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" . - r .Sk 3rJX?5A?Z Published Every Friday VOLUME XXV. 3Ti o lull MT. VERNON, v i nuh I ROCKCASTLE. J JiiitiiiL 26. 1912. V Established 1887 BEST? CQUNTC KY., FRIDAY,, JAN. NUMBER 18 -- ert Burton Walter Kobins, were not in Mt. Vernon, ast Sunday. Mr. and Mrs A. M. Hiatt, was with home folks Sunday. John Sigrrnn, i trending a few days in the Wildie Section. HOW'S THIS? - Cure3r We offer One Hundred D'.lrs Rewardjloi any case o' Catarrh canndtlbeureri hv Hnll's fatsfe :lt We, the undcrsignt-d- , hat- - luwi F. J. Dbeney tor the last 1 yen . ind believe'him perfect! hr.ora hi n r11 business transactions and G mciallv able" to carry mt any obligations made bvhis firrp. WALQtNG."KAtlNAN mmmw imb(mmwiA2t&N9mulKBmk-m9- '' ' ' ? y, viBHBHH8BEp? Bk 3S-- ' MtfHP'''c'::!:!':!:il ' ; tifiSHEHfe1 iF&s&yEmB&s&t ttw 'TywmmmBmmmm3mmmamwumsS - c Wholesale Druggist, Toledo. O. Hall .s Catarrh Cure is taken in f'ernaUy, acting li ectly upon . the iilood and mncous surface? of the vMem. Tesfmonials trr . Frice 75 cents ret hot tie. JSold by all Diligent. Take Hall'sFamily Pills for & M.KVtX. BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Dr. W. T. Amyx and Joe Childress Sunday.'i Tbere mil be services at will start next wtek f.r Pnsacol?, theJ;Baptist church Saturday and "Mr. and Mrs. "Bert" has about recovered Fla.. to be gone two or three weeks. Sunday. Sam Hellard tonstlitis'. Whitehead, of Mt. Vernon, were from a severejj case of Attorney C. C. Williams pis-,e- r Miss Gertrude May Collette, a stu- through Mondav enroute to Lon- here last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. dent of Berea Co'.Uge and who has don. Sc mething like three carb oi Geo. Pope. Mr. ,,Bob" Thomas, beenTeaching in Blac Mountain ice was jathe ed and stored heic bv ot Lexington, js here in Interest of Academy, Harlan county, .has be n M. Fone timing the recent coltf his saw mill. Mr. and Mrs. Joe a very pleasant visitor at the home spell. M s Eva Fish wason Mon- O'Mary and children have returned of Mrs.tW. R, Ward. Miss Col day's noon train enronte to Eertha. after a several week's visit with !ette is on her way to th. 8tateNor Ky., to visit Mis Mattie Penning- relatives at Jelico Tenn. There mal at Richmond. Ky. Our mer ton. Jo m Mullins who has been are several cases of mumps in town B. H Wilmott, ofGBrodbead. has chant J. H. Dickerson has made an quite sick Is convalescent. Mrs. -- - Dr. .jCbildrf ss, of C. A Blanford, who has been at the accepted.the position as night clerk assignment. Houstonvflle, was here the fust of bedside of her mother, Mrs. W. A. at the restaurant. There will be s the week to Bee Walter Rice who Brown, at Parksville, has re moving picture show at the Masonic has been quite sick. Trains are! turned home. Mrs. Fred Neigh- Hall csix evenings, jn succession, runhi.ng "late mpst every day on ai . bors is visiting ber parents, Mr. beginning. Monday. count-o- f bad wVatfier: Mr. Sheri and Mm Bourne at Lancaster. ' $i00 PER PLATE dan, chief transportation manager Abie K Pennington js now iu & N. R, R.; was hfre Guantanamo, Cuba, where he ex- was paid at a banquet to Henry for Monday. Mr. and Mr. D. L. Lind- - pects to stay the rest of the winter Clay, in New Orleans in 1842 Mighty costly for thos with stom sajiibgve feturned. from a.visit to Mrs. Sidney Hellard .who has ach -c ' -- treble or indigestion. To day v:Engin- been" in very poor health foKsome people every where use Dr. Kink's in Pennsylvania eers Johnson andj'fjefikrn.are with time is greatly improved. Miss New Life Pills for these troubles us now, having, taken the place of Lyde Cook is quite, ill with the as well as liver, ,fcidneyaud.. bowel O. Biirk atfd "A. C. Green, who grippe. jMlss j, Ella "Stanley will disorders. Easy, safe, sure. Onlv cts at Cbas C. Davis. take through runs. The Thomas leave lor Cincinnati next week to 25 :aw mill will be running in a few be gone several weeks The Rev. . Brown was Geo. Watsori.filled his.appointment FOR FLETCHER'S c'ats. Judge J. lere from Mt. Vernon, Mpnday at the Presbyterian church last LIVINU8T0A th'L. , Chlldrvn Cry GASTORIA BELOW o iv. -- 15 . '-- ?. ZERO Still 1 Weathher-Ma- n Says FEB F B H - RUARY - Cash . Rinded'-. S-VllplrirGbo- : ds liTlvl F-V V JWe&k.ir "Tl T v? Wjm9 -- . not -- 'j satisfactory J'.-- . j. BVALlrNTER BvBfF GARMENTS CONTINUES 5 Suits a:nd 3vercoatsv up to $15.00 ' Cash Price $9.98 Suits ancCoats up .Oash Price , 5.98 Boys Overcoats up Cash Price 'J.98 We.posMvely GUARANTEE every SUIT, or ..COAT Hand-Tailorhouse to be All-oo- l, and all the. very newest values no o 1 kjisji jun uulN 1 KY can equal;' ed imi -- , V-- 'r AIJ $1 .98 . (. "Meh's arid .Women's Woo sold I ol Ail-Wo- S weate rs Sweaters up to $3.59 A ".. -- .'' :- $2,25 All-Wo- ol Wool B lankets Blankets for $400. OurGoodbve THE EMPORIUM r . 1 - S3 .4 U 5 He ye-v-. uajr tears . r: f For Go4d Sh oes i-- -------5 ---i fei( W. S. Delaney was th the house near the depot where W. guest of Robt. Brown aud family The seventh and eighth grade Monday night The wheat crop girls are practicing for the piny ' Sam Reynold's house and almost H. Cottingim lived looks very well in this section de- "Her Uncle's Boots" under the everything in it was destroyed by spite the recent conditions of the directions of Miss Watson and Mi OTTAWA. fire Thursday morning. It caught weather. Tue death angel visited Oskamp. The play vill be given from the grate. No insurance. After being absent through the, the home of Mr. aad Mrs. J. H. in the chapel of Langdon Dormitory Dr. Southards was down to see your paper for quite a Johnson, Thursday the 18th inst.. Mrs. Kiuser, Thursday, who is very columns of Friday night February 2nd. Admiswhile I will come again. The in- at 10:00 a m. and claimed for" its sick. Logan Renner was in Mt. sion 10 cents. clement weather has multiplied a victim their beloved stfn, Fzra. Vernon. Thursday, on 'business. The chapel oi the dormitory, is comThe deceased was a nice, sociable, now being used both loi chapel and M. BUckburnhhe Holy Roller great deal of sickness in this J ap study " preacher, is somejtbetter and will munity. Mrs. America Sowdersof upright young gentleman-jus- t hall. Crab Orchard returned home after proaching his 1 8th year. He leaves soon be able to 1e out again. Miss McCord spent Friday and visiting relatives in this section. behind him a host of friends and Saturday in Louisville. Edgar Cottingim, of Llviuston, n Miss Annie Brown who relatives to mourn his loss. He was was here Sunday. Miss Mamie Miss Anna Brown, who has gone attending school at Mt. Vernon a sufferer of that dreaded- disease, McHargue and Rachel Junes,, of home for a few days, wi.l return Saturday and pneumonia. The interment" was the Brown Memorial School were visit id home folks to school Saturday. Sunday. Mr. Robert Wallin and in the fatnilj' cemetery Friday. with borne folks from Saturday until The Primary grades are having family are numbered amoungjour Also, the spirit of Miss Rebecca Monday. Wd N., Roberts bought their work now at the Dormitory, this issue. -I- saac- Herrin Cash, daughter of Mr. and Mrs of George Denney his- - farm; price sick at The little people seem much inter&ev Gooch filled sold his 'farm ot about 70 acres to I as. Cash (tornlerly of here but now ested and are doing good work. paid unkuown. of the Quail vicinity I of Brodhead) departeo from this bis regular appointment at the Geo. Taylor No attempt will be made to re- for $750., and purchased of Wade world Friday the 19th inst. She ATirk until Fred Baptist Church, Sunday. cnmf PTin(tronrdnn Proctor of Quail a farm tor 850Q. also was a nice, sociable girl and Cottingim and wife; of Corbin, are weMher is over Funher lhe visiting relatives here. Miss Cnrfs Graden Proctor returned to school leaves behind her a host of iriends arrangements will be made later. .3 a1 .. . .i' 1- ot.... V.A.. IACC at Mt. Vernon Tile hooka secured from the Liline- Mcrerron enierea me crown folks Sunday last. The merchants As the true saing is 'we all have Memorial School. Monday. iMrs, brary commission at Frankfort and of this section seems to be having to die sooner or later" and she has W.. H. Cottiugim, of Livingston, is placed by the Woman's Club in the a splendid trade at .this issue. E. paid the debt we all have to pay library visiting friends and relatives here at Langdon Dormitory are arrived home 10m Louis- and may her departure from this Wm. Fain and Joe A.Wallen week. this now due to be returned. The folville, Saturday morning. "Lige," world be heaven's gain is our wish. lowing books &re out of the library Jackson were in Mt Vernon, Monas. he is familiarly called, says be Her death was due to that dreaded and should be returned at nnce: cannot do without seeing the Otta- disease, censumption. Her re- Civics and Health, Stories Mother wa girls long at a time Wm. De- mains were brought here to Union Nature Told, Stories of Pioneer laney and family visited relatives cemetery to await the summons ot Life; John Halifax, Gent'eman ; in Lincoln county Saturday and that last great day. Old Lady No. 3I, Dan Curtseys Mr. and Mrs. Tas. B S nday. Book of Guessing Ccntosi, The. Sutton visited the latter's patents, Millionare J3oyMrs. Opp, VegeBKODHEAD. Mi. and Mrs. Tart Proctor, Saiur-nigtable Cookery, Boy Scouts ot last. Mrs. A. T. Laswell is America, Making the Most of reported to be in a very serious Miss Temoest Ward has return-hom- e condition atthiswriting. Wedding Coldei after a three weeks isit in bells are expected to ring here in East Burnsladt and London. MisA TEXAS WONDER. the near future. Farmers are be ses Annie Tate and Virginia Davis, The Texas Wonder cures kidney ginning to make preparations for of Mt. Vernon, were in town removing their next crop in this section. Ches. and bladder troubles-- , and Sunday Llovd gravel, CLres diatets, weak and Born to the wife of Amos Brown a nut and Jno. Benton were down fine bauy boy on the 14th inst. from Mt Verndn'i Sunday",: Mr. lame backs, rheumatism and all isRev. J no. Elder, since our last and Mrs. J. Thos. Cherry, spent irregularities of the kidneys and Bootees Regu, Sunday with Mr sue sold his farm to a Mr. Cherry's father in boty men and women. for $2,000., and purcbas- - ard. mother. The little child of lates bladder troubles in chibren. , of for ed of Larkin Hicks, Esq., his farm R. S. Shiyel, is do' better. Mrs. If not sold by your druggist, will ot about 320 acres for 15.40, and Herbert Tice, is visiting in'Berea be seut by mail on' receipt of Si. 00 will move to the ' new property this week. Miss "Lizzie t Tbarp, is One small bottle in two months about March 1. We gladly wel- -, visiting relatives and friends in treatment, and seldom fails to bend for testicome Rev. Elder .t0 our midst and Junction City)' ahd'Danvlle. Born perfect a cure. also regret to give up our respected to the wife of Arch Albright, Jr. monials from hL and other states. " friend and citizen, Mr. Hicks. a baby girl. Charlie, Chandler, Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street Daniel Brown. St., visited his brother of D. B. Chandler, and Louis, Mo., Sold by druggiat. brother, Geoige Brown, Friday Miss Julia Sms, of the Maretburg, night last. Lasweil and- - sons are section have entered school here. Do you know that fully nine out business-wit- h of every ten cases of rheumatism their Rebecca Cash, oldest daughter of doing a splendid -to -grist mill at thisA place. Mrs. Geo. Jas. Cash, die'd the 18th after ling are simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp, or chronFarns is on the sick list at this is- ering illness of several months. ic rheumatism, and require no to sue. Mrs. Andrew Long, of Pu J. Newton Marlow, of Henderson, internal treatment whatever? Apply laski county has been visiting his is with home folks this week. Chamberlain's Linement freely and daughter, Mrs. Amos Brown, for Miss Etta Cable, is much better at see how quickly it gives relief. the past week. Geo. Sution of this writing. Mrs J F. Watson, For sale by Cbas C. Davis tfiat "goes- of our Garrard county was near this sec- is spending a few days with her styles. HANSFORD. tion 'buying hogs. Reuben Wal-le- daughter Mrs F. L. Durham, at here are formerly of this place but now Mt. Vernon., The 14 months old We are having a few plesant of Crawfordsville, Ind., is reported child ofT. K. Francisco, has been days now and are glad to see the Ito have.the typhoid fever. Charlie very sick. --The stock holders of I sun shine after having so much ice Sowder visited relatives in Crab the Rockcastle County4, lair associa and snow. Oreha.d, Monday night. William tion, at that annual election last Grover Hatcher of Level Green Hearst of jiear Level Green were in week, elected Granville Owens, spent Sunday evening with his for this section recently on Important Pres. R. H. Ha mm, Vice Pres. best girl. business, r- Miss Bertha Brown, A. M. Hiatf; Secretary. A. E. AlMr. and Mrs Gentry Evans spent : ,who received a very serious burn bright, Treas. J. B. Levisay, and Saturday and Sunday with J. J. recently, is improving slowly. A. J. Haggard, Directors' John Bullock and family. Mr. and Mrs Messrs. Herman Frith and Hubert Robins, has been confined to' his James Barrou and Miss Martha .Barnes of Brodhead was iu this room for more than a week with Kirby wereiu Mt. Vernon Mondav price is" 2 Webster an attack of rheumatism. Supt. on business. J. W. Kincer and section Snnday night '.Web and wife spent Irom Friday to and Mrs T. W. Kincer, have mov- family moved to Brodhead SaturSunday with Robt. Wallen and ed- to one of "Mn Cherrj-houses day. Mr. and Mrs Bill Chaney of family. Dock. Owens of on Silver Street. J. Thos. Cherry, BIoss visited relatives here first Uncle of I Brodhead visited htfdadgnter, Mrs, was at home from Crab Orchard, j the week. Rev Cirlev Carmtral CtinnQt Tt .0 Joseph Cash, Sunday and Monday v,i.u.,. I- - ic tti)hri.fAA4. it.1 I tinea nis regular appointment at uuuti;iuw lu,i Henry Laswell has improved bis Mr. Larkin Hicks, - has sold his! Line-Creeand surroundings by erecting, a new1 farm near Bee: Lick, to B. Price and family spent stock barn. Mrs. J. A. Hasty-i- s 5 John Elder, and wilLmoDablv lo- - Snnriav with t,,v UJU1.1J4. - JIJS w w.....- -j ...... mill reported to be in very poor health cato bereagatn.V. Dr: W. F.Carter, Mahssie McFerron Mr. and Mrs some sold the house and lot he recently Tames Barron spent Suaday jatjhis writing. .There witk cpra i Ufcjt section selling at $3 bought-fror- a T. J. Helton to Rob- - Mrs Sarafc JOiby PINE HILL. - day. Sam Reynolds is moving to per barrel s has-bee- - J ? Bftecr-visiting'.hoi- "4 1- - 1 bt Sat-urd- ay $5.00 $2.95 -- - $10.00 4.00 . out Men, n, kQft -- $2-- .T jl JJ k Sa-urrf- av .;nn. .- . J 1 1 PRINT ' SHOWS THROUGH . i.3. -- . r .jaskimaMMiMmiWm '"3w -- liPr; ' 'jm&FrH j??- - ' at,1- i w - -- . ."-- - r vv"P- - ' ?..- . i MT. VERNON SIGNAL KridaY, ; JaK. 20 1912 the Bureau of Published every Friday by .ntive1u Cilititfeiiaj.il Gap. Misst U' in 1. ..1) r.t.. t .1 -! 11:11 hi u oi.ii'c is.i:.l-?KQllWay ASSOnaiinn, Jit;!' 'i'i H'an tnatiyoftbe uers ol oxplofU"";!' 'V11 '', and Mrs. Gibson Si' Mr- Hl ' Mrs- Will Han.sfim ''" & .t especially inn ers wbosud It Ins c;e to i.h..Utmrt VAUllUW." .1 ! .MlttKI flR . . " 11 ichi. Ibe allftifiotr A-rjt- t F Rhdh'1 11 1mm,. nfw AfbLths iih i , l 111 -- ' - Ot . ... Itld Kirrnpn is wpii iw rts,fe)rl no 0$ dnirl ,fc. ...... lnnm , t t - i I ' . " .. .,. J- a .. . . r '. ..ix. " . . fc i .1 .. -- - - w J, ?.t i .Ta- i r" -.- .v Txpksivs e Ri'eailrss , n iuntH i- U. !? iq&I; i. ; ; " - ., ' t shipping containers puipeily' marked and accompanied by shippingror-der- s of the usual form The; penalty provided for violations' t)Fthe Vhhn you rull down the town "ederal law are severe and may injwhich is your home, vou are jequal a fine not to exceed "t $2,000. pilliing down yourself and whet' vith or without impiisonrSent not vnu build ud vou are building ur o exceed 18 months .. youjiself and your neigbhor. Tr Many violations of the kind de from your mind the scribed above have been reported and banish mistaken idea that all good thiog.-ar- e and in all such cases where the evi away off in some other locality. dence was sufficient to wamnt Give jour town all the praise it can conviction prosecutions have bVen legitimately bear. It certainly will started. Guilty parties even wne-.lo you no harm and will cost you their action was due to ignorance nothing; and above all patromzt aare been fined and imprisorled including gnorance is no excuse for a viola your- home institutions the printing office. c'on of this kind. ; As examples, it may be stated There is habit and a delusion that minors and other parties hn among t large number of our poo taken kegs of blasting powder pie to go to some nearby town ot even packages of loose sticks o( city to shop, believing that they dynamite mixed with blasting gaps Ye think can purchase cheaper. ill wrapp'din loose paper.packag-- j these good people may be buncoed 'fito smoking cars of passenger hv their own thought. Please trains. In other cases wash .tubs reckon yourcarf&re and time, if the and barrels supposed to conta n atter is worth anything. If our only household goods nave b en town merchants try to "soak" vou found to contain loose powder and or have"; not what you want, ol sticks of dynamite. course, you are justified to go elseThis is a matter that effects pi' where. But first find out by get- lie safety and this information ting prices and see what your home j should be used not only by parties merchants have. to prevent their own practice frr.ra being in violation of the law," J ut TEXT OF NILES BILL. each person should do all in h s power to spread this inform at i .11 The lull text of the Niles bill is in the interests of public safety and to prevent violations by nil as lollows: Be it enacted by the General As patties. Public spirite 1 citizens willing 10 semblv of the Commonwealth ol assist in promoting the safety of Kentucky: Section r. Tint Chapter r o the public in this respect and po the Acts of the iqo6, entitled "an sessing information or suggestions act to amend Section 2560 of the that would be valuable are reqne Kentucky Statutes "it being a ted to correspond with or call oi ivirtior of Article i ot Chapter 81 Colonel & W. Dunn, Chief In of the Kentucky Statute-?- entitleo spector, 3oVeseySt.; New York J qnors intoxicating", be amende City. Very respectfully. - ty striking from Suhsection A th B. VV..Diihn, following words: "Except tha ' ' CWef Inspector. cities ol the first, second, third anr Y fourth classes may hold an election ' 011 thesame day on which an VALEEVfOAK. eiccuon for the eniire county is held" so that said icf as amended WbOOpTtffe cough isjagingin this That Sectio; vicinity. Sundiy school is progreads as lollows: 2560 of tile Kentucky Sta'utes, it ressing nicely at Flat Lick under biiig a portion of Article r Chap the superintendance, of W. E, Eltcr .Si, of the Kentucky Statutes lison. W. T- - DeBord, the sw:-- c entitled 'liquors intoxicating" b sful raerchnn is getting a large and the same is hereby repealed trade. J. H M Kinney, went to In lieu thereof, it is hereby en Somerset, Tuesday on buisness. acted: No election in any town Harmon Noe, has returned Iprae city, district or precinct of a tter spendiLg several das Vith county shall be held under th; elatives in Alton Oklahoma. Mr article on the same day on whict George Anderson, and family have an election for the entire cou lty i moved to Pitman Creek. J. II. held. When an election is hel vIcKinnev, Jr. who came home in the entire county at d .a ma trom Charlotte N. C , on tne, acjority of the legal voters cast & count of his health, we are glad to an election are against the salt av is improving fast . John barter or loan of spirituous, vin Buckanan, and family spent Sunous, malt or other intoxicatin; day with Mr. and Mrs Willis liquors, then it shall not be lawfu Hansford. Miss Ida McKinnev, to sell, barter or loan any sue has returned home after spending liquors in any portion of the count several days with friends at Unb Orchard, an! Spiro. Avil Mc KinIf, at such an election for the e couuty, the majority of th ney went to Semerset, Monday on lire legal votes cast are in lavor of th. business. Rev. Holt is expected sale, barter or loan of any such liq to fill his appointment at Flat Lick, nors, such election shall not oper Sunday. Misses Ehyl Capps, arid ate to make it legal to grant licen. Ada McKmney, was in Somerset, to sell, barter or loan such Iiquor.-i- n Monday. Mrs Julia McChster. any territorial division of such who has been very low wfth pneu county from which the sale, barte' monia is better. W. T. DeBord, Irom Harve Ellior loan has been exe'uded by a purchased o son, weighing 450 pound? tor $30.00 election held under this article J. H. McKinnev, sold two hogs by special act, but the status o territorial division shall re o E. Eldridge, price unknown. such main as if no such election had Miss Rerxcca McRiinty, is sick it this writing. Mi. Sam Miller, been held. . - "sec 2. tto election shall be held old his farm to Mr EL. Buch-nan- , ' in any precinct under this act or also Mt,. H. Bobbitt, sold lis farm to Mr. Sam Miller. R. N. tne same day on wh'ch an electior is held for the district or city o vlcKinney, of M. O. spent Sunday which the precinct is a part. If ir light with J. H. McKinnev. Miss ane Brinkley. and brother Joe an election held for such an entin district or city tie majority of lega oent Saturday night last with Mr, votes shall be in favor of the sale, tnd MrsJ3eorge Poynter, ol Leroy barter or loan of spirituous, vinous, - Mr. Earl Brinkley. is very sick malt or other liquors, then tl a this writing. Mr, and Mrs. status in the several precincts there- Sherman Randall, of Ardon Idaho, of shall remain a3 it was before said s visiting friends and relatives at election; but, if the majority should his place. Mr. Thos. Buchanan, be against the sale, then the sale. ind Miss Ethyl Capps, attended. last. barter or loan of such liquors shall Church, 4rt Eden, Sunday visited Mis 1 be unlawful in every portion of said Miss Jean Brinkley Ethyl Capps, Sunday afternoon district or city." i - Souierse VJr. Mat Gibpn. ot fctna, viMte reqsj hi-brother Dr. Gibson, Sundtf are.'ia-ih'- ' Mr Robert Ping, and wil $I.OO habit of including packages of px UB9CRIPTION ONE YEAR Kited tln-i- daughter Mrs. Job, plosives in their baggage chjckea a passengf Wright, Saturday night. in the usual way-oAdvertising rates made known on train and in packages of hp.UvBh,I RIGHTFU. FOi.AR N1NI application furniture shipped in Ibe usual w hlow with terrific torce st 'the U " by freight. . . eskn north and phy hivo.-witThe federal law striolv forbids-- causing red rough or sore ch ippt s MRMBKROF and lips that need Bucklei a concealed shipmentTof explosive?-o- r ASSOCIATION KENTUCKY PRESS the transportation of explosive?-i- Arnica Sal e to heal them, passenger trains even wifen dh tmkes he stein soft and smoot" clared. Packages of explosive-mus- t U nriValed. for cold sores, also burn oils, sore cuts, biuisesar be packed in their regiih' piles J0"ly ulcrrs. 2.r) cents at Chas EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. dKDers not conversant v English language or the of the federal law, w iibMbesH f ts '' 1 - - Snunlay iiiht in - - bt. r eaven help the man who imag neS bemoan dodge enemies b i) please everyb d ! Ii such a .ndiyidual ever succeeds pjss him hft wayahat we may have cne lo k it his mortal rermins ere he vn-istieaway tor surely this ea-.:annot be his abiding plice. Now tr.y-ngH- fff Sm r J rrn)m - Si 1 s FU R N IT U RE I h J h ha-.d- n Dav;s. wedo not infer that oie s ioild g beioing through this world ofipd beams tc knock and 1 mn p hisliead aga ust. disputing every mn's opinion, fighting an bow-tng differ all wh from him. That, again, is anotl er extreme. Other peopl; bnve their opinions, so have you. Don't fall into the error of su 00s ng I01 they will respect you mo turning your coat every liv, to rqatch the color of theirs. t 1 i -- -- Vis it Furniture you want? -I- v and-crowdin- How about a nice Rug ? Do' you need a Table of any kind of -.- t"t ""' '. . - description? ... Remember we have the nicest, and best .;.: rockers in the town '" .v-.- A ma'n who has made a hapj home for his wife and children, m matter what he has not done in tl way of achieving wealth and honrv if he has done that be is a grant success. II he has not do le -- thtt and it is his o .Vii f ult, though ! be the highest n the land, he is , most pitiable failure We wondtr how miny men iii a raid pursu t ot gold, which, characterizes tl age, realize that there is no foitart which can be left to their families as great a the memory of a hapj y home. Photo GRAPHS AT v j t - - Eberhart's . STUDIO -- located Over MANISE'S STORK West of R. R. Trac Mt. Vernu, Ky. All work guaranteed. ,f HARDWARE , "Wc also.- - carry a line of Hardware US' --.-. ancL.; 1 it Is money saved to buy your Hardware froni, WJLDIE. Mrs Thersia Reynolds, remars low. Mrs Richard Branaman. i nd Mis Ella Franklin, we-- in R last week. Albert Reyi olds our.agent is numbered with the sick, unable to work. W H 1 ish,: was over at Mt Vernon. Monda. Charlie Adams, y as down from Berea. few dajs last- - week A. M, Hiatt, Cashier of the Brodlead Bank, was in Wildie, last week or business. Mrs Wallace Adams, has returned to Berea, after spend in several davs with her parents. VIiss I la Proctor, is visiting her sister in Conwav. e ch-mon- d, a-- d Women and eirls who suffer are simply weak weak all over. ' Opiates and alcohol:c mixtures are worse than B. B. I McKen zie To Those Who Work You have heard the story of the farmer who chalked his accounts on the barn door, which later burned. . You re in a like riit if ypjudbn use modern methods. . ?. Let us handle your money doyour bookkeeping, relieve you from worry and work; A bank account will give you safety and credit Checks are your personal coinage system. If you havint surplus mon;ey,deposit all your money-with us and pay your money jrith us and pay your bills by ? check jr You will soon have' credit -- worthless, they aggravate the trouble and lower the standard f f ill OONNBKOWN A.B.rORNlSH h .health. :l Scott's Emulsion Brown-Furnis- f( i We do strengthens the whole body, invigorates and builds up. Be aure to get SCOTTS it'a the Standard acd always the best. ATJ. DRUOOlSTS 1M1 1 A !(( 1 a general Real Estate business; osndle town and farm o abstracting aud property, pass on titles. iryouwanUoselllistyourpropcan suve you money. Realty Co. ., - witn us; if tyou want to buy we r 1 RHEUMATISM Dr. Whitehall's RHEUMATIC REMEDY For 15 S all forms of Rhauaaatlna, Igmbafe, pout, aora mnadas, itiff or iw3ao joint. It quickly raliaTaa tha mara paint; raduces taa fater, and alimiaaMi tht poison from tha ayitam. $9 oU a box at drugfiitf, WrHm m. ymn a Suadard Ramady for , Dr. Whitehall r m Ft Lafayaita Ot. Sautli grlmlne iriml mmn Baa Uti. c. -- T".e truest, best and sweetest; type of the girl of today does not come from the home of wealth, she steps out from the house where is comfort rather han luxury. She belongs to the great middle class-th- at class which has. given n4 ihe best wifehood, which has given helpmates to the foremost men of our time; which teaches its daughters the true meaning of lovej which teaches the manner of the drawing room and the practical life A GIRL'S :WILD MIDNIGHT; RIDE. i. il 1j Ta warn people of a fearful for.- t fire in th'er Cats kills a "young' girl rode horseback at midnight, and saved many lives. Her deed was glorious but lives are 01 ten ! saved by Dr; King's New Discovery in curing lung trouble, coughs ai d THE 6UARANTEEI 'colds, whichmight hbve ended in corsumptionTor pueumonia. 4Ir jcuied me of i' dreadful cough nid lungs aiseasjr wrues vv. k. r:i terson, Wellington, Tex., '"alier four in our. family, hsd died with gained 87 consumption and I THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TPNIC. pounds. Nothing so sure and sale , BEWAMC Or IMITATIONS. for all throat and lung YHC GKNUinC PRCMHCD ONLY 8T 'Price soc and $1.00. Trial bottle w Sallard-SnoLiniment Co free. Guarahteed by Chas C Dav BT, LOUIB, MO. m 1fcl Cream. Vermifuge WORM WHUTK'S e-- ;, I 1 4 REMEDY J tn-ubl- is. When buying a cough medicine or children bear in mind that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is most effectual for colds, croup and whooping coughand that it contains no harmful drug. For sale by chas C. Davis When given' as soon the croiipy appears cough Chamberlain's CoughJRemejiy will ward rff an attack of croup and prevent all danger and cause of anxiety Thousands of mothers use it suc cessfully. Sold by Unas C. Davis andra-sut- pl a ,' ',' 4 , The Peoples Bank tLLLv Burns 11 x3uacy vstpa&K&x. jpqp-if- c xj)i&rf&iix&x& l 1 J tfl 1 1 f mHIH B. m 1 BS jonas Mckenzie Rrfaery white, the sake of fatally, InsUt oa clear tttady to theeveryona last drop. or bavlse and in tho Solite Lamp Oil Saves ejxaiaaves money. Tour dealer sbotless-30dor-le- ss Smolcelesa Costa no more than ln- terlnr tanV nracron Kindt. IT. STOLL OIL CO., LWRVULAato QH CHAS. C. Pa. Motor Oaaoltea. Warren, ai HlgB-Grad. basjt Jn barreU direct trom our worita "So-Car- V U EEPANEYE ON THIS SPACE where you will EACH WEEK, always find listed the , bet of goods, which &pa8x$&3f&x GRANVILLE OWENS I g are sold for avf air margain of profit- Goods bought right nd sold right are the kind of goods that italways pays to buy Our Motro has always been to giyei UNDERTAKER f B rod head ft I J li! cSfce COMPLETE LINE Coffins,: Caskets and Robes. AUMitil,--- -- to our customers the very best goods? possible for the money. ; Thankirg my customers for the pat-- ? J. , rpnage hi the past and asking acoritihu-- ' ahce iii the futjtfc, I an f Yours very truly, ?. -- Telegiaph or Tele J phone orders Promptly Filled. X30f - HMHEST ; - :-- t it At J0NAS McKBNEaV;:;": Mt Verncav Kyw ..v FURS JOHN WHITE AND HIDES MKCftUt ' FtRIUWFUMAMHWCl a. 1 mVTTaVVnP MMKET v inKdiiL. 'tgA 9WW Lfft SBa, Wa md ' yvMMnKMMHu Si ItibZEmSm Children Oxy FU FLETCMrS O A ST O R I S Oliildr-ei- i K - If Cry FLETCMEil'S lXJfolC3lC wmmmmm 3iQedlG3lCa63ie3fcoy iiDQBiS'QwS J - iTT9:' "" "" '' - v t - PRINT SHOWS THROUGH LX ' 7 .JSV, VWiS ?$ cmm PE)WS5jg3MHK; S? v -- Oy, -rrv.-ftsX!!". --j -- - ML Mt 11 ...iii VERNON SIGNAL JleaJTAa of A.-- Haralin: .tfaft Liy'ingStpn merchant tin local page. Edk RENT-- A house and lot Visrnois-- Ky. Jan. 26 1912 in Spark? a H Davis addition Ap- ply ai this otiice. Cairui "No. 7- - wbn yjuu wanttoCommuni - OBJa SIONAL , Sutton & MeBet i re roakingan r - - ' -- V H 1 79 Loui vi tte H ashvillc R. R. Co. TIME TABLE. 22 uCTin 24 aorfo 23 .soufhjTl. r .58 ...... ,, 4.46 p tn To make a boy into a pure man, y53 a m a tp a mother must do more than pray-Sh- e 11:38 12:19 addition to their f tore room by adding on a room about 2n feet long, which will give them one of the most spapious rooms in the tow . They will make several other improvements about the building, especially on the inside arrange. ment. 1'h' BAKING POWDER BffYAI v- - .1 ff'iiwMi" vi3T5555TTff!BBWfirPjs a B I I I Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made fromRoyal Crape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE 2i couth PhboeNd. am musClhe wihhimin the senst the pilot sticks to- the wheel when rapid a e- - around. She mua$;never desert Kim to go of' to superintend outside duties any morejthap the, engineer deserts bis post and"goes into a baggage car t read up engineering when his tra. is pounding across the country a "forty miles an hour .The Rockcastle County Fair As sociation.at Brodhead have elected officers for this year and work has begun i .earnest to make this the banner year ot the association. A uutnber of new and special attr c j tions have already been booted for the sjeason With the present management the fair this year will no doiibf be a great success. The officers gre Granville Owen?, PreS ident, Jj H. Hamm. VicePresi dent, A,"M. Hiatt, Secretary and bright, Treasurer. The A. E- board of directors are, Dr. W. JS, Graveled A. J. Haggard and J. B Livefwyv The date for holding fatr for i3i2 is August 14. 15 and - Jas. Landrum, Agent. of comfnde and closest friend.. She?! must st&na Dy mm in time ui leuij;-tatib- n a.s-- " Sill II 1 1 IIS HAEarth-to f BIG T rr BBlEfiBH mm - U I I Entared at the Mt Vernon, K. Pontoffice s Mcond'dMs mail matter. T 1 ' Thursday, Friday and Saturday February 1, I fr - PKRSONAL Every Country on Be A m ItT. It - m Whatthr Great Fair Will sick sinci Tueaday. Be Like. Mrs. Willis McKenzie has been bration. very sicl for several days. 1 Roy Beasley was in Stanford and land upon "the earth. S;m Francisco ITHIN a few - weeks' time is preparing to meet the standards of Lancaster" firsf.of the weelr'. thousands of men and teams ft great natlqnal celebration. Every Born t the wife of C. A. Furgu-?o- n will be .engaged in leveling land under the stars and stripes will ''- on thr24th a fine boy. off the grounds of the Pana- - be represented, and the nations of International exposition site the world are intensely interested in M. Brown was down from J. Jn an francjsco, and it Is estimated the Panama canal, America's gift to East Burr)stadt, Monday. that within si months 10,000 men will civilization, and In the exposition nt be employed In the construction of the which America will formally celebrate Mrs. 8."W. Davis, of Mystic, is material part of the great exposition at the opening of the canal. This uniwith her sister, Mrs. Mollie Miller. which the "United States of America versal Jnterest Jias assured the njost remarkable world's exposition in point Mr. andyMrs 8. P. Sowder have will celebrate the opening of the Panama canal. Responses to Invitations to of size, diversity and speciflj interest had verysiclc babv this week. j eTer held. participate and offers of Mrs. Anija Miller will leave next -t The opening of the Panama canal tiuui avvif yuit ui iuc worm are nouuing the exposition management, and ! wJH not only be the most important week for Jittsburg, Penn., to be President C. C. Mpora and his thirty cpmmercial event in the history of the r.- gone, a month. directors, who represent every impor-- 1 world, but it will mark a supreme Unt interest on the coast and $1,000- - ' epoch in the lives of the nations Mrs. J. C. Black, of the Quail iu invested capital, are working deling upon the Pacific, and npproprl-plgh- t the guest of Mrs. section, was and day to keep 'up with the ately .the visitor will see In the 16. Solomon Riddle last week. of duties that pour in upon ' posjtlop the greatest displays of strange tribes and peoples of the Pa them. ,.-- Roy3ritt9a,,wa3.,in. Somerset, Vjr The Ipterior Journal makes .thist Responses of ".foreign countries sur- cific ocean countries ever assembled. jveek-t- o sec his :&.: xxbe.rlastjof-last- , Down the sheets of San Francisco observation "Lincoln County wenrKPWs all anticipations of the exposition - mother who was veiy sick. management. Every civilized nation in exposition days will pass suc& oriinto the list of pauper counties of every as the ental has never Mr. and Jrs. W. B. Whitehead of Kentucky last year, the expends on earth, 'shores' land within the sweep seen. pageants .lapan. worldPhilippines, China, of both" the of. the Pacific ocean and dapghter Miss Luanna spent tures of conducting the business of and very state hi the Union will be India and othe oriental lands will - "Suudav with" Mr. and Mrs. R. A. the counjy exceeding the tevenues represented by the- - finest assemblage Join in parades'that will rival the Indian durbar in magnificence and pf displays the, world ha3 ever seen. Whitehead, . This is a reverfal bv $772jji. "gan Francisco' says President the durbar in vortety by reason Miss Pearl fcandrurn of Elizabeth-tow- n from ioiu when Lincoln paid Moore, "as hostess-fo- r the nation wiJ of the many nations represented. The exposition will formally open was the guest of Miss Bernice $708 14 idto the treasury. 'Out'of entertain the world in 1015 with the most comprehensive exposition in bis. with the entrance intxTSan Francisco . Laudram-Saturdaand Sund-y- v V'' no counties in the state there are tory; a jubilee of nations, a splendid harbor of a composite fleet of the batcommemorative celebration, which tleships of the world. Upon invitaL- HatV. was in from Level only 34 that are J. shall include not only the finest fea- tion of the United States nearly 100 ' - and reported Among our neighbors Boyle county Green vSt'eiday tures of all former world's expositions warships of foreign nations will first every trtfn.quiec in jhat part. He paid $i5!ooointothe tieasury above in recording the progress of the world, assemble at Hampton Roads and will ' oidercd the signal sent to bis son her expenses, Ca&ey is a, pauper feitf yet lu magnificence, indiversity, be joined by detachments of the Amer- c6oi; of the westt of lean navy? and "Thef comp&site fle);-vJl- l tb "the amount- - of ,$t6o6o'"Gar-rardKpaid;$9,oo- o m'lfs distinctive all, the countries or- iucii ire at Osborrr, Kane. the orient and of icucncu 113 iuc yieaiueui 144114 v into the treasury. dering upon: the Pacific ocean will toy foreign dignitaries. This fleotT the We regret t9 learn iVat on ac- largest ever assembled, will proceed, alone. The cot nt of- - herrjhealth, Miss , Mary WU iuc ugui aiuc ui mc isvjj;-!,- ! .fltandsee the finestnations of the world ' though the Panama canal, arriving will d American- displays Maxwell, the1 Kindergarten teacher Laurel cost the state $24,000, Madiin San Francisco harbor about two J at the Panama-Pacifi- c '' - ' "of'Blown --Memorial, "will be unable son in $15,000, Mercer paid$i3,666, ever shown exposition.' " wgeks after the exposition opens, " : i'he exposition will be held upon the and has Rockcastle cost the state $22,000,- "The plans of the people of the west -- . io retorn to Mt. Vernon for ti?e Panaina-Paclfl- c International shores of San Francisco bay and of the Wayne cost the state $i4,oqo, Exposition are being undertaken upoq .pacific ocean and will occupy an nl I1 her 'resignation. area Whitley 89,000 and Pulaski pdd a scale of world education and Inter- Qf piore than l.GOOacres. The grounds .fX, v i:, w A ,Browri 0f park'sville, exposition is the subject win aescrme a semicircle about pan est anTi-twho has been dangerously jll for ir$37,000. "'' Sortie of the very best counties pf. enthusiastic cooperation in every FraneIsco(j folldwlng the. contours of eeveral davs ihought to be jriigfct-:'mm the shore from the harbor out to and in. the', state are in the. 'patioer' andl while her life-stilv better, beyond the Golden Gate. The strucCEDARVILLE class, however, so that its not such -- hangs cm. a brittle thread,, her. phy u tures will be . the largest and costliest ' . UI. li.tn tever erected ror a war4 a eiiwaiwuM- sicfan thinks it .is possible she will a disgrace after all as bad as it . Last week Ingram Render killed mi ntlnnlnnl IrTnfl f?rtTl O lt tllO AT. -- &-. looks,!' ' Ke.0paBin.- '-: a large . wild turkey. Ingram positfan w4U be "at Harbor View and li&r. - ' p.t': Thompson Sr. ;was 111 One of the most enthusiastic thinks he is the brag hunter. Lee in Golden Gato park. Harbor View lies--aa crescent on San Francisco Louisville4 last Friday and Satur meetings-ciMt. Vernon and Rock- Norton sold his farm to Elmer bay midway between the ferry buildday. On Friday night Mr. John castle Cdllnty men was. held at the RenneY tor $400. H. H. Shiplet ing, the principal entrance to San ., . Otter, of the firm of Otter & Cc Court House Tuesday night when has sold his farm to L. M. Renner Francisco, and the Golden Gate. Gold ocean gave a banquet gt the Old Inn for the plans were perfected for organ- for B325 Tom Mize has bought en Gate park'fronts the Pacific House, one mile below the famoua Cliff th.e ten salesmen, which the Com- ization of the Mt. Vernon Fair As- James Roberts farm on Skeggs These two main sites, and intermediate Mr. connected by a pany has on the road. sociation. The Capital stock at Creek; price uuknbwn, Last week locations will ho that will skirt ma' the rlne boulevard a most delightThompson-report- s first was to be $1,000.00 divided a man by the name of Allen killed shores of San Francisco bay and also ful time. into one hundred shares of ten a man hy ihe name, of Arthur. The by an lntermural railroad. -A trackless been dollar, Mr. T. D. Mulltns. who has esh but it was decided to trouble was over some corn, Kill- trolley will run 'over the- boulevard. View fa within twenty miU' en the sick list for several weeks,, raise the Capital stock to $ 500 00, ing was in Pulaski county. Dr. Harbor utes' walk of thp Fairmont hotel and vtUnsw ni imnrnvVment and hiscon- which amount was almost a sub Walker Owens and James Chaney the moat extensive apartment house Is considered serious. Dr. section of Sau Francisco. have gone to Louisville, dition -gcriblrdajt that time. ' At Harbor View will be IQcatea a i ':..: L.ATER. Mr. Mnllins died at The fallowing gentlemen were Owens is having some bad luck yacht harbor, th'e Midway and night con. .'..Si 5 this morning. The burial will elected Officers for this, the brst with bis saw mill, as some stay Hfp of tho exposition and many night it lend themselves to ,.;take pla-'e'- ; tomorrow afternoon at year; Cbas. C. Davis, President; bolts are being put in, which is cessions that as well as great bul'A' illumipations fetK'- -' ''V3& Freedom hurrying ground. John W. PaTBons. Vice Pres; J causing delay with the sawing. ings to house such heayy exhibits . Fellows will officiate A Pish, Treasurer and H. R. Gentry, vlrs. "Elizabeth Renner has returned may be readily unloaded, from ocean T?f ' T.beOdd structures " .n more coraplete account in our next Secretary. These nine gentlemen h jme from a visit to her daughter, going vessels, such as the and ma-- , the manufactures, to contain were elected. Directors, W. M, Bul Maggie KLirby, of Hansford There chlnery exhibits, the. Pace of Liberal 'fssue. .1 lock, W. G. Hyringer, Gus Stav-ttson- , was a large ice tide in Rock, astle Arts and other industrial feat'urea. be the seat of -? .... r LOCAL F. L. Thompson, Sr., Wra. river Friday. Thomos Debord, of Golden Gate park will of the exposl- the permanent features Richard Level Green, is visiting his grand tiQu. witn good' mules six Poynte r, T. J. Nicely, ForSalk:-Tw- o wifti Nichols, thousand , . Moore, G. S. Griffin and - P. S. father,' T. J.Dyer, ha9 of Cedarville, ested and-- acres 'Golden Gate park, forapply to years-old. created of sand dunes, today Richard moved to Dr. ly Drummonds. D. L. Bryant? presents one at the most notable The Articles of Incorporation Owens' farm on Elkbarn Creek. Mt. Vernon. ..Tnn- - c: 8L achievements in landscape gardening vj have been drawn in the poperform in the world The west end of Golden Having decided to o!aw and eacn stockholder is re A HE O IN A LIGHTHOUSE. Gato park, comprising M0 acres, "WlU tForSii.h: For years J. S. Donahue, So. Ha- be utilized for exposition purposes. go$westJE will offer .for sale one quested to call within the next day already built, ven, Mich. a civil war captain, as Around a great stadium, compVeie saw milf "outfit in splen- or two at the office of Clerk a ltgbthouse;keeper, averted aw.ul will be erected a huge concrete colt' kind v,. did oondUfbi." "Good 20 hp e S. F. Bowman and sign taesp. ar wrecks, but a queer fact is, he s.euu. the largest structure of its75.TKX) Jo America, capable of seating and 25 hp boiler. Ifold at ticles of ic corporation. might have been a wreck, himself, ueoule and In architecture like that at s "once Will sell at a .great bargain. The Officers and Board of Dlrec- - if Electric Bitters had not prevented' Borne. A chain of lakes at different working For further particulars apply l& torTwere-directeto select a suit- - "They cured me of kidney trouble lpvels will be connected by a the.Pnnama;eanal W.F. Warren. Hansford Ky- - of; fable sight for the fair and take op and chills," he writes, "after had model of park, where the uoiaen uare taken others so called cures for Lincoln ocean, comth ,Bflrjk of Mt. Vernon. tions on same' and make report at years, without benefit and they also: rounds out into the Ta-lf- lc t a "panorama of the Pacific the next meeting which will be held improved my sight, Nc w. at seven- mands Jan. i9-2ocean, of Ban Francisco harbor and of at the Court House Tuesday nightt ty, I am feeling fine." For dys- the'hlllsof hhe'clry. Its area Is 00 LUtle arms encircling the neck Feb. 6th. at which meeting all pepsia, indigestion, all stomtce, acres, and ita contours rise more than will make the heart light, over stockholders are requested to be liver and'kidne'y troubles, they're 300 feet abovq. 8ar lsv.el. At Lincoln without equal. Try them. Only 56 nark will be erected- a great commem All diamonds sparltles. tfhicb-tjo present. "At the next meeting will cts. at Cha s G- Davis. orative statue welcoming ships to the "tfec grand pictures and splendid be named the dates lor the holding Golden Gato." "Tentative pfcK&'.for, St. t one. can possess will of the fair and all other plans perrVrhjr "A- - orks-oF- f Francis memorial tower call for a j- - u . BOOKKEEPING structure, 8iQ feetin. height,, with a .:i rtiiw: . www wwi wwwvv wwy wheels in base SOOfeet square. The- top .of the TYPEWTUTOGiW .."feSjf" i!.lBfrfaces of those dearest .to , us fected for putting xthe tower will be almost l,3qo feet above motion. TELEGRAPHY the wateradf &b Golden Gate. 'M&?5 Th things that may be bought are The dates for the Mt. Vera 06. wumn.tMiTMiw IPBEBUI? From LIacoln park the boulevard, lm aw iBtfiirkCfUl Xv pieaiaattoiSve. nor fs wealth to naa resnui XBtnnoa Biercaamo '"' rdiplsJeverpitythepoor Fair will be August 7 8 and c, .as ii trrioni bwlarM, l0 St yn rdacatlsK 10.080 turning sofetk toward Golden Gate ad tanking . through an area q? 200 nnt mmi hi! woHitt for mccf-- NXnieroow park, will-pathat is about the only week, which K. BMWrH,vx.lnKtmm, Ky. acres that have been secured, toy te man who has the wealth t,bat gold is not already taken by some of the .IfMiniMn lx.u.. nr t Via woman whose directors for exposition purposes. Here will be located the foreign, builaiags. adjoining 'counties. However it is live stock exhibits, talking, horticulsome datethe last oj possible, that FIR. FLETCHER'S ture and agrkultara aad other Ua- -- Mrs. David Hysiager is reported very sic):. Miss Jennie Davif, has beenvery Represented at the Great- -' est World's Fair, In History. ; Eighty Million Dollars to Be Expended on National Cele- Composite Fleet of Navies of the World to Pass Through Pana'hna Canal and Enter 2 and 3, 1912 Salesman with us on San. Francisco Harbor. W,E WILL have a special w njd-Pacif- lc ' Leading Tailors With Fine AMERICA'S -- the above dates representing one of Hundreds of All-Wo- ol 5- SL bor-000,0- 1 " - Bur-pa- ss y - self-supporti- t A SPRiNG and IN SUMMER THE PIECE WOOLENS WE WANT YOU And your friends to come to this Special' Tailoring Saleand let us show "What's What" for SPRING and SUMMER We can show 500 different samples and can show what you want at the piKce you want to pay. -- We Guarantee Satisfaction Look the line over. Leave vour luenstr will deliver the Suit any time you want v :u ,d 6 v LOOK FOR THE SIGN OP THE FISH -- '- - . -- ". t h m ll -- ? - . " 1 The Home of Good m Clothes s f ;r. -- -'r '" NEW STOCK r p 3-4- -- au-rarp- u T- -- " O-unt- en-gin- Having disposed of the entire stock, of soods which I. bought from J.W. Baker, had injnded to quit business. J3ut conditions having changed, decided to continue, and in my store you will find the over $7000 worth ofmarket best selected goods which jthe Cincinnati affords. our line. d We invite v' -- Watch this spfqf lor special announcement next week. yq j.. to call: and inspect :r - "- - .t -- -- ; A. H. 1 - -- " Hum; LRfindston f ?." Sf M TT t r KENTUCKY KZ-y- . . ss v. V Children Cry - t ;- -? i. 3ulyjNyD??lected.', THROUGH v . t sexc-casw:-,- &f ., OAftT.ORJA i X" - vW Pteyi xetalrhftc -- -,r kHt fafc ' fr - w;j;.era?r ' sntfyf :?(&-- ' ,?.' '?-? i .Jl&JLt PRINT 'StJ ,Nsfcs - SHOWS ji.1 a1 ;h sr -- s tliPiPii "f? '5c ".. '"Z&lfcZ2&&' : -- - " - ,t J CSK 3? Tr-ri- n rrtri r. in Trr?MW'-"rr,yai- FORTH! WONZJft WffCTTHlftKS over-taxe- , women complain that they periodically suffer fift Some Jill's, or dizziness in the head, nervOUsnetfi, pain and bearuifrOdfctt But most every WQrian is Select shodd not occur to the normal healthy woman. conditions in We, such to these pains at some time in .her life, due strength, bad air, poor or improper food, wet feet, sluggish d as corsets, liver, etc. A regulator and female ionic made from iiativemedicinal root with pure glycerin, nod without the use of alcohol, called AN ff.MJj" ttgfa5. ''""' ' Rel iiiiWui-grrrVmliH- i .h--j 'thBfijobrfec 'Efcea nebd - succulent feed. W -- J Ms Wb? The fall colt is nearly clear gain. of salt. Frost-bitte- n jumjuiL"jL SMSWS flKlnwp!Mpj-w'ffl-'- ' (BiMMMMgMiMgHMaaaaM Children Cry for Fletcher's has proven its value iu thousands ofcases, like the following DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION, : Fattening cattle should have plenty grass has no food value done for me. general weakness with the very best result, and they have savec me hundreds of dollars in doctors bills. I buy the Favorite PrescrJp tioh ' and Golden Medical Discovery ' and take them together. I ney. was disappointed in your remedies and take pleasure in recommenauu pfenoa ver; five 1 took your medicines, both kinds, and I passed thatgirl. easily and left me fat and healthy. I feel like a young If any- - lady carea to write jne, I will sldly ted her more aboi. j the good work of your medicines." j MRS. LKJNA Hi. lOAKTlN, Ol Jiuuuiu, "cui-- . iwuu: i. ii. c. in "I thought I would write youthemregard to what your medicines haved thirty years for female troubl-tnfor I have used i ii...-i--t-'--- n t-- y Bli ; h lZI3 lam u Unicfee oitsDiscovery ffi? to speak of. Both oats and barley are good feeds for young pigs. &emat tne coops and nennouse is free from lice and mites. - CMAKnON EA! THE NftUlK 1 1XOOO TR0FKV " , w-- ' y Mnn TTf.irmj Common Sense Medical Adviser, newly revised edition of 008 pages, answersosts of delicate questio-whic- h every woman, single or married, ought to kno7. Sent free in cloth binding to any address on receipt ol & "--OIB'CCai buuui w ivw wua' " " up-to-d- a; Dr. Pierce's Great Family Doctor Book, The People "J iM a uii. A" Homev S Thi-j Irtititutton J"i ' institution, 'Our loans are made right hare at f triri.-r- a ind business men. ft is a home institution W him to our hom-Wc will pay you gOvd interest on your idle ur liii r .1 .U ....! vti. nantmul 2?" funis Hl.liiJ .1 U;( J311 illin until .mil ""i Vt1la tt.tfK tm-iJ'.VJ !" iiviiJ. S-- eli ck. It vary si np.e, oi it ana saw. uall ana wo jlauy ex- of a cheeking account. You will always plain the many lik ii.i.' t r 't4 vlr '! hi ' Jis.) itsil. i hi endorsed chick, ivlu.-(I will r slur i ' ti i im'oajstihlo proof of th.3 p'iyui3at'of thi bill ) Yo If yO'i ear- ir .ii. i y - s m t ?p Mile in this b:iink to your r. or i :m it at hoin may bo loit or stolen. it i'S t.u-us t.iik .Iuhj matters over with you. (Um ifi Aiitl b ink is g-o- J alnm' 1 . fr jop'. we can cut out the robbers in herd. y the gmw tr of ihs ie l the mos perleci ill rUu It t n r f n ru "Mr" Fr d over .)w. good It Well cured ensilage corresponds U the nature of tho cow. if. yrii.uii'i eiir ugh t9 w u vhe W K Kellogg, J J. Pal . s he isadn n .to le ore the ?i u.o .i ,j , itn eir itOiutiia.' The chief characteristics of 'eadi p c rn exptn i. the 'count n "'Audi n i).iri Imt the mo ster are speed and stamina. -- on wl. s s ' ic nent I siU't. : i ' kel it over rire jjieit'v Horses that have a light hay diet n dp a a "a j dr- - if ciun ex tat I he't't it; !t .hev winneVi are soldem affected with heaves. f M S h it whtt. hai d. r io rim Cleanliness and fresh air will usu)i i eft i,r i .. i reatrr li' or n ti it ib t'in t$. l 1. ally prevent epidemics of any kind. Tt i - si pi in Sloo- -' . i no i it itj- - ?rip u ir. nn nner, i i ' U ion rVsjentwii! ji Testing is the only method by which l Wed it lo t in he w -. t--d 1 n ir t"i' - ii- - '1.!'.. .." er T Innk tla ir of o 1 ' I a'-- f h" y, , ,u.uvr jiu uuo ll UCUCiVCJUUiU LUIS. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare but Experiments t::at trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. d" Tne Kind Yon Have Alwayj Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of ,..,,, una has been made under his per-Viional supervision since its infancy. C&&P. r. T. . 1 -. ui-k- .- -o 1 i't h- -- -- - the ss s a hieven r -- n 'l ot le nuj-- pm lc n g w .n I le r ui ivlivli e i- -. -- i- -. )! 1 The brown leghorn or the houdan feather quickly and soon reach ma- turity. anions .ar idgel the" .to ti '" vuJ, Vii'iib-ei- r w i itie 5,oo . i In r iph j, h goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is" Pleasant: It contains neitnei Opium, ftlorphino nor other Narcotic substance. Its age Js, its guarantee. . .destroys' "Worms and aUays..Eeverishness; cures Diarrhoea and Vind Colic. Ifrelicves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Pood, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, grving healthy and natural sleep. Tlfe Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. -.-it What is substitute for Castor I A CASTOR Castorijijs a harmless Jt Oil, Pare- t ul So there'-- - n t; i orv of i- s irlit ! -- s- ST g- I - 1 fJ r - UAIM t " OST v (r.VCORPOltVTKD.) ' SUITP V UK1VVI1) rJV!?Siy I r3 H The colts and unused horses should spend most of each pleasant day In the paddock. i Have no hesitation in disposing of the unprofitable cows. They are a Ciiclnl study aiu' mistake. "ii - , rfiwr.j it iswi ho u t ir ' s ent iMon. The hampw n .ei of 'cirn I'll re ct ol mi aicii tut. in ihe va i greH'tr le-S- ainpioii era P.im told r GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature ALWAYS mell. t 1 Anl 1 piinsi'Ujhj who will s esn t jus I'll who Kn But tha' th s'reiigtii o ibai Fred C. Pain u. tit the Mile, "T. v Wn'? t . al. of Pali"" MTVERNON, KEN'TUCtCY IP Sheep do not drink much water, but what little they drink must be abso- lutely clean. Corn fodder that is shredded or split, and ground fine, makes a very satisfactory feed. I ! ! j The Kiiid You Have Always Bdiight In Use Fop Over 30 Years THE CEK7AUJI COMPANY. 7T HURHAT STREET. HEW TORK CITT. PWIiii ii ' " "rr -- zfcUc i Have an orrhnrri hnolr and boon a record of the trees planted and also the variety of fruit. t Bgly lection of seed and ' i TheWorld's Champion Ear of $f jjj IBPW WfSelf IT WORKS tha 7hrLX ,TLD -- Loading Shotgun" I over ur neighbor's farm. MODEL 1911 Winchester has all the good points This new of other recoil opehted shotguns and many distinct ive features and improvements besides. Among them Nickel steel construction, which gives surpassing strength and safety; and a reloading system that will handle all safe loads without readjustment. Look one over at your dealei 't or sen J to Ihe Winchester Repeat-i- n Arms Co. Ntw Haven. Conn., for a Jescriptive ciriuhr. 12 GAUGE, I WEIel, WITH AI1, LOADS. s mfl w ltfyW aj I I B J IIk 1 K 5Ik A PSiiajCjMlapjajaBBjpg IHOT r "-- MEW clu:bBHhiw SHELLS They need no introduction to the man who shoots. These old, reliable "yellow" shells have been in use more than 50 years. " record is equalled only by their e Their " sure-fir- record for infallible accuracy. Clean, black powder loads. Prompt and snappy ignition. The emington-LMfamous No. 2 primer is the reason. Fpr Remington and all other shot the guns. RemingtoiTUMC perfect shooting combination. C a. e REMINGTON ARMS-UNIO- N METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. 299 BrodwT, New York City -" ' WINTER TOURIST T80KETS FLORIDA AND ALL SQIXTHERN RESORTS i ONK5 OAIL.V VIA ALL EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY DINING CARS SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE LIGHTED GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. FDR FULL FART1CULMS, CALL Um TSKfcT AiSeNT. QUEEH & CRESCENT ROUTE, OB WS1TE & H. C. KLNQ, Passeneer and Ticket Afent, S'. if vu !$? j,- ; . l.t -- 101 E. Main SL, LEXINGTON, KV. - m . .. uggsg jr-q.- '. m tS --. UHO g ETHltEIR u "(J" i."S?L - 3i?" 's-r- rj . ?,r - tffsggf ti- rg 'r?' fs-r- ' . breeding th.t sioiy. He tells it willingly, though g!!!n?m!!Hnmn!n?!!!!!H!!!!Wn!n!?Hn!!!n!inni!n!in!!HK mode lb, for he knows that his this same Pa !"lt Mor' WQeever cold is a source ot T c farmer who tfains he s' d great encouragement oi tne tnou- aciH.ieto.go into his corn eld Sands of farmers who nevr had The late hatching eggs from some of i l.ya piece of luck pick ou m a etter cnance than he had him- the small PRACTICAL breeds can be raised at the least cost. witch Na tire lias fath. el sell. Palin was born and brought er UNDERTAKERS.even n- re pife.ily ai.d th t up on a farm near Newtown, Ind uu uui gen an me Dest. ir anyone He has uev er owned a foot of farm FUNERAL DIRECTORS, fro,c ,h " . lf1 Is entitled'to the best fruit produced wrest the ho",r AND nd n his life, and the 300-acr- e on the farm, It is the family. ana man, cannot do better to dis EilBALMERS n which the champion ear of 'in abuse bis miiid of this fallacies Pumpkins are a valuable succulence i rn which won the Kellogg Tro rejid the story i Ky, for cows', holding much the same place notion t an to iv was grown is on a rented fatmi In the ration as silage and roots. Palin ani his chaiuoion tar. Mr. Paiin's real experience as 1 In the first place, Palsn knows If you think of setting out an or-- i If there were no mon .uner began about sixteen years chard and have had no experience, corn. He has heen on the road as S: Licened Embalmer will have charge of that.ljhe of better hire a good "man to show you pi oof of this fact thn ih bar igo. how. a grocery specialty salesman, when ZZ ' JTfwork for the company. story of the development. ai d dts he took a notion that he would i covery of the clump e.tr. The practice of turning the cows T Orders by wire promptly rilled. Hearse sent to all points oi. ryg and winter barley that is sown would be enough. 'And in proo rather be an agriculturist, so he for early spring feed is not a good ot this (act, htr is tne st'ory roo'c a few short courses at Purdue Manager practice. University and rented a portion of : told it himstl Office Mt, Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 ' l wasjn N V. nibi r, Ioio, anc the farm he now occupies. ' Nine The cream should alwaysbe strain ed into the churn through,a fine wire . ,e our crot . years ago he began caietully breed' weie j i?t tMive.-.n.-sieve or a dipper, with a perforated , , , ,)a( be.r d bu, ing thi- - new variety of corn. For tin bottom ve wetc Irtie wyh the harvest. twe years he planted two rows ol Well-breheifer calves may oftei-bri:e n en were going through Reid's Yellow Dent, then two ol l purchased cheaply of people whr Alexander's Gold Standard, deta.s 'ive in town and keep but one cow the fn ds wall the waeoti iu tl e Fron for family use. usual w y gathering the com seling the Gold Standard. rows he picked lor and the . arvest wsis a proinisiuj the detasselad Ensilage is not considered good foi seed only the ears carrying tht ' 3heep, and if it is fed at all it shouk' one. )e fed very sparingly and at intervals "We have a sort or corn show characteristics he wanted to repro "I used fo be troubled with a wcaEnc-- 3 peculiar to of two or three days. at no1 farm ail the time, and then duce, planting these in breediug women," writes Airs. Anna Jonesr cf Kt..ny, 111. "For rlvi ays an awaid fy exception plots and maintaining careful seEach cow's udder should be thornearly a year, I could' not walk,- - without ho!d.ng"my sides. oughly cleansed before milking anr illy nooi ears of corn eari- lection, so that in nine years' time I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse.' .Finally, 'he hands milker should, he sufficientlv mie-ttype to permi he had developed a well settled our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint. I was so ibsolutely clean and dry. ol their being exhibited. There is- type. thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 153, and I am The Palin champion ear was ihe Clean sound oats make an excellent on every corn wagpu i .small box never sick. Ijide horsebavk .as good as'evef." 1'ara in ration for the pigs If this is fed to n which t e most period ears an first winner of the W..K. Kellogg fine health at 52 years." hem regularly during the fattening hnwr, These, when prooerlj National Corn Trophy, n hvnd oeriod the pork will be superior. I elected, constitute the seed c rn some silver1 an enamel cup m le -by Tiffany of New York at a co-- t Stone fruits, such as peaches, apri and among these most perfect eai: ots. plums and nectarines, should be Mr. Kellogg as th we occasionally find a ear that ve of $1,000. olanted the latter part of March, before the buds commence to swell. .re willing to exhibit in a contest. originator and manufacturer o ' " Ou the day the champion ear Toasted Corn Flakes naturally has Farmers who undertake to grow In We have thousands of such" letters, and more are a deep interest in tne development my section of the country what nature yas lound I was attfhe house ant J arriving daily. Such- - earnest testimony from "those who loes not intend them to grow soon t dinner time ope of the mei ot the Igi er grades of corn, for have tried it, surely proves-th- e lnd It out. and usually by Sard experl--nc- brought it company of which he is presi great value of this vegetain and laid it, with : the """" f ble, tonic rffedicine. for women. r dent, the Kellogg Toasted Corn number of other ears, upon thi Cardui relieves women!s sufferings, and builds weak Flake Co., lequires ten thousand It pays to have the hog women up, tq health and strength.' a woman, ight and cross fenced into small bushels of corn a days for the give it a trial. It should helD vou. for it has. hplnprl mil lelds and to have plenty of yards' to making cf its product. The lion others. It Ms made from pure,, harmless, hejo" ingredi- teep hogs of different sizes'.and ages" Kellogg trophy was ' offered to be cms, which act promptly ana surely on tne womanly organs. leparated. It is a good tonic Try it! Your druggist sells hV in annual competion for awarded . If a yearling ram is used watctf him' Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Aledidne Co.. CJatSaoce. the best singlr ear ol corn until Teaa vjien first admitted to the flock. Some-- , for Special Instntionj, nd book. "Home Tr eatment tor Woaeqsent free. J 58 won twice, hy the same producer itnes they are not breeders. It is well o look after the old oneB too. They The fact that the Kellogg product 'ometlmes quit is made oulybyselect w lite corn. ' . ? while the winning' ear ' wasv of a The horse population of the world Ar n atAl VV is estimated at more thatjlli.ooO.OOO, was a piuuuuuLCU jciiuw lHci or which about 43,000.000 are in Eupeculiar feature. rope. 28.000,000 in North America and The Kellogg trophy was won ir. 11.000.000 in Asia. I910 at Columbus, Ohio; by R. A. Plow up your old, worrf-ou-t orchard James, ot Charleston, III , with a this fall and put some manure, commagnificent ear of Reids Yellow! post, ashes and bones in the trenches. You'll be surprised next year at the 4Jent, but uot9 perfect an nrteWygpiC$DK$fa quick response of your trees. '.hat TOliffh nriainnllv wrtn thf trn M! phy and which has become known ; A daily record should be kept .of sach cow In the stable. In a year'3 as the best eat of corn ever grown'. time a dairyman will then know by The next award of this trophv practical demonstration what cows are will be made at the next Rational paying him, and those that are not. . .experience, T &. mmn dket. Mt.-Vernor- cd. quick-growin- g a-- -- 1 - 3 ; 5 s 5 - , I J i, COUCH METAL! CCA3KETS Coffins and Robes. n a.-I- P GEORGE OWENSi 3 3 2 3 i d Couldn't Walk! - of-th- e o I . TAKE ' ri. 'U I Womah'sfomc -- 1 e. -- farm-fence- d I -- -- f. m 1 . Chas. C. Davis JJFhiere .are lots oi . J , - " U Our line of Oouch jC'askets is unexcelled W Pumpkins will freeze if you don't watch out, and frozen pumnklns- - are I'of- no good to anything. Good', ripe. sound pumpkins are enjoyed by the cows, and help the milk flow very - Mr iooaoo IfMnONMGORN TROPHY! J ni I much. J5S' ViV t . " nlv mnn a' i rkflr?nnfii'tii-i- Elearse sent to ajl parts of )Mi i Ir -- nMMffTTnMMBirTBf v 1 v ihe County B rv J a- All orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX, cwr - .Phone tnt94-S MT VERN"0N, KY It: ?i - L- tL Specfa" buildings are being erected for the i expusiuuu, luciLipiu uunuiug i T window sill in the well" room fcr he 400 by 167 feetground measure- left mo with a frightful, cough aud. me to' take. and put ,a way in the ments. - The;showwifKMa't very weak. I had spells wheal could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 days The.state of SoutmCorolinsr house. minutes. My doctor could not heli? "Weli, I said. "do yon think naiappropriated,'.$4o.ooo.for the me, but I was completely cured' by t expenses ot tne exposition ancruie rkou've got a good ear there? ' J'ospect is that: Dixie will- - do "It looks to me like a good ear he said, 'What "do you tb'ink of ierself proud7 in an effort 10 make - r this'expositio i the greatest ot its fit?1 oare. j. x uoi, jonec, AND $1.00 AT ALL MIMM1STS. 'I picked it up. and looked U kind ever held; - - tt 1, peted for aafn-iathe ntect G6rn Show af COLUMDIA.S.CJI Twice teDEByTIFEAr, Awarded. tTo be Corn JEposition, which wilt be heid in February i9i3. atColumbi S. C. It is planned to. make this exposition much broader 'inscjpr than'anv held in the past, and a longer time will be re' cefd-sequentl-y quired"for preparation. PNEUMONIA' I ten-See- d Drug, ..Stores' in this land of ours that' sell Drugs'but the Drug: Store for the people one :thaf gives the I Jis-th.'purest drugs obtain able. ' -- J'Ty las an'd letjus prove ourselves the one. y oQrs. . e' . DR. KING'S New Discovwy : ' (Cha--none. No. g9 C Dfeavi.s,;'Rr,uggist ' aiT: mMos: K Y. . M$P .?- FRIa'T 13 FADED K 1 t TilM-- N? & It. ?ar--; KftTt-- -- ,L . ' 2mmewL.'