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VERNON MRS CLEO BROWN "WRITES iffom the Venetian style of architecture On tlu cnni'lrunn' pKTTJRT.ATNTMOt.v OF al""JV""c ,. JI. ...,,i. sne pretty Yaieia, gouiuia'. WESTERN TRIP. Tl.-i j.iiiiiriii , pas irp ninir.Q .. ..... , Alameda. i.aU M h. 10. Igl2 i ? is lUc 6 J 1 pnr-no- n . v 11 111! e I -- lllli Jl 52. 1912. . UdMK Established 1887- egg-jarr- y 1 m , rf j, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH . UMBER : ;,7 the old Chinese Dvuastv. Thev Charlotte Perkins F5tPUnn. and uaiu, ,wwww, u u ... .. Mrs. C. E. Rice, at this place. nnw f.P nhm p in sSmfi New manv ot hprs. Atnrmr tlm l,ftnni...,-, UUV.,U,U.lIt has bePn lalknrl for cm Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lindsay arc Y0.0,i,,a,?,. rhbri.liance ar members are Jack London, time that a. mil m ,, ; auauaj wyU visiting relatives at Cave City, of the streets, the gay oriental Heiunon Whittaker.Joachin Mill- - to be built through the . PH.V P.rnwric Jinn unth fHa mtuwi this week. buddings, with waving silk ban- - er. We met annmberof inter- - part of the We arrived in s slate to tse rich .'the flowers, the sound of foreiirn A H. Hamlin lms moved his of yellow and ed, lanterns esting people. It being Dickens ber and mmpml i,r,fi Cit of Ansel's" on the fifth of tongues, one c fi, family uld hardly iraagin to Maretburg. We dislike of all sh pes andhujs, and the day the poem "Dickens in camp", present we were Ja uary, our tra-- being late we oneself in America a doubtin" to give them up very much, We but 0 lental crowds i pleasure by Bret Harte was read from Thomas but after readin- - a did not get in until elevon o'clock entertained during our stay in his business is not ours- .- Miss travel-weaiseekers in faceting holiy the original jnanpacript the letter from those that propose at nig.it, and were too to Georgia Los Angeles by a number of ' (ifll'hc Mt . million vve to receive any impression, friends. Mr. and .j .uuu..ul itr.iL. au nronoi'f.TT' Mico f nAlknltl. Tir .Duild lt webelievdit will be a school atAinyx, who is isattending n3 Mis. Ramos Alt Vernon, al home lascjnaiea wicn pup scei'e mat aiso anenuea a reception given goj and we believe it will ssine from the hearty welcome who will be remembered by start for a few days. Mrs,. C. A. .. CCi oeu.g wno pmys fiotnourdearoi.es, but the next home folks were especiully nice, .oCOiu lu haart .Hu wiigwj, thfl lpaHinO" rai-f- . in 'DaV.r.n rl f4(,m . Livingston The letter lilanford has from , .. n litfln ?hf lost. llr l . .. 0 D ,r, mnini g we were awauened by planning so many entertainments 'them. wc u. statea that the company had visit to relativesretn-inv-ai Parusville,a These are all scenes hnesegirlof !our years, who; Sunny brook farm A charmine, th0 a l.ie gl r;ous sunshine streaming for us. At Ion j Beach found our nm-p- r tn wc i.i;ii ;iiii MiiMii it ut i.i oirovOx 11 "" Ol I fitter a h d taken three first prises in ' o..uB,lt4B : ou ueurge., the road. This is a much ii niiiifi Ky.Mrs Thomas Pavne, of the i'liough the window near which dear friend, Mrs. Mary Vest, happy vMfc needed Caloway section, who has Keen wi h brother John ca- -. Francisco, , .mong tne artists, musician;--u Poinsetta nee covered with one of Rockcastle's splendid athc most beau and his family we left for Sau iful Chinese child in the oity. writers and actors at the recepti- road and we would be g!ad to very sick for some ttne is slowiv v as our lirst red flowers see freight and passenger trains improving. Miss women, and la er was enterr u ed glinpsof the ropical bloom rf at the beauiif ul hom-- i or her Francisco by way cf cost line Ve alo hoard the strange on 'we had the pleasure of meet- running up and down the river. till improves and Lethia Mulliits r. aching there at night, and were Chinese music p ay we think she .do' piimitive ing the famous Operatic Stars, calif rnia. Indeed the different Old Sol whose face has been will will soon be , . able to bo oufe jiio, ui i uinuua. met uy uur cousin wno took us instrument-.- tan oxi imagine Signor Avedano, and Madam hid by clouds for the past species of graceful waving paims, Ueal&e raet JaC i Adams who a month again. The school houw losstii.'bay. We found our that we did uot notice the flight Frauchesi. . . . i They both sang snot his sultrv beams m.rm nc j i;u as very kind in planning pleas . -wuadW MM cousin's home a typical scene, oi time at.d discovered that we dliriricr fTio ftironinnr . o xetruay Sunday and all nature seemed to Sand Hill bun.ed Sunday night.. v..v.UiUo. r,v..u...uu., jujuuu wuoiuiuuuii) ., u wor Ino tnn.s. ,,flctc with nimMuiJy There had been l.rge palms, could just catch the last boat for b,autiful.-were f UT a ce?" ot tne BmlIe and at an carJy hourMon Sunday and it must; have caught on a nuinber of deIi hlful auto shrubs and flowers, some being Alcmcda Speajrug qf Alampda vpLiupny jtitBHUon . mother watch.ng the Japanese m0bile tri , 'lea day morning the red headed Tfa from Honolula. After a days rest it is 3 pretty (Hi. fti-nn tt 1.1 ittHOrilll residence lown on Club" and listened to a splendid wood bird pearched on a branch from a defective lint or n u ighfc Los Angeles being wonder the weather being froni have been sol by an incntlinvr beautiful we an island, a short distance fiom address by Miss Todd, the noted geranium cuttings expresserd' fully adopted for motoring, they of a distant oak called, the lung this isery bard on the district great regiet that she could not stretch as far as the eye cm crossed the bay again from Al San Francisco Berkeley and child labor and factory worker. roll of Sumrney. The frog looif ameda when in the brightness Oakland. The men of the tjvvn This evening we are invited to iny way Miss Dodsou, of Ml. take them home for h. r yard. rich, assmijtli ai as? I qver pf ed :orth f his winter resort Vernon win isiintnu-tinaclnss tje morning sun ive first av are princip Uy business, men of the Writers Clutj, j ojqb, of Another pretty sight was the realized i.eti.re, iiow attractive! the "Golden Gate" through San Franpjsco, ijje treet are writers, including most of the and uttered a few coarse notes, in music was h?re Snfciirday. "T" 'TO" hedges of tall graceful calla'lillies good roads cau make" a stat the reptiles cralled from tLeir A little child of Mr. and Mr? , whose waters great ships passed beautifully asphalted; ap.d lined rnqdern writers of both Califor- hiding places, the with their gret white flowers. until I saw tlese Jong well leather winged Isaac McLemore died Moiuti kpt A wonderful sjght is the bay With trees and palm's behind nia ajid the East, Mrs.. Fravtk Although our first day was thoio ugh fares lrdding finruthe With i:s b)ue sky above, and Which lively lawns ai.d flowers Leslie being amqng- ph,e nnniber. but made his appearance as he night. The L. & N. R. fi. bright and sunshiny we felt city far out into the darted above the earth. So bojs officials of Louisville aid Living country, shifting panorama f opean traffic pnehant the eye. Ye chilly, as all Eastern people do past beautiful orange enjoyed a Twjaywe attended the annual you can hunt up the plows and ston a visit Frid .n and vtnyei groves, from all lanHg, men of wcr, t.'ip to Berkley and went oyer fashion show, of San Francisco, a when thev first arrive m Lahfor- - vineyards anu itnuiensi' ranclioc hoes and get ready for we think 'over niht with R. J. Lemonds ma. Our fim excursion was to 0ne raneh in l)articular j sttaoi ferry beats and small t!ie University Canif us an I in- yearly event looked forward to Spring is here. So you see the Chitf Dispatcher.--Uev- . Prouso fishing smacUs, mingling and spected the beautiful college and by all the society people. Paris hong Be .ch, one of the charming must mention of eleven ground hog is no wether profit will move iu a few days from Ford changing. San Francisco is too tje gret open a:r Greek theatre gowns displaying the latest fads , resorts near Los Angeles and Cam Mullins who has a position Hollow to the Mining camp about b ni,ftllln wonderful a city to discribe. It built in the Greek classic stvle. and fancies for the comiug seaThe warm andy beacb was Beach where we spent a with the R. R Co., at Paris, is a mile from town. L. S. Gardner hap- jsli.ee Paris for its gayety, charm Here many famous nlen and son, are shown on beautiful here qnt-- his daughter, who has. crowded with bathers which we py daV. Our nnVf.v rnncicK and cqsmqpo'itanism. the barber, has a genuine case of wax figures grouped in tableaux From women have ajipeared watched with interest. Lively inff of M, anH Mrti pneumonia, is out of danger. small pox and now is in U e We haye been charm jngly With. the. setting of bpaaful garmusic, the Bright colors of thelAdftms Mjss Majorie BastaJble iiuic uuHni xrnoju and cpusin D. Cook and daughter, barbershop and a yellow Hg Mrs. G. Bettie took us in an automob ie entertained dnrngour place of amusement and the (jl charming girl), Jack st?.y, an.4 dens, drawing rooms, teas, re- Mis,s Lyda has returned from hoisted and we hope no one will Adams through the Presiaio (i he army had an blue sky overhead, while bejond and myself wben opportunity pf seeing ceptions and dinners. Qn Sun- LouUville a'ter -- relatives take it for this is a loathsom-- j m quarters), Golden Gate Part, some'hing of the oc.al life of day we will leave behind the the sandy shore the splendid this runch we couW see C( tie eyer there a few days J. N. Clark disease. We don't think anyone and other interesting points as gitv. Many dinners changing panorama of ocean dotted with boats of every lsl:mdt Lon Beacn &c and luncj-aon- s t in Lexington .Monday on has a better right to know than Tfae well as viewing the city proper. California, Its blue skies and was' havw been planned iu onr ciescnpion composeu a scen'luos beautiful scene I ever saw San Francisco the writer if Iooi'ig at the has been called the honor, more indeed than wo sunny waters, its palms and business Mat Crouch, who nrtt Mnj r ii itd nnniif irnl flllAn. ' was a.ong .n this in the Cczatt Helping Ser- yellow Hag for 28 days counts beside resort I'.s visited were Ocean the oean for fnurtpn miioc worst laid out city in the world could accept. Sever.11 flno club tropical flowers, its hospitable vice here, has been transferred for a experience. It is sakl the streets being planned straight affairs have been a revalation and cosmopolitan people, and to Sonth Louisville. Park and Venice the latter iIany of .ollr tfipa broUhJ. that trouble neer goes sitgl acrqss up hill anddowu. no matter of what women out ot having the famous mlljo., do lar, among the orange -are doing in civic tumour eyes towards our dear Little George Wil'iam Omary handed, tirr.t taken the Eleventh roves of how .steep the hills. old Kentucky hme. Kighthand placed in However and other work We spont an pier, werewehad a line fl.h 3outhern California who has been very siclc for the ecund,. small pox is sent on u., A Cppo VV. Brown. dinner, consisting of "Roc bass" terestmg trtu tous was most in this is a part of the city's charm. nternooii at th" Press association. past week is better Sheriff wonder w.mt will be next. Bet Id" rCata After""our , and -- Filet of Sale" considered ii,nn Tc'ur, ,i,A e coast,, Niceley, of Mt. Vernon, was here it is said that misery lov s ri niTiara tit went to China State of Ohio, City of Toledo f.iwi, .vc J t iwn ' m.nv eelphmrpd mritorc the best ftsh taken from tbeSe ,., fv, Ilnnrmra. twe .,.!.: cn nicrt'f. uvuv-ic- i Lucas County j ss, Saturday. Rev. George Watson company. IUOH.IHJJ vvatrs. Venice is built in the uuiu uiaue my moinrr sea ui tne and were most fortunate in being members of this club which Frank J. Cheney makes oath of Mt. Vernon, filled his regular to see the la,t Chinese New 'clu le Ina n st e, tha houses copied but she was not the oply ope. sict, Coolbrith, Gortrnde that he i senior partner of the appointment at the Presbyterian KEPELS ATTACK OF DEATH' Out enrcelebrptng that will pyer Uthertotj, tyU ''Five years ago two doctors tokl Wheeler VYjlcox, firm of F. J. Cheney & Co , doing church Saturday and Sunday. "' ,.. f ... - C3 n We-r- e v of the five or six hundred that iu "cuuuvci I. setjumu v 10 were nail ., . sicic. but she ". . cnttimant onuiuicuuvit iu cu u.v a nun in nn f glas-bottom boats. through the glass bottom we rtcould seethe dpp c a- - water. lD ouuiuiug iiuweia, ori Jiani hued fish of many strange species flashed across our ision We saw the diver go down and pick up the most beautiful shells and the people on board Wwuld bu Wi - rf , -- -.- ,:.., s .- -j n 1 tim-ner- -- I .. pw..J,oa.U4U.lH. f .... . .! ... v P -- " r f 1 rwfi - !.., fla-niu- I I , i -- -. rt.i-Ui,.Kl- My proi-chin- ttre k - -- r-a- g fcl - thous-scasid- e , T.' vi-iti- ng , ha1-bee- n r-n- ch 1 te -- , automobi!e-.tour-and4'hevomen-wr,tors..o- ffie n-- ) . oi-- in-ab- le Ju-lia- ! THE EMPORIUM WITH EVERY DESSRABLE FEATURE 5 v I uM ' I l "l( Stylish to the last degree, beautiful beyond comparison, and priced low enough, to win favor .wiih every rran and boy. We" urge you to come and see these splendid Spring Suits we have on dis ' play at .-- business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundrkp Dollars for each agd every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catairh Cure. Frafk J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th. dav ol December, A. D. 1886. A. W. GleaSon, (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system. Send for testimonials free F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo, 0. Sold by all Druggists. 75c. Tak e Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. John Quinn, of Louisville, ne I had onh two years to live is Phis stalling statement was mndc ly stilhnan Green, Malachite Co' Visiting home folks this week. Ky , "They to'd me J wo i'd die w ' Walter Gilford, of Warren consumption. It was up to me is moving back to Livingston then to try the bet umg medicine Atty. C. C. Williams, of Mt. ti.tl I began tc Uie Dr. King's New Vernon, was here between tra;ns Discovery. It was- well I did lor Sunday. Miss Pearl McWhorter 'oJay I am working and believe owe mv life to ihi- - erf"sl thrift of Berea, was here between and lung cure that has cheated the trains Sunday enroute to Brod orave of It-- ; another victim." he'ad.- - W. AI. Carmical who has folly to suffer with coughs, cod? moved his family and stock of or other thro it troubles now. goods to Waco was here Monday. Take the cure that's snfest. Price C. C. Howell, the restaurant o cents and Si 00 Trill bottle free at Chas. C. DavU man, was in Brodhead Sunday. n Atty. Sam Cash, of London, was ri-- s AiiAtti &U. in our town Monday. Mrs. J. im n FLE7;MER'S of Loudon is visiting "" -- jxy RA ! LIVINGSTON. R. T. Lemonds was in Lou'sville a few days this week Mr. Conn Aher -- of Berea has been visi.ing his ister Mrs. L. H. DavR Liv ingstonhasatpresent eight stores ': ' $7.50, $8.50, $10, $12.50, OUR CLOTHING $15 and $20 Every Day We Are Adding New Customers TO DEPARTMENT one restaurant,one mil inery sh one butcher shoo, one planing mill, two hotels, a number of private boarding houses, a telephone exchange, and one blacksmith shop concludes the list. We hae three churches with a Sunday-schoo- l each, two ministers ot the gospel, three or four school teachers, three doctors' and from fifty widows and wid to' seventy-five BAKING POWOE NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE ROYAL Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made fromRoyalCrapeCreamofTarta? DRY GOODS - NOTIONS , ' i J X v our merchandise Every piece is the acme of style and quality at its price and our pnees. are more reasnrmhUfk 5 that . , nrovpnwhu "x uxauia ciicwcrt: is r aw J nur immpncp mpfpaco -- MANY PRONOUNCE THEM THE PRETTIEST EVER SHOWN IN THIS TOWN And best :0f all they are enthusiastic about owers. The merchants are alL enjoying a good trade. The hotr !s and boarding bouses have all they can take care of. You can hear the ring of the anvil all day. But the only thing we do not under 'stand is ,why the widows don't take advantage of leap year. Dr. A. G. PL 0 w WE SELL c i ft Lovelof Mt. Yemon was to-da- y j. in "ww xwv.u.ov. xu uuoiUCSS. k-.c- ; - 4S Sixttoiid McBee -- THE IDEAL SHOWING OF' SPRING STYLES Evcrything combine goes to make ours .t-.- -t Monday. The pay car passed through, here (Wednesday) and the railroad boys are wearing smiles. W H. Oliver is clerking for his brother, J. A. Oliver, for a few days. Alfred O'Neal, of the Scaggs Creek section, was in town .Tuesday S. C. Franklin, the L & N. watch inspector is witli us this week j The river has been very full and lots of cross -- tie rafts has been laaded here and the Livingston lumber company caught several logs1 in their booms. AJrsJane Bales has purchased a small farm ! fwvna TrJin flrnrnp.r anrl Has vanaA - Jr, ," r "v t it. We did not learn the price j here THE CHATTANOOGA PLOWS HiU Side and Flat Land TURNERS and DOUBLE "SHOVELS Points for Chattanooga Plows. 1 THE BEST SHANK HOES on tae ma r k e t Q HOE m v 1 I J ' -- NOE & DAVIS tVrf"S, I r --. 'm , -- J .. - & , -- . ...'l .'. M4f-- V i - ' J-- ' - J- '.rv . i. J. ' 'V ', A !Ttj&& ' f -- & .J! ? " - , fill - , ,t . M II Hill IIIMMIIWIIIIMBIMBiiMMlIMTTlfnr-rT---- -- I "-- - sT . 11 . I -i Jtr:-"a J R ' i?yiSliMlM MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Mcli 22 1912 Brb'afifead, Ky March 2i, Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OC Advertising- - rales made known on application MEMBER OE KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION 1$ . - Indications are: Wilson, oi New Jersey, is at present for ic the lead of the other candidates. 2. That Champ Clark, ot Mo., is displaying unexpected running n 'ities and is now second in tht race. 3. That Harmon and Underwood are practically eliminatec from the rnnnir.e. 1. That Woodrow It will be a fcood deal molt worth while alter tbTs to be elected a member of the Kentuckj General Assembly Governor Mc Creary having approved and affixec his signature to the bill increasing the pay of members lrom five to ten dollars per day;, that is, frcnr a monetary point of view, to say thi least of it. or may not capture the Republican convention but he has at least succeeded in startiug something that is well worth the price of admission. RooSEVJiLT may The trouble with a great many p.'oole is that they imagine that a c mstant stream of talk is has been said that Rooesvelt wauls to see Talt the first victim of the recall which he is urging. It Wise Republicans are looking to Hughes as the only solution ol the Roosevelt Taft problem. MT. VERNON, KY., SATUR-DAY- , MARCH 30th. The Kentucky Agncultuial Ex oeriment Station in connection with the L. & N. R. R. Co.. will run a special train of 8 cars thru this, country this month to bring usefu' and practical information to the farmers and all others interested in Stock Raising, Poultry Raising and Dairying. Much valuable information will be given you by experts free. You can't afford tc miss such an opportunity. Bring the boys and the girU and let them see what the State of Kentucky to make farming profitable. This train will carry some of the worlds Quest cattle, hogs, sheep and fowls which alone would be worth a twenty-mil- e trip to see. Remember this train only stop-hours at Mt. Vernon, betweeu the hours of y.30 and 11.30 a. m and does not make any other stop in Rockcastle County. 2 To Editor of Ma?. Verjton SjBs'Ai.j'l My dear sir: Would you be kind enough to allow me space in your paper for this article. I am a tax payer in the town of Brodhead. have lived in said town nearly all my life and while I am a poor man, I have to U all times made it a point do all in my power to assist in every way possible to build up. the town. I notice in the last tsue of your valuable paper your Brodhead correspondent writes an article in reference to side walks He baine built in our town. passed states that our town board an ordinance on last Wednesday night that one and one half mile of concrete side walk must be made not later than Aug. 1st. 1912. - He says in this article that a number of citizens were present at the meeting of said board. I am sorry to say that the number was very, small and I do know that two thirds of the tax payers who are now and have been opposed to the proposed pKn that has been mipped out by the town board to build our sidewalks. I know of property owners who do live and own property on the proposed route that these sidewalks will benefit by running directly in front of their doors, who are positively against the way this board is trying to force the side walks to be built. I again know that the town board has made all kinds ol promises to different citizens in our town who never had side walk in front of their property and who pay their tax every year that they would build side walks for them. I know that they have never yet made an effort in any way to build these walks. I am a t ix told you and pay a payer as I have large tax and it does look Hie that it our money js to go to build these walks that it should and ought to be divided more equally than the proposed route that has been planned. Now don't unler-stan- d me to be against side walks, I am against the plan of some but tew individuals saying, wha we should do. I am perfectly willing '0 do all I can to assist in making these walks, but I am opposed to the route they have laid cut. You must remember that we have good citizens who have never received iny benefit from the money that has been expended in our town and now these very people are to ne deprived of the side walks" if hey are built as they have been mopped out. Fair play is my .notto. But in my judgement this eems to be a one sided issue. If you are to build side waiks doesn't it look like you could divide the hing up a little. The route in lew is the very highest ground in he town and only a few low bad jlaces. Just look in other direct ions of our town and examine for yourselves and see if it would not ie belter to spend sdme of this money you have in the town treasury in making these sidewalks on some of our streets down l'l th; mud hole for hundreds of yarrR Yours truly; A taxpayer. . . iad O a'iFtfV1-- rR (J A -1- - ' Aji M SZizt iigg-sss- g The Executive Board of the Rockcasth Association will meet with the Pine Rill Baptist Church at Pine till, Ky,, N arch 30 and 31. 191. when the following program v ill be carried out. The meeting will be called to ore1 er by thechairman at 1:30 p.m. on SATURDAY MARCH 30TH. FURNITURE - Exeicises by Rev. L D. Gooch" and Jas. Barnes. sill if Churches and Report. Vi 1 3 D.mm n: What Do Baptists Teach Regarding Sin, It's. Oririh, Power and Consequences r ByHev. T. C Duke and Rev. L D. Gooch. 4 Thr In ( rtunce of the Mid v eek Prayer Meeting. " Rev. A. J. Pike and Rev: C. K. Carmical. r Best Mei hods of Maintaining the Mid week Prayer Meeting, Rev. Jas. Cummins, S. B. McClure, Rev. Huey Ponder Rev. A. J. PiKe. 6 Lecture. 6 p. m. Subject: What Is a Christian? Devotit.11 11 1 t t J Is it Furniture you want ? How about a nice Rug ? Do you need a Table of any kind or . description? Remember we have the nicest and best rockers in the town. .i SUNDAY, MARCH 31ST 8:30 a.m. 9.00 a.m. Conference of Pastors and Lajmen. hat Are the Weaknesses Of Our Association? Rev.G. W. Martin, U. K Carmical, Rev. ja?. Fames, and A. J. Pike. Lecture: What Is Scrptaral Baptism? Rev.T.C. Duke, 12.00 in. Adji urnment for dinner. 1:30 p. . Liscussion of Plans for svccessfull Sunday School work. S. B. MtCluro, L. D. Gooch, Rev. Jas. Cummins, and Rev. Phelps. 2: t.m Should the Church Control the Sunday School? if so why? Rev. Huey.Ponder, . P. E Drummond, Rev. James Barnes, and James Cummins. . 3:00 p.m. C neral Talks, singing and adjournment. All churches urged to send messengers and $1.. for expenses. 10:30 a n HARDWARE and it Is money saved to buy your Hardware form us We also carry a line of Hardware T. VV. Executive Board L. B. S. B. McClure, H, L. SMK'H. Hilton, Smith, Clerk. Mc JLUR13, Secretry. S. B. McKenzie Roosevelt Tuesday, in a itatement, charged that active npporters of President Taft are now fighting primary legislation o several States in spite of the President's Boston speech. Col. When you feel dull, out of sorts, discouraged, half sick and everything seems to be Bolngnron& you can blame It on your liver. It Is torpid. You seed - HERBINE A Medicine of Power in All Liver Disorders. When the liver Is torpid, it throws. Impurities Into the system, which hampor every organ in the body. The result Is that functional processes aro not properly carrjed on. Impurities get Into tho blood, tho stomach Is bilious, tho hldncys weak and thu bowels Irregular generally constipated. Ilerblne clears out all 'these impuritlcr, opens up the obstructed channels, strengthens the torpid liver; cleanses the blood, "purifiesfand regulates tho bowels. After tho system ha3 been Jhus overhauled, there i3 an immediate Improvement. Appetite returns, digestion 13 good, the cplrJts rise, tho mind clears of gloomy forebodings and everything loo!:s bright and cheerful, which means, sound, healthy conditions everywhere in- the body. - AN CASTOR I A For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought UNVARYING STORY The majority of our pat- Bears the Signature of ZA0c&x rons tell an unvarying story The State Democratic convention uninstructed delegation to the nation ll convention and tailed to express any preference for President. The House Tuesday passed the rivers and harbprs bill, carrying and including the $26,250,000 Ohio River" and Kentucky rivers appropriation. in Maine sent an CONNBKOWN Brown-Furnish Price 50c pGrBotfJc. PROPRIETOR JL-SE- S F. 9UIARD ST. LOUIS, W0. Tu cure Smarting Eyeballs, Sore Eyes or "Weak Slffkt, Stephens Bye- Salve. me ySTtTTP01-- 0 An p r'.co,wmckid:d Bvl of satisfaction regarding our banking accomodations And this impels us to suggest that you also would be pleased with our service. PEOPLE'S BANK Mt. Vernon, Ky. W. G BAKER. President., CHICAGO, ILL, COLUMBUS, 0., DETROIT, MICH., CINCINNATI, CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, 0., 0., 0., A.B.FCRNISH AND ALL POINTS NORTH. ATLANTA, GA., BIRMINGHAM, ALA., GALVESTON, TEX., DALLAS, TEX., NEW ORLEANS, LA., KN0XVILLE, TENN., CHATTANOOGA, TENN., JACKSONVILLE, FLA., SHREVEPORT, LA. ' )Vi d: a s?5ijr.Al Rsal Estate to.va and bmiais; handlefthstrH.fttina'farm nrnniptr. ... B and r . j ,. , fin ll 1 Realty Co. AND ALL POINTS SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. all points North, East, South and West VIA THE THROUGH CAR SERVICE OF THE rhed pass on titles. If you want to sell list your prop-witus; if you want to buy we can save you money. ii F. L. THOMPSON, JIr., Cashier. CLAUDE C, COX, Asst. Cashier. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. FOR FARES AND ALL OTHER INFORMATION, CALL OK OR WRITE Supporters of Gov. Harmon succeeded in getting a presidental primary call by the democratic State Central Committee of Ohio to be held May 2i, Anniston, AlaM has been designated as the maneuver camp for the National Guard of nine Southern States, iucluding Scott's Emulsion keeps children healthful and happy. Give them a few drops of this strengthening food-medicine Snowballs for poker chips, bed" heets for toweis, only two light meals a day were some cf the things experienced, by nearly 20 snowbound passengers on a Un on Pacific train that was stalled a' Oakley Kan., for more than a week The train reached Kansas City late Monday after having been 01 the road from Denver since Sat urday, March 9. "The first few days were sper cheerfully, joking abouc our pse dicamenV'said one of the arrivals "but the .situation was approaching desperation along toward the .last. "Food became scarce and the coal supply was so short that' the Water, 00, cars became cold. was scarce and we depended on melted snow. "A theatrical company among the p: ssengers gave several performances that helped reliee the the monotony." -- H. C KINd, Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 E. Main St, -W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, - - - LEXINGTON, KY. CINCINNATI, OHIO. p3esKo 1 ..sat. .MPpcPMT yaiijyayjm i DON'T ABUSE YOUR WATCH YOU do not run your buggy, automobile or other nuchinery till it squeaks aud griuds to pieces. You clean and oil it and cuts-itsel- f often. You shoald be as carelul of your watch. It is small and light and can not speak loud when it is dry and needs cleaning and oiling so itbe-is liable to cut and wear and need attention fore you know it. You may not know-i- t till the watch is completely ruined and stops. Bring y6ur watch to us and let us examine it with our strong glass to see us conauiou accurately;. We will show you and explain the exact condition. .. ...... . .. :i- -j j au" auju.u v.ueu should be tnorougmy cieanea ana iletv - re In eab'vear. Take proper care of your watch and it will last On a lifetime. Consult us on all WATCH DISEASES. .MM JONAS MaKENZIE K" AN EYE ON THIS SPACE EACH WEEK, where you wil ... a:.-.c-- re-auc- u . always find listed the beit of goods, which are sold for a fair margain of profit Goods bought right and soldjright are the kind of goods that it always pays to buy. Our Motro has always been to give to our customers the very best goods possible for the money. FRANK MOORE x3x$S: watch them grow. every day and IT PREVENTS Croup Whooping - Cough Bronchitis Loss of Flesh mm? other ALL m U .".. MVHri . . A TEXAS WONDER. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabets, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all. trregularitjes of the kidneys and Reguin boty men and, women.' in chibren. lates bladder troubles If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt ofl $1.00. One small bottle in. two months treatment, and. seldpattr Send ' for fails to perfect a cure testimoemk ircm Jbls aad other states. Dtl fB. T. Hall,' 2926" Olive street Louis, Mb. Sold by druggist.- " - yix$ix&x& UNDERTAKER x&x& GRANVILLE OWENS Brodhead. ' Kyf - Alii! Vlif -wsPf-ilyvflwIs- i COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Uobes. All Mail. Teleeraph or Tele' y .v ijhm "" . , hone orders Promptly Thanking my customers for the patronage in the past and asking a continu- .ance in the future, I am , Yours very truly, JONAS McKENZIE, , -- - iwsmmaaGi r - '.Filled; " 11-- 15 &., , k'&cbica2 , ? - r;i ..- -, -- -. -- . 300IG ,y ,-. , r - "ct-"- ' , -' t' . ?.V, - t y: T--- , - po TW4- - i.TXU. 74n-v-- V WXXyii., k J&-iT-' . "jv ng. fedfcidr $Coc&x8d .r ;. C!r.- - - yf' ;,"---, - 'nt'' "- - --- ? "yiji IT1I - - yz -- "- tfT"?g? laTIi i T- - 11C1 ) ill ii ii in m wii mjiii mm awia vv ri . 7 '.rm r Hf-" Spriug it es in "Swann Hats 'Easter Suits and Neckwear at4 "g- at Fish's. Fish's. MEBCKI ",r- ' until you .Don't buv auy Ladies 'Mauish" Shirts with" Mt Vernon Ky. Mch 22, 1512 get Fish's prices on tne old reliable collar and belt to match at Fish's. Globe Stands. T9 r Call iiu "No. 70" wtaen W. H. Baker is preparing to ad you wan Uo Communl farm o f 40 a front to his hotel, which will onte wiin aiurtAu, John Davis sold his acres, near. Green Hill school give several extra rooms. The house, to W. B. Siguion for $800. front will be of glass. Mrs. Edd Adams, of the WiHie OPENING. section, died Saturday as the Mrs. Cleo W. Brown will have Her baby her annual elaborate hat exibit on result of child birth Louisville & N ashvillc R- - R. Co. died also. Wednesday April 3rd. Every one probably looking ' Fire destroyed the residence of is most cordially invited. TIME TABLE. frayed and 4.46 p m Circuit Judge Wm.. Lewis, at Lon-- ' Mr. Willie Scott and Miss 22 north Wednesday. Loss $5.oo.oo Jennie Ball were laded, they usually get 24 nortn 3:53 a m don, tuamud at the insurance 30o- 00 ci 11:38 a in home of the bride, near Orlando. south way about this 21 South Rev. Alcorn 12:19 am The stone saw n.ill :it Langlord last Thursday. time-o- f was bnrntd yesterday afficiated. year . Jas. Landrum, Agent. station UlUlUIIJg. HIC HlupFiijr wnavur ttK?rfp.IM .if fi T Tnh ncm. No. 58. Phone The them in the ued at about $ 7500 with $5000.00 was burned at London Mondav Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice insurance The property belonged. niRhl No particulars as to the comein and mail matter. as second-clas- s to rrantcnn Alter oj Cincinnati, origin of the fire. The house was select g IS, upgly come in and say to us : but was operated by the Kentucky only partially covered, by insurance. PERSONAL Freestone Co from our new stock Remember the opening day will was up from John N. Clark C E. Graham, of Gretnsburg, have an unusube Wednesday , tbe date will be Livingston Monday. L & N Jbrakeman, got his aim1 the 3rd. and April the month. See ally attractive lot of Mrs. Roy Beasley was visiting in caught between the draw-bead- s the latest and most stylish hats at .Livingston this week. while making a coupling at this bright spring patterns Mis. Cleo W Browns. is with his point last Sunday morning and his Grant Mullins arm was mashed so barfly that am hi other, Frank, at Loudon. For Sale: One new hand made Judge spring wagon, built for rough roads G. M, Ballard was over in the putstion was necessary. Graham, father of the young man and hard service, for gale at bargain Wednesday. Pig Hill section Address iMmlJaM I Uncle J. Henry Fish is with Dr. and Dr. McCnord came up Sunday iftakeqat pn;e. V DIVIVAiTFiI'l to assist Dr. Southards who bad L. P. Cook. and Mrs. Carpenter, at Stanford. the young man in charge and to Carriage maker. Mr. Williams and Mrs. Cleo assist bin) in taking the wounded Mcb. Mawood, Ky. twenty-doll- ar Brown will return home tomorrow. man to Lebanon, where his arm Our gopd frieud Roy Beasley is Mrs. J. W. Brown and Miss was amputated . He is doing uice Special Suits are Guaranteed All-Wo- ol Susie Thompson are yisjtjpg in Jy to according last report received certainly a horseman from the word go, and besides his own stock Louisville, and to wear you satisfactory by Dr, guuthards. will have several good horses for MoUie Wyatt, of Ml. SterlMrs. Members of the State Board f other people which he expects to are the only ing, has been with her sister Mrs. Examiners, who will conduct all have up in shape for the different S. F. Bowman. Clothes in and this is the only store State school examinations, for fairs. Judge L. W. Bethurum and Hon. teachers' ceitificates, were appoint where you can buy them E. B. Thompson were in Louis- ed last week, by W. A. Cox will be the ice man Prof. Barksdale Wednesday. ville Mr. Cox has Hamlett, State Superintendent of this season. we are Baugh. ot London, Public Instruction. He appointed ebascd the interests of the Mrs. Laura TAILOR YOU ONCE spent part of the week with her Prof. T. W. Ireland, ot Stanford, Vernon Ice Co., owned by Mr fully prepared to supply you with Shoes, and Taylor will . uavis ana v ill prepare Albright sister, Mrs. E. S. superintendent of city schools and uuas. TAILOR YOU ALWAYS Shirts, Neckwear and Furnishings of all kinds himself at ence to supply the was In Louis- Prof. Wickliffe Lockett, Mrs. G. S. Hiatt . superinville this week buying her stock of tendent of the Audabon school at demands of the. ice trade. It will Leave Your spring and summer millinery. Henderson. Prof. Ireland and be Qnly a sl ort time until he will , Measure Today Judge J. T. Adams is in the Prof. Lockett are both young men put in a ear, and we Rill deliver the Suit, Lebanon Infirmary under treat- but both have taken high rank in Secretarj A. M. Hiatt, ot the for you to wear file is educational work in this state are ment of Dr. McChord t: Rockcastle County Fair Association having 'juble with his feet. regarded AS among the .ablest of and Secretary E. K. Gentry ' of the M. B Jones, of the Level Green the educators in Kentnpky. The Mt. Vernon Fair Association, section, has returned iroij a trip places to which they have been ossupes the fajr going people of to Florida anH tells u he has appointed are the most important splendid exhibitions for 1913. $15 All Around the Corner Next to the Court House bought an orange grove near Ft. ,in the educational department, next Mt Vernon's dates are Aug. 7- -8 to the State Superintendent. Myer. and 9;, Brodhead follows the next Richmond, Frankfort Journal Dr. Hugh Gibson, of week with thre; days. fiS was here Monday to see Mrs. John The Woman's Missionary Societj Secretary E. R. Gentry informs JTamsey, in consultation with Dr. of the Presbyterian church will ;:;:.- -. us that severa' ot the concessions Golden Seal: If you have .veil. . I. meet with Mrs. J. W. Brown, for the Mt. Vernon fair have any Golden Seal (Yellow Root) for .... new assistant editor in chief Thursday afternoon at half past The ...& already been sold. F. Franci-co- , . sale, or "expect to collect the wild of the Signal is Master Charles three o'clock. As the annual elec- .6lo Edgar Albright who made his tioh of officers is to take place, all the popular Bro'head hotel man, rcots during the season, write me A AAA. .SO will have charge of the dining as I want several hundred thous-- , ; Mother and , members are requested o br pres sirrival on the 18. i MBS) room and everyone who knows ana lor planting purposes. l.abe both doing well. ent. After the usual devotional Mr. Francisco or who has ever . " Address J. W.- - Sears, 9 Robert Allen, a Rockcastle boy, exercises and business, the follow stopped at his 9 hotel realizes that P. O Box 563, Somerset, Kentucky. is making- a success in the auto- Ing program will be rendered. he will be fed to a queens' taste." March 22 41. 89 mobile business. He is nowSecre-ta- r Country and People of Japan, 9 Mrs. J, W. Brown of the Kentucky Motor Car Farm for Sale: Containing BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Miss Kefanver Co.. of Covington, which is oue of Japanese Art 0 200 acres with a five -- 00m house. Miss Oakamp in the State. Religions of Tapan a the largest concerns On Friday March 15th. the High About half of farm in cultivation a on who has the Missionary Progress Miss Rowlee School Domestic Science class gave the balance in timber. This land Frank Lcngmire, SO a demonstration in the form of a lays well and is we'l watered with contract, .or doing the concrete Song "Fling out the Banner' 69 worn, on the construction job of Round Table on Immigrant Com- luncheon. A good stock Misses Rae Hunt and branches and well T Sparks Co , in Tennessee, theW. munities, Leader Mrs. Watson Bertha Lytton acted as hostesses, farm adjoining the town of Brod 9 C9 left Wcdnejdav to begin the work. Introductory Poem 9 receiving the guests in the parlor. head. Will sell worth the money. It is a very large contract. 99 Alien Advance Miss Dodson Lunch being announced the guests Terms to suit purchaser. cv 39 Ellis Island Miss Adams were led into the Girl's living room ea. 9 Mrs. Linda Brnton LOCAL 9 Method of Approach ot '. which was temporarly transformed Brodhead, Ky. iJ Easter post cards' at Fish's. Miss Watson into a model dining room. Covers 9 09 Duty of the Church QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. 93 were laid for twelve, the' hostesses Vic Tate, writes that he is doing Miss McCord ...9d3 Reduced Fares to Cincinnati and 09 presiding at the head and foot. Tampa, Fla., this week and that he Concert Prayer Psa. 19:14. td return account "World in Cinis having a great time. 399 Two of the class, dressed in. white, C9 SPECIAL TRAIN: --The special acting as waitresses, and a three cinnati," a MISSIONARY EXAdams was here during the train to be run by Jack The Kentucky course luncheon was served with POSITION of interest to all. 9 C9 week, from Bell county, to see his Agricultural Experiment Tickets on sale March n to .13, Station, quietness and grace, consisting of 99 sister, Mrs. John Ramsey, who Is in connection with 9 inclurive; 18. to 20, inclusive, 25 -the L. & N. the following menu: 03 very sick. itS9 Railroad, will stop at Mt. Vernon 1027, inclusive, and Apiil 1 to 3, 403 Fruit Cock-ta- il William Chasteen, 73 years of insteadof Livingston, as previously Salmon croquettes Potato angratin iuclusive, good returning, within 3 69 age, a prominent citizen of the advertised. This train is being jCreamed peas Graham biscuits. four days including dale of sale. 09 es Disputanta section died Tuesday, run for the benefit of the farmer Apply to nearest Ticket Agent, 09 Prune gelatin .. 9 of heart trouble. Queen & Cresent Route, for full and 'the farmers should take advan9 Doughnuts , 9 information. tage of it. Come and spend 99 Tea ATTENTION. the two hours, see for yourself, 9 " The red cherries of the cock-ta- il Mrs. Cleo W. Brown, leadiDg what can be done, 99 Public Sale: On my premises and how to gave a touch of color to the table 9 milliner, will have her "Fashion do it. The; 9 farmer who thinks he setting off the white linen and near Stock Pens, in Evansdale, in 9 Day" on April 3rd. 9 Richmond, Ky., I wjll offer for knows how to farm, but in reality shining silver. The boiling tea 09 09 Two farms for sale. For further does not, is in the very class of kettle from which tea was made sale to the highest and best bidder 0 09 on Saturday. March 30, between 1 men for whose benefit this train is added cheer. to, 99 nformation apply Aftsr luncheon the 00 -being run The successful mer- guests vwere invited- - to inspect the and 2 o'clock the following C. H. Frith, 09 -- 09 ear 11 acres of land Brodhead, Kv. chant, lawyer, or doctor, are al- kitchen, wher.the girls" who had property, viz: 09 ..Feb. 23 4t. 09 ways taking advantage of every aoted as cooks, graciously received near Stock Pens, in E.vansdale, 09 00 with good house and all out Dr. Lovell was called to Livings opportunity, to improve, his bus09 the guests. Instead of the disorder 009 ton. Monday to examine, Gardner iness or profession, and so should it which so frequently accompanies buildings. Same as new. One 9 09 new buggy and harness; one nice the barber,, and pronounces him be with the farmer, if he wants to the preparation of a meal, things a9 suffering with a genuine case of improve and be more heifer, will be fresh-abou- t May 1st. 09 were spotlessly clean and no trace successfull, "09 Als have .some household goods and small pox. j he must take advantage of those of the recent meal were .apparent. ill a things offered him for his benefit This was but another evidence of severs! other things too numerous MM The Legislature passed a bill 00 to mention. Terms made known prohibiting the sale of all and more especiplhj? so when they the practical work being done in on day of sale. i Do you know tbat of all the If yon have trouble in getting beverages containing alcohol such come free. Rockcastle farmers the- Domestic Science Department, A. Bowmak, I. id of your cold you may know minor aumeuts coins are hy far Miss McCord and Miss. Oskarap as near beer, malt mead etc. in this is for you and let us appeal to the most dangerous? It is not the that you are not. treating it propRichmond, Ky. prohibition territory when it re- you to come and take advantage of are attending The World in Cin" erly. There jsj no reason, why a cold itself tbat yon need to fear, TO MOTHERS --AND OTHERS cold should hangon for weeks and quires a government tax stamp this golden opportunity to improve cirinati. . but the seriens diseases that it often leads to. Most of these are for its sale. The law goes into your niethods of farming, stock! ' Maltie Adams has returned to You can useBucklen's Artiica' it will not if you take Chamber a frightful cough and left raising or any thing you may be school after a brief absence, Pneu-moHFor sale veryme withI had spells when I could known a germ diseases. Salve to cure children of eczemar hin's Cough Remedy. effect ninety days after adjourn weak. and consumption are attempted to do, connected with , The Young Women's Christian rashes,'tetter: cbahngs, ..scaly and by Chas. C.Davis. hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 30 ment of Legislature. minutes: My doctor could net help raore th tri. Wb'v not take crusted humors, as well as the-'the farm. The tax payers .ofthe Association is the name chosen me, but I wm completely cured by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and BOOKXEEPWG When you hare rheumatism in are paying for it and the far.-- the organization of senior girls accidental.; injuries, cuts burns,' VFi ljt00i.B0t cure your cold whik von can?f , OB0ftav TYPiriU l'IffGaai .bruises, etc.; withperfect safety your foot or instep Apply Chamber-- mersare the ones it is intended -to m jeting on Sunday afternoons." kNptbftijt' else "heals so 'qufckj'f m .o0T VWW For sale by Chas, C." Davis. LbtJototow lains Liniment and you will get benefit. TELEGRAPHY Be'onttme9.3o to 11.30, "Many o the girls are "s.rkiifig pr Hoilsrulcers, old ruaaiaV ciit: It costs but a qnick relief. CH.i9lr0ln quarter. Why Suffer? For sale baturoav Marcs, 3).- atr Mt.; VerV tMesp.XBg vacatip from, Wsdne - for ft .sores or. piles it haV; no" ' t l9w4&2mKmmmftf Mb J. K Cox JoUet, 111. PftlWiM Ufc Tfrl la MirmlHIl Jr " equal. AT ALL MtartTS. FOR FLETCHER'S Chas. C. Datii'' hon. Me MM $t.t day until Mooday aV thiHJons. ..Tr by Chas. C Davis. ? "."'it . " trN WtMNna Mi. aaUTM, lxtactoa -4 v -? MT. fLRNGN SIGNAL .... . I . ' 4..W. - "" .. d . . :mrrmm' mmi, i nirtrii . n . - . -- - ' -.-- y 79 Your Shirts Are prettvmuch that - - m Throw rag bagand frsh We t IF IT is Is Your Price Limit Fifteen Dollars For a Suit? just "Show Me a Fish $15 Special Guaranteed Suit" $15 g3 -- 50 cents to $1.50 TMTN J--. You will be surprised 'to see clothes here at as as you ever .bought anywhere for a 22-4- 1. bill These They -- teed Doubly Guaranthat town Let Taylor DON'T FORGET Hats, " -- EASTER APRIL 7th - SUITS to $4S J .a ... - Livingston's Big Store .09 w ith the coming of the Beautiful Spring we know that every lady will want a nice new suit, and we are prepared to show you the greatest values and styles ever shown in this country. We earnestly request everyone to visit our store as quichly as possible and examine our Mammoth Stockof Goods .69 A H. HAMLIN LIVINGSTON, KY, tl J - 9t'8' 1- PNEUMONIA va -- for-stat- e r 'aLly. EAhAM-ffcooloVftaa- -- TJ .- t , mm.mm DR. KING'S New Discovery - Cry 1 -. . J r - t- - . r -- Tv O ASTORIA fe-'l vi-;-- - ?J fcw .J r- ?r. ' J V . i f. 1 '. 'l - v . WITHERS HOW OneireotMcretofyouUI-,- ty understanding! of lice .u old, should for this knowledge -is to St a ooa loc Irrive .,- I Is U -w- - - . . i s nn or the mothbf h Q as .. fc Everyman,, "The C.E. . m.11: iviuiiins was in .type, nere cr.rr.h print papi r & used in one 5 ear 01 i t .: n.icn ti vciispicctu,1 uvci ten juiius uir iu.) ....... iuu tr provensent ." ORLANDO . -- , " pMn1R'ii Common Sense addrawiu reuu K Tronired by sending uurty-ca- e :itr ' , ICUUIII Dr. Pierce, at Buffalo, : a do uccto maccc nhioh can only be compnrsl to the in- ordcr pn!y Th womanly system ol a uco wj-he dlica mccL- trfcte so -. ;. Very y wirn vuuu wiv tou women not fa yjf; end t"oM or befote their time throat ignorance Mcntiu at LoU , 7uch MbWAi V- iin ,. mechm ., nou last week and while there purchased him a tine horse, price paid $180. He says he is now ready to call'O'i the merchants if ihe mud dont get any. deeper. J. nlTLy -- ti, t '! r'- i.,.rfrf nf this human mechanism. fch? and many l Evstem can bs nvoidrti uya pruj.i-- i do, in tho-- s t T.2 iltilCa L'l- -- W"Uns. G. H. W.UJ.O h- Omsdcment u....j - the -- jo .- K J eir.c- - L???'':l - hi y??- ..Vi -rti - Lub "1 , Pit vear: o and all4nthe docto.3wvitt Ti'rrlT!. was not cui " " T . ?Q Mr-- 2. WIL.UAK3. Yesterday To-morro- w TO-DAY Tc-da- y ouly a vision, YESTERDAY is but a dro.im.TO-MORRObut wci lived makes every yosterdav a dream of hapa vision uf hope. Therefore piness and every to day brinjryour account to noUycbterda' nor to-da- THE IJAtflv OF MT. VKRNTOX Thfi: our hojx; is that all your moneys will brinji you happiness, ami Jroplity. and all your reoollectious of yctcday will liri'isr you jrrcat salisfiutien and all your dealisigd and relations with this Dank will brinj; you threat prosperity. H. and F. E Mullins the merchants of this place are doing i busiling business. J. H. Mullins is manager. "Emmet Anderson of this place has returned to Clinton-ville but ccute.nplates on coming back soon. Bob Mullins and Herbert Anderson attended cnurch at Cove Ridge Sunda . Fred Mullins, spent Sunday with home folks. Daniel Ponder, ot Gaulev, acd Miss Mary Anna Mullins, of Withers, were mariied Thursday. Theo. Pigg is teaching school at this place. Miss Susie Anderson visited her cousin Miss Mary Mullins Sunday. Mrs. Alice Barnett is visiting her brother Cam Mullins, of Livingston this week. Misses Ollie and Sarah Bell Roberts visited Miss Ora Mullins Sunday. Wm. Anderson sas according to the almanac there will be four more snows. John Lear ot Carico, wis calling on our tner chants last week. Griffin's Mill 1 each, upon which is prinred advci- tising matrer, directions and labels different languages in twenty-eigh- t and dialects. Enough lumber used in making the cubes in whic!t the medicines are shipped to build an eight room house on each of these ten farmseverv three months The bottles used by tnis firm evpry vp.ir. wliioh arp filled hv inqrhinerv ,.c ..... li'JUl, I. -- . ill Lilt i'tiw Ul l.n I'CI u placed end to end would reach across the United States seven times or almost encircle the globe. commiun, i uc child of Joies Proctor is some better. Mrs. Eflie Ballard and little son w. re called home on ac count of th illness ol her mother, serious Mrs Laswvll. Mrs. Will Proctorl is visiting Mr.-.-. Jones Proctor. Airs. Maggie Laswell is very sick. Willie Scott and Miss Jennie Ball were married last Thursday evening. We wish them all happiness through life. Dock Reynolds and two little grandsons are visiting Lige Abney. Mrs. "uy very . There is lots ot sickness in .thr5 . . .!. r. j. mswc. h, u wg&smmmsaBammmmmmmmmmmm Children Cry for Fletcher's I t,.. IiHODHEl). Ed Hurt, of Lebanon Junction, Miss was at home last week Mary Collins, of Ctb Oivhurd. was in town last Saturday, giving music lessons to a class she ha? here. Miss Etta Moore was at her home in Bcrea. Saturday and Sunday. John E Evans, traveling salesman for Colgate & Co.-- , is with home folks this weak. Dr. W. E. Gravely was taken seriously ill Sunday night, with a severe attact of acute indigestion, and for about twenty four hours his chances for recovery was rather doubtful, but we are proud to say that he is better to dav (Wednes day), and bis many friends look forward to the time when he will be out again Uncle JohnSigmaa Cqrbin for a few days. Mr. is in and Mrs. Bob Roberts, ol May wood were the guests of J. V. Owens and family the first of the wee:c Dr. A. G. L .veil, of Mt Vernon, was in town Monda. evening to see Dr. Gravelv. in consultation with Dr. W. P. Car ter. Mr Allen Hiatt and daughter, Miss Minnie, spent Lst F'jh day in the Hiatt section. JennieAd.uiH wai visiting her mother. M1.1. ALisou, and sister. Mr-;- . Ball, Sunday. Mrs. Celia Chestnut is among the sick. Uncle Rob ri iegor.s is among the sick. Bom to the wife of Mat McNew Wednes lay a girl. The figures of the fatalities following th' explion of a loco motive boiler at San Antonio, Tex. Mondiy, were .evised Tuesday to identified dead, show twenty-on- e eight unidentified dead and two missing. Mrs. Coudin. U. S. N., retired, has bronght suit u the District of Columbia fir a limited divorce Irom her husha.id, alleging she does not knw his whereabouts. Kind You Have Alwayj Bought, and which, has heen in Tise for ovor 30 ycar3, has home the signature of - and has heen made under his per-' sonal supervision since its infancy. J1 (jr Allow no one to deceive youin this. All Counterfoils, Imitations and aro hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. ,A GUIie yjy?'j' "Just-as-goo- d" tfrafeJL VZ3 Oil, PareCastorift is a. liarmless substitute goric, LJrcps and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotie substance. Itrf age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Peverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Clie. It relieves Teetliing Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Pood, regulates tho Stomach and Bowel3, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Prlcnd. .ft. CASTOR! A for Castor ehuine CASTORS A always Bears the Signature of THE BANK OF C. C. V, fT. VERNON KENTUCKY W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier. II,U.MS. l'rosident. .it mmmmmUTMMim 0 SHOTGUN w- -- corresponded aud Liviastor. seem to like to recall their bovhcod days wheu they studied ihe old Well those blue back speller. days. Our teacher J. were happy N. Brown thought the blue back speller and Butlers grammars en. fr. the books among bo filled Lis regular Thos. Durham appointment at Cove Ridge Satur-- . day and Sunday. There were lots of ties run down 11 The KM You Have Alw ay: In Use For Over ?3VfeVfcJlil,H' THE CENTAUA COMPANY. 77 MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY. ought It The most common case of insomnia is disorders of the tomach Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets conc-- t those disorders and enable you to bleep. For sale by Chas. O. D ivis. -- Triumph ot Democracy- - was the subject of a speech by Kepre- - oO Years iUlZ5SS5 m 1 Muaija e. jrstt&si Steel Lined mmsmLV . k tHSMts isv3a r' ?mj j"jr. rjmLm SHOT SHELLS Rockcastle river during the recent tide. Mrs. Martha Durham, ol Cruise, visited Saiah A. Mullins, place Sunday. Mrs. of this Spencer Mullins. visile Mrs. J, M. Roberts Satui day. J. M.Roberts is clearing him a large new ground says he clout want 10 buy 1.00 per bushel corn itcxtjear. 1 the celebration of otrthaay anniversity of William J. B j an,- at Lincoln Neo., Monday fifty-second .u,.0 - Bmm Hr.!!1!!n!n!!l!!H!!nW!!nin!Illin!!tin!!H!!!!!!!ni K : 2 M Ja.es a, Uu g EH i-- ta ' Jfe r 5Z.ST4Vr',' r mRm A. -- GASKET ' CD. 8 - S. Durham returned lion: last Jo in W. Sickelsmith, Greet.s Sunday, after spending severl boro, Pa., has three- childreu, am. days with his brother Fred at Mt like most children they treequentl Vernon Air. and Mrs Mauric. tak cold. "We have tried seeral - (.ece nj;lu. - - ilSSt xs&i3S8mm?j &&$g- - l' ra sc if"&& FUNERAL DIRECTORS, SL PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS ,and E3IIS1UIKKS 3 3 2; rS It. Vernon, Ky, 3r -- Few and strong and simple parts Pfc I S Allows five shots in lightning succession or deliberately 1 hree to get the cripples. as desired. Minimum recoil. Not a single ounce of muzzle energy lost Part of the recoil, ordinarily absorbed by shooter's shoulder is utilized to operate the mechanism. Handles heaviest ammunition easily and accurately. Solid Breech, Hammerless, Safe ! J?emngtO?.-UAf- C the perfect shooting combination. Send for Descriptive Folder REMINGTON ARMS-UNIO- J 299 Broadway, Now York City METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. GLORIOUS NEWS' comes from Dr. J. T. Curtiss, Dwight. Kan. He writes: "I not only have cured bad cases of eczema in my palieuts with hlecmc Uiiters but also cured myseli by them of the same disease. I feel sure thei will benefit any case of eczema" This shows whit thousands have proved, that Eltctric Sir. ers is a most, effective blood purifier. lis an excellent remedy tor eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and running sores. It estimates liver, kidneys and bowels, expels poisons helps digestio i, nuilds up .thr SatisPiic? 50 cents. strength faction, guara teed by Ch-is- . C. Datis. Groct.ir have moved to Louisviilr M r. Proctor has a go tl poA'hei-sition. Mrs Moliie Durham, and son Brack, returned home iatnr-daj- y after spending tw v eks the family of Dr Wc.-dewith in Liberty. Mr. Alfnd Leece, ol the Copper Creek section is very M ss Perl Mck at this wr McAVhorter, of Berea, after spending a veK with. no jj folks, is in chool again at this place. A e y ti-ifl- kin is of cough medicine," he say 3, 'but have never lound any jet that did them asmuch good as Chamberiaja's Cough Remedy' Fc sale by Ch3S. C. Davis. gOOUCH METAU COASKETS Coffinsand Robes. SEE g g 5 S: W. T. FRANCIS, H jrr"& eSSCW 'i.j irs Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of company. , work for tho 3 Hearse sent to all points Drdcrs by wire promptly tilled. )ffice r m&L: & rft'ZA.it. r-- .. j- Dentist Mt Vnrn w- S 3 GEORGE OWENS, Manager tt. Vernon Monumental Bnilding PHONE 112 g ., n. - .iimiuiuimuauaiUiiiiuuiiumiiUiHiiuiiiiiuiiiiHamiK jpnvd . 1' young-folk- s attended a Sul-phu- fi 11J r '. PS Wk aQ ft ft - SS JT m Sa ! ? k m -- m v, $B&m&&y&$i .js&ssiSsiissASiK Ail .vMfeJ 0ur line of Couch Cabkets e ' is unexcelled Hand-madCoffinsfumished W flearse sent to all parts of mi I t the County orders by Wire Promptly Filled MT. VERNON, KY M I Phone iU S i II Vv"iafSp5feSs ( v'lfel Burns fcttaaV white, the, last diop. clear ana ITor fe"vviSY 4) t&glpSw r R Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer has It In barrels direct iror worKS Oil. 1 I R - HcCncry CHAS. C. Ta. STOLL O'JL CO., at Warren, Ilotor Caro!r-IIlsli-Grutlo i lS:.u.u V -.- XY. rw-r .a ro I 1 YOU NEVER R5.SRF.T T COST OF AN " ARTICLE f F IT F SATISFACTORY yS H A ISSN A 'S is without -- GREEN SE AL s, dohy Roller meeting in Gum Sunday evening. Chas. WinkW. with headquarter in C.C. Danville, is with home folks this ATTORNEY-AT-LA. veek. Lncie john b'Jynn, after MT. VERNON. KY. Interesting Faci's Regarding eing confined to his room for the - On 2nd. floor o Laboratory Of The Cham- - past four weeks, is able to resume his usual duties about the depot The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church I1KRI.AIN MEDICIME Co., yark Uncle John is a splendid street. Special attention given Des Moinhs, Iowa. to collections. A person purchasing a bottle of old Man, and his many friends Phone No. 80. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has iieglud that he is sufficiently able . beathis-postfordutyHomer no conception of the magnitude ol to Vallin, of Danville, was in town the laboratory where this medicine is manufactured. ' The machinery tast week. Mr. and Airs. John UNDERTAKER and E1V1BALMEP! and apparatus used in its prepara- Newland, of Lebanon Junction, tion was designed especiallj' for the vere in town Wednesday. Carl purpose and cost several thousand Painter, of this place, a son of J. J. Painter, of Lebanon Junction, dollars, Europe, South America left Wednesdvy for Pine Bluff, and the United States supply thc :It Ins been rumored that various ingredients of this remed Ark. Hie town trustees levied a special and ouly the higlest obtainable tax to help build side walks, and quality is used. No pains or ex we are authorized to say that this pense has been spared in making is a mistake taxes of th s it as nearly perfect as possible. year have been reduced ten cents A force of helpers representing on each $100 of taxable property. homes enough to populate an averMr. and Airs Evan Wheeldon, age Iowa town are regularly em if the Quail section, "has moved plOyed at the plant of the Chamber r.o town, and occupying one-- of lain Medicine Company at L Thdnias Cherry s houses on Iowa. Their printing deSilver street. Mr. Wheeldon is R. partment, which is usually overa brother of C. A Wheeldon, ijDENTisT looked in calculating the expense oarber at this place. J. W. Prac MT. VERNON, KY. of a business of this kind, ranks a tor is having an addition built to Office at residence on Main St one of the best in the State, and i Crown and Bridge Work his residence, which will add thoroughly equipped w.thau'omatic Work guaranteed. Specialty. greatly to the appearance of his pres-e- s aud folders of the latest im property. Mrs. Tames T. Lawrence, of Gum Sulphur, was the guest of Mrs.- Ellen Mahuffey. Wednesday. Steve Proctor, of Mb. Vernon, i doing the carpen ,ter woi'k on his father's house. W, A. Tyree is in Harlan this week. Home and office in the late residentt Dr. Myera formerly occupied on Oh. Main St.," Mt. Vernon. Williams, t&q m Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to wvran-I- y troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. A,.cr':.,rso'- - 4m Lnad-bour- n, N. C. "They grew worse, till wo. " ; often faint I could not walk at all, and I had an a.vfd hurting in my side; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would r1'?, but my husband urged me t j try . Card ji, 50, I jegai , 'd t!.-- j first bottle helped me. By the time the i'v.J bottle .as used, I could do all rr.y work. All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me." 4 14 3.C.MoCLARY 4& i TAKE' fha i, Stanford, Ky. a,te. 4 - For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and well. During this time, thousands of women have written. like Mrs. McPherson, to teal, of the really surprising results K3 they obtained by the use of tin's purely vegetable, tonic. Kg remedy lor women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. for Special Instructions, and ge s, book. "Horn: Treatment lor Women," sent tree. J 49 W. DYCHE - Chas. C JL D avis 4 'llPP fc3g ' NINETEEN MILES ARECOND r, rru ifo n- 11C1C aic.juto Wl L1U Stores in this land of ours that sell Drugs, but the a doujt the most efficient home paint on the market, and 2 cheapest in the end, in that it will go further and wear longer tt a other paints. Only the best materials 4re used, with WHITE. LEAD AS THE PREDOMINANT PIGMENT, tempered .with just enough zinc - griping, no distress, just through is the awful speed of our earth through space. We wonder at such ease of nature's movement, and so do those who take Dr. No King's New - Life Pills. , without ajar, shock or distutbance Mount Vernon tp prevent chalking quickly; as is the case where lead alone is used. FOB-SALE ill JN rrlHB workfthat brings good heaUh and fine feelings. 25c. at C. C. Davis' ' -- y NOE&MVIS Jt r eft w - Tt if? mmMMBMMMMw 3m - - tfTt ? Children of Xawreuce, Mass., Granite Monuments joi all textile strikers vbo were sent- - to kinds. Estimates furnished New York and Philadelphia' to be application. . oaredi for during the strike, will on , GEO. OWER SPropr. . .be"returned fqr?a welcoming home vThoni 112 dmonstratipri March 31 ?"'2S?' . -- m DEALER anu n Marbles and- - vDrug Store for the people is the one that gives the purest drugs obtainable. Try us end let us prove ourselves tbe one, Yours, Chas; Q.DaviSr, Druggist rnvvtrjfPTj x'vx-.Pbottd No. 1L lr JlXi I i 39.' .ti 1 4 & j. r Xi rr . - f'r. " f j U 3tGc8r)3X3ldfcieC G i " . r .".-- C JrVZA. .JS. fiii !! 'A