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Mount Vernon signal: March 29, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912032901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: March 29, 1912 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V N, T. " 3t .? -- J -- v ' -- ?! Published Every Friday VOLUME XXV. BliODHEAD. MWMItatt ,- -r Established 887 1 MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KXM FRIDAY, MARCH 2 9. 1912. NUMBER 27 Brodhead, Ky., town had made promises and had LIYMJG8TON. Church, Saturday evening at 7 proval, and as the board is anxious Waler Robins were in the XJuail March 25. 1912. not kept them I cannot see. p m , at the Christian Church, to gratify the most whimsical section Wedneseay on business.. Editor Mt. Vernon Signal: Neither can I see how the towr Sunday at 1 1 a.m and at the Bap they are willing to compromise Clarence Shafer moved to town Farmers in this neck of the Claude Griffin of Mt. Vernon Whereas a poor man that lives was with his aunt. Mrs Walter tist Church, Snuday evening at 7 their opinions in order to promote Tuesduy. George Tarretis here woods are very far behind with in Brodhead, and. pays a large could kep a promise unless'ithad made one. p.m. Everybody cordially im ited harmony. From what we have from Berea. Marion Sujlivanof their work. No plowing has et Turpin, Ssturday and Sunday Blanken-ship- , been able "to learn change Williamsburg was in town Wed- been done, no oats sowed and it tax, and signs his name "Tax the This poor man says that we W. H. Andeison was in Louis-vi!l- to attend. Mrs. M. E. . Mrs. Joha E. Evans thh Oil, nrC iarcn. !.." iusl uair Payer," has persuaded i you to have some good ci:izens thai have 2. of Ashvilla, N. C . is the which w ill be con.-i- v ered at a spec- nesday g- - ods last week buying znrn iul your i "s give spacem... ., vaiuaote paper never received anv benefit from ial meeting to morrow night, is was in Stanford, Wednesday, to Mr. Iigle Bauihman, of Aurora. guest of Mrs. C. B. Chandler. long now until the bu. fnr n t-nl : :n ,Ws f.pii,. i Ind was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Owens was in Mt. that walks are to begin at or near have hpr fives treated.' i Grand will begin to swell, tae birds be- - j criticises some of the actions of the money that has been expended in our town, and I want to ask Mrs O V. J.arrett last week. Vernon the iirsi of the week with the crossing on B one Paik, near Master Dave Jackson was in town gin to sin?, the plows and hoes wi 1 the Board of Trustees, or I might this poor man, who spends the Thursday. Mrs. th-Ve und-rstaher daughter, Mr. Frank Sutton the old Boone's Fork Church, and Wednesday and Mr get busy and we can sing in theiR, . , n11 of tihfi hoard eXCGm onr., . ; money of the town, and who has Uncle Jim Padgett' returned extend u the crossing of Dix Daisy Hum was up frota Crab GqoJ Qd Sum mer rime. Will , and Mr Jarrett have formed I will also plead with you for a been responsible tor this injustice f a parinership Mr Arthur Wal from a two week visit in North river near the rail'ioud crossing, urcnara, a.maay, Mf-E- d it is amusing to heat the short space in your paper, in and probably on both sidt-- of the lin, of olutnbus, Ohio, a brother Vjarouua, l uesuay. qavehng over their can' order that I may say a few words if this accusation is true? LRVhu GKliE-Now in regard to the route ci uur fe'Iowto . nmen, I.Egbert of Prank Meser has pneumonia. street or road, then up Main street HiHfl.ti5 fnr PrAciflpnt vnn ttirceo in reply. . M. B. joes has retrnd from' mapped out for the walks, I will Saturday I. R. Storm hat, been conriued to some poiut beyond the mier Wal in, was here last hevflrph,. ?nmi I am also a poor man, and a say that it is the best possible andSunday. Mr Wal in represents to his room this week wi h a st section of West street then u, a few weeks stay in Florida. He iTdttes and some are Teddyite. ;, town of B The Malleable Steel Range Manu vere att&ck of Ja grippe J. m. u est street to the fair g.ounds o.. TOilll.k.ly move his ,,atuly -there , They are going to have the worn tax payer in the the other gen route, and the board was of one .Klike but not opinion in the selection of this facturing Co , of South hciid. Adams was in Mt. Vernon bo the south side of Silver street .t. iiexu ran Airi ii. Hi, ruc uuu political fight vou ever saw in tleinau, such a large one, and 3 route. lnd .in the states ot Ohio, West tweeu trains, Monday.- - Mr. Al- - the intersection of Academy little daughter, Joyce Spent from their own ranks. They are the street, Academy street to Water rriday until A.onday with Dr. worst divided they have been since don't see how a poor man has to In conclusion, I want to ask Virginia. 'Pennsylvania, and one fred Leece, of the Copper-Lredpay a large tax. O. Price. Dr G B. this poor mar, or large other state. It has been eight or section is very sick. Dr. W. K. stree Water street to the cor andMrs-Abraham Lincoln daddied the The acting board of trustees as he is pleaseu to call himself, to this1 Giavoly is out igain, and judging porate limits, near J. P. Carter s, uawrence was called Tuesday to party and we truly believe if Linten years sine he was at of the ee Ora M Brown yho is very coln was permitted to come back (W. E. Gravely, W. fl Sowder. came out to the jriace. and twenty two years since from his appearance, he is none and from Academy street nor.h t A. J Pike and A. E. Albright) of board as they are always open to he was in Mt Vernon He and the wor&e off on account ot l fc Albright st eet, and the rein ind stck Miss Viola DeBoid has re and view the pirty in its precent of Bratlhed. did unani e erynody, and see that these ov to be as first proposed, which turneJ to Brown Memorial School plight he would disown the whole the town Irs brother Egbert were in Mt recent experience of petite mougly pass a side walk ordin citizeus that he cbims ate so between trains Satuiday gestion. J. M. Ciess of Preach when complete will give us ahogp after spending a week with Lome WW- ance the 6th inst., after having badly treated, get fair treatment Mr. and. Mrs. F. L Durham were ersville, passed thiough town six or seven milna of concrete folks W, J, Brown, of Qnail, Mrs, J, W, Sams and children been solicited by at least three- at the hauds f the b ard, and if Sund,ay with his- - father has returned frpm Pittsburg wbeie down from Mt Vernon; from Sat. .Tuesday with a nice uuuch trf cat walkj. We hope that whatever t of the they do not, raise the howl there uiday until Monday Roy Minks tie and hogs. - P M. Padgett left the board does that they will give and motherhere, GroverHatcher she has been visiting her parents 'ourths of the tax payers town. and then. Don't lav out like an of Morel tnd, was the guest of Dr. here last Saturday for Thornton, us side walks, and we don't care and Giles Shell we4e in Mt for the past week. Mrs. T. J. last Saturday. A 0. Soude Neighbors was in Londoa Tuesduy I wish to state in the begin idle boy from school, and after you and Mrs W. F. Carter the first of lnd , whereby will make his home how soon or how much George Durham loftSunday for Spark's purchased of Mrs. Ellen Brown a visiting relatives. Little Miss qin?, that I am satisfied, and can grow up in ignorance howl beMisses Grce and -- Cbas Lvons was. up from jiin-'-'the week prove that the put on rec cause "For.une does not roll your Mrs. M. ry .pianpue jioweii, ot modnead, John Moore Quarry, where he will take charge line young horse. Beulah Isaacs were here Suuday tion City, Tue-dayis ord the will of at least three-faurth- way." from Richmond They left for is able to be out again. Miss. of the stove for the W. J. Sparks DpBord has been ve?y sjck or with her father C, C. Hoell this s if . not of the V E.GKAVEL.Y, theirhorae in Ocala, Pulaski coun- - Annie Roberts returned home' Co, Mr. Durham is thoroughly a few days. iVlisa Lizzie li rst week. F. L. Thompson and T. of the town of Urud-heaGhairman Board of Trustees. ty. Monday. Misses Dora Blan- - Saturday atter spending several competent to manage the eonv was the charming guest of Geor J. Nic?ley o.f Mt. Vernon was here when they passed this nr We heartily indorse, and concur ton and Hazel Reynolds returned weeks in East Bernsladt and Lon pany's affairs,..and $ a gennina gia Gpnlyylat.3iesJay night. - Friday. If you want to know the This poor man says in the above, dinance. Mr and Mrs J. Thos hustler. Mr. Larkiu Hicks was'R. L. Bruvn, Qf bomersef, spent joke on F. L- - just ask Tom to bchool iu Mt. Vernon, Monday, don. W A. E. Albright, Claude Owens is able to be on Cherry were up from (,rab Or over from the Bee Lick, section, batiirtlay and Sunday with his B, Rico is moving his family to 'that the number that was before the board was small." We had W. H. SOWDHU, Wednesday, and was in Mt Ver mother hei'u. Dr. and 'Mrs. G Paris Ky , as his run is out of Paris the streets again, after being con- - chard, Wednesday. We are twelve visitors present that ten or A. J. Pikc, Trustees. C. Price are rejoicing over thear-Uncl- e to his room for two weeks ways glad to welcome Mr Cherry no'i between trains on business. now. He is with the K. C. divis night, and each was given an opJohn Sowder suffered a rival of a baby girl at, their home ion. Arthur Rice has gone lo with an attack of rheumatism. and his estimable wife to our portunity to. express himself for or 11EPELS ATTACK OF DEATH Brack Durham, who is telegraph town This is their old home, Blight ifrnke of paralysis, Wed- - named Sallic Jefferson Miss braking with bead quarters at "Five years ago twu doctors told ing at Crab Orchard, was at home and we hope they will tire of their neadav, and was In Mi, Vernon Juln Phompson letumeU from Pang. J. P. E. Drunimonds was against the passage of an ordin , and all me had only iwo yeais 10 mc ance to build side-walkBe-aSunday between trains. Mrs 0. p esentlocat on,and return to th?ir between trains on busiuess. WpdneUay, where she has in Mt. Vernon Monday. Mrs. This stalling statement was tr.adc V. Jarrett delightfully entertained first love -- - We understand the 'Uncle John Sowder suffered a been m s.chool. Craig and Brown Lefew who is with her daughtei that had anything to say plead by stillman Green, Malachite Col a number of oung folks last Fri board of trustees has und r en- - slight stroke of par4ysjs Wednes- the hitters, passed through Mon Mrs. A Taylor, has been verv with the hoard to pass 'the ordin- "They told me 1 would die with ance. There was only one present was up to me day eve. ing in honor of Mr deration a flight change in the day, we hope that nothing serious day aiid were gettiug lots of pro. sick is some better at this that was reported agasnst it, and consumption. It to try the tet lung meuicuie Baughaun. Mr and Mrs T. B. fide walk ordininc'), that is to ex- - will result. Mr. J. Ji. Cuss, Mr (I hob,--M- iss Mary Mae Lailiitu writing.--Wall- er Wade who eot he did not say a word against, the then t began tc use Dr. King's New ami Chandler, of Bromo, were with tend them to almest and Mrs J, Monte Roberts were Yisjied home folks Lst week. his foot very badly mashed by a Discovery It was well I did for son d t, chandler lhe first limits of the town, and furnish no in Lomsv) le this week, Mr, anq to ii. l qouipsi n was here Satur- - steel rail falling on it is rapidly ordinance that night. their todav I am working and of the week. Rev. J. A. Sayer. part of the material from the gen Mr Roberts are buying' furni- - day tnd Sunday. Therp whl be improving. Lt S. Gardner the I do know of property owners I owe my life to this great thi-oi- t living on the proposed route, as, first proposed. It,tuie They wi:lgo tojiousbk'eepi; servkr'I'VlandshJp-neA-Sui- i of Mackvllle, is the guest of Mr etal-fuud- , small pox patient if getting along that these walks will benefit by and lung cure that has cheatedjhe Its and Mrs. A. K Albright. Hewdl seems that the present ordinance ing inJ.G. Frith's house on A 1 day, comlucted Jy D. R Gentry nicely. No one else has taken it grave AT another victim." running directly in front of their folly tp suffer with ronghc, colds hold services at the Methodist has not" met with universal ap- - tight street A M. Biatt aud Everybody cordially invited yet, and we hope this will be the doors, who are positively against or other throat troubles now. oaly case in town. Mrs Sidney the way this board is trying to Take the cure thalT. safest. I rice Hellard Is on the sick list this force the sidewalks to be built, 50 cents and $r no Trial b4tie C. Davis'. week. W. M. French, of the Long and this poor man is included. free at Chas Branch section, was in. town today. Thej would be opposed te any-- G. W. Baker was here between CARD OF THANKS. H thing that this board could do & I wish to express my thanks to trains Monday enroute to Mt. now, or for all time to come ny friends and good neighbors, Vernon from Richmoud K. T wnt.pWrvhnavt0 nnsitivplr ' Uncle Welk Mullins, of Cruse Ky, understand that these property an especially to Doctors Carter was here Monday on his way to owners are only four in number. ana uiveu tor uiu imcicau .thu,,. illness. He says the new rail London. I know that all ordinances for me through my short Respectfully, road is all tha talk in his locality. sidewalks in this town prior to the W.TC Gravely. Sidney Hellard has moved his present one, was that the property family from the section house in owuers was to build their own to one of the Lumber Co. houser, walks, and how this poor man FOR FLETCHER'S 1 Mrs. R. L. Mattmgly and Utile could conceive an idea that the " IA 5A daughter, Ruby, are visiting her sister, Mrs. Robert McClure. . A. M Hiatt, cashier of the Citizens " Bank of Brodhead, was wiih C C Howell ..the restaurant man here oundav. A. H. Hamlin, of Maretbnrg, . e was here Sunday. Mrs and little daugl ter lartiu relatives at Ruffian J. vlrs. Joseph Mink, of Richmond, was here Frfday enroute to Brud-uea- d E. J to visit relatives Audesson was in Wildie Sunday NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE 1 Uucl George Pope is still on s- hi Corsettte s:ck list and is very feeble k be dressed when you get in f. M. Dees has purchased igo Ilia' i J acres of land on Piney Branch, foundation Stetson one of these new ; Price not forgood torn John Magee. I Monarch or Magruder was in knowo R. S. dressing Hardiu L,eba non Junction Friday and a pair of our is running an vlahaffev who xira gang at Covington was here Walk-Ov- er Rev. Duke filled his Sunday. eeular appointment at the Baptist can have-- a very hufch Saturday goods you are wearing-suc- h Mrs. G. D. Cook and daughter, if you Walk-Over-Oxford- s low as these, you Miss Lyda, was called to Jellico, you have the best the newest effect, wKch on account oi me serious niness or lowest possible price Call Mrs. Cook Mrs. John Cook. uncorseted is died Sunday and was taken to and taker a peep our new stock. lit. Vernon and burned beside above the waist and Rememberr we you satisher husband" in the Mt. Vernon IK ALL THE cemetery. Mr. John Cook, her faction money-bac- k are the , husband, , was i killed by a car Spring Styles of dynamite exploding a few years' flexibly Boned .Corago. r Mr. and Mrs. Cook used to live in our town and were well set we liked. R. J. Lemonds is in Louis-- t e ft .. a. I I . LJcane -r- ( nd -- j-- s .... run-hea- d, . .- c G tax-paye- r, m-et- indi-Verno- n sj-an- Ve-no- n s. b-ar- d s, five-sixth- tax-paye- rs d d. s, 1 bt - bi-lu- Warner's and Moderately High Rust Proof I Corsets Long Skirts A HAPPY EASTER HlIlllllll9(il ifBeiiii FOR YOU IF YOU BUY YOUR Clothing Here i. Children Cry R t "Bust" jfamer's hr It takes more than one thing to make a man happy, for every single garment that goes from our House is GUARANTEED to wear tn your satisfaction. You'll up G-o- a.c-visitm- g BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made fromRoyalGrapeCreamofTartar ROYAL I G I SUITS a National HAT, SHIRT V You Bust Shoes OXFORDS FOR want, When and-Suu- day. know 1 almost at the at Guarartee Men, Women WARNER'S know or most New Children at They lare the only Guaranteed JvUle .. Price 50 c to $5v -- y lwmLWJL - 'M tS 1 .J.-.5t V,. r c 3k C? mL.,. . JtSMHBL,' W?r? . '- . " ;. .. - '- and W. M. Preston was iu Louisi ville tatter part of last week. Missr Cleo Pennington, who is attending! school al''Mt. Vernon was withii ho. Be, folks Sunday. Mr. and Mrs J J.'NiortY.offMtj Vernon.'was in pur to,w WcdMfiday. Attorney. here btween L'W.Tilwwi- - w . thisweek. J- - A. Childress? Noc& Davis ? X ? - ' ;t t . -r - ir , ,, f v.y vV-- f y Ml "?- - cd flS i ; f X. 5. V - . -- . . - , i5Srwu. v - D IT- - n F I -- f, , i sL- - - - ( ' r I v-- . OkD HICKORY CJJJPS, a.It looks like a renomjqq'tion for Taft in June and a crushing defeat Friday, Mch 29. 19 12 by the Democratic Nominee in Executive Board of the Rockcastle November. Mr. Roosevelt now mentions Published every Friday by Association will meet '"mv proposals". These are doubt EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. with the Pine Hill Baptist Church at PineEillj Ky., March 30 and 31, successors to "my policies." 191?. when the following program will becarried out. The peace treaties now.look like The meeting will be called to order by the chairman at 1:30 p.m. on $I.OO Doc Cook's North Pole story after UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Peary got through with it SATURDAY MARCH 30TH Mrr Bryan is also for the recall t made known on Advertising rates of judges, but this does not make I Devotional Exercises by Rev. L. D. Gooch and Jas. Barnes. application it unanimous. 2 Roll Call of Churches, and Report. Shall we now proceed to watch 3 Discussion: What Do Baptists Teach Regarding Sin, It's Consequences ? Orisrin, Power-anCongress on to the Baseball trust's MEMBER OF , By Rev. T. C. Duke and Rev. L; D. Goo'cli. curves? KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Prayer Meeting." The Importance of the Mid-weeOur own weather is Rev. A. J. Pike and Rev. C. K. Carmical. but in China they are having a Prayer Meeting, Best Methods of Maintaining the Mid-weereign of terror. Rev. Jas. Cummins, S. B. McClure, Rev. Huey Ponder. At Indianapolis they will now Lecture. 6 p. m. Rev. A. J. Pike. Subject: What Is a proceed to the sifting down of all Christian ? of these bomb rumors. When we read a dispatch from SUNDAY, MARCH 31SJ favorite came 8:30 a.m. Conference of Pastors and Laymen. Juarez that "the Ky., March 25. Lexington, home in front today," we can't Leaving here over the Chesapeake 9.00 a.m. WhatAre the Weaknesses of Our Association? Rev. G. W. Martin, C. K. Carmical, & Ohio railroad this morning and tell whether it refers fo a race Rev. Jas. Barnes, and A. - Pike. for four horse or one of those retreating continuing on a journey revolutionary generals. weeks, covering seventy of the Duke, d reform govern 10:30 a m. Lecture: What Is Scriptural Baptism? Rev.T.C. leading agricultural counties of Those Adjournment for dinner. the State, the biggest argicultural ors who got the Colonel in thih 12.00 m. train ever run in any State South fix are in danger ot going down in 1:30 p.m. Discussion of Plans for successfull Sunday School work S. B. McClure, L. D. Gooch, of the Ohio river started on its history as the seven Sutherland Rev. Jas. Cummins, and Rev. Phelps. long educational journey and re- brothers. 2:30 p.m. Should the Church Control the Sunday School? if so why? turning will roll into the Union "The Kentucky legislature Rev. fluey Ponder, T. P. E. Drummond, depot at 5:20 p. m. on the atternoon a lot of persons by selecting Rev. James Barnes, and James Cummins. of Tuesday, April 23. blue grass as the official flowe r of adjournment-A- ll The pt'rpose for which the train the state, instead of rye", opines 3:00 p.m. General Talks, singing and is being run and of those who the Pittsburgh churches urged Lo send messengers and $1. for expenses. Gazette Times. will compose the personnel of the Or mint? T. W. Hilton, party of lecturers and instructors S. B. McClure, Executive Board It takes a man of originality to hR. L. Smith. aboard is to instruct the people at pose as a successful liar. . L Smith, Clerk. R-the most important stopping points It makes a girl awfully ashamed S. B. McClure, Secretry. along the line of travel in modern to let a man liss her witnout fust methods of agriculture, Sive stock putting up some sort of a bluff and poultry pioduction, domestic Chicago reports the marriage science and in the knowledge of Now, of Miss Annie Rooney. fertility. soils fertilizers and "When you feel dull, out of sorts, discouraged, boys dpn't all start whistling at Kight cars compose the train. half sick and everything seems to be going wrong; you can blame It on your liver. It la by once. On Saturday it was inspected torplJ. You need In the matter of putting train Commissioner of Agriculture J. W. Newman and was found to be robbers out of commission ExIn the live press Messenger Trousdale is ex: 1 first class shape. btock car are two cows, two hogs, prsssly the most conspicious suctwo sheep and a flock of poultry. cess of the jiay. A Medicine of Power in This car will be next to a flat car AH Liver Disorders. Chairman Lovett of the Union which will be specially airanged Pacific Railroad says, that there system, When the liver Is torpid, it throws impurities Into-lh- o which hamper every organ in the body. The result Is that func'demonstration work. for is a general feeling of prosperity in tional processes are not properly carried on. Impurities get into Mt. Sterleng was the first stop. the air." Most of us, however, the blood, tho stomach is bilious, the kidneys weak and the bowels Irregular generally constipated. Ilerbine clears out The train is under the supervis would rather it was of the earth impurities, opens up the obstructed channels, strengthens ion of T. R. Bryant, superintend- earthly. the torpid liver, cleanses the blood, purifies and regulates the bowels." After the 'system has been thus, overhauled, there is an ent of the extension bureau ot the "Widows rush in where j'oung immedlato improvement. Appetite returns, digestion is good, fto PresiCollege of Agiicuiture, and spirits rise, the mind clears of Bloomy forebodings and everything looks bright and cheerful, which means, sound, healthy conditions dent H. S. Barker, of tbeTuniversity girls tear to tread.'' Observes the everywhere In the body. Chicago News. Quite the Con Director M. A. JScovell. of the Price 50c per Bottle. Experiment Station, and College traryl ST. LOWS, HO. F80PRKT0B JAMES F. MllAM) towards Mexico's attitude of Agriculture and State Secretary To cure Smarting Eyeballs, Sore Eym or Weak Sight, uae American cttizens is evident!' to of Agriculture J. W. Newman. In charge of the dairy dernoLstra-lio- n be the means of that country's Rvl v3WW3MHHMW. nAun is Prof. J. J. Hooper, assisted losing its most valuable and ener by Prof. A. J. Reed, Prof. Geo. getic residents. Roberts has charge of the gronomy "However great the .demand car, assisted by Prof. Joseph E. for Colonel Roosevelt may become, CINCINNATI, 0., CHICAGO, ILL, Wing, of Ohio, the noted it will never be- - greater than the COLUMBUS, 0., CLEVELAND, 0., lecturer; the horticultural supply," observes the Washington TOLEDO, 0., DETROIT, MICH., car is under the supervision of Star. Very, very true. AND ALL POINTS NORTH. Prof. C. W. Mathews, assisted by Senator Raynor is-- not going to G. H. Smith, of the Eastern Prof. CHATTANOOGA, TENN., BIRMINGHAM, ALA., ATLANTA, GA., Kentucky Normal School at Rich- let anybody oust him from his JACKSONVILLE, FLA., place as the ''Cato" to Roosevelt GALVESTON, TEX., DALLAS, TEX., mond; MissAubvn China, of Stale SHREVEP0RT, LA., Caesar. NEW ORLEANS, LA., KN0XVILLE, TENN., Uuiversity, has charge of the doAND ALL POINTS SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST.' mestic science car, and is assisted Why shouldn't Mr. Roosevelt by Miss Knowles, of Iowa, and hold up Wall street? Wall street all points North, East, South and West rUShed teachers from the Eastern Ken- held him up. VIA THE THROUGH CAR SERVICE OF THE tucky Normal School at Richmond Both Taft and Roosevelt propose QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. and the Western Kentucky Normal to use the "steam roller to E. FOR FARES AND ALL OTHER INFORMATION, CALL ON OR WRITE at Bowling Green, while Prof. present much of an obstacle to S. Good, is in. charge of the live grand old Democracy. H. C. KINO, Passenger and Ticket Agenf, 101 St, - - LEXINGTON, KY. CINCINNATI, OHIO. V. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, by Prof. J. J. stock car, assisted One disquieting about alj these Hooper. straw votes is that they may, afford an excuse for raising the price of THE MAINE'S DEAD. hats next summer. More than fourteen years after YOU do not run your buggy, automobile or Meanwhile, where is "Doc" they w int to their death at their Cook? other machinery till it squeaks and griuds What does be think about and cuts itself to pieces. You clean and oil it post of duty in Havana harbor, this South Pole business. often. fitting sepulcher has been gien to You should be as caretul of your watch. It sixtv-thre- e unidentified bodies of NINETEEN MILES A RECOND is small and light and can not speak loud when the Maine's crew. They are now without a jar, shock or distui nance it is dry and needs cleaning and oiling so itbe-U at rest in the soil reserved by the is the awful speed of our earth liable to cut and wear and need attention We wonder at No" through space. its hero dead. nation for fore you know it. You may not know it till such ease of nature's movemtnt, the watch is completely ruined and stops. honor was omitted from the act ol and so do those who take Dr. Bring your watch to us and let us examine The men who their interment. King's New L'fe Pills. No it with our strong glass to see its condition have lam. as it seemed forgotten griping, no . digress just threu.n accuf ately. We will show .you and explain since that February night in i898 work that brings good hea'tu a.pd the exact condition. have been brought home at last to fine feelings. 25c. at C. C Davis" and adjusted Eery watqh should be thoroughly cleaned and a country which by their death nee in each year. Take proper care of your watcn ana it win iasi has been transformed from an vou a lifetime. Cousult us on all WATCH DISEASES. isolated people into a World years it Power. In those fourteen has been busied with many and new problems iu the exercise ol friendly protectorates, the of colonial possessWe have had seventy yews ions and the subtleties of Eastern of experience with Ayex's politics. Cherry Pectoral. Th:Js . It has grown to think and to makes us have great con ft--. world terms. .speak in dence in it for coughs, coles, It is good to know that, despite bronchitis, weak throats, at id Ky B intoxication of this new exthe weak lungs. We want perience", it has not wholly lost to have confidence in it, as COMPLETE LINE the simple virtue of remembering well. Ask your own doctor reverently such as have served it what experience he has h id CDffins, Caskelmmd Robes. - faithfully. Iuisville Times. with He knows. Kep All Mail,' Telegraph oivTele in close touch .with him. .. phone, orders Promptly "Of course, Baltimore is going One of Ayr' Pill at s4tlm vUl cum Filled; V to pick something good out of the as iacvM.fi. flaw of bile and prdicVa Democratic convention," gentle Itxativttlhct tbe 4ar hmtewiat - jSTV national -4 tarmmuL eca wx. sot-says a headliner. Of course; some dectr. He will Ha4trttandt a Dot. m pill. at k4timet fort . . tbjsg very gooda wianer. DoqeSgJI: e. -- co.. tmnu. u tr ' Jim i ,1rtt&- MT. VERNON SIGNAL P R 6 hK & r fi3 - m 'If I 5- -. H ITS Vt" J - The FURNITURE Is it Furniture you want? d How about a nice Rug ? Do you need a Table of any kind or description ? bad-snou- k k Remember we have the nicest and best rockers in the town. - T- HARDWARE it us Js long-haire- and money saved to buy your Hardware form We also ' carry a line of Hardware ha-foole- d S. B. McKenzie Events will show whether the new nationalist party has been waste-baske- ted or only pigeonholed. HERBINE The latest Republican joke is that siam wants a republic. AN UNVARYING CASTOR for Bears the Signature of Infants and Children. IA STORY all-the- se The Kind You Have Always Bought The majority of our pat- " gV, iLayZj'CCCCA44 r rons tell an unvarying story drr-iw.ryrtn- m agri-cikur- al AND OTHERS You can use Bucklen's Arnica Salve to cure children of eczema. rashes, tetter, chahngs, scaly and crusted humors, as well as their accidental injuries, cuts burns, bruises, etc., with perfect salety. Nothing else heals so quickly. For boilsulcers, old running or fever sores or piles it has no equal. 25cts at Chas. C. Davis' TO MOTHERS of satisfaction regarding our banking accomodations And this impels us to suggest that you also would be pleased with our service. PEOPLE'S BANK CONN BROWN A. B. FURNISH h Brown-FurnisI.'! We I)) s do a ?eaeral Real Estate buainasa; handle town and farm property, do abstracting and pass on titles. If you want to sell list your prop-wit- h us; if you want to buy we can save you money. Realty Co. Mt. Vernon, Ky. W. G BAKER, President. F. L.THOMPSON,;.Jr., Cashier. CLAUDE C, COX, Asst. Cashier. .... $3&SP 3cqSeC.3KpCX DON'T ABUSE YOUR WATCH" JONAS Mckenzie KEEP AN EYE ON THIS SPACE WEEK, where you wil always find listed the best of goods, which are sold for a fair margain of profit Goods , bought fight and soldjright are the kind of - g;oodsthat it always pays to buy Our Motro has always been to give - to our customers tthe Jvery best goods possible for the money. Thanking my customers for the patronage in the past and asking a continuance in the future, I am V Yours very truly, -"- re-oil- ed 7 Yaears FRANK MOORE withCoughs $X&e&X$m 36XX33X3?X rod head -- GRANVILLE 9WENS L UNDERTAKER -- -- yi it i .."' ' :xx rz t.-'- T S --AC- i. ' ,V J "1 M, til , - 1 S ittMiBk iQik -'- : JONAS McKENZIE, Mt. Vernon, Ky - - i' , mi iilii ' it - '' - unMnfl ; i ? t Cad of Thanks. For the many kint words and deeds of Rome Graves sympatlfcing friends "in the loss of Mt Vernon Ky. Mch 29, 1912 Mch. 20 3t Wabd our dear baby, we express our Dont fail to be on hand sincere thanks. Call tin No. jo you waattoCommunl Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Albright. tomorrow to see the agricultural aate wixn oiunAi vm train. Mt. Vernon is the only Changes Hands: The Southern stop in the county. restaurant has changed, hands, Mrs. Charlotte Jarret, of Aztec, Two farms for sale. For further becoming the new proprietress n formation apply to, She has taken charge of it and C. H. Frith, will conduct it in a first class Louisville & Nihvii,lc R. R.Co. Feb. 23 4. Brodhead, Kv. manner. Mrs. Jarrett, who is the I have just returned from the mother of Mrs. George Te s, of TIME TABLE. cit, with n:v spring hats, and will this city, removes to this, city with 4.46 pm 22 ucrtn my opening April. 3 and .4 an excellent reputation of Setting 24 nortn 3:53 a m have ;J3 south 11:38 a m Come and get yrnr hats for Easter, a fine table ana putting up eood Mrs Hendrickson. lunches, and ber coming is looked 21 South 12:19 am " i upon as an added leature to the PT tTn WiTAnT? If tT"v? Jas. Landrum, Agent. rvr j.t.ajua lounnw ivnua.- -- L. 6 ' city. Duraugo (Colo.) Democrat. Phone No. 58. a setting of 15 5octs. Ple.ise give Rev. George S. Watson was in days notice so as to have all Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice 3 Cincinnati last week attending fresh eggs on hand. mail matter. as second-clas- s The World. This is the third time J. M Evans, J be Worid, a great exhibition pf Mch. 29 7t. Langford Ky. PERSONAL cery custom, habit, religions etc , ' W. G. Hysinger has two very ot people ot every country and The communion ot the Lord's elck children. supDer will be celebrated at ihe nationality . has ever been present ' John Robins was up from Brod-hea- d Presbyterian church Sunday morn- - ed. Once in London, last year in Saturday. ing. Sermon sub ject: "Final Boston and this year at Cincinnati. A. N. Cromer was up from Lin- States of the Righteous and the1 Next year it will be held at At Wtckeri." A preparatory service ,ianta. Kev.- watson gaveaveiy coln first of ihe week. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Nicelev were will be held on Saturday. Sunday luteresting talk at the Presbyterian evening service at 7 o'clock. Every church Sunday night ou The s in Livingston Wednesday. body welcome. World, which is a missionary work Born to the wife of Ed Deatber-ag- e and i being presented ju hjs ou the 28th. a fine boy. The C. W B. M. will meet with country '" I I I for puipose ol bringing Rice, is hete from Mrs. W. J. Sparks next Wednes- before the people of America conMrs. Georgia Colorado for a visit to homeiolks. day atterroon at three o'clock. ditions as they are, not only hi Mrs. M. J. Miller Jr., spent the The following program will be tne loretgn neld, but in our own latter part of last week in the city. rendered. couufry. Qne of the episodes Subject India. &Jjss Ethel Baker, of London, is presented in the Pagtaat deals Devotional Exercise Mrs. Lovell vvitu Her aunt, Mrs. E. S. Albright. with our-owNorth West. The Country and People of India VVorld will close about April ioth Mrs. John Ramsey, who has Mrs. Beazley been o very aick is some better Helps and Hindrances to Christi- and e?erv one who can should avail themselves ot the opportunity Alty.. and Mrs. J. W. Brown anity Mrs. Ballard to witness this great exhibition ol contemplate a visit to lexas in Zenana Work coulront the Mrs. Lewis conditions which GUARANTEED great Missionary wJrk! IB May. W. B M. in India Work of C To be ' all wool To wear to'yovr returned JtJiy? Rose McCoid has Mrs, Bowman ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FAIR 4J satisfaction. Mrs. Charles C. Davis from a pleasant weeks stay in Stpry ASSOCIATION. ?2 jiuScsa.'eacatSBastentr incinuati. Song, India, Sad India The Capital stock in the RockMrs. C. C. Williams Judge J. T. Adams has returned Quiz castle County Fair Association Mrs. Delia Gentry Irom Lebanon Iufirmery slightly Prayer is not to be increased. Brodhead improved Our joys of last week, are To those wishing to purchase shares Hon. E. B Thompson and Judge "In said association we desire to spy sorrows now. Our darliug bab L. W. Beiburum were in Harlan Charles Edgar Albright, which we haveno more stock tor r&le at dur'ng the week. was born on the 18 h.. and for any price. The authorized capital stock was hirs Mollie Miller will leaw soon eight days seemed to be so perfect for MyVttc. Kv.. to visit her sister. in health was taken suddenly ill never fully .paid in, was the reason S VV Ddt'i's. Mi Wednesday morning and in If sj a few shares were offered for sale. Ir. Lie Chestnut has moed to than three hours the little spirit, The premium list f ir-t- coming IIE3hHIHBhh9!IHPR and" hi" new" residence recently erected of that new life and light of our season, will on VillUms street. happy little household, bad re- a copy mailed all .our patrons. Want you to orcpare for t'-- s J. L. Hasty and son, big farmers turned to the God who gave it of the West end were in town Only those who have experienced coming exibltion which .promises far-- the best ever given. to be-byesterday on business. such can in any way sympathiz-fo- r Goj.PEN Seal: If you have , Watch the columns of tins taper from they know not what it means. Judge J. R. Cook was here any Golden Seal (Yellow Roo) for and we will tell you of special atSomerset Tuesday to attend the The little form was laid to rest in; tractions, which will be ot interest sale, or expect to collect the wild the London Cemetery yesterday burial of Mrs. Laviua Cook. to eyery one in this anJ adjoining rcots during the season, write me who accompanied tlv man, Tho. as I waut several hundred thousW. K. Givens, the insurance counties, and lor planting purposes.-Addre- ss was here ibis week, and as usual remains were Miss Claudia Didson S. Watson, Mr. arc' placed several nice policies. J. W. Sears, HANSFORD. Mrs. S. P. Snwder and Mr A B P. O. Box 563, Somerset, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham and A short prayer and Furnish. Mrs, J. W. French and children March 22 41. little son, Austin Spancs, were in by Rev. W.itson at the spent benedictfon Brodhead Saturday and Sunday. last Monday with Mrs.- - Rob- , Farm for Sale: Containing J grave were the onlv services ert Drian. John Evans, Mr. acd 200 acres with a fave -- 00m house, Miss George Cook and sister, Mrs. Gentry Evans spent last Sijq About half of farm in cultivation Sallie, and Miss Clyde Lear have The retnaift's'of Mrs. lohn M day with Mr. Sarah Kirby. Mrs. the balance in timber,. This land Mrs. G. M. Uook, who died been with Mr. and at Jellico Sunday, Nancy Dyer, of thi- place moved lays' well aud is we'l watered with Ballard since Tuesday. were brought here Tuesday and We regret to learn that Prof. interred in El.mwood cemetery after to Pongo last Monday. Miss Iucv branches'and well". A good stock Houston will not be with the funeral services at "the Christian Mink and little sister, of Level farm adjoining the town of Brod Graded school next year, having Church. Mrs. Cook has sqffered Green, visited Mrs. J. W. French head. Will sell worth the money. last week. Willie Bradley and Terms to suit purchaser. accepted the principalship of the from a "complication of diseases family, of Bloss, moved in this Mrs. Linda Benton Graded school at Sbelbyville. since the death of ber husband in part last week. . Brodhead, Ky. Arthur Wallin, of Columbus, the Jellico explosion in. She M. G. Kirby and little son. Basil Ohio, and Egbert Wallen. ot Brod- was the true type of a Christian Sunday with Mrs S.irah QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. head, were with their sisters, Mrs woman and numbered her friends spejt Mrs. Lee Kirby. Doan and Reduced Fares to Cincinnati'and Alice Tate and Mrs. J. P. Griffin, by those who knew her. The children have been visiting 'her return account "World in CinSaturday. funeral services was conducted by mother, Mrs. J. W. Builock for the cinnati," a MISSIONARY EXW. S. Harkness, Pat Muldoon, the Rev. R. G; Shearer, of Tellico. past two weeks. The singing at POSITION of interest to all. Rev. and Mrs. R. G Shearer, She leaves fou.rsonB, George, Jesse, this place is progressing nicely. Tickets on sale March 11 to 13, Misses Effie Lacke, Nora Trout Will and James, and one daughter, Mrs. Lula Qalhoon is v siting rela inclurive; 18 to 30, inclusive, 25 man and Nell Preston, ot Jellico, Miss Sallie, besides one brother, tives at Livingston. Mrs, John 1027, inclusive, and Apiil 1 to 3, Mrs: Wm. Samuels, of Corbin. J Tack Longford, and five sisters, McKinney has been very sick foi inclusive, good returning, within R. Cook, of Somerset and George Mesdamea James H. Coffey, John the pasUwe.ek.. Mrs. Mary Bui four days including date of sale. Cook and Famil, of Livingston, H. Cnffoy. Mason Anglin and lock aud children spent last Sat Apply to nearest Ticket Agent, were here Tuesday to attend the Misses Queenie and Nancy Ann urday and Sunday with her parents Queen & Cresent Route, for full r.angfoid, all of this county. funeral of Mrs J. M. Cook. Mr. and Mrs D B. Bnor.- - Dr. information. C. Price was" in this urt Mon The Republican? of Rockcastle G. ' ForSaCe: made Barran spent SunLOCAL Countv are called to meet in Mass dav. Miss Ida spring wagon, built lor rough roadi "' 'Convention at one o'clockp in. day with Sarah Payne. The Holy and hard service, forsale at bargain W H. Baker has hejjun work on Mc on the 6th day of April 1912 in the Roller held services at W. A Address the addition to his hoiel.-- ' Kinneys last Sunday night at W. if..taken at cn'e, court horuseat Mt. Vernon, for the --v L P. Cook. H. Graves Saturday night and '' If its furniture you want see S. purpose of selecting delegates to Sunday' Carriage maker. at John Nichols and SunB. McKenzie the furniture man attend the State Convention which Mch. Mawood, Ky. will be held in Louisville, Ky., day night at Andrew McKinueys. Watch Fish's window for new April 10. 1912, the object of said Several say they have received the A TEXAS WO Holy. Ghost. Some things for men and boys to wear. State Convention being set out in baptism of the The Texas Wonder cures kidney a new way Also delegates people have We understand that there has the official call. and bladder troubles, removing the Lord bat the old way is good been ome bitch, and the deal for will be selected to attend the Conenough for me.Mr, , and Mrs. gravel, cures diabets, weak and tbe-R- . A. Sparks property lor the vention of the Eichth District. lame backs, rheumatism and al which will be held April gth. 1912 Gentry Bvans - are thinking of Welch-Morroschool is off. We re- irregularities ot the kidneys ana at one o'clock p. tn., at Shelby ville moving to Mt- Vernon Rejin We trust our correspondents Ky., which convention will elect gret very much to give np such, in b'oty men and women. lates bladder troubles in cbibren who have been contributing two delegates and two alternates good neighbors. If not sold by your druggist, wil from different places throughout to attend the National Convention Follow the.crowd to Josh's for be .sect by mail on. receipt o the county will keep - up the of the Republican Party,, to be held good clothes. $1.00.. Ouefmall bottle in twt good work. We want the news in Chicago, 111., June 18, i9r2, and months treatment, and seldom When you have rheumatism in for the further purpose of electing and the people want to read it. Send fdi a Member of the State Cen'ral VOur fot or instep apply Chamber- - fails to perfect a cure. .111 l IniHA I . from his and othei FARMERS y" win gei Committee for ihe Eighth Con """ it costs but a tat.es. ,Dr. E'. 'w. Hall, 921. Agricultural gressional District and to nominate qnicK reiier. Remember the quartei. Why Suffer? For sale 01ivestieeI;Xouis, Mo. Sold bn Special tomorrow, (Saturday) a candidate tor Jllectcr. Also at bv Chas. O Davis " ."' .dtuggist, ' s morning at Mt. Ven on, tv o Aid Mass Convention, members of " hours from 9 to nonly. Thisis Connty CommittHP wni be eler'ed. Cry. Clniidirrk free vahitbie information for you. ;U,g.:ba3kV FORFLETCHEr$ FlETCHER'Sf Don't raiss.it j j Chairman. . MT. YLRNON SIGNAL G'S -- ? -- - "- S. C Red Leghorn eggs oT 15 at 5ucu per setting eggs 79 t79 r JJSfe Of April 7 is Easter Sunday That's one day in the year when all Any Leather or Stylo S3. 50 and $4. Pb-E-f men and women, young women, young me n and boys want to come out in their we want YOU to know that this store is the place to come for J. h -- vm. 1 NEW CLOTHES and EVERYTHING NEW ar. - I ll For My tf ub 1M J I 5 For Men, Young Man and Boys to Wear. Along with these good .thing, for men and young men we are showing Spnip mighty pretty Styles in I lYA Drew Shoes for Women and TesTedd School Shoes for BOYS AND GIRLS "We n Look at the insides of the boys suits we sell. Any one of them will show you just why it is rightly named G&&Zy&fcrL, Rip it open, take a peep at it's thorough construction. You will find it "wear proof" indeed, Extra care where the strain comes buttons sewed tight, honestly made through and through. Our spring suits are great. Every good style in ail the nESwrn want you to see these truly Good Shoes Let us help you select your SPRING SUIT and tin "Fixings" you njed now and you will be better "Fixed" for Easter and you'll SAVE LOOK A FEW DOLLARS SIGN OF FOR THE THE FISH K, new fabrics and colors is represented in our stock -- there's a big assortment to select from. e&Zf&a&CTL, Suits the good kind Sizes, From 18 Down. he soon-be-complei- THE ONLY CLOTHING STORE IN TOWN Prices, All Color S2 and Up I y ... .... ... ...... ............ ......... ................ ... VVVVVVVVVWWVVwVVBVs1vv D -- o9 9 9 ..; ! Ml Rev-Georg- e Ovinaston's 8i q Store S ..39 ..093 tSS S3 - Sff a.. ( the coming of the With Spring we OS e9 9 ei a 9c e(- 19-56- . know that every lady will want a nice new suit, and we are prepared to show you the greatest y as a 30 OS ( S8 . A3 as . 9 O A et, - -- A. ( Oue-newhan- d - values and styles ever shown in this country. request We earn-estleveryone to visit our store as quichly as possible and examine our MammothStockof Goods LIVINGSTON, KY, 99 S9 -- 'ie'j a 99 9 9 9 99 99 99 99 99 99 .' at t 22-4- t. A. H. HAMLIN tiiritt V -- of-servi- w -- '9 ilt (. 9M999999999999999S99999999999999999999999J999999999999999999989 . 9 99 -- -- i...A "" -- -- H why a There 2od should hangar for weeks and t wjll not if you take Chamber 'ain's Cough Remedy. Fof sale by Chas. C. Davis. y If yon have trouble in getting-iof your cold you may know that yon are not treating it. properly .. PNEUMONIA left mo with a frightful-cough '. aw 99 99 99 90 99 99 99 99 a9 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 9 99 9C -- -- -- Chlldrn . 4 ,r.v. - - r ' p" - , CASTO'RIA -- V "S a. ". m JSA . t CASTORJA $ Ji .22 4 iaHrf-jn-- jm - bry i XgSi& TYglllXiTlNGaad TELEGRAPHY tfliLRw HiimFlliH SINESICMLEIE VnflarB IB la, ul girrwmk IwamU iMw Xr. tmtnnm- - i.?WV t banking . BOOKKEEPING and very weak. I had spells when I could hardlT breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could nothelp ma, but 1 was completely carea Dy DR. KING'S New Discovery Jtfrr. J.JE. Cox, Jolfet,lU. Do you know that of nil the minor ailments colds are by far the most dangerous?? It is not the cold itself tbaton need to fear, but the serirns diseases that it often leads to. Most of these are Pneuknown as germ, diseases. consumption monia and are Why not take among th m. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and cure ycur co'd whiJf vou can? For sale by Chas, C. Davis. . bmt9; iB(mrn HnwstB'a WUUSVM .. 1 r. . jm L.Jr , - , a r - . iukiXb. rj- ava. k. . 'jj , jtrt rlmtiur MM Tftrncr. HVAitoranw. B. Mnn,MIM9M,9. V Bb , Ch.idran Cry WeAtJ1.iAIALL MUMWn. I , r daBb. , .- . , ataa wmmm - V. mr i -i- ni-i aa ii aaa CASTORIA J FOR FLETCHER'S ' J -- 4 , Ji- s J. '- -- 1 .W"C J rygzf jujjm? iGLt6,fiixem u?j ROCKET PEAVINE. WILDIE. The fine combination stallion, THE PAGEANT TO Mrs. Myrtle Tharp, of Winston Mflsfliilio Dangerous?, Rocket Peavine, will make the AwiiiA " iia viwuug ireiauves ana inenasac XXI V HIV i . . .,:ui dorms of diseases, spreads season of 1912 at the stable of The fly, with spongy feet, ccUecu i cholcra. The mosqutto wifa Roy Bpazley in Mt Vernon, at 4Rltbis Place- - Sallie Steward, who us mtnp The bacterfl, 0 comump- tnem over our food and poisons in school at Mt. Vernon spent eliov d $10. toi sure a living colt. Money its bite injects into our veins last week with home folks. She . " 7 Hon, or gnp, arc is our protection, u and due when colt is foaled, mare d Qff artels v h tvhich flows through our veins . ,, . j;;ne flnd allerativo - parted with or bred to another Historic Feature of "World in was accompanied home by one i ond white blood uk gotten seal.. Golden of her school mates, Ina McCoy. germs. Dr. Pierce's alcohol, a exjract of bloodroot,t,.. - t, . .r ,:hnnf -- :nved a horse. Due care taken to preCincinnati" to be ImpresDr. Gibson was down from root, mandrake ana stone SSTZ2 r'ootroueen's vent accident but not responsible good blood influence-t- he Richmond first of the week to sive and Instructive. VoaJY, ukoSature's the blood -t- bo should any occur. fluenceof .see Mrs. Tom Fillbeckwho is very m the Pivnd tj -- "' -, I MDFPTAPIII 1 s!BBBBB$iIitt3BkB3iit Children Cry for Fletcher's "ceric u- jrg. V is bathed vital fires o the ectivity consume during the winter, Xbcut f ory rnd fever. X bum briihter and their Increased accamulttted -- Ivans. . ..- j Tv.ntnT nnn pveryuiuiB Discovery aUverusea.. i. .. fever rcwmoi. w Finally I af tcrwar In about a year never one oottlc of it bottle and have years 1 at feltthc-- i all of twenty is before I started to take 'Go! ryiS.Tch1lsf licdical Discovery.'" s ffiS. aftwe in Newark -- L'flu jST 'lcreincBat TeS h-- . M- - MaCUCE, ESQ. Z)r. Pierce's Plsaaent Pellets are tor Jlrer ills. Rocket Peavine is a beautiful bay, I OUTLINE OFTHE FIVE EPISODES full 16 hands high with the very I best of feet and lugs, is a norse of fine style and acton, both under Many of the Thrilling and Dramatic saddle and in harness. Has the Incidents of the History of Misby sions Will Be best disposit'on of any stalion I Players at Exposition. ever saw. Can rack or trot a .hree minute clip, Will be pre- - 'The Pageant qt Darkness and Light the med for the fairs after the rs to begreat most spectacular feature )f the Missionary Exposition, pur-jos- Description and Pedigree. lir wl il flL W iW m wW J 1 !l lil-d" f mil & Yesterday To-morro- w TO-DAY u-w Tc-da- y eason closes.. The World in Cincinnati," at Music e March 9 to April 6. The by Sired by Tom Peaiae,he of the pageant is to set forth the Infact 2:05, by Electioneer 2:26, ;reat historical events of missionary the sire of 166 colts, iffort )n an instructive and inspiring with-records below 2:30. vay. ouly a vision, YESTERDAY i but a dream, well lived makes uvery yebterday a dream of hap-- i but h and every a vibion uf hope. Therefore to day bring your account to Hot yeat Td.--y jior to-da- THE pro-p2rity- B ANTIC-- OF MT. VERNON Tom Peavine, first dam was by Peavine and was the dam of the 's great Rex Peavine. Rocket dam was Mollie 12i7, by Denmark, he by Rattler, he Pat y Vernon Black Hawk. Second Dam by Walker's Grey Pea-vine- Thi n our Lope is that all your nione3's will bring you happi-- n . and all 3'our recollections of yesterclav will s, iunl IrrinL' .vu Trent satisfacticn and all your dealings and relations will; his Hank will bring ou great prosperity. THL SANK OF MT.VERNON, CC W1UI MS, President. KENTUCKY W. h. RICHARDS, Cashier. T. VERNON It will be probably the greatest spectacular presentation Cincinnati has aver seen. In four of the five episodes, 'rom 150 to 200 people will be on the jlatform. More than 3,000 persons, olunteers, are being trained for the Pageant. There will be 1,500 in the ;rand choir alone and another 1,500 or the platform are to serve in relays jn different days. More than l.uuu Jidgie. children will take part also. The cosThird Datn by Stonewall Jack tumes and splendid scenery used at the first presentation of the Pageant .n in London, England, have been brought Fourth Dam by Copperbottom. to Cincinnati for its production. The five scenes which constitute the j.S. LANGFORD, Pageant may tie briefly summarized as Mts- - ow. Mrs. Dewy Coffey is very ;ick at this writing. Albert Rey. nolds remains about the same. lr. Herchel Hagen has aeturned no me after several weeks visit with bis uncle, B. B. Hagan. .vlerrias Phillips und Alfred Wood was with home folks, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gil oert Daily was down from Conway first of the week, the guest ot lrs. Daily's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Coffey. Mr. Tom Branamau's children have the whooping cough. -- The Kind You Have Alwayj Bought, and which, has been in use for over .80 years, has borne the signature of and has been, made under his per-sonal supervision since its infancy. jWy' are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooExperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. J, goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neitliei. Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA What is substitute for astor Castoria is a harmless Oil, Pare- State of Ohio, City of Toledo I Lucas Couuty ) ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath .hat he ii senior" partner of the irm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doin jusiness in the ' City of Toledo bounty and State aforesaid, and hat said firm will pay 'the sum ot GENUINE CASTORIA I Bears the Signature of Vernon, Ky. rm :ts irBSBi mnlrfUMBBBk mtiummmm IM ill UTOLOADING SHOTGUN i W 'M !' P GLORIOUS NEWS omes from Dr. J. T. Cuniss, wight. Kan. He writes: "I not i n. ve cured bad case's of eczema n my paiieuts with Electric Bitters out also cuied myself by them of the same disea e. I. leel sure they will bene it any case of eczema" Thissho.vs what thousands have proved, chat Electric Bitters is a most eff ctive blood purifi r. "Its an exce lent remedy tor ec?eraa, tetter, sa't rheum, ulcers, boi's and running sores. It estimates liver, kidneys ind bowels, exn.-l-s t oisons helps digestion, builds up the strength. Prict- - 50 cen,ts. Satisfaction guara teed by Chas. C. Davis. ed every case of Catarrh tha cannot be cure. t the use of Hall's iiairn Cure. Frafk J. Cheney Sworn to before me and sub ioIIows: cribed in my presence, this 6th Episode I. The North. day of December, A D. 1886. The scene represents an Indian cieai) Jl. W. GleaSon, camp In the far Northwest, The chief Notary Public. and his wife are in distress at the loss Hall's Catarrh Cure is taket. of their little daughter, who strayed from the line of march three days ago. nternally, and"acts directly on tht To the camp comes a band of Eskimos ood and mucous surfaces ot tht for trading purposes. The medicinestem. Send for testimonials fre man incites the braves to kill them. F. J. Cheney & Co. Just as they are about to do so a mis Toledo, O. sionary enters. He brings the chiefs- - "Sold by all Druggists. 75c. little daughter, whom he found straying in the woods. Thus he gains the raVe Hall's Family Pills for con chief's good will and a hearing for his stipation. message. Episode II. The South. The scene is in the outskirts of Ujiji, 3ne Hundred Dollars for eacl The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMPANY. T7 MURRAY STRICT. NCW YORK CITY. yT AND ALWAYS ginnr!i(!ninH!Hn(nin!w!!inii!!iini!!!!!iiii!!!!iMiin jKL'. VERNON CpHBT CD. m KIXXV where Livingstone while men y Interesting Facts Regarding Allows five shots in lightning succession or deliberately as desired. Three to get the cripples. 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 I emington;UMChfi. perfect shooting combination. Send for Dcicriptive Folder 1 REMINGTON ARMS-UNIO- N 259 Broadvray, New York City METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. BME9ESPaSBlBEaSEMSMBS2aaZZSaUEa " j-- A- - ij. sst.-- J jft &s ifti"""." M!'ijSnE "gg Mill UIHDEI1TAKB5 m ; m m trii -- - -- .- . .:'n'n .''W'tVI' .&2sj K'C''t&Jitf3 Jbe . Our line of Couch JCaakets iuJ mi -- .t n JI , $wm Sit All ?d&S&gSk& l P& nnovnal lo.l UUVA.VilVU Hand-madCoffinsfurnished spilt, tn nil nnifo nr i..4 ,ji u w, e l "...w FT.-irs- f w v.- - theCountv 1 til m orders by Wire Promptly Filled w. a. L, Phone eox, IA L 94-- S MT. VERNON, KY fBM- - UaKTrrTri -Jn mMTM iIIih j sV IIB I STsW 4i Mil T ' II ITT VIII WSW !iK m l.l.ll', II . JUJ A BL'J 1 . 1 Burns clear and steads to the last drop. For the sake of everyone in the Jaraily, Insist on having "white, Sootless Odor- jess costs no more thaninferlnr tnnlr writrnn kinds. Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer has It In barrels direct Iroir var worKs Smokeless - Solite Lamp Oil mam iiclinery CHAS. C. ra. STOLL OIL CO iniiiUiiii; AnloV OIL MWIVSIIM.t nit at Uarren, Motor Gasoline, IIlth-Grad- o "Xo-Car- b" Des Moines, Iowa. A person purchasing a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough .Remedy has no conception of the magnitude of the laboratory where this medicine is manufactured. The machinery and apparatus used in its preparation was designed especially for tbi purpose and cost several thousand dollars, Europe, South America and the United States supply thevarious ingredients of this remedy ind only the highest obtainable quality is used. No pains or ex pense has been spared in making it as nearly perfect as possible. A force of helpers representing homes enough to populate an average Iowa town are regularly em ployed at the plant of the Chamber lain Medicine Company at Des Moines, Iowa. Their printing de partment, which is usually overlooked in calculating the expens of a business of this kind, ranks a one of the best in the State, and i thoroughly equipped w.thau'omati presses and folders of the latest im provement type. Here enoug! print pap r is used in one year o spread over ten farms of i6o upon which is printed adver tising matter, directions and label.' in twenty-eigh- t different language and dialects. Enough lumber i' used in making the cases in whicl the mediciues are shipped to build 'an eight room house on each 01 these ten farms every three months The bottles used by this firm everj year, which are filled by machinerj at the rate of 2,000 per hour, if placed end to end would reach- auruss me unicea states seven; times or almost encircle the globe -- Laboratory Of Thr berlain Medicine ChamCo., His .ike most children they lreequenth after long journeyingB. are buildingC a mission house take cold. "We have tried seera During mid-darest Livingstone, Is ful cin'ds of cough medicine," he of thoughts of home. A runner comes says, 'but have never found anj panting in with news of the coming yet that did them as much good of a white man. Then Stanley enters. ss Chamberlain's Cough Remedy' He begs Livingstone to return with Per sale by Chas. C. Davis. him. Livingstone's men hang upon Js resting for a John W. Sickelsmith, Greens joro, Pa.,. has three children r ant. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAI rPFCT' ) EMBAUltiR; Mt. Vernon. Ra H gCOUCH METAL1 CCASKETS p Coffins and Robes. Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of "" "Twork for the company. r Hearse sent to all points Orders by wire promptly tilled. his words. "He fs sorely tempted, bui no, he can not go until his work Is done. Episode III The Scene I. is in a city crowd surrounds the house, clamoring for the relatives of a child-wife, c East. in India. A W. T. FRANCIS, S missionaries' return to her whom they . Dentist "tJome and office in the late residence Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old g Office : & s& ! &?SSv. MgJKT ojliju C. C. Mt Vern on, 1 Manner Mt, Vernon Monumental Building PHONE IJ- - H GEORGE OWENS, liaiiiiuiuiiiiiniiii.iiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii nn m MalnSt.,SjMt. Vernon. - Williams, r ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- mmmmM Log Hut In Frontier Scene, in Cincinnati." to collections. ? have been educating. The child flees Phone No. 80. down the street, the relatives follow capture her, andreturn in triumph In Scene II. a native procession is go ing"to a temple. There enters a fu neral procession, Jeading a ycung worn an to the funeral pyre of her husband UHDERTAKER and EMBALMED Just as the pyre is to be lighted th Government official strides in with . proclamation doing away with tht "suttee," as the rite of widow burning MT. VERNON. KY. JfsfOFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor 0 The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church "The Work street. Special attention given Don't Suffer! "I had s 3.O.M0CLARY- been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years writes Mrs. L. FIncher, in a letter from Peavy, Ah., "but I was not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very Lgood health, and able to do all my housework." K" TAKE TJ acre-each- , I The West. a coral beach in Ha vali. Behind is the volcano Kilauea. V wedding group is disporting In the sunshine. The volcano roars. One ecalls the fact that when Pele, the joddess of the lake of fire, is angered she sends her priest to claim victims o appease her wrath. The priest it een on the mountain-side- . He claims he bridegroom, and a child playlnj jnconsciously among the flowers. A le is about to lead them to their doom, Jueen Papiotlani appears- and defies Pele. The priest curses her. She bids, llm lead her to the crater, and, there itter the fashion of Elijah on Carmel --she taunts and, defies the goddess, ind breaks the power of Pele forThe scene 1b -- was called. Episode IV. ARDU I :j WomarftTonic vRHLsHHHSBMHRV'' Sta-itord- , Ky. "enrrpsflll., after r'arrtitt ic en w .w uuu. other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively on the womanly system. It is a medicine 'for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and 'restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. fcvr V.. .,..,. ntnnMai- - iwttv iuu may nuuuw nu; - Writito: Ladies Advisory Dept. Chttanooga Medidne CoCbttaaooca.Teaa book. "Home Treatment for Women, seat tree. J w .Cwfai LuiractaBs. and rc R. Vy DYCHLI in four different processions down the aisles ot the Pageant Hall, forming in a tableaux on the platform around, 'a cross, and all bearing golden palm I MT VERNON, KY- The Final Procession. Office at re idence on Main S! Singing a grand processional, the Crown and Bridge Work great choir, andaU who have taken Specialty Work guaranty Pr1 part in the previous episodes march Jin ever. Episode V. DENTIST CHAS. C. DAVIS K&DC&ye&c y fx K&iriQx&x: 3c&pagx: YOU NEVER REGRET THE COST OF AN ARTICLE IF IT FJ3QVES. SATISFACTORY. branches. The closing chorus Is sung and at a signal from the- - drum's of the orchestra ot 30 pieces,, the entire audi ence rise and sing the long metre dox oiegy. (I '"Jm MsbibKeL " HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT it will go further and wear, longer than other paints. Only the best. materiaUare used, with ' WHITE LEAD AS THE PREDOMINANT is without doubt the most efficient house paint on the market, and is cheapest in the' end, in that -- The Pageant In Cincinnati. This Pageant Js to be reproduced for tho second time In America, in the auditorium of the Music Hall, every aiternotu and evening, from March 1th to April 6thjThis building is ad: nirably adaDted 'to it. more so than t dither of those Tn which it has been .jrven before. ? JiSEiiBSBEUFtt There are lots of Drug Stores in this land of ours that sell Drugs, but the Drug Store for the people is the .one that gives the purest drugs obtainable. Try us cird let us prove ourselves.the, one, Yours, MountVernon - Monumental,. The most common case of tablets correci in- PIGMENT, tempered with just enough zinc is-th- somnia is disorders of the stomach whamberlainls Stomach and Liver md enable yono sleep. y Chas. IJ. DrtisA :woms R to prevent chalking quickly, as lead alone is used. FOR - e case where these disrdeit. Manufacturer ?f ForsleVmDEALER''n Marbles v SAtp 1Y NOE& DAVISO xz -- Oh.il d r on iOt y v and Granite Monuments of all kinds,, . Estimates funjished on applioation. ILiojifc GEO. O WJg-KS" y$fa&pc&$&3 Chas C. Davis, Druggist, J ; r j.VM5ir.WRM , A PkoMU2 Pbon No. 39 MT. VTRNON, K Y J $x1dl iB j? " z -f ' ... -- . f -- -. ,1- - tfc i