny section of the country what nature does not intend them to grow soon find it out, and usually by hard experlj ence. A silo is a necessity. Provide free range for hogs. oat straw. HorBes and mules are very fond of awairyattgfy f- - - MTT hfr JP i X WINTER TOURIST TICKETS r k - FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON 8AL.B DAILY VIA T.O It pays to have the farm fenced hog; Every dairy should have a butter or tight and cross fenced Into small milk standard. fields and to have pjenty of yards to keep hogs of different sizes and agea Only the wealthy man can afford to separated .. keep a poor cow. 'imes they are not breeders. It is welt to look after the old ones too. They sometimes Ib Stanfrird, K If a yearling ram Is used watch him when first admitted to the flock. Some- - The horse is the only animal which every farmer must have. - lrc quit j Oats make an excellent ration for growing and breeding hoga. Pedigreed stock, with animals, means known parentage on both sides. R. W. DYCHfc MT. V JRNON. KY. Office ax residence DINING CARS EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE or wnicn aDout 43.000,000 are in Europe, 28,000,000 in North America and 11,000,000 in Asia. Tie horse population of the world estimated at more than 111,000,000, ni?NTIST Crown Do not neglect to spray the orchard Specia'ty. trees and berry bushes this year. Every Instant that milk stands In the stable it gathers contamination. The silo helps solve the problem of making a profit from $100 an acre and. ad in M: in St Bric'ge VorK k $3C&X3& 3C3ICS63K CZrXX. $3&JK&yr W-r- gu&rm '?(, LIGHTED , GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. FOR FULL FART1CULAES, GAIL OH ANY TICKET ACENT, QUEEN OH WEITE & CRESCENT ROUTE. I Plow up your old, wornrout orchard this fall and put some manure, ashes and bones In the trenches. You'll be surprised next year at the quick response of your trees. ffl com-uos- t, onci jQtPGQC p IL C KINO, Passescer Mj Ticket Ajent, 101 E. Main St, LEXINGTON, KY. A Tt3 fL V X "ffis Sra3ni3Xjai!15Sr?Tl23?i 22Bl T s S."VnS LbcT'Tv g1!!!!! IrWR 'PW ?i UrfttoTMrVt Caskets I Our line of AtMJl is unexcelledCouch 2W flHA should bi kept of stable. In a yearls : Donot allow a boss colt to nag a time a dairyman will then know By younger or smaller one. Separate practical demonstration what cows are Lthern. . oaying him, and thosethat are not. -- Do 'not .place much In new Pumpkins wM freeze If you don't tfeeda you-d-o not know faith they are what watch out, and frozen pumpkins are made of. of no good to anything. Good, ripe sound pumpkins are enjoyed by the Beginners, should aot purchase targf cows, and help the milk flow very Begin moderately colonies- - of bees. g . much , , '. , and go slowV A dally record sach cow In the There are lots oi Drug o. uavis 33!C5clX ' ivLHyssvB Mount Vernon JJ' Hand-mad- e I M m iheCouuy AU orders by Wire Promptly Filled . vWT K7KJ Coffinsfurniahed Hearse sent to all parts of PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 Jo 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely eared by In feeding a milk cow a corn ra.-- : .tipn, reduce the -- ration at flrtlBdI- .,, ?catlon of fattening. i Th.ere are ,usually sWMeweslbat .have Served their da of usefulaes " and better be djaeareed. "t Monumental WORKS Xt Tr WrsTVty - DEALER n Marbles and ot and Stores in this land of ours that sell Drugs, but the Drug Store for the people is the one that gives the purest drugs obtainable. Try us ?:nd let us prove ourselves the one. Yours, ac&Gice& J-- i. .,Ji- - iEk5t Phone 94S - W. M. COX. MT V PR VON. " ky - m I DR. KING'S New Discoftry Mrs. J. E.' Cox, Joliet, IM. tMMTMXMWWMTt. Tt 6 8oj9B xm terAd r cora groaa4 the sewn to rye or late fall, wis- earjy sprlag pasture. ejf. cut-ove- , wt Children Cry Granita Monuments of Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEO. O WENS .Propr Chas C Davis, Druggist Phone No. 39 -- ' CUT ,' Piw,'ia !6A9XORIA j. Phnne"ll2 - MT. VTRNON KY ' ' - tf t PRi:T 13 FADED JK'.3GIN 15 CLOSE? - - 5 ,