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Mount Vernon signal: April 5, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912040501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: April 5, 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. Published Every Friday VOLUMK XXV. BKOUHEAD. aunmi MT. VERNON, ' iotpi ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY.FRIlJAY, Bronio. Ky. April t, 1912. r.i-lc T-- aw r m -- : Si Established I887 NUMBER 28 APRIL 5. 1912. among our people and I want to mond this week. Ramon 1 Mull- - few days with her mother Mrs. solicit the help of all the good Ms and Willie Shepherd were at Mol'ie Hatcher. Estili PrLe, our ladies of the county in giving it home Saturday until Monday, hustling merchant is paying 17 Mt. Vernon Signal, Miss Tempest Ward 'is at home who has been cts. for eggs this week. Willie you will cooperate Stanley Payne a trial. r,.. m iv.o RhniP Normal at Rich- If Mt. Vernon, Ky. with us it will inspire ""the few studying telegraphy st this place Shutts who is in school at Mt. ,nWi w. Mr. Editor: ,nn,nnLof small pox.- -. UWUU, fighc for returned to his home near Dis- - V. ruon visited homefolks last A Miss Lera McCall was at her home t.hlc ic ill iwuij daw T Af. men that are makiug a .- - v. ... t u...o..... Uc,j -, ..- .i O....J.. TT Vr. week. Most of the farmers of this ur mni ouuuay. puiama improvements III l.OCKCasiie. from Friday until in Marethurg cided lo "write vu another to . ot i.'. agcuiai xiiaiis- - part are getting aloug fi.ie with x ao not want to criticise um a oiugiciuu, Tt tc oK...r tUcfimi nf vuor ' Mr. and Mrs. W J. iMindav. lttAr .' good ladies of Mt. i ville is with homefolks for a few their work. Most all of them are for the Owe s were the guest of Julian for all animals to shed their la-- t thought .fe XATnnl T Xnnt tJTPPlfC Trip VVlnfllPCtpr flratlllo krm.nn CAlcU31v. - .m. j. Ttfnrn In nnnjrlar Saturday and guest of Mrs. Thos. cherry of. . "A "... Bordesand family straw, and by nature take on ytars coat 1t expects 10 start, k. ueorge and tanuly, ot litna. ., a Sunday -- Mrs. J. J. Painter of tub' Orchard ihis week. Miss hut ourrewara ne just a nine greuier uu., ai And phosphate plumps the gnin another just like th . ii vou wouia luru vuur aiicuuuu lu.mcu uui.. umui iu a. icw uiyj. were wun ijrs. .vi- . Vi. hric& nn- ..., i with her Etta FrHi is visiting in Stanford But its clearly wrong- - to waste ' Lebanon Junction is nl Ql.lilig jyvv.'k "IS"1"" Lrntaj v.. niiHwu'i - Abe Evans has gone to work with. day. and Danville 01 Dr. J. B Karris Dr Isaacs, of Plato, was in liutnm..ther, Mrs. L.N. Vanhood, this thf human inn chnnlH enrnace .u t4tue wants ana neeus plant food .J (VAriln tin auu WS,c auu uci uiicuuwy-- n f n v r the Bridge crew again at Shauhan, Level Green Sunday, there is some Owens was in was in Li ingston, Monday -- Dr. Geoige week, Why should we not "shed off" all On a wet and fcoggy field; to give your Ky. G. G. Robinson and Ghas. I talk of town' last Saturday, setting up W. E. Gravely wa in Louisville, I'll surely have to put ip dt'airjs movi ig here.--M- iss our fogy, tight ted and najruvy ignorant people? than v or some other B. Anderson made a flying trip to! Georgia him -- I hai lie R sh is with Gentry after speniiug the a.ttention to Japan a monument to the grave of Al Monday It i d iurease the ield. mindedvideas, and clothe ourselves homefolks this week.- - jai-- Wal foreign country. We need plenty Mt. Vernon Monday. F. S. Mull-- ! winter with her grandmother here Mrs. J P. Lert O. Roberts. mean men and. woffleu ot laud--I (f ins, of Spider, was in Brush Creek has returned to her home at Quail E Val-- , And after I have drained the ot work at home. home Saturday Hn was with is broth-- r. Watson returned Rtckcbstlo) with the cloak of must pijw it deep ,all over; mi We uuder.s'ai.d Under Judge Williams' admin- Monday and Tuesday on business. Ky. from a two wet k visit to relat ves ln, Satui day. progrtts, oper up our hearts arid succeed, Miss May was the guest Brodhead is to have a Postal ! Aud een then I'll not Mis. Goffe, of Walnut Grove, in Garrard county Mrs. H H that pocttt books, limber up our istration this county purchased two of Miss Girtie Evans SundayT Unless it will grow clover. Evans Savings Bank, May 1st. J. 'W It spent a part of last week with her toad graders, but haying to draw HutchesnnWt for Louisvil'e last toi.gues and bands and show to Now acid oils will not produce rains so much that the people can't sister, Mrs. Mary Jane DBord, baiuiday, where sh will join her Tate is in Louisvil!" this werk the'norld that we aie not merely them by horses at that time A clover sod that's prime, almost prove a failure, but we can make any speed in getting their who was verv sick hut is Mrae Attorney a. d Mrs. E. Homer Wallm was in town last go it I have a sour soil husMind tilling space, that when life's gardens out. week.- -I. R. Storm.gwho was better now. Dr. G. C. Price and It. G. niry were the guests of Mr. purney shall live indeed with us, do better now. I'll have to put on ime. family will leave the 10th. of this About all of the Western half of Saturday jpor ted sick last week is no belter Mrs R. H Hamui, hgt the world shall be bettered by Constipation brings many ail And alter doing alj these tilings., Walter Robins and Henry for Illinois. cqunty and a large pirt of ments in its train and is Grover is a G. C. Howell was und Su.-.daus having jived jn it. If ot wh.ere tje tue pri- month Wed-Tohlo make Miccess more sure, person were in ..t Vernon, tlie eagtem half could very easily mary cause of much sickness. splendid young man and we trust Monday Sunday and is our usefulues'? lt Wbyuoterv begiaded, and if properly done, Keep your boYirels regular madam, he will pros-pe; I'll try tuv very best to keep in his new location. I Fhivd of Keavy was the. nuay evening. nian and woman urake for themr From watting she manure. you will escaDe many of the There is a great deal of sickness would be a good read at least nine and guest of his uncK I. R Storm KENTUCKY SPRING So I'll drain, and lime, and culti- selves a monument somewhere in tnontl s in the year a.qd uot ge. ailtnenta to which women are in this vicinity, the sick are M. iroru Saturday until Monday CLEANING. ' Rockpastle, that fter death the subject. Conrtipaton is a vTy M. Brown, Chas. Vanhook, Mrs. vate, very bad at any time. My plan is imple thing, S. L. Storm of Keavy, and A. M. but like many simple op it the inworld can inserlbe With all that that implies; An effort to have the entire 10 have a Good Roads and Dohings. it may lead to serious con- W.F. DeBord and Ora M. Brown. Storm of Corbin. were with their for And when Iv'e done that thor- scription "Well done thou good mestic Api il i)-- 2o State J. W Mullins who is telegraphScience Basket dinner sequences. Nature often needs a father 1. R Storm, this, week -- general obsere dajs is being rmde. and faithful servant". oughly cleanup picnic, in each magisterial districi little assistance and when Chamber- ing at Liv ngston is visiting relaJ N. Marlowot Henderson iswUh and the Governor II not some of our livirg friends in 1 11 manure and fertilize. has been asked a suitable place to make a lain's Tablets are given at the tives here. Thre will be services home folks this week Chas S. first indication, may cause Mr. George Ovv ns lo to co operate in haviug this done. Vivian Hire a traction suffering ma be much distress and at the M. E. Church beginning demonstration. Lyons of Junction City was in avoided. Sold by a marble slab, carve on which t Louisville has already adop'ed College qf 4gricuhure next Sunday night and will conngine aitch it to a grader, ana Ohas. C. Ds is. town this week. -- Mr Lyons has marks that "six foot of earth" ftgr he men in th,e crowd have these das. The chairman of Clean Ohio S.ate rjuiveritv, tinue till Tuesday it being quarter tvm Pu phased a large boundary of upDasfor the Federation, Mr-- -, that we wrjuld bairjly rje entitled leared the right of way of trees ly meeting. ber from Noah Bishop of this LEVEL GttEEN. to, an inscription that would' be stumps and rocks, grade about A. Stratton, is using her inALMOST A MIRACLS- ui- - John ws e, ana win soon ' M sjon mill to ic uioa .viaiy fluence to have every Kentucky One of the most startling changes au injustice to the world, Now as mile of road while, the ladies wer Mr. and Mrs. D. R Gentry and Farm for Sale: -- Containing miss crossroads and ever seen in any man, according the Agriculture! educational rain holding a session of Domestic little son, Robert, spent Saturday 200 acres with a five 00m house. er was up fro n Crab Orchard City, town, village, time to W. B Holsclaw, Clarendon, has run let us re solve lo put our science. At 12 o'clock have a night and Sunday with Mrs. About half of farm in cultivation yard Saturday. Mr and Mis. R. backnc oil clean at the same onrl X CX Wob effected years ago in of- if T of- uo shoulders to be progressive whetl basket dinner. After which have Gentry's mother. Mrs. Georgia the balance in timber. This land w an rrrt ok ik in oornoct1 uuva i iu pruvJt Mr P1 am in of th Ottawa section, attain unto that state w' ich is next his brother. "He had such a and gnn 1 ir at le it one turn in speech making by Judge L. W Rice, of Colorado, was the guest of lays well and is we'l watered with dreadful congh, ' he writes, "that Mr. aud Mrs Galen Rogers I will arjniit o godliness. Texas and Louisana all Qur famih thought he was going IQi?- some Betbutum, Atty. S. D. Lewis and Dr. and Mrs. G B. uawrence from branches and well. A good stock (M I Crab Orchard were with Mrs to Mrs. farm adjoining the town of Brodthis "simultaneously into consumption, but he began to progress but not as much as We other members of the Fiscal court, Sunday till Thursday. have adopted I El en Mahaffey this week Mr clean" plan apd while we have not use Dr King's new discovery, aud might have made. her to head. Will sell worth the money. and as many others as would saj Lawrence aocorapanied John Sowder, who had a slight a- - ' Mt. Vernon. Mrs. W. H Mullins Terms to suit purchaser. had the distinciion of leading in W&s completely cured by ten bottles Life is sho.t at its longest and something 'to incourage improve lack of ptralysis last week, is .w.1,e ,sc sound ai'd rweU and Mrs, A. C. Sowder. Mrs. Linda Benton the idea, let us follow graeefullv. . many if we don't keep at work all the tnent. Th.eu inspect new piece o and mother wflighs 2i ponnJs. J loil, improving. E. K- - Hou-Brodhead, Ky. spent Sunday with Mrs. J. N. d thiBiu,e our nonuinents flay not road and part, better prepared to ton 'a on the sick list t"iis week Lame Shouldeis is t early always ytars our lamily has ( Brown. "medy for Coughs and reach beyond the skies. While I fight tor the right. P A Shelton has moved to hi- - due to rheumatism of the relief Colds with excellent , , Wm. Hurst was in Pine Hill; In case of rheumatism results.' am interest. I in all progressive A prearranged program publish projrty on Academy .street, and an quicKly yum to me tree ap- - Jt's quick, safe, reliable aud from paiu makes sleep and rest kt.ovy the one ed in Siqnai. a few weeks before Saturday and Sunday attending Thls niay be obtained Mr, J . M. Clark has tman cbarg- - p ication of Chamberlain's Lini' Prine en rflntc and ?Si.nn. movements, vou all A num-b'i I ni particularly a piank on, And each meeting would be a good a 5tb. but my meeting applying Chamberlain's Limof niloc f- - "H-- l Trinl Kr.tl - For stl -- hv Ghas G. D ivis. of the restaurant again. Porealu n.enr.ber of the farmers from .here raet'ment. Fcr sale by Chas. C. to get i, all other good things idea, naming all the speakers. u s jn of Lee Coffey, who has heeu the special train Saturday and T. Davis. will follow. I wan", to sug gest a xQW Mr Editor if this plan has sickfor the last several iroiths I'prtnby-- v h i " IC- -t FOR FLETCHER'S h i n k - a' g re a t "a.ny'endarsement by yoji or auy L. Hasty purchased a line sheep, wno li newer JS2 LETi,-SfER'S v.i. norjujii"to be FOR FLETCHER'S jteal of good can be accomplish 'd of the readers of your paper leis paying $20 for it --rMts. W. E. 1 IA fcen very sick isablf & Beatty, of Corbin, is spending a 1 hear it through your paper. Yours very truly, III I mil Mi II H. JLlii 1MIHHJH jjjLa An April Fool, P. H. Shutts. I out again. J E. Wallinis in Stan THE WISE FARMER. fofd this week attending court There was a man in our town J. B. Pine was in Mt. Vernon, And he was wonderous wise Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. I. He knew that if he wanted crops Lece of Williamsburg were the! He'd have to fertilize. guests of v r and Mrs. R Si Its nitrogen that makes things Snivel, Sunday aud Monday. C. gicn H. Frith is very .. ck at his writ- Said i his man of active brain; mg Mias Clyde Wilmott is the And potash makes the good strong J -- -- 1 "' nn:n.t T- ..-- . . " L a -W T" J p It re-an- d y An-atho- 1 n r -- HUd -- a 1 I u-e- m.ucles,,6"' 1 guar-nntpp- d. y n ? Children Cry -F- -- Q A3TO R A E3 O R Children Cry CASTO R A B!$lillI!IlIE$&BlrI arner si A HAPPY i&31 rif JRust Proof t iCorsets 8ssiiiiiiieiiii9eieiige m m -- THE DANGER AFTER GRIP. lies often in a run down system. Weakness, nervousness, lacn ot energy and ambition, appetite with disordered liver and kidntys often follows an attick of this The greatest wreched disease. need then is. Electric. Bitters the glorious tonic, blood purifiet and regulator of stoinae'h, liver and kidneys. Thousands have proved that they wonderfully strengthei the nerves, build up the system and restore the health and good spirits after an attack of Grip Only 5 It suffering, try them. Sold and perfect satisfact cents. oy onas. v. ion guaranteea Davis. M. FOR YOU IF YOU BUY YOUR and Moderately High " Long Skirts . ' ? Clothing Here VA Baking Powder Absolutely Furo s RoVai-Makes Home-Baking Bust" WiUfV, mm I 'ffitmer's vyy Cbrsefe-ff- ie It takes more than one thing to make a man happy, for every single garment lhat goes from our Kouse.is GUARANTEED to wear tn your satisfaction You'll be dressed up when you get in one of these new SUITS'; a Stetson or National HAT, Monarch SHIRT and a pair of our Walk-Ov- er Easy iStSSSSSSSsJ&zRrSSSS&i i ORLANDO Mrs. W. T. Sharp and children With minimum trouble and cost biscuit, cake and pastry are made fresh, clean and greatly superior to the ready-mad- e, variety, dry, and danger of alum food "is avoided. found-in-the-sh- op 6es foundation In lB.. IVAT Vj forgood dressina l fi hi You can have a ,very low Bust if you want, the newest effect, which is almost uncorseted above the waist. Shoes i 'When you are wearing such goods as these, you know you have the best at the lowest possible price. Call and take a peep at our new stock., Remember we Guarantee you satisfaction or money back. ; K; Oxford IN'-AL-L THE v WARNER'S are the most flexibly Boned CorThey set we know. are the only Guaranteed. New SpringStyles' 'Tj -- Jm HI 1I 1 r - Price 50 c to ,$5. V - McBee lN " - fSt. J- II 'J 1 1 - B M m' jW of Paris, were visiting relatives near this place from Friday until Monday last. Aunt Flora Las-weMiss Minnie is improving R'ddle, of East Bernstadt, was vis iting relatives near Cove last week Sherman Moore, Floyd and Dovie Ramsey, of Mt. Vernon were Mrs. .yNiting their grand-mothet-- 7TIQL Wet JHi &rasBtttrflttT-XT5rr---J liXTnti r-- TS O J. Bryant, near Cove, last week. The baby of J. B. Proctor is improving. There has 'been lots of sickness in this vicinity for the past two months. The farmers are out watching for the sun to " H shine so they can get their, plows started. D. M. Singleton is doing the 145 styles and sizes, of "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence shown in AMONG catalogue, the fence user can now obtain fencing perfectly a great spoke business i.i Brush xuited to his particular requirements. "Pittsburgh Perfect" is the Creek. J. M. Laswell was in most adaptable, portable, durable and resultful of all wire fences, and gives Wtldie one day last week to see r absolute satisfaction because, coupled with our ripened manufacturing experione of his told fiiends, Albert . ence, it is the culmination of close and exhaustive study and investigation of agricultural methods and equipment. Iteynolds. He says Alhert is in L &rmers needs along lines of a very bad condition. Uncle John Open Hearth wire, like old time iron wire, is used exclusively in ''Pittsburgh. Perfect" Tence, and is galvaniied with a thorough and even coating of same Robinson continues about the pure zinc, which resists rust for the longest rime. All line and stay wires are Uncle Sap Owens was in Brushjt ELECTRICALLY WELDED "Greek one day last week on busidoubat every- contact point, producing a perfect amalgamation of metals, andonly ness Mr. and Mrs. Pal Moore, "of . in ling the strength of the fence at the joints. This feature is found T"Pitfsburgh Perfect" Fence, and makes hunequaled for toughness, streiTth, Louisville, are with home folks' and economy in weight and .price. Will return to near&this place. Every Rod Guaranteed Perfect Mr. G.-- H . their, home "Sunday. Adapted to every FIELD, FARM, RANCH, LAWN & POULTRY pwpoe Evans and Mr. J C Uain weie .J down,tro Kicbmo 10 M c.t 4.1 '"The Holy Rollers" had a rollin &r. ll r. -- - The Adapti fencG f s - time. at tiusdky. ', Cove l school v- Virnc lact- - "rf"l - - . if -- i i , MrM5sie-Iiwel- .is in Rich- - "I m 3,i, &EQE.& DAVIS ?"" fitt- - 4 'n'?. 4 iK Jfc,A,.fakfei iV' &- - fcBfaagfe-- SuMm0 ., - li. v, " r- -- t ' "" fc. P .. . - rH -- 1 ?4-"- r. Zf &&& f. :: ft. -- .. ilH0 .,. M. .. mmmmmmmmmmmm z ' ) ' A - r - irrrTa??S fflgagr-JH- ? ! ?ztifc&te MP. VERNON SIGNAL BIG BLAZING STAR Friday, .April 5, 1912 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OC Signaled Opening of the "World In Cincinnati." Great Religious Spectacle and Missionary Exposition Is Attracting Thousands to Cincinnati. Sdvc Using rates made application known 01 MKMBKROF Cincinnati The great Missionary Exposition called "The World In Cincinnati," the second of its kind to be held in the United States, was opened, when President Taft pressed a button, illuminating a huge electric star. At the same moment a huge American iiSSSfwsmKvy 3Li& KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION y j t Ijffiffi s&LX. "HcVte y Hon. Woodson May, is a candidate to succeed himself as State C'entral Committeeman irom the Kieventh district. A good man .fountain Cabin, in Mountain People scene. fur : he place, and we feel ieasonat)ly in saying that he wiil lecer e flag was unfurled and the spectators sure, Quail, Ky., April 21, 1912 I RockcastU which packed Pageant hall to the In loving remembrance of lite muted support of 'oors, arose and sang the national democrats. Por Infants aud Children. Large crowds visited the main tle Georgia Owens who departed position for the first time and crowds this life on March 80th, at I The Kind You Have Always Bought hat tax the capacity of Music hall EvKItv indication points that ire daily thronging the big building o'clock a.m., and her spirit tool "" its flight to the God who gave it. Bears Kentucky, will send to the Dem- 'rom end to end. Signature Extraordinary Interest Shown. She was nine years, ten months, ocratic i':ui(iual Convention a deleExtraordinary interest is being md twenty-thre- e days of age gation instructed for Clark. hown in the exposition. Here and She was a bright and loving child here through the life like scenes, courts and stalls of foreign lands, nd loved by all who knew her. FOR FLETCHER'S arge groups of people are daily listen-nLI V1NGSTON. he was taken ill suddenly on I to the explanations of the cosan-he- J. A. Owens was last Friday with spinal meningitis in Mt Vernon, Tuesday, on busi-- J and went into convulsions until r ness. The old child of . theend came. Little Georgia Green Cox died Sunday of brain was only a flower planted on this fever. Luthur Manus and wife earth by the gentle hand of God of Mt Vernon were the guests Of to4k plucked bv the angels aud their daughtsrMrs G.F.ThomaV car-rieto the heavenly home to son, Sunday. Angel of await the cominjr of dear ones Mrs. Richmond, is visiting her daugh left behind. ter, Mrs. James When standing 'round the dying one, Albert Cromer and wife, ol The tears rolled down each cheek; rMne Hill visited the family oi They saw the suffering that was there' George Smith, Saturday and And o'er it did weep. the cold Sinday. Miss Zella Owens visi- Her body lies .in the tomb; grave, Ilcr form is in ted her sister, Mrs. Sam JRowe, The struggling toils for life are past, last week. Mr. .lohn Cox died at And death has sealed her doom. his home Saturday atone o'clock. Tlio loud the thunder it may roll, Mr. Cox was a member of the It can't disturb her rest; Church of Christ and a faithful Nor can the piercing winds that blow, Disturb her gent e breast. hribtian man. He was liked by Friends that are left to mourn her loss, all who knew him.alwajs speaking Be all prepared to die a kind word to everyone, and wil When God will call you from earth, be sadly missed by his manj You will meet her in tnj sky. friends aad .family. He leaves a After funeral services, con wife and eight children to mourr ducted by Elders D. R. Geutry the loss of a kind husband ano and John Elder, the remains were father. He was laid to rest Sun hid away to rest Sunday at day afternoon in the Owen's 11 a. m ia the Providence ceme, Grave Yard, near his home ti tery. Melvin Owens. await the call of the last great day five-yead time is better. FURNITURE Is it Furniture you want ? 4 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 HARDWARE it Js CASTOR A Children Cry , eorS 'mm J& i-- and money saved to buy your Hardware form also carry a line of "Hardware We us. g Mr. Joe Omary is visiting his parents at Jellico this week. Wade Graves ol the Sand Spring locality has purchased a portion of the Home Telephome Co. line yet learned the particulars but , will give them later. L. H. Rice, who has been braking here for months left for Lebat ie past-twWe non Junction, Wednesday. times have been asked several concerning our knowledge of the new railroad going up the river, and we will say that we have read several letters from the company and from what we can gather they will build the road in the near future. James Hall has a position with J. H. Browning at the round house. Mrs. John Walton o at Livingston. We have not attendents or stewards in harge of the various exhibits. Every section has its quoto of missionaries, .vho are mostly home on furlough from .ountries everywhere in the world. These men and women have many startling experiences to relate, "many strange lands to describe, much to say ibout their work, and their earnestness makes them interesting talkers. In the exhibition halls are booths epresenting China, Japan, Kotea, rndia, etc. There one meets preKy American misses garbed in Turkish costume; also. Moorish wonien, with their faces concealed, all but the eyes. The colony of real American In- tumed O ASTO R A Wj AND- JOHN WHITE & CO. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS ANO HIDES Wool on Commission. Write for price- - M list mentioning this ad. HIDBS S. B. McKenzie r SSSSSSS. .- iVs. SUMMER GOLDS Should not be neglected. It means a condition In the lunes that brings on Pneumonia, Brunehltte.oe tOTno other serious disease. r' ?KM? "- "W ",.? Tlvv.', j. '..l ,1 j&r. f. J--; 1 J.V T5v f .M..S v. i K 'I !.? t "' t; Coughs and Colds You could not please us better than to ask your doctor about Ayeis Cherry Pectoral for coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis. Thousands of families always keep it in the house. The approval of their physician and the experience of many years have, given them great confidence in this standard cough medicine. Sold for seventy years. AN :i mX2wk7JT-s3i" azrTx-vi.x:..mi m . :z&' t-- ; - .T s i "and Mrs. George Doss were calleil to Quail on account of the deith of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Owens' little girl who died on the :J0j1i day of March. We.are that Miss Mattie Baker, of the Scaggs Creek section is in very poor health. Ed McClure, of this place, has been very sick but is better at this writing. John Mullinsjis visiting relatives at f.ivel Green. George Martin is visiting at Rowland this week. George is the boss fisherman, as he hits caught two that weighed and one two and a ed half-poun- ds ilire.' pounder. R. S. Magrudar i in Lebanon Junction this week. Mrs. W. M.Preston and children are visiting relatives at Boston. Mahalen Summers, of the Gaulev Branch, section has small pox and is very sick, Luther Hamlin who is attending school at Berea; was here Sunday. Last Monday night oni of the hardest rains of the season fell and the river was higher than has been for years. The roads leading into town are almost washed away: River men have lost lots of ties and the Living- s where gifted and youn people in simple dramatizations, pro vide instructive entertainment. Ta bleaux Hall and Moving Pictures Hall are just what their names imply. Tableaux in costumes, little plays, and many thousand feet of picture films are special cttractions to the crowds. story-teller- Prairie Schooner scene, dians, who stolidly mind their own business of making bead ornaments and other goods monopolized only by Poor Lo, attract much attention. Captain Gould, the also cornea in for much attention. Gould takes pleasure in startling the small, boy by lassoing him, and many kids deserted their parents to "unsconsiously" wander near the fringe and be honored by a real plainsman. There are. a number of halls where special features of the Exposition are! in progress. A Hall of Methods, showing missionary educational work,, Sod House and s Is a good remedy for soro throatimd cold settled In the lungg. Ifl case3 pain In tho chest, hoarseness, obstinate coughs, congestion In tho lungs, loss of.volco and inflammation. It is a fine family remedy, mado on! of thepurest Ingredients and possesses a wonderful soothing and healing influence Jn the lungs, throat andbrohcfiIarTQb5s: ChLdren like It because it is pleasant to the taste; It Js a quick relief for the throat and lung disorders to which children are subject. Hrhursd Ballard's UNVARYING STORY The maioritv of our oat rons tell an unvarying story Syrup Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per BottI. Buy tho 51.00 size It contains Ave times as much as the 25c size and you get with each bttle a Dr. Herrlck'o Red Pepper Porous Plaster for the chest. JAMES F. BALLARD PROPRIETOR ST. LOWS, M0. For Weak Sight or Sore Eyes, ute Stephens Eye Salve. It cores. Soup And RccomhcmdcdByI Any good doctor will tell you thst a nudi cine like Ayer's Cnerry Pectoral cm.-o- i do its best work if the bowels are con stipated. Ask your doctor if he knows anything, better than Ayer's Pills for this sluggishness of the liver. Mads by the J. C. AYEK CO.. Lowtll. JJass cor-rectin- g of satisfaction regarding our banking accomodation And this impels us to suggest that you also would be pleased with our service. PEOPLE'S BANK Mt. Vernon, Ky, W. G BAKER, Pre3ident. Mili FOB FULL PARTICULARS. GALL mm ilaata IViARDI LEAR2 ) CONN BROWN A. B. FURNISH h Brown-FurnisVe Realty Co. SPECIAL REDUCED FARES STOPOVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS H. C. KING, GRAB THE EXPOSITION PLEASES Necessary to Repeat Demonstrations, Crowds NAre TicKets en sale February 13, 14, !5, 16, l, 18 and 19 Gsod teturaing matil March 2, 1912, with Privilege of KstiosioB TICKET ACENT. OR WRITE ' W. A. BECKLER, Passenger and Ticket Agent, General Passenger Agent, 101 E. Main Street, Lexington, Ky. Phone 49. Ingalls Baildins, Cincinnati, O. OH ANY jroperty, do abstracting and pass on titles. If you wantto sell list your prop- with us; if you want to b ly we can save you money. niness: handle town and farm do a .jaaral Real Instate F. L. THOMPSON, JJk., Cashier. CLAUDE C, COX, Asst. Cashier. So Large. t$83C&pc:; 3pqc.3qpicSr8B ston Lumber company have lost quite a number of logs. There was prayer meeting at the Baptist church Wednesday night Little Blanch Howell of Brod-heais visiting her father C. G. Howell at this place. Mrs. E. J. Anderson and children are visit- inr relatives at Hazel Patcl . Mr and Mrs James Povnter u ' d, at the same rate. -- Some demonstrations at "The World Cincinnati" attract such crowds that they have to be repeated more times than those scheduled to satisfy the visitors. At some hours Ave or six demonstrations are going on at the same time in different countries. There are "A Tour Through Africa," "APaleEtiue Wedding," "An Afternoon Call in Japan," "At the Well in Burma," and demonstrations of worship of the different deities in the Hall of Religions and other places. ' All are happening at the same time1 under one roof, while in the "Hall of the Homeland" things are moving at In DON'T ABUSE YOUR WATCH YOU do not run your buggy, automobile or other machinery till it squeaks and griuds and cuts itself to pieces. You clean and oil it often. You should dc as caretul of your watch. It is small and light and can not speak loud when it is dry and needs cleaning aud oiling so it is liable to ciit ana wear and need attention be fore you know it. You may not know it till the watch is completely ruiued and stops. Bring your watch to us aud let us examine it with our strong glass to see its condition accurately. We will show you and explain the exact condition. anrl adjusted Every watch should be thoroughly cleaned aud once in eacb year. Take proper care of your watch and it will last you a litetime. Consult us on all WATCH DISEASES. re-oile- JONAS Mckenzie 'X. section over the river and Sam McHargua will take the Corbin section-- Mr. and Mrs. P. Dishon of Lancaster, and their granddaughter, Nellie Rigs by, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Pope. A little child of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Graves has been very sick but is some better. A. M. Hiatt, Cashier of the (Ji tzens Bank of Brodhead, was here Sunday. PUTS FND TO BAD HABIT. : Things never look bright to Ten to one with "the blues". One of the most picturesque demonstrations this week is that of the immigrants clad in the costumes of different countries as they land at Ellis Island' led by G' w-- Bunto. who v. mrh f)irni,.h London, have moved tO Living-- 1 through the medical examination and .ston. Mr. Poynter has taken the otner requirements of those who come to our fih,or j d SEVERAL hundred assistants. The most notable part of this great Missionary Exposition is the immensa number of persons assisting voluntarily in one way or another. Mingling with the crowds and peopling - the scenes Jrom foreign lands are men and women from Boston churches, wearing the native dress cf vry Und under the sur FRANK MOORE x&xx Jqief!33? OWENS GRANVILLE 1 WEEK, where you wil always find listed the belt of goods, which are sold for a fair margain of profit Goods bought right and soldjright are the kind-ogoods that it always pays to buy. Our Motro has always been to give f KEEP AN EYE ON THIS SPACE UNDERTAKER BURR. one the trouble is.a sluggish Jiver, filling the system with" biliou noison, that Dr. King's New Life Pills would expel. Try them. T ruVSLET1" UUK..T . lot a a. ma f l a41a n.Ji. C' a j T n h 4 liver and kidneys. C. Davis'. .. 25c jkwsuwo, at Ckas. -,- U Quite a number from here atmeeting tended the Sunday. Mr. and at Pine Hill, Mrs. John W. Stokes were called here Friday on laccount of illness of Mrs. 'Stokes' lather, Mr. Tohn Coxv. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Owens, nr Winers, visited frionrt nnd rela'tives.here Saturday and, Sun day. Mrs. L. C. Bell, who has been on- the sick list for some Fifth-Sunda- y - Brodhead 4k. Ky if.- 5C . MiAHl' - COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Eobes. 111 to our customers the very best goods possible for the money. Thanking my customers for the in the past and asking a continuance in the future, I am Yours very truly, q 3 v Mail, Telegraph or Tele phone5- 15- j3, Hr 1 -- orders Promptly Filled. s, i v ;- - JONAS McKENZIE, Mt. Vernon, Ky. ! 'rf. i fy. f r--: "- "f' 3rPrpG3rj3CX: $ptC$plCDC '. . .2$3lC3tO$C &tf&j ? -- bidfeidfooc3ocx3tc3c r i " 1 r ! Law & ! ' l - Z&t'&-r j- 3.- Wf -. r j - 'r- - HenrV Anderson and Walter T "Do not miss the Saster Service up from Brodhead at the Presbyterian Church Sun . Robins were day night, at 7:30 o'clock. There j AtT . TRPvnw ttv ..., Anrii s ,ry-,, .Wednesday evening. j""-i ' will bean attractive Easter cantata) The electric light plant people and an appropriate sermon. The ?" S Oali up "No. 79" when ,J Hyou waa(toComtnunl 77Q seem to have postponed the Sunday morning sermon on 1 cats with SIGNAL undertaking until later in the "Things that Enrich and things year. that Weaken the Life" should be Judge J. F. Griffin and Judge of especial interest to all church J. T. Adams will start at once a, members. wholesale and letail feed house in The pastor Rev. Geo. S. Tinsl y 1 the F. Kreuger building. will preach trom the text. 'Wha l H lOUISV'LLC & NASHVILLE R R. CO. m The rain Monday was the hard- - this Easter briogs to you", at tne 'est rain ever known in this section Sunday morning service which be TIME TABLE. LH 1 II If 4.46pm'and more water fell ;n the same gins at eleven o'clock. At the 22 aortn evening service, commencing at 24 nortn 3:53 a m length of time than ever hfore. ' 11:38 a roj 33 south "A hive of industry and a swarm 7:3i e will .speak lrom the text Baptizing at 21 South 12:19 am of iollitv" are 1 ot terms used by "Seeking rest". ' 3tXL " Agent. John W. Bio vn in speakine of the o'clock Sunday school at usi 1 Us. Landrum. Livingston dispatchers office and hours. Strangers and others coi Phone No. ,58. dially invited. its force. BntereA at the Alt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice . Mrs, John Ri.msey died last S. T. Proctor has begun the as ue ml class mail matter. improvements of and an addition Monday at hsr home on Renfro AT $KtN to the house lately purchased of creek, after an illness of several PERSONAL of veeks There has never come W. B. Whitehead at corner -- Or. ;W- -' T, Francis is at home a m ich render our observation Williams and Poplar street. I sadder death, than tint of Mrs this week" clean up Ramsey. Some five or Have you read tl-I, Gr Riddle was up from Crab six week.s Mt order of the town board? ao she gave birth to twin I abie That lad of yours. Orchard Wednesday. Vernon is certainly ready for p from which she never recovtred. You want him to have all the Henry Frederick, of Pittsburg is is clean up day, and as April 19-3esides the twins, she leaves two fun he can. rith relatives here. tc Ve observed throughout tin other small children. The burial The livelier he is the better Mr nd Mrs. M. B. Salin were state as clean up day. we trust Mt. toolf place at the Maretburg grave you like it. up from Stanford Wednesday. Vernon will be in line. yard, having been postponed C. G R. Ferguson, fireman on Yet oftimes when you see are clothes so well and carefully Now is the time to set out j our from Tuesday on account of high & S. was here during week. ripped seams and lost buttons The husband and rela strawberry bed for next jear water. made by the expert tailors in America G. W. Baker is visiting the tives have the sympathy ot the you wish he would tame Rev. George S. Watson, who fet Preachers-villclown just a bit. family of John Cress, they are guaranteed to give satisfactory out a large bed of the best varieties community in their hour ot sad affliction. is not all his fault if his It last sortrg, has a few hundred are also guaranteed to be all-wo- ol, wear S. C. Franklin has returned plants for sale at clothes don't hold together. 50 ct. per Copyright: James ma:es has Perhaps they were from a trip to Dr. Pennington's at hundred. which assures you'll get a lot of wear not made Apr. 6 tf bfiin granted a copyright 0:1 a quite right to begin Bertha. with. of the you choose from our big Squire J. H. Lambert, of Boone, Mental Calendar, a svstetn ihat Next time he is ready was called back to Jack Adams for a merao'rijsed in a few can be of new spring styles and Corhin yesterday on account ot was here Monday enroute to Nina by which ne can suit, come here and look at Garrard county, where he was of wife. fteriouB illness e as &tfe&n, Boys Clothes. Mary asctrtatn ''in the dark as Mrs. Belle Coyce left Tuesday married on Tuesday to Miss in the light", withort reference See how much better they are than the tor San Antonio Texas, after a ten E. Wheeler, of that place. Mr to almanac or TO-DA- Y calendar: WITH THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF IE GUARANTEED If were passengers ordinary kind, yet they cost no more. .months visit to Kentucky relatives. and Mrs. Lambert The day of week of any date To be all wool 3j E train afternoon's lr you want the best you want a To wear - yc ir S 1 T. G. Reynolds was here Wed- - on yisterdav during the 5 ear. Ml Ai satisfaction C0j7&7Z, Boys Clothes." son, bound for Knoxville and other and reported his . ocsdv The mouths having five Suidays EVER OFFERED THE MEN of this COMMUNITY points. Albert, very low with consumption. Southern Special values this week at. and their dates. The spring meeting of Transvl- and Mrs Can Adams were Mr. The dates of all pt. 2nd. 3rd Jiere from Hamilton Onio, to at- vania Presbytery will be held and 4th Mondays (usually court on Tuesday and Wed- opening days) or other days and the" burial of Mrs. John tend v H Rev. C. C. dates etc., of club, lodge or other nesday of next week. Ramsey. Miss Nola Jones will spend next Brown's church at Lancaster has periodical gatherings.. Day of weekx Washington's week at tier home in Winchester, the honor of entertaining the bodv Key G. birthday. 4th. July. Christmas, by Miss that met here last year. She U be accompanied S- - "Watson leaves for Lancaster New Year etc, Anna Tate. Tuesday morning. Date of Thanksgiving. W. D. Caswell has been up next his Simple, easy and convenient. from Kings Mountain to bee Tfae farraer trjlng to farm who By mail 10 ptp, Andreas Telesick mother at Brujh Creek. She never takes or reads a paper, no since 1887 phone Exchange, Mt, Vernon, even a good farm journal, is like is. better. " Ky. Mrs. Anna Miller was in Stan- the lawyer trying to practice law some wuo never saw a law book. His to read ford Tuesday i he Jury 10 the work is crudely done and his in BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Golden Seal: If you have WW depositions before a a .. any Golden Seal (Yellow Roo1) for .come very small. A little intelicase. Walleu fcCO . Lida PnreelJ js a new student at ? Mrs. C. C. Williams and Miss gence required on the farm sc the school and a member of the sale, or expect to collect the wild ..SSO during the season, write me ftMtt oO Surie Thompson are with Mrs. well as any other business or pro dormitory family. Ida Haraliu roots as I want several hundred tlious-au:- l C. fession, if any great success is Williams' daughter, Mrs. J. has returned to school after an for planting purposes. e Wot in Louisville tor a few days. attained. absence due to sickness. Mamie M SOtS Address J. W. Skars, S. Durham, ol uroaneaa, George The directors of the Rockcastle McHai'gue is in the dormitory P. O Box 563, Somerset, Kentucky. i.r--. 860. aa have again after an absence caused by a brother of the popular book County Fair Association March 22 4t. JC9 0j keeper of W. J. Sparks Co., has again decided not to chaige any illness in the family. During the a position with the company at entrance fee, or itjtain any part of pist week Ella Coffey received a FoRSiLe: One new band made Sparks Quarry iS the premiums offered, in this years p:cture for doing the best work spring wagon, built for rough roads ..od SheriffScovill and deputy Frank premium list of the Great iu the seventh and and hard service, for sale at bargain during March, 3 oa pass ngets on castle County Fair. were eighth grade reading class and if taken at en e. Address tsac fromi ! COst the people nothing Tuesday's train retu-mnChristine McFerron for writing the L. P. Cook. 'CO thev bad been to ever t0 exhibit their stock in any best biography in the class. Five where Carriage maker. ..so , this should be very pleasing of tne seventh and eighth grade Mch. take May who was seiftenced. to rf Maywood, Ky. 3PO spelling pupils made perfect grades the Electric chair from the Laurel . to all the patrons of the Fair, -- Court. Circuit ej Special Services at the Baptist during March, missing neither IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF .SAO THE UNITED STATES. definitions. The Mrs. LUlie Penning'on, of East Church Sunday April yth Easter, words nor & Bernstadt, and Miss Ethel Rosiner, at li a. m. preaching at 7 p. m. names of the five are Bee Eldridge, For the Eastern District of , e3 returned to "The Resurrection". Kentucky. of Beattyville, have Sunday Miranda Purcell, Elsie Rhea, 'OS after a pieasant visit School at 10 a. m. Prayer meeting Christine McFerron and Katie their home In the matter ") 3ir9 cousin, every Thursday evening at 7 Kain. of A bankrupt. with Mrs. Pennington's ea ) J. W. Rider Gamma Sigma gave the following Mrs. Minnie Merricks. o'clock. We are now closing a eS , Stanford, Ky., ..od Hon. Nat SeveM. of London, study of Mathews Gospel and will program on Friday March 31. , s April; 3, 19T2 e$f Old Kentucky Home candidate foi Eleventh district then take up Johns Gospel. Every Song JO a.. A meeting of the creditors of the delegate to the Democratic Nation-- : one cordially invited, to attend all Roll call answered by Bible verses OS.. oa?3 Bee Eldridge aboved named, who has been tid i Convention, was here yesterday services, welcome! and glad to have Reading Sayde Richards j udged Bankrupt, will be held at CSMh "Piano Solo ia the interest of his candidacy. you with u?. Elizabeth Gentry the office of the Referee, Stanford T. C Duxe, pastor. Recitation O'J It is assured that Mr. "Sewell will ! Society Ky., on the 15 day of April 1912 Brat song get the instruction of Rockcastle ss The Spring shoppers were out Reading r Mattie Huff at 9 o'clock a. m. to elect a Trustee . delegates. as one of the )JS in full force and effect Wednesdiy Recitation S30 Jennie Morrow Miller for the estate of said bankrupt, and Bastin was over from Lan H. V. ..a3 ' to attend the millinery openings Song Four Leaf Clover Society for the transaction of other business ..ol? caster Saturday to sign up papers j of Mrs. Brown aud Mtj. Hendrick-so- n Jt With the first sunshiny days as may come before the meeting. ..o9 i3 in th; transier of Livingston telewithstr.-ndin-inclemthe not Comply with Sec. 57 of the Bankphone exchange. Mr. Bastin savs ency of the ve'iher. The ladies all the interest iu athletics ''is beiug rupt act concerning proof of claims there is the hottest kind ot a hot say that" this years patterns are revived and forae. interesting otherwise your claim can A9 not be eg fight in Garrard between the Taft perfectly beautiful. The meu have games of basket ball and tennis are allowed, oo9 N. Saunders, J. being planned. e9 and Roosevelt forces with odds uot had time yet to express an Referee in Bankruptcy. M 89 in favor ot the big stick. W. H. Graves has bought the a opinion. Our feai is though, that ttV HOME ECONOMIC CLUB. exchange 9S the past tells something of what Livingston telephone LOCAL plants including lines to a and oe the future is to bring. The Agricultural train, which S Eggs: S. C Red Leghorn eggs Mrs. Hiatt will have her opening point half mile south of Pine Hill. stopped iu Mt. Vernon, last SatThe plant will be rebuilt as soon urday had one car devoted to Do3 at sects per setting of 15 eggs. 9S as weather will permit. A new mestic Science, which was particu-' Rome Graves. 4 ed A fairly good crowd of Repre- switch board will be installed and Wabd. Mcb. 29 3t1 larly attractive to the women and sentative farmers were present other local lines added which will 1: : it5. .. After several demonstragirls. Mil . . . Two farms for sale. For further last Saturday to see the Agri- materially improve the service. Mrs. Clarence tion were given. oformation apply to, cultural special which stopped at saS3i0seBC: : : : Martin, of the Federation of WomC. H. Frith, POINTS OF VIEW. Not a this place for two hours. Brodhead, Ky. single one of the number, who were Feb. 23 4t. The brother 'iShe's got lovable en's Club urged the womeu of Mt. Vernonr-anvicinity to forma character of home life, such a j School, will give a demonstration For Sale: One neajrly new 18 present went away feeling that he eyes, kissable lips and huggable Home Economics Club, and club was organized and a President 'and will also give some interesting . hp boiler and engine and band saw had not been greatly benefited, 5haDoarid holdable hands." bulletins in which the ob and Secretary were elected. For) and valuable information in regard Will sell worth the and raauy made then and there j His sister - "Yes, and she's goi complete. Home Economics. solemn vows td do more and bet- - removable" hair, adjustable hips, jects of the club is thus outlined. the purpose of completing this or to left mo with a frightful cough and K. J. McKinney. money. very weak. I had spellswhen I could "To study the Lest ways of con gantzation, a meeting will be held ter farming and on more scientific colorable brows and a transferable Mt Vernon, Ky. piaus, man eyer hardly breathe or speak" for 10 to 20 Apr. 5 4t. of the home that at the Dormitory on Saturday ducting we cer complexion. oeiore minutes. My doctor conld not help BOOKKEEPING tamlv trust that the spirit ot "00 economy of strength and preserva- ofternoon April 6 at 2 o'clock. All me but I was completely cured by Rhod Island Reds:--Eg- gs was so in evidence $o cts- - please ive better" which Wife (after guest is gone) You tion of healtb may be secured,-- to housekeepers and other women TYPEWRITING aad f 15 a aett on that day will prevail for all TELEGRAPHY days BQtice so as to have all ftime to come, and if such is the should have tried more to" make discuss expenditure, of money tliBt interested in Home Economics, are 3 BUSINESS CILLEK fMTl. ,.rtil falUf Jk o hand- fraelf the highest conditions'of hoine'lite' invited to be present. Miss Marion . .Tr.Uat k&A VMnirfHWriMMif. CatTwAf . case; we will bave better and Mr. Jones Qel at home (a lATA&StH Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joltet, III. Husband Not Jones he's hen may be"obtalned,,, and many other 6tkafctecher J. M. Evans, more lhrifty farmers than Hock-castl- e of Domestic fir inwui, nni na tmktb ' ', Mc AHO 51.M AT ALLiMMMTS. pecked.'' Langford, Ky. has ever had in thepaat. subjectsTwhich help, to elevate tHe SctfMoPfr tke Brow . Mcb: 29-7- t. f ' MT..VLHNON I. . -w-.- SIGNAL -- M -- -- ( i iHHMiiW FIS 9 ' GUARANTEED CLOTHE; -- TtfSc clcthbs, pere e 20 Are Different and Better These most e. that They that out suit range s pattarns -- WE ARE READY EASTER FIXINGS .- ?2'pto$7.50 at COME IN AND TAKE A LOOK v j-- r. SELLING GOOD CLOTHES I I .... ........ intt5cttmnj"'""';:. ....... ........ aaaiteesi 99eaeavaso Lividflsto .94 Rock-Mullin- s, g what-Kddyvil- le w 22-4- L I ith the coming of the Beautiful Spring we know that every lady will wanta nice new suit, and we are prepared to show you the greatest ..q !' g 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 "3 "O - -- AH. HAMLIN LIVINGSTON, KY, -- ............. :!ii 1 d dis-tribute- d -- PNEUMONIA DR. KING'S the-wo- rk J Ks 1 ii. Nttf Discovfry -- ." -- . .. . - ' Meial iM-Mtn- at. 5 . .. i0 V -- f .- " v -- ??" "T H V ?C - g. It' ayy &2&h, aSSS 'liswiait :sdH raw The flue combination staliion, BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CATARRH HAT &G&,&j3g329&i': COVE JarUCs .( ' -V u -- .' ajSJoSjAm pnB Bin?ai rem J:?! sjsrpd S3Bsc&ii C.eojajj jUjisoq nondsa o? joab s.caioid vI 0&J3 -- oAi Saisn ra nonra wos-iv- ojoin oo.ni? Sane jouv iaol Jlslm ptmo, i 'onn n out pospB paoja, ati .nrni Ttiif in os oanswnd oin jo -- T1MCJA qonra OtUl OH1 AiOL I tpiAV -- ibf ornnsoa o puos tig 70 -- l :eacs H'- u! Jsiprosds snouiBj join Aq sjooj jo jobjjxo aApuaip stand 3UJ oj usaI? Twg P" 'iT" o ojnd T!m opoui ?uiuibjuo3 ssncoaq sjjbj oj siaaipaftoi snountci jo jocjc 'soijoojbu ou ue si it aiBs'siuamAvpouioic ilojid'.iaMJj ojuoabj s.oojoij jq Apsuisj jq?u aqj oj Juiiuoj Jtq ?uuojjns pins ajosiu: jo 3 b uiojj paAcs naaq aABq uamoA. Xubj jjr jjoinb c joj 3joo pnB XqjodinAs ajBipamun j'sip sossauais "juiuajjtaM aqj aauojjBd ssb ptoom Aoqj 'op maioix I'.oi nata jo AjuofBm aqj n XifuiuiBidmoona niL painaua pire und qona ss zznva oqj pncJsJ3Pun JOuubo ubui y aihpva vaaoix incci ?uuoijns mjotj a TI jr Kj 'ore -00 SSSB3s;P ajnjpsni potgang pno jojoh .spipJAui -- Rocket Pea vine, will make the season of 1912 at the stable of Roy Beazley in Mt. Vernon, at $10. to iusu re a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled, mare parted with or bred to another horse. Duo care taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occur. Rocket Pea vine is a beautiful bay, full 16 han Is high with the verj best of feet and legs. Is a horse of fine style audacion, both under saddle and in harness. Has the best disposition of any stalion 1 ever saw. Can rack or trot a three minute clip, Will be for the fairs after the Descuiption and Pedigree. -- 6 Sailm rxsnra pJ ittaaeoiiii pre-pue- d m Yesterday Tcday To-morro- w ouly a vision, YESTERDAY is but a dream, well lhed makes every yesterday a dream of hapbut a vision uf hope. Therefore piness and every bring your account to not esterday nor W TO-DAY to-daw, to-da- y THE BANTK OF MT. VERNON moneys will bring you happiThen our hope is that all ness, and prosperity, and all your reaollectious of yesterday will bring you great satisfaction and all your dealings and relations with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. MT. VERNON THE BANK OF KENTUCKY MT.VERNON, C. C. WII..MMS, President. V. L. RICHARDS, Cashier. eason closes. Sired by Tom.Peavine, he by Infact 2:05, by Electioneer 2:26, the sire of 166 colts, with records, below 2:30. Tom Peavine. iirst dam "was by Peavine and was the dam of tht 's great Rex Peavine. Rocket ddm was Mollie 12i7, by Pat Denmark, he by Rattler, he by Vernon Black Hawk. Second Dam hy Walker's Grey Eagle. Third Dam by Stonewall Jackson Fourth Dam by Copperbottorn. J. S. UANGFORD, Mt. Vernon, Ky Pea-vine- BZ .t& E3i iTCTTTuSYsi WWrtftiJ v-- mm 4rSBB 3,--- fs & vklvUiRMSflfcl UTOLOADING SHOTGUN ' . a (mm .mr tmm - Stee 1 Linea SHOT SHELLS spf SSSsr " jr-m- SILVER DARE Silver Dare is 6 years old, 16 hands, saddle and harness stallior . Will make the season of 1912 at my stable, mile of Hiatfc post office, at $10. to insure a living colt. Season money be comes due when colt is foalded or mare sold or parted with or bred to other stock. Pedigree: Silver Dare is by Dignity Dare 1982, he by Chester Dare No. 10, he' by one-fourth . -- Black Squirrel 58, he by Black fflr W Few and strong and simple parts Allows five shots in lightning succession or deliberately I 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 ! JPemfngtorjrUAfC the perfect shooting combination. ft Send for Descriptive Folder WZ nr nl9nfi REMINGTON arms-union- '' 299 Broadway, New York Citr metaluc cartridge HI CO. Eagle 74, he by King William 67, he by Washington Denmark 64, he by GainesJ Den mark 61. Dignity's first dam by Liziemont, by Welchmont No. 6367, he by William Welch 361. Silver Dare's first dam is by Silver King, he by Ontime, he by StonewallJackson, he by Washington Denmark 64. JACK. I will also stand a go d young Jack, full 15 hands high and good heavy bone. Is black with white points. Will stand Jack at $8 to insure a living colt. All rare will be taken to prevent accidents but will not be responsible should any occur. Same terms with Jack as wvith horse. R. L SMITH" Hiatt, Ky. Phone in residence, Brodhead Ex. -- I UIHD l j y rjsm All "AKHk -- kMPj1 X orders S TOU COVlNGTON: Jr. is a dark bay, black points, 16 hands high, foalded April 1908, sired by Allen Quarter main, he by Tom Covington 1st dam Maude, Our line of Couch Caskets g 2nd dam Gray Eagle. Tom Cov is unexcelled ington, Jr., is a combined saddlel Hand-mad- e Coffinsfumished ih) and harness horse. He posseses all the five gaits with speed, grace Hearse sent to all parts of lr - the County and action. He is a true type of the saddler in beauty of motion by Wire Promptly-Tilleand form; is fearless and abso- ffllTO TAKE PS d 1 1 "?ri -- feryant has typhoid fever. as mercury will surely destroy thfi;W. C Johnson has erected an sence ot smell and completely" additidd to his dwelling house. derange the whole "system when, Mr. and Mrs. Pal Moore, of Louis fjy P T aC9 P B mmmm entering it through the mucous ville. are visiting Mrs. Moore's services, Such articles should parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion never be used except on prescript-- 1 Tredwav Miss Minnie Riddle, ot ions from, reputable phvsicians, 'East Bernstsdt, and niece, Miss as the damage they will do is ten Mattie Riddle, of near Nicholasville fold to the good you can possibly have been visiting relatives at this TI10 Kind You Have Alway3 Bought, and which has heen derive Irorn them. Hall's Catarrh place. in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has heen made under his rer- Henry Tredway has moved to Cure, manufactured by F. J. sonal supervision since its infancy. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O., con- nis new residence. Shertnai. tains no mercury, and is taken Moore, Flovd and Dovic Ramsey, All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare hut internally, acting directly upou ot Mt. Vernon, visited Mr. and Experiments that trine with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. the blood aud mucous surfaces ot Mrs. Sam Bryant last week. In buying Hall's Charley Shepherd is able to be out the t.stem. I Catarrh Cure be sure you get the again. Jasper Owens has movea genuine. It is taken internally to the house vacated by hit Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It and made in Toledo. Ohio, by F. orother, Edd Owens. Mr. ano contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic I. Cheney & Co. Testimonials Mrs. George Parrett and children substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms Sold by druteist. Price, 75 vvere the guests of Mr. and Mrs. free. and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind cents per bottle. Take Hall' vV. H. Proctor Sjinday. Willie Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation Family Pills for constipation. and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the was 'with homefolks Shepherd Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. from Saturday until Tuesday. WHEN PRIDE 15 JUSTIFIED The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Several of the young people of the too many mortals are vain Buckeye section attended Far. tht GENUINE ALWAYS and self satisfied because of such "Holy Roller" meeting at this temporary mercenary advantage, place Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bears the Signature of and in their eagerness to display feun Sharp and children, of Paris that advantage at every opportunity returned home after visiting relaoften destroy their greatest blesstives in this community. Mrs ing, the physical counterpart tf Elizabeth bhepherd has returned sunshine, which is their owl aorne alter visiting relatives health. Neglected colds, irre2ulai Vernon. meals, overloaded stomachs ard Mrs. George Tredway visited her night revelry re.ult in shattered on, Emmit, last Sunday. Mrs. In Use Fop Over nerves, depressed vijror aud fat gut Sam Brjaut and children, spent Years THE CENTAUR COMPANY. 77 MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY. a'l of which invite decline anr Sunday with her parents, Mr. and disease. Mrs. Majion TieJway. Eld. J. Eacn person stands sentimental V. Riddle will preach, at Crooked at the portals of his own health Jrtek school house, near Solomon and he who guards, protects, Griffins', Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. strengthens and builds up a rugged John Tread way visited relatives in constitution is justified in pride ihe Buckeje section Thursday and and find therein his own recom Friday. CD. 0N fpense-t- he compaeity to enjoy the IT LOOKS LIKE A CRIME. fullness of life. PRACTICAL The strain of modern com- to separate a boy from a box ot UNDERTAKERS His mercial and social living taxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, strength and energy and in main- pimples boils, scratches, knocks, AND .spraius and bruises demand it 2 taining the highest sell efficiency and its quick relief for burns, E3IBALMEES 3 we should not only cultivate deep scald,, or cms is his right. Keep breathing, out of door exercise, it handy for boys, Mt. Vernon, Ky, also girls, healable and regularity and temperance in ad rleals everything Unequaled for things, but study the greatest ot Joes it quick. piles. Only 25 cents at Chas. C, 5g all physical power-creator- s which DavLs. jE E3 is body nourishment. Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of In this, EE work for the company. alcoholic preparations should be 3 carefully shuuned and such Hearse sent to all points ZZ Orders by wire promptly tilled. nourishment as Scott's which enriches the Emulsion 1 Manogerg blood and creates vitality by build E Office Mt, Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 2 Mt Vern 1 . 1 ing, healing and strengthening, should, be selected. lliiiilililillUlilliillliliiliiiiilUIiiilllilllillilililimillllilllii Home and office in the late residence Scptt's Emulsion is scientifically Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old prepared and is good for teething MainSt.,;;Mt. Vernon. babies, nursing mothers, growing children, the aged and infirm. It C. C. contains no wine or stimulant, ATTORNEY-AT-LAbut U wholesome and pure aud MT. VERNON. KY. has helped millions to regain health j"OFFICE. - On 2nd. floor o and sustain it. Worthless substiChurch Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of tutes are sometimes offered, but TheBankoi'Mt.Vernon.on street. Special attention given Faribault, Minn. She says : " Let me tell you how much Scott's Emulsion "is the genuine to collections. good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had pure Phone No. 80. to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a Old Cull. "It was a mean man bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had I once worked for during the taken a few doses, I began to feel better. war." Today, I feel as well as anyone can." Monk "What wuz de trubble"? UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Old Cull. - "Took the legs off the wheelborrow so's I coulden't set down to rest." contains f Mercury. Children Cry for Fletcher's Ty;. d" What is CASTOR A t. The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 2Lfc tDjKKBT CASTORIA I I 3 gCOUCH r Coffins and Robes. METAL! CCASKETS 3 3 pre-digest- W. T. FRANCIS, c Dentist GEORGE OWENS, Williams, Young Women Ml food-medicin- e. 3.O.M0CLARY TAKE W. A. COX, Phone 94-- MT. VERNON, KY When a medicine must be given old, stal- to young children it should be lion will make season of 1912 at pleasant to take. Chamberlain's my farm north of Pine Cough Remedy is made from loaf S&: Hill. Kv.. at S10 to insure a living sugar, and the roots used in its . a :iColt. Season money due when prepararion gives it a flavor simimare is traded or parted with. lar to maple syrup, making it ar lutely sound. This champion ARBU I Woman'sTomc Tk ... tt J r i-mi- le Xt VIV Stanford, Ky. isr rm Burns "white, clear and steady to the last drop. For t.ie sake of everyone in yio family. Insist on having occur. Care taken to prevent accidents pleasant fo take. It has no supewhoopfor colds, but not responsible should any rior cough. For croup and Chas. C. ing sale by April 6, 1912. JO FIN W. HILTON, Davis. Pine Hill, Ky. A Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and irregularities', peculiar to women,, which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, the signs of weak nerves and over-wor- k. For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. You will never regret It, for it will certainly help you. Ask your druggist about it He knows. He sells it Are you a woman? for Special Jnatrncttoas. acd Writ', to: Ladles Advisory Deot, Chattanoop Medldn Co.. Chattaaooto. Tcsn.. book. Hoiae Treatment for women.' sent ate. 1m ze - J J a Solite Lamp Oil Smokeless Sootless Odorless Costs no more than jn- lerlor tank - wagon kinds. Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer has It la barrels direct iron? Kcfiaery ur vrorKs OIL CHA3. C. Pa. STOLL OIL CO., lO'SV at Warrcc, Motor Oisolin High-Gra- LE. KY. - - Mr?l AoJo "Our bahv cries for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, ' writes Mrs. T. B. Kendrick, Rasaca, Ga. "It is.the best cough remedy on the market for cough, colds and croup". For sahrby Chas. C. Davis. r MR. PROPERTY OWNER-S- tp! Consider! 'Why not use the best possible when YOU pay the, bill? New Tersev eirl gets three R. W. DYCHEI months in the workhouse just beDENTIST cause she kicked a policemen MT. VERNON. KY. in the face. Policemen ought to be Office at residence on Main St ! taller. Crown and Bridge "Work Work guaranteed. Satire: "Yes, I am going to Specialty. kiss you when I go". "Leave the house at once, sir! cV The Sagfnaw man who has three wives has not 'conquered the world's supply of trouble. Most men-wh- o don't go on the water wagon on New Year's put it off until April 1.- A TEXAS 'WONDER. 33& $ipX 3X3eC are 3XCCCC lots of Drug There 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 and let us prove ourselves the one, Yours, kSM CHAS. C. DAVIS Hanna's Green Seal Stands for everything that is best in paint The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. - t STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE "HANNA'S GREEMAL PAINT Mkfc -- ft to Wear" FOR SALE BY NOE& DAVIS I Ut $w& i . - The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabets, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregularities ot the kidneys and Regu-late- s in boty men "and w.omen. bladder troubles in chibren. If not sold by your druggist, ?ill be sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. One smalf bottle in two months treatments and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from his and other, states. Dr. &. W; JEtall, 2926 Olive street. Louis, Sold by . druggist. J Mount Vernon Monumental fllOBB- anu and Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEO. OWENS 'JRropr.- ' -- Phone - f C M Manufacturer of JYlDEALER n Marbles Chas C. Davis, Druggist Phone No. 39 i " MT. YTRNON, KY. 3C$pe$&C3 Ail