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VERNON, COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 17. 1912. FOR CONGRESS IN THE ELEVENTH personal following and would make a good showing in the primaries in the event President Taft1 is renominated. On the other hand Mr. Edwards is an out-anout Roo.evelt mau and should the Colonel capture the nomination at Chicago he would in al' likelihood, make a runaway race in the primaries. Now that there is talk of a compromise candidate for President the question is raised as to whether it would not be a good plan to nominate a "compromise" man to make the congressional race Friends of L. VV. Be thurum say be is the logical man to be nominated if circumstances shape themselves as herein outd I lined. Reduced Helm Majorities. prior to the perpetuat:ng of the congressional district gerrymander by the last Legislature, resided in the Eighth Congressional District. Under the provisions of the Pritchard act hi county Rockcastle, wasdumped iLtojthe Eleventh. While in 'the Eighth Eistiict, Mr Bethurum twice made the race for Congress against Harvey Helm, the Democratic incumbent, and both times succeeded in pulling down the latter's majorities. Mr. Bethurum is one of the best (Prom Louisville Herald) known Republicans in Kentucky. He was named delegate to the Politics is warming up in the the recent State election. national convention from the Considerable interest mountains. Situation Muddled. Eighth District before the transfer is being manifested by republiine situation at present in the of his county to the Eleventh cans toward the Eleventh DisDistrict was recognized by the trict congressional race. Up until Eleventh Distiict is somewhat State Central Committee. He names mentioned in muddled, owing to the keen rivalry yesterday served one term as a member of connection with the honor were between friends of Caleb Powers the latter body with distinction those ot Caleb Powers, the in- Jd Don C. Edwards. Mr. Powers to himself and aid to the party. cumbent, of Barboursville, and is understood to be a supporter of President Taft although what' According to Mr. Bethurum's Don C. Kdwards, of London. the warm reception work he did in hehalf of the' friends tendered him by the political It developes that the contest is President prior to the State con- -' pffair vention was kept orettv murli powers of the Eleventh District likely to be a and thu I,. W. Retburum, of Mt. under cover, according "to the view auKur well for his future tortunes Betfcuruni visited the cify Vernon, Rockcastle County, will taken by Senator Bradley It is a.doiiUi?S th,al have 10 be rtckoued with in the doubtful, therefore, if" Powers' u ,,u UICCU np LUHKP August primaries. Mr. Bethurum would be accorded the united race for congress did IUnot commit it will be remembered, was Re-p- support of the Taft faction, not- himself concerning ;his plans for lican candidate for Auditor in withstanding he has a strong the future. Mr. Bethurum, JUDGE L.W. BETHURUM. three-cornere- d 11111 ul iMgMBP'iu.Tft ,11 iwm J I'M, J" l.l.fc Style That Stays visiting Mr. and Mrs W. M. don as court is going on there CEDARVILLE. Warren Sunday. There were and Mat went to sell or trad. . several hands come from Ford He is blind but fool him if you We are having plenty of rain in Mis W. H. Cottongim was at tQ tWs pace Sunday and now- - can. E L- Cockerel! has reoeived this narr nfthP mnntv on,i lUtUtWIJ -w 1.MUUWJ UUU frman Pine Hill Monday visiting rela the saw mill, of the Livingston ttiu5csmpuieui,uisnow cumjs are getting behind with their tives Joe O'mary has purchas Lumber Co , will start again. and has them up. To visit his work. About oue fourth of the ed a house and lot from Hugh Well- as time flies nolities et store you are reminded of the farmers are done planting . , corn Jenkins on Main St. Frice paid hotter and the repuDiicans in wholesale stores tn Louisville. and of the remainder some have J45o oo. O'mary has moved his this par(. arQ undecided what to family there and Jenkins has do one of them "will tell you ESCAPES AN AWFUL FATE. begun to plow and some are trying to get tteir new grounds moved to One of H. W. Bowmans A thousand tongues could not that Ted is the man and the next express the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. burned off. Wm. Niceley is the houses A. H. Hamlin, of Maret-bur- will say that Taft is the one Cox of'Joliet, 111, for her wonder- foremost of them all. He is done was here Sunday. Dan and here it goes. But there is planting and has corn large ful Ponder has his house almost com- one thiug sure, we dems would fate. deliverance Trom an awful 10 go to plowing Monday. enough "Typhoid pneumonia had Harris pleted left me with adreadful cough, she Norton and Miss Jane Hibbard never have known that there was Mrs. Sue Mullins is giving her such in the crookedness in the Rebu'bli-ca- writes. "Sometimes I had such were united ThursdayHoly bonds of evening. P. awful coughing spells I thought I matrimony property on Main St., a coat of party if Ted and Taft had officiating. paint. W. H. Ponder who has a not got crossed at each other, would die. I could get no helpi Bullock Betsy Mrs. Cromer, age 78, died trom doctor's treatment or other severe attack of typhoid fever is wait boys until the fix gets medicines till I used Dr. King's Sunday and vas buried in the lust some better. Uncle George Pope to a fever heat and they will New Discovery. But I owe my Walnut Grove burial ground. She remains about the same. We tell the whole six yar,ds. Now life to this wonderful remedy ior I leaves one son, W. B. Cromer, and would be glad to see him out we democrats dout want to fol- scarcely cough at all now." Quick two daughters, Mrs. Sidney Mink, and Mrs.' Jane Sexton, to mourn again. Sam Stallsworth, of low their example and have a and safe, its the most reliable of the loss of their departed mother. South Louisville, was in our town family row. No, we want to go all throat and lung medicines. Every bottle guaranteed. Wednesday. Lots of the farmers quietly on and nominate the r 00. Trial bottle free at50c and Is Chas. world there anything in all this this-pa- rt that is of more importance in are not done plant- Hon. Champ Clark as our stan- C. Davis. to you thon good dieestion? Food ing corn yet, owing to so much dard bearer and on the election must be eaten to sustain life ard rain. Rice Walton left for day in November all march to IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF uiuai uc uinesieu ana convenea THE UNITED STATES Barboursville Sunday. into blood When the digestio'i Mrs. the polls and elect him to the tails the whole bodv suffers Emma Jones and little grand- highest office in' the gift of the For The Eastern District of Chamberlain's Tablets are a rationdaughter, Ollie, are in Stanford people. Kentucky in Bankruptcy. al and reliable cure for indigestion visiting Mrs. F. Dishon. L. G. Messes H. Witt and A. C. They increase the flow of bile, Falin was in Mt. Vernon Satur- Carpenter have installed a boiler purify the blood, strengthen the day. Atty. J. W. Brown, of Mt. and engine and other machinery In the matter stomach, and tone up the whole y A bankruDt of Vernon, was in our town Fri4ay. at the mouth of Roundstone digestive apparatus to a natural Henry L. Smith ) and healthy action. For sale by Mrs. Kitty Woods, who has creek to pull ties out of the On this nth. day of May, A. D Chas. C. Davis. been making her home at Rich- river. This is something that has mond, is here visiting relatives. been,needed for some time at 1912, on considering the petition Whether it's Taft or Teddy, C. C. Howell was in Brodhead that place for thousands of ties of the aforesaid bankrupt for disWhether it's Wilson or Champ; Sunday visiting homefolks. that are rafted come there and charge, filed on the 15th day of Whether protection or free trade Mrs. O.H. Blanford is visiting it is quite a difficult matter to April, A. D. 1912, it is ordered Doped from a political camp relatives at Parksville this week. get them out, Taut those two by the court that a hearing be The country'll not go to s Mrs. David Lind say is visiting gentlemen have solved the had upon the same on the 1 1 day Bringing chaos and night. relatives at Cave City for a few problem. The Town Board has of June A. D. 1012, before said For Fish will still sell clothing days. posted notices to the tax payers court at Covington in said district At prices youil acknowledge are and the last clause of the notice at to o'clock, in the forenoon, or right. Mr. and Mrs. George Shehan read thus "And all pull together as near thereto bs practicable, and who have been in Va. for some A cyclone that passed over Tus for a cleaner and better town' that notice thereof be published in time haye returned and moved to this is advice we should all take The Mt. Vernon Signal, a news- caloosa, Ala., last night did conthe old mine camps. Harry We at one time had a tough town paper printed in said district, and siderable damage. A baby was all known creditors and other blown from its father's arms, but Gehring has returned from Leb. and its name was scatterrd broad Junction and moved his family cast but thanks to the stars and persons in interest may appear at was uniniured. Manv houses into the house vacated by Mrs. stripes we are out of the ruts said time and olace and show were demolished and trees were cause, if any they have, why the Maggie Martin, in the upper again. The Dram shops have, prayer of said petiiioner should uprooted. end of town. Dock Jones is sell- ceased to exist and hence The Indianapolis superintendlawli not be granted. ing out his property with the ness has about expired, tbe Honorable A. M. ent of police issued orders last loafers J. WITNESSJudge Cochran, of said Court, intention of moving to or near are gettiug scarce, we only have forbidding Soand the seal thereof, at London Saturday night Mi-- , Level Green. and Mrs. a few now and we think their said district, on the n day of cialists gathering in that city for in Jerry Sams, ot Hazel Patch, wer aim is to make stout old men. May A D. 19 12. the national convention of the party W. Benzies. Clerk, J. from carrying red flags in their Mr. J. H. Owens is very sick at B Geo. Moore, D. C. parade Suuday. this writing. Dr. W. T. Amyx was in Londou Saturday. Mrs. Cry LIY1NGSTON. g, n -- bow-wow- Annie Newland and Mrs. Mary Children Stylish maH-fP- f Style is so imoortanf a ----- uic most How long will k s;ay stylish? Your j.o lu luiJK srv Tn r rr "wi ox ' wi. want your clothes to look that way after weeks ard months wear you must be particular to get something oi more than just style things about it is wvw.uwA W uiaiuutui ui-yi-w c .u . ... Strawn, Jof Stanford has been visiting Mrs. 'George Pope for a few days. John R. Carter, of Lebanon Jet. was in our town Monday. Mrs. Mary Phillips is visiting in London this week. Little Leila Jeffey, of Pittsburg, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Maggie Martin this W'iek- .- Mrs. W. M. . Quinn is visiting relatives at Mrs. Allen Mounce has returned from a visit toElmwood -- OASTORI A WHOLESALE FOR FLETCHER'S Ob.iIdren Cry F38 FLETCHER'S u; j STO R A I NEW ENTERPRISE Cor-bin- Flour - Meal - Shipstuff - Hay Corn - Oats and Field Seeds and retail Ohio. Their style unless they're made that way; "made that way" means fabrics scientific shrinking processs, best linings, interlinings and trimmings all-wo- Your Clothes Will Not Keep ol i I Stav STYLISH They Have Stood the. Test. Don't Buy Until You See Ourjoods, - Compare the Values, Compare the Price., You'll be couvinced at once we save you money. OUR CLOTHES George Doss after a few County Merchants save FREIGHT, TIME and"" MONEY years absence has returned and in getting their supplies from us is "running a section at Pittsburg. LET US CONVINCE YOU Mrs. Ed Woodall is visiting Mrs. C. E. Rice. Well from what we can gather there will BUY be great work at Pine Hill in the near future. We are truly glad and would be glad for something like this to start up in our own little burg but it looks like fate West Main Street near Railroad Crossing has decreed against us. We are only eleven miles from Mt. KY. vernon ana nave done all we could to get out of the rut. We believe now that somethins should be done for our town., We have furnished our quoto of fines and all we have asked for v WE CROSS TIES ADAMS & GRIFFIN MT. VERNON, is a bridge $ 5 TO $20 se Have the Newest Styles in . PRICES ' STRAW HATS "Arrow Brand Collars J5c,. two for 25c Prices: EraliiiilsH $J to $3 00 You'll Eventually wear WALK-OVE- R HH HH SHOES. MONARCH SHIRKS Why not wear them now yy x SUTTON THE f 1 & MCBEE myr EMPORIUM . , -- across Rockcastle rivbr and we believe that justice demands that we should have one, we don't believe in kicktng up a racket neither do we believe in putting all the inprovements n one place. Give us a bridge or ione'end-o- f the pike and we will be satisfied and if we don't get either we will still be found contending for our rights. So whack up Taoys tote fare and we will ride to Mt. Vernon over a Dike and then we will call this a fare deal. Bernard Hagan still makes his weekly visits to Rowland. Some attraction down there guess we will investigate. Will Krueger is preparing his property that he purchased from A. H. Hamlin. Miss .Luanda Hellard is the new hellow girl ab the exchange. Mrs. Robert Matinglyof Paris hasretumed home after a few das visit, with her sister, Mrs. Robt. McClure. Jpba Clark'was xl BARGAINS IN SHOES Men's.$4.50 Shoes " 3.50 - - - $3,25 2.75 " 400 Oxfords - - - - 3.25 " , - - - 2.75 350 " - - $T.50to 2.25 Ladies' Oxfords Misses' Oxfords - - - 1.25 to 1.50 A lot of Ladies' Fine Shoes at cost. ----;. Call and see our line. Our shoes are good and our PRICES RIGHT Foure took, three horses to Lob. - Mt. Vernon Monday. J M. NOE & DAVS h- - 3. ' -,. t Kfcr t C-.- tt In yesterday's Courier-Journal aacilaMB. g?.c- - your M arse Henri Wattersor, on the editorial page, pays his respects Friday, May 17, 19 12 to tnose whom he seems pleased to denominate the Ishinaelues and illiterates of the country press, and Friday by Published every on another page of the issue EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. 0 ujs paper prints a collection of Friday and on Sunday nijht remarks emanating from the rural Rev. Rowe, of Shepherdsville, roosters whose tenor aud general $1.00 UBPCRIPTION ONE YEAR pastor of the Methodist chun--h tone isanything but complimentary hero preached thecom mencement to him. Looking disinterestedly known on sermon from the text: '"But seek and casually at yesterday's Courier Advertising rates made ye first the kingdom of God and Journal, we could not help being application his righteousness and all these reminded of a flock of martins thing shall be added unto you." darting viciously at a hawk, w.th Matthew 0: 34. Owing to being juht about the same effect. DanMEMBER CT a larger building the Baptist ville Advocate.xYes but it appears KENTUCKY; PRKSS ASSOCIATION church was used. The audience those same birds have about strip- WHAT.EXTANS ADMIRE. was large and the sermon a deep ped most of the feathers from the one, the minister dwelling at 0id hawk but his hide is too tough is hearty, vigorous life, according to Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio. length upon character building, to be easily pie: ced by the well were no other services held rected thrusts fro n the beaks of "We find,' he writes, "that Dr. King's New Life Pills "surely put in town, but all met at theBap-- ! the martins, of th country press. new lite and energy into a person tisi church where for a time ri Wife I believe they are the best HOW'S THIS. ligious differences were forgott n made." Excellent for stomach, INDUSTRIAL We offer One Hundred Dollars and Presbyterians, Methodists, liver or kidney troubles, 25 cts OPPORTUNITIES. Deciples, Baptists, Catholics and Reward for any case of Catarrh Chas. C. Davis'. that cannot be cured by Hall's A large cement plant is to be Lutherans met and worshipped Catarrh Cure. House Cleaning Made Easy: built in Rockcastle countv which together. On Monday night the F. J. Chexnky & Co. We have a big selection of straw when completed, will employ 600 pupil T6ledo. Ohio. rave an entertainmeut in rugs, lace carpets, We, the undersigned, have mattings. to 700 men in making cemem anci U)e "New Masonic" which was known P. J. C .eney for the last 15 curtains, scrim, curtain net, all mining coal. the finest thing of the kind ever years, aud believe him Tne president of the corpora- - h(lld in Lebanon Junction. The honorable in all business perfectly from which you can easily select, transact tion which is behind the enteiprie hf)USe Was more than crowded aud ions, and financially able to carry your spring house furnishings. Sutton & McBre. says his company has built five members could not even find out any obligations made by his cement plants in the United States standing room. Each pupil did firm. J. M. Hewell. a popular drugWalding, Kinnan & Marvin. gist of Greensburg, Ky., says, he is more enthusiastic over his or her best and but few, if any and holesale Druggist, Toledo, O. the prospect in Rockcastle county ,lotiCeable mistakes were made, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken "We usein Chamberlain's Cough our own ho sehold than he has been in anv former 0n Tuesday night, the exercises internally, acting directly upon the Remedy and know it is excellent. " Eor Nature, he says has closed whh a driU participated in blood and mucous surfaces of the proposition. ale by Chas. C. Davis. Testimonials sent free. provided in Rockcastle countv all by tne sixteen graduates. A system., fuel, tabeau by the ten female gradu-fo- r Price, 7;c. per bottle. Sold by all the materials, including the Druggist. the manufacture of the high-jate- s representing the "Ten Vir- I Take Hall's Family pills for est grade ot Portland cement, a gins," also some other selections. constipation. For Infants, and Children. condition which does not exist at Prof. Kenneraan, of Bowling The Kind You Have Always Bought any other plant in th? United Green. Ky.., Dean cf the Western SHERIFF'S LAND SALE. States. On the strength of these Normal School, of that place,' deI will on Monday, May 27th, Bears the the company is in- livered the graduating address 1922 at the front door of the Signature of advantages vesting a million dollars in the and Rev. Rowe presented the court house in Mt. Vernon sell at undertaking. diplomas with a fitting speech. public auction to the highest and Lame Shoulders is nearly always Kentucky is a State of varied G. V. Campbell, professor of the best bidder the following tracts of due to rheumatism of the muscles, mineral resources aud with its two schooi then announced that more land for taxes due the county and and quickly yield to the free appresent than the required number of the state. great coai field should , plication of Chamberlain's Linistrong inducement for the invest-- graded schooi graduates had been W. B. Dillingham 165 acres near ment of capital. Cheap fuel is a f urni,n2d lo comply with the law B Owens tax and cost $45.05. ment. For sale by Chas C. Davis factor of great importance in the aud that the vote cast and carried Elmer Houlc 154 near B. Owens tax success ot industrial projects and that Lebanon Junction would s'e- - and cost $25 69, FOR FLETCHER'S in Kentucky it may be had in cure- a high school and work T. J. Niceley, S. R. C I quanities practically inexhaustible would begin at ohce to enlarge The county of Rockcastle is but their already very commodious one of many counties where there buildings also that he had been is a big field for mineral develop- unanimous!;' elected principal or . . H ment. Material for the making of president of the school. Much first-clas- s cement is buudant in praise is due Prof. Campbell for many localities in the State and in the untiring paths he has taken '"r'-;b m frequent cases the fuel supply is with the graded school here for right at band as in the case in the pat three years .His good o I Rockcastle, where u'mountain of work i& felt and its efforts seen H coal is ranged alongside a mouu on every hand. Startiug in he tain of cement material, thus met with much opposition but m m making possible the development now every patron and student of m in vr mr' . sri! mt 0 mi nl ' it It H H t H VTTTl of two important industries at one the school is only too glad to lend time and by one organization. him a helping hand and eager to In a S ate so favorably located and receive his instructions. Prof, endowed for manufacturing pur- Campbell is also a minister, pastor ' poses there should be rapid in- - of the Christian church here, and M Mm Eii dustrial progress now that newjis knowntoa8reafc many in Ro(jk. railroads are beinp constructed and castle county, he having held sev ) B ff21 Jft are offering new opportunities eral revivals there also, preached w kJ .A u p vrn i 1 mi for the investment of money by the WHvV v Av . mi dedication sermon of the new WlLVAx W H J men "of means and enterprise. Buckeye Christian church and TW I k Courier-Journah.vV. x mA m j was pastor of Brodhaad church for some time- . : TOlJ I wi.-h-hi- MT. VERNON SIGNAL new firitt and to Kowletts, nership with Lewis leaves m moved his diy goods Ky., taking a parta Mr-- . Watlrins. Mr. many friends among the railroad boys here and we successat his new place of busintiis. The graded school at this place came to a close last nifr'iflifrr TJf?i-- - - . ,- - ( . FOR Sale: I have decided to go to fartnmj ajd will sell mv saw mill with band saw complete. 16 It. good line shaft with Dulleys; 2 Re- saws with mandrels and will sell 300,000 ft. of timber about 100, oo tt7cut innhe woods and on th W ill also sell a large mill yard. yolk of work oxeti weigh 3.000 lbs. and two log wa ons. Will sell for a bargain to the ri ht man L sold at once. The timber is on what was part of the George Livesay farm 3 miles from Maretsburg and five miles from Mt. Vernon. Call on or write me at Wabd. Ky Wm. Price. Ulm riAUUwtMMitayk MATTINGS We are showing a splendid line of Mattings, Carpets & Rugs re ( I We guarantee the quality and the Drice shows for itself. Inspect our line Delore you buy what you 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. I S. B. McKENZIE THE FURNITURE MAN CASTOR A ZtfM cSf sfl ?sj ii When you feel Stretchy. KaJr Blue and Out of look to the Liver; SIcS. Sorts, Zazv, E E U R it 13 J Children Cry HERBINE la the Remedy Yon Need. It Is an Invlsoratlnff tonic for a torpid liver. Tne lirst dose brings improvement, a few days use puts tne liver in fine vigorous conUIt.on. Ilerbine also ex tends Us restorative Influence stomach and bowels. 4 to thedirrcstlon ar.J food assimiIt helps lation, purifies the bowels and brlnjrs baclt the habit cf retru- lar daily bowel movements. When the stomach, liver and bowels are active, bilious 1m-- 1 purities no longer obstruct functional processes, the result lei of which Is renewed enercy. activity and cheerful m mental spirits. Price 50c per Dottle. jj2 One Way to Save $J,000 ff Give yourself a note for $1,000, due in four years. Plan to pay it off in monthly installments of $20. Deposit your payments in this bank, on savM - C ASTO R A 1 ings account. fi -- ws I I ssr-s- . i i ir The deposits you r J -r i make and the interest they earn will give you a nucleus of a j i j zai 1H JameF.Bal!ard,Prop. vl St.Loula.Mo. h. Stephens Eye Salve for Use Ml Sore Eyes, it Cures. larger fortune; your will next thousand come more quickly and more easily. 1.000 $Save Begin at this to do SoloAno RcconncNoco Bv it NOW. lit I n I s CONN BROWN l. i vn ub hr5i3 1 l A. B. FURNISH h Tie People's Bank MT. VERNON. KY. JE Brown-Furnisin 1 ;Ve do a general Real Estate nan lie town and farm lilbuai do abstracting ami , property, pass on titles. If you wantto sell list your prop-wit- li us; if you want to buy we can save you money. Realty Co. ie; U.G. BAKER, President. J.P.E. DRCMMOND, Vice.-F.L.THOMPSON.Jr., Cashier. CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash. P. LEBANON JUNCTION. John D. Miller paid Mt a Hying trip Tuesday. Engineer Ghering, who is one of the help ing engineers between Livingston and Cozatts has moved his family to Livingston. L. G. Falin, of lhe dispatchers oflice of the L. & N. at I ivingston, was in our town Tuesday a.m.. Mr. Falin, we are informed is learning the road to bocome a train dispatcher Here's to you Geter. The old passenger depot which the peo pie of Stanford looked upon as eye-sor- e to that city for I being an so long, after being torn down and replaced by an one, was moved to this place, rebuilt and will be use,d for a sup ply house for Main Line and Lebanon Branch. Mr. Noah Smith, who lived in this place for a long time and whoowns sfivfiral hnnspa here now, has moved with his, iamny to Juouisvnie. engineer n up-to-da- BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL rS The Commencement program of the Brown Memorial School will be as follows: Thursday evening, May, 23rd. Piano Recital Friday evening, May 24 Undergraduate Entertainment. Sunday Morning, May 26, Baccalaureate Sermon. Monday. May, 27, Eighth Grade Graduating Exercises. Tuesday May 28, High School Commencement. The annual address at the High school Commencement will be given y President John C Acheson of Caldwell College. Music will be furnished by Miss Dodson, of -- fijiAii&iMjaAm . ' Dont Deny Yourself The Pleasure of Having Goob Piano Music in Your Own Home The piano is the greatest of all pleasure instruments for the home and it is no longer necessary to be 'an accomplished musician in order to play it. Human Ingenuity has made it possible for anyone to play a piano by means of perforated music rolls thus eliminating years of tedious practiceand placing the responsibility of correct playing on the piano rather than on the pianist. j&3c$s3; m yc308yap3K&c$&x& lc B JONAS McKENZIE The AUTOPIANO F. B. ENDICOTT, Dealer WINCHESTER, KY. " KE AN EYE ON THIS SPACE EACH WEEK, where you wi -- t , I Has every device necessary to make the piano "human," but vou will Memorial School;' Mrs. realize this ouly when you hear it played. That is why we want you to Smith, and Mis Shatter, of Cald- let us demonstrate The Autnpiano. It's just like going to hear some great pianist play only there is no admission charge. well College. The piano recital will be at thf d. t... :.. cuurcu. ana Will irjcauyieriau -Browu 1 elude the pupils of the music de ....la v partment. Magruder bought the property Part of the undergraduates enMr. Smith vacated. Mr. Smith tertainment will be a cantata, by goes to his new home with our the grammar grade, pupils and best wishes. He will be missed part two a play by the High -- & x&ya$x$& j from among us, especially For soreness of the raucsles whether induced by violent exercise or anjifry, Chamberlain's Liniment is excellent. This 'lint ment is also highly esteemed for the relief it affords in cases of Martin of Mt. Vernou. r leumatism. Sold by Chas. C. was formerly Miss. Myrtle v. UiXVlii. k Lee Adams, of Mt. Vernon. G. W. Lewis, who for several years Heck.-Y- ou should never borrow- - v7 was in the dry goods and grocery trouble. Cn K business here sold his stock of Pinkr.- -I didn't. I acquired mine groceres to Duvall & Lasley, a at the altar. Mrs-Bishop church and Sunday-schoo- l circles. Mr. and Mrs. Casper Adams, of Illinois, were here first of week the guests of Mr and Mrs. Fred Bishop. Mrs. Adams was form erly Miss Monta Martin, daughter of our old school teacher, S. H. in school girls. on the hills araSacgDxeSgacaE GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER, I The dormitory family Friday-evenin- g. picniced !! mjuimf JniH .t iir I-'njuJB Brodhead Mm Ky COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Eobes. All Mail, Telegraph or Tele?w jfc 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 ithc very best goods possible for the money. Thanking my customers for the patronage in the past and .asking a continuance in the future I am Yours very truly - S lift, Bo B'T ' . phone ordeVs Promptly v " JONAS McKENZIE, Mt Vernon, Ky . " rm itt mil 1 r kjw irriir Filled. r SMHMHMdja . " Sfocgfrcabic s , . . ir- - . - p -Kt . 2, lA" - - v r "mrj- - ift ' -- - I'gtV f? - -- - MMMHMMl post-maste- r, v. v. - , S-- ' '"'','""': n ' MT.VERN)N! SIGNAL jQhn, Robins, 'the popular vBrod head was here Mon- day. Mt. Vernon, Kym May 17, 1912 Dr Green, dentist, of London, next wjll arrive at Mt.V-erno.nColl up "No. 79" when you wan tto Communiweek to locate, cate Willi SIGNAL Charley Hurt . J. M. AdamYand were here from Brodhead ye ster-di- y between trains. ??FcTtom CLSTHSS rt Sb 77 WH--o "Boys J nk 79 79 - -- GQJ Underwear You may be attached to that underwear you have worn all winter, but OLD I at 77;b S7I-A-L 1 J)ottT &iy Em Looisvillc A. Nashvillc R. B. Co. TIME TABLE. 22 24 north 23 south liC-rtn.- . 3"-5-3 G. M, Ballard traveling for the hoe house ' of King & Co. Ni snville, .Mis Rose McCord and- - ttev G. S. Watson are in Louisville;' stirted-outTuesday 'M- - Vs. 4 I SOL says TAKE IT QFR ' i Replace it with - a . '. 2i South 4.46 p m attending the meeting of Presby, a m jkery. 11:38 a m ,SL.T.. Rroctor has finished his 12:19 -- P&TS B.V.D. : UNION SUIT . rebuilding of the Whitehead propAgent. erty and moved thereto. He ha Jas. Landrum, made a neat residence of it. Phone No. 58. Mrs. Mary Miller, while, sitting Entered at the Mt Vernon, Kj. Postoffice in'an arm chair reached over to mail matter. asl second-clas- s pick, up an,artiole from the " flood y ', whenone of her ribs snapped" in PERSONAL -- am There is a Straw Hat-fo- r v you at Fish's. H. McFerron was up from Pine Hill Monday. C. C. Williams was in London during the week. David Craig was visiting neai Brodhead Friday until Monday. Russel Proctor was in Cincin-ana- ti and Paris during the week. Earle Phillips and Donald Ed wards of Berea, were in town Tuesday. R. A. Sparks is back after a two weeks stay on theLewisburg Tenn. contracts. S. L. Cummins, the Quail merchant, was here a lew hours Wednesday Gilbert Reynolds, a war yeteran of Pine HiJL Js very lqwjvpd. . not, expected to.,rjpver-!:.J;'.r-. Mrs. W. L. Richards has returned from the Norton Infirmary and is feeling fine. Miss Stella Arglin of Berea, is the attractive guest of Miss Lenora -Parret, until Sunday. Dr. D. B. Southard attended the meeting of the railway suigeons , at Lexington Thursday W. H. Jones was over from Wildie Monday on veterinary business here and at Maretburg. Dr. Webb was called from- Livingston Tuesday to see Mrs. Cam Mullins who is ill at this - to fit us. Today this is false economy, for you can buy Suits so reasonable and so good tliat it would not pay to Dothcr making your boy's -two., clothes at home-Com- e to J udge J. T. Adams was down in with your boy ana Lebanon to see Dr.- - McChord see the Spring Clothes we His feet again a few days since. are showing. are still giving htm considerable Don't buy the unnamed kind trouble. ask for crt, Mrs. Mary Miller was taken seriously ill Tuesday abopt noon Nor others just as good. and remained in a critical condition She is much Some special values these for some- hours. were boys, mother would cut down dad's old suits VVhen vc at 02d?, $1.00 the Suit with short 'sleeves, knee lengths shirt alone or drawers "to match at 25 and 50 cents. We can hardly tell.you about them here' a whole column would not describe them. Solid blue; All white; Neat hair line stripes ; Stiff or sot attached cuffs; Soft collars and ties to" match. NEV in the history of LOCAL MERCHANDISING have yon Clothes for men seen such a rare offer in Made-to-Measur- e - Negligee Shirts SUITS THAT SOLD FOR - better now. W. M. Bullock, who is doing work preparing the fair the grounds, was called home to Hansford, Saturday to shake hands with -- his youngest offspring which arrived that mornirg and will be a voter in 1833 LOCAL See the new Ladies Summer Model shirtwaist at Fish's today. slays at: They will fit You; they are the New things $18.00 now going at II 22.50 U It 28.00 (( 35.00 a $13.00 u 15.90 20.00 25.00 $1 up to $750 The quality, like all our merchandise speaks for itself NECKWEAR I We are proud of our assortment of men's fashionable neckwear. Nowhere can you find a greater variety of stylish shades and designs, suitable for til occasions for business, dress and evening wear. And you will find out Pikes equally satisfactory. 50c, S1.00 AYe & $1.50 always show the new things first BY WHAT YOU BUY a Every Suit made from TUllE "WOOL Falrics and car vies our guarantee of satisfaction or money back. This is not a sale of "BARGIN" Clothes made up n..,.iHUv for the nnraose it is sronine REDUCTION t y j of our Best Selling Fabrics. A "WE STAND examination - takes-place here today and tomorrow. I makegood any of my clothes that don't make good themselves. ?.'?? v. J. Fish. Teachers-- LET US TAKE YOUR MEASURE WE CAN FIT YOU Our Guaranteed Hosery HIE HOME OF SOOD CLOTHES IN JtfT. VERNON A telephone line has been built . Some.on'is always sure to loose in'a lawsuit', and it isn't the lawyer Contractor'Uullock "has twelve either. teams working on grading fair Misses white canvas slippers, lor 50c a pair at Fish's Ldies and Saturday. John Harper, aged 50, of the Buffalo.neighborhood, died yester day of. liver trouble. Sick headaches results from a condition ot the disordered The Mt. Vernon Fair managers stomach, and can be cured by the are contemplating putting on use ot Chamberlain's Stomach automobi'e races for each day of and Liver Tablets. Try it. For Soloman Shell, died at his home sale by Chas. C. Davis. the exhibition. '' near Johnetta, Wednesday night, place. The old Welch dwelling on West of the stomach. Louisuille cemeteries, as shown lohn W. Mullius, L. G. Falin, KENTUCKY BOTTLING CO. . monarch shirts lots of fine patterns by a recent writer, contain 240,000 Main near railroad crossing is no Regular Services at Baptist Russel Howard aged 85 a promJoe Childress rnd John N. Clark in shirts plain and fancy. London Ky. dead. The city's census shows more. Workmen have removed it May 19th. I912, were all here from Livingston inent citizen, of the Eastern part Church,-SundaSutton & McB ee. the living population to be of and preparations are being made Manufacturers of soda pops. Hop Sunday "School at 10 a. m., Preach- during the week. of the county died, last week. for a new building of ten rooms ing at 11 a. m. and 7 30 p. m. ale and vinegar. Orders solicited The Deacons' Tribulations a about an equal number. Dr. Lewis and pretty little daughMt. Vernon is a mighty sober 0 to replace the one removed. 4t Pertinent subjects discussed, in a satU faction guaranteed. z comedy will be prasented, at the Arrangements will be made for ter. Miss Beulah, of Wildie, are A man under the in- It proper accommodations for visitors The Miller House shade trees The big drill at Spajrjiaijs being Graded school this evening. with relatives in the Doctor's hoine fluenceof .liquor is seldom seen practical Way. Teachers meeting at church, every Tuesday evening run day and night. This machine promises to be a very, enjoyable to Mt. Vernon fair in way of hotel were chopped down this week and town, Tazwell, Tenn. s or nights on her streets They at 7.30 interspersed with song prac cuts a six men hole ana is now occasion. Plenty of cut up into cord wood. and boarding houses even. Col Bob Cole, the popular were ruined by the late fire. Prayermeeting. every Thurs;. putting them down into the ledge room will be found for all. Banker and all around - AJl 'the .girls' are wearing it. tice. Mrs. G. S. Griffin, of Buckeye, These trees were planted by M. evening-a- t day 7 30, consider this to a depth of 52 feet. good fellow, passed thru; Sunday, What? The new Summer Model is doing a land office business in Mrs. Melvina Bussel of Rock- P. Newcomb nearly half a century invitation, and come tc enroute to Louisville. McCord Principal, Brown chicken raising Miss Shirt Waist Shirt, Fisfi is selling at all the above services. Out of six castle River section, widow of the ago. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Coffey of a dollar. Laigest assortment in Memorial, expects to leave Mt. hundred incubator hatched, five late Jim Bussel, died" Wednesday "V Dnke,. .i The CincinnatiTimes Star pays .?: , Paris, have been withj Mr." and' in town 16 select' from. She was a sister to the following tribute to Judge Pastor. Vernon, the last of June, to be hundred chicks are living some of morning. " gone, most of the summer and those them now large enough to fry. Uncle John French of this place Mrs. W. H. Baker at The Mt. VerThe W. J. Sparks Co., will R. G. Williams, for the splendid, Hook Worm: S. C. Franklin, who desire to enter, the sclioof Mrs. Gnffi'i is using two incubator. and was about 80 years of age. non Hotel for a week. soon have the plant in operation the watch inspector, has manner in which he has conducted returned next year, are request to file ap Mrs. R. B. Mullins and little son and will begin to grind stone for the office, of prosecuting attorney Owing to delay in shipment Benjamin were with Dr. and Mrs. fertilizer. This will in time be one from Bertha, where he met Dr. M. plication, at once. The Derby: "Worth was of the Ronton district: "Commonof part of the machine the fertilizer a bet Satuiday" said Sam. R. W. Dycbe at London, from Sun of Rockcastle's greatest industries. Pennington from whom he secured wealth's Attorney Richard G. Round trip ticket to Louisville department of the Sparda stone worth of specimens of the much talked Wednesday. "Trance must have been in one. Williams, since the session of the day until hook worm which the doctor had for $3.99 May nth. limited to May crushing plant has not been started She ran last." Commented Felix, Gus Staverson- lost Paris Sow8erbasJ'e:en "with his recent grand jury, has set a rt3cord battled in his big practice in this 13th. Round trip to Louisville but will be in working order within the g. h. parents at' Wab'd, "JoV a few days pony Tuesday. While it was in for securing convictions in criminal particular disease. Mr. Franklin $5.22 May 10 and 11 Minuted to next ten days when the ground "Feather duster scattered my cases which has never been equaled while Mrs. Sowder and children pasture the ground gave way under May 29th. Round trip to Louis- limestone will be ready for shiptalked with quite a numbei of coin , remarKea iodd. are visiting her parents in Tennes- the animal until it sank several ville. $5.22 May in Kenton county. In all, fift ment at $1.60 per ton f. o. b. at was so badly injured that eecovered patients while at Bertha feet. It 'Pop Gun shot my wad all to cases from indictments returned see. 27 and 28 limited 2 who are loud in their praise ol Dr. Thousands of tons of bits" chirped John Watson B. plant. it onlyr lived a she rt time. Mr. and Mrs. Casper Adams two days from date of sale. have been prosecuted by Mr. WilMr. FrankPennington's skill. this product will be used to enSo it appears the boys didn't liams and in each case he has sehave returned to their home in The Home Economic Club wil lin left a specimen battle at our Gull McClure is whittling out rich the soil throughout the various come home loaded down with cured a conviction. The only Harrisburg, III , after a pleasant hold its regular meeting at Lang local telephone ex hange where counties of Kentucky, made in coin. visit with friends and relatives here 'don Dormitory Saturday May 18, it can be seen by those interested. wheelbarrow legs for use in mak Rockcastle. other case, that of George Wolten-beting footstools which he will dis at. 2: jj- - n.- hi.- The demonstration Junction. charged with robery, resulted and at Lebanon -- -ir cEvery little town, and big ones t The Welch Marrow School will tribute along the roadside between Homer Proctor while as,sisti g will consist in the preparation and will hav also, have their trfals and tribula in a hung jury and a new trial will To THE Tra.de:--- 1 serving of vegetables by Miss nold its closing exercises, In the home and town where he can take a car ot ice next wees. with the work on a building in Ice will tions, generally on account of all be forthcoming. This record is Presbyteriarl church, on Tuesday, "rests" on his way back and fourth West end of town Wednesday fell Oskamp and her assistants. The be delivered every morning. Place the citizens not seeing thru the considered remarkable, as the State painfully President request's tbatsthe 'hiem evening "May 21st, at which time to see the trains go by. He pro- orders on Saturday's for meat and same spectacles. Mt. Vernon has makes no provision for securing evifrom second story and of the bers return the government bulle-tinee- Common School diplomas will be poses to organize a lodge injured his hip and back. The ice trade had its dose in way of a heavy dence in these cases. The grand ice for Sunday. publicly awcrded, to those stufents ' 'sons of rest" at an early date, "she and. receive others-tha- t. must be cash or paid for weekly jolt to progress in last fifteen jury report contained a recommend-tioGeorge Owens. G. S. Hiatf, E. of the school, who passed with says there is abundant material that members of the Legisand those who do not pay at the months, now comes Brodhead to B. Brown. H. T. Mullins of Mt. has for distribution. credit, before the county Board of right in i town and an institution and wumpus" lature from Kenton county do all Vernon and Dr. W. T. Amyx are The new hotel is the warm Examiners, the examination pre- shall succeed with him as presiding end of each week will not get ice the front with a "wow ine muu in their power to secure a State the next week. 5 and 10 cents over smewaiKS eic. those summoned to London as questicn now While it. has been scribed by the State for graduation. officer. take warn- appropriation f jr the employment town mentioned should amounts' must be cash. Federal Jurors for this week fully determined that the building It is the intention of Welch Maring from others that have played I of a detective to aid the Common Very respt. gparks waterworks sysW. J. A Baltimore party consisting of will i .be "erected, the lot on which row School to admit to its high with the fire ot misunderstanding wealth's attorney, but no action W. A. Cox. E. M. Newton and wife and three it is to be placed has not been school department, no student who tem is being extended ta Langdon May 3 4t. The pipe line will Dormitory. and differences and to make some was ever taken in the matter". account othffr interested stockholders paid decide'd- upo&'-ou- has not stood a like examination foreman Mr. Tames kind of compromise which is much The above was followed by a list Our splendid be tapped by the Graded school Pine Hill a flying visit yestetday. of interested parties to agree on before the County Board. 'Dr. A. G. Lovell, W. M. Mullins Pinkertoiv stole away Monday better than the beginning and of 23 convictions secured in such They left for Louisville bn No. prices; there being a difference' Our graduates who are to be Davis: H. C. Gentry and evening accompanied by a minister continuing of a useless warefare. cases since Feb. of 00 onprice offered and asked awarded these diplomas, on next C. O. 22 that alternoon. others. The tank which has a ca and two or three friends, to the was Wednesday evening are: 0 J. W-- Brown has returned from on lot where Miller House' pacity of ten thousand gallons is home of Mr. John Baker on the the Louisville Derby run. If be burned. There are three lots under rMiss Katherine Price, Miss Agnes located on an elevation near the east side where dwelt a modest Eberhart and Mr. Ralph Griffin. has missed a derby since that in- consideration. k Sparks residence, and,plaq,ed on a maid of 17 years and in the quite inaugurated away stitution was We' acknowledge feceipf oY the; The grades of all these are very concrete foundation fifteen feet of the evening surrounded by only back yonder no one here among following aunouncenient received high, the lowest being far beyond high, furnishes apressuesufficient the family and these few friends, the grade" required, thrs calling Ihe oldest inhabitant has any.je"- Wedriesdscy:r- - ' " ?" ' to force water over any of the Rev Tv C. Duke, said the word forth the praise of the examiners, tnemberance thereof. Mr. and Mrs. James Bastable buildings mentioned above. The which made him and .Miss Annie arrived Wednesday request the pleasure of ydurcom butrto MissPrice'belongslhe honor source ol supply is the Buckeye Baker man and wife. Mr. Pinker- Victor Tate Florida and is panyatthe marriage oftlieir dough' of.the highest grade. The Public spring near town branch just ton has been at the- - head of the afternoon is" cordially invited, to atlend the a severe case of ter Marjorie, to Mr. Jack Adams railroad. The water mechanical department of this suffering with north Wednesday evetnng, the fifth of closing exercises of the school. is raised-ttank"; py. teaar pump office since last. October, and. ,has malaria.: He L considerably cut on Beside the class other students will under chargeof engineer Morse Jim proven,himselC a' most .proficient down bttt feels that in a short time June One thousand, nine hundred at half after eig"ht take part. He and twelve, Rickels who usually keeps the and reliable man and although he wuVbe alright again: Map A'tlnnis. Ida "T, - - "J Knoxville by his o'clock 229 Western Avenue HollyNO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE tank guage hovering 'around the a total sirariger- - Has made many, was met- at Principal California. wood, friends in the town. ten foot' mark. brother, Shirley, old-town. W. J. Rider has a crew cleaning Ladies fine soisette shirt waist off the Miller hotel lot. for $1 00 at Sutton & McBee. grounds. Soft Shirt Collar and Tie to $3.50 White Buckskin Pumps, Walter Miller, assistant post- match, all for a dollar at Eish's. best in town, while they last $2.50 Sutton & McBee. master, - has a nice pen of quails No man can be popular, with from which he exp.ects to raise married people, who calls a baby New Teleph ones- - G. T. quite a bunch this season. He "it". Johnson, residence No. 32. J. A. has alsptvehtered chicken raising The blackberry crop will not be Bryant residence No. 69 m. (near business, just now fiqished-up- . his Buckeye. hatching and brooder houses on an entire failure this season but that berry will be mighty "scarce" Old Main street. New line, of Arrow collars and -- from Livingston upGauley branch. machinery More and up is being added to the various stone and sand crusher plants in to-dat- e Breeders take notice. J. S Langford will give $loo.oo for the best stallion colt sired by his horse Rockett Peavine. See him for particu ars. now-a-day- Bar-bourvil- le - I 20-2i-2- 23-24-- g. - ," n "V - -- -- BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made fromRoyalCrapeCreamofTartar ROYAL ot-th- e o -- I Ni - ., . ifrV- . - - - - ' . ji - r&fi&ks? i ;. riw5fci5j .?: .: jjifr jrjafe. v i rnvrjrs . r -"- " "?2-jt,i'5r'$i- V- - V v- fi-- W "v3M&&- - '. 'ipjaj&t - . . v - '0ttJM-'-iig- ' & . l T& ' "J" ..,--..,- .- .. .f.11n t I I Rev. A J. Pike of Brodread, New York Herald: Col Roose- filled his regular appointment, at velt says he is going to give the Poplar Grove, hst Sunday. Mr. ",?-- - . hlond the L.oJ , it needs. .A. pure bosses a good beating. It has and Mrs. O. I. Mill ins visited rel u years to atives, at P ato, one day last week.' taken hitn twenty-fiv? , under the name of Dr. Pierce's . seidiuidsoWbydragsibBior decide that they needed it. Miss Mary Mae Lathim spent Rochester Union and Adviser: from Frid.iy until Monday, with it requires corpuscles, because containing no alcohol or It is eas to see from 'the extra- homefolks The farmers of this which doe: 't.nf shrink Uv white blood Ht ordinary manner in which the community, are getting along .hi. : f"SV N. Nature's g?tden tliat builds up those weakened by disease. Vernon, was here, with his latter (Roosevelt) is conducting 'nicely w The Kind You Have Alway3 Bought, and which lias heen tl,eir Work. Master Mrs, Frances Hordes, last week. bis campaign that he would run in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of Hauill G nir last week. and has heen made under his pcr- A. M. Hiatt WUS in LoUlSVllle , the g'eat American republic as wlth h;s Up Fred R Hutm. of Paradise. N. S, write: "I fake creat hro:her pioyd here. sona supervision since its infancy. last weekMrs. U D. Rowle t if it were a toy for the amusement Mrs. w. F. DeBord who has be Jj CCtCCHMZ Allow no one to deceive you in this. fnu i ?!?? " S2? SfwdH of hhelb vville. is with her uirents mr u: u uc ir ti iiiujscii. mere wuuiu u contined to her room, tor two . lOf are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-goot J51 ." ; rlvwl to try Dr. pierce 3 uolaen ilcuic V . . .v Su h aiiWiJoiantJ Mice nothing but Roosevelt. had used ere Mr and Mis. J. F. Carter. nctaro i Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of mouths, is able to be out again. 1 returned ta Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Mamie Wells who has been work Cleveland Plain Dealer: iw'A tOOl And Miss Jalia Thompson was with her for express ray thankfulness Lcallh. 1 cannot find words tosuuerer- ing, at the Tobacco Factory here-- Roosevelt is perfectly sincere in sister, Mis. C. T. Riddle, last tu 1 sJvise to wnia iZLJArri rVino.others I ail."all I as ha cures spent a few days, with homefolks his fanatical self adoration. Th it week. Dr. and Mrs G. B. Law at Junction City, last week-- - is the worst of it. A man in rence and Ora Brown, srent last Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It CO. Howell was with homefolks, that mood will go far if he gets Tuesday, at Elgiu Ky. Miss contains neithei Opium, Morphino nor other Narcotic E3 Sunday Mr. and Mrs. G. F. the chance. DeBord is in Mt. Vernon, ta'kiug substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms Sutton of Mt. Vernon, were with Mrs J. J. and allays Fcverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind examination. Houston Pos: Col. Roosevelt the her para tits, Mr. and Mrs J. M sa s he is running for President Brown was very sick, most of the Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation Owens, last week Wallace Hagand Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the because he is a necessity. A week, with lagrippe. L!ttle Eliz Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. gard spent Sunday, with his sis necessity, To-morro- w apparently, that knows abeth Isaacs, Gads and Jo3ce The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. the Mrs. A. V Smith, near Hiatt. and respects no Price spent 'ast Situiday, with law. W. C. Turpin spent Sunday GENUINE ALWAYS Col. their little friend, Jewell DeBord. St Louis Republic: ouly a vision, YESTERDAY is but a dream, 'with homefolks. Delora Boyd of Mr. Dock Den.iy spent last well lived makes every yeaterdav a dream of hapnoisily proclaimed hut the Hiatt section, has been real Rooseelt has Bears the Signature of a vision uf hop-;- . Therefore today, piness and every himself the apostle of "the open Mo.iday and Tuesday, with his bring-youaccount to not yesterday nor sick, but is some better now. game" in p:litics. How does his' sister, Mrs Man C. Todd, who Mrs. Robert Kelly of Danville, BATK OF'MT. VERNON THE was very sick. Mrs. Mary E. and her mother, Mrs. Bob Rob- sedulous concealment oi the totirce DeBord was the guest of her sister, Then our hope i that all your moneys will bring you happierts of Maywood, are visiting of his enormous campaign tund Mrs. Wm. Hurst last Wednesday. ness, and proprity. and all your renollectious of ycbtenlay will bring'you srivat sat'isfaclicn and all your dealings and relations relatives and friends, here this square with this prolession? The singing at Poplar Grove with th's Bank will bring you jrreat prosperity. Kansas City Times: Not only week. Will Stevens, Water Robconducted by Rev. J.imes CumMT- - VERWOPJ erts, and Dave Roberts of May-woo- have the Roosevelt man no com- mins and Auorew Mc Williams, is BANK K1T.VERNON. KENTUCKY weie in town again Sunday promise candidate in view, out progressing nicely. W. J. Brown V. h. RICHARDS, Cashier. C. C. V:iJ,TMS. President. In Use Fop Over Years (here must be some attraction they do not need one. purchased of Joe Brown a span of THE CENTAUR COMPANY. 77 MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY. St. Louis Republic: Taft says young mules, for M here for the Maywood boys. $175.00. and Willie Shutts John Robins was in Mt. Vernon, Roosevelt is dangerous spent last Sunday, Tuesday- .- Rev. T. 0. Duke tilled Roosevelt says that Taft is useless with Swannie Price. Mr. M. M. at the Both are gentlemen ot rare dis- Brown remains in a very critical his regular appointnit-n- t Baptist church Saturday and cernment. condition, and is not expected to Sunday. Rev. E. M. Armitage Louis .Globe Democrat: recover. Mr. and Mrs. Estil Price snfflininwwmmHiiiimnwinniiinimnimmiiimmfflK St was in Pittsburg, lust week. Candidates may otue, candidates and little son Clyde spnt Saturday -ft.. CD. VERNON E. R. Gentry was in town last may go, but so far as the Socialist and Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Henry Talor icket is concerned Eugene V J. L. Thompson. There will be Saturday. : PRACTICAL of Shelby ville, is with her parents Debs goes on forever. m s;rvices, at Friendship next Sun Mrs, J. F. Carter, this Mr. and UNDERTAKERS day, conducted by Rev. John week. Joe Carter has returned Now is the tiniP o get rid of our Sowar, of Bandy, Ky. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, iX! fii d You will home, after spending several rheumatism AND 3 THE weeks, at Shelby ville and other Ciiamterlaid's Liniment wnndei-full- y THE DEMON D 3 OF E3IBAL3IK11S effective application SWAMP. points. Lena Albright is the will convince Oneof its merits. u Mt. Vernon, Ky, s honored guest of her cousin Mrs. Try it. For sale by Cbas. C are mosquitos. As they sting thej put ceadiy malaria germs in the Maurice Perkins, of Crab OrCi.-rr- Davis. Solid-breec- h, Saff4 b'oou. Then follow the icy chills . Nevels this week. A Mrs-and lh2 fires of fever. The ap For ease of action the ROCKET PEAVENE and daughter of Corbin, attended petite flies and the strength tails; s Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of The fine combination stallion, also malaria ofteu paves the way 5 the funeral of her father John PemiflPtonrUMC Pump Gun. E company. rrs work for the But Electric Adams, near here Tuesday. A Rocket Peavine, will make the lor de idly typhoid. Its short leverage enables shooter to"double"at trap Hearse sent to all points ;2 large crowd from here attended season or lyiz at tun siatue or Bitters kill and cast out the ST Orders by wire promptly tilled. or blind without "kinking or cramping . malaria germs from the blood; the commencement exercises at Roy Bpaz'ey in Mt. Vernon, at Not a second lost when seconds count give y u a fire renew Managers Crab Orchard Monday night, 10. toinsurea livii gcolt. Money vour s rength appetite and suf- j "After lung 1 d. Five shots at the shooter's command. mare 5 among those who attended were, due when c lt U r fering." wrote Wm. Fretwell, of S Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHOKE 112 Prof, and parted with or bred to another Lucaraa, N. C, "three bottles only bottom-ejectin- g pump gun. The Mr. and Mrs. Hiatt, iiaiiUiuiiiiuiifuuuiiiiiimiuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Mrs. Liking, Mrs. Larkin Hicks, horse Due cn-- taken to pre diove all the malaria from mv Solid Breech, Hammerless, Safe ! Mrs. W. F. Carter, Mrs. J. R vent accident but not responsible system, and I've had good health PemflgtorjrUMC the perfect shooteve since." Best for all stomach Cass, MirandiTate.Lela Albrigh, should any occur. liver and kidney ills. 50 cts. at ing combination. Description and Pedigree. Reca Brooks, Eva Albright, Anna Chas. C. Davis'. Send for Descriptive Folder Cass, Margaret Tharp, Grace Rocket Peavine is a beautiful bay, Cr-..Jdr- n METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. REMINGTON McCall, Henry Anderson, Everett full lb ban Is high with the very Brotdway, New York City 299 and legs. Is a horse best of FOR FLETCHER'S Watson, E. L. Hopkins, Prank Wallace Haggard, Urvin of fine style and acton, both under Ward, "Try Cardui," writes Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C Martin, C. A. and Evan Wheeldon. saddle and in harness. Has the " I was in a very low state of health, and was not able to best disposition of any stalion I W. Mr. Will Lynch of. Allen, was in ever saw. Can rack or trot a be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon town Saturday Uncle Henry three minute clip. Will be began to feel better. I got able to be up and help do my Fish of Mt. Vernon, is the guest fj&0 for the fairs after the housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I of Allen Hiatt and A. M. Hiatt u a v &jcv bEisr season closes. am able to do my housework and to care for my children, Mt Vernon. Ky. this week. Uncle John Adams, Sired by Tom Peavine, he by Our line of Couch JCaskets and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough 88 age about 80 years, died at his office in the late residence Infact 2:05, by Electioneer 2:20, Home andformerly occupied on Old for the benefits I have received." &mL&mMs& is unexcelled hornelast Monday of heart trouble Dr. Myers Trj. vwiSfii m Hand-mad- e vSsLlV&s Coffins furnished mi He was the father of W. G the sire of 166 colts, with records MainStu.S'Mt. Vernon. &3&gS&izi -Adams of the Hiatt section. below 2:30. I . wtt i n sen i) uu nitI jj.u is, 01 i Mrs. Tom Peavine. first dam was by licaiac i John Nevels of Corbin, and C. C. -lhe County of Stanford, Peavine and was the dam of the Mrs. Patsy Brown 1 ATTORNEY-AT-LAand an uncle of our merchant great Rex Peavine. Rocket All orders by Wire Promptly Filled By a special J. M Adams. MT. VERNON. KY. dam was Mollie I2i7, by Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for act J . H. Jarret and Samuel Black Pat Denmark, he by Rattler, he jOFEICE. - On 2nd. floor o women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. were granted a pension of $24 The Bank ot'Mt. Vernon, on Church by Vernon Black Hawk. Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains and $3o. per month. given Phone 94-jIT. VERNON, KY Second Dam by Walker's Grey street. Special attention the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, rrii to collections. in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to HELPS A JUDGE IN BAD B'lX. Eagle. Phone No. 80. health and happiness. Stonewall Jack Third Dam by Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous, son cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not Mills Tenn., was plainly woiried Fourth Dam by Copperbottom . try Cardui ? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts A bad sore on his leg had biffled in every way" as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test J. S. LANGFORD, several doctors a d long tesisted UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER it for yourself. Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask him. Mt. Vernon, Ky. till remedies "I thought it was a cancer," he wrote. ''At last 1 Burns white, clear and for Special Instructions, and book. " Home treatment for Women' sent free. J S used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and steady to the last drop. For t. e sake of everyone tn the SILVER DARE Cures was completely cured " family, insist on caving burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises SilverTJare is 6 years old, 16 mjrn and piles. 25 cents at Chas. C. hands, saddle and harness stallion. Solite Lamp Oil Davis'. Smokeless Sootless OdorWill maket the season of 1912 at less Costs no more than ln- c Kinds. ierior mile of my stable, saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer has It In barrels direct iron? our works Oh-ildre- n a? Hiatt post office, at $10. to insure 9 CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO., LQUISVJILE, KY. FOR FLETCHER'S Iteflnery at Warren, Fa. o arotor Gasoline, Auto OH. a living colt Season money be comes due whencoltJs foaldedor mare sold or parted with or bred to other stock. Pedigree: Silver SI-OOS5 d fcod The liau.d. nd the rfi-al, of the canal into the biooo. -chiefly from. u;c bmau through the bod, ana eac.ii tc wm glyceric extract W jiS th MiOUHEAD. SKIMMINGS. LEYEL HltKEX. I.P FfLZViStSuZ t,,,- ?SH asftzstt irsau s zi&zz ,. ek.-D.vid- WV uj.y - Se 1 Homer Wallin was in town Thursday J. T. Cherry of Crab Orchard, was in town Thursday. -- Henry Anderson and Walter . wqq . Mt. Vernon, Grade Preston 0f J3erea js 'here "cnrtg Sl-tel' Children Cry for Fletcher's e NScdleSeySrtofohor ?, ! &t&fi& x'ici-cc, irVy 1 d" I i ( What is CASTOR A a: esterday Tcday Y w to-da- I CASTORIA TO-DA- y (duzfyY AuZcA&U THE OF The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 .- CpKET PUMP GUN Hammerless, d, B H COUCH METAL! CCASKETS Coffins and Robes. GEORGE OWENS, e ARMS-UNIO- N fit Cry mw C ASTO Rl A T. FRANCIS, Dentist s My Doctor Said H If JkMQa TAKES 1 1 -. pre-paie- d 4'TirrrT -- I ftri&r&PB &&BS&Sgg$j S - 4- - - I .i- - s. X. Williams, 1 QTAKE Pea-vine- 's WomarfsTonic rha mmm CMoCLARY ge tank-wag- on iiigu-urad- "No-Car- b" CAS TO Cry Rl A one-fourt- h pyDk c$zr&& Stanford. Ky CHAS. C. DAVIS anna's Green Seal "The one-thi- rd Made-to-We- ar If you expect to do any painting, you are interested you should be in the quality or the paint to be used. In any given job of painting, labor represents practically s, material the cost. It stands to reason that with so much expense in, labor, the enduring quality two-third- Paint" Dare is by Dignity Dare 1982, lie by Chester Dare No. 10, he by Black Squirrel 58, he by Black Eagle 74, he by King William 67, he by Washington Denmark 64. he by GainesJDenmark 61. DigWelchmont No. 6367, he by William Welch 361. Silver Dare's firsl dam js by fcilver King, he I y Ontime, he by Stonewall Jacksoi,, he by Washington Denmark 64. TACK. I will also stand a good 15 3iec8&x3QtPcap nity's first dam by Liziemont, by of the paint is all important sought? Mount Vernon Monumental 'WORKS Why have the painting done unless the protection and durability of the job How is one to determine the true value and obtain paint that maybe depended is upon for durability? HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. I The makers have confidence and take pride in the quality and tea .the public the composition of the paint. IS THIS OF ANY VALUE TO YOU? the printed formula on every package. Th paint hai NOE& DAVIS if- - Mt aiir rv - IT OUGHT TO BE. and good heavy bone. Is black with white points. Will stand Jack at $8"to insure" a living-colAll care will be taken to prevent accideuts but will not be responsible should any occur. 'Same rterms-witJack as with horse. R. L. SMITHS Hiatt, Ky. Phone in residence, Brodhead Ex. t. young Jack, fulf hands high h and Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GrEO. Manufacturer 'VlDEALER n Marbles f an( . There are Stores in this land of ours that .sell Drugs, but the t)rug Store for the people is the one that gives the purest drugs obtainable. Try us and let us prove ourselves the one, Yours, Chas Phone No. 39 33pyy3c' lots of Drug 3C$X3lC&$aG OWENS Propr J C Davis, Druggist MT. VTRNON, KY. Phone 112 XXC33l3 3C883iC8e30G3l3li; t. - r 'A'--' .7- -