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VERNON, iMW il tewtt Blpli ROCKCASTLE COOTTY, KTM FRIDAY, MAY 10. 1912. Established 1887 NUMBER 32 gravity. Facilities for transporta- vein nearer top of hill. The company's Tieadquarters tion and accessibility to markets e, are first class and can readily be and its officers are at Baltimo-seen by reference to maps of Md. The directors are also there Louisville & Nashville railroad in addition to those at Wilmington Coal Co There is not another large railroad Del,, Albertown, Pa., and "WashCement Kentucky Portland in the United States today but has ington, D. (J., Col. J. A. August Pine Hill Begun The Superintendent, from one to ten Portland cement latter city. etc., will be located at plants on its lines. This will be managers the first cement industry established Pine Hill and Alt. Vernon. The Big Ccmeut Plant a Certainty. B. R, Hutchcraft, engineef Ira on the vast L. & N. system. d M." waS is vfifty eight feet above the mill The cost of the proposed installa- S. Barth and assistants are at Our-tilstand by "J- Pine Hill a few days since site of the cement plant, making tion is placed at one million work surveying, mapping and at making arrangements lor telephone gravity transportation possible for dollars. will platting the'grounds for the buildThe company connection with the new enter- the fuel as well as for the raw naturally take advantage of all ings. Tract laying is going on prise now starting up there. Up- materials. There are three veins modern machinery that means over the old coal road route from on our request for information of coal on the property aggrega- economy in manufacture, and in- Pine Hill depot to a point near old relative to the big undertaking at ting a thickness of ten feet. The stead of paying $2.65 per ton for tip house where- the plant wi;J that point he gives us the follow- analysi- - of this coal proves its ex- coal, it is said it will cost much be located. Tools implements and ing which he eleaned from Presi- cellent quality and fitness for use less than one fourth of this amount material are arriving for use in dent E. M. Newton, B. R. Hutch-craf- t in the manufacture of cement. per ton. These advantages, plus the preliminary work. The men The limestone and shales are the expert management, will make are pleasantly located at V. P. and other sources: Cement found in the mountain on the it possible to produce the highest Freeman's, the man in charge of The Kentucky Portland & Coa' Company's property at right and the coal in the mountain grade of Portland cement at less the company's domains for past Pine Hill consists of about 2000 on the left. The company is doing cost than any other mill in the four years. It will require a train acres. The limestone ledge, being the preliminary work toward the United States. Engineers and of 25 cars to transport the' ma over one hundred feet in thickness construction of a modern and leading cement experts of the chinery to be used in the in above the level of the valley and thoroughly equipped plant to make country agree that the highest stallation of Employextending to a great depth below, not less than 700,000 barrels of grade cement should be produced ment will be given to 600 or The Portland cement annually. The at Pine Hill and at a cost far be- 700 men and the value ot the covers six hundred acres. is pronounced by ex- plant will be up-t- o date in every low that of any other plant any- output of cement and coal is placed limestone perts to be suitable for the man- way, and advantage will be taken where. at more than $700,000 per annum. ufacture of the highest grade ol of all modern machinery that has The company has on its property If the undertaking is carried The clay de- proven practical and means three veins of coal, drift mining out, and we see no reaion why it Portland cement. posits are of great thickness and economy in tnaufacturing cement. containing several million tons of shoulden't be, it will behoove Mt. extend nearly all over the property The transmission of power will bituminous coal, which mines in Ve. non to get a move on and put This material is high in alumina be electrical, and the power plant large blocks, is very hard, and up a first class turnpike between and silica and low in magnesia and itself will use turbine engines and makes an ideal fuel for steam and 't. here and Pine! Hill. i The raw materials being in automatic stakers for feeding the domestic purposes. This coal was iron. It is confidently believed that such great quantities afford a wide boilers. All of the mauufacturing very popular when the m:nes were this great undertaking, in con- scope in arranging the mixture ol" buildings will be of steel con- in operation years ago under Col. nection with the. big jvorks of the these materials for cement manu- struction throughout, corrugated Cash Crooke and later by Col. J. W. J. Sparks Co., in. the stone facture, and make it possible to at- steel fastened to steel girders for A, August and others, and the crushing and that tain here "the point of perfection side walls nd the same material company is assured of a ready greater facilities are' 1 being added used as roofing in all buildings market for in cement making." the block and lump to and ever increasing in output is difficult to express in tons where heat is utilized, the entire oal which will be a It will within next three years inthe estimated quantity of these vast plant will be absolutely fireproof as only the nut and slack coal will crease the county's assessment list deposits. A large daily output of as well as one of the most modern be needed in the mauutaotuie of and valuations to double that ot the manufactured product cannot mill in existence. The company cement. The company has an offer what they are today. It now exhaust the Mipply of materials in will have the most and of $1.65 per ton f. o. b. mines for looks as though Rockcastle's imBoth the labor saving cement plant In the their entire output of block hundreds of years. and mense mineral resources will be limestone and shale will go to the United States and will be able lump coal and they expect to developed. , kj "niill by gravit' , as the mill site is to make ceraeut cheaper than all produce 100.000 tons ""annually.' v vBaltirrt$re Md., . competitors owing to the many Since the mines were opera'tecT in ihe valley. 'May 6,'i9i2, The company owns 1200 acres advantages presented in having years ago two new veins of coal Mr. James Maret; ' of highest grade of bituminous the coal, shales and limstone right have been found at lower levels Gen' I Manager Rockcastle roal adjoining the limestone and on the ground which costs little the product therefrom it is claimed Home Telephone Company, shale. The entrance to the mine for transportation to the mill by is as good ll not better than the Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, MILLION DOLLAR PLANT & Have $1,100.00 Attraction for the - Work at rodhead Fair '. A. M. V r April 24th. 1912. Hiatt. Secretary ' Rocastle County Fair Association, Brodliead, Ky. " " '".-- ' s - My dear sir 1 : - I am glad to know that our contract has proven satisfactory, and take pleasure in notifying you that, Mr. 0. N. Lockwood, Aviator, driving the u Dixie Flyer;" a Prowse will be with you August 14, 15 and 16, 1912, giving two exhibitions daily at your fair, and under your supervision. The flights to take Bi-plane, V the-pian- t. place in the afternoon of each day, at such hours as you may suggest. Each flight will consist of the usual evolutions of a heavier-than-ai- r flying machine. He will be in the air several minutes each flight. In case of business engagement or other reasons keeping me away from your fair, my representative will be present and see that everything will be as represented, Tiusting I may have the pleasure of meeting you in person, and wishing you and your associates, who have made it possible for your people to see '' the latest invention of man " in the air, a merited success I beg to remain.J Very truly yours, -' , " L. V. Prowse. I J sand-indust- ry, by-produ- up-to-da- -- ' Style That Stays Stylish lift in r '"sr'.-ffTf'- L w t mm? 5flf fc ap ySFfXtts M 4s RlVs i i- VTBBl m IB W "'B1 I Style is so important a mattter that one of the most important things about it is How long will it s;ay stylish? Your object in being particular about style is to look stylfehUf you want your clothes to look that way after weeks ard months of wear you must be particular to get something more than just style Your Clothes Will Not Keep Their style unless they're made that way; "made that way" means fabrics scientific shrinking processs, best linings, interlinings and trimmings all-wo- ol v " Miss Edith Ailams, Mattie and ESCAPES AN AWFUL FATE. Dear Sin- -In Myrtie A thousand tongues could not Fannie Riddle, visited Miss reply to your valued favor of -- Miss Mahala the 3rd. instant will say thatl am exnress the cratitude oi Mrs. J. E. Bryant Thursday. 111 , for her wonder Hickney, of near Maple Grove was Cox of Joliet, veTy much pleased to know that ful deliverance lrom an nwtui the guest of Miss Martha and Mt. Vernon has such a wide fatt. "Tvphoid pneumonia had Kindly requesl left me with a dreadful cough, she Fannte Stewart Sunday. Mr. and awake' citizen. any paper which makes mention writes. "Sometimes I had such Mrs. Tasper Owens, visited Mr. of our business "to send us a copy. awfnl coughing spells I thought I and Mrs. Edd Owens of near get no help Maple Grove Sunday. The Bible You can also tell them that later would die. I could from doctor's treatment or other reading at this place continues. on we will carry on an adver- medicines till I used Dr. King's Mfss Maude Adams was the guest tising campaign in their state New Discovery. But I owe my Lang-for- d them tor any life to this wonderful remedy ior I of Misses Hattie and Fannie that will Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John " Quick space they may give us at this scarcely cough at all now Treadway visited relatives in the and safe, its the most reliable of time. lung medicines. Buckeye section Saturday and Will further say that we have all throat and Every botile guaranteed. 50c and Sunday Miss Edith Adams was Portland cement five erected 1.00. Trial bottle free at Cbas. the guest of Misses Mattie and plants iu the United States, and C. Davis'. T? ..:.. DlJJta Cnvi.-Jo.- . 1'UlilJlC IMUUlt UUUUOJ. or more enthusiastic over the COVE prospect in your county than we Wm. Hays, of Conwav, visited have ever been in any former FOR FLETCHER'S proposition tor the reason that his daughter Mrs. J. W. Riddle nature has provided all the first ol the week. The infant materials including the fuel, for child of Pal Moore which has Is there anything in all this the manufacture of the highest been sick for some time is better. world that is of more importance Mr. and. Mrs.. Henrv Parrett, to you thon good digestion? Food grade of Portland cement, which, by the way, does not exist at anv were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. must be eaten to sustain life ard other plant in the United States. Emrait Treadway Sunday. Charley must be digested and converted When the digestio-- i To verily this belief, we expect to Sheperd is working at Mt. Ver into blood. fails the whole body suffers. invest a million dollars at Pine non. Mr. and Mrs. W. C John- Chamberlain's Tablets are a rationHill. I give you this information son visited Mr. and Mrs. J. al and reliable cure for indigestion Docia They increase the flow of bile, Sunday. Miss so that you may appreciate what Boreing you have in your own county. Shepherd spent last week with purifv the blood, strengthen the Usually "A prophet'is not without hei brother, Ramey, of near Mt. stomach, and tone up the whole Vernon C. L Riddle and sister, digestive apparatus to a natural honor save in his own country and healthy action. For sale by Assuring you that we appreciate Miss Minnie, of East Bernstadt Chas. C. Davis. the interest you have'takee, we are, are vis ting "relatives at this place. Some of the people, of this" Yours very truly, church vicinity attended at ' FSR FiETKHER'S E. M. Newton, s ' Buckeye Sunday. President. sii I Children Cry CASTO RI A OMI&ren Cry GA RA r . .joC-- iaiaiaiaBailiiiiHwowavT vo; ." 5. 9 They Have Stood the Test. Don't Buy Until You See Our Goods. Compare the Values, Compare- the Price. You'll be couvinced at ... once we save you money. ; -- OU CLOTfifES Stav STYLISH WITHERS H. Mullins made a busi ness of the trip to Mt. Vernon first . , ' PRICES Prw t0 We Have the Newest Styles in STRAW HATS $5 TO $20 V i Mullins has is some what been very sick but improved Mrs. Joel English of Cruise visited her brother Green Miss Pearl Oabbard Sunday. visited her cousin Miss Anderson Mrs. Lillie Mullins Sunday. Durham is Improving Clarence week. Mrs. Ben slowly. , BARGAINS IN j SHOES. Men's.$4,50 Shoes - - - - $3.25 " 3.50 " - - - 2.75 " 4.00 "Oxfords - - 3.25 " 1 - - - 2.75 3.50 " $1.50 to 2.25 Misses' Oxfords - -- JJ.25to J.50 A lot of Ladies' Fine Shoes at cost. .- tt W You'U Eventually wear SHOES. Why not wear them now. MiHHHMBBHHilHBMMIBHaHHMMBHiHMiHH WALK-OVE- R HIB HBBB BBbBBBW ,- Arrow Brand J5c, two for 25c Cos MONARCH, SHIRTS SUTTON & MCBEE -. J Wm. Isaacs, of Berea, traveling salesman for Robinson Bros., was with the merchants last week. " Mrs. E. Mullins spent Satur day--wi- th Mrs. Edd Owens. Emmett Anderson attendeo church on Crooked Creek Sunday. Farmers are very badly behind with their work on account of well weather. Miss Ida Rose, of Jack son county, has been with her sister, Mrs. Joe Hampton for the past week. I Ladies'-Oxford- s -'- a v ITAtx. .0 tftA ttftnO ts I I IlKUWSliaui. Cham-erlabi- 's ,;ii cnl uuu. miworfder Liniment v.,. J.uw oof tA rtfYrnl Call and see our line. Otir shoes are good and our PRICS RIGHT YSnl .- THE EMPORIUM A V . . ; --' fully effective. One' application will convince you of its merits. I Trf'it. For sale by Cbas. C. I, Davis. I NOE & DAVIS 1 i "" A FEW SPECIAL'S SILVJ3U DARE' we have not yet become awakened II 6 years old, 16 and aroused to a sense of our Wc are making, a feW Spec'all Silver Dare is hands, saddle andharness-stallion.- ' danger the most urgent appeal will prices, as lollops: May 10. 1912 Friday, be of no avail. - All 10 cts. calicoes 5 cts. per yd. Will make the season of 1912 atj mile of my stable, do not believe this is true. We All 10 ct. ginghams 8)4 cts to We believe that our officials de Published every Friday by All - shoes at $2.98 Hiatt post office, at $10. insure a living com season money ne sire better things, a quiet decent $2 39 All 3. shoes EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. comes due when colt is foalded or regard, for enforcement of law, All $2 5o shoes$1 98 mare sold or parted with or bred for advancement in morals, and $2.19 $3.00 silk under skirts to other stock. Pedigree: Silver of education, for the improvement $I.OO 39 cts. 75 cts dress goods UBSCRIPTION ONB YEAR Dare is by Diguity Dare 1982, he our citizenship in every respect and Good lard 11 cts by Chester Dare No. 10, he by every movement designed for favor Coffee 23 cts In a word Advertising rates made known on social impiovomeut. Sugar 6li cts. Black Squirrel 58, he by Black in propoition, Eagle 74, he by King William 67, we are Degiunwg we trust tnat All other tfoods application Luther Manus, he by Washington Denmark 64. to see and feci the necessity, of Mt. Vernon. he by Gaines! Denmark 61. Dig setting our faces against the per- V,oVife fViof fnirl rfctir hnuc nity's first aam by Liziemont, by . . ninmiii? .u.u w. iU u.w.u MEMBER OF . Welchmont No. 6367, he by Wilpoverty KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION 'ami girls, tnat bring I many liam Welch 361. Silver Dare's disease and shame to so For Infants and Children. first dam is by silver King, he y homes. We need not point out The Kind You Have Always Bought Onlhne, he by Stonewall Jacksoi , -- anv one specifically what they are he by Washington Denmark 64. b'ind to these evil temperances and Bears the hopelessly blind Signature? of JACK. I will also stand a good W&&14 their results are young Jack, full 15 hands high and deaf to their own and the good heavy bone. Is black welfare of humanity. HELPS A JUDGE IN BAD FIX. and with white points. Will stand In conclusion, it should be said Report of Grand Juiy April Term Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis to MT. VERNON SIGNAL j - Wi. IT 'I ' " " - ,, .... - " " I! j one-fourt- h 4- M ATTINGS We are showing a splendid line of Mattings, Carpets & Rugs We guarantee the quality and the Driee sho ws for itself. I nspect our line Delore you buy what 3?ou want in furniture. Come and see our line If we do not have what you want, we will get it We are next door to Fish, . CASTOR A -- -- Jack at $8 insure a living colt. that the inspection of our county W Rockcastle Circuit Court ', '' tirac o . , rtTrrrio1, All rare will be taken to prevent , iiil revealed a condition creditable i . oaa sore on r , . r. t 1,.J . nis leg naa uameu accidents . .. A . . ." t ine jury tuaving eun.yicicu its nn. a but will not be responseveral doctors a d long resisted . .. . . nn Wwlnesdav" sible should any occur. Same on the ceeing sanitary all remedies j gratulated "I thought it was lav conditions of the jail and premises a cancer," he wrote. "At last I terms with Jack as with' horse. Tnat report is a matter of record butsomeimprovemeut tQ the Jai, used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and R. L SMITH, Hiatt, Ky. was completely Cures Phone in residence, BrodheadEx. cured." but a general repoit not required k portion and the dweliiu burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises by law we believe, might De of of add to the would doubtiess and piles. 25 cents at Chas. C. Fish's White $3 50 interest to the public. comfort of the prisoners and the Davis'. shoes at $2 98 are goiug like hot first place it is gralifv.ng jaUer and his fam-IIn the For soreness of the mucsles cakes. to ::na so many men representing mh frm whether induced by violent exerthe best citizenship of the count, T - M. Hewell. a popular drug Chamberlain's cise or injury, anxious and willing to impart'ally BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Liniment is excellent. gist of Greensburg, Ky., says, rl his lini investigate all ccnuulaints of violament is also highly esteemed for "We use Chamberlain's Cough tion of law brought to the notice the relief it affords in cases of Remedy in our own ho.sehold THE WOMAN'S CLUB. Sold by Chas. C. and know it is excellent." rheumatism. Eor of the jury. fale by Chas. C. Davis. The Woman's Club will meet Davis. would be more gratifying if It there had been no cause for find -- in regular session with Mis. Aning anyone guilty of lawlessness. nie Miller, Friday, May 10th, at It will be found that a large' 7:30 o'clock : PROGRAM majority of the cases in which inBusiness, dictments were found was due lareely to improper use of intoxi-- ' Parliamentary Drill, We believe that Current Events, Mrs. J.W.Brown. eating beverages, Eresent Day Poets it the unlawful sale and use ofiLiteiature and Humorists, in charge of beverages had been alcoholic Miss eliminated, there would have been .Literature Committee, Kefauver Chairman. little need for the grand jury but Mrs Gentry ot this session and certainly for a Walt Whitman, Mrs. Franklin u ftl"1K A wa,I1 tint rvrHin(r thrPO rlnvS It is to be regretted nay deplor u raui jLKiwicuce luiiuui, IVn f enn Mice MUtdUIJ , , . 1UIU ea in suame auu sorrowr-inais- o jaraes.Whitcomb Hiley, many or our neigiiDois, nrignt Kfleo Tlrwl cn young men, of amiable disposition e Eugene Field. . young men whom we like, should Paper Landscape Gardening, allow themselves, for pleasure or Miss Oleo Brown profit, to engage in the uulawful r An open meeting of the Wo-' ,use of liquor in any form. fvrnan's Club was held at the home Most of the. apparent violations of Mrs. W. J. Sparks on Friday j are committed by irresponsible j evening. May 2nd. In addition, men, from other places, unknown to an enjoyable social hour during to the general public, who go which ice cream and cake were. from place to place to supply the delightf uly served, a program was demand for liquor Again we de- - presented and several matters of plore the fact that some of our business attended to. lder men, who are willing to lend The ten dollar prize so and their influence, ously offered by Judge R. G. Wil-an- d r aid, to assist in the "Blind ilia ms, of Covington, has been di Tiger" business. j vided by the vote of the club into While the laws remain as they two prizes to be awarded to the are every man can '"order'' for most attractive premises in Mt. Yourself Pleasure of himself the drinks required, tor Vernon, with special reference to Goob Piano Music in his own use without resorting to the greatest improvement made the practice of, becoming the during the summer. The club The piano is the greatest of all pleasure instruments for the home agent for the liquor sold or given gave a hearty vote of thanks for and it is no longer necessary to be an accomplished musician in order 7" away in the county. the generosity and courtesy of to play it. Human Ingenuity has made it possible for anyoneto play a piano The saddest feature however of Judge Williams. by means perforated music rolls thus the whole business is to see how The program presented by the practice--an- d of placing the responsibility of eliminating years ot tedious correct. playing on the piano low some of our boys have per- club was especially appropriate rather than on the pianist. " J mitted themselves to be led, by the totheseason, being on the subject example and influence so glaring of birds. A duet by Mrs Anna and frequent in town, ont of town Miller and Miss Oskamp, and a at public gatherings for worship solo by Mrs. Miller, added especi- Has every device necessary to make the piano "ljuman," but vou will or otherwise. ally to the pleasure oftheevening. 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 hear some Another regrettable, and degreat pianist play only there is no admission charge. plorable fact, is the bitter prejuA pike from the Laurel countv dices manifested, by religious line to the Lincoln county line is people and people of no religion, the next thing in order. Let us WINCHESTER, K.yj church members, and citizeus, men all join hands and go to' work to and women, who have no church get it. We have a Fiscal court lelations against their neighbor.. composed of progressive men and and fellow citizens, because of men who are willing and"ready to English Squirrel old, full 16 hands their different views of doctrine. act and do for the county, but like j high, 3 white feet and star, isa a combined stallion, 45yeara and action, subject beautiful bay with higrHtyle all other individuals they want to to registration. This vouner stallion will make flie season of 1912 at mv barn and mode of worship. raile from Hiatt Post Office at JlO 00 0 insure ar living colt. Season money There is no religion nor know that thev have the supoort. Christianity, in quarling and dis- co operation and backing of the accidents but not responsible should any occur. He has proven himself a good being large, saddle colts. puting with our neighbor, as to people on matters where the breeder, his colts bired by Kentucky 2623.-- bv Wood Sauirrel 2622, by ' Souirrel r his views of the teacnings of the county finances are involved. .The Black Squirrel 5S. 1st dam Nellie Dnddern Reg. No. 8663, by Van Meter's columns ot this paper are cpen to King 739, son of Silver King. English Squirrel's 1st aam sired by English bible, or his mode of worship Hunter, he by Abdallah Messenger, ist dam of Englh Hunter the Wm. Lusk Each of us claim for ourselves, those who desire to give expressi- saddle mare (the best saddle mare ever in Qarrard Co.) by Davy Crockett, son Drennon, by Imp. Drennon, apply it in our every dav lives ons. With a million dollar ce- of Denny's sired by Messenger Chief (aire 2nd dam ,by Highlander. Abdallah Messenger 2.16i Jake 2.30 ment plant starting in the county and 7 others better than 2:30) 1st dam Susie of Maud Messenger accordingly or reject it iu to-t- o. by Sentinel. time This writer rejoices in the fact and many other enterprises soon white I will also at the same good .and place stand 6 Ins'ure a Black Jack with, points, heavy boned, a living mule and breeder, at $5.00 the liberty ot couscience, the free to follow, it is up to the county to $6.00 to insure a living mare inule. dom of speech, and the right to wake up and do something. Lets P C. LEAR, Hiatt, Ky. worship God, according to the" bestir ourselves and go to work dictates of our conscience,, is the to get two pikes, one from Laurel :$dic86dc& right of every individual, and of county line, to the Lincoln line and one frbm the Big Hill to the U every religious sect or 'denominaAll govto Work to get tion, provided such speech, and such worship does not overrule it, and just as sure as night fol1 tne laws intended lor tne best in- lows the day, victory will crown , our eiforts. We would like to terest of humanity. . ?' An appeal to voung men and have an expression from every B Ky 1 boys who have wilfully of their man in the county, and bear in own choice, engaged in violations mind that long windy articles are of law would seem to be of no not what we want, but simply COMPLETE LINE avail. An appeal to old or young expressions from the people sig .Coffins, Caskets and Kobes. who are not conscious of violating nifying your desire or position campaign look May? jTelekraph or Telej any law of nature, of God or of A "Good jtoads"..i ,. . ". .1 phgtt frxlers Promptly man would be as futile as it is mg forward to tne- ouiidmg .of these roads is what we want and vain. Filled. If our sense of moral and re- need, so lets start such a cam- ligious obligations, havte become paign and keep it going until our r so blunted, and perverted, or if eiforts are crowned. ille-nPjann 1 ... 1 1 11 1 ? H" .rirt Nu-Buc- k I y J- S. B. McKENZIE THE FURNITURE MAN When Stretchy. you Bluo rnd .Out Sorts, look to tho Liver; It is Torpid. :uot feci 7.azv, sick, J a I HERBIMI la the Remedy You JKeed. One Way to Save $1,000 ff Give yourself a M noAe i I 1 j dose days use put3 the liver in fine vigor ous conmt.on. iicruinc also ex- tends its restorative influences to stomach ar.l bowels. It .helps digestion asj food assimilation, purines the bowels and brinjrs bac!: the habit of regu lar daily bovrcl movements. When the stomach, liver and bowels are active, bilious im purities no lansrer obstruct functional processes, the result of which is renewed energy. mental activity and cheerful atorpia iivesu - ajys lirt brings Improvement, a few It is an invleoratlnjr tonic for H" V for $1,000, due in four years. Plan to pay it off in monthly 3i te installments Deposit your payment's in this bank, on sav-iu- e account. tfc The deposits you iP make and the interest they c.irn will give spirits. Price 50c per Bottle. , J ganer-themselv- es JamesF.Ballard.Prop. St.LouIs.Mo. Use Stephens Cye Salve for ore tyes. it uures. ISoLPAMpRcCOflMENOEDBy you a nucleus of a larsrer fortune: vour will next thousand come more quickly and more easily. & Save 1.000 at this w bank. Begin to do it NOW. CONN BROWN j DontDeny 'Having The Your Own Home A. B. FURNISH h TJie People's Bank MT. VliRNON. KY. U. G. BAKER, Brown-Furnis- We do a general Real Estate business; handle town and farm property, do abstracting and Realty Co. President. Vice.-1- J.I'.E. DUUM.MOXD, . pass on titles. If you want to sell list your prop- with us; if you want to buy we can save you money. F.L.THOMPSOX.Jr.. Cashier. CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash. The AUTOPIANO F..ENDICOTT,teaIer pcexpJ$P?3LJ;j XCrDsC.JQS3ecge3cCi I JONAS McKENZ ' $e$acg$3es , ENGLISH SQUIR'REL well-form- ed EACH WEEK, where you wi always find listed the beit of goods, which are sold for a fair margain of profit Goods bought right and soldjright are the kind of ' goods that it always pays to buy, Our Motro .has always been to give. ' to our customers i the Jvery best goods possible for the money. Thanking my customers for KEEP AN EYE ON THIS SPACE v, &x&x$33& GRANVILLE OpENS UNDERTAKE,! rod head p. ..... kBHBHIH ronage in the past and asking a continuance in the future, I am Yours very truly, JONAS McKENZIE, Mt Vernon, Ky $&3S&$ ' js- ... v v Jr 7. &!& aiiBasaSSs&Sj& 8&&'&&?iPrs$sas&353SB&&?SK. MT. VERNON SIGNAL Big lineoffckraw ua&mamafmmmmaK2smamitmmm Hats, all new Mt. VerKon.Ky., May io, it.12 styles, at Fish's. Mrs. Kincer, of Pine Hill, who T7 " Call ap No. 70" whenWA 53 you wan I to Comraun)- - , 3 has been sick for some time died cate Willi SIGJCA-L- , Sunday of consumption. Salg:-- A good work mule. Will sell w.nh the money. Color white. F. L, Thompson. Louisvillg &. Take Off Your Old Hat Mr. EVERYMAN AND BID IT GOOD-BY- E Take oft your old seedy, weedy, hairy soft hat you have worn so long Look at it! , For N ashvillc R. R. Co. j TIME TABLE. 22 ucrtn 24 nortli 'S3 .' Fifteen of Uncle Sam's Round Dollars buys a better suit at Fish's than twenty will buy elsewhere. We understand that the Stan4.4G p m dard Oil Co., will make Mt. Vernon am 3'-53 south South 21 11:38 12:19 am expect am a distributing point soon. Thev to put up a large tank. Tas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 58. Enteral at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as becond-clas- s Work on the Fair ground is pro-grsing nicely, the track being almost completed. Every thing will be iu readings long before the fair time. e new Spring Hat Our price is 2 for a real three quality, and you are sure to find the style of your " head's desire. " How do you think you would size up along side of My Lady Fair in her new spring hat next Sunday morning ? Come straight to OUR HAT DEPART MET for a bright smart A step grandson of Uncle Harve Ower.s, colored, committed s; icide Miss Daisy Fish has been sick at London by banging. He preduring the week. ferred death rather than go to CinWalter Riley Robins was up cinnati where he thought he would ficm Brodhead Sunday. hive to go to Inc. He was a small Rev. Watson speut Friday until hoy, PERSONAL Furnishings I j() FRONT 22 Arrow & Monarch The Guaranteed kind The newest and latest novel- Some Gay and some Sporty in plain and Fancy Effects ty for Men and You.ng- - Men others plain $1 and $1.S0 4 pairs in a box for $1. SHIRTS Wunderhose - Tuesday at Manchester. Mrs. C. B. McKenzie has been very sick for several days. Mrs. Fanny ' Adams has been very sick lor several days. agent O. D. Bryant, freight Livingston, was here first of week. Mrs. Mollie Miller has returned from a visit to her sister at Mystic Ky. The latest report from Mrs. W. L. Richards is that she is doirg nicely. Miss Ethel Davis spent last Sunday with Miss Carrie Hysinger near Mt. Vernon now has a long t It want filled in the way of a wholesale flour, feed aud grain house. Adams & Griffin on West Main street in the new Krueger concrete building are doing a nice business, which is proving quite a convenience to the people. 15 cents each Two for a Quarter You get style and service Without Extra Cost by wearing We can fit you whether you are NEW STYLES Fish's Special $15 Suits TALL Look For the Sign of the Fish We have your style n the leather you like at OR SHORT, FAT OR STOUT $3.50 or $4 LET US SHOW YOU THE NEW STYLES Half cent pieces of nickel will soon be coined by the United States. Three cent pieces will also be coined with a hole in the center The hole is for the purpose of disfrom dimes. tinguishing them The long abused one cent man will now be superseded by the half cent m J Rose Hill. W. H. Brown and daughter Miss man. Mt. Vernon is going to have a Ora were in from Levell Geeen -- v ,Wednesday. new hotel and .the work of erection Dispatcher Drummond was up will be begun before many days. Monday evening1 to attend bank Just where it will be located is a question that has not beej decided directors meeting. of gentlemen seeing Mrs. Matilda Houk has returned but a number it was impossible for'one hotel from a several weeks visit with that to accommodate all the people who her sister at Wabd. come to Mt. Vernon and realizing CMrs. E. S Albright has returned what the lack of hotel facilities Iroin a two' weeks visit with ment to the town have gone torelatives at London. gether and have said that Mt Miss Nola Jones was called to Vernon shall have an up Winchester Monday on account of hotel. sickness of her mother. Next Sunday will be observed as Mrs. T. F. Griffin is able to be "Mother's Day" in the Presby out again after suffering a few terian Sunday School. Special exweeks from a sprained ankle. ercises are beiug planned, and Mrs. Fred Asher, of Laurel, has mothers will be given a donble been with lriends here for a week. welcome. The morning church Mr. Asher was down to spend service will also be 01 especial in Sunday. terest to the mothers. French of the Wildiesection John Glimpses of the Men and Reas fireman ligion Convention at New York has accepted a position on the L. &N. lunniug from Paris City", will be the subject of the to Corbin. evening sermon. A cordial welwas up from come to all. Miss Ina Roberts Gum Sulphur Wednesday to attend Mrs. W. C. Kirby died Wednesthe burial of her cousin, Mrs. W. day morning after an illness of C. Kirby. only a few days of appendicitis S. P. Bowman bought the house Mrs. Kirby was operated upon Frank Moore had started on West Monday, but as soon as the phyMain. Mr. Bowman will complete to-dat- I 1 tir n nana yrou only we 11 i Jit 1 the beskwh en you ask I to see them ew S-WAN- -- nons-l.ee N HATS, THE PLACE BRODHEAD. WHERE THEV STYLES COME FROM SKSSSaBESS gard. I. R. Storm was called to Breeders take notice. J. S. ORLANDO ac- Keavy, Ky., Wednesday, on . Langford will give $loo.oo lor the count of the death of his step- sired by his Mr. John Adams, the aged uncle U. G. Baker and Dr. D. B. Mrs. F. J. Laswell, who has best stallion colt Cassiday See him-fotrustees of our fellow townsmen and mer- daughter, Mrs. Ada. Southard were been sick so long is slowly im- horse Rockett Peavine. particulars. of the Graded School last Saturday chant, J. M. Adams, is very sick James Gilpin and wife returned proving. Mrs. Mollie Williams to their home in Bell county, af- has been visiting friends at this Good men at his home near here. Owen without opposition. HOW'S THAS. Cass was at home Friday from ter spending a week at this place place. for the place. Miss Eliza Daulton, of We offer One Hundred Dollars Brack Durham, of with relatives and friends. J. M. Conway, has been visiting her Reward for any case of Catarrh KENTljCKyBOTTLING CO. Stanford. Adams and John Robins were in sister, Mrs. Entry Egans. Mr. that cannot be cured by Hall's Crab Orchard, aud L"qndonKy. Holdman, of Stanford, were in the Hiatt Section on business, Eddy Miller, who has been visit- Catarrh Cure. Manufacturers of soda pops. Hop F. J. Chenxey & Co. Tuesday. Mr. Allen Hiatt retown Thursday of last week. ing his son, Mr. Jim Miller, at ale aud viuegar. Orders solicited Toledo. Ohio. Miss Dora Blanton was at home ceived an urgent call to attend to Langford, is veryJow with pneuhave We, the uudersigned, satisfaction guaranteed. Saturday and Sunday. Cashier some kind of court'ing) business monia. Miss Ella Adams, of known F. J. Cieney for the last 15 Round trip ticket to Louisville and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt were the at London, Tuesday, but was re- Berea, was the pleasant guest of years, and believe him perfectly for 3.99 May nth. limited to May guests of Mr. and Mrs. R leased in time to be at home Wedin all business transacther sister, Mrs. J. M. Laswell honorable financially able to carry ions, and 13th. Round trip to Louisville L. Smith, Saturday. Gov. Pike nesday, and was attending strictly from Saturday until Monday. out any obligations made by his May 10 and n limited to was at home from Lebanon Junc to business as usual. If the con$5.22 Emry Ball and sister, Anna, was firm. crete business was to last, we are May 29th. Round trip to Louis- tion last Sunday. Joe' Pearson Waldixg, Kinnak & Marvin. with their mother, Saturday and ville $5.22 May Allen Hiatt of the opinion that a number of Sunday. accompanied him. Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. Geo Ben Allen and 2? and 28 limited and daughter, Miss Minnie,' were our citizens would learn the trade. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Miller went to Berry first of week internally, acting directly upon the There are men at work laying two days from date of sale. in the Hiatt section, Sunday. to work, Our most famous fish blood and mucous surfaces ot the Wallin was in town Sun- their walks that we are satisfied erman (the agent at Brush Creek) system The town board has decided to Homer Testimonial: sent free. h Price, collect taxes for one year instead day. O. V. Jarrett' spent Satur have not done a good days work ronnrtc si. minnnw pnf.h nvoninf 7c. per bottle. Sold by all day and Sunday with home folks. before in several years. It is Mr. Tom Ball was in Conway'first; Druueist. of two years. Those who have Ingall Baughm.an spent from reported that Ben Pike is actually of week. paid for one of the years due will There was a large Take Hall's Family pills for constipation. performing manual labor. We be credited for the amount paid. Fridajr until Sunday here the crowd out to the Holiness meeting Miss Ella The rate is 50 cents per $100 valu- guest of O. V. Jarrett. W. C. are sorry to learn of the sudden at Cove, Sunday. S. C. Franklin will for the pres- death of Mrs. Ila King Kirby, of Adams and Mrs". Effie Ballard l sicians bfgan the operation they ation of property and $1 poll Turpin was at home from' Mullins Vnrnnn Vila tifnn- l ulal"CUL .l.n- 4" l """ the building. Sunday. Willie Yadon Mt. Vernon. She is a daughter nnvo Tnlinnftri o tl trincr vi'cif. Sun- - luarters or Watch Inspecting in- realized that her case was a hope- The collection will be begun on or Station, dav.-- Mr. Tones Proctor and wife. J. William Dooley, a iormer less one and so announced the about May 15th. spmt Sunday at home. Rev. A. of our friend, H.N, King, of Gum were visiting Mrs. O. J. Bryant, stead of Livmgstou. Will be here Rockcastle boy, who has made lact several hours before her death. was called to Waynesburg Sulphur. By oversight we for Sunday. Mrs. Lean Allen, who nearly every day. May The town board met Monday J. Pike good as a traveling salesman, was Mrs. Kirby was Miss Ila King the tirst of the week to preach a got to mention that our old friend, has been sick so long is able to night and decided to collect the Sick headaches results from a over from Berea Monday. of Gum belore her marri George S. Durham was Col. Owen. W. Turpin, was acquit-e- be out again. H. L. Smith is tax for 191 as there has been no funeral. condition ot the disordered by a Lincoln county jury for some better at this writing. from Sparks Quarry last Victor C. Tate, who has been age and was a good woman. She stomach, and can be cured by the tax collected lor two years, the down Comedy leaves besides her husband a traveling with Saturday and Sunday. Mrs, Mol- the killing of Bogie Phillips, for use ot Chamberlain's Stomach levy will be socts. They certainly Co.. all over the South since Aug., small baby. Funeral services weie lie S. Durham returned to-- Iter which crime he was indicted about and Liver Tablets. Try it. For FOR FLETCHER'S need to collect the tax and do sale by Chas. C. Davis. last year, is expected home today conducted from the home by Rev.' home after spending two; weeks three, years ago. W. H. Brown, some improving. If there is not or tomorrow to rest for awhile. guest of her of near Lancaster and J. M. Watson after which the remains something doue on the Ben Miuk an employee at the streets at Mt. Vernon the were laid to rest in Elmwood son, Fred L. Durham . Walter Craig, of the Quail section, were ADMIRE. Cluro Sand Quarry was struck by WHAT EXTANS Prof. J S. Irvin.of Germantown pretty soon it is going to take a town Tuesday with a"nice bunch serious break of but formerly of Somerset, has been cemetery late Weduesdav afternoon great big lot to do it when the Robins was in Mt. Vernon, Sun in is hearty, vigorous life, according a belt causing a of cattle. A Mr. Wagoner, to Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio. his arm. T. N. day. Marlow and Earl employed as principal of the an early burial being necessary. We say collect work is started. was in town "We -- find,' he writes, "that Dr. of Louisville, cu;n. , Graded school. Pro!. Irvin comes Mrs. Kirby 's mother will take tax and improve the town, it is At the Graded school election n,T,Qv.c last Saturday and closed sev- - King's New Life Pills surely put last Satnrday. Dr. D. B. South o;v.'ptt ?a v iri linn 111 lliiiv- h'ighlv recommended. I'in Mr. Kirby took the rireded and the majority of the w uiiiirii the baby. concrete new life and energy into a person ard and U. G. Baker were reeral contracts for home little oue to Crab Orchard yester- - people are willitfjrto pay their tax land, Sunday. Rev. E. M. Armit Miss Eva Fish returned walks. We understand that heis Wife I believe they are the best was 41 Mondav after a' pleasant' visit of. day.regardless of the technicalities age filled his regular appointment a real concrete man, having had made." Excellent for stomach, elected trustees. There candidate at the Methodist church, Satur liver or kidney troubles. 25 cts votes cost and each several weeks with friends in John Ried and wife, Andrew that may exist, if the' streets day and Sunday. WalterRoberts fifteen years experience. He is to Chas. C. Davis'. received 40 votes each. Cincinnati and her brother John Gill, Clarence Centers and Geo. can be improved and the town of May wood, was in town Sunday, begin work here Monday. in Richmond,, who is suffering with' Tacket while returning from beautified as it should be. calling on the fair sex. W. H. 'bis-aras a resuit of vaccination To the Trade:1 will bav Sunday night were church The Woman's Missionary So- Sowder, one of our Main street a car ot ice next wee k. Ice will Dr; and Mrs. R., W. Dyche left struck by a friegbt train near ciety of the Presbyterian church merchants; who has been very be delivered every mornine. Place esterday for London to locate. East Bernstult, their h me an d will hold i.s regular j meeting, sick for the past week or more, is Royal has no substitute for orders on Saturday's for meat and We regret very much to lpse such, Reid and Gill wera seriously in-- Thursday, May 16, at 3:30 o'clock, able to attend to his duties again. ice for Sunday. The ice trade splendid people, but We Hrust jured while the other three were at the home of Mrs. J, A. Landrum foods making delicious home-bake- d Herbert Tice; the produce man must be cash or paid for weekly the change will prove a profitable painfully but not seriously hurt The following program will be from Jjebanon was in town Mon and those who do not pay at the one to them. They were walking on a double rendered: dav. Miss,Lizzie Holme of Crab end of each week will not get ke Emmett T. Bryant, the efficient track and steped aside to let a Song Orchard, was the guest of' Miss Rhe next week. 5 and 10 cents railroad agent at Pine Hill, has North bound train pass, a fast Scripture reading Randa Tate, the first of the week. amounts must be cash. fixed up a fine bachelor's "den" South bound train struck them Prayer Will Stephson, of Ma3wood, was Very respt. " iu one of the rooms of the depot. They were caught in between Business injtown Sunday. Mrs. Margate May 3 4t. W. A. Cox. . He advises us that he is working the trains in a way that they Report from Preby.tcrial Meeting Thomas, of Garoleen, N. C, is the getting ready to look were knocked from one train to early and late at Berea Mrs. Landrum guest of herparents Mr. and Mrs. 7 SHERIFF'S LAND SALE. after the expected big increase in the .other for several times. Foreign topic-Sia- m and Laos: I. F. Carter, and her brother,; I will on MondayyiMay 27th, the business at his station when Neither one of the crews saw Present political conditions Dr. W. F. Carter.-r-J. Albright 1922 at the frontdoon of the the big works are .started up. the unfortunate people, but were Miss Kefauver was with" home folks Sunday. court house, in' Mt. Vernon "sell at R. A. Welch will move into the picked up by a train which passed Missionary efforts among women H. L. Tharp was in Stanford, public auction to the higbest and house vacated by Dr. R. W. Dyche a few minutes later and taken to Miss Watson Monday on business E. best; bidder the following tiacts of Mrs. Reid Condition arid treatment of lepers Powell and H. C. and will proceed to tear down his London hospital. Wolf are m- - land, ABSOLUTELY PURE due the county and old dwelling for the purpose of Centers and young Tacket's inMiss Rowlee specting and shipping ties for erecting a modern :one of six rooms jures are not considered serious Home topic. Cuba; and; Porto Rico the Harmount Tie Co. Several state. W. B. Dillingham 165 acres near - Mrs.. of the old one on West but Mr. Reid and Gill are hva on the site .. J. W.Brown thousand ties are on- the jard, B.Owens tax and "cost $45.05 The only Baking Powder made serious condition. Main street near railroad crossing. very Story: Ms. Ricketts Mission- - probably from, fifteen to twenty- Elmer Houk 154 near B. Qwens tax Later, Reid died Tuesday from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar One by one the old lancL marks ary Box ; Mrs. Watson five car loads. All these ties have and cost-- $25. 9, '. morning! V disappear. Song. eJ been bought by Tudge A. j. Hag . T. J. Niceley, S. R. C. r VW-r -' n I W .- 1I 1 and all kinds of Underfor men aud boys at Fish's. wear B. V D. r e BillVf-jGeorg- e -- 20-2i-- 23-24-- I ! -- t- Su'-phu- d 1 the-Lvceu- Children Ory CASTOR1 A k onor -- - ; v m v w. f, t?1oi - - m 1 " J. BakingFowder ..-j- L. for-taxe- s ht - 4! ii .v, l 1 ' " -- . - - lhFssrsfsrSr)! I rw-- m 'i " r- Bi !i X r ' . 1 I X"MMKMMil HOT FLASHES. Women in middle age often complain of hot flashes. They are at that 6tae helping-han- d which only Dr. oflife when their delicate organism needs a tonic and give them. Many women suffer needlessly from Pierce's Favorite Prescription can dizzigirlhood to womanhood and from motherhood to old age with backache, often becomes sleepless, nervous, " broken-down,- " ness or headache. A woman irritable and feels tired from morning to night. When pains and aches rack the womanly system at frequent intervals, ait your neighbor about MRS. J. IMHOF. of 321 S. Bentalon Street, Baltimore. wrote you about nine months aco, telling' you of my condition. I have a fine baby Ctrl she weighed nine pounds vrhen born. She is my third child and the strongest of them alL My suffering vras only for two hours. I took several bottles of 'Favorite Prescription ' end one of Dr. Pierce's Smart-Weed- . I never had a well uay before I took your medicines. I was cat-w- as always hungry, and never had a surprised how wcH I felt-co- uld sick stomachy The nurse who was with me said the medicine was wonderful because T ffot ftToiur ss aicelv after havinrr had bo much trouble before. She intends to recommend it to ail her suffering patients. Everybody is 1 astonished at me because I only weighed 102 pounds befors and now Tcoin-125. I have had several ladies come to mo a:i-- l Tsk about Dr. Pirrco's i :,.: r nrr, tc wim'twml 5': to all w!" suffer end waat'hclp. i MBS. IMHOF & Cmux any want information I wiU be clad to & ve it to then." If Doctor Pierce's FavoriteMd.,Prescription. says: I COUNTY CLAIMS The following is a list of county claims allowed by the Fiscal court since the April term iyi i up to and including the April term 1912: U. G. Baker for wire furnished the county $109 92 T. J. Niceley for tax twice collected off of J. O. Plevins 4 35 C. S. Armstrong holding inquest over George Ballard . H. D. Magee holding 6 oo in-. R. A. Swinlord ' Willis Allen Beunett Ballard D. J. ChildreSs-- r Sollie GriffirT ' Geo. Radeiy B. G. Mullins W. M. McHargue D. C. Ponder J. S. Calloway f. T. Baker ' J. L. Cooper . -- ." " '" " " Sr 2 00 committee '3 76 M. J. Miller pauper com- 20 co 2o 00 " ' 3 76 2 mittee " " "" . " v "... " ' 00 J. G. Jones for arresting 2 48 aud bringing to Mt. 2 48 Vertiou W M Maupin 2 00 from Crab Orchard 2 co Dr. A. G Lovell for service retiderfd in small 3 76 pox case et Living 3 76 Children Cry for Fletcher's 6 35 LlfiVI 01 y J! Just-as-goo- d" hi Oil, Pare- " ' , MiltDeaton, quest Owens over -- Jerry ,rf!v Cam Mullins for summon jury to hold inquest over Jerry Owens Bradley & Gilbert , for I Yesterday To-morro- w TO-DAY to-da- Tc-da- y YESTERDAY is but a dream, ouly a vision, well lived makes every yesterday a dream of hapbut piness andevery a vision uf hope. Thereforetb-day- , not yesterday nor bring your account to y books furnished the E3( .vcountv wuns singleton tor making arrests B. A Riddle for making. arrests W. J. Sparks Co., for goods and service rendered Suttles in small pox case Appropriation for wire for " Walter Owens ' J. M. Crajg 6 oo T. B. Chandler" : J J. Brown W. P. Hayes " 2 50 John Sigmon " W. C. Hopkins ' S L Rose . " B Balliuger 56 60 R. JoeWils-- n " " " 102 3 92 2 2 ston 7 50 00 co 2 2 2 " ' RLCI.h TKAVINE. The fine combination stallion, 64 Rocket Pea vine, will make the 64 season of 1912 at the stable of 00 Roy Beazley in Mt. Vernon, at I2 10. toinsurealivirigcolt. Money u The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has home the signature of and has heen made under his per-sonal supervision since its infancy. Allnx -r nn nna a rArplvn vnn In tills. are hut All Counterfeits) Imitations and ' Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. uue wneu coic is roaiea. mare UWUUUV,. " vv.v. 2 OO r'lv-Tli-ViiMinn nl n i, pic- xjuks uaie uiucu iu irt.x 3 70 iiuiae. 3 12 "" H CASTOR1A What is substitute for Castor Castoria is a harmless " 3 75 2 13 1 00 T. J. 75 83 85 THE BANK OF MT. VERNON Then our hope is that all your moneys will bring you happiness, and prosperity, and all your reoollectious of yesterday will bring you great satisfacticn and all your dealings and relations with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. C. C. WILMMS, THE BANK OF KENTUCKY MT. VERNON MT.VERNON. President. W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier. m tJ t &J county Logan Arnold, justice service 2 days S. Singleton justice service 2 days C. S. Armstrong justice service 1 day Hardin Moore justice service 1 day Neal Parrett lor lumber and work on court house Bradley & Gilbert for books furnished the county Hardin Moore 1 day service C. S. Armstrong 1 40 op 6 00 6 00 3 00 3 00 n 26 i5 25 3 Or days service S. Singleton 1 davs service Logan Arnold 1 days ser- 30: 3 0(. Solid-breec- PUMP GUNSafo Hammer h, Less, vice Hardin Moore 1 days service C. S. Armstrong 1 days 3 00 3 o For ease of action the I?em!i0ton?UMC Pump Gun. 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. service S. Singleton vice 3 00 1 days r ser- 3 00 Logan Arnold vice days days-servic- ser3 00 J. H. Lambert i 3 00 The pump gun. Solid Breech, Hammerless, Safe ! PemfngtonrUAfCc perfect shootonly bottom-ejectin- A.G Lovell and Southard amputating limb for Mtr Mullins W. T,. Mitchel civil engineer for pike Logan Arnold 2 days ser- S. Singleton 2 days service Hardin Moore 2 days service C. S. Armstrong" 2 days 30 00 75 00 6 OO t g ing combination. Send for Descriptive Folder REMINGTON ARMS-UNIO- and Niceley Election Rocket Peavine is a beautiful bay 8 00 Commissioner full 16 hands high with the ver D. B. Southard Election best of feet and legs. Is a horse 8 00 Commissioner of fine style and acion, bothundei Conn Brown Election saddle and in harness. Has t GENUINE ALWAYS 8 00 Commissioner disposition of any stalion 1 Bears the Signature of H. D. Magee holding inever saw. Can rack or trot : 6 00 three-minutWill be pre quest clip. pared for the fairs after tht Dr. W. H. Joyner services season closes. rendered Urnh Sut Sired by Tom Peavine, he by tles and Mary French Infact 2:05, by Electioneer 2:26, with small p x 50 00 the sire of 166 colts, with record.-beloDr. W. D. Laswill for 2:30. pauper service 11 00 Tom Peavine. first dam was bj Bradley &,Gilbert for tax In Use For Over Years Peavine and was the dam of th THE CCNTAVM COMPANY. TT HUB HAT TIIKCT. NtW VORK CITT. 28 50 books great Rex Peavine. Rocket Pea Bradley & Gilbert for vine's dam was Mollie 12i7, by 12 50 Pat Denmark, he by Rattler, ht mania je Bond Book Oarroll Martin waiting on by Vernon Black Hawk. Clell Young 10 00 Second Dam Grey S. F. Bowman Indexing Eagle. Clerks ofTc; 325 o Third Dam by Stonewall Jack-so- n VERNDN CD. W. Lambert making J. coffin for Sallie RichFourth Dam by Copperbottom. m PRACTICAL mond 3 50 m J. S. LANGFORD, Dr. R. G. Webb- - service UNDERTAKERS Mt. Vernon, Ky. ; 75 paupers rendered 7 FUNERAL DIRECTORS, S D. T. Cummins stock in THE THE DEM'ONDj OF AND ZS i3) 00 SWAMP. spector EMBALMKRS A E. Albright furnishing are mosquitos. As they sting thej Mt. Venon, Ky. o put deadly malaria germs in the voting booths 2. years 4 b!oo.l. Then follow the icy chills Dr. A. G. Lovell pauper and the fires o( fever. The ap service. 74 50 petite flies and the strength tails; Dr. W. F. Carter pauper also malaria often paves the way Licened Embalnier will have chai-g- of that line of service But ElectrK gF 45 00 for deadly typhoid. rs ' JIwork for the company. BitteFs kill and cast out tht Johu Phillips for wait'ng Hearse sent to all points malaria germs from the blood, . '25 00 Orders by wire promptly rilled. on Edith Rose . i. t' give you a fioe appetite and renew Geoige Ovens coffin furnyour strength "After long suf Manager 8 00 ished Mrs John Cain fering,". wrote Wm. Fretwell, of Bartlett& Griffiugnarcand Office Mt. Vernon Monumeutal Building PHONE 11a 3 Lucnma, N. C , "three bottles radse.f lurnUhed in diove all the malaria from m small pox case 122 00 system, and I've had good health itutuiiiuiiiiitinuiuiuiuiuiuumiiuiiiuitutuiuuiiiuuui ever since." Best for all stomach M.J. Miller paupef comliver and kidney ills. 50 cts. at mitteeman 1500 00 Chas. C. Davis'. Neal Parrett work on th-bes- vent accident but not. responsible 00 should any occur. Description Pedigree. 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 the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA e 2L&tfffl The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 by-Walk- er's I "XL. DPKET 1 3 g -- B gCOUCH - Coffins and Robes. e . METALI CCASKETS . 3 3 3 3 3 E GEORGE OWENS, METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO." courts-hous- 299 Broadway, New York City .6 co John Robins W. M. fcullock goods for 6. do paupers 6 00 ' 19 50 10 80 10 95 Ch.ldren Cry CASTO Rl A W. T. FRANCIS, igBg"Mig FOR FLETCHER'S Be Happy! Happy the gi'rli or woman, who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been sufferer, happy is she if she has ltarned of the wondtrful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonic! Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's allmesto. It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. mm mms VY ' 1 JrXBSrTAISr fc 1 m. 'Hbv tttfHi -- HB a-- v mr lESHi (ill service J. H. Lambert vice 2 1 days ser- .6 o Dr. S. C.j Davis goods for paupers M. J. Miller goods for pau- "j 65 J. H. Lambert -- days ser,.3 0.1 pers M 7 65 Dentist Mt Vernon, Ky. i Our line of Couch JCaskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e mm i the County All orders by Wire Promptly Filled Coffins furnished !Tarnao nant IV Uli jja.1 L3 Wl nil nm4n SJUUU -- ) 11 W. A. COX, Phone 94-- S MT. VERNON, KY paupers J. S. Langlbrd jailer 1345 vice 3 01 E. S. Albright public-printi- ng C. S. Armstrong 1 days for county 2U3 service .3 .00 J. T. Adams coal and K. A. Chilton for, build- goods for jail 238 iug pike 65oo 00 Sutton Sc' McBee books J. K. Morris for arrestfurnished county 109 ing IV. M. Jdpes and 3jo John Frakes jauitor bringing him from Hardin Moore justice 3 Jackson county 5 05 daV& 'r' 9 J. W. Marler election officer 2 00 Logan Arnold justice 2 . vice Logan Arnold vice 1 days days J. Mil ler paupers goods for . . 11 serser- S. Singleton 3 01. 3 00 HarveChaney goods for 1 Home aud office in the late residence Dr. Myera formerly occupied on. Old 7 00 MainSt.,;jMt. Vernon. 79 o-- j 65 C. C. " attorney-at-lAw- Williams, , . - 96 95 mt. vernon. ky. to collections. Phone No. 80. 00 00 fOFFICE. The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church street. Special attention given On 2cd. floor o Cardu i WomaiftToiiic Mrs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think there is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used it with the very best results. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I can't praise it too highly. As a medicine lor weak, tired, worn-o- ut women, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today. Write to- The VV. E3SSPT R. McUlnre " " l , . III fVj 2 2 D. C. P.ynter A. I. Fish J. T. Proctor ' '" 2 2 Burns 'White, clear and steady to the last drop; TTor the sake of everyone In the family, insist on having Gus Staverson Solite Lamp Oil CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO., Smokeless SootJess Odorless Costs no more than in terior tank - wagon Kinds. Save eyes; saves money. Tour dealer has it In carrels direct trom our works LOUISVILLE, KY, 0 HIgh-Grad- o Beflnery at "Warren, Ta. Motor Gasoline, Attto OH. "No-Carb" ran Daily. James AJret S. S. 2 2 2 W. M. Hayes Edgar Hayes T. C. Wood W. H. Jones W. H. Linville J. J. Hamilton 00. days 00 C. S. Armstrong justice 00 2 days 00 J. H. Lambert justice 2 00 '" days 00 S. Singleton juilice 2 days bo Dr. R. H. Lewis services 6 00 3.C. MeCLftRY 6 00 UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 6 00 6 00 17 50 8 00 T? 1 3 60 rendered paupers 3 6 JM. V. Swinford making 2 00 2 coffins for paupers 2 00 Dr. Walker Owens tor A 3 96 pauper service 3 92 T. J. Niceley furnishing jfj - - Ladies AAvitorr Jot Social IstncMom, sad nnt fTiiMnmni u.4;9. p book. "Hcuae Treafc&eat for Woman." Mat Itk. t. 5 I W a JflfXMsjZrlvS Mrt 1 T ' 67 00 Stanford- Ky. 33ic8:3efe?cc &c&yc&y&& &x&o&x& HVBBflHHnMBCCa MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St- op! Consider! Why not use the best possible when YOU pay the bill? i2 66 voting booths r. J. Niceiey for service rendered county 420 00 W. Kincei- Supt, for J. 48 00 rent 6t office - CRAS. C. DAVIS There are lots of Drug Stores in this land of ours that sell Drugs, but the Drug Store for the people is the one that gives the purest drugs obtainable. Try us and let us prove ourselves the one. Yours 3c&3ic3enic8g John Harper making Supt. county coffin for pauper" L. W. Bethurum judge S. D. Lewis County Atty 5 ool Hanna s Green Seal - J. S. "" -- W.Kincer F. Co. JBpwman, 800 00 800 00 806 00 Jfry MountVeroon bbbbbbV Stands for everythingthat is best in pakt The pigments usedre.prorerljrproportiooerj and thoroughly compounded. STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE ' Ijf ' . mm i VfiyrtKrrmriW m Jh clerk 250 00 Lamber justice t day J. u 1 3 J. It. Arnold 3o W infy IPfflt I TTrr Mti 1 Rl II fH H BBfv JHjH Ml - C. S. Armstrog " 1 1 " 'III I ym v rBMHji mJ.UB1 "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT F0R M.B BY u m-- j. t vwr NQE - 6V D.AV4S . II h9f JIH H r.- v,BBBf' wMk Im " Aroold Haidin Moore " 1 , W. llHayes as supervisor W. a. Wlwenead LokW4 " i " .. v,' IV'' - ' . "BB " ' S.'fewm 'a trf-! clerk, of and and 50 13 50 Granite, Monuments of all 13.50 Irinds. Estimates iurnished I30 on amplication, c-GEO. OWENS Prqpr 13. 50 phone ll2v 10 3 3 3 13 13 00 00 60 mm Martufacturer of fVlDBAliER n Marbles Chas . C- - Davis Druggist MTl VTKNON. -- . Phone No. 39 iY. fe - ljpexmxy t I