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"Oh! on business. Mr. App Taylor, Masters that was pastor of this surgical operating outtit and is ORLANDO work, LIVINGSTON. do. my friends now and then send a supervisor, was in Oorbin, Sun church several years ao. Cam prepared to do all surgical day. It has been said that Mullins, of Mt. Vernon, was in He said he was out of the goods The late lamented Mrs. M. V. wish or a thought after me.'' Her Mr. Jones Alleu, of Robinett, Rus-s- el Mrs. Dave Rainbow is SOme nitionfio will Tna AirHlUVUi T'lio ' niiT tri'vn Sn nrl ji.u Rill P.ntn mir.a Villeinage frir ull timp t.O MITlft and Sigler. vaumriiaA O. .. u UJ w iwu w kindness to tht poor and humble of was cut with a tif teen-cen- t i vM (1 Itl VM vw...iwkj fcA . LJiMIM..l J wl u knife last Friday at about th e better at this writing Mr. John cltizens oE tuis jitte towu iiave Was n Mt . Vernon, Friday. was going to'devote his full time The sudden death of this most both colors was we! known. Her Quinn. of Louisville, is vis ting been patient and all we want is Sheriff Nicel y was here between to his chosen pro:i ssion Well estimable lady at Texarkana was old nurse, Nancy, till alive at Cr. b o'clock a.m and died about 4 his mother at this place Mr. our rights and if we get this we trains Sunday. 0 J. Rice was Doc, there are others that are glad the crudest blow that ever fell Orchard, and always had something o'clock p.m. same day. He leaves Harry (jehring, of Lebanon Junc- are satisfied, but when we see a in Cincinnati, a few days the they are out of that business, too. upon her relatives and acquaint- - rubstantial to take back with her a wife aud three children, a father, back to treat then we ask for our portion past week. M rs. A. C. Howell is jWe are glad the dfoctor has tion, will move his at Crab Orchard and Pulaski besides being cheered by the remi niotaer and four brothers and a. We have be n in of the pie now that the county very sick at this writing. There cided thus: He will in a few days, countv where she was born and niscences of "Glorious old Dallas." uost of friends to mourn his los. our town. formed that Circuit court is in will build another bridge across was services at the Presbyterian install an y and tlen he will j raised at what she always called She never ceased to correspond with S. L Isaacs did th; cutting. Mr. session at Mt. Vernon and several Round Stone, which will make church, Saturday evening and have the most up office in "gkrious'old Dallas". ijier old friend and school mate Liz- - Albert Reynolds, a oung man of the Wildie section - zie T. Owens, now widow Hays, of our citizen-- are attending. We three in the county across this Sunday, conducted by I ev. Geo. - southeastern Kentucky. George of Her school mates and acquaintown in a stream, and when we cons'der Watson, of Mt. Vernon. ""The OwQns, the monument: man was aoces were the Owens, McAhsters, Somerset, a correspondence that died at the home of his father will have a court of our few days as some of the boys got that 'the dividing line between writer remarked to Sheriff Nicely, iere Sunday. The pay car passed Evans and Barnetts, and those lived and grew and flourished for Monday morning at three o'clock bold of some bus? juice Monday this and Laurel counts is a river, Sunday, that Livingston was a through here Sunday causiug the sturdy old Virginians, the grandest half a century. She traveled a m after a long illnes of- - that night and cut a considerable and thei'e is at least four month ; quiet little town now. Nicely 's railroad boys to wear smiles. nd noblest strain of blood that through many states but never dreadfnl disease, consumption. Pennington out of the year that it caunot be answer was, if they send a few MjsGtQrgia Amyx wasal home ever came from the grand ''Old j ceased to revere Kentucky, He leaves a wife, two chileren, a .swath, but Marshal and Judge Caloway are camping crossed. There are turn pikes" more Irom here to the re'orm from Mf. Nernon, Sunday. J. P. to her teh daughter, ence Old Virginia and even taught father and mother, a little brother say they intend in the COuUty but all we get here school it would still be quieter, E. Drummonds was ju Mt Ver Kentucky. On her maternal side, her grand children that the Good and a host of friends to mourn on their trail and to clear it up. Go ahead officers is sjX(jays on the county roads We have this to tay in answer, non, Monday, on business Wah-le- n a Stigall the most numerous aud j Man lived in the South and the Old his death. He was laid to rest in and here is wishing you success. and more if necessary. We be , We believe in enforcing the law Summers is able to come to wealthy people in.Pulaski, Lincoln, Ba-- i Man lived in the north. Her j the Mswett burying ground, Ti- nVer-iev- e Clarence Purguson. of Mt. Boyle and Rockcastle counties. dailing son, W. J. Sigler, had re- lay. Sam Allen, of this place, n- in an equAl division of the and violators of the law should be tow,n again after surviving a non, was in our town Sunday jpie an(j sp(Hjai advantages to punished. We know that we have . - cnse nf Aimi.ll- nnv. Miss Her father. Major John Bobbitt, cently built an. elegant cottage for niains very low. Horn to" tl e ... ......Rena Dotson was arrested here none Nqw wnat we want is a furnjbijed our part for the reform tfiora if enmngton lias been quite the best intorrned man tnuo ever bis idolized mania in Crab Orchard. wife cf Julius Itobins, lut SaturFriday and taken to Mt. Vernon. hri(jge acro89 Rockcastle river school and we wish to compli- - sick for a few days but is better adorned the early histoty of Pulaski But. alas! the worshipping mother day, a bOy. Rev. M. G. Fish and was sent from there to tne ' and we believe if we get our ment the court for doing their at present. Mr. David Jackson tHe associatp-o- f the Hon. Sherrod never saw the beautiful casket that preached a good sermon at Core reform school. She was thirteen rights we will get one. Died, full duty. Of course it looks hard Grand Master qf h$ A:asonip Williams, Attorney General, A. J. her darling boy had rPre(l M- school house Sunday last. Hallie year old. Mr, and Mrs. Grotten April 17. 1912, T. J. Elellard. He to send them there but a thousand Lodges of Kentucky, was hsre Jqnjes, Major Milford KHQtt, f.nd ollis preo'ous jewel, his mother. Oh! May Singleton, Dora E. Ball and Sunday-schoo- l thrallerhas moved toSouth Louis-yill- was sixty seven years old, has timts better h it than for them to Tuesday, others scarcely less famous iu the the irony of fate was to be home Sthel Head attended where they wtll make their been a member of the Baptist bring further disgrace on all con- at Maple Grove, Sunday. county annals, Born with the Sunday or Monday and went to her still improving Smith future home. M ss Lyda VaokA church forty years, was the father ceined or land in a prison cell THE DANGER AFTER GRIP. most tenacious memory that etermal home Friday. This awfu H Liinfant ofisMr. and Mrs. A. P. the home after a pleasaut of eleven children, nine living and i. nes Allen, a merchant ot ,Bi lias returned lies oft. n in a rue down system. woman was ever blessed with, and bereavement has christianized th loore continues in a very bad visit with relatives in Cincinnati two dead; four bojs and five ill was killed Saturday by Weakness, nervousness, lacK of with such instiuctress as Margaret whole family who are praying ano condition. Flem Parrett bought Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hamilton girls, S. E. Hellard. Livingston. Isaacs. Williim Yadon, the appetite energy ai d ambition, Lewis the talented and accomplish- striving to meet in the Land that i the .home place of Richard Procof Tiner, Jackson county, are Mr. C. M. Wise. Dango, Jack- nishfc clerk at the restaurant, with disordered liver and k:U leys ed sister of Hon. J. M. Barnett. Fairer than Day, the gentlest, uobl tor for 300. Some moving will rt with Mr. W. N Riggs- - Mr. son comity, Louise. Dango, R. G. was at Brodhead, Sunday, to s.ee often follpvs an attack ol Jhis She was the most accurate and est spirit that ever shone in a hu take place in a short time Robinson, of Middlesboro, is loos- Hellard, Dango, Mrs. David Hel- hia .The greatest accomplished historian .this state man casket. Oh! may we all per Riggs had the misfortune of best girl -- Miss Ella Mae wreched diseai. his lather, Mr. F. P. Rob-son.Tiis wife some few months lard, Wyott, Mo., Mrs. Thomas Blanford is visiting relatives at need then is Electric Bitters, the has ever produced; knew Towues severe till our efforts and we are all ing Johnetta Ed Hurnettantl glorious tonic, blood purifiei and Ago and at her death he was left Elliott, Livingston, Mrs. T. M. Parksville this .veek. Analysis of the English language crowned with glory is the praer of little brother, Jthn, are visiting Mr. and of stomain, liver and with three small children. His Deese, Livingston. Mrs. Eli Sum- Mrs. William Odel has returned regulator Tbou:-audperfect a heart-broketheir sister in Carthage, Ohio, this brother, kidneys. proved almost by note, an almost week. father and mother will stay with mers, Middle Fork, and B?adey o Livingston and will make it that they wonderfully have converse in the Fqnvaine P. Bobbitt. Mrengthen grammarian, could this summer. Died, April Hellard, Middlefork. His re- their future home. Hiram Mor- the nerves, build up the tyhtem beautiful, delegate poetical language him Constipation brings many ALMOST A MIRACLE. 29, 1012. Mrs. Bertie S nith. wife mains were laid to rest in the fam- gan, of Jackbon county, h&s and restore fhe health and good of powers, whose delicate perfumed and is the priof David Smith. She was born in ily burying ground in Jackson "moved into our town. Miss Alice spirits after an attack of Grip. breath, she could make comOne of the most startling changes mary in its train much sickness. cause of the year 1SS2 aud was thirty year county to await the resurrection Ward left for Berea to enter .It buffering, tiy them. Only 50 municate ever tho.ight; Knew ever seen iu any mau, accoiding .Ceep your bowels regular madam, old at her death. She leaves a morn. The bereaved frjends of school. Born to the wife of Jess cent:-- . Sold and perfect - satisfact- everv important date and discovery. to W. B. Holsclaw, Clarendon, ind you will escaoe many of the jears ago 11 husband and a little girl two years the deceased has the g$'ropathy of French on the 22nd, a fine boy. ion guaranteed' by Chas.-- C. The Seven Wonders of the world Tex:., was effected had such a ulmenta to which women are his brother. "Ke Davis. a old to siKurn her death. She died the community. in the order in which they occur in dreadful congh," he writes, "that subject. Conrtipafon is Mr. Willie Mother and bby dojng well. like many simple .imple thing, but of that 4 ead disease consump- Quinn jyho has been visiting rela- Mrs, M Quinn, of Paris.-Ry- ., history, never diearuiPg that she all our family thought he was going serious con- Frm for Sai.r: Containing was the eighth. She read history into consumption, but he began U ihines. it may lead tooften needs a tion. Tne Jjerjsaved family his tives for the past two months has has returned hpme after spending -- qnences. Nature 2po acres yith a five 'oom house. use Dr. King s new discovery, aur Chamber-Jain'- s the sympathy of the entire com- returned to Tampa, Fla. Mrs. a few days with her parents, Mr. About halfot iarm in cultivation with its two eyes, Geography told was completely cured by ten bottle ittle assistance and when Blanford of La Maggie E. Martin is able to be and" Mrs. J. B. Bays. Mr.-a-nd munity, Charles Tablets are given at the J tip hnlnnrp in timlwr 'TJJo linn where events happened and Chrono- Now he is sound and well and r 5rst indication, much distress and : Polett, Tenu,, fs visiting his uncle, out again.-Re- v. wwerei! will? logy-told S. H. Masters, Mrs. Alvin .Reynolds were called to lays well and is we'l when they happened.-He- weighs 218 pounds: "For many avoided. Sold by branches and Well". A 'good stock C A. Blanford, of fchig plate. J. of CorbhV will preach at the Wildie, Monday, on account of memory never suffered a dis- years our family has used tbu vjfferinjs ma' be the , farm adjoining the town of Brod Dsvis. ' .:has. C. B. Donley has returned from location, and would have to think wonderful remedy for Coughs and Christian church, Saturday and death of ttieir nephew, Albert head. Will sell worth the monev. results." and reports a nice trip to Sunday, the 27th and 28th of this for a Colds with excellent for a moment or reflect to suit purchaser, It's quick, safe, reliable and guar W. Bow.-ina-n month. Everyone cordially in- Reynolds. Dr. R. G. Webb has Terms lUe blue grass cifcy. H. r J FLETCHER'S sedond as men often have to do, to anteed. Mrs. Likpa Benton Price 50 cents and $1.00. was in Mt, Vernon, Monday, vited. He is he son of the Rev. put in a complete and Brodhead, Ky. evoke a fact or date from the debris Trial bottle free at Chas. C Davis' of mountainous accumulation. One might call off a long catalogue of dfites and discoveries and they were answered with the accuracy of her husband s mercantile accounts that did not disclose a mistake in addition in eight years duration during a voluminous business life iu CrabJ orchard, during which one man's account 'oared to the height of&io,-ooo- . AU chaste beauties of romance and TJoetry. adorned as a KM JS&X-&- , silken tapestry the luminous winc;.i-v'"weather is here alxlast and you dows of a most remarkable mind. Anything once committed was have Clothes When she caged there forever. will see our suits worn by all careful buyers. caught a bird of thought and clipC5 Used and praised ped its wings it was her captive forClothing business-ha- s grown wonder-- f pasever. In her the human mind was and ully, due- to the fact shown to be the most remarkable we sell better clothes fiamework of Almighty God. Her for less money you could get elsewhere. two favorite words were "wild ftr Every Suit of our house is the comes weiid." Her untimely demise was made The only Baking Powder a great loss, irreparable in its na. of created by from Royal Grape Cream of in the ture. Some of her younger relaTartar made from grapes profession of Clothes-makin- g, tives were engaged in trying to made of pure-wo- ol Cl" a quire a portion of the inexbausta-blfabrics, made in the very latest styles, the reservoir of t'at she bad been styles which have come in the fashion half century in storeiug away for RustPriof winter oLage.- - V? centers of America is where our clothes Oh, how freely would, I fiive arc-entire- ly different from the ordinarv Ready-to-WearGarme- nts Get Eiffel Silk Hose Rockefeller's $600,000,000 to re-- 1 25c to $1 00 store to the walks of lifethat darling L ALL COLORS FOR MISSES sister. Oh, what a hpck! She and or money back goes daughter and granddaughter to be "kk t M 'jfam fi here Sundays ot Monday, and on each Friday the. telegram handed to me m f 'tin wC 3r"ii3 AJtte7r J which lead : "Texarkana, Texas. $;17,50 and Your sister died here this morning at 6 o'clock." Oh ! what a jpheck 1 5 I went like one. thathad,,been stun . n ued and was of sense forlorn. Those -;Walk-DverLOOK . the 145 styles and sizes of "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence shown in .awful words will never cease to v AMONG catalogue, the fence user can now obtain fencing perfectly FOR THE' ring funeral dirges through m IN " suited to his particular requirements. "Pittsburgh Perfect" is the .brain. "Your sister dead,'' that Walk-Ove- r; and gives TAtt.PATENT most adaptable, portable, durable and resultful of all wire fences, vast accumulation of facts, history, because, coupled with our ripened manufacturing absolute satisfaction AND SIGN poetry reminiscences- all goue. is the culmination of close and exhaustive study and investigation of GUN METAL. agricultural methods and equipment. Q by the envious breath of Blown out farmers needs along lines of WHEN YOU WANT old time iron wire, is used exclusively in 'PittsOpen Hearth wire, like death. My only consolation a "$3 50 and $4 Good Shoes burgh Perfect" Fence, and is galvanized with a thorough and even coating of one that my own heart is are slia'nge" pure zinc, which resists "rust for the longest time. All line and stay wires beating muffled funeral marches to ComfaR and Stvle ELECTRICALLY WELDED the grave. e. and ALWAYS IN CI7TTDr at every contact point, producing a perfertarialgamation of metals, strength of the fence at the joints. This feature is found only in For when true hearts He withered, M.XXJ 1 b -- rf -- I 1 ft-m- ily X-ra- to-dat- e well-know- u ) reer-Daminio- n" se-v- er r . -- e Es-me- r -- El-oe- -- of -- n s ail-nen- ts v-r- y I I Lax-tnirfc- m O&il&ren Cry . up-to-da- te TRiA Warm Weather CLOTHES Warm Weather that WARNER'S RUST -- CORSETS 50c to $500 PROOF 1 a-PMllO- Warm niiniuft umimpra S rvfWI-- I by the most careful competent try cooks the world over must You Our than that work ART out ARTISTS out m e just This msfiBs?ssm SATISFACTION Suit Trices: $10 $12:50 GUARANTEE with zvf . $20, tFence i experi-'cnce- .it -- - -- doub-line.th- g -- McBcc VA And' fond ones have flown. Oh, who wouldinhablt this bleak worldl , -a- lone,--Oh! and, economy in weight and price. 4 "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence, and makes it uncqualed for toughness, strentn, And SEND US YOUR, .MAIL. ORDERS i ..V - t mm still," avoice Her lavorite flower was the racd-'elittle violeCihat shrank., from the .gaze of man. Her was so intense that absent too long from Crab Orchard she almost died , and nearly every for,tlie touch ot that is hand AdapTed to every FIELD, FARM, RANCH", LAWN & POULTRY purpose Every Rod Guaranteed Perfect st . 1 Jocal-palrtotis- m it NOE'&iDAVlS 2 with-snoctalgia- - ttvV: j. - - " X. mmmmmES m -- Xr. -- ,s. , i ''. Citt. s; A -'- s f "I - 'JT S2BW, MT. VERNON SIGNAL and xv -of the Spiro fine stove, desk, safe and show followed will bows, but he has searched long section, is very sick. Among cases, etc. those attending court irom here We also have the Robinet post and earnestly for golf balls, which Friday, April.26; 19 12 this week are Mr. and MrsD. office which will go'with thebusi- - are equally elusive, B. Albright " and daughters, ness and which pays about $200 a if Uncle Sam should tell the Misses Eva and Leila, Mr. ard year. This is an old stand ot operators and miners that the Published every Friday by Mrs. M. A. Stephens, John about sixty years standing and is pab'ic- - ought not to ha-- e to suffer EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, Sigraau, J. M. Adams, W T. cnnsiaerea oy an wno Know id as for lack of coal, we fear on i ot them t Brooks, J. W. Proctor. JoMi the best stand in the couutry any-- j would bob up and tell him that Harp, J. B. Far r is, Mr. und Mrs. where. We have been doing a' smau children should be seen and . $I.OO DESCRIPTION ONE YEAR J. W. Tate, Mr. and Mrs. A. E business some years 01 over ten not heard. Albright, Drs. W. E. Gravely thousand dollars a year. This is The'.People should Rule, but the Advertising rales made known on and W. F. Carter, J. F. Carter known as the Big Store or the People's Wives are more likely Judge A. J. Haggard, H H, firm of Allen & Sons. application to. Owing to the death of my son, Reynolds and others. Jacob EU It is inevitable that a. new party rer and J. W. Woodall are jurors J. L. Allen, and of W. R. Allen should be formed, if our law makers in Mt. Vernon during this term having to look after his business MEMBER OF ail to provide offices enough t o Miss Lena Albright in Covington, I am unable to look KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION of court. after all my business, and will go.aiound. was in Mt. Vernon Tuesday. A Jbig stir was created in Wash Rev. E. M. Armitage returned therefore sell this property. It ; from Pittsburg Wednesday where is tne best cnance you may ington by the report that a straw holding a meeting ever get and if interested you had ballot of the New York kinder he has been for the, past two weeks. The better come and investigate im gartens showed a majority of 372 case of the Commonwealth mediately or you may be too late. for Santa Claus for president. If the Psvchical Research So- Very truly, against Maurice Faris" for the iattlt killing of Dan Woods was conAlbert Allen. cietyhears the door-kno- b often makes tinued. Col O. W. Turpinis on they should look to see if the cat Circumstances BAD HABIT. heroes, ano some ot tie heroes of trial this week for the killing of PUTS FND TO isn't trying to get in, before deThings never look bright to" ciding that it is the spirit of Dr. became the awful Titanic disaster Bogue Phillips. A jury has been one with "the blues". Ten to so from necessity and not from selected from Lincoln county one the trouble is a sluggish liver, Funk. choice. Col. Astor, Major Butt - V. S. Overstreet was in town filling the system with bilious This is the season when Wash and some of the other great heroes Wednesday delivering pictures. poison, that Dr. King's New Life ington is overrun with High school we hear -- so much about were Walter Turpin went to Mulling Pills would expel. Try them. excursionists, it being more im because of the appearance Station Friday to assist in in- Let the joy of better leelings end portant for the young to study the heroes Best for stomach, "the blues". 01 a 45 which they knew would stalling the big rock crusher for liver and kidneys. 25c at Chas. art of getting office than arithme be thrown down upon them and theW. J. Sparks Co. Mrs. W. C. Davis'. v tic or history. used if necessary to prevent any H. Sowder spent Sunday in the Mr. Roosevelt is writing some SUNNY SQUIBLETS. one from entering one of the hfe country, the guest of her parents of hjs' speeches with old pencil Stop thrashing '.round, Father, boats until ordered by the boat Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Harris.4-Geor- ge as he sits stubs on his suit-cas- e crew, and at' that time for once Fogln, of Louisville, is of Waters! You'll fall out of your in the railroad station. He can't in life there was no respector of here this week. A. M. Hiatt hs bed!. qualify as a seasoned newspaper persons. All looked alike. Those closed a contract for a ".Flying At the best only a small fraction man- until he can prepare copy on who were able to escape are to be Machine" for the fair this year. of the population gets any higher the top of a derby hat. congratulated even to Mr. Ismay, This will be quite a show for wages through the tariff, while and those who had to go down, the majority of our people, 3s every one is taxed by it. In case of rheumatism relief their death we should morn. from, pain makes sleep and rest any many of us never witnessed the Congress is investigating of the kind. The ship w.ill money trust without learning a possible. This may be obtained thins by -- applying Chamberlain's LiniBRODHEAD. make two flights daily, and the thing as to how the everyday man ment. For sale by Chas. C. only trouble that is anticipated can get into it. Davis. j- rVfJnnAa T .ppcp was taken by the directors of the fair is, It is expected that Congress will there will not be room for .he pass the Children's Bureau bill suddenly illlast Wednesday night t people. The price of admission as even children grow up to be and only liveda few hours. She will only be twenty five cents as constituents some day. Sore Lungs and a Dry was in town shopping Wednesday Hacking Cough can De managers propose usual, and the relieved by using The whole political situation can afternoon. A. E. Albright, W. C. that has be summarized in a line. The W. Tate, Granville to give an exhibition Turpin, Ballard's excelled for any price. Republicans in 1908 promised to and Bryon Owens, and Evan never been Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiat were revise the tariff downward, and Wheldon were in Mt Vernon, and family they haven't done it. Thursdav of last week. Mr. and with R. L. Smith Every preparation is C. C. Cable andlittle daug-te- r Tuesday. Mrs. Mr. Roosevelt compares dealing our the lunes Is Its effect In healing, very Margaret, of Marcellus, were being mada by a number of con- with Colombia on the Panama and to put down their "V7hO are with Mr. Cables mother. Mrs. citizens cranberry jelly I racked bv a to those cough. Re I. nalnful crete walks, and in the next few question to "nailing Laura Cable from Friday until days What a sauc-- - y tightness, loosens lieves com- - to the wall." 'nhleirm. .clears the voice or ". Tuesday. Mrs. J. M. A'dams pleted.-DV-several walks will be . hoarseness and aulets all irrl- George Frith was at remark! was in Mt. Mt. Vernon, shopping tated conditions, so that the on foot to have A movement is Louisville Saturday sleep Is no longer disturbed at last week. Mrs. Mollie Durham home from .night. Mr. and Mrs. J. setvant girls addressed as "Miss" of this place is the guest of her until Monday. Price 23c, SOc and SI.OO. of Lebanon Junction, but they don't help in families son Fred L. Durham of Mt. Ver- I. Painter, Buy the J 1.00 size. It conhe'ra this where they don't dare speak to tains Ave times as much as the non this week. Walter Robins are visiting relatives her at all. 5c size, and you set Trlth each and Dr. George Frith were in week. hottle a Dr. Herrick's Red Pep will stand with-on- t Few politicians per Porous Plaster tor the chest. Mt. Veronn Sunday. J. Thos. The subject of the Woman's hitching nowdays, but it's no JamesF.Ballard.Prop. St.Loult.Mo. Cherry was up from Crab Orch Missionary Society of thePresby-byteria- n use to tie them down if you want Stephens Eye Salve Is a healing ard Sunday to see his mother church this month: to save the hitching post. ointment lor oom who is very ill with pneumonia. 'Immigrant communities' was l3.oAMpRcconHCNngCBv It issaid that Mr. Taft never He returned home Sunday night of peculiar interest, 'f fi& wai and found his wife very sick, but due especially to the fact that two we understand that she is better of the members, Miss McCord at this writing. His mother re- and Miss Watson were able, from Engmsh Squibbei, Is combined stallion, 4 years old, lull 16 hands mains about the same. W. A. experience, to speak of the settlehigh, 3 white feet and Btar, a beautiful bay with high style and action, subject Tyree was at home for a few days ment work among the foreigners to registration. This young stallion will make the season of 1912 at my barn oolt. Season money Insure Hiatt Post Office at the first of the week, from the of our country. This may seem yz mile from when colt is foaled $10.00 to parted a livingCare taken to prevent with. or mare becomes due capital of Harlan County. Mrs. unimportant, but did you know accidents but not responsible should any occur. He has proven himself a good d saddle b3ing large, A. M. Hiatt and Mrs. Floy Fran- that forty-si- x out of every one breeder, Ills colts Sired by Kentucky Squirrel 2623,colts. by Wood Squirrel 2832, by Pedigree: cisco were numbered with the hundred people in the United Black Squirrel 58. 1st dam Nellie Duddern Reg. No. 3663, by Van Mater s Squirrel's 1st King 739, sick last week Willie Yadon States are foreign born or of for- Hunter, heBon of Silver King. English dam of English dam sired by English Hunter the Win. lusk. by Abdallah Messenger, 1st & who is clerking in the Hiatt eign parentage. Most of them saddle mare fthe best saddle mare ever inrGarrard Co.) by Davy Crockett, son Abdallah dam by Imp. Drennon, Howell resturant in Livingston are brought here by the 'tales of of Denny's Drennon,Messenger Chief (sire2nd Maud by Highlander. Jake 2.30 Meg.seuger 2.16t of Messenger sired by was at home Sunday. C. V. Jar. the attractiveness of America, of and 7 others better than 2:30) 1st dam Susie by Sentinel. time and place ret was with homefolks Saturday the vast sums of money to be &a- - white I will also at the same pood breeder, at stand to insure a Black Jack with living mule and boned, a J5.00 nnints. McCall cumulated, of the absolute liberty 6,00 to iiigureheavv and Sunday. -- Miss Lena a liyfog njare mule. has returned to her home in of each individual. Slooe they P. O. LEAR, iliatt, Ay. after spending settle in communities in the large Maretburg, several months in school at this cities, surrounded by people place. Brodhead Graded School speaking the same language, they closes this ,week. A report of are hampered iu their attempts YOU do not run your buggy, automobile or the commencement exercises to speak English. It is for this other machinery till it squeakg aud griuds will appear next week Cecil purpose that classes are held and cuts itself to pieces. You clean and oil it Houk and Elmer Cummins of among the men and women, thru often. Louisville were the guests of Mr. which they become English-speakinYou should be as caretul of your watch. It is small and light and can not speak loud when R. S. Snivel Sunday and and Mrs. Americans, Cooking, it is dry and needs cleaning and oiling so Itbe-i Monday. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. too, is taught, elther'ln the homes liable to cut and wear and need attention Chandler spent Sunday with rel- or else in some centrally-locate- d fore you know it. You may not Jcnow it till atives at Bromo. Mr. and Mrs. building where the women my the watch is completely ruined and stops. J. F. Bordes were the guests of learnnot only the art of cooking Bring .your watch to us and let us examine Mr. John E. Craig and family but that of neattn ss as well. it with .our strong glass to see its condition accurately. W wiU how you and explain Sunday. Mrs. J. M. Owens has FOR SALE the exact condition. week Ingall been quite sick this aqtf adjusted Business stand on the Big Hjll Cooks-bur- g Every watch should be thoroughly cleaned and d Baughraan was over from your watch and it win iasj Robinet, Ky., on the old estate once in each year. Take proper?-prof at Saturday and Sunday. "r; road between Jackson and'Rock-castl- e you a litetime. AuntMary Flynn, one of the Consult ns on all WATCH DISEASES. counties. This property best old ladies in our town is very sick with an attack of rheu- consists of two or three acres of Mrs. Robert Albright good land, and more if desired, H. G. Owens, II ....... 1 .1 THIS - . ' -- ? SPACE BELONGS TO j- 8. B. McKENZIE THE FURNITURE MAN Watch It Every Week - I !P3 When you feel Taxx, Sick, Btretchy. Half Blue and Out of Sorts, look to .the liver; It is Torpid. C One Way to Save M $-1,00- T- Horehound Syrup HERB1NE M the Remedy You Need. for It is an invigorating; tonicaose a torpid liver. Tne a nrst uays xew brines iraDrovement. use puts the liver in flne vigorous condition. Ilerbine also extends its restorative Influence to the stomach and bowels, it helps digestion and food assimilation, purifies the bowel3 and brines bade the habit of regu lar dally bowel movements. When the stomach, liver and bowels are active, bilious lm- nurltles no lonrrer obstruct functional processes, the result of which is renewed energy. mental . activity and cheerful spirits. Price 50e per Bottle. ! jamesi-.tsauani- ff Give yourself a note for $1,000, due in Plan to four years. pay it off in monthly installments of $20. Deposit your payments in this bank, on savings account. fr The deposits you iP make and the interest they earn will give you M a nucleus of a t. rop. at.Loun,mu. Use Sttphans Eye Salvs for Sore It Cures: if ...- - Ey. ISoLOAMOftCCOHmNOtOBy larger fortune; will next thousand more quickly and come more easily. Save 1. 000 at this iP bank. Begin to do it NOW. your ENGLISH SQUIRREL CONN BROWN A. B. FURNISH h Tjie People's Bank MT. VERNON. KY. U. G. BAKER, President. J.P.E DRUM.MOND,Vice.-P- . F.L.THOMPSON.Jr., Cashier. gLAppg C. COX.Ass't. Cash. Brown-Furnis( a genaral Rea 1 Estate jibi;3iq333; handle town and farm ,prop erty, do abstracting anu We do uu. - well-forme- pass on wipa, If you want to sell list youp-prowitn us; if you want to buy we oan sye you money. t!ph .jy?S553SS5SSSS5 DON'T ABUSE' YOUR WATCH JONAS McKENZIE KEEP AN EYE ON THIS SPACE wil WEEK, where you always find listed the bet of goods, which are sold for a fair margain of profit Goods bwgh! right an4 q!4Sight re the kind of goods that it always pays t buy Our Motro ha$ always been to give 'to our customers the very best goods possible for the money. Thanking my customers for the pat ronage in the past and asking a continuance in -- g -- rs-oile- e FRANK MOORE i lor. country storehouse of Rowland is with her mother and the finest buildMrs. Bettie Brown of near here in the two counties. The contains J. E. Wallin ing is 55x100 feet and this week.-M- rs. was in Stanford Tuesday and over five thousand square feet of Good iron roof, Wednesday, she was accompanied floor space and papered home by her husband. Post- building all painted a metal ceiling, extra master John Robins, and little and has daughter Mildred were in Mt. good shelving throughout the lighted. and extra-wel- l Vernon Monday. U. B. Cass fs building five-roodwelling house Also a in Harlan this week. Brack well built, painted and papered. PraH Orrh n.V,m titoc Cass wu afc Qne of the finest oOfcot wells in ard Sunday county. Ice cold clear home Tuesday.-Go.YfuIo- tif,a year. A fine garden Moterman for the street Rail water all tfee poultry yr4 bwljith. wire way Co, of Louisville is with Ms md. parents this week. Joe is In necnnR. 11,000.00 ajfcock Sbelbyville this week, the guest There tenbost a on knd irfefch Ja now of his sister Mrs. Elizabeth Tay beo soW H coat aftd Jew. A m Owen matism. &x&3qx$l& :$dic36$d 1 GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead Ky i . BoktJe Ami 5nrtarffcifc .Jt t';W"T-WT-"B-"r71 thei uture, I am v 4 Coffins, COMPLETE LINE Caskets and Robei. '" Yours very truly, All Mall, Telegraph or Tele - JONAS McKENZIE, - ' phone order Promptly Filled.C- Mt VcrnonKy of-g(6d- s -- - --V-' WT -- " in.HHsr M M BM ;i Ivnrttodl immmmmtmmmmmmam m vuH mrf-- trw ' r mi fogfocgfogggtor MHJMajjSttdH - .. ; 3? -- -- "'r H.- V- Zl :- i y .. 1? - rpr? ! wrfc-' w. f..i V : fte J. A II- - l r. r .- - ' EvanTbas purchased"a' BALTIMt)RE"OAPT:TAL' The people 'of TnTs"&uhty werer ? MT.VEBNON "SIGNAL lotGentry Spark's & Davis addition in the shocked Saturday morning, when and "Will begin at once the erection Invested in Coal and Cement Industhe newswas spread tha,t Jones L. Ky., April 26, 191 2 of a residence on the lot. Mt. Vernon, tries in Kentucky. Allen, of Robinet had been fatally Preaching at the Presbyteriarrf Batimore men have organized a stabbed by Sanford Isaacs,; a neigh-Call up "No. 79" when y I7Q ygu wan Ito Communis WQ church Sunday. Morning sermon $2,400,000 corporation, entitled the ' S3 bor of Allen. From best r reports oata wllh SIGNAL Cement and we can net it seems that voune subject: "Salvation and Strength" Kentucky-PortlanEvening service at 7:30 o'clock. Coal Company, to mine coal and Allen and Jim Johnson were on li manufacture cement at Pine Hill, ' their way to the home of Allen late All welcome. Ky. The capitalization is $1,200, "Fridav nieht when thpv met -- -- -- . You'll find Sutton & McBee .... ra , . I right in the middle of town, with a 000 stocK and $1,200,000 nrst an(j afler ha ioineri them tlipv wont .! mortgage 6 per cent coupon gold on their way peacably as far as the high class line of Mens and Boys Louisvillc . Nashville R. R. Co. home of Hyatt Drew, After the Furnishing; fine loot wear andl bonds. man who' wears shoes The company has purchased r.- - Drews had been aroused and the TIME TABLE. drygoods for women and girls of Quality and Comfort 200 acres of coal land aud 8ooacres'tnree men entere(i thehou.e Isaacs He believes in 22 uortn 4.46 p m at Sutton & McBee. ot clay and limestone land at Pine and Johnson became engaged in 21 norttt good 3:53 am Strayed or Stolen- - A yellow Hill, where it will locate its plant. a and considers quarrel. Drew pushed Johnson 2 1 sooth 11:38 a m pup. on Tuesday About $1,000,000 will Le invested last Left out the door and V file Allen was appearance and ease before cost 21 South 12:19 am Liberal reward for his return or for the first installation to manu as peacemaker Isaacs stabbed ":im, Tas. Landrum, Agent. information leading to his recover facture cement and mine coal, the the knife entering the stomach PhoneNo. 58. J. M. Adams. daily capacity to be 2,000 barrels making the wound from which 8 Apr. 26-2Brodhead, Ky. of cement and 500 tons of coal. Saturday - afternoon. he died E ltrtv1 at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice The officers of the company are: Isaacs is in jail here. Jones Allen as second-clas- s mail matter. It came as quite a surprise when, President. E. M, Newton; Vice was a prominent young business the announcement was made yesPERSONAL terday, morning that Mr. Tom President, Robert S. Maslin; Treas man, being the junior memoir of urer, Harry J. Matthews, Secretarv Mrs. R.. W. Dvctte was in Lon- - O'Mara, of Nashville Tenn., and William L. Haworth; Engineer in the firm of Allen & Son, and well will help you in your climb made over Miss Leila Mae Lovell had eloped l'ked by all who krew him. If he 1" don Tuesday. to Jellico, when they were martied Charge, John W. Dreisbach, all of and Isaacs had ever- had any lasts of the very - best Rev. M. G. Fish will preach at yesterday. Mr. O'Mara holds a Baltimore. previous trouble whatever, we have Buckeye Sunday. These lands in and around Pine not been able to hear of it. lucrative position in NashvilleTenn materials. can your feet Miss Ella Francis is spending a and is a splendid young man, Hill are known as the Col August The Home Economics Club held few days in Louisville. while the bride, who is a daughter. tract purchased a number of years very interesting meeting this Hon. Fontaine FoxRobbitt was of Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Lovell is ago by that gentleman from the old ja week, i here during the week. one of Mt. Vernon's most attract- Pine Hill CoaPCo. Geologists The open meeting of the George Furpuson has moved ive, beautiful and charming young have since discovered valuable ladies. To this splendid young minerals thereon such as clays and Woman's Club this evening, with his family to Junction City. Mrs. W. J. Sparks. 6n All Ben Gatliff was here from couple we extend hearty congralu-lotion- all ingredients necessary for the Walk-Ove- r They returned to Mt. production of cement in vast quanshoes wear better Williamsburg Wednesday. tities, is also considerable coal in feel better, look, better, than the Vernon on the train yesterday J. M. Brown was down from afternoon, and affer a few days these and surrounding lands. The ordina.y kind,, and .cost you no East Ben.stadt, Wednesday. stay will go to Nashville where new corporation, has engineers moie Sutton & McBee. Mrs. Mollie Miller is with her they will make their home. under B. R. Hutchcraft, on the Deputy U. S. Man halls F, P. sister, Mrs. S. W. Davis at Mystic, grand mapping and making preElliott and Frank Mullins of LonKy. CIRCUIT COURT. parations for the construction of don, made a raid in the Eastern Editor Sheiton Saufley of the The Rockcastle Qircuit Com necessary buildings and work part of this County Monday and Interior-Journal.where Wednes- convened Monday and as usual a will be pushed. Some 500 cr 6pp nnntiirerl a mnnn:"nine cHU raorlv day. THAT MEASURES UP REASONABLY 'ELL WITH full Docket, even more than it men will be engaged on the works .s They maae a for operation. Walter Robins and Dr. Geo. M. would be possible to try within the When established, thorough search but failed to find Frith .were "up" Trom Brodheacf limited time. Judse B: --J. --Bert " At a meeting of the direptofs'ojj the owner or operator," ;: ." Sunday. thurum was on the bench and dethe Mt. Vernon Fair Association. Uncle Tohn French of this place Miss Sarah Maret of the Wildie livered to the grand jury, which April 20th, contfact for building has in his possession a walking .section, is with her daughter Mrs. is one of the best grand juries ever wereaward-e- d cane,?matfeof bickory.fyhicb has empaneled in the county, a strong track and amphitheatre can fit you up from foot to head and is J Fish. to Wm-- . Bullock, he being the been in bis family sixty five years, Miss Eva. Fish is in Cincinnati, charge, outlining the duties. back again in the style suits you Mr. Bullock in- to his knowledge.. Uncle John is Judge M. L Jarvjs, prosecuting lowest bidder. sixty nine years old now, and revisiting Misses Margie McClary forms us that he willbegiu work at attorney, was at bis post of duty members the cane belonging to his and Annie Newland. y to take care of the state's interest. once and push the work to a fin- grandmother, Mrs. Mollie Durham, of Brod-heaish. All .persons who have not The following Jurors were is with her son, F. L. Durham Rhode Island 'Reds- :- Eggs paid for stock are urged to settle TRY a setting of 15 5o cts, Please give a tw weeks visit. for same at once, a? work is now ready Grand Jury 3 days notice so as to- - have all E. T. Fish, prominent farmer and to begin, -t fresh eggs'o'n hand. busine.-.--- man, or neir Berea, was E.B. Brown. J. G. Anderson, Isaacs wno cut Jones Alien is, J. M," Evans, here Monday attending court. Robt. Cox, R. L. McFerron, J. L. now in jail, having been arrested Mch. ag-7- t, La 'gford, Ky. Attorney Kendrick Alcorn was Hasty, W. T. Taylor, G. W. Brown a' few Wire - alter ihe here Wednesday,, to assist in the Gran Price, W. A- - McKinney, at bishotn.e ,SALE:-SeU.Boone, '.t cutting, took plaee. On aecouht.of jpR. vai:.4i . .. fT. Hays, selection of the Jury in the Terpin Wm. Sam McClure, K county white seed cor.n$Y.75 per. the Grand Jury being in session ' case. J. W. Van Winkle. LOOK" FOR bushel.- the right of an examining trial THE SIGN W. A B. Davis, J. B. McKenzie, j. R. A. Schrader, Petit Jury was waived and the case goes be OF THE Livingston, Ky. and O. F. Wallen are near Berea P. H. Shutts, J. S. Rowe, fore that bodv. The cae will not- Apr. " FISH doing some surveying for C. C. Willis Bustle, R. L. Smith, Wm, come up for, trial at this term Williams. Arnolds, Wm. Southards, Tom Whatever the nature pf the im I Cam Mullins is now a citizen of Taylor, Tom Mod Mqlliqs, gan diptment returned,. fqr Infants and Children, tPWO, He has rented E, B, Oqx's. Brown, Alfred Bryant, Joel PitVoh'H find the very best class, W'KinlYw.Have Always Bought property. Mr, Mullins is special man H. L. Smith, only and Boy's Clothing and Furnishing Store of mens and boys Furnishing in Bfarg thQ agent for the L. & N, JTX yljf f 'S7 fit JUHY No, 2 the County, at very reasonable Slgnatureof H, J, Mullins is suffering Mr. in the County Joe Wood, Calllo Baker, Jacob prices at Sutton & McBee. from a very piinful but not serious Elder, Weiley Abney, Wm. Kirby, accident inflicted on his foot by R. L. Bray, Geo. Perciful, Wm. striking himself with an ax. Hurst, Logan Owens, Sam Shirley Tate is at home from J. C. P. Myers and J. J. the Louisville School of Phar- Brown. So. macy. After May 1st he will be The following cases have been 0 bgc af his ojd place in Cftas. C. tried: 0"ck Smitfy concealed e9 CO goto gayis' grug gtQj. weapons $35 and costj Rector" oS 00 e Mrs." W; L8 RjohaFdV went to Coffey, breaph of the peace $50; 88 OS Louisville, Monday, to be treated James Winsted, injury to property 0 (3harley Stephens, by a specialist; Mr. Richards acquitted; 30 eio and daughter, Mfss Sadie, went shooting on public highway 5 60 SSa 09 down Wednesday mqrniqg to he and costj Maurice Farns, pistol 90 up h BB"Trn j ti r C0 iis 80.. 255 J, B. G. Miller fined in five With her, Mrs. Richards under99 90..00 8 went an operation, Wednesday, cases for selling liquor $60 and S900 O0 and We are proud to be nble to say .10 days in each oasej James Baker Q9.. a $60 each in two cases for selling that she is doing nicely.. 9 liqaor; The case against Maurice 0 LOCAL .O0 Farris for the killing of Lee Wood 0 ..(oa Genuine Panama Hats at Fish's continued until the August term; 90 Bttta. 00 Geprge Fqrgu.sp.n. cbajgefl with 0 Want to trad.e a thorough bjed 0 c. -presenting a -- pistol at Jqhn W. 0 Jersey heiler ? years old for a young 9. Marler, acquitted; Fritz Krueger 9V cow with calf. a ipdicted for obstructing Old Main Mgs. J. T-- Apams. ..00 90 street fined one cent anp costs. 90 03 Eggs: S. 0 Red Leghorn eggs The next ease called was that of 0 90 Oweh W. Turpin charged .with the at 50CIS per setting of 15 eggs. Ge..; 09 Rome Graves. killing of- - Bogie Phillips when 09 09Mch. 29 31. both sides Announced ready. The Wabd 9 09 09 One nearly new 18 entire panel of the twenty four For Sale: 09 hp boiler-anengine and band saw regular Jurymen being exhausted t -90 complete. Will sell worth the without secqring a inglg Juror in 90 the case ap4 realising that it 90 money. K.'J. MpKpNgY. 90 ' would he a" difficult matter to 90 Apr. t. Mt. Vernpp, gy. 90 Deny Yourself Pleasure pf .Having secure a Rockcastle county jury, 90 as-quichly-a90 .Albert Reynolds, aged twenty as the case has twice been tried 90 Home Music in Goob 90 three, a clever gnd popular young ana twice convicted, but Mrh 90 90 man, died Monday morning of time reversed bv the Court of ApThe piano is the greatest of all pleasure, instruments for the home 90 90 tuberculosis at home of bis father peals,, the Judge ordered Sheriff and it is no longer necessary to bean accomplished musician in order 90 . 90 . Thomas G. Reynolds, near Wi'die. Jficeleytogo to Lincoln county to play it. 90 Human Ingenuity-- has made it possibleior anyone to play a piano 90 gis remains, were laid to rest at the and summon a special Venire of 90; by means of perforated music rolls thus eliminating yearsot tedi( us 90 Maret burying ground Tuesday, 75lBjen, who arrived at Ml. Vernon practice and placing the responsibility of correct playingfpn tne'piatfo 90 90 He was married three years ago, on the noon train Wednesday. rainer man on ine pianist. 90 90 to Miss Vula Coffey. She and one The following L'iucoln citizens 90 ( child survives him. Few young wr re selected to try the case: Mat 0 men of his age could claim mote James E. Gooch, J. S. Campbell. 90 0 friends than Albert Reynold. Up Walter Warren, ,A. C. Alford, every device necessary to make the piano "human," but you will tf.. Has . J. realize this onlv when vou'hear played. 'That is why;ewant you to 90 if T to a few months ago he bad been O. Newland, J. L. Sloan, E. Wilk 91 Aattssnannn tQ.lilltiimiulrita'M.i. auiuutauu. a t 'e iwl UUo YrnirtrT in Uaaf fwuw,i net .. ww. uj.uujuusupi A.&4G 90 cviug bw uwn cnliia local agent for the L. & N. at inson, wm. - .. 90 McGuffey; W. M. great pianist play only there is no admission charge.' ." 0- Vr t 9 ir ' - M9' J? Wiklle, lor several years. He Duncan,. J. L. Goode, Cicero Rey-- 90 v ; T was burried by the Odd Fellows ot nolds. W. D. Withers. l ?" wfcich,orcer be i.was. as honored r 5V The taking of evidence was -; , . KY.gJfK WINCHESTER 4ember. -wr r yesterday in the Terpin trial. . jk? . a -' d T 4 sr r57t EVER NOT CE , - Ur i The i "Gets There" "Running Gear" L The Bates Shoe fit - "Natural Shape" We $3.50 & $4.1 I i .STRAWS Shapes s. Panamas SPECiALat Genuine 25c to $2 $5 THERE IS ONLY ONE as I r ! -- I FISH'S Guarahteed CLOTHES aFish Hat We that And that . d, OUR SERVICE WILL PLEASE YOU US BEWARE OF IMITATIONS hbm. - 17-3- L - CASTOR A "T Wm The Men's . Mc-Hargu- e, H!t:sst::::!t;;:::t;55J!n;s;::ii:::! S2::::::::::::::::::::pH::::::::::H::::H:H::::::::::5p:nn":nnn ee. 0. Livingston's Big we jk i.'-- Sc. eo. a. w 0. - o. d 5-4- Dont The -- Piano Your Own . and we'are prepared to show you the greatest '.values and styles ever shown in this country. ;We earnestly request everyone to visit, our possistore ble and examine, our ith the coming of the Beautiful Spring we know that every lady will want a nice new suit, .S9 w0 Mammoth Stockof Goods - The AUTOPIANO F. B. ENDICOTTt'DAj jC -- n .H, : - HA ML IN '. - -- ! LIVINGSTON, KY, ." ...0 , : - 4 be-lx- -- :t -- t. i Mr&sz&yf:. ft . ?- - . . ..-.-.- ; j& s. . St ,."" 3f - . - - - ' i ; .. x?: .. - 'P' T. 3 - -- J7UI & " j -- 1" - ' ' ' - " K pr JiVsf 'Vwi" J0. 1ti0V t a ir v. SgSp; -- . ?. "lifi t. ' J - 3Si.JtS r' , r .'V ." -- . - T. .in n . . i j- . . St -- c JL i..JT-,- r i(tfr?.c--9- . .'- Jig5FSes"- -- ,. . J.-l-- -. . j. n - : . -., ci- " - - u res-.i-J9aja- , 'tT IV , ga V sia9S----3a0szEgp-- j.iVfi. aiy&ffiHiSri. HIM m . . '- - -- jgsjarat--S'jftga .nr-'s-.-i--- m-L- - . ii - " .- .- -.,- - . . r , II i v . 4i -, ' 'n "l In ii ininmiii f1 .i.i I' f- im ii - ' ii ii Tl- - l ! - t-- j yi m t,fcMWMqM)lE3gStJME3IEgB34MCBKff HOURE1! iJKAVlNJBJ. TCofr TU .4. .- - 1 raSxr':" "' t Buried deep in our and stone root, golden seal, Oree3 grspc root end which has R?V. Pierce made 4 pure glyceric .. fnrtv vears. He called it ? iU01QC11 .j ieuiciu mtr rnn ,rrnmnrn ami in- .w -- k i :Ccii hmlcpr and -- ".- vou "-.- " ii lt This "Discovery" purines me ii . , msia. , . tonic . reauiro m XNature own way. it system . recovenng trom a nara coiu, :: when of- times; - m conseonence k uui w .v:ifr" r consuiuuuu we oi .mon fc nnr ill ii i.hnrainrv for the constant mnnu DrPierceGoTdec Medical Discovery stren ... . .uUU "EKe je.", t puts lt.m snapc expel the roisocs from the body. The weak, ncry- kidneys to debilitated condition which so many people ous experience at this time of the year is usually ttie eucct oi poisons in Ue blood; it is often indicated by pimples or doiis feel blue. appearing on the skin, the ace becomes thin-y- ou sufjerinc with an awful "IIoro than r. wock ago I was anu o"ui ."V-- t. cold in mv head, throat, urcast, 7T auiu--1AME3 G. KENT, Ot 71U Jj. Oireet, O. x.., was advised yoio called it Va Grippe, some pneumonia.. I uy a i ruaiu w uj ,"'.'1".yJi,r ,.7, H t.hntTfool rf cry.' tnea a doiuo uuu iu um iuij safe in saying It is the greatest and best medicine that 1 was before My health is much better than it ever It does all you claim for it and is MtaB jSir mHci satisfactory." Esq. J. G. Kent, -. a W&W jga Ibrwt re T AmcriCcr. -- """.?7 -- fcne Tfibte ,, yuv ettct a ., .i?tfiS . aa w - The fine cplflbinatldn stallidnj Ck" Rocket Peavine, will niake the 1912 at the stable of fc ; season of IRoy Beazle ia Mt. Vernon, at 51U. tOlUSUreailVingCOlt.ii it iii j - iVloney . si" . fect-Jrofhlo- od! .. due when colt is foaled, mare ....t. .. imTifii- itriin fir" inrun ui M.riiir.nfrr horse. Due care taken to pre- . vent accident out not responsible I run-dow- n, SllOUld any OCCUr. DhSCUIPTION AND PEDIGREE. u, l . ..,. ,- r" r -- Rocket Peavine is a beautiful bay, full 10 hands high with the ver best of feet and legs. Is a horse of fine style and acton, both under saddle and in harness. " Has the best disposit on of any stalion 1 'ever saw. Can rack or trot a j three minute clip, Will be for the, fairs after the pre-paie- d v Yesterday To-morro- w W TO-DAY to-da- Tc-da- y temporary mercenary advantage, Bears the Signature of Thirty thousand people homeand in their eagerness to display The THE BAtflv OF MT. VERNOX that advantage at every opportunity less along the Mississippi. often destroy their greatest bless- government never thinks of faxing TIimi our hope is that all your moneys will brinp you happiT-uTcAu ing, the physical counterpart of the levees until they are covered ness, and prosperity and all your reoollectious of yestonlay will lirinjr you irreat satisfaeticn and all your dealings and relations sunshine, which is their own with water, and then it can't. with tins Bank will bring you great prosperity. son In these days of anarchist bombs Fourth Dam by Copperbottom. health. Neglected colds, irregular VERWO BANK meas, overloaded stomachs and the conservative householder reJ. S. LANGFORD, MT.VERNON, KENTUCKY night revelry result iu' shattered tires to the vegetable cellar while V. h. RICHARDS, Cashier. C. C. WI.r.IMS, President. Mt. Vernon, Ky. In Use Fop Over Years nerves, depressed vjjror and fat gne the housemaid unwraps anything THE COMPANT. 77 MURRAY STHKT. NtW YOBK CrTT. done up in b'own all of which Invite decline and SILVER DARE Having tur.ied spongy waterdisease. Silver Dar.e is 6 years old, 16 sheds into naked street gutters by Eac l person stands sentimental hands, saddle and harness stallion. at the portals' of his own heilth cutting off forests about our Will make the season of 1912 at streams, we are booked bad and he who guards, protects, floods for vears o come. for my stable, mile of strengthens atid builds up a ruggeu mmmmmmmsmmsyf Hiatt post office, at $10. to insure constitution is justified in pride IT LOOKS LIKE A CRIME. a living colt. Season money beVERNON and find therein his own CD. to separate a boy from a box ot comes due when colt is foalded or compacity to enjoy the Bucklen's Arnica - Salve. mare sold or parted with or bred boils, scratches, knocks, fullness of life PRACTICAL to other stock. Pedigr. e: Silver sprains and bruises demand it The strain of modern comUNDERTAKERS Dare is by Dignity Bare 1982, he mercial and its quJck relief for aid social living taxes scald,, or cuts is his right. burns Keep by Chester Dare No. 10, he by FUNERAL DIRECTORS, strength and energy and m main- it handy for boys, also, girls AND Black Squirrel 58, he by Black Z taining the highest Heals everything healable am E3IBALHEBS Eagle 74, he by King William 67, Unequaled foi we should not only cultivate deej does it quick. he by Washington .Denmark 64. Mt. Vernon. Ky. breathing, out of door exercise, piles. Only 25 cents at Chas. C he by GainesjDenmark 61. DigOavi i. regularity and temperance in a.l Safi( Solid-breec- h, nity's first dam by Liziemont, by things, but study the greatest, of 2 Welchmeint No. 6367, he by WilFOR FLETCHlR'S For ease of action the s all physical which liam Welch 361. Silver Dare's SEZ Licened Embalmcr will have charge of that line of J?emfngtonrUMC Pump Gun, is body nourishment In this, first dam is by silver King, he by alcoho.ic preparations should he S """work forjihe company. Its short leverage enables shooter to"double"at trap Ontime, he by StonewallJackson, carefu ly shunned and .uch i t.: u: v -- . j Or li iainj.nig . W. Hearse sent to all points Dlina WlUlOUt l.U.llg ui Er Orders by wire promptly rilled. he by Washington Denmark 64. n nourishment,, as when seconds count Not a second lost jvhich enriches the JACK. I will also stand a good Manager! Five shots at the shooter's command. young Jack, full 15 hands high blouJ and creates vitality. by builu tng, healing and Office Mt, Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 11a and good heavy bone. Is black should be .selected. .stxengtheniugf WI pump gun. The only bottom-ejectin- g . Mt Vern with white points. Will stand Sco t's EmulMun is scientifically iiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiummiiiiiiiiiiiiiumiiiiiiiiiiii Solid Breech, Hammerless, Safe Jack at $8 'to insure a living colt. prepared and is good for teething Home and office in the late residence JemfngtonrUMC the perfect shootAll rare will be taken to prevent babu-s-. nursing mothers, growing Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old ing combination. accidents but will not be respon- children, the aged and infirm. It MainSt.,;Mt. Vernon. sible should any occur. Same contiins rfo wine or stimulant, Send for Descriptive Folder nut wholesome and pure and C. C. terms with Jack as. with horse. METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. REMINGTON has helurd millions to regain health 299 Broidway, New Ycrk City ATTORNEY-AT-LAR. L SMITH, Hiatt, Ky. and sustain it. Worthless substiin residence, Brodllead Ex tutes are sometimes offered, but Phone MT. VERNON. KY. Scot s Emulsion is the genuine - On 2d.i floor o pure food medicine. "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to TOM COVINGTON. Jr. The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 111. "For street. Special attention givec xs a dark bay. black points, 16 When a mediciue must be given to collections. nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding ray sides. hands high, foalded April 1908, to young children it should be I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, Phone No. 80. sired by Allen Quarter main, he by pleasant to take. Chamberlain's our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint. I was so Tom Covington. 1st dam Maude, Gough Remedy is made from loaf thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am Our line of Couch 2nd dam Gray Eagle. Tom Cov- sugar, and the roots used in its never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in S.V is nnpycelleil ington, Jr., is a combined saddle prepararion "gives it a flavor simifine health at 52 years." Hand-mad- e Coffins furnished u and harness horse. He posseses lar to maple syrup, making it UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER all the five gaits with speed, grace pleasant fo. take. It has no .supe Hearse sent to all parts of and action. He is a true type of rior for colds, croup. and whoop the County ing cougn. For sale by Chas. C. HiililMy hPW the saddler iu beautyof motion Davis. All orders by Wire Promptly Filled and form; is fearless and absoiHLwHHftBITvfvH lutely sound. LAND STOCK AND CROP. We have thousands of such letters, and more are This champion old stalarriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who lion will make season of 19 12 at Phone 94-MT. VERNON, KY J. H. Thompson bought have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetamy farm north of Pine barrels of corn from August .100 Bar-a- t ble, tonic medicine, for women. ffi Hill, Ky., at $10 to insure a living .Clayton Arnold bought a $4. Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak colt. Season money due when women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, hunch of bogs from Edd mare is traded or parted with. give it a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a milClark at 7 cents; James Chr'k sold SBav i Care taken to prevent accidents lion others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredia bunch 180 pounds porkers to ents, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs. but not responsible should any I Clay Arnold from 6 to 6 cents, It is a good tonic Try it I Your druggist sells it occur. JOHN W. HILTON, and J. IJ. Clark sold a lot of 177 Writt to: Ladies' Advisory DcpL, Chattanooga Medicine Co, Caattaaooj. Teat. , I Burns white, clear and April 6, 1 9 12. Pine Hill, Ky . pound hogs to the ., steady ta the last drop. JTor samerader at .v,io, Wu yK iTT?Ni liuait tiC4UlUlor WOBCI, leal Btt, 156 tl.e sake of everyone In the d lamlly, Insist on having cents. Noel and Kurtz bought R. "Our bahv cries for Chamber 32 head of d cattle from Solite Lamp Oil lain's Coub Remedy,' writes Mr. Roberts, of Lincoln, at DENTIST 19; Smokeless Sootless OdorMrs. T. B. Kendrick, Rasaca, MT. VERNON, iftr. less Costs no more than inT. E. Hill bought 16 head of 800 Office ferior tanlr - irnffnn kinds. at residence on Main St jpc&-ija- ; Ga. "It is the best cough remedy Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer has It in barrels direct icon-- r wors Crown audi Bridge Worlt on the market for cough, colds pound steers at the Stanford stock CHAS." C. STOLL O.L CO. lOUMlifc; KY. Ehgab Ray Specialty. Work guarantied and croup", For sale by Chas. C. pens at 6 cents. ECery nt TTarrcn, Ta. Ulb-GrAuto fill. Jlotor GasoUn, bonght a bunch of d Davis cattle at Stanford at $15 per head. V. A. . Lear engaged 100 lambs from I- North Bogie-a- t a price around 7 cents per pound. Stanford Intermf m - "H rTt iitKaJssBsi I ior Journal. to-da- ouly a vision, YESTERDAY is but a dream, well lived makes every yesterday a dream of hapbut a vision uf hope. Therefore piness andevery bring1 your account to not yesterday nor y season closes. Sired by Tom Peavine, he by Infact 2:05, by Electioneer 2:26, the sire of 166 colts, with records below 2:30. Tom Peavine, first dam was by Peavine and was the dam of the great Rex Peavine. Rocket Pea- vijie's dam was Mollie law, by Pat Denmark, he by Rattler, he by V.rnon Black Hawk. Second Dam by Walker's Grey Eagle. Third Dam by Stonewall Jack- BUWAKhi kJt ua-- x i'MiitSl'S FOR CATARRH THAT CONTAINS MERCURY. 43 mercury will surely destroy the sence of smell and completely derate the whole system when entering u tnrougn tne mucous s services. should never be used except ou prescriptions from reputable phvsicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can pos-ibiderive trom them. Hall's (Jatarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O., contains no mercury,, and is taken internally, acting directly upon ihe blood aud mucous surfaces of the system. . Iu buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo. Ohio, by F. . Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by druggist. Price, 75 cents per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Such-articley -- trJi MVwKwT' pyy. Vi-?-;iSi- . irjuxs?- 5 .,., a1bi'gysC-Kc WITHERS -. , . Airs. E. Mullins has tb Hdr home On Round Stone after a weeks visit With relatives here: Mary, the little daughter of J. Mullins, who has been sick tha past week is improving. M r. Otto Mullins visited his cousi.i, Children Cry for Fletcher's HerbertAnderson, Saturday night and Sunday. Misses sallie and Ada Mullins visited their cousin, Miss Pearl Anderson, Sunday. Fred Mullins was with relatives here Sunday. Misses Ollie and M&l fi The Kind You Have . -- -- . F1! a c in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of All Counterfeits, are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good" lwayj Bought, and widen, has been Sarah B. Roberts' attended church at Cove Ridge, Sunday and on their return took dinner with their little friend, Ora Mullins. Bert Robens, son of James Rob erts found an earthen pot supposed to have been used by the Indians. The merchants of this place seem to be doing a very good business. Ben Mullins and wife visited his father, C. E. Mullins, Saturday night. Mrs. Harrison WHEN PRIDE IS JUSTIFIED. Drew, of Robinet, was with her Far too many mortals are vain parents, Mr. and Mrs. Green and self.satisfied because of such Gabbard, Saturday and Sunday. -- ym&! and " to deelv its Imitations sonal supervision since infancy. Allow no one von in this- - and. lias been made under his per goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Bo-wels- What is substitute for Castor CASTORIA Castoria is a hnrmlcss , Oil, Pare- GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS THZ OF MT. The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 one-fourt- h recom-pense-th- e Hn-pimple- s I ,L, DMET 1 3 ; self-efficie- PUMP GUN Hammerless, mn" Ch.ldron Cry power-creator- CASTO Rl A T. FRANCIS, 1 HCOUCH METAL! CCASKETS Coffins and Robes. GEORGE OWENS, 3 ; pre-digeste- d. Scott'.-Emulsio- 3 rm Den t g 'rf32lppr Williams, i- - ARMS-UNIO- N Couldn't Walk! -- TAKER JCJa-sket- s 3.C.MeCLARY TAKE. ARDU I Womarrsfonic t. W. A. COX, S 4-m- ile Stanford, Ky. 175-poun- d -- ...,.. 400-poun- W. DYCHtJ -- gc&33& a! "No-tfari- M 400-poun- s - - :36dc&dji ... C. DAVIS "The one-thi- rd anna s tireen oeal Made-tb-We- ar A TEXAS WONDER. " SEH 'EEeBEL There are lots of Drug Paintw two-third- The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabets, weak and jarae backs, rheumatism and all irregularities ot the kidneys'' 'and Reguin boty men and women. lates bladder troubles in chibren. If not sold Jiy your druggist, will be sect by mail on receipt of $1.06. One small bottle in two months treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from his- - and other states. Dr. E. W HanV ..2936 druggist. Olive street EbuisY"Mo. If you expect to do any painting, you are interested you should be in the qudlty of the paltt to Le iked. In any given job of painting, bbor represents practically s, material 1 the cost "fTiwmmmr&ktlr i of the paint is all important. is sought? It stands to reason that with so much expense in labor, . A: the enduring quality Mount Vernon . 6 ..t Why have the painting done unless the protectiont and durability of tne job . . J .the printed formula on every package. the composition of the paint IS ' upon for durability? HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAIHT IS NOT A SECRET How is one to determine the true value and obtain paint that may be depeaded . Thk paint has tefl The makers have confidence and take pride in the quality and THISOF ANY VALUETO you? rna a Air av the public Manufacturer of WDEALER n Marblesr anu and IT OUGHT TO BE. - i vy - INOE& DAVIS ?"- ' - Soid'by Granite ..c r "S BaR smih v-- 'y ? r 5ASTORIA T- Children dry .FLETCHER'S FOR Monunfents o all Estimates furnished kinds. onappli'cation. . GEO. 0 WENS' Eropr. ? Phone 112 Stores in this latid of ours that sell .Dr&gs, but the Drug Store for the people is the on that gives the purest drugs obtainable. Try us and let us prove ourselves the one. Yours, 363cnic Chaa Phone No. 39 C Davs, Druggist MT. VTRNON, KY. &X3& ii ,- - r U ."' 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