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'j -: 1887 " NUMBER 29 larger crops will be planted this WITHERS LEVEL GREEN. year than has been for sometime Dr- - Hubert Isaacs, of Plato, has as the past winter has taught them The death angel visited the home a lesson that they will not soon of Mr.- and Mrc T -w t t r t v 1.3. .v ,; moved in one of Mrs. Ellen Browns ' forget.-Uf- ccle George Pope who; Monday April 8th. claimed for its houses we gladly welcome the Dr. has been in very poor health for victim their little son Gorman and his family-- Mrs. G. B. Law-chisome timeseems to grow worse all aged nine rence spent fiom Thursday until Mrs. Sarah Kir The burjal took am Mulhns will tbe time and is growing very weak. jat Red was in Mt. Vernon last Saturday Mrs. Mollie Durham and Mrs Ed by. Misses Lena and Roxie Mc- - is some better. Hill, Tuesday aftern-o- n at! Tuesday witb Wends and relatives Mt. Veraon.-- Mr. and Sunday. T. W. Tate was in Bell were in Alt. Vernon this Olure spent Saturday night and move bis family to Mt. Vernon this ,We. see a long letter and lull of- L oclock.-- Tl, and Mrs. lwr c t i ii vveaisiiKeio give up mis nieanlng and worth one hundred tended the singing at the scool house ,ilugene McWiIhams. of Bee Lick. most of last week. A week the Suest of Mr. und Mrs Sunday with Berta and Bertha wccK. tit. j:i:i.. Louisville nnmber attended. the Republican F-- L- - Durham. J. W. Tate was Kirby. Miss Rose Renner spent- family. Say, Cam von will still cents to the dollar in the Signal Thursday uight. Tile school will sPent Easter with the latters convention in Mt. Vernon last in Lexington and Frankfort this Saturda and Sunday with her be in the Eleventh. J. P. E. written by our old friend and close, Friday. -- There will be sing parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mrs. Sowder. the aired sister, Mrs. Pearl Bullock. Miss Diummonds was in Knoxville a school mate, Mr. P. H. Shutts. mg almost every night Saturday from here. Brown. Mrs. T week this week XT P i .. mn!liA vx " tT O H. Likins was in Mt, Vernon u,u"r ar. . Fannie Bullock was the guest of ie days last week Mrs. W. T. '" He surely struck the key note but C E. Mullins made a flying trip to Miss?s Lottie Denney and Pearl " Miss speuamg several weeks with h r Martha and Fannie Kirby, Mon- .Verimee, of Paris.Jwas visiting Mrs. how are you going to get people Berea and Richmond, last week. Hurst were the guests of their shopping last Saturday. Kit Harris was at home in Rich- daughter In the Hiatt section re day evening.- - Mr. Richard Brad- L eorge Pope the latter part of last interested who are joined to their Fred Mullins, was at Livingston, cousin Miss Lizzie Hurst Saturday turned home Tuesday. .v e idols and whose only thought is Sunday, Some attractions there, and Sunday. Mr. Mace Brown HA ley and Miss Fannie Miller were wtek. mond, Saturday and Sunday. Armitage, who has been with his . John MullinT4"hi's return ed from Almighty dollar thy shining face, W. H. Barnes attended tho. Remarried at the home of the bride I gness. Mr. Boh Mullins, visited remains very sick. ?,Iiss Mande station in Louis vtlle. brother, Mr. E. M. Armitage, for last Wednesday. Rev. C. K: a few-- ' weeks visit to relatives at publican Thy wonderful purchasing power his cousin Emmitt Anderson, Sat Thompson has returned home the past few days, left for Middle-town- , Ievel Giegq John says every Ppwn in tpy pants I will stick urday night and Sunday. Wednesday. George S. Durham Carmicul officiating. Their many Mis. ; after several weeks stay with Dr. Ohio, Tuesday. Mrs. A. J. tihing logics natural at our old was at home from Saturday until thee, deep, Gladys Anderson, is on the sick and Mrs. G. C. Price. Miss friends wish them much happiy. Sams For J need thee every hour. wa, Pike is in Corbin this week the ness. Master Elbert Kirby spent tamping grouqd.-r-J- . Mrs. J. M. Owens Monday list this week, G. T. Johnson of Dahlia Bailey was the charming in Mt. Vernon between trains Sat- guest of her son, Charlie Pike and first of the week with his grand- and L- - G, Falin weie in London A. H. Hamlin the Maretburg London, was with the merchant B miis ura ai. crown, last urday with her daughter, Mrs family. Born to the wife of C. ma, Mrs. Saaah Kirby. Mrs. Lqla fejaturday.R, S. Magrner ha- - a farmer was with us Sunday. Jim of this place Friday and wa;. uuuuy D,gni- . ana Airs. Rev. Eugene H. Frith, last Sunday, a boy. Calhoon, while visiting relatives positionirt the; dispatchers office at Fillbeck who has been living in one showing his new line of shoes. ,slH1 Price sPnt baturday and Frank Sutton. Mother and babe doing well. for thar Armrage filled his regular at Livingston, death cameand Louisville;anci.he left 6ryant city of the Section Houses has moved J. H.and'F. E. Mu.Uinf, have Sundav with Mrs J. L. Thompson. jt . Chas. R. Pike, of Corbin. was Q. last FriHay.--- 0. was to James Mullin's bouse on the bought and at tie Methodist tookjher little son, aged tKreSI shipped several car loads . Mr and Mrs- - Grover McMullins with homefolks 'SunSay. Miss river. Shsde Thomas has moved of spokes. Saturday and Sunday. jwith home folks last Sunday. Church, years. Mrs. Calhoun has the The recent tide has and llUle "aughter, Verla, visited W- - Shutts Easter Misses Jennie Davis and Anna U. H. Frith has a light case of .sympathy ol the entire commun Annie M. Walton wbojs attending to Crab Orchard. Miss done lots of damage to farmers, as M.rs" Viola DeBord was called home on were the guests of Mrs J. small pox. There is no cause for ity in her bereavement. -- - Mr. school at Barboursvilleis at home Tate Mr. O. D. Bryant brought a vj0. to washing their fencing away. W. Tate and. Mrs. W. F. Carter, any alarm on account of the small Jonas Pitman, of Level Green, fpr.a. few days. Wa.3e Graves nas (in with hm that has been handed There is lots of cattle dying through. account o1 the illness of her tbe Livingston Exchange down through the Bryant, families out this Valter pox. There Is no eaq.se for any vjsUed jjis daughter, Mrs. Saturday and Sunday. nce is mofceer. Airs. ij. u. part of the country. J. W. purphased slarm on account of. the smallpox tQc l'e as far as Plne Hill for 236 years as it bears the date of 804 Miller, of Mt. Vernon, was in spending a few days with her Cromer, last Monday. There has been but very little gardMiss Harry Lyons, situation here. The doctors has Ethel Capps, of Pulaski county and he intends to run a lire Irom 1676. Miss Alice Ward has re- ening done in this part yet. Mar- parents Mr. and Mrs. Andy to.vn Sunday. of London, was in town Sun- the matter undr full contro', and has been with her sister, Mrs. Livingston to Scaggs Cieek and turned from. Mt, Vernon where she ian Barnett visited relatives on Baker. Casper Williams Owens day. There seems to be some every precaution js being taken Robert McKinney for the past over Gauley Mountain. Say Mr. has been vi iting Miss Myrtle Bry- Rockcastle River Sunday. Ben was with home folks Saturday and " Sunday. d, isn't it funny to stand otf and. ant. Mrs. J. Fj. Woodall who has Mullins visited relatives attraction in Brodhead for the to prevent spreading. 4 num- two weks. of near Miss Lelia Mae McQuary who 3ae a political faght gq;ng on ip been assisting Miss KUa Staqley in Livingston London gentleman. The Rev, J. ber of our citizens are making Sunday, Herbert has been in school at London family of Wilinore preparations to put down their THE DANGER AFTER GRIP. the ranks of th; opposite, party?. her milliner shop ha.s returned to Anderson who has bten sick Carter and with returned home last Saturday.- - Dr. were the guests of Mr. J. F. Car concrete side walks. Little Mild- lies often in a run down system. Blame-- me if it dont tickle tns tq London. W. H. Oottongira, coal grippe has about recovered- - Miss G. C. Price left Wednesday for ter and family, and Dr, W. F. red Robins is quite sick. Mjqs Weakness, nervousness, )aci of death and some paiy Igaders yfill inspector, has returned from a tour-H- Pearl Anderson, visited her cousins Illinois. There will be services at Poplar Grove conHazel Reynolds returned to the appetite Carter and family this week. visited Louisville, Covington Misses Sallie and Ada Mullins, ducted by A. next Sundav energy and ambition, get the whips and try to drive tbern, J. Pike, of Brodhead. Mitchel Ward, of East Bernstadt, Brown Memorial School in Mt. with disordered liver and kidneys jn line but this :s qng'bf the tirn.es and Paris. C. J. fice was in Lon- Sunday. Sarah Mullins visited was here Sunday the guest of T. Vernon, Wednesday. Master often follows an attack of this they don't drie, Qf coiir.se theif don, Friday. 7 Farl Rice, who is Mrs. Gladvs Anderson, Sunday. AN AIR SHIP FOll THE ROCKThe greatest troubles are notqurs bqt it is H. Ward and family. Frank John Francisco is numbered with. wreched diseasg. attending school at Williamsburg, The railroad going up Rockcastle CASTLE COUNTY FAIR need then is Electric Bitters, tbe amusing to see men. tint alvvays Was at home Sunday. Born to the River, is all Ward, who has been sick for the , Me sick this week. Walter Rpb-pas- t the talk now. ASSOCIATION glorious tonic, blood purifiei and stuck so close together disagree so wife- of W. M, Warren, a fine girl few daysis improving. -- Rev. ins was in the Quail section tips regulator of stomach, ljyer and The Rockcastle County Fair J. A. Sawyer returned to Mark- - week on business. l'ijden Frith, kidneys, Thousands have proved sudden. Tt would not surprise on the fifth Mother and babe both Constipation brings many ail- - Association, of Brodhead Ky., ville last week. Little Mina Al- - has moved back to'the farm. tha they wonderfully strengthen us one bit if one side of the Repubs doing well. We think that in some ments in its train and is the pri- expects to give the public some- mary cause of much sickness, him. Mrs. 'Owen ft, Cass is telegraphing at the nerves, build up the system did not run an independent canc-datbright accompanied one of our letters in the pear future in the waV oI a special at Well if they do we Perns we will get tQ report a wedding Keep your bowels regular madam,, thJnK Ed Bell, of Liberty, is the guest Hemp, and Brack Durham fit Cra-- and restore the health and good and you will escape many of of her grandmother. Mrs Mollie Orchard. Ed Owens is in Louis spirits after an attack of Grfp. will inal?e a home run. Qeorge from this neck of tbe woods. We ailmenta to which women the traction this season, that will be are entirely new. There has been a Only 50 Nunley is tle third small-po- x It suffering, try them. Durham. O. V. Jarrett was --with ville at this writing. Conrtipation is a vftry great deal read about 'Air ships" would report it nuvy but we don'i subject, cents. Sold and perfect satisfact- patient in qu;! town. ? home folks, Saturday and Sunday. We don 't yant .togive and the simple thing, but like many simple but the people s a whole have ion guaranteed by QhasV"C. know whether this will be al' or things, it may lead to serious con Ingall Baughman,who Is located Lame Shoulders is nearly always telephone linempn might get .mad. sequences. Davis. ,. , 4.atore oiten needs a never had the privilege of witnessnot" but we' truly liQpe it will.' in Cooksburg with O. V. Jarrott Hue to rheumatism of the mm pips; Mr. Roy Fen wick was in Mt. little assistance and when Chamber- ing an airship flight in this section Farmers have at last got busy. Vernon, Monday, on business.- - lain's Tablets are given at the was here Saturday and Sunday, and quickly yield to the free ap- country. Rich- - plication of Chamberlain's Lini- Qat sowing, gardening aud other Mrs. C. Aling, of Philadelphia, is first indication, much distress audi of the FOR FLETCHER'S Master Richard Harris of This will prove one of the best WQfk has begun in earnest a.nd visiting IA mond, is with his sister Misg Kit inent, For sale by Chas C. Dayis her daughter, Mrs, C. H. suffering nia be avoided. Sold by ! attractions that any Association Rice, at this place. Mrs. James Chas. C. Dsvis. 'ill can give, and is a very expensive Ul. Walton, of Louisville, has returned SB BOeHBKSa Farm for Sale: Containing one This will as a matter of fact lIH !! HI home after a pleasant visit with her cause greater crowds than ever to -parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sam-b- r 310 acres with a five 00m house. attend the Brodhead Fair. half of farm in cultivation oks. Mrs. Maggie Martin, who About the balance in timber. This land In case of rheumatism relief has been very sick, is some belter. from Pain makes sleep and rest lays well and is we'l watered with Jeff McClure is supposed to be Th ?h,ai,.ied well- -. A good stock PossibIe: takiug small pox. Dr. Joyncrsays branches and hy applying Chamberlain s Lini- farm adjoining the town of Brod- - ment. Fcr sale by Chas. C. indications point that way. head. Will sell worth the money. Davis. Thomas Jones and Dave Smith Terms to suit purchaser. , Pr-r- r PURE-WOO- L PTiTTfl have traded- - places. Jones will I Mrs. Linda Benton FOR FLETCHER'S move up Roundstone Creek, and Brodhead, Ky. I I Smith will move into town. Dr. Amyx is attending the Republican . S. . Convention that meets at Corbin. The republicans seem to be getting busy among the "dear people", as that is the name the candidates call us in election times. Well, after is our to do things better any other store, and we one of the worst winters in sevaral All-Wo- ol, Silk-Lin- ed years has past, and the beautiful Serge Suit, have done by presenting this spring days have come, the farmKeep this in mind, this guaranteed to fade, ers have gone to work iu earnest; only you can hear the gee and haw on is well made and nice looking, and will look good .until is every hill side and everyone seems of Fred to be a pattern of industry NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE worn; out. the advantage in buying from responsible Mullins, of Mullins station, was in "We think this locality Sunday. house. wears well and pleases all the time. that one of Mother Eve's fair daughters is the attraction. Mrs. Woodson Bales of London, has been visiting Mrs. L. G. Falin for &nTrrrrTrrt wR the past few days. W. M. Napier will move his family to his farm in Daniel Ponder is Pord Hollow. they Meri and Boys are finding dead easy to get a house where his other building men the well-dress- ed iri the new spring styles here. oni was burned. Marshal Pen- M MEG nington has been reDairing his propand boys;, see the things we are selling every day im erty that he purchased from T. M. -m -' .if r z Dr. Sawyer's Cushion Sole A. Childress was in Mt. Dies. J. Buster Brown Selby l Vernon, Monday, on business. Walk Over the 145 styles and sizes of "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence shown in T E. Woodall, of London, was here AMONG catalogue, the fence user can now obtain fencing perfectly Tuesday. Mrs. L. G. Falin is vis suited to his particular requirements. "Pittsburgh Perfect" is the iting her parents at Pine Hill. portable, durable and resultful of all wire fences, and gives j -. m ld - Harris this week. Miss Clyde HANSFORD. LI TIN GSTO N. Watson left Sunday for Richmond Hon. E. B. Thompson wss in where she wil enter the State The farmers have gone to plowMr. Mahlen Summers who has a She was accompanied ing and making preparations town Friday and Saturday of last Norm"l for case ot.smalI.pox is some Maretburg bj Miss Minnie planting their crops. Leba-;froweek. Albert Albright, of M. S. genuine -nnn Junction, was in town Friday ,enry. Jr. and Mrs. J. Thos Kirby and family spent Sunday better at. this writing. The htfle of Mr. and Mrs. Theo Graves between trains. Miss Etta Moore K'herrj were in town Tuesday. with his mother, iJat - - I 1 " ! I -- - -- e - e. . Children Cry Q STC f I. ......, the.-name- s, . I PURE-WOO- L SERGE BLUE SERGE SUIT FOR MEN AT rpn j $10 than at $J0 CASTO R A It way it not BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Baking Powder made The from Royal GrapeCream Tartar ROYAL Suit it That's a It G lothcs for Men it i Boys what "PittsburghmPerfect: " want Watch SHOES "iidbby" Hats, Suits, Shirts, Ties, Hosiery and Shoes WALK-OVE- R .:o fence s6P up-to-d- &3s. Mtt'2&i 'i?r..' & SHOES New Styles in Mil I I l ""c- Lookfor nhe WilDvef S Oxfotds ' In waII W "Sign - $3.50&$4 Tmt mi 1 I I J ,. 7 I Sutton & McBce Mail o, ill M rI I S a .frfoJ 1 "w- ' L 1 TV Ke Wr T I y Orders Carefully - Filled- - yr.- - mmxkmm wumm I ALMOST A MIRACLE. One of .the most startling changes ever seen in any- man, according-tW. B. HolsclaWClarendon,', Tex., was effected years ago in "He had sucn ai his brother. 'dreadful cbngh," he writes, "that! till our family thought he was going' into consumption, but he began to use- Dr. King's new discovery, aud was completely cured by ten,bottles Now he is sound and well and weighs 218' pounds. For marly I years our family has jised this wonderful remedy for Coughs andresults:" Colds with, excellent It's quick, safe, reliable andguar-anteeErjce 50 cents and $.'oo Trial bottle free at Chas". C. Davis'," -- most adaptable, absolute satisfaction because, ceupled with our ripened manufacturing experience, it is the. culmination of close and exhaustive study and investigation of agricultural methods and equipment. Q farmers needs along lines of Kke old time iron wire, is used exclusively in "PittsOpen Hearth wire, burgh Perfect" Fence, and is galvanized with a thorough and even coating of pure zinc, which resists rust for the longest, time. All line and stay wires are ELECTRICALLY WELDED doubat every contact point, producing a perfect amalgamation of metals, andonly in ling the strength of the fence at the joints. This feature is found strength, -- "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence, and makes it unequaled for. toughness, and economy in weight and price. Every Rod Guaranteed Perfect Adapted to every FIELD, FARM, RANCH, LAWN & POULTRY pwpose -- r 'if d. 'WOE & DAVIS -&V f(b-gi t - - - -- .. M "TTV - p. - ifrfr ' !i " r 3&:J' v' iUitZA V r m ' in "hr r ir inn William E. Smith naS b&Sii feiONALj superintendent of con Mrs. 'Allie Cox, of fenider1, is struction for the L & N.-- witb Mr. Editor: Will you accord me Friday, April 12. 19:2 r Mr. head quarters at Louisville. ii ' a space in your most highly ap- visiting relatives at this plrce. ii Mrs. P. J. Un swell is slowly im- Smith lived with his father in M. preciated paper till I can descant Miss Ella Proctor, of Vernon many years ago. His Published every Friday by for a short time upon the merits proving. Richmond, is visiting her uncle father was supervisor ot this divison of the above named Mr. L. S. Doan. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. It is only recently that I have had Mr. Jim Proctor. - Mrs. E. G. of the road. It was at this place tne pleasure ot cultivating mis Miller, who has been sick for some and London where Mr. Smith as Rosa a boy began his railroad career as affable young time, is improving rapidly. and $I.OO handsome UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR gentleman's acquaintance. He re- Ballard entertained a number of a water carier to the section men. sides on the Old Abraius fai in his little cousins, Sunday. Mrs. When he was large enough he Advertising rates made known on about lour miles West of Crab Hou ry Smith is doing a good busi tackled, pick, shovel and spike application His avoca ness in the millinery trade at this and maul. Later was made section Orchard Kentucky. tion is farming and he deals in place. The infant child of Mr. foreman then supervisor and was stock. Seventy five head of cattle, and Mrs. Pall Moor is very afterward sent to the old "Short Mrs. Line" as road master. All these hogs, and sheep are bought by him and is not expected to live MEMBER OF Nancy Boring and Mrs. John positions were so satisfactorily KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION every week from the farmers and way cnllid on friends and filled that he was made assistant stock raisers of Rockcastle county Tread relatives at this place last week. superintendent and then appointed and brought through to Lincoln H. L. Smith is some better at division superintendent at Birmcounty and sold here and thus h this writing. Mrs. Lusie Pen- ingham where he has been for keeps the stock moving and the BE He will have charge money stirring among the people nington, of Bertha, called on Mrs. some years. Lizzie Ball, Wednesday. J. B. of double tracking his road in to their great advantage withqu exorbitant profits to himself. Let Proctor's baby is some better at Tenntssee and Alabama. this writing. Mrs. Effie Ballard Every village, every community us encourage one so liberal and spent Easter Sunday with Mr. Mike Hagan.a telegraph operator on Louisville Times gets in the has its bunch ofsoreheads. Every industrious and keep the stock and Mrs. Giov. Johnson, at Burr. following "dig" on tne county MAN driving and rtade thriving. time anyone attemps to do anyMr. Bill Anglin, of Dispuatanta. Fountain Fox Bobbitt. operat trl thing for the community the sore was visiting friends at this place Just as a great many of us smile heads get out their hammers and of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Nothing pleases thero, BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL first at the efforts of some foreigner in knock. J. M. Laswell speut Saturday and their struggles with the English They nothing satisfies them. The girls of the school enjoyed Sunday at Beroa with Mrs. It language, so the country operato'rs nurse a lerpetual grouch, and nioihor Mr. Geo. Johnson, hojjs in egg hunt, in the woods Satur are arousing. they grunt and growl like the of London, was calling on the hours in day. "During the baseball seaso j, late they are, twenty-fiv- e that Sally Re' nolds is a new boarde: uierch.uits here first of the week. in the. afternoon, we hear them only oue thing the day. There is -- Mr. S. F. Shell was taken to calling from all directions and and that at the dormitory. worse than one sore-hea- d and Richmond, Tuesday, to undergo asking, 'Who won the baz bam gag? If anything is The members of the sev nth is two an operation. Mrs. H. jr Jewel's (Who won the baseball game?) going on the sore bead butt in, eighth grade Shakespearian read: from Versailles is visi-oin- g No, 'baz bBtn gag' is not code; it is ham' operator lingo, or poor and if there is any chance of it ing class, together with the Shakes laughter Welsh-Morroher this week. Mr. Oppie Morse. being a success he tries to make it peare class ot Owens theL. & N. agent, was a failure. Nothing pleases him, school, and a few others, were She A Boston woman state.1 calling on his best girl Sunday. nothing ever could please htm. entertained at a Shakespearian nearly all hig'ily educated Mrs. Mary Miller spent Sunday that If he had a billion dollars in gold party Friday evening, by the women are knock-kneeGames with her sou James Miller ot given him he'd kick because be teacher, Miss Watson. He I am from Missouri. Langford. Wallace Laswell was had to hire a couple of teams to ippropriate to the nature of the Kentucky did not get a direct haul it home. He was born kick- jarty made this one of the raost in Mt. Vernon Saturday on busi. lelightful events of the school oess. Uncle Harrison Reames primary law anv two soon. The ing, and he will die kicking. Ht have a biithday dinner on the 4th need of it is strickingly illustrated hates anybody that is successful, year. Three of the High School girl and a host of friends and rela- in the reports from the Republi-caand never has a good word for county conventions which He ha assisted at the demonstration be tives were present. All report a anything or anybody. fore the Home Economics .Club most enjoyable time. The Far- were held throughout the State not only a sore head but he has a , wnen you ieei imxy. J Stretchy. Half Sick. mers Union Store is doing a fine last Saturday. There are contests sore-bodand in tact he is a Saturday. One Blue and Out of Sorts, look to tbo Liver; It 13 The High School domestic business. There will be preach- from many counties and the air is human boil, and just about as Torpid. Save pleasant as most boils are. It you science class will give a luncheou ing at Maple Grove, Saturday thick with charges and counter and Sunday condncted by Rev charges. see any dust in the graveyard after Friday, the second of a series. ff Gice yourself a note May thirtieth has been set as Dillard Parker. l &. RnrnrTTFFPTMf; he is buried, you may know that he M for $1,000, due in Bu8lnes3,Phonography Remedy Ton Need. Plan to four years. is raising it. Whatever you are the day for the High School Comr - 2,n$&v' TYPEWRITING and - la 13the invigorating mencement. Previous to this will tonic for There are V, It an don't be a sore-bea. TKLKaRAPHY off in monthly tW v pay it a torpid liver. Tne first dose 1 brines improvement, a few days 'iLBUR R.SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE we regret to say female as well is be the eighth grade commence ipstallments of $20. Int. EaJ I (rtill Coltrrr .. CalnnltT. use puts the liver In fine vigor- PrrS'Ient luui yrrs of ezpe rirnce in mercantile male It's very easy ment, an entertainment by the Deposit your payments I honk'ns 32 Tara ulucatine au lm!ae. lo mice 'FJTKntur 10.000 ' UU3 cuuuii.uu. lictuiug Influence For Infanta and Children. now. tcnd3 its restorative ii j.)n diH woni-,to become a sore head by getting undergraduates and the annual in this bank, on savA to the stomach and bowels. It i helps digestion and food assimi- into the habit of knocking every- spring recital of the music The Kind You Have Always Bought, ings account. la tion. nuriues the-- bowels ana-brings bacK the habit of regu- body and finding fault with every Students. Bears the The deposits you lar daily bowel movements. Gamma Sigma presents the Signature of FOR FLETCHER'S When the stomach, liver and thing and everybody around you make and the inter ifl bowels are active, bilious im- and giving credit to nobody for followirg program this week: . purities no longer obstruct est they earn will give functional processes, the result anything good that they do. Don't 5ong Columbia Society of which i3 renewed energy. you a nucleus of a mental activity and cheerful nurse a grouch, don't be a per Bible Reading Arizona Coldiron larger fortune; your spirits. petual gloom, chase the owls and Piano Solo' Bernice Landrum will next thousand Price 50c per Bottle. English SQUIRREL is a combined stallion, 4 years old full 16 hands bats ojt of your brain and ge Recitation Winnie Hinkle come more quickly and JamesF.Ballard.Prop. St.LouIi.Mo. hisrh. 3 white feet and star, a beautiful bay with hijjh style and action, subject Encourage Reading some sunshine in. Miranda Purcell to registration. This young stallion will make the season of 1912 at my barn more easily. Use Stephens Eye Salve for 6 Office at Season money insure Hiatt Sore Eyes. It Cures. everybody to do the best instead ot Song Glee Club ltn miler from .Vr-i- Post .n fnn Inrl $10.00n to nntitn a living colt. O Iran ..a V..WI..A n nnl t Save 1.000 at this i.1a lnv rejoicing when they do their worst. Recitation Bertha Litton accidents but not responsible should any occur. He has proven himself a good Sold And RtcowwcNDip Bat bank. Becrin to do saddle colts. Give a word of cheer and praise, Students paper Sadye Richards breeder, ins colts biing large, NOW. Pbdigrke: Sired by Kentucky Squirrel 2623, by Wood Squirrel 2622, "by it for it is the oil of human sympathy Song Massa s iu the cold, cold Black Squirrel 58. lbt dam Nellie Duddern Reg. No. 3663, by Van Meter's King 739, bon of Silver King. English Squirrel's 1st dam sired by English ground that makes the world go around - Society TJie People's Bank Huuter, he by Abdallah Messenger, 1st dam of English Hunter the Wm. Lusk CONNBROWN A. B. FURNISH without lriction. Make this your saddle mare (the best saddle mare ever in Garrax-- Co.) by Davy Crockett, son 1 MT. VERNON, KY. HOME ECONOMIC CLUB Brown-Furnis- h of DennyN Drennon, by Inip. Drennon, 2nd dam by Highlander. Abdallah motto "if you can't boost, don't NOTES! Me&oenger sired by Messenger Chief (sire of Maud Messenger 2.16i Jake 2.30 f knock." Mind we are onlv refer-in- g W.G. TIAKER. President. and 7 others better than 2:301 1st dam busie bv bentinei. The Club held its first meeting We do a gjneral Real Estate s Black Jack with I will also at the same time and place stand who makes a J,P E DRUM MONO, Viec.-P- . to good breeder, at $5.00 to insure a living mule and jjlouuness; handle town and farm white points, heavy boned, F. h. THOMPSON, Cashier. A business of knocking everything at Langdon Dormitory on Saturday 53.00 to insure a living mareamule. property, do abstracting and afternoon. April 6th. 1912. pass on titles. ff CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash. that is good and neglects to knock P. C. LEAR, Hiatt, Ky. IfyouwanttosellJistyourprop-wit- h The demonstration in the preanything that is bad. There are us; if you want to buy we can save you money. plenty of things to knock in this paration of foods was conducted Oscamp of the vorld that need knocking and ty Miss Mariou ought to be knocked, but don't be domestic science department of HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FUR? AND HIDES a universal knocker of those in the Brown Memorial school, assisted by Miss Eila Carson. Wool on Commlnlon. Writ for price This meet little community in which you m m;nrm list mentioning this ad. u live or you will soon degenerate ing was devoted, principally to the uses of milk and eggs. Pea JOHN WHITE & CO. and one sore-hea- d into a sore-beacan blight a home and a bunch of soup, cooked eggs, boiled custard gelatine containing sore-heacau blight a whole and prune these ingredients were attractively community. yet simply prepared, served and their food values explained; and YOU do not run your buggy, automobile or Charles E. Booe, former em- especially recommended for the other machinery till it squeaks aud griuds ploye of the Auditor's office, diet of young children. and cuts itself to pieces. You clean and oil it convicted of embezzlement, was meeting t"e orgaiiiza often. At this paroled last week by the Prison You should be as" caretul of your watch. It tion ol tlje Club was completed Commission. 'The parole was is small and light and can not speak loud when and the names f sixteen member based on the largest petition ever enrolled. Miss McCord it is dry and needs cleaning and oiling so it i generously liable to cut and wear and need attention betiled before the State Prison tendered the usa of tl e assem ly fore you kuow it. You may not know it till Commission. room and the Doraesttc Sceiwe where you wil the watch is completely ruined and stops. jfudge Booe had served, in equipment of Brown Memorial us examine Brine your watch to us and let January last, three years of th School for the use of tne it with our strong, glass to see its condition always find listed the best of goods, which club, thirteen year sentence for em which was appreciatively ao accurately. We will show you and explain rpt d . bezzlementof money from th the exact condition. of profit Goods are sold for fair The next meeting will be held The monev State treasury. and adjusted Every .dieu should be thoroughly cleaned and at 2:30 p. m April 20tb. e once in each year. Take proper care of your watch ana i win iasi taken was above $35,ooo aim Club will gladly welcome all T and soldjright are the kind of who you a lifetime. quite a good lot of it was re are interested in the subject of Consult us on all WATCH DISEASES. always pays -- goods covered from bondsmen, against Home Economics. some of whom cases are yet 1 Motro has always been to give Golden Seal: If you have pending. Booe as claim clerk in the office of the State Auditor, shy Golden Seal (Velio w Root) for $&d$D$ij customers the very best goods was enabled to covor the stealin sale, t r expect to collect the wild through several years by means roots during theseason, write me possible for the money. of a defective voucher system. as I want seveial hundred ihous-m- d for planting pnrp ises. The commission also released customers for the pat1 I Address J. W. Sears, another noted prisoner in the of James H. Parrish, the P. O. Box 563, Somerset, Kentucky. and asking a continuronage in the IB I former O wens boro banker. Par- March 22 4!. , the rish was serving a five-yea- r ance PUTS FND TO BAD HABIT. sentence at Eddyville prison for 'Things never look bright t COMPLETE LINE very truly, ;' receiving deposits after his bank one with "the blues". ... Ten to. became insolvent Parish had one the trouble is a sluegish liver, Coffins, Caskets and Robes. been confined for abont three 1 ing the system with biliou- All Mart Telegraph or Tele .? poison, that Dr. King's New Lift Vernon, yearsj phone prdera Promptly Pills would expel. Try them Let the joy of better feelings enc Filled. Barber "Shall I go over yonr "the blues". Best for stomach face twice"?" liver and kidneys 55c at Cbas. Fred, "Yes if there's any IeV C. Davis'. rsL-s- u-t ss-s- ir nz&z. 1 . ; - wy. j - - v - - m . - .a, - T - - . a MT. VERNON SIGNAL S. 130AN; EditOf Mt. Vernon t. ORLANbo r -- rii ' 1. fc THIS i SPACE LONG 8. B. McKENZIE THE FURNITURE Watch Every Week Las-well- 's sore-head- s. w d. n HERBINE Way to $J,000 d. sore-head- s. CASTOR A Z&tfZ j' Children Cry ,. 1 . . 3 CASTORIA $ t ENGLISH SQUIRREL aj- I well-form- ed f) d Realty Co. sore-head- I FURS AND HIDES SSSSgZ'. 1 ift .1 d, ds DON'T ABUSE YOUR WATCH JONAS McKENZIE 1 KE AN EYE ONTHIS SPACE EACH WEEK, margain re-oil- a bought right FRANK MOORE &&mxm that it Our to our to buy. GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER fib rod head Ky -- 1 pt-rso- n 1 Thanking my past future, I am in Yours JONAS McKENZIE, Ky,; Mt. i $dic$3ic n Lhm ,- )$&j$lfj4fply3( s J, r - 0 3 ar vrgn MT. L jrrijniftgifi TZTftjE; . - iforSrfaj; funniirWtiriia Ww. mjtftai .i, r- - " --- -' Ti TlW-'- - ;C-- V IflrfERNON V&non,Ky., A woman likes to pose before a A onnA MHHik&r 'frnm trtflfH fttiH Lincoln Pennington was here glas5j a man does his posing behind Monday from BertharOUntv : t one. Geo. T. Johnson and Bev Evans t ' ; J Contractor Chilton will have the April 12, 1912 A cat and Jim Rickles caught' were down from London WednesPike completed at an early date. SIGNAL h awKiTi 1 1 m mawtmsmam mmmaai 795 up "No. 79" wnen ou wao tto SIGNAL Communi oot with 79 day. j tOUISV'LLC & NASHVILLC R R CO. TIME TABLE. SSrucrtn 24 norm ' ci3 south 11-3- 4.46 pm 3:53 a m an 8 2l South Phone No. 58. Entered at th as Mt Vernon, .ftorid-clM- s 12:19 am Ias. Landrum. Agent. Ky. Ptwtoffice mail matter. - PEfrXONAL- Wm. Thomason ts erecting a new dwelling. Miss Ella Francis has been very sick this week. MendeH Mullins is in Paris and Cincinnati this week. Frauk Longmire was at home Sunday from Tennessee. A. B. Furnish mide a business has been earnest endeavor and always will be, to sow R trip to Maretburg Tuesday. seeds of satisfaction, in the firm belief Master Austin Sparks Durham such a policy was very sick Jirst of the week. will make this the can result in a harvest of business Misses Anna Tate and Virginia reliable clothing and furnishing establishment in this Davis ppent Easter in Brodhead. Robert and C. C. Cox were in cpuntry Louisville Wed. buying goods. No matter what price you pay me for your SUITS, your aKolute J. Fish was in Louisville to atsatisfaction is considered above everything. This is the "Shop of Satistend the big convention and buy faction." No reasonable man is permitted to leave here unsatisfied. goods. 1 It is my honest conviction that if I could sit down and talk for just Russel McKenzie Proctor has one-hal- f hour to every man in this country personally, I could convince been telegraphing. at. Loretta for a ' . you that I could save you from $2 to 5 on each suit you buy. I could lew nights. Cleaning up Days, Friday and dirt has yet been discovered. A. B. Furnish bought, of Dr. R. However, there is something quite show you how my coats made with concave shoulders will fit you closely Judge J. T. Adams, continues Saturday April 19th and 20th, W. Dyche, the lot on Main street as deadly and that is apathy, unless though slightly on the sick list, at the collar and give you a appearance. I could point fire took place in This office will begin work, next the clubs, the towns, the men and where the improved. $iooo. It has been reported of my coats cannot break down or crumple, out to you that the fronts week on catalogues for the Mt. women and children are aroused to Misses Anna Tate and NoTa that a hotel or bank building will because they are made with a special, unbreakable construction stayed Vernon Fair. activity, becoming' veritable chas? Jones are visiting iu Winchester be erected, and strengthened where the strain comes. You would understand why Ask vour neighbor about the old ers of dirt the State which is tut this week. J Rhope Island Reds:--Eg- gs home, will not be benefthe larger Ksh " can beat all other stores to a frazzle on prices, You would Uucle Henry Fish has returned reliable Globe Fertilizers aud then a setting of 15 5o cts. Please give ited." realize why other stores with a burden of charge accounts on their books from a two weeks visit with rela-tiv- get it from Fisb. We are informed that the Gov- 3 days notice so as to have all are obliged to make a stiff profit in order to make good the bad bills they at Stanford. The Berea and Disputanta tele ernor' sppro'ves the idea, the plan fresh eggs ou hand, r can't collect. You would realize that "Fish " sellini more suits in one Our efficient L. &'N. Night Agt. phone line has been completed and the day. J. M. Evans, Cleanliness and has been on the o the latter place week than the average merchant does in a year can very well cut down Longford, Ky. J. J. order, are the essentials to all civic Mch. sick list for some days. F. L. Moore, the jcwelrr, has beauty. To graft the ornamental the. profit and still make enuf to keep the wolf f ;om the door. Why not For Sale: Oue new band made Miss Willie Francis entertained begun the construction of dwell upon dirt and rubbish - is contrary spring wagon, built for rough roads or the first time you are in town, and let me tell come in to see me y the litile folks Sunday afternoon ing on his Jot on .West Mxun street; fo-a- ll principles of improvement. and hard service, fofsale at bargain yon my story f ace, to. face I You'll understand it belter than if I tried to -with an Easter egg7 hunt. " " civil authorities become, if taken' at. once Let 'Address Vour friends will be looking, for tell you here In printers ink. clean-u- p idea apd Dr. and Mrs. R. 'W. Dyche and' you at the MT. VERNON FAIR imbued with the L.P, Cook, give the club women an opportunlittle daughter, Mina Bess, are in AUG Carriage maker, and 9th. Will you be ity. Louisville for a few days. Mch. 224t. Mawood, Ky, there?. ''Just introduce tbe, washing tub of Livingston, Miss Alice Ward, Kentucky has cities, towns All the crushers, including Cluro, In government and there's the and villages of 992 was the guest of Miss Myrtle are running during this pretty 100 or more popularub Bryant Saturday and Sundey, tion each Rockcastle stiows up weather giving employment to These wou:en, bent on purifying, Will Brypnt is home from Spring manv workers with Mt, Vtrnon 1010, Livingston Oh, how they'll keep the suds Lakewheie be has been doing 685, Pine Hill 50, Brodhead 477, Want to trade a thorough bred telpgraph work for a few months, New Jersey heifer 2 years old for a young Clean streets, clean alleys and Conway 200. Wildie too. was in Louisville W. M. Price York has the largest number ofj cow with calf. clean marts. any state, 2500, Deleware the Wednesday looking after a carAll the Mrs. J. T. Apams. to the Clean halls, clean fences and he shipped least 99. load ot staves which The Woman s Club desires to clean hearts. Loujsville Times. these. Tafts friends were much in eviThe Town Board desiring to be thank the Town Board for i'S D. Brant, Sam Pennington, O. in line with all efforts tending tp dence here at last Saturday's conmv vwvwwwwuwv: Harry Bowman and Joe Childress courteous response to its request better conditions in our town took vention armed with butcher knives . Days. for naming Cleaning-u- p ft .. ::: ( were up from Livingston first of action at its last meeting setting pickaxes, grubbing hoes, scythes, ...... The Rockcastle County Medical C9 the week. apart in connection with tre froes and all sorts of ugly weapons A paper was up from Society met yesterday. Dr. W. F Carter Woman's Club Friday and Satur- determined upon taking the scalp Brodhead yesterday accompanied on Tuberculosis was read by Dr. day, April 19th and 20th for of Teddy of the Big Stick and they " ' .OC9 by his father who is now a citizen Lovell, extracts from .which will general cleaning up days. They raised it too so far as this county CO ' appear in our next issue. oa is concerned. In fact the hat was of Brodhead. """"" direct that all rubbish which tends ail " r Mrs. Roy Beasley gave an Easter to disfigure the town or imperil kicked over the ropes and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. West arrived cO ei) a shoit visit to Mrs. party Saturday afternoon in honor the health of the community be hunter's reputation was knocked Monday for 09 One removed on West's parents. Atty. and Mrs. C. of her Sunday school class. days if aot about until worn to a frazzle. Not Cf) evan a protest was raised or a reof the enjoyable features of the before. C. Williams. . e3 C9 quest made that they "quitta Mrs. Tinsley accompanied Rev. evening entertainment was the egg 34 The Republican convention of kicking his dog aroun'. Tinsley on his last Sunday visit hunt. eo and were guests of Mr. aud Mrs. The Rockcastle County Christ- last Saturday was purely a one The Woman's Club will hold its ..69 sided affair or at least it was regular business meeting at the Cbis. 0. Davis. ian Bible School Conventien will 99 of a Taft crowd, that the home of Mrs. Cleo Brown Friday J Vernon, Sundav Dr. Grover C. Price le,t Wed- be held at Roosevelt followers if there were evening April 12th: at 7:30 o'clock The program will nesday for Kemp. Douglas County, May i2tb. 93 any present, kept perfectly mum A full attendance is desired as this 111., where be will probably locate probably be printed in vhe rext 99 A and every thing went to suit the is the annual election of officers for issue of this paper. in the near future. crowd. The delegates to the the ensuing year. The program is Tatt es " Andrew Baker, a substantial Special services at Presbyteria n state convention were instructed a to as follows: . farmer of Pulaski" county was Church Sunday morning; subject to vote for Senator W. O. Bradley, Roll call, responded to by a current .. 90 here during the week to see his of discourse "Personal efforts of eoa Judge D. Cochran and General event. Members are asked to -4 father, Uncle Harris Baker. Evangelism". Singing by Mr. James Breathett for delegates come prepared to respond in this Tudge L. W. Bethurum, Atty. Michel. Congregational meeting from the state at large, and George E. R. Gentry, Sheriff T. j. Niceley alter services for the purpose of D. Florence and C: C. Wallace way. iand Hon. E. B. Thompson went installing pastor. Re. Michel of Richmond as delegates from . The Parliamentary Drill will be ou "How motions are made, stated to Louisville Tuesday for the Con- will preach in the evening. the Eighth Congressional district. vention. Supt. J. W. Kincer requests us The following; were named as dele The Art Committee, Mrs. W. J. Hen. J. N. Saunders was here to announce that he has the seed gates: ' Sparks chairman, will have charge after - some corn for use by the boys in the 'looking yesterday S. D. Lewis, T. J. Nicely, E. B. of the literary part of the. program. matters connected with the R. M. corn growing contest for Rock- Thompson, L. W. Bethurum, 99 The people of Mt. Vernon were Co., bankruptcy pro- castle aod would be glad for those ..aa K. Flour Hugh Miller, D. B. Southard, J. surprised Wednesday when ceedings. '. who desire to enter the contest to Fish, S. S. Daily, H. H. Wood, greatly a message was received anqouncing Miss Claudia Dodson will leave please call at his office in the S. F. Bowman, E. &. Gentry, W the marriage of Circuit Court next Monday for her home at Peoples Bank and get same. M. Bullock, Hardin Moore, Dr. Clerk Hugh Miller to Miss Sarah Tell City Ino., to be gone a week Arayx, tfeo S. Griffin, J. Lawson, of neai Paint Lick, GarDr. . 0. Davis is adding to the - 30 and be present at the" marriage of beauty of bis property by M Adams, J. T. Adams, U. G. putting rard county. Mr.,r Miller left Mt. her brother. Baker. in a concrete curbin. Vernon iuesaay presumably to Mr. and Mrs. Paris Sowder were 09 This is an improvement wh'ch Alternate. answer a pressi.ig business call at Louisville Wednesday to have the Doctor has agitated for some' in J. S. Langfocd, S. Cv Davis, W--. Richmond and so it was. Mr. and M "99 their baby examined, which Dr. time for the south .ride of Main A. B Davis, Shirley Tare. J. T. Mrs. Miller left immediately for as Barbour pronounced to be suffer street, not only for the beauty but Bowling, A. N. Bentley, John Louisville where they will remain ..90 iag with Asthmal lor.the real protection of the small Robins, J. L. Thompson, Dr.Dyche, u- -lt Cnnliin nhan fVloxr mill .).... 690 90 Mrs. Molhe Durham and son, embankment against the heavv -- "Prank Catron. Wm. Pnmminc t to Mt. Vernon and go to house- - till 90 90 M Brck,.of Brodhad, and Mrs. Cora rains. We trust others will follow H. Ward, Lewis CooDer. Gus keeping in the home recently" pur Bell and little daughter, of Liberty, 'the splendid example of Dr. Davis Staversou, P. H. Shutts, H. J.. chased by Mr. Miller on Newcomb Sa.M ) are with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. and extend this curbing from Fish's Mullins, D. Cummins, J. H. Cum- - vAa we, pxtpnfl ucstri) rTcm- j corner to Richmond streat crossing, mins. z. V gratuutioo. Dorha. The town board is having repairs is an unlucKy number then Aransas Pass, Texas. The first itccording to one of- our townsmen made on streets and ditches and two do real estate hustling while O52 is the biggest hoodo of them will continue same until fund is exhausted. Conn B. dishes out the law. all; thus: its first two figures 65 Two farms for sale. For further D. C. Pointer S. F. Bowman, W. contains five 13s; and adding 6 T. Davis and C. H. Mullins spent 5, and 2 gives another 13 making nformation apply to, c. H. Frith, last Wednesday fishing near Lang- - 10 of that much feared number. Feb. 23 4L Brodhead, Kv, ford but .we have been unable to The new giand stand at the Mt get a report of their catch from Eggs: S. C. Red Leghorn eggs Vernon Fair as well as the other of them. either buildings and grounds, will be at ,jocts per setting of 15 eggs. Mr. and Mrs. Camper Adams beautiful. The plans call for a Romk Graves. ' are visiting MrT Adams parents grand stand 144 feet long with a Mch. Wabd. Mt. six foot walk way at top. Mr. and Mrs. S. H Martin. Sec. For Sale: One nearly new 18 Adams says the report that is beiug Gentry is about the busiest nan rn bp boiler and engine, and band saw circulated that his father and town these days arranging things complete. Will sell worth the mother, Mr." and Mrs. Rome the new fair which promises money. K. J. McKinney. Adams were comiug back to Mt, to be a great success. Apr. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Vernon is all a mistake; that his The proposition to have Apr J k White shoes and. father has a good job in Harris-burg- , and 2o as general clean up oxfords for ladies are the proper 111., and has no thought oi 19 days in Kentucky has met with no thing this spring. Those at Fish's coming back to Mt. Veruon opposition. Opposition was not have more style and service to contemplated for no advocate of them than others at same price, LOCAL Conn Brown is a member three Mrs G. B Lawience was visiting altermon within the minutes. relatives and friends here during the week. Remember Selby Shoes are the Mr. Bromley of the firm of Fish only speciality line o! wonn n and Bromley at Stanford was here shoes in town. You wear Selby once you will wear Selby always. on business Tuesday. Sutton & McBee. Atty. and Mrs. Geo Brock, of London, were with Mr and Mrs. James Lawrence has made fou Ht-n- e good wagons this winter. E. S. Albright during the week. says $ioco wouli Mifiicient Rev. Gecfge S. Watnn was in Lancaster daring the week to capital to start a small factGrv Presbj terv. with sufficient capacity of turning attend the Tran.-y'van- ia Mrs. Helen Brooks, of Paris out three wagens per week. underwent a serious operation in j Grading work by W. J Sparks Lexington hospital a few days Constructing Co., under the r tumor of the breast The vision of Frank Longmire, James j Mullins ard patient is doing nicely. R. A. Whitehe?d is Conn, Campbell & Brown is progressing nicely on double N. south of Nashville. of the firm in which our ing of L, sp.-.ceSuper-sincefotrack-the"style There is a straw hat for ;ou at Fish's. The style and price 's right. Work has not yet started on the big proposed cerueui works at Pine Hill. AS YE New cleat ion in Ladies skirts, all new Spring paternv SuTT n & McBfb G.t into one of my doubly pnarantetd spring snits and you'll feel better. Ftsh. See the new Springs fciuit?, new Hats and Walk Over Oxfords at "Sutton & McBee. Fish's special $3.50 and $4 00 shoes tor the young man who wants to be well dressed. M, YE 1 in If 18 - For a Quarter of a Century my that that It 29-3- t. most fr U Nq-Buc- Feb-Pric- broad-shouldere- d e es La-vrenc- e 2Q-7- t. to-da- 7-- 8 AROUND CORNER NEXT COURT HOUSE oovcvc .9sees8eea3: ........... ...... vaavwvwwvowvvwwvwvv I i ' P 04 n the-bea- t9 w M-t- . ith the coming of the Beautiful Spring we know that every lady will want a nice new suit, and we are prepared to show you the greatest .09 '99 W.. 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 9i gs. - ((.. ( L -- V" 2"" A.H. HAMLIN LIVINGSTON, KY, j .as ..9 .30 : .0 -- liiiaHiiHS88iiiisssss8sss8S8sg8gss ;&C--- '-- "" ''-ir- x , t ." J53iT? - :ni V. icto-'- ?-- ". ) r :l -- . "wszs&rvvtmk '3 r rS7KSpn"iMjjF- - frr Ts5f"'' ! Wy Vfe.jtM y-- ; '. 2 l- - rSs5gSfegSS53P . ii. . fe BHWARJU OF t 15? ,Uu , ; ci - T r""i tr muA TtffiiVif . Bi J ', sajnuaj? 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'3 'BH snu30 jooi auojs 'jooj JIJBqAJJsqD aii- -ij inn -- 3 'SWJ3) SJI APO& dlJ, MOtf Yesterday Tc.day To-morro- w ouly a vision, YESTERDAY is but a dream, well lived makes every yesterday a dream of hapbut a vision uf hop . Therefore to day, piness andevery y bring your account to not jester lay nor TO-DAY w to-da- THE BAtfK OF MT. VERNON Thn our hope is that all your moneys will bring you happiness, and prosperity, and all your renollectious of yesterday will brinsr you greit satisfaction and all your dealings and with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. THE BANK OF MT.VERNON, C C. VERNON KENTUCKY WIT- W. L. RICHARDS, Ca-bie- WILUMS, President. r. fimliMP OT0LOAD1NG SHOTGUN I 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 ! JPemngtonrUMC the perfect shooting combination. -- P and simple parts JE Send for Descriptive Folder REMINGTON ARMS-UNIO- N 239 Broadway, New York City METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. tStm mm 1 ; UHDETAKB JSif!l4 All Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of Hand-mad- e I f 1 I 1 the County orders by Wire Promptly Filled UINTMRNTS COVE FOR CATARRH THAT The fine conibinalion stallidn, jdnab Bryant of the Buckeye CONTAINS MERCURY. Rocket Pea vine, will make the season of 1912 at the stable of as mercury will suiely destroy the station, called on his best girl at Misses Roy Beazley in Mt. Vernon, at sence ot smell and curapletely this place, Sunday. derange the whole system wben Mattie arid Fannie Riddle were 10. toiusurealivingcolt. Money due when colt is foaled, mare entering it through the mucous the guests of Miss Mattie Owens, Such articles should Sunday. Tames Bryant, who parted with or bred to another services. never De used except on prescript- - has typhoid fever is convalescent, horse. Due care taken to preMiss Winnie Falin, who is at-a- s vent accident but not responsible ions from reputable phvsicians, the damage they will do is ten tending the normal school at should any occur. The Blind You Have Alwayj Bought, and which has been fold to the good you can pos3iby Richmond, Was with home folks Description and Pedigree. in use for over 30 years, has home the signature of (JaTar h , from Friday until Monday. Rocket Peavine is a beautiful bay, derive irom them. Hall's and has been made tinder his per-by F. J. Wi'lie Shepherd was in Mt. VerCure, manufactured sonal supervision since its infancy. full 16 hands high with the very Yt Cheney & Co., Toledo. O., con- non, Monday. Miss Myrtle Mau-utiCUi Allow no one to deceive von in this. best of feet and lfcgS. Is a horse All Counterfeits, Imitations and, "Just-as-gooare hut no mercury, and is taken of Wildie, visited relatives in of fine style and ac i on, both under tains Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of directly upon this vicinity last week. Little saddle and in harness. Has the internally, acting Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. the blood and mucous surfaces ot Miss Susie Riddle, who got her best disposition of any stalion 1 In buying Hall's arm broke last Thursday is getever saw. Can rack or trot a the system. Catarrh Cure be sure you get the ting along nicely. The infant three-nlinutclip. Will be preCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pareinternally child of Mr. and Mrs. Pal Moore, pared for the fairs after the genuine. It is taken goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It and made in Toledo. Ohio, by F. is very sick at the home of Mr. contains neithei Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic season closes. Testimonials and Mrs. Marion Tredway. Mr. I. Cheney & Co. substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms Sired by Tom Peavine, he by Sold by druggist. Price, 75 and Mrs. Plees Ramsey and chil and allaj'S Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind free. Infact 2:05, by Electioneer 2:26, Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation Take Hall's .dren, wre the guests of Mr. and cents per bottle. the sire of 166 colts, with records and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Family Pills for constipation. Mrs. Jasper Owens, Saturday below 2:30. Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. and Sunday. Miss Lid a Baker, The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Tom Peavine. first dam wras by WHEN PRIDE IS JUSTIFIED. of nearOrlauda, visited her sister, Peavine and was the dam of the Far too many mortals are v.in Mrs. Henry Tredway, Saturday GENUINE ALWAYS 's great Rex Peavine. Rocket and self satisfied because of such and Sunday. Mrs. James Bul dam was Mollie 12 7, by temporary mercenary advantage, jBears the Signature of Sunday Pit Denmark, he by Rattler, he and in their eagerness to display lock and children spent A. Falin. with Mr. and Mrs.'W. by Vernon Black Hawk. that advantage at every opportunity Misses Edith and Maude Adams Second Dam by Walker's Grey often destroy their greatest bless visited their grandmother, Mrs. Eajle. ing, the physical counterpart .( f Third Dam by Stonewall Jack-so- n sunshine, which is their own John Grider, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Emmit Tredway, were the health. Neglected colds, irre ular guests of Mr and Mrs. George Fourth Dam by Copperbottora. meals, overloaded stomachs and Parrett, Sunday. Monroe SinJ. S. LANGFORD, night revelry re?ult in shattered gleton, o Mrodhead, was in this In Use Fop Over Years Mt. Vernon, Ky. nerves, depressed.vipor and fat gue vicinity Thursday on business. THE CENTAUR COMPANY. 77 MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY. all of which invite decline and Miss Onie Silvers spent Monday disease. blLVER DARE with Mrs. G M. Ballard at Mt. Silver Dare is 6 years old, 16 Each peon Stands sent:raenlal Vernon. Mrs Ollie T Bryant is hinds, saddle and harness stallion. at the portals of his own health visiting her daughter, Mrs. S. Will make the season of 1912 at and he who guards, protects, B. Ramsey, at Mt. Vernon. my stable, one fourth mile of strengthens and builds up a rugged smninimmmmmiHnmuiwuimmnimmmmmHimniK IT LOOKS LIKE A CRIME. is justified in pride Hiatt post office, at $10 to insure constitution CD. VERNON a Hung colt Season money be- and find therein his own recom to separate a boy from a box ol His enj y the Buckle.i's' Ainica Salve. comes due when colt is foalded or pense-t- he compacity to pimples boils, scratches, knocks, m PRACTICAL m ire sold or parted with or bred fullness of life sprains and bruises demand it to o her stock. Pedigree: Silver of modern comThe strain UNDERTAKERS p.j .T, . 4apaP- fct and its quick relieT for burns, Dare is by Dignity Dare 1982, he mercial and .socul living nxes Keep or cuts is his right. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 3 by Chester Dare No. 10, he by strength and energy and in main- it handy for boys, also girls. AND 2 B ack Squirrel 58, he by Black taining the highest Htals everything healable ana EMBALMKES 3 Unequaled for Eagle 74, he by King William 67, we should not only cultivate deep does it quick. Only 25 cents at Chas. C. Mt. Vernon, Ky, h'i by Was hi gton Denmark 64, breathing, out of door exercise, p les. ;. Uavi he by Gaines Denmark 61. Dig regularity and temperance in a.l METAL1 nity's first dam by Liziemont, by things, but study the &reitest of FOR FLETCHER'S us which Welchmont No. 6367, he by Wil all physical power-crea- t I ; Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of Si Iu " this, liam Welch 361. Silver Dare's is body nourishment :5 work for the company. first dam is by ailver King, he by alcoholic preparations s'io i.d be Hearse sent to all points Ontime, he by StonewallJackson, carefully shunned and huvh ST Orders by wire promptly rilled. uourishme it as Scott's h i y Washington Denmark 64. which enriches the Emulsion M anaser JACK. I will also stand a go )d bipod and Creates vitality by build young Jack, full In hands high ing, healing r' And strengthening, Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 Vern 1 , 3 and good heavy bone. Is black should he selected. Scott's Emulsion is scientifically Piiiuiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiuuiuimuimuimummuuuuuu with white points. Will stand Home and office in the late residence prepared and is goo'l for teething Jack at $8 to insure a living colt. babies, nursing mothers, growing Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old All rare will be taken to prevent children, the aged and infirm. It MainSt.,5:Mt. VernOD. accidents but will not be respon- contains no wine or stimulant, sible should any occur. Same but is wholesome and pure and C. C. has helped millions to regain health terms with Jack as with horse. ATTORNEY-AT-LAWorthless substi.tain it". R L SMITH, Hiatt, Ky. and mi are sometimes offered, but tutes MT. VERNON. KY. Pnonein residence, Brodhead Ex. bcott s limulsion is the genuine IOFFICE. - On 2nd. floor o pure "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to The Bank of Mt . Vernon , on Church TOM COVINGTON. Jr. attention given street. Special women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 11L "For is a dark bay. black points, 16 When a medicine must be given to collections. t nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. hinds hijih, foalded April 1908, to young children it should be Phone No. 80. I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, Chamberlain's sired by Allen Quartermain, he by pleasant to take. our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so Tom Covington. 1st dam Maude, Cough Remedy is made from loaf thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am 2nd dam Gray Eagle. Tom Cov- suear, and the roots used in its never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in ington, Jr., is a combined saddle prepararion- gives it a flavor simi fine health at 52 years." maple. syrup, making and harness horse. He posseses lar to fo take. It has no supe-it UNDERTAKER and EMBALMEP pleasant all the five gaits with speed, grace rior for colds, croup and whoop and act'on He is a true typts of ing: cough. For sale by Chas. C. the saddler in beauty of motion Davis. and form; is fearless and abso- BURR RCAJKEf'-PEAVlNB Children Cry for Fletcher's f s, TJil, d" e What is CASTORIA Pea-vine- CASTORIA 1 The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 CafcJUc L 1 CMET 1 1 3 g self-etticien- cy Ch.idren Cry C ASTO R A W. T. FRANCIS, 1 CCASKETS gCOUCH g Coffinsjandjiobes. pre-digest- ed 3 Dentist GEORGE OWENS, Williams, -- Couldn't Walk! food-medicin- e. - 3.0.McGLARY TAKE tl. U I WomarfsTomc W. A. COX, Phone 94 S MT. VERNON, KY . lutely sound ' li n will mike season of 1912 at my farm north of Pine Hi 1, Ky., at 10 to insure a living c .It. Season money due "when mate is traded or parted with.' Care mken to prevent accidents but not respmsible should any i-mi- BE Y"--2,Y- kvvv. l 1 v a3 W W Smokeless Sootless Odor- less Costs no more than in-tank-wac- on S ferior kinds. Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer has It In barrels direct l-l IhhbJ JVHH ' nV V VE Lamp BJiliyfcvlSolite .CTrlrv. v. Burns "white, clear and steady to the last drop. Foe the sake of everyone In the amlly avinginslst on LKrf ISVaSwv' At ) EsH-WfHHHR- occur. 1 - Oil B. Oa7"2 BK5jxf- - I April 6, 1912, B fasamBHamsMSsa CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO., i XCUVAJT n.. IliJIfi.ika Motor Caso'lna, W..'.. TCAAVAA. troir 'vur works IQUISVILlE, KY. "No-Car iiiCL3 rRJB Aoto OIL j JOHN W. HILTON, Pine Hill, Ky. J Hi T7.. A. Ilieb-Grad- o "Our bahv cries for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,'' writes Mrs. mT B. Kendrick, Rasaca, Ga. "It is the best cough remedy i the market for cough, colds and croup". For sale by Chas. C. Davis. o-- rmrj- anna s "THE -- reen oeai TO-WEAK f PAINT" The work at the quarry is going on very nicely, since Mr. Overbay is boss. Miss Winnie Falin, stu- of the Richmond Normal School, Ky. visited her parents Easter. Mis ses Mary and Katie Kain, stidents of the Brown Memorial School, visited relatives Easter. Mrs. Eva Falin and children, are visiting Mrs. Falin. Johnnie Kain was in Livingston to see his brother on R. W. DYCHEJ Easter. Miss Watson wants the school on Chestnut Ridge, she is DENTIST MT. VERNON, KY. a first class school teacher, and we all want her. Maryaud Katie Office at residence on Main Si Crown and Bridge Worh Kain, speaks highly of her, she Work guaranteed. Specialty. is their teacher at the Dormitory. Sallfe Mullins left yesterday, for Tennessee, we regret very much, to give her up. Mr. Kain says he Isr very proud of his two daughters, who are goiug to school at Mt. Vernon, to the Brown he says they are Stanford, flEHHES We have thousands of such letters, and more are arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who have tried it, surely proves- - the great value of this vegetable, tonic medicine, for women. Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, give it a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a million others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredients, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs. It is a good tonic. Try it 1 Your druggist sells it Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Chattanooga Aledidne Co., Chattanooga. Teaa., book. Home Treatment for women." sent free. 58 for Special Instructions, and se eCXXC $ZHiCg&3ee $3$p&C& I3gD3e33 JQ33rp& ; cms. C. DAVIS 3XXXCX3cc' ol, just doing tine A TEXAS WONDER. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabets, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregularities .of the kidneys .and in boty men and. women. . Regulates bladder troubles in' chibren. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on "receipt of $1.00. One Small bottle in two months treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials Irom 'his and other states. Drr 5E. tW., 'Hall, 2926 Olive street Louis, Mo., Sold by ; druggist. 1 Has stood the test of time and has been improved in quality with the passing years. Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not evca Jiw-- subject with reference to the quality cf the point to He used. -- -- "" v EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. goo TEST THE QUALITY. Mount Vernon . f Monumental . is a difference. "ea to eara me composition; of the paint you intend to use; Ther 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. Tryus and let us prove ourselves the one. Yours, i The printed formujfeappear of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. ". "on- - eyery .package i Manufacturer of iVlBEALER n Marbles la tbek product, Tn,,s,anceQCe080ofai'ld attests" the coafideace the makers have FOR SALE BY rl NOE& D AVI S S! &. T k .. &? nJJvj&jfJ2g Granite Monuments Estimates furnished kinds; on application. . GEO. 0 WEttSPropr. " ' Phone 112 ami and of . all 3iCsS33!8Ci3S& Chas C Davis, Druggist Phone No. 39 MT. VTRNON,. R Y. y(p& -- L7 .w'.ifi 1' . "5r; ' - , n-- iSjcV .W - . a. -- ., J (F - t . '