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A. is proving to be a first-clas- s Ward, of East Bernstadt, was secretary. He has closed con-vyiH VVrd and family, Sun- - tracts already for more atrae Beazley, of Mt. Ver J. Mr. Roy d non, was in town Saturday. Mr. day. U. B Ca:s left for Knox-an- d tions, sold m P. L. Durham and little ville, Tcnn , faatjrday, to join the for better prices than any secrc Mrs. son, Austin Sparks, were visitiug army, but we not.ce tbafc he is at tary in the history of the Rock relatives here Saturday and Sun- - home 8gain. Misses Kit Harris castle County Fair Association. day. Brack Durham and Owen and Nannie McWhrrter spent Tue right man in the right place Sunday at Hiatt of Miss it seems. E. B. Newhnd is iu Cass ere in town last week. a I'arrie Boyd. Wheeldon Bros., Richmond this woek Clarence Mrs. Com Bell, after spending weelc viith her grandmother, Granville Owens and his son, Roberts and Governor Frith made Mrs. Molhe Durham returned to Byron, were m Mt. Vernon, Mon-he- r a flying trp through Indiana and George day. R. L. Collier, of Crab Or-- Illinois on the wild goose chase home in Liberty. Durnamwas at home Saturday chard was in town Tuesday. On order last week, bat have re and Susday from Sparks Quarry, last Tuesday there were more turned home. bee Arnold was e wagons in in town Wednesday. Snpt ". W. R. H. Hicks is working a crew of ; than fifty & N. R. town by ten o'clock a. tu., and men concreting for the L. Kincer was in Mt. Vernon, WedR. Co., and is at work near Bos- -' each one left town well loadtd. nesday. Mr. and Mrs.L. C. f ton this week. He returned ou B odhead is rather on a boom East Bernstadt, were on way. J. R Cass, the rail Sunday morning's early train the early train Monday, accom-jau- y panied by his wife, who will have read agent informs us that there to' Illinois to make their fuis at least $1000.00 worth of poul-Mis- s charge of the boardiug cars. ture home. Maurice Farris was Pearl McWhorter. who has try and eggs shipped from this in town Jast week. B R. .Wilmott been attending school here for point weekly. More than twenty-som- e is'th'e champion fisher so far He time returned to her home, five years ago people would caught a black lass Wednesday, in Berea last Saturday. R. S. ' the timber in this country is weighing two pounds and ten Martin, the tobacco man, has been gone" and now Judge A. . Hag- - ounces. very sick ior tnc last weeir, out. gard who is buying ties for 1 he wo are glad to say that he is bet j HarnioatTieUn., pays near looo. THE DANGER AFTER GRIP, ler. and hope that he will be able a week fur ties alone. Beside, ' es often in a run down svsteih. to be out again. J. h,. Wallin, the yards are covered with Jogs, Weakness, nervousness, lacs ol special agent for Q. & C,, vuth lumber, heading, telephone poles, appetite energy and ambition, headquarters at Danville w; s at cjrd wood and spokes, and judg- - with disordered liver and kidneys ing from the way all kinds of tim- - often follows an attack ot this honie the first of the week. The greatest wreched Homer allin was here last Sun- - Ler is coming in to this point now, need thendisease. is Electric Bitters, the Joe Carter, of there is undoubtedly enough to day as usual. glorious tonic, blood purifiei and Telico Plains, Tenn., is with his last 100 years. Mr. and Mrs regulator of stomach, liver and parents here this week. Rev. E, Larkin Hicks have moved to the kidneys. Thousands have proved M. Armitage filled his regular ap- property recently purchased that theytwonderfully strengthen pointment at Pittsburg. Saturday from W. T. Evans. A series of the nerves, build up the system and Sunday. Rev. T. C. Duke, of meeting will begin at the Christ- - and restore the health and good Mt. Vernon, held a lew daysjian church on the 20th of May, spirits after an attack of Grip. meeting at Chestnut ridge last conducted by the Rev. Combs, of It suffering, try them. Only 50 week. He also filled his regular- - Morehead, and he will be assisted rents. Sold and perfect satisfactappointment at the Baptist church, by the Pastor W. F. Rogers, of ion guaranteed by Chas. C. Davis. Miss Louisville. Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. A. J. Pike Ward is on the sick list' turned home the first of the week Farm for Sale: Containing this week. I. R. Storm, who has after spending several days with 200 acres with a five -- 00m bouse. About half of farm in cultivation been . for the last three weeks her son, Charles, in Corbin. is able to bn out again. Mr. and E. Bullock, the saddle and har-Mr- the balance in timber. This land Maurice Pmctor are with ness man was here Tuesday. C lays well and is we'l watered with A good stock Chas. H. Frith who has had a light case branches'and well"- town of Brodhome f Iks this week. farm adjoining the Chandler was in Maretburg, Sun- - of small pox is out. It is feared head. Will sell" worth "the money! dj-- y. There seems to be some that some, other memers of his Terms to suit purchaser." . Mrs. Linda Benton attraction in Kab'.t Town for family will develop small pox too. Brodhead, Ky. Robert Taylor, of John D. Pike, of Lebanon J Charlie. was thegiest of Lei tion, was with his parents here John . E this week. A. M Hiatt, cashier I handler, Sunday. FOR FLETCHER'S s home for a few days of the Citizens Bank, of this place, was at tlnust S. two-hors- Far-ris.'o- en-rou- te J s-- i -- si-v- s. r, unc-Miretbu- r, E.-an- 'Jaildren Cry oA m RA I SCI Warm Weather WARNER'S RUST- "clothes" Warm weather is here at last and you must have Warm Weather Clothes You Our Clothing business has grown wonder-fulldue to die fact that we .sell better clothes for less money than you could get elsewhere, Every Suit that comes out of our house is the work of ART created by ARTISTS in the y, CORSETS 50c to $5.00 will see our suits worn by all careful buyers. Dr. W. T. Amyx attended the Roebllug, the famous bridge HANSFORD. builder, Major Archibald Butt, big show at London Tuesday. W. M. Odell, of Blanche, is Military Aide to President W. H. J. A (ihildress, Emmet Quinn Brother Clouse filled his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taft. Fletcher Femours, Clarence and S. E. Pennington were in Mt. visiting his at Mt. Pisgah Saturday Vernon, Friday. Mr. M allien J. D. Hall, this week. Miss Moore, Alfred G. Vanderbilt J. B. and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. SamSummers is rapidly improving, Lizzie Howard is the hello girl ' Thayer and many others, The disaster will beat in money uel Barron SDent Saturday and and will soon be out again. The at the. exchange this week Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Liviugston Lumber Co., will Wade Graves, of Sand Spring, damage upwards of $20,000,000, Southard near Bloss. M. G. Kirbv start their sawmill in a few days, is here this week repairing the in addition to the loss ot the and lamily spent Sunday with Mrs costliest ship ever constructed, a telephone line. ine jorce came in ounaay irom Mr. and Willie Bustle, of the river vast and valuable cargo also was Malissie McPherran. Ford Ky Oscar Argen bright Mrs. Richard Bradley, of Sand has returned home after a visit section, was here Monday. Well lost, as well as riches among the Springs, visited Mr. and Mrs. T. to relatives in Cincinnati O. Mrs. at last old mother earth has put' effects of passengers. M. Pullock last week. A, Vice President Franklin, of the w R. J. Lemrnonds and Jittle daug! ri- - Idhaarreen dress .and down here Misses Martha and Fannie ter Elizabeth has returned from m the Eighth every thing looks .! International Merchantile iVarine Kirby spent last Friday with Mrs. Louisville, after a weeks visit lovely now since vegitation has Company, thought Titanic carried W. M. Bullock. Willie and James appearance again we sixteen life boats, accor odatine with relatives. Mrs, T.'j. Pen- made its feel gaily. The old girl picked from fifty to sixty persons each . Adams, ot near, Ml. Vernon were nington and children has returned Wireless reports received by in this part Sunday. Supt. J. W . from a visit, to relatives at Mt. a lot of staggerweed Tuesday Kincer, of Brodhead was here Vernon. John Mullins was in and cooked it with a hog joel and White Star Line today indicated last week on business. Mrs. Rose memory old that male rassengers had been Mt. Vernon, on business. Mr. itl brought to our Barran spent Saturday and Sundav and Mjrs. Buck ffownrd have re- times. Say boys it will not be saved, as well as the women, as is with her mother Mrs. Sarah case in such disasters the turned fiom Jellico Tenn., where long until old brindle and pide ever the Kirby. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Mcthey have beeu visiting Mrs. can ,roam over the hill sides and unwritten law of the sea prevailed Pherran are the proud pareuts of women, children and helpless Howards sister, "Mrs- - Right A- take care of themselves then a fine girl named Viola May. rnoldBorn to tberwife of J. H, the farmer will be released from were first carried to safety, while Mrs. William Kinley, of Nelson Everything Captain and his crew remained Pickerson, on the 12th. a fine girl. another burden. Ky., has been with her mother behind. The wireless operator Jeff Heilard, of the Gauley that the farmev fed to his stock Mrs. Melissie McPhe-ra- u for the stuck to his post to the last. Brpncji sectiou, is very low with was purchased at the store and at Misses Berta & Dast two weeks. prices that would almost make pneumonia fever. Bertha Kirby were the guests of angels weep but thanks deliver-enc- e OF M. Ko ure is makicg preparation J. Misses Martha and Fannie Kirhy has come. Tuesday and TITANIC DISASTER last Sunday. George McClure, of to build a dwelling, house on clean-udays the lot that he purchased from Wednesday was near Bloss, was in this part last H. M. Mink. Mr. aud Mrs. Dave in iiivmgston and tne town New York, April 1 6. -- The follow- Saturday. Lindsay will go to housekeeping officials got a move on themselves ing is an approximate statement in Mrs. Hagan's property on Mtiin and hauled all kind of junk out of the Titanic disaster: Constipation brings many ailments in its train and is the priFirst-cabistreet. C. C. Howell the restau of town and worked on the passengers, 325. mary cause of much sickness. rant man was in Brodhead Sun- streets and now we believe we SecoLd-cabi- n passengers 285. Keep your bowels regular madam, will see where the town tax is Third-cabi- n day. Fishing has begun in earnest pas;engers,7lo. and you will escaoe many of the aoingi Some have complained and it seems that all are' taking Total number of passengers, ailmenta to which women are they have paid town tax for subject. Conrtipat'on is a vry an active patt, So far as we hare that years and want to know where 1,320. simple thing, but like many simple been able to leat n Bernard Ilagan Members of the crew, 860. the money went and what for. may lead to serious conand G. W. Martin are the 'champ Total passengers and crew 2,180. things, it sequences. Nature often needs a We believe the present officials as they i.ever go Number of known survivors, 868 little assistance and when Chamber-Iain'- s ion fishers, will use the money to the best without bringing in a good string Number who probably perished Tablets are given at the finuey tribe. Mr. and Mrs. advantage and .be able to give an 1.312- first indication, much distress and of the of ever dollar and this J. B; Bourne, of Lancaster Ky., account should be done. Some Total uumber of named sur- suffering may be avoided. Sold by is what Chas. C. Dsvis. are visiting their daughter, Mrs, vivors, 328. within the town of the roads Approximately twenty lifeboats Fred Neighbors. -- Miss Carie When Charles P. Tatt, brother limits are almost impassible and WedGraves, ol Paris, wast-er- e manned "by seven members of the J of the President, sent a message nesday to attend the ifuueral of a reguUr mud h'ole. Mr. and crew each, 140. from the White House for a little. Elizabeth Graves. T. B. Mrs. John Argenbrignt after Estimated saved steerage passen tran .cript of the record in the Maj. Dohlgythe ' Irish operator,, is spending a few days"towith rela- gers,'4oo B. B. Ray case, a few days ago, Lebanon visiting his brother, Pat, in Lex tives have returned Total 868. Churman Helm; of the committee ington this week. Uncle Georgj Junction Mrs. Alvm Uanco is Named survivors. considering having hm sutnmond visiting her sister, Mrs. John First-cabiPope is better at this writpassengers: as a witness, but refrained because Shearer, atParis. Albert Hamlin ing. Chai ley Mullins, of Mullins Women, 141. , of anticipation of the cry of was here from Maretburg SaturMen, 63. station, was here Fridayj and "politics " day. S. G. Franklin, L. & N. Saturday to see our merchants Children. 6. watch closed his inspector Lame Shoulders is nearly a'w i.vs Total, 210. quarterly inspection the loth. Second-cabi- n riue to rheumatism of the nimcles, passengers Master of trains, W. O. Dilley, and quickly yield to the free apWomen. g2. of Lebanon Junction, was in town plication of Chamberlain's LiniMen, 16. Wednesday. ment. For sale hy Ghas C. Davis Children, 10. Died April 15th. little Elizabeth Total, 118. Graves, daughter of Mr. and Twenty five cents is what h;s Total number survivors named, Mrs. Theo Graves. She was 2 campaign for Congress from the years and 2 months old and was 328. Third Pensylvania distiict cost their only child. She was laid to There will be preaching at the Dr- - Moses Steam, of Philadelphia " rest Tuesday in the Ward bury- Livingston Presbvterian Church. according to a statement he filled ing ground to await the resurect-io- next Sunday morning and evening with the clerk of the House morn. The bereaved family by the pastor, Rey George S. of representatives Satnrdav. have the sympathy of the community. Blessed are the children who die in the Lord, they are taken home to glory to reap their rewaid. nt --- LIYlJIttSTOlN. NEAR-STATEMEN- T p n n PROOF n profession, of I W "' made of 'pure-wo- ol fabrics, made in the very latest styles, die styles which have just come out in the fashion centers of America This is where our clothes arc entirely different from the ordinarv Readv- to -Wear Garments', GUARANTEE SATISFACTION or money back goes with Clothes-makin- g, 0wmb . . RustPrgoJ" Get Eiffel Silk Hose 25c to $1 00 ?-- ALL COLORS FOR MISSES each Suit Prices : i 'yJGEmxM j ALMOST A. MIRACLE. One of the most startling changes ever seen in any man, according to "VV. B. Holsclaw, Clarendon, Tex . was effected years ago in his brother. ''He had' such a treadful congh," he writes, "that all our familj thought he was going into consumption, but he began to use Dr. King's netf discovery, aud was completely cured by ten bottles Now he is sound and well and weighs 218 pounds. For many years our tamily has used this wonderful remedy for Coughs and Colds with excellent results." It's quick, safe, reliable and guarPrice 50 cents and $1.00. anteed. C. Davis'. Trial bottle free BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE ROYAL 'if 'Mi $10 $12.50 $15 $J7;50 and $20 .WaMver.. LOOK FOR THE Walk-Ove- r- Two, miles beneath the surface of the sea of F.. Mg. Grand Bank's bfNewfouodland, lies-- the. White Star Liner, Titanic, which went flown early Tuesday morning approximately three o'clock after having rammed an iceberg at 5:25 The great p. m. on Monday. "vessel, which was the largest afloat .was on her maiden voyage to New 'York UHy, and carried besides a crew of 800, some 3,000 passengers. The number of souls be lieved to have perished is estimated at from 1,200. to 1,500. 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All line and stay wires are I III I I Stn f III Vs I7 ml ftjej Sutton McBee fif selby known that a large number of the jpassengers and crew were . picked tip by the. Cunard liner, Carpathia or other ships. Among those reported lost, are' men of great L wealth and;djstinction. 'The list ijncludes Col "John; Jacob; Astor, Wm. T. Stead, the great English newspaper and Magazine writer; v. ELECTRICALLY WELDED of metals, and doubat every contact point, producing a perfert amalgamation fence at the joints. This feature is found only in ling the strength of the "Pittsburgh. Perfect" Fence, and makes it unequaled lor toughness, sUeitnh. and economy in weight and price. f Adapted to every FIELD, FARM, RANCH, LAWN & POULTRY purpose Every Rod Guaranteed Perfect SEND LS YOUR MAIL ORDERS -- Biajaaiinugfenheira, 'Harris Washington Henry B. VmmmmiimBSgS2SSSSgS5ES TTT? , t -- .v- .,. Dodge, Col. AtcJdbMffcrftCWf, Col. Washington - NOE & 'DAVIS 1 .jm: 1 "I "!Vi- "K- - an in di 111 1 inatai li i i"Mrs i& ifH Si-T- ; g SlrTiivwiaigag RiiorJE . &. . -- .,-. - , MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, April 17. 19 12 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, UBSCRIPTION ONK YKAR $I.OO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ACQUIRING A GOOD-WILSpeaking of the high cost of getting a start in business, a friend in a near by town tells us that the sum of $5,000 is asked for the "good will" of a certain small concern, exclusive of stock and fix'tires. The business is supposed to pay 2,coo a ,ear inclusive of owner's salary. It costs so much to buy out an established I usiness, unless the same is forced on the market, that starting a new concern comBut monly seems more hopeful. ifin the old time way, a man simply hangs out his shingle and waits for trade to come, the prime of life may be gone before he gets it. The same resnit can be bad in a fifth the time by efficient advertising. Enterprise and truth felling are the qualities that draw trade. To prove that he has enterprise, and is Tide awake enough to protect the customer's interest, a merchant must Ukethe initiative and make a vigorous push for business. A newspaper advertisement can be placed in every home for 1 per cent, of the cost of perso.ial solit It is read when people are at their leisure, in a mood to listen to what the merchant has to L according to. Weather Bureau forecast and the Government and Stale engineers cannot for several weeks yet afford to relax their vigilance in- the fight to cont.ol the floods further down toward the gulf. Capt. C. O. Sherill, chief engineer in charge of the rivei work from Vicksburg south to the mouth of the river aduiittei. Saturday that it was a fight largely upon weather conditions. "We probably - will win. il weather conditions are favorable" he declared. But the weather conditions were not favorable Fridaj and Saturday, when rainfall Wat general over a large part of tie Mississippi Valley, with more than two inches recorded in places. Regardles--- , however, of the re suit of the great and costly figLt being made by Federal and State Government along the swollen stream, it is believed there can be no great loss of life in any event. The people in the territory en dangered by the highest waters in the history of the Mississipi, from Vicksburg on the south, have been given adequate warning. The property damage, too, will be largely confined to the drowning of cattle. The cities where the flood crest is yet to be recorded are not apprehensive. d ADDITIONAL LOCAlS. Next week is Circuit Court. F. Kruger says that unless a hotel can be planned for the corner, where his building was burned, that he expects to rebuild this year. Select Boone county white seed corn $1.70 pei bushel. R. A. For Sale: Schrader, d lixtracrtrbui paUbf read uetore 7 Eggs . the Rockcastle County Medical a setting of 15 5o cts. Please give ...Society, April it, 1912, by A. G. 3 das notice so as to have all u,t"i fresh eggs on hand. Tuberculosis is a contagious J. M. Evans, and infectuous disease. It is in Mch. 29 7t. Langford, Ky. digenous to every part of the globe AMERICAN INVESTMENTS where man or monkey may be IN MEXICO. found. It is no respector ofpei-son- s, Many Americans are emerging sex age station, or previous rom Mexico just now quite well condition. Its diagnosis is easy satisfied to get out with a com- and its prognosis is certain. plete skin. Whether it be a curse or a blessA tew vears, reckoning ores ing in disguise, championship and crops at their value on this among diseases goes unchalenged. side otihe line, it was easy to It delivers over to the Angel of figure out a "get rich quick" Death more victims than jnacy profit on paper. other diseases combined. with a lot of these From the Therapeutists standpoint The trouble of medication, it is neither schemes was that the assets are ot .worth much it any dark preventable nor curable; that is skinned tramp can come along there is no system or ictjdicaticn Even now! that will cure the disease 01 and burn theai up. towns on the frontier have an render a person immune. From a underlying conviction of law and Sanitarian's view point, it is both order that as a whole is absent preventable and curable in a large measure. ia Mexico. We are admonished to obey the If all the money put into Hazardous Mexico undertakings laws, of health and thus ward off :ould have been kept at home, disease, but we hear the admonievery state in the union would tion so much that it has become nave seen new enterprises start on only a bombastic expression that means little to the profession and its own soil. Who knows Before sending money out of the less to the laity. country, investors should not look when he is living strictly within only at physical resources. They the laws of sanitation? Of toying should also consider - the laws, with some dread disease, seeking social institutions, and popular to burrow its deadly fangs in its habits tint are needed to make flesh? There is no subject with which resources valuable. Four per cent in a home bank, backed by courts the physician has to deal that is and public opinion is better than comparable to that of sanitation. cleanly habits, 40 per cent., if it is protected Clean quarters, pure air, sane or common sense only by your guns. dress, nourishing food, and good habits. These, all together, and in all their fullness, contain the I only promise of a successful war-tarTor Infants and Children. against tuberculosis. The Kind You Have Always Bought . rrrrem -- Island Reds . 1.1 i,r . .- - 3fc . - THIS 1 SPACE BELONGS r S TO 8. B. McKENZIE THE FURNITURE MAN Watch It Every Week v. CASTOR A e Apr. i7-3t- . Livingston, Ky. Breeders take notice, J. S. Lang-forwill give $100.00 for the best stallion colt sired by his horse Rockett Pevine., See bim for par ticulars. a.-wel- In case of rheumatism relief from pain makes- - sleep and rest possible. This may be obtained via by applying Chamberlain's LiniFor sale by Cbas. C. 'm ment. James J. Hill, chairmau of the Davis. Board of Directors of the Great Bears the Signature of a When you feel Lazs Sick, Stretchy. Half Blue and Out of Sorts, Torpid. B f say. Good advertising gives an impression that the merchant is alert and energetic in meeting public Golden Seal: If you have needs, and a public impression of any Golden Seal (Yellow Roof) foi lhatkindisa "goodwill", having sale, or expect to collect the wild a large cash value. It is like roots during the season, write me money on interest in the bank. as I want several hundred thous- Those who subscribed for the pike and have not paid had just get ready or suit will be in stituted. The Fiscal Court Wed nesday ordered judge Lewis to institute suit at once against ever) one who subscribed aud have failed to pay. l Returning to our starting point and lor planting purposes. JamesF.Ballard.Prop. St.LouIs.Mo. train believe the phosphate deposits if instead of paying $5,000 a year more easily. Address J .W. Sears, Use Stephens Eye Salve may prove or near Georgetown Sore Eyes. It Cures. for that business, a man should P. O. Box 563, Somerset, Kentucky.-Marcgreat value to Kentucky agri-FOR FLETCHER'S . . .. $Save 31.000 at this ISoioANoRtcofmcNOEoBy speim 500 a year ior two yearsH Begin to do 22 4. culture. in advertising, he would have it NOW. I FIRST EXCURSION $4,000 in his pocket aud a better business standing. Tfie People's Bajik .FURNISH CONN BROWN Queen & Crescent Route will MT. VERNON, KY. Brown-Furnis- h English Squirrel is a combined stallion, 4 "years old, full 16 hands Operate First Fxcursion Be? high, 3 white feet and star, a beautiful bay with high tyle and action, subject Through two crevasses in the U. G. BAKER, President. to registration. This young stallion will make the season of 1912 at my barn tween Somerset and Cin-Mississippi Uiver and another in Real wv preventj Wo rtn a rfineraltown andEstate 4 mue irom niai&rosc umce ai jiu.uu 10 insure au.iug ,uv. J.P.E DRUMMOND, Vice.-cinnati O'l Sunday, farm busla333; h andle becomes duo when colt is foaled op mare parted with. Care taken to its equally rampant tributary, the F. L. THOMPSON, Cashier. p rop erty, ao abstracting ana April 21st. accidents but not responsible should any occur. He has proven himself a good Arkansas great volumes of muddy nasa on titles. colts. CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash. breeder, his colts being large, If you want to sell list y our prop-wit- h Pkdioree: Sired by Kentucky Squirrel 2623, by Wood Squirrel 2622, water are today rushing out over No. 3663, by Van Meters us; if you want to buy we Squirrel dam The first popular priced excu'r King 739, son of 5S. 1st King. Nellie Duddern Reg. 1st aara sired by English I the lowlands on the west side can save you money. Euglish Squirrel's Silver of the big stream, destined to sion of the season to be operated Hunter, ho by Abdallah Messenger, 1st dam of English Hunter the wm.tok jaddle mare (the best in Garrard Co.) by Davy Crockett, son cover a large section of Northeast by the Queen & Crescent route of Denny's Drennon, saddle mare ever 2nd dam by Highlander. AtKlallan by Imp. Drennon, Louisiana and a portion of the ex- between Somerset and Cincinnati Messenjrer sired by Messenger Chief (sire of Maud Messenger 2.16t Jake 2.d0 2:30) Susie by Sentinel. better treme southeastern part of Ar- will be run on Sunday, April 21 ind 7 others also atthan same 1st dam place stand Black: Jack with time and I will the The round trip fare to Cincinnati white points, heavy boned, a good breeder, at $5.00 to insure a living mule and kansas. For the next eight or a ten days the raging waters, which from all points between Lexing- $6.00 to insure living mare mule. P. C. LEAK, Hiatt, Ky. late Friday tore their way through ton and Somerset will be $1.50. the restraining levees, will move Two special trains will be operated southward through the Tensas One will start at Somerset and. the Valley cf Louisiana, and finally re- other at Lexington. Full and r tes may be secured turn to the Mississippi at the YOU do not run your buggy, automobile or other machinery till it squeaks aud grinds intersection of the Red River, from any ticket agent. and cuts itself to pieces. You clean and oil it more than 160 miles by land from often. the upper crevasse and nearly The East Tennessee Telephone You should be as careiul of your watch. It 135 miles frcm the lower breach in and Telegraph Company is no is small and light and can not speak loud when the levee. is more. That corporation has been it is dry and needs cleaning and oiling so itbeNo less than twelve large parishes purchased to cut and wear and need attention by the Cumberland liable in Louisiana and two in Arkansas Telephone &. Telegraph Company. HHSkSBSeDKHI fore you know it. You may not know it till the watch'is completely ruined and stops. where you wil ouuties .will have felt the effects Tne new owners took charge today Brfngiyour watch to us and let us examine of tlie flood waters before they and hereafter the system will be it with our strong glass to see its condition always find listed the best of goods, which again get back within the operated in Danville by a "Tie v accurately. We will show you and explain Mississippi's levees. Millions cf management. Mr.. Homer Wrav,j vact condition. are sold for fair margain of profit Goods acres t land will be inundated, the present manager, has been d and adjusted u runM Ka ttinmnniiiv piennprt and c.. although, for the most part, the and so far as the public is onceineacb year. Take proper care of your watch and it will last and soldjright are the kind of overflowed territory will embrace concerned the change would never you a ntttime. Consult us on all WATCH DISEASES. untilled swamps. be realized from the operation of always pays to buy goods No lives have been lost accord- the plant. The Cumberland is ing to reports received last night the largest concern of the kind Mptro has always been to give ;4$ from of towns in the in the world and is endeavoring path of the flooded district. The to establish a univerj-a-l service. Ztq our customers the very best goods levee authorities and municipal Danville Advocate. possible for the money. offici Is in the affected territory express the beHef that no lives PUTS FND TO BAD HABIT. 1 I customers for the will be lost. The property loss Things never look, bright- - to Ten to will be heavy, it is admitted. one with "the blues and asking a continuin the one the trouble is a sluggish liver, Many thousands of head of cattle already have been drowned, accord- filling the system with bilious poison, that Dr. King's New Life the future; I ing to Saturday nights reports, Pills would expel. Try them. -- COMPLETE LINE and more will be claimed by the. Let the joy of better feelings end very truly, C Best for stomach, .flood waters as they continue "the blues". Caskets and Kobes. Coffins, liver and kidneys. 25c at Chas. southward. All Mail, Telegraph or Tele The destructive breaks in the C. Davis Vernon, phone orders Promptly bareOn a suit instituted by Mississippi s levees at Panther ' Filled. Forest, Ark., and near Roosevelt back rider,, formerly In their em- tLa., will have little effect uponT ploy, H animals of the Barmua the crest of the flood waters of the & Bailey Circus were rattached in U$ river 'fro'a Vicksburg, south New York bv tk Stwrrf fetfeuby; Northern Railway and one of the leaders, will few weeks, according to retire in a statement published in Chicago Saturday. At a dinner given at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York in celebration of the anniversary of the birth of Thomas Jefferson, the speakers included W. J. Bryan, Gov. Jonn A. Dix, Senator James A. O'Gorman, Gov. Wilson and Mayor William J. Gaynor. Tax returns of President Taft filed Saturday show be is much wealthiej than ne was twelve months ago. country's railroad 1 Senator Cummins, of low, denounced the decree of the Federal Court in New York approving the reorganization of the- American He declared Tobacco Company. it in the interest of perpetuation of monopoly: Representative Burkely. of Ohio, introduced a bill Saturday for the coinage of three cent pieces with a hole in the middle, designed especially for the use where 3 cent street car fares are in vogue. - HERBINE - One Way to Save $1,000 four years. Plan to pay it off in monthly installments of $20. Deposit your, payments in this bank, on sav- ings account. cj Experts from the State farm la the Remedy- Yon Xeed. It Is an invigorating tonic for dose a torpid liver. The a first days brings Improvement, few use puts the liver In fine vigorous condition. Herbinc also extends its restorative influence to the stomach and bowels. It assimihelps digestion 3 lation, purifies and food the bowels and brings back the habit of regular daily bowel movements. When the stomach, liver and bowels are active, bilious impurities no longer obstruct functional processes, the result of which Is renewed energy, mental activity and cheerful spirits. Price 50c per Bottle. yourself a note $Give$1,000, due in The deposits you inter- f 1 v make and the est they earn will give you a nucleus of a larger fortune; your will next thousand come more quickly and Children Cry CASTORI A 4 J ENGLISH SQUIRREL Realty Co. P. by-Blac- k '$3&C$yt3 3D30XyC3m par-ticula- rs DON'T ABUSE YOUR WATCH JONAS McKENZIE WEEK, KEEP AN EYE ON THIS SPACE ed re-oile- a bought right FRANK MOORE r that it Our two-scor- e &$pic$3c$E$ GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER BrodheacLKy l k I II -- -- Thanking my past ance in am Yours JONAS McKENZIE, Ky Mt r . ;. -- 5 " " - I Frl - j V -- - K. ss ' . . I .J ) iuBumtatai T- - MMMHtMOaAafe. J""" r8Kirtiriiii' and Oxfords $35o There's uo bigger gamble than up; Other makesl awerTat .$2 5o at relying on your best friend. Sutton & McBees. Mt. Vernon, Ky., April 17, 1912 What makes a woman proud of her husband is for him to be proud Marriage is a thing to be tbrught up "No. 79" when 77 Q of her. TT Call very carefully beforehand, and M you waa tto Communl. 7 cats with 8IQNAL that's why everybody does it after- Best Buok Skin shoes aid ward. s Pumps in town at Sutton & McBee. Prof; S illwell, a broth' r of J. H. preach at Stillwell, of London, the po mlar Rev.M G.F.shwill bs v 3 jvescnooi nouse next aunay proprietor of the Catching hotel, ' was here Monday afternoon at 2:30. to mikeappli Louisville &, Nashville R. R. Co. R. A. Chilton expects' cation for the principalhhip of Contractor . to have the pike completed in ten Graded School. TIME TABLE. 4;46 p m days or two weeks. 22 uortn The Fiscal Conrt met Wedues 24 norttt 3:53 a m Fish sells more uod clot'ies day and fixed the lev for 19 12 as 11:38 a m in a week than most stores do in 1 south follows: General purposes 2 5rts 21 South 12:19 a m i y ear tlsn ks a leader. and $1.00 poll; roid and pike 25 Jas. Landrtjm, Agent. cts. school iocts. an 50 cts. poll W's lker Prtwitt and Miss L: Phone No. 58. Scaffuld Cat e section and for bridge across Roundstoue ille, of the near sinks, sets. This makes tht: Ky. Postoffice eie married recently. EnUred at the Mt Vernon, levy sets less than last year and mail matter. TTi as second-clas- s Services at the Christian Church the poll for school purposes 50 cts. unday. r..r lie mornii g sen c less than for 191 1. PERSONAL will be especially for Walk-ove- r -" Ml. RN9ilGNAL -- . BROWN tMEMORIAL. I, - ITSa waSSZSSlii-HT'-ii- i j- Tin'i hm5 SitM . - --t--- T...- ,v The second of a series of lunch- bo te 1 eons was given on Friday the eleventh by the High School ing Class,. The purpose ot these luncheons is to give the'girls prac- tice in preparing a complete meal for a limited number of persons. Owiru n thr sizp nf flip rinrmiin . family this is1 prohibited in the regular school work. Misses Ma tnie Litton and Elizabeth Gentry were hostesses; Mesdames Franklin, Lovell, Crawtord, Misses McCord, Dodson and Kefauver were guests The following menu, prepaied by the girls was server : Mock veal loaf, tomato sauce. IfDuchesne Potatoes. rsanana salad. AQ itu IL YF JfetsHt ,r$nw. - 111! Iff B 1 Parker Houe Rolls. MJm MHBP hk JHBLt$MKEm"-- lk - z. t MAIli YF 1 ulIiiLL: a II. -- " a 3 Coffte Sliced Pineapple Nabisco I t Through the generosity of Judge i mtn. Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Gentry are here for a few days. Robt. Harry Miller is at home from Louisville for a few days. Mrs. T. J. Pennington was the guest of Mrs. Neal Parrett the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham spent" Saturday and Sunday in Brodhead. John D. Henderson is home from Eastern State Normal School at Richmond. Frank Catron left Monday morning ior Lewisburg, Tenn., to build concrete forms for Frank Longmire. Miss Bessie Flinchum, of London, was the attractive guest ot Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Dyche Sunday and Mondav. Mr. amd Mrs Hugh Miller returned from Louisvil'f Sunday and have gone to house keeping on Newcomb Ave. Mrs. M. Pennington was here first of the week to bring a daughter of "Bub" Turpin's to place her in Brown Memorial school. She was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Franklin while here. Frank Longmire and family left for Tennessee Monday morning, where they expect to live until Jan. rst. when they will return to Mt. Vernon. Atty. and Mrs E. R. Gentry will live in Mr. Long-mire- 's home until that time. Dr.R. W. Dyche was in London Wednesday to see about an office, preparatory to moving to that town. London is the Dociors old home and he has a longing to return to his native Heath. We shall regret to lose the Dr. and his wile, and tiust thatl.e will yet decide to remain in Mt. Vernon. LOCAL Want to trade a thorough bred Jersey beiler 2 years old for a young cow with calf. Mrs. J. T. Adams. S. C. Red Leghorn eggs at 50Cts per setting of 15 eggs. Rome Graves. Wabd. Mch. 29-3Uncle Harvey Owens, colored, requests us to announce that he will do all kinds of house cleaning this spring. Those who have tried Uncle Harvey will recommend his Eggs: L Adams and Griffin ha e opp d. thiir feed store in the Krugerbuti' ing. They will sell wholesale cr retail. If you buy your suits from lis it means a saving of Irom 3 50 to $6 on good suits We handle nothing but the best makes, and sell monev to do things. The county BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Sutton & McBee. reasonable. does not have the wealth it should ' . Civil Engireer G. F. Boggs came have and in .he second place tax Owing to conflict with the public! from Richmond, Monday, to layoff payers try to get their prcperty school commencement the Brown and run the grades, etc.. for the listed just as low as possible so as Memorial exercise will begin on track of the Mt. Vernon Fair Asso- to avoid payment of taxes. Not- Thursday, May 23rd closing on ciation. Mrs. Boggs accompanied withstanding all this, within the Tuesday May 28th. t The nature him and while here they were guests last three or four years, the of the four different exercises will of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sparks. county has made improvement, be announced later. Co. has stone which means much to future de W. J. Sparks Celia Turpij, of Bertha, is a grinding machinery on the road for velopments. At Orlando a bridge new seventh grade student at the installing at Sparda, the quarry was built, the value of which is in- dormitory. near town. Limestone will be estimable to the people of that Last week was observed as the to a dust for use as a fer- section, at a cost of $2500; the Week of. Prayer at thedormitory ground tilizer, and a big trade is assured three miles of pike now about and prayer meetings were held from points throughout the state. finished is a blessing to the people each day from for those of'the Southern part and the who cared to attend, The star mail route between Mt. On Saturday evening Mr. Michel Vernon and Orlando will be discon- bridge ordered acrossRoundstone near Sinks is not only a help to of Harlan, gave a brief song tinued after Tuesday, April 30th. MaJl is delivered to and received the people ol that section but recital which was much appreciated from trains Nos. 22 and 23 by crane brings an industry to the county by the girls, which will be worth much to bee at Burr, the only Today and tomcrrow are cleanIt is easy tween the above points. Trains do future advapcement. up days. Who is will not to talk about what can or should not stop. respond to the call?. be done jbbt doing a thing is Regular services at the Baptist another proposition Paris Sowder is movine his The men Sunday Apr. 21st. con- who compose the Fiscal court have barber shop to the Mt. Vernon church Sunday proven themselves to be ducted by the pastor. progressi- "hotel building. Preaching at ve- men and school at 10 a. m. the public servant All a girl needs to- n a. m. and at 7:80 p. m. Themes who plages himself in that position, letter Is reams of paper; write a love a.nian needs will be live and discussions practi- of trying to do without sufficient a bit fig of lunacy. cal and helpful to all desiring to means to do with and the battel ies Even a man with a wart on his Public cordially of the knockers and break with sin. soreheads invited and membership urged to turned loose upon him, is certainly cheek can bo tickled to death with it for not being on his nose. attend without exception. due all credit and praise for his T. 0. DUKEJ, Stockings with pockets is a late efforts. So we say that the present Pastor. Fiscal Court, composed of Judge invention of a Pennsylvanian. The Notice: The directors of the Bethnrum, Judge Lewis and the pocket is woven or knitted in the Mt. Vernon Fair Association will five magistrates, J. H. Lambert, fabric and ,is six inches deep by meet at Attorney E. R. Gentry's Hardin Moore, C. S. Armstrong, four wide with a flap. office at 1 o'clock Saturday 20th. J. L. Arnold and Logan Arnold What has become o. the planing (or the purpose of transacting such deserve the praise of Rockcastle mill? We have not heard of it for business as will be ot necessary people lor their efforts to raeetsome some time and we certainly hope impoitance. All contracts ior ) of the needed and pressing demands that the men who were behind the work, on track and amphitheater ot thfe people. move will not fall down. will be let and work will begin. Also all that have not paid in their ,. II MMMi stock please do so at once Let's all get together and put up a great fight for one of the best fairs that can possibly be had. I 5 post-offiche-wh., R. G. Williams the Woman's Club of Mt. .Vernon will again be able To the Fiscal is due much praise to ofier pr;zes Jbr best looking and credit for their efforts to lin- premises. Details as to rtquiiemente, etc., prove; and as far as possible meet will Le decided at the open meeting the demands and wishes of the , people. In the first place it must of lie clul-- April 26th, and full We be remembered that Rockcastle! par'iculars will be published is one of the worst pauper counties sl predate Judge Williams con-i- n the state and that it takes lJQued interest in his old home, k L i ill II wVavy 'W MRmmm l jHBb3&9SSbm ffriPn 3t m M J ni w s It has been my earnest endeavor and always will be, to sow seeds of satisfaction, in the firm belief that such a policy can result in a harvest of business that will make this the most reliable clothing and furnishing establishment in this country No matter what price you pay me for your SUITS, your absolute satisfaction is considered above everything. This is the "Shop of Satisfaction." No reasonable man is permitted to leave here unsatisfied. It is my honest conviction that if J could sit down and talk for jnst f Jiour. to every man in this country personally, I could convince . ydu that I could save you from $2 to $5 on each suit yon buy. I could show you how my coats made with concave shoulders will tit you closely at the collar and give you a appearance. I could point out to you that the fronts of my coats cannot break down or crumple, , because they are made with a special, unbreakable construction stayed and strengthened where the strain comes. You would understand why Fish can beat all other stores to a frazzle on prices. You would realize why other stores with a burden of charge accounts on their books are obliged to make a stiff profit in order to make good the bad bills the' can't collect. You woula realize that " Fish " selling more suits in one week than the average merchant does in a year can very well cut down the profit and still make enuf to keep the wo f f 0111 the door. Vhy not come in to see me or the first time you are in town, and let me tell .you my story face to face ? You'll understand it belter than if I tried to "tell" you here in printei's ink. one-halbroad-shouldered to-da- For a Quarter of a Century I r -- y All AROUND the CORNER NEXT to the COURT HOUSE I a.. 3 f (IMMMMItlMlltl(llllll0IIOIieilllMMIIllt(llllllli vw'vvvvvwvvwvvvvvwvwvwvvwvvvvoovoaQ 99 work. are several "Teddy' followers in the county E. Bullnck who was in town Wednesday is the only one who is making much noise about it Although there One nearly new 18 engine and band saw hp boiler and complete. Will tell worth the K. J. McKinney. money. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Anr. ' Dr. Cornelius ot Berea. was here ednetday to go before the Fiscal Court, and ask the court to build a bridge across Roundstone creel near sinks, guararteeing, that in event the county built the bridge that he would cou meuce as soon as possible, the construction of a 14 fcot dam across the creek just above Sings and the erection of a flour mill of son ething like 106 barrels per day compacity. The Doctor said that I25OOO or $3C00 would be expended. He made a personal donation of $100 toward the erection of the bridge. The Fiscal Court resj: orided to the request of Dr. CorneliYS, and a number of citfzt ns from the East side of the county, and placed an order fpr a bridge, a reproduction of the oae at Orlando, which will be ready for use inside ot ninety days. This means much to the people of that sid- - of the count ; to say nothing of what such an iuterpriseas Dr. Cornelius proposes will mean tojtbe county. For &ai.e: t. Below is a program of the Rockcastle County Christian Bible School Convention which will be held at the Mt. Vernon Graded School building Sunday, May 12. Every School is asked to send Us Supt. and Secretary, and as many others as will come, with a written report of the School for the yeai. A basket dinner will be served in the school yard and every one fs asked to bring a full basket. The regular Bible School will be conducted at 9 a. ra. by Bro. Waltei E. Frazee. State Bible School Supt., and this is expected to be the hrgest gathering of Bible School workers ever held in the county. PROGRAMME. 9:30. Bible School Walter E. Frazee 1 1:00 Sermon, Basket Dinner. 12:00 Afternoon session. SorJg Service. Appointment of Committees. 1:30 Livingstons no lore e .ct) 83 .019 03 .9 as .eje the coming of the With Spring we ' '83 0 . 3 eo o os .ea -fl & V J know that every lady will want a nice new suit, and we are prepared to show you the greatest values and styles ever shown in this country. We-earnestl- y ' .09 80 ". .. '.. County Presidents Address Rev. M. G .Fish Minutes of last convention W. H. Fish, Sec. Reports from all schools represented. Is the Bible School worth while? John Robins Teacher Training S. F. Bowman Short talks from Superintendents and others Bible School and the Church The E. R, Gentry Reports of Committees' Election of Officers Our State Aims for 1912 Walter E. Frazee ' - Dont Deny Yourself The Pleasure of Having GooEPiano Music in Your Own Home and it is no longer necessary to be.-aaccomplished musician in order to play it. ' Human Ingenuity has made it possible for anyone to play a piano by means of perforated music rolls thus eliminating years ot tedious practice and placing' the responsibility of correct playing on the. piano rather than on the pianist. n 1 The piano is'tbe greatest of all pleasure instruments for the home request everyone to visit our store as.quichly aspossi-bl- e and examine, our MammothStockof Goods a 89 09 38) 89 "0 -- 80 89 89 9 89 89 89 89 99 89 89 89 89 89 89 89 80 89 " . . I Has every device necessary to make the piano "human," but you will realize this only when you hear it played. That is why we want you to let us demonstrate The Autopiano. It's just like-- going to hearsome-2j- n t great pianist play only there is no admissio'n chatge. i The AUTOPIAKlO F. V V B,-ENPIC0TT, H. HAMLIN J ; V- -- I a LIVINGSTON, KY 0000 00 0 8 0 V, .9 89 99 89 0090 89 80 , 'r& rZ COME.' f .JTV" .v TMa Winchester; ky. 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Full list of ingredi and sworn to Dy ur. n, v. rierce wno is rresiaenc ents given on of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y. Every woman is invited to write to this Institute and receive confidenti- -l und sound medical advice, entirely without cost from ona who makes the diseases of women his specialty. "I can cheerfully recommend your remedies, especially your ' Favorite Proscription,' for all female disorders," writes lns.M. M. I Ioiuieix, of Bluff City, Tenn., Kouto 2. "During tho past seven Years 1 suffered from pains in the back and ovaries. Tried many remedies but found only transient relief until I was persuaded by a friend to try Favorite Prescription. After giving this remedy a fair trial. I found that it would do just what It is recommended to do. I used in all wjvrn bottles. I cannot speak too highly of Dr. Pierce's remedies for all female derangements." k TS tJr? c JSL y , l-s- K.UUKET . . . -- V. llli.K VStWXSiBl Lid JgSWwTre aS J9.WARW 6"- - tUT3iN-F- ftfli iia combination stallion Rocket Peavine, will make the season of 1912 at the stable of Roy Beazley in Mt Verndii, ai $10. to insure a living colt. Mobdy due when colt is foaled, mare parted with or bred to another horse. Due care taken to pre- vent accident but not responsible should any.occur. Rocket Peavine is a beautiful bay, full 10 hands high with the very best of 'feet and legs. Is a horse of fine style and acion, both under saddle and in harness. Has the best disposition of any stalion 1 ever saw. Can rack or trot a three-minute hT,rns n hot-Bash- es ry bottle-wrapp- er Description and Pedigree. Dr-Pler- ce'a jibs, mobbell. Of Pierce's jt'ieascni 1'cuczs rencwie itucr mims clip, 4 Will be pre- BE ta Yesterday To-morro- w W TO-DAY w Tc-da- y pared for Che fairs after the season closes. Sired by Tom Peavine, he by Infact 2:05, by Electioneer 2:26, the sire of 166 colts, with records belowr 2:30. CONTAINS MERCfjRY. mercury will suiely destroy the sence of smell and completely deranpe the whole system when entering it through the mucous services, Such' articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable phvsicians, as the damage tlhey will do is ten fold to the good- you can posaibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. s Cheney & Co., Toledo. O., no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces oi the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. t Sold by druggist. Price, 75 cents per bottle. Take HallV Family Pills for constipation. con-tain- 0r caTarrh UttAt WITHERS MfS, Elia Mullin3 is visiting her daughter Mrs. Gladys Ander this week. C. E. Mullins went tt Mt. Vernon first of the wtek. Allen Vaughn, of Jackson Co., ha moved his family to this place. Farmers are very badly behini with their work in this place. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mullins visitei their son, Ben, Sunday. There will be services at Cove Ridge Saturday and Sunday conducttc by Rev. Thomas Durham. J. H. and Spencer Mullins spent Frida on Horse Lick, fishing. Not getting many fish, Spencer, rathei than to be outdone turned hu fishing out to hunting and carm back with a very good load 01 game. Mastef George Robert.' spent Saturday night with his littlt friend Forrester Mullins. Mrs. Wixie Mullins and children ol Dango, visited relatives of thi: place Saturday and Sunday. Mist Pearl Anderson is visiting hei cousin Mis? Edith Morris. That Drew, of Robinett, was in this pan Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. "Jot Cash have moved back fron Louisville. The one month school taught by Theo. Pigg closed Frida) Mr Pigg is a sple.idid teacher: J. M. Roberts intends to have an olo time rail spliting one day thb -- Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have ATwayj Bought, and which has heen in use for over 30 years, has home the signature of and nas been made under his pern sonal supervision since its infancy. uw,i mi uuo .u UCCCIVU)UU1U LUIS. All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' axe but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. 'Just-as-good" J?tJts YESTERDAY i but a dream. only a vision, but well lived makes every yesterday a dream of hapuf hop. Therefor- piness and every a bring your account to not ycstarJay ntr vit-io- n to-dato-da- Torn Peavine, first dam was by Peavine and was the dam of the WHEN PRIDE IS JUSTIFIED. Far too many mortals are vain great Rex Peavine. Rocket 's Pea-vine- goric, Drops .and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neithei Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tile Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is substitute Castor CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless for Oil, Pare- y THE BAtfK OF MT. Th-M- VE11NT0N our hope is that all your moneys will bring you happiness, and prosperity, and all your reoollectious of j'eterd.iv will bring you irreat satisfaticn and all your dealings and relations with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. i dam was Mollie 12 7, by Pat Denmark, he by Rattler, he by Vernon Black Hawk. Second Dam by Walker's Grey Eagle. Third Dam by Stonewall Jack1 THE BANK rtT.VERNON. C. C. WH.I.IMS. Presidi-ut- . OF-MT- . KENTUCKY W. h. RICHARDS, Cashier. VERNON and self satisfied because of such temporary mercenary advantage, and in their eagerness to display that advantage at every opportunity often destroy their greatest bless ing, the physical counterpart of sunshjne, which is their own son Fourth Dam by Copperbottom. health. Neglected colds, irregular meals, overloaded stomachs and J.S. LANGRORD, night revelry result in stuttered week. Mt. Vernon, Ky. mm nerves, depressed vipor and fatigue all of which invite decline aud DA.RE --m GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Sigm ALWAYS 2L&ffffl&fa The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THt CENTAUR COMPANY. m p SILVER IN3.. ; n i ww Sua Zs?Z a living colt s-.l- d years old, 16 Each person stands sentimental hands, saddle and harness stallion. at the portals o his own health Will make the season of 1912 at and ho who guards, . protects, mile of my stable, and builds up a rugged Hsatt post office, at 510 to insure strengthens is justified "in 6 one-fourth Silver Dare is disease. Bit8lneM,PheMrtriiy TYPEWRITINGani BOOKKEEPING 7T MURRAY STRCCT. NEW YORK CITY. D 0Rl IK .SMITH BUSINEil CM I FIE WW '. tail HitwHr.KuunUI Clin. . cVlnnTlT. 'MinthayeirofImxerperfente IB Mercantile 32 rcan triocktfnir 10,000 nfein7 lnlnM, hi ami wiimn f"rHcce.9rEiiter nnr. TELEGRAPHY Season money be-con.- es r.iiif sr Solid-breec- h, PGUN Hammerless, Safa PemlngtotirUMC Pump Gun. bottom-ejectin- For ease of action the Its short leverage enables shooter to"double"at trap or blind without "kinking or ' cramping . Not a second lost when seconds count. Five shots at the shooter's command. The pump gun. Solid Breech, Hammerless, Safe ! IemJngton?UMChcL perfect shootonly g ing combination. Szndfor Descriptive Folder REMINGTON ARMS-UNIO- 299 METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. Bro&duray, Kevr York City N rawsKW due when colt is foalded or m ire or parted with or bred to oher Mock Pedigrve: Silver Dare is by Dignity Dare 1982, he by Chester Dare No.'lO, lie by B'ack Squirrel' 58, he by Black Eagle 74, he by King William 67, he by Was-hi-i gton Denmark 64, he by Gaines Denmark 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 iiy Washington Denmark 64. JACK.--will silso stand a good young Jack, full 15 hands high and good heavy bone. Is black with white points. Will stand Jack at $58 to insure a living colt. All rare will be taken to prevent accidents but will not be responsible should any occur. Same terms with Jack as with horse. R. L SMITH.Hiatt, Ky. Phone in residence, Brodhead Ex. TAKES Jb$IL68ft TPPri?v pxv 'f- - '"!. ii TOM COVINGTON. Jr. xs a darlc bay, black" points, 16 hands high, foalded April 1908, constitution pride and find therein his own recora pense-t- he compacity to enjoy the fullness of life The strain of modern commercial and social living taxes strength and energy and in maintaining the highest we should not only cultivate deep breathing, out of door exercise, regularity and temperance in all things, but study the greatest of all physical power-creator- s which is body nourishment. In this, alcoholic preparations shoud' Le carefully shunned and ?uch nourishment as Scott's which enriches the Emulsion bloocj and creates vitality by build ing, healing and strengthening, should be selected. Scott's Emulsio.i is scientifically prepared a:id is good for teething babies, nursing mothers, growing children, the aged and infirm. It contains no wine or stimulant, but is wholesome and pure and has helrx-- millions to regain health and sustain it. Worthless substitutes are sometimes offered, but Scott's Emulsion is the genuine pure self-efficien- cy pre-digest- IT LOOKS LIKE A CRIME. to separate a boy from a box t Bucklen's Ainica Salve. Hi pimpjes boils, -- scratches, knock.-- , gn!nmHlll!11!1!?ini!!!!!!!!!!!Wn!l!in!!!!nn!!!!n!n!!!!!n!!!g 'AVi, iliimuii UfiAhi LU. sprains and bruises demand t and its quick relief fcr burns scald,, or cuts is his right. Keej it handy for boys, also girl.-Heals everything healable an. does it quick. Unequaled h piles. Only 25 cents at Chas. C. . PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND n 3 Davi ;. Children Cry C ASTO Rl A W. T. FRANCIS, FOR FLETCHER'S H tHBIWB gCOUCH METAL1 CCASKETS z. EMBALMERS Mt. Vernon, Ky. CofflnsandRobes. Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for the company. ST , Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points 2 3 3 H 3 3 S 5 " s .dftSjbl X5jLfIlfMt Denti Vern 1 s . 3 1 S Office .Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE GEORGE OWENS, Manager 112 Home and office in the late resident Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Oli MalnSt-.JMt- . Vernon. llllUlliUiitUUfUltiUtUlllllUlUlUltillUiUtUUllUlllltlllUil C. C d Williams, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- food-medicin- e. MT. VERNON. KY. OFFICE. - On izcd. floor c The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Churc! street. Special attention givei Bad Spells n, almost and had to give up. We had three doctors. All the time, I was getting worse. I had bad spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I gave Cardui a trial, I could eat, sleep, and joke, as well as i anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid Cardui relieved me, when everything J for 5 weary years 1 telse failed." bed-ridde- " I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness," wrifes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C "At last, I was 5?05S fmr-"i.- SS8P 3l1l Our line of Couch (Jackets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e sired by Allen Quarterrua'in, he by Tom Covington. 1st dam Maude, 2nd dam Gray Eagle. Tom Cov ington. Jr., is a combined saddle five-jjait- wiftn Ail orders Coffinsfurnished ffil and harness horse. He posseses all the with speed, grace Hearse sent to all jarts of l and action. He is a true type of 7 ggt the County the saddler in beauty of motion and form; is fearless and abso- Davis. by Wire Promptly Filled lutely sound This chain ion old stal? 1! medicine must be given to collections. to young children it should be Phone No. 80. pleasant to take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is made from loaf sugar, aud the roots used in its prepararion gives it a. flavor similar to maple syrup, making if UNDERTAKER and EM8ALMH pleasant fo take. It has no superior for colds', lcroup and whooping cough. For sale by Chas, C. W,hen a 3.C.NUCLARY Aiiilii TAKE T fl CEDARVILLE. I The Woman'sTonic . a Plowing and fencing is theorder I of the day in this part. Farmers Ky. JUe beginning to plow for corn. The big rain that visited this part on Monday night, two Weeks ago did much damage; as the small occur. ' JOHN W HILTON. streams all grew: tb be large enough j. . . Pine-Hill- , April 0, 1912. Ky. that fencing was .washed away. f Burns white, clear and fctcady- to the last drop. For yp 1$M WW J. J.. Harper is, ig;. a serious consake of everyone in tho Mi tJ'e Uy l. vs S V Oryr" J doctors dition. insIst on Ravine I DYCHfc R. HK5r3f- - 1 "Our babv ciies for Chamber-Inn'- s pave It seems;, that the cure or, tailed to enect a Cough Remedy,'' writes Solite Lamp Oil DENTIST Mrs T. B. Kendrick, Rasaca, give very much relief. J. C. Mjze Sootless Odor- - EcJUB-- M f MHM HkHMK Smokeless tI MT. VERNON, KY. less Costs no more than in- K5Z i Ga. '"It is the best cough remedy had a uice young horse to dielast 'Office at residence on Main Si eyes; saves money. Your dealer has It in barrels direct- Iroir jr? worKS r Saves o the m irket for cough, colds week. E. C. Rice had a mule TCrown and Bridge Work c and croup". For sale by Chas. C.' drowned during the big tide of LSpacialty. CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO., LGUISVkLSj KY. Work guar an t r KcHaery at V.'arren, Pa. Ii!cb.Grade Motor GasoUne, Auto Davis. last week. ... a 4 It mmmm - J. L. Hayes so)d his farm to t .lford Bullock of Public. Ky;, for J I ' $400 and Mr. Bullock is1 putting- up goods. Jasper McGraw has his repair parts for his gasoline "engine and grisj; 1 mill and will. ,tart up for busipe"f s Monday. Phone 94 S MT. 'VERNON, KY lion will make season of 19 12 at my farm :mi'.e north of Pine Hhl, Ky., at 10 to insure a living jcilt. Season monev ''due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not respmsible should any Stanford, ii you are weaK ana auing, tninK wnat it would mean, you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more ito ithan 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. (They found it of real value in relieving their aches and i pains. Why surfer longer? A remedy that has relieved tand helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for use, at once, by you. Try it, today. ' i vASP1 - HBB317M i Mi I vj H 9BW'' Qw. J&M'i 'Xo-Cai- MtSHdal butntctions, . WrtU to: Ladies' Advisory ud M-pi- je Dot Chittinoon " book, HoaeTrutaeat Medicine Co.. rhittinnnn T for Woaea," seat free. 1 Si W. SCJRTBf V ( 1 seaca&sicgacgeaGgl ccx: C. DAVIS ".SSt anna s Green Seal The Made -to- Cms, CC8g3CCS3ePC i 1 cc i ! I -Wear Paint " ITQRMUL.A ON EVRRY. . PACKAGE prodd. . I 1 1 A Does This Mean Anything to .You ? It expresses the maker's, faith U the The material sWId be the best. ; r t ! i Labor is the principal cost in pawling. YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. FOR SALE BY bladder troubles, removing, gravel, cures diabcts,- - weak and Mount VernonMonumentai-WORK- S lame backs, rheumatism and all irregularities' ot the 'kidneys and in! bbty men and women. Rego-la'te- a . bladder troubles' 'in "chibres. Ifnot sold, by" your dcuggisti will - .. of and "" " on, receipt of n "5 be sent !WUA!DEKS ifMdrbles and $iiOo, One small -- bottk ;in two Iv- . -Monuments .of all monins irement, ;ana -- setum, Grwiite Estimates furnished Isnkfto perfect a Core.- - Se1id'for 1 by-mail, f and A TEXAS W.ONDER. The Texas. Wondercures kidney I c5S2SlS : t . lljiniifflr.iiirAr . .- -. .J p There are lots of Drug Stores in thisland of ours that sell Drugs, but the Drug Store for the people is the one that gives the purest drugs obtainable Try us and let us prove ourselves the one. Yours Phone ?$PK&X& f KOE-- DVVIS I Voiiohials druggist. E.. '&: T, Louis,y3&&Zk WplvSJfePi ' GEO.OWJCJNSl'ropr Mo. SoWIby, Olivestreet from- bis, 'Hd-votl- r . j- - 1 Qhas.C. Davis,, Druggist No39 MiT. pBbne-11- 2 . .?. vtenon; ky. - s , ". - s - -- , ii Vvi.