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V'-J v' ( ':&?' e $ ;i M w 'V 'i. liilii-jv- iiy.ii!v Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. .ppiipiiipi COUNTY,, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 10. 1913 house site, which is within the limits ot' the town of Livingston which site is cei titled to be not exceeding two miles irom any part of tho boundary of the said proposed district and it appearjng also that said petitioners are taxpayers legal voters and residents of the proposed graded common school district and it further appearing that the County Superen-tenden- t bes endorsed on said petition his approval of same and that a majority of the trustees of each common school district that will be embraced within said proposed graded common' school district in whole or in part havt endorsed their approval on said petition as provided by Jaw aud the couit being sufficiently advised ordered that tho sheriff ot this county be and is hereby directed to cause a poll to be opened aud an election to be held at tho school house of common school No, 14, on the 8th day of Feb. 1913 the same being 40 days or more alter thj entry of this order for the purpose of taking tbe sense of the legal white voters residing within the boundary of the said proposed graded common school distrist whether there shall be levied and collected an annual tax of not exceeding 50c. on each $100 of property subject to slate and county taxation owned bv white persons and not exceeding $1.25 of poll tax on eadh male inhabitant of said proposed Graded Common school district over 21 years of age for the purpose of establishing and maintaining a graded common school therein as provided by the common school law. The officers ol said election will also cause the legal voters of said pro posed graded common school district to vote for six persons to be trustees of same In case said Tax shall be approved. Tho officers, of said election will make return TrFaue-forr"of the result of same at the earliest day practicable. ' dis-strict a Established 1887 .NUMBER 15 WANTED LABORERS Highest prices paid for good labor Steady work, very low, is slowly improving. Bryant, after an absence of several months, has returned to hi. old job, freight agent at this placo utiring tne iiign water, Judge Witt Had a very oxciting oxporienco and it happened this way: BIG CREW WANTED AT ONCE, -- Tit KENTUCKY . PORTLAND MT KY. He is foreman for tho Liv-- 1 ingston Lumber Co and attends to tho booms on tho river, and whtlo on tho boom Tuesday catching logs ho fell into the river and swam to a treo aud took his seat in the treo until help could be mustered to get him to shore. Wo guess the judge did not feel like he was bitting in his court trying some fellow for selling devil's dish watr. We imagine this was the language that rau through his mind : I am monarch of all I survey ; my rights tliero are uonO to disputo." IMPORTANT NOTICE TO THE Danville, preached wo interest ing sermons at th Met nudist church Friday- a d Safcuulay nights. Rov. ty. W 2. Armil hllea nis regular apii). minion., ut the same church Su m.ty u id Sunday night. MiL .Mid Mr&. John Robins and littlo daughter, Mildred, spent a jew days in Mt. Vernon, tho gijests of Mr. and Mrs. F L. Durham. Mr. and Mrs, Bert Owns are very low with pneumonia at their residence near Maretburg. Mr. - and Mrs. Bob Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Harvo Owens, or are visiting relatives hero this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Henson, of Danville, Jare spending a fow days with the lattors parents near here. -- Aunt Katie Owens who huslbeon siek for the past three weeks is Improving May-woo. LOOK HERE! ' Now ' . & COAL CO. slightly. i DEMOCRATS OF PINE HILL, LIVINGSTON. larm from Bill Pennington in Ford Hollow. Price not learned. The little girl of Mrs Ella Miss Christine Asher, of Borei, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. L H. Glancywhich got .so badly burned Mrs. Emma Jones has is slowly improving. Alex Mink Davis. gono loOMoywood to spendfjtha has sold his farm on Sand Hill to winter with her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Swinney for $150. Mink Mrs. Lloyd Maret will go to Pinevlllo, Ky. Little W. V. Dishon Vernon, is visiting homo James nud Charlie Samms, who of Mt. folks We have lately learned have been visiting their grand Q. H. Rice will purchase the parents at Pittsburgh, have rethat proporty belonging to Mrs. turned, and Charles is a very sick boy. E ). Anderson, who is ruir-ninGeoVge Pope on Main street. T A an extra gungnt Falmouth, Pntinlntrf.rtn ntirt Paflit Ky., r.as hero Sunday. W. O. rGdorge Martin were called before ifVj, ' Hlftfyf llfc Grand lury Monday, on an Dilley. master of trains, pf Leba.A Sam Stalls- non Jet , was hero Monday. rf ' .. t a inniortaiit case. " t'ho is working at l'uris. What has become of the Lebanon Jet. scribe? Surely he was not nome follcs Sunday. sAJis;wn "I'ierclfi Uottongim, of Lebanon Jet , in that bunch that loft for Salt Rivera fow daysngp If he was was with his brother, V. H, Sunday. John Pope has we would like for him to givo uh a position with the Portland Ce- a fow lines oven from that lonely Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Littlo clime. ment Co at Pine Hill. Henry Riggs is gradually grow- Mullins, of Paris, Ky., are visiting Cam ing weaker. Iko Bowman, one of relatives here this week county Mullins, of Mt. Veruon, was here the jolliest men in Jackson was hero few davs ago. Mr and Saturday on his way home from Mis. R. J. Lomondshavo returned Paris. Grover Mullins, of Cinf 10m Paris, Tenn , and report cinnati, is visiting relatives hero Mrs. Georgia McCluroand Mrs his mother mdeh improved. J P E. Drummonds is in Knoxvillo Bettie Piko will open a subscripon tho account of the illness of J tion school at this place beginning R. G. Moore is n Jan. 27th. Work on the new bins his mother. member of tho Board of Eqnalizi here hns been at a stand still for a tion from this part. Miss Annie fow days owing to tho bad The watqrs at this JM. and Rice Walton have re weather. finish place have been higher this rise turned to Barbourville to c3w)ol. J. M. Foure.tookawagou than thoy have been for years. team to Mt. Vernon tho first Henry Mink's bouse, with all of and day of court. Mat said he into ti- its contents washed away. A ed to sell, buy or swop. The fol house of H. W. Bowman's, where lowing gentlemun .from this placo Ester Elking lived, washed awuy juta tided court at XI J;. Vernon, uud ho lost all his household Monday ; A. C. Carpenter, I. W. goods. It is reponed that C H. Catlin, C J. Rico and G. W. Rice lost $700 worth of ties. ThU Martin. J. H. Owens is slowly 'Is a big loss and It is also bad tor improving. P. L Thompson, the a man to lose his houso with all Vernon traveling man and its contents. Th.e water put tho una of the best salesman on the county road out of pfliumKiion. and It Hooded the following roxd, was in our town Monday, It rained all day Monday and Mon- - houses : J. B. Jones, Mrs. Emma day night. The Hide in tho river Jones, V. H. Mahaffoy, Ed is bringing the Livingston Lum- Owen and Newt Hodges. Al Mr. and most all of them moved out Tuesber Co. lots of logs. Mrs. Robt. Rico, of Frankfort, (hy njght. The water was over jarfe visiting Mrs. Rtco'n parents, the abutments of the R R. bridge RMr. and Mrs. H. Witt. Mr and halfway jjp the girders. Robinson has purchased n James Mahaffev. wi0 has been Jfaraes vS g T - Lvf'j'ort"i Cot-tnngi- -- ROCKCASTLE The Democrats of each of the voting precitiCU are requested to meet on Saturday, Jan. i8th, at some placo in the precinct and elect a precinct committeeman, whose dut,y (t will be to meet with t!i3 other committeemen of the county at the court house in Mt Vernon, on Monday, Jan. 20th, for the purpose of. electing a county chairman and secretary,, of the the organization aud event the county committee. In committeeman is not present at the precinct meeting on the 18th, those democrats present will proceed by first electing a temporary chairman and secretary aud then proceed to tho election of a'chair-maand the chairman and secre tary will then and there certify the election of such committeeman to the county chairman. Democrats, it is important that this matter be attended to in every precinct and I trust will nowhere be overlooked. Yours very truly, C. C. Fish, County Chairman. n, Miss Julia Sams of Burr and James J. Proalor, of Ottawa, are in School here! Miss Sue Cable has been vorr sick this week. Mr. Mink of I Danville and Mr, Bromley, of Stanford wore here Wednesday adjusting a claim of insurance fir W. C. Hopkins of the Copper Creek section who lost a very valuable recently tobacco barh, by fire Prospect- t'O, &?' t Again we come to you with this, our once a year gzn Pre-lnvento. V - V ing for gold on upper Negro Creek s,eeias to be tty? order of the day in (hat section there have be6n several men employed sent here by western prospector , and auitealotof the stone has been sent nway forj inspection, juagmg from tho distance the men have from the state come, of Utah imd several in numbor means s bme little exponse to someone not being able to ob- tain any Intoligetice in regard thoir ndWs in this locality wo do not know how early to predict, fioin me iour u great ,r us earth to Rockcastle corners othe County's' fQold .flelds.but we hope ibiiPfo "will be ndj, distant day ur Lettch rise of "the will sUAV tub glitter of greltp quantifies of tho precious metaU 11 " ? ry Sale This annual grinding- - down and smashing of prices to quickly empty the shelves arid ' counters of our big store puts money into our pockets and the pockets of our customers who patronizes the Sale. .V ' 1 , 5,- -, tt. - - !. : ttftfFffJtt t!i:t!t!MiMt!':ttr:iilfiit,MHl ana US SCHOOL ELECTION AT Reward for any case of Catarrh LIVINGSTON h i 7, that cannot bo cured by HaU't Catarrh Cure. Rockcastle County Court Qnter F. J. Chbnby & CO., At the Regular Terms of this I Toledo, O. -outt held on the 23 day,ofDec. We, the undersigned, have wn ir Annnnrinrr rnar n'nnririnn fcuui. vittuu known F. J. Cheney for the last 1JU iv aitiuittiuglegal qualifipd fned by fifty years, aud believe him perfectly 15 voters was nieq wnn tne honorable in all business trans wnte 'junty Court Clerk at vthVlast actions and financially able to regular term of this courffasking carry out any obligations made at a graded common school dis- by his firm. rict be organized with itsibound- NATIONAL BANK OF COM ry as follows: W Toledo, O. MERCE.. Beginning at Nancy Bales on mil's Catarrh Cure is taken River, oxejuding bqr; intornaljy, acting dJrPctiy uppn the Rflckcastlo (heqco to Bjll Bales excluding him; blood and mucous surfaces of th to Tohn Baxtersejcludlng system. Testimonies sent freei thence him; theuce to the lettered rook; Price 75 cents per bottle. Sol thence to Thomas Dees3lncludlng by all druggists. ( him; thence to the George Pettit Takr Hall's Family pills fdr old place near crooked bridge; constlpatjon. e thence to fcbe Leo Steve eluding hjtnj thencu U110U1IEAD, Moore place on RockcHs'tlo Rlverj thence with the Laurerconuty lino Mr- - and Mrs. J. E. Walhnhnd to the beginning and (that the site iamiiy, ot junction (.iity aro for the school housefof said pro- spending a few days with rela posed district is the old school IF fives hero this" week. Misses Leja AJbrightand Hazel Reynolds r jfaye rernejl to Mj. Vnqn wliorp Hiey liavp boon atjehdiq school. Mij,s, Bifd,a Sforfijq, f HOW'S THIS. We offer' One Hundred Dollar ORDER FOR GRADE'D A WTLTW r L. W. Bbtuurum, J. R. C. C. Copy Alt. S. F. Bowman, C. R. C. C. ,. v. v, ., We spare no goods n Pre -- Inventory 1 i :i, tJw WILD MIDNIGHT RIDE. warn people of a feariul fii Th est firo iu the Oalskills a youn girl ru.ie horseback at midnight and saved many lives. Her deed was glorious but livee are often saved by Dr. Kings New Dis covery in curing lung trouble, coughs and colds, which might have ended in consumption or pneumonia. "It cured me of u dreadful cough and lung disease " Wellwrites W. R. Patterson. ington, Tex , "after four in our famly had died with consumption and. I gaiued 87 'pounds." Noth ing so sure and safe for all throat Price 50 and nud lung troubles. $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Chas. C. Davis. 01' Cull rode 14 rqiles one Sunday to come to town o, se.9, "the He ppeaqliers. change pulpits". was disappointed. Said thej changed preaohers iustead of pulpits. GIRLS All our goods are cut deep in price. All our prices are sliced to the bone No Sale profit is left for us. We respectfully request you to get busy NOW. At our smashed prices everything will go fast. Gome early and get the goods you1 want. All our winter goods must go, so( that we may have room for our spring stock 1 ? , LISTEN ! j It will require probably 200 cars of stone to make repairs on the damaged fill near Pine Hill. We Make Youf Dollars Have More Cents M- LEADING DRUGGIST MT, VERNON, KY. :: ' 0 ( ( Our Motto: QualityNot Quantity:;;;;: as MM staying wtu hoi1 grand parents, Mr. and Mrs, I R, Storm aud going to sojiool. H. H. Wallln was here from Dair ville Suturday. w. A. Troe, of Birmingham, Alabama, was hero caunuay on account oj tufe serious Illness of his sister, Mrs. Bert Pwens, of near this place, Miss Compost Ward has returned Jioino after sppndng fc))o past s Royal BakingPowder AbsolutelyPure The Woman Makes the Home She makes it 'best who, looking after the culinary, defiartment, turns her back resolutely upon unnealthful, or even suspicious, food accessories. She is economical; she knows that true economy does not consist in the use of inferior meat, flour, or baking powder. She is an' earnest advocate of home made, home baked food, and has proved the truth of the Statements of the experts that the best cooking (irithe world today is done wjth Royal " Baking Powder, j 'wr Here you will find the largest stock of Dryj Goods, the largest stock of Clothing,' the largest stock of Hardware, the the largest stock of Furniture, Paints, Oils, Glass & ' Stoneware and every- thing you can think ,.$ ' I of. T1 "M' 5 A- A Regular dt. Department Store -- tvo weeks jn Mrs. Ki5?i(i London.4-M- r h'nd Robert Ielly Thompson and. Miss Wo carry a full lino of lino lrigs, toilet articles ami stationery. If yon doub our word come in and see for yourself. Our customers' wants looked after with pleasure. If wo haven't wliat you want, kindly let us know aud we will do our best to g"t it for you. j Wore over a from Danvllea?)d spiut a fow days witlj relatives Jajft yeQk. Miss Elizabeth Gently spent a Trade with us this year and wf will SAVE YOU A ROLL OF GREETS BACKS BIG. ENOUGH TO tv So few days with Jier cjjuiin, Miss Cabje Pyron Wworjs left Monday for Georgeown where he will enter school 4E.dd Owens CHOKE A COW ' CHA$, G DAVIS GRADING DRUGGIST Phone No. 89 : s i s i jiiii. $:::: ;;;;;u;;;;;i::xii;: , . iit s i : w t t :.: , t : : : J j i t . . t j ( : i : i i'.ml ittfl a S8 and Arthur Andorsdh wore over from Paris Saturday and Sun day, TUford Storms wis dowu from Keavy Saturday aftl Sunday. Miss Malmda 'Bttrton Hiatt section is ut ending school of-tha" ; i Jf here. Rev. W, Arnold, of ' Si vt tf ."if " y - t. . r m '' )'talS3Sa&ii "" iV&g CIRCUIT CbtJllT. Circuit Court Mt nday has been held n this county in many years. The rocket vus light and many cases .etlortral, the litigants were unable to reach town on account ol nigh water. Court will adjourn to day as Judge Bethurum is anxious to got to the city where he expects to undergo an operation next week, for a trouble which has been bottiering him for year:. Commonwealth's Attorney M. L. Jurvis left for his home yes terdav. The lollowing is a list of toe Jurors: which Convened t ; MT The new jaiUl.ottld be rushettut and this old pen torn tluwu and! removed. Friday, Jnn. 10, 1913 Uuly one man, and he not a Citizen wa.s seen on the (streets diuuk during Ulmslinas and lie Published every Friday by hadn't the strength to raise a EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. disturbance if he had wanted to. Our neighboring village was not .so fortunate. It seems that bob $I.OO tJBSCRIfcftON" ONI YBAR Prewitt is at his old trick celling whisky over there and u number Advertising rates made known on ot rows have occurred there lately. application J. B. Fish came in from Pine, VPfiNOIM QlfiNAI LFA'l-- QRKKft. nln' tK.. .. t. ...... I ' 'hB lmtrlfict LAND STOCK & CROP, I 4 ville. ' . MKMBKR OF 'KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION January 7th. 1887 Circuit Court next week. Only two prisoners in jail. Dr. J. VV Grant doutist will be here at Circuit court. Little Lloyd Maret is sick with malaria lever. T. T. Wallace returned from Garrard. W. M. Poynter brought a large Owl had caught owl to town. hen and refused to release his claws. Billy captured it. F. L. Thompson asks his customers to settle up. Squire Pike, of Pine Hill, punishing those who failed to work on roads. Dr. J. J. Brown on sick list. , W. J. Newcomb, a Mt Vernon boy, is telegraphing at machine shops of G S. & S. b railroad Galveston Texas. C. C. Coyle who has paialysts in Louisville hospital is no better. lT hunting in "Kentucky has expired. Do vou know that fully nine With the great majority ot the out of every ten cases of rheumaStreet tism are &itnpy rheumatism of the h inters it was not a profitable niusclas due to cold or damp, or season. chronic or rheumatism, and re Few localities in the State have quire no internal treatment what of quail. reported an abundance y'trjryfgyfljry'flypHfliilBI3tft ever? Apply Chamberlain's IsHHE&BHHEMI licenses Thousands of hunting Liniment Jreely and see how were issued, but in tare cases was quickly it gives relief. For sale by Chas. 0. Davis. game found in appreciable quantiMany ot the birds perished ties. Why do you want u new trial? ' during the severe weather last "On the grounds of newly dis winter and the heavy rains last coverel eviuence, your honor." spring. There was much snow and " Wh U's the nature of it?" ice on the gcomid in the winter and "My client dug up 400 that I tile birds were unable to procure didn't know he had." food in sufficient quantities to en Ol' Cull. Hero Franklin there's able tlietOjiq withstand the cold, Is largely rcllected in tlie bank desomething wroug with thiswatc!: instances' ' where they except in posits. you fixed last week. It stopt. were fed by farmers. 'As compara- MT. VERNON COMMERCIAL That is where tho foundations of Frinklin When? tively few fatmefs tnke the trouble CLUB. prosperity ore lnid for very many peo01' Cull Oh sometime during ple, and will be laid for many more. to give the quail any assistance of A meeting of the business and the night; I can't tell exactly No honest, serloiiv minded jHirsons this kind the mortality among the professional men of Mt. Vernon, whon. are denied the privileges of an assobirds was heavy. was held in the Peoples Bank ciation with this bank. There are none Franklin. When did ycu wind whose dealings arc to unimportant to building on the evening of January it? We are" pleased to note that recelvo considerate attention. 2nd 1913 for the purpose of news01' Cull. Day befor9 yesterdiy two thirds of the Kentucky evening. papers are outspoken in their organizing a Commercial Club. THE PEOPLES BANK J. W. Brown stated the object advocacy for the election of I test and fit you with spectacles U. a. Senator. of the meeting and nominations for Beckham for f'om 75 cents up Seventeen U. G. I1AKER, President. years experience. This is as it should be. Governor officers being in order the followCall at Frank J,IK. DRUMMOND, has had honors enough ing were elected: McCreary n's new shop. U. G. Baker, President; who ac FlL.TIIOMl'SON.Jr., Cashier. to satisfy any man and besides he A TEXAS WONDER. said if the people elected him gov- cepted the position by appropriate CLAUDE C COX, Ass't. Cash The Texas wonder cures kidney ernor when he made his last race remarks on the importance of the and bladder troubles, removing he would not offer to run for any movement in getting up such an gravel, cres diabe'es, weak and organization and the benefits to other office. ame backs, rheumatism and all be derived therefrom by town and A FKLLov can never see any- county. regularities of the kidneys and C. C. Davis was elected thing wonderful about his own sistn both men and women. Reguand James Maret, ter, but ho knows that the other Secretary Treasurer. W. H. Fish lates bladder troubles in children, fellows sister is an entirely differ- acted as clerk until the election f not sold by your druggist, wiU The board of Supervisors com& ent invention. he sent by mail on receipt of Si. of a secretary. Mr and Mrs. A. Uummins. t w posed of J. W. Baker, G. V. The name adopted for the Mt, Vernon, visited their daughte'j One small bottle is two months W. A. McKinney, R. Z Owen man is polite and attent ive If a and seldom fails to organization was The Mt. Vernon Sarah A. Mullins, during the holt reatment, Moore and W. A Carson, met to his wife whon he takes her out Commetcial Club. Send for testidays. C. E. Mullins. who ha perfect a cure. this weeic and went over the the other women are sure that the I j monials from this and other states. WedMeetings to be held every been sick for the pist five weeks Assessor's list, making as we darn hypocrite beats her wheu be nesday at E. W. Had, 29z6 Olive street p. m. is able to knock around again, and Pr. 7 understand quite a uumber of gets her home.. thinks he will be able to start on St. Louis Mo., Sold by druggist J. W. Brown, A. G. Lovell and raises. E. S. Albright and 'C. D; Sutton the road again soon,- - Miss Lillie Trx to remember to write It were appointed a committee on H. The writer is in receiptof a letter Mullins visited her grnndmotbor, "1913," and try to remember that Constitution and to report from Charles B. Maret, of Kansas Mrs.E. Mullins, from Sunday unCOMPLETE LINE ordinary postage stamps are uot . City, Mo., a Hon of James W. til Tuesday. Miss Ruth Mullins, at next meeting. MT VERNON, KY. parcel post stamps. Coffins, Caskets and Robes, W. H. Fish, W. M. Poyntei Maret, who left Rockcastlo for of Mt. Vernon, is visiting her aunt, Baker Building, Up Stairs. Mail, Telegraph pp Teleparcel and 0. C. Davis Committee on Kansas in 1869. The latter was Mrs. James Cummins, this week. YOU may send a dpg by Ttooui recently occupied by Drs. Hat-phone ordors Promptly post and the elephant is getting membership. a son of Will S. Maret a brother Mrs. Martha Durham vi.sited her Hold & Harris . On invitation of U. G. Baker, of the late Alvah Maret. small enough to come- in under tho The daughter, Mrs.. Dan Quinn, of Filled. president of both the club and the letter made inquiries about Rock- Pittsburg, JJmas, and was accem regulations. Peoples Bank the Club accepted castle rtlatives none of whom the panied home by her grand FOR FLETCHER'S Notes from Interior Journal and will hold their meetings in the writer had ever seen and heard daughter, Miss Lillie Quinn. Mr years ago. Januarv 41887. 25 Peoples Bank building until fur of except indirectly, and Mrs. Mose Mullins, of Cruise, and Miss Sudie ther arrangements are made. M. G. Fish visited their daughter. Mrs. Mill-viHon. Fontaine Fox Bobbitt, esMr, and Mrs Hiatt were married on the 30th The following persons nam s BarnettJXmas vigilance ot his friends were enrolled as charter members, caping the Wm. Black, who have been visit of last month. physicians, and the Augus-eyeing Mrs. Black's parents, Mr. an I Rev. B. Snodgrass held pro- each signing his name to the list came reeling from sheer weakness Mrs George Allen, have returned J. W. Brown, J. F. Griffin tracted meeting. Mt Vernon, Tuesday U. G. Baker into court at to their home in Laurel county. to Lex- Robert Cox R. G. Williams returned (J. D. Sutton and the next morning we noticed Rev. and Mrs. Ance Cornelius, of Cost the hog raiser millions of dollars last yeue and nothing short of vnccitmtion ington school accompanied by A. W. G. McBee many divorce t' ophie.s hanging to W. M. Poynter "taklev, are visitinii the family of E. S. Albright seemed to offer the slightest promise one uv. . J. Fish. his belt. What a lawyer! What j C. Davis F. L. Thompson Jr Francis, of this placo. Prevention, however, is the logical solution of tho question. Dr. Hesjs. (M.D., D.V.S.) Judge Colyer moved to town Chas Many another lawyer fones " A. McKenzie energy! C. C ,Cox W. Misses D.ivis and Thelme MuN has always maintained that by giving Dr. Hess Stock Tonic to tone up and strengthen every on property into the Oresham A. G. Lovell would in the last two weeks been ,ins, cf Burr, wus the guest ol their organin the system, to regulate tho bowels, liver und kidneys, expel worms ; and also thoroughly C. B.' McKenzie West Mai-- .street. disinfect the premises, sleeping quarter and runs with Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant, would W. H. Fish sleeping in Crab Orchard cemetery! aunt, Mrs Ed Owens, during the A. B. Furuish F. M. Curtis moved to Maret-bur- James Maret, prevent an outbreak of this disease. holidays Dlllard Vaughn is very In the article gn Rockcastle The meeting pdjourned until ehurches last week, the writer sick at tho homo of his sister, Read what one of the big hog raisers in the country says : V. P. Freeman moved into the Wednesday Jan. 15th. 1913 when TlnviiUT 15111 our country was visited by one of the worst hog plagues over known, Leonard Tiuchev. Mrs. Pres inadvertently moved the Mt. lower rooms of J.. E. Vowels the organization will be completed We fed Dr. Hess Stock Tonic, and only lost two head out of a herd of two hundred and Daugherty is visitibg his sister, Pleasant church across the Pulaski house. ten.'' Alex. Nevius, Modesta, 111. adopted line into Rockcastle at least from Mrs. Tom Allen, nearCartersville. constitution and im- and Morrow ordered Judge Mrs. Mat Green, who used to bo plans laid for future work. Also note what bulletin No. 182 of the Kanssas State College says the article it appeared that way provements made in circuit court U G.4Baker, Pres. Miss Ida Mullins, has finished her oband owing to the stronuous about preventing Hog Cholera room. James Maret, Secy. jections of our good friend J. W. school at Cave Ridge and has gone "Whon wo recall the conditions which favor tho disease and the manner hi which Its infection to Mathison to make jher future talfs placo, It will be seen that feeding and caring- of hog has much to do with tho prevention of the Ova Myers clerking in store of Premises should be cleaned and disinfected regularly. The hogs themselves should be dipped When buying a cough medi Brown, to changing the location 'iome Fred Mullins wa in LivChcluru. S. W. Paris. G. W. Baker in eiue eveiy few weoks. Maintaining these conditions helps to keen np tho vitality of the hog and in this way lor children hoar in mind that of this noted old landmark, we ingston and Mt. Vernon on busitroublss of all kinds are warded off. To aid digestion and circulation nnd to prevent worms, tho bulletiu htcreof I7. L. Thompson. ,, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is after holding it in Rockcastle reeommeuds n formula of Wood charcoal, Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Uicarhonato, Sodium Sulphate, Sodium ness first of the week. Otto MulT N. Roberts who has been most effectual for colds, croup seven days, gladly move it back , Hypwulphato and Black Antlni clerking for S. W. Paris and was and whooping cough and that it this morning to its original aitedn lins still makes his regular trips Thisformula, given In toblespoonful doses would undoubtedly be benefical but would cost the hog raiser about Dr. Hess Stock Tonic which Is vastly superior and has stood For Pulaski, 10c per pound. Now compare this with the formula for correspondent to I. J from this contains no harmful drug. something Hke tw: on Sunday for some cause 0r the test of 20 years. sale by Chas. C. Davis. Ben Mullins and wife other. QUASbIA. Digestive & General Tonic. Expols Worms place has gone to Barboursvillo of Level Green, miles south-wes- t NUX VOMICA. Digestive and Nerve Tonic. SULPHATEOFIRbN,nioolIluilder&fc:xposWornis. bUWIIATE OP sOUA , Laxative & acts uptm the Uyer. to enter business with A. M. The past two years antagonizes without jarring any t f the plaster spent Xtnas with home folks at fcl'bUM fcAiTfc, L.nxatlve, Expels Worms. rviMMOM RATT Annetizor. place. Bon has returned to CHARCOAL. Prevents Noxious Gaaes. Decker. nnd misunderstandings ing loose, breaking a pane of glats this mTRATE OV POTASH, Acts upon tho Kidneys. has been at ' that tended to disorganize or causing the least vibration" in Ida May, where he 1 FENUGREEK, Tonlo and Aromatic. James Landrum, . . mor opera- Charley work for some time. compounded by Dr. Hess, (M.D., D.V.S.) and sold to you on a written The mis This preparation is tor at Sinks, has gone to Loretta and demoralize the town organiza or about the bnilding. Bon Vaughn are in from guarantee and only costs 8c per month for tho average hog. Tho definition of the ingredients and Lou Cass, who has been tion and delaying the march ot take was made in moving tho Bond and will returu to their has been assigned pjogress and improvement will be church instead of the county line Butler. Ky.. but are taken froh tho United States Dispensatory and noted medical authorities. by the influence which would have been .much work soon r John Lear (Tint; brushed 'aside to tho office at Sinks. Feed your hogs of the Commercial Club easier had the writer taken second passed through tbispart last week Rev. J. J. Haley, of Versailles, and work with his line of dry goods and was for many years a missionary to just organized. Then just watch thought before putting the roller calling on the merchants. Mr. to prevontdiseasoand expel worms. Sprinklo tho runs and sleeping quarters with a splutionof Australia, spent Christmas here our town come out of the kinks under the structure. Well anyhow Elmer Mullius and Miss Cora Bar we said, in the article, that the and grow and keep step with with mother and relatives. residence church was located two miles West nett were married at the D. C. Poynter was to have gone of Rov. W. D. Mullins, lastThurs-day- , Also dip your hogs with this solution one of the foremost coal tar, creosote disinfectants known. of of Level Green; so there! Constipation is the to Louisville'. yesterday but didn't Rev. Mullins officiating. will permit, and you will have no loss from disease. when the weather many ailments and disorders that Ed. 01' Cull is very absjnt go Take S3 ,lb Pall make lite Mhe other evening he jail caught Are from stove Chamberlains Stomach and liver minded. CI' pipe, considerable eKcitement for Tablets, keep your bowels regular sat up till midnight trying to FOR FLETCHER'S ber what it was ho wanted to awhile. The court house would and you will avoixt these diseases. had" burned. For sale by Chas, C. Davjs. do. have gone, if the The open season for Ex-G- vice-preside- had for many yeas fell last Mon. day and. Tuesday and did lots of damage. -- The bo's and girls of this noighborl o:Vd have most all enterodjschool at A t. Vernon this year. Mrs. R. B. Sams and children, of Paris, have been visiting relatives here and at Plato Clay Thompson is in Indiana for a few T. J Biown who has a months position with B V. Smith, at Somerset, spent S nday with his mother here M aster Will and Jack Catron, of CeSnr Creek, were with relatives help last week. G M. bonder and lttle son, RobGkand Jury Frank Pennington, W. E. ert of Etna, spent Saturday and Graves, J. L. Thompson, W. S. Sunday with Mr. .nd Mrs A. C. Renuer, George Bowman, A. H. Sowder.-- - Miss Gi orgia Gentry, Hamlin, T. K. Francisco, vV 0. of Quail, is with heiigrandmother. Hopkins, H. J. Mullins, J J. Mrs. J.N. Brown, far a few days. K. H. Brown wasvthe nrst ft mown, J. W, Marler, 0. H. York. this P. 0 to receive package by Petit Jury. Jporcel post. Herbirt Isaacs, of No. 1 Woodstock, was the iuti-- t of his Wils Baker, Alford Brjant, Jim cousin, Dr. H. H. IsanVs, last SatGriffin, Mat Pilfo, Bob Adams, urday night. O. H. lleBord and Fiur.k Baker, John Overbey, Tom J. Harvo Brown, were i Mt VerEvaus, A. Rentier, J. J. Martin, non last Monday. K.ly Thomp H. McFerron, John Abrams. son, of Walnut Grove,! was over No. 2. Sunday to see his brosier, Sher Tom French, Tom Mink, Gus man, who is very sick Mr. uuu Staverson, Raymond Dowell, Lige Mrs. Loyd Owens spent Saturday Cox, John Hilton, C. B. Bethurum, night with Mr. and Mrs. G. VV. Geo. Mullins, Coleman Burdette. Shell. Miss Mary MaetLathim. Sam Fields, Auce Robinson, Chas after spending two walks with homo folks has returned ti Brown Daily. following Commonwealth Memorial School at Mt. Vernon. The Tom Lawrence, who has been cases have been tried; E. Blackburn, breach of the in Indiana for the pnkt few J. peace acquitted; Jnmes Winsted months, has returned houle for a same, fined 5 and cost; Bob Lee few days' stay. Mr ani Mrs. selling liquor $100; Roy Brittou W. H. Brown spent la t halurday breach of the peace $35; Jack with Dr. and Mrs. G. Bi LawMr. and Mrs. A. J Clark breaking into railroad car, rence. Norton entertained a few cf tho found guilty and the Judge will sentence him to the pen to day youngsters last Wednesday even-iuin honor of Miss Pahlin for the lenght of time he deems Bailey. D. RGentry andlson, offence justifies. the Most of the week has been de Richard Hampton, were down IV. J. voted to civil cases and a number from Quail last Sunday Brown, who is Working at BJod1 of cases have been disposed of. One remarkable and pleasant head, was down Sunday. Hewill fact about the present docket is move his family there this wlek. Hobart Burnett, of Berea, risi that there is not a murder case on ted relatives here a few days Insi it, something that has not existed week. There will be servhesi at for many years. Poplar Grove next Satnrday 4ml ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Sunday, conductkd by Rov. James Cummins also at Mt. George Owens, the monument conducted by Chas. Cnrmical tnun, is placing a granite monut ment in the Elmwood cometery WITHERS lot of the late J, T, Adams. g Ple-isin- reports the J. J. Hj singer, thestoik dealer,; lollowing ta es and purchases: From Aug. stus GnsStaver.son, a bunch of mlves nt $13 per head from Egbert Mullins 3 htad lor t $58; irom parties of tht Brush Creek scctioi-bunc.i ol mitill cait'e at S13 50 per head; fom B. G. Mullins 5 calves at :io per htad and from J. J. Be a sow and hix pigs lor $10. M K. Burton bought of J. J. 23 head of mixed cattle at 617 50 per head. difit-ren, Hy-sing- lm - &.&AHffianaAa4aHftasilfflnii tt aB i U icll m IPk o G-nrf- sti 1 1 . . , UOCIl HI M 4 Ktf 1 The directors of tho Peoples" Bank met Monday and declared ai 8 per cent dividend, and 2 per c nt to tiie surplus. F. L. Thompson, s OLD BY Jr., was cashier with n handsome increase in sal try. C. C. Cox was reelected assistsnt cashier. d JO NOE North Main The Prosperity of the Community VTv 1 Viee.-l're- s. -- -.' --T'l i fxqx y3ec$D 1, GRANVILLE OWNES UNDERTAKER Brodhead Ky R. by-law- 1 Dentist CONOVER s Children Cry CASTORIA ;g$ac9fc3oc ycv&IKxjtt'Vo&ioc n HO THE SCOURGE GHOLSRA OF ' I i J g. by-law- s 1 ( : cross-purpos- es news-butchlu- Hsss Stoek Tonie Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant Dr. 1.o. loolbo 5.00 deler e re-me- Children Ory CASTORIA JONAS McKENZIE, MT. VERNON, KY. 'f? 7 " ffit,i!'7'.rr-.--..vfeglgL'!.'f-P:-- - J w , . ". " v.,,,.-- - f - ppMnMwnMmapiwiMniiHDmaHiiM -- y-.- ,i. .,,-.-?- i r-- Ta iffiiyfc lWllTyTlW Tht- Graded school reopened! Get your local view post Ca'tdsat Morday with n full attendance. Fish's. ItI'Vehnon, Ky., Jan. 10, 5'3 Trying to do business without Mt, Veimti expects through the advertising is like tho carpenter! influence of its Commercial Club. -up 79" when , 7rCa,i will"No.Coninilltll. T7f who tries to build a house without brighter days. lit) j any - Mybu tools. dal. (It looks very much like there - MP: VERNON SIGNAL; m lii ttf . Many witnesses and others at will be a full Progressive Ticket in tending our court were unable to tho field So.' Rockcastle offices this return home for two and three year, days on account of the high Just take a glanreat this week's m , ,..-- . waters. - nil mm mi mmmimmmmmmmmammm issue of tho Signal and decide for LOUItVILLC & NAtHVILLC R Co. A three trick office has been vourself whether Mt Veruon has opened at Pine Hill for use until some live wires or not. The adTIME TABLE. repairs are made on the rain vertisements tell the story. 4.59 pm 22 ncrtn damaged fill ju'sl.South of Pine Hill W. M. Povntor earnestly re24 nortn 3:53 a m section house. Operators Lloyd J3 south quests all those who are indebted 11:38 am MaretandW. M. Payne are on to him to come at onco and settle JL 3outh 12:19 am the job of bellowing end brass any will deliver their accounts as he wants to bal Tas. Landrum, Agent. pounding. ance his books before the close of eleven maiL Phona No. 8. more The telephone line lrom this 1912. Knteircil nt the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofflce place to Conway and Brush Creek C. H. Mullins. N. G.; S. T. rasll nutter. hs caliing on the telewas put out of business Tuesday Proctor, V. G ; W. T.pavis, Sec'y can by the unprecedented high waters and W. L. Richards, Treas., were phone PERSONAL wheu poles were washod cut be- installed officers of Ml. Vernou by so,, was here attend- tween Lnvgford and Brush Creek. Judge Alcorn goods will be delivered Lodge 319 I. O.O. F JastSaturdy line ing court Wednesday. Repairs cannot be made until the night, which was followed by a b!g Everett Mullins and Russel waters subside. supper. The lodge is in a fl mrish-- i Prcclor were in Brodhead SunAH t lephone lines crossing ing condition day evening. Rockcastle river at Livingston, The heaviest rains known to Miss Sadio Richards has return- except B.H lines, were washed even our oldest citizenss tell ed to Georgetown where she is away by the flood and it will likely ljrie do is to or convenient come, all you Monday night, Tuesday, Tuesday attending school. ba borne days before coramunica telephone will send on in night and Wednesday, and a great . John M. Fish and sister, Mrs. tion will be restored over the damage has been done to property sell are lowest possible prices. goods no concern S. B. McKenzie spent a portion of dependent lines. , streams the different along the week in Louisville. be throughout A telephone line will soon lower goods of can. can sell tho county. a ny where E. BulMiss Bernice Laudrum left built to connect Cooksburg and lock several reports houses, TO-DA- Y Monday night for Ashville, N. C. Mullins Statiou, a distance of six much fencing and other property miles. The line will bo built by washed away on, Skaggs Creek. where she is attending school. Arrangements are on Along Round Stone much damage Judge Johnson, a prominent citizens. bar was foot for making switching connec-t'o- was done and at Livingston Attorney of the London the a Mullins Station and traffic loss will run into thousands one ot the visiting attorneys this by arrangimenu with the county lines reasons of the high water of week. VVillifrjMcKenzie the J. E Wuodall the traveling man Rockcastle river. The rise in tbe . restaurant man has installed a of London, and F. E. Mullins have river was estimated to be about 35 of teet. bis place of bought the stock of goods lighting plant In All Mail orders, ordered sent by PARCELS POST, amounting to $1 or more and weighing not over business. Bartlett Griffin & Co., at Mullins Orders sent 'by EXPRESS will be prepaid anywhere 1 pounds, will be POST PAID; Level Green post office was es!j ' WesdameR Mary Williams and station and are running tbe busi- tablished about theyear i807iand when purchase is $5 or more." ,, Oleo Brown have returned from ness under the name of Woodall Si the site of the office was on the P3K!&IIUMMtt,J Cnvhipton and renort a most Mullins. Mr. Mullins has charge hill just west of Skaggs Creek on of the store assisted by Emmett Somerset and Mt. Vernon road. pleasant vis't. ta Mr. Woodall will con If you want better quality and Mt. Vernon Commercial Club, Mr. and Mrs. George C. Fish Anderson. A better town and improved about two and half miles from tlieJ r Squiie Leo Arnold who lives better service trade at Fish's. tinue on the road. cxnect to leave in a few weeks to presont location of that office. near Calloway, bad to move tip- Waters backed up into the K. roadways for our county. visit relatives in Jacksonville and Tho Commercial Club is bring- our last week s issue wc failed Milford Denny was its first post stsits, when tbe flood took charge P nnlfn kirvllun ofr Pino Mill THc. In Langdon Memorial School r4- - incrnnr npnnlr tncrpMinr nc nnfliincr other points in Florida. to mention the six o'clock dinnor raasti'r. The star route from Mt. of the lower story. The Squire day doing fflch,damage. opened Tuesday with good at- else bos heretolore. Mr, and Mrs. John Robins and given by Miss Rose McCord at Vernon to Somerset was opened suffered considerable loss in lum- George Fredericks says as near tendance. Some of the scholars little daughter, Mildred, spent Langdon Dormitorv on tho 271I1 at the same time through the ber aud logs and damage to Tho regular meeting of 'the as he can figure it out, the larger were uiuble to get here on account Sunday and Monday with Mr. ultj, in boner of Miss Mattio Huff, efforts of David O. Gibson who his saw mil Woman's Club will be held at portion of Mt Vernon is located of the high waters. an&'Klrs. F. L. Durham. who spent the holidays at tbe Dor- was first post master at Plato, the home of Mrs. Fishback. at The "In a hi B. Jones, the former Levell mitory. Those present were: Pulaski county. He named bo th street, Baker L'ike out Richmond sho dovalley on top of a bill" It George Owens and hisson, Fred 7:30 The program willvj thfcwet weather j)ond, was look that way. o pos-offices. Some ten years after Crawford. have- - opened ' a 'tndving picture bo furnished by Green farmer, but now a Florida Misses Blanche the Educationul Wednesday morning Lovell, Elizabeth Adams. ward Gibson' named his store higber-.k'Myer Renfro's, Round Stone and all show in the Fish and Richards . fruit raiser, writes from Ft. Department. than has been known in the other county streams wore on a building. They propose, to put on that lie likes the country fine and Sadie Richards. Rebecca Watson, from Plato to Level G; eeu and was historly jf our town. It wis wild aampago Tuesday being good shows end theie is nothing Rose McCord ; Messrs J. T. Bow- named post master at that point. The Woman Missionary Society 'ilshing is good. souietbicg like three inches upon better to have in a town than n esbyter.an church will ling of HarlanJJoeOm'ra of Nash- Along in the 8o's Gibson and a higher than .was ever known, good moving picture show. McFerron and We?1,11? Mrs. A. H. tho flop.' of the house of John ville. John. Jones and Will Fish son became involved with the Bakei, fr., whose residence is Much loss was sustained in way hope tho people will give to this Us reSlar meeting on Jan. of ClirUtine Miss S,rtUgblor, Watson, Ben Fishbaclc ' government and sent to. prison on situated near tho Gentry Spring of fencing, logs, lumber and out- enterprise the patrornge it de- - '6th; at three thirty o'clock at Breezy Hill" will leave in a Tew Geo. S. charge of pension frauds. Thompson. just North of Lovell Lane. tbe home of Mrs. Landrum. buildings throughout the county. serves. .day for a visit to Prof. John D. and Jamie of a aicFerron. who is principal school at Wildwood, Fla. fcti. Rev. Woj. E. McCord, of Cold T bus Spring Harbor, Long Island, '4 Rose t frien with his sister, Miss Tl WcCord; at Lingdon Memorial Bchool, since Wednesday; He is on tluj way to, Ashville, N. C. . ffRac1 jtff a ' LOCAL THIS STORE GOODS BY ILL - OlLIVlK . wMif XK. PARCEL POST Our friends who are at a distance can now ! get goods by the new Parcel Post system than anywhere in the United States pounds by arrange with simply that dropping us a or us We package weighing not second-clas- s You us (No. 27) IflgSte to quick WHEN YOU NEE and it isn't us and we All we In our have to write it approval at that you same quality TRY US There is than we n wide-awak- e tf.Ml.FISH J" , 11 VERNON'S LEADING CLOTHIERS B3K.lfd, SON t. mmmmmm Mar-gurit- t "' H ? I Fish's are showing some mighty fine suits for men at $ifi. JfpTise m ," w c le-- a r mil g 1 School opened Monday with a large attendance. Mrs. Rosa Beazley the wel known music instructor has a good numbor of pupils under her .charge. busi- .Seventeen of our leading ttefisand professional men ic spouted to tne short notice call iav a ujeetiug for the purpose of organizing aud having our peopL-t"get together" to work for a greater Mt. Vernon and to push the interests of our county. Round-stonThe county bridge over at Brush Creek was entirely submerged by the flood and for a day it was thought the strueturo had. washed' flWav but when the waters receded' the bridge was gratifound in tact, much to the uce of it. fication of all who make Welsh-Morroo I jJLy LADIES' AND MISSES' CLOAKS & SKIRTS And your last and best chance to buy. CLOAKS and' SKIRTS will go no lower Price-cuttin- S SUITS & OVERCOATS $J2.50 s has reached the limit, and SUITS, OVERCOATS, We have lots of suits to select from and the most of them are u CLOTHCRAFT ft 'make, the equal of any clothing in the world for style, fit and long the wearing quality. Prices are made below reason, but we'd rather stand the loss than keep the merchandise. So here are the figures, . our last and lowest cut. . - o $12.95 Choice for Suits up to $9.98 $7.$0 $6.98 $17.50. $18.50 and $22.00 The Lowest Cut "PINE SUITS Extremely Low Prices for A Tou Dollar Bill and OVERCOATS OVERCOATS tirought below tbe level some change back buys Noted the best $10 Coat SUITS up to $6.50 ' of the cheaper kind. over sold iu Mt. Vernon Best values ever offered, that sold for $13 50 any of our $10 and ''Worth $16 and $16 . 50 and $14 but must clean up stock. $12.50 Suits P a r e w0 1 1 Price Theyl'l Never Go Lower A G o 0 d E y 0 Price Novot' Be Cheaper Last Cut $4.50 On Wednesday January 15th. meeting at 7 p. m. the first regular Commercial of the Mt. Vernon G'ub will be held in Peoples Batik building when t constitution and bylaws will be adopted and the organization completed for work. It is expected that those of the town who were not present at the vfirat mpptinrr will be on hands and join forces in tho proposed good 11 lift) m. At Ladies' and Misses' CLOAKS, SKIRTS, Etc. Far Below the Pric That Such $7.50 .ow High Class Merchandise Should Be Sold; LADIES' CLOAK, Satin Lined. LADIES' CLOAK, Satin Lined, LADIES' CLOAK, Fine Black. LADIES' RAIlf COATS, LADfE.i' RAIN COATS LADIES' KAIN COATS Wo have a fQW work. that Level Green was Stuppropriately named when it vsaid that boys living in that village h ive to clime 10 a mountain top a mile away to find .sufficient level space to play a hajf price, Misps.' Clonks, whipb, we Price $15,00 for rnce jLz.uuior Price 11,50 for Price 15,03 for Price 10.00 for Price 5.60 for y' 7,00 7,50 5,0( 3.50 mil at LADIES' VOIL SKIRTS, LAP! US' YOU. SKIRTS, LADIES' SERGE SKIRTS, CADIES' SERUE SKIRTS, LADIES' SERGE SKIRTS, LADIES' SILK PETTICOATS, LADIES' SILK PETTICOATS, LADIES' SILK PETTICOATS, worth $15.00 for $7.50 worth 7.P0for 3.7K worth 5.00 for 3.75 wortli 4.00 for 2.98 worth 3.50 for 2.48 worth 4.00 for 2.98 wortli 3.50 for 2.29 worth 3.00 for 1.98, Jt seems , See Qur Big Line of Spring Embrdi'dbries THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE Orders f John uoon. rcm.0 nf tumbles Brown's shoe bills, whot "Watson .p We Pay PARCEL POST on all hoy, were something iierce. will be remembsred he is a native s hamlet. of that niarble-yardles- Mail SUTTON W,t &, MCBEE --- F! We Pav PARCEL POST on alf MaiL Orders jj - J t&--- - p awtrttTTr- - ll T ) i I I' i r,"- n T1 nr.r miifriiiiii NATURE'S ESSENCE.--Exfra- cted From Forest Plants, wild-cherr- i COVIS Clint ley Slipphord is visiting rtlatiws nt Lebanon function. Mis.'es Mtittle Owens nnd Mimic Riduloiweto in Mt. Vernon shop-pMiKdil Nature's laws arc perfect, but discmo follows if these laws oro not obeyed. Go straight to nature for tho cute, to thu forest j there are mysteries here that wo y tree, tho root of mandrake, can fathom for you. Take tho birk of tho Btone, Oregon grape root, queen's root, bldodroot and golden seal, make a scienextract of them with just tho right proportions and you have tific, years oE two It took Dr. Pierce, vith tho ussistanco hard work experimenting to make tlii pure glyceric extract and alterative of tho greatest efficiency and without tho use of a particlo of alcohol. JUSt tllO son 01 rcmcuy yuu nceu iu uiuiwe nvu ivu blood, and cure that lassitude and feeling of nerve exhaustion. Dr. I'ierco's Golden Medical Discovery bears the stamp of. l'unua ArruovM. and has sold r.ioro largely In tho past forty years than any other blood purifier and stomach tonic. stomach seemed to bo tho . "Somo tlm nro I pot out of hciWi-wnt or Oio trouble." writes Mn. T.2RA Wir uavs. of Hellev lie, Kant. cuununcn U doctor with all tlu dectora at liwno as well as wlt.i "I my tVENTS IN t If DAY. Doctor Flcrcc'o Golden nfmedical Discovery. learuod chemists, eight "" JULY. L Sportihci MIm May Suttou won tha clay pourt tennl champlomhlp of tha Unit! States by defcatlns MUa Mary Brown, at Pittsburgh. vAvlatlori Oleaiter: Miss Harriet Qulmby, Ctha llrst woman to cross tha English "fchnnnel In an airoplane. klllnd In Might ' smm 'nm SZ Mm MHn.mmmn wtf mmnw .n .mwmnnuu.j? n rrrtntTniT nrtrjTrTim fti. yJSKMUft UlMtiT UU. r--t PRACTICAL 4- visit Saturday. M. nnd Mrs Complete Record From JanOwt'iis; have returned from n uary to December. wiih tol.itivo hi Berea.--Shenn- on t at Obituary Gen. Robert Frederick Hoke, C Licenod Etnbalmur will luivo charge of that lino of a distinguished Confederate veteran, at Raleigh, N. C; aged 76. wot'k for tho company. tho Worjd. Marshall Political: Governor Thomas R. nominated for vice president by the Tred-w.iyIwjMnotliavurei.ownxlwIUiouttaeiii' jUil)J. - ihatl ' i Democratic convention at Baltimore. Henrso sent to all points by wlri promptlv tlltnd. 1 Railroad Accident: U killed and many Dr. Plerco'o I'lcneent Pellcta are for liver III. injured on the Delaware and LackaC Wiluaj'a Iljq. NAMES ON THE DEATH ROLL wanna railroad In a rear end collision at Olbson's Nnrrows, N. Y, Sporting;: Ad Wolgast declared winner 112 Mt. VornonMonumental Building mmiii In a 12 round contest for the lightand Turldih-Ilatka- n The Turkish-Italia- n weight championship, defeating Joe rela-Im-Rivers nt Los Angeles, Cal. Jack Wars Items of MiscellaJohnson defeated Jim Flynn In tho w 4wrisi ? my9mmimit9m0mmmKmmmmmmmmKmmmrmrmmmimwrivmmwmmammmmmfm neous Interests, Accidents, Fires, r.lnth round for tht heavyweight chamXM Wrecks and Floods Games and pionship at East Las Vegas, N. M. SZSffi. Baces A Chronological Kevlew. , 6. Anniversary; The memorial lighthouse to commemorate the tercentenary of " Our line of Couch Caskets Jj Champlaln'a discovery of the lako MAY. which bears his name was unveiled at L Convention: Colonial ' Dames met ia ! is unexcelled Crdwn Point. N. Y, Washington. Railroad Accident: a killed an3 30 InZ. Obttuaryt Homer C. Davenport, fallaud-mnd- e Colluisrurnished jured In tin accident on the Llgonler mous cartoonist. In Now York; aced 44. Read what Cardui did for Miss Myrla Engler, faf Valley rnllrond.al Wllpen, Pa. Army Aviation: Italian airships dropped 8. Sporting: Formal opening of tho OlymHearse sent to all parts of ft bombs on the Turkish works at Faribault, Minn. She says: "Let me tell you how much pic) games at Stockholm. Artlah. Tripoli. 7. Sporting; Jim Thorpo of Carlisle. Pa., tho County T. Convention! United Confederate good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I alvvays had Vetwon the pentathlon In the Olympic erans met at Macon. Go. to suffer so much witli all kind of pain. Sometimes, 1 was . Persomil: a Gen. Dennett All Tounc t. games at Stockholm. Obituary: Robert Wiedemann Barrett elected commander tn chief of the so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a Drowning, only son of the English United Confederate Veterans. Kins poets Robert Browning and Elizabeth Qcorue V. of Knsland went down In a bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had Barrett Browning, at Asolo, Italy; submarine boat in Weymouth bay. 5' taken a few doses, I began to feel better. aged CX i IS. Political: Tho house of represontativoa Convention: 60th annual convention of passed tho bill for thu popular election Phono 94-MT. VERNON, KY Today, I feel as well as anyone can." the National Education association of United States senators, 37 to 39. It Obituary: Frederick VIIL of Denmark, I. mot at Chicago. Fire: Thousand Island park swept by at Hamburg, Oermany: aged (9. fire; loss 1500.000. li. Convention: Peaco conference met at Convention: The North American EsLnke Mohonk. N. Y. peranto congress met In Boston Personal: The Danish crown prince proMine Disaster: 61 lives lost In n mine exclaimed kins as Christian X. plosion at Conlsboro, Yorkshire, EngU. Political: The Socialist national con land. vention at Indianapolis nominated Eu10. Political: The national Prohibition con gene V. Debs and Kmll Seldel for presvention mct.ut Atlantic City, N. J. Tc-da- y ident and vice president. Are you a woman Then you are subject to a large (American) Coal Strike: Coal miners' convention at iz. sporting: TfdMorcdlth of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, won the 400 meter race In the Olympic number Wllkesbarre adopted nh agreement with m)nu on tiers and ended the stxlko; fames, ....aJJ, To-morro- w makln&a now world's record which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. .In... JO minors resumed work. Naval: Dattleshlp Texas, largest In the IS. Obituary: Cen. H. M. Duffleld. veteran A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to of the civil and Spanish-AmUnited States navy, launched at Newlean relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, i wnrs. at Detroit. port News. Vs. YESTERDAY la but a droilm, oulyja vision, Political: By a vote of 65 to 2S the UnitU. rtra: Flames tn the business district the signs of weak nerves and over-wor- k. well lived make? every yestorday a dream of hapbut ed States senate declared that William of Houston. Tox., caused a loss of 11,000.000. piness and every Lorimer of Illinois hud noi been duly a vision uf hope. ThereforeFor a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. JO. Cuba: Uprising of negroes In Cuba. elected to that body, not yesterday nor brlnjj your account to You will never regret it, for M will certainly help you. n. Convention: Sons of the American Rev- f 14. Railroad Accident: 16 killed In a colli For years J. S. Donahue, So sion on the Chicago. Burlington and olution met In Boston. BANTIv OF MT. VERNON He knows. He sells Ask your druggist about Qulncy railroad at Western Springs. Porsonnl: Mra Kmmellne Pankhurst Haven, Mich., a ci il war captain Ill and other suffragists convicted of conWW" to: tadltt' Advisory Dept, Chstttsoqts Medicine Co . Cbsttinoogo. Tens., us a lighthouse keeper Then our hope is that all your moneys will brlnjj'you happl-niflaverted spiracy In London. 34. Sporting. K. K. McArthur of South book. Horn Trestmtat lor Women," seat free, J SO (or Special Jiutivctloai, sad and proipjrlty. and all your rcoollectlous of yesterday will awful wreelts, but a queer fact 3. Cuba: United States marines ordered Africa won the Olympic Marathon nt brinj you tfre.it satisfaction nnd all your dealings and relations to Cuba to protect American residents Stockholm. is he ml;ht have bteu a wreck 16. Sivordng: America against the rebellious negroes. with this Bank will bring you great prospority.tj on the track and himself if Electric Bitters had not field meet ut Stockholm with 128 polntf Marine: Hamburg-America- n liner largest vessel In the world, to Sweden's 104 and England's Otl prtveuted. "They cured me ol launched at Hamburg with Emperor Thorpe, the Indian, won the decathlon Kidney trouble and chills", MT.VERNON, KENTUCKY William as sponsor. he li. Storm: A cloudliurtit ut DeiWer caused t C. C. WILLIMS, President. 11.000.000 damage Convention: International congress of W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier" writes, "after I lud taken othet Obituary: Henri Polncare, tho at Philadelphia, so called euros tor years, without SS. navigation metold Eutaw House burned 17. famous mathematician, in Purls; world Fire: Historic sued w benefit and thoy also unproved 6S In Baltimore. Sporting: Jerome D. Travcrs defended 19. Italian War: 8 Italian torpedo boats mv sight. Now at seventy. I am his title of champion by defeating Ostried to run tho Dardanelles and were feeling fine wald Klrkby at the Metropolitan Gelf "For driven hnrk by the (lro of Turkish flail of Ashland Lodge No O40 indigestion, all stomach,dyspepsia, association tournament at Short Hills. forts. liver and N, J. Storm; The raining towns of- Mamma begin In the November issue a scries F. & A M. kidney troubles, they're withou Cuba: Revolt spreading In Cuba; United nnd Seventrauglis, Nev.. cro nearly real written over fifty States battleship ordered to sail south. wiped out by u cloudburst; muny ct.-a- t equal. Try them. Only 25 Resolutions of Respect. years ago by one of our national 28. Obituary: Jan Dlockx, composer i and killed. Chas. G. Davis. heroes to his sweetheart during the period of authority on Flemish music and folk20. Fire: A 12.00) On llie""ln Vancquvor, Our Brother James H. Reysong, nt Antwerp. Uclglum: aged (A'" u '6i to '65. This great general will go down to Claude. Did ho remember? 27. Sporting: Abel It. ICIviat made a. new nolds was horn near Wildie, Ky , Obltuuryt Andrew Lang. English poet, posterity as having accomplished one of the record by running tho 1.W0 mctcrLace. crltlo nnd nnvellxt. at Banchory. Ed YeJ, he wanted to go to most brilliant feats of arms in tho history of Dec. 2nd. 1855 In 3'mlnutes 69 nnd died near age-&t seconds at Now Vk. the world. He was a3 great a lover as he was Political: President Taft Informed e 22 Sporting! Olympic games ended Swebed early. where he was horn Dec. 24 1812. a general, therefore these btter3 combine auCuban government that the Unlbdl den won with a totul of 133 points; Over U. G. Baker's Store, Relics of tho past. He joined the Christian church nt States would not Intervene In Cuba, thentic history and exnuisite romance. Thev United States. IW; England, 7t United 2S. Fire Disaster: 103 lives lost In a theaCrown and llrldge Work n special ty States led In Urals with 2S; Sweden sound a human note that no other work of The man who ran for office beUuckeye about 20 years ago, was ter fire at Villa Real, Spain. second with 23. All wotk guaranteed. literature has done in a decade; it is war, it is romance, it is history, it is Obituary: made a Mason in Ashland Lodge cause his friends forced him into 30. aeroplane Wilbur Wright, aviator and 21. Fire: A 3400.000 oil lire at Marcus Hook. a literature. You simply can't afford to miss this wonderful series an inside Inventor, at Dayton, O.; Pa. aged IS. in 640, March 9th. 1902 ( tlie Civil War now Pul),is!le, for tne first time and containing all Obituary: Funnle Dcnham Bouse, probHe it I 8.rr x the freshness of a contemporary ably the oldest uctress In Amei lea. nt happening. These letters will grip you hard, Tho lady who JUNE. was a good citizen, a consistent TTStt I -- . and llfllil vnnr inlrrcf frrtm firt tn lief Ohlovllle. N. Y.; aged SI. ...f I.A ..t...... ...! nn.l :b L 'Aviation Disaster: Philip O. Parmalee. Convention: The llrst International eunow before you forget it. of his, church and a use to cut lathers hair. member killed In aviation (light at North Yaki.0 genics congress met In ma, Wash. Ramrods. Sporting: Arthur Chappie ran n motor-cycltiuo and faithful member of this Z. Sporting: James N. Duncan made a a mile 'o. 391-- 5 seconds nnd 30 Tho Sunday suit. Lodge always ready to give a now record with the dlscus-l- U feet J "ivJJ. miles In 21 r. mutes 33 seconds, both ty, Inches. Klvlot ran 1.500 meter race or records, at Brighton Beach. N Y. The girl who don't powder. lland to fioo'i cause, In 3 minutes lH-- i seconds In New 25. Storm; A cloudburst caused damage tn Reritw Co. Mt Vernon, Ky York, beating his onii record made Prune pie. 'southwest Pennsylvania, mines Hood. H2We.tJStSl. xuciciuic ut: 11 xtesoiveu; May 17. KewYorkCtj , ed and a wide area Inundated; many Homo and olllco In tho la to residence Useful Christmas gifts. S. Fire: 2.000 bouses burned In Constantiist. That whi'e we deplore his, aeatns. Py n0 Dollar Year nople. Dr. Myers formerly occupied On Old removal from 27. Aeronautics: 7 huge gas balloons startThe amen corner. us we believe that Obltuury: Mrs. Margaret Snngstcr, poet ed from Kansas City In an elimination MalnSt.,,;Mt. Vernon. gfi and author, at Mapleunud. N. J.: aged find 35c. for which race for the James Unrdon Bennett The second table tho Lord who givoth and who 71 . please send me P.M. for V contest to bo held In Germany and Llberal s. .m,m'"7, io, "r Acen"' Quill pens. taketb away has done what in his Personal: President Tnfl unlearned the 29. Aeronautics: The balloon Uncle Sam. Nov., Dec. and Jan. T. visiting division of the Herman navy which left ICnnsas City on the 27th, Fojth of July otators. Infinite wisdom he knows to be to American waters at Fort Monroe, landed nt Mannssas, Va., having truv-elcName. Vo. S.. THr Copper-toe8.5 miles, beating 6 competitors In n for the best. boots. II1U ULVILII J. 1 Convention: American Medical associthe Bennett elimination race. , Addr, .ATTORNEY-AT-LAWCongress shoes. 222 West 39th St., Nav York City 2nd That we extend our 2. ation met at Atlantic City. Krnest Barry, the UnKllrh cliuinpion Obltuury: Eliza Archard Conner, social sculler, defeated Rlchuid Sod houses. sympathy to his bereaved family MT. VERNON. KY. Arnst of Australia on the Thames reformer and writer. In New York city, aged 71 counte for the sculling championship The man who wanted to die -g OFFICE. On 2nd. floor o and for comfort recommend them 6. Sporting: Tagalte won the EngllKh of tliL-- world to "The Sacred Source from with his boots on. Derby nt Epsom. , on Churc The Bank of Mt. Vernon K Obltu.iryi Mutsuhlto. emperor of Ja'iiojauixo-- i "jc uiBiv 'O 101 'Juo2v 13i3n s? Joauossud 'nwiM ' ' Xi 8. Sporting: Mark S. Wright cleared 13 pan. atiTokyo: aifed tSuccecdcd by street. Special attention given whence all earthly Comfort flows FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS o ddo ao 'ojno-j- juaasoj foot m Inches In a pole vault at Cam. his soul Yoshlliltn.) 3 uoonQ 'juaSy laajx Cuu uo its sjiuiap joj bridge. Oswnld Klrkby defeated Jeto collections.! 3rd. That the Lodge wear the blow AUQU8T. rome D, Trnvers at Atlantic City for with terrific force at' the saipcoo Svtj pun 'sarj Smuirj 'sjbo Snidaoig tPhone No. 8o. 2. Political: The United States senate tlio New Jersey golf usual badge of mourning lor 30 far mooa-3ntAuj- rj north and play havoc with Ship Disaster: French championship.waruciunnj Sinpnpui 'juoiudmba po;q3;t XJibou-warned foreign nations against acquirsubmarine -days. That a copy of these reso the slcin, causing red, rough ing naval military sites near United ship Verulcmalre sunk In collltlon with 33jjj "suTJajJO Aojyi oj ooi.uos ijSnojq; Xi'irjp ojqnoQ .1 or Hlntcg possessions. the bnttlcshlp Saint Louis off Cher-bu- r lutlonsbe spread upon the records sore chapped hands and lips, that UDOsojuoanQBtA'rjpiJojii 07 sujbj? Xjicp qSnoati; 03JiX k Storm: Hnow fell In Pennsylvania. K peninsula: crew of 23 drowned. Sporting- Arthur Chapplo drove u of tho Lodge, a copy sent to the need Bucklen's Arnica salvo to . Obltuury: Rear Admiral Benjamin r a, mllo In 38M seconds ut Lntnberton. U, S, N retlied who lamily of the deceased and a copy. heal thorn It makes the skin Brighton Beach, beating his own received the surrender of the Spanish solt and smooth. or July 24. Unriveled foi fleet nt Manila bay, In Washington 'published in the Mt. Vkrnon cold-sorealso burns, boils, soro.-ulcer-s. 10. Obituary: Lottie ailiton. actress known i Political: National convention of the UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Signai,. Pi ogrcsslviti party met at Chlcugo. foi years as the "Little Magnot." In cuts, bruises aud piles. .. Political: Tlio sultan New York city! aged 4L of Turkey parliament; Young Turks lead-hi- s J. A. Landrum. Only 25 cents at Chas. C. Davis 16. Storm; Tornadoes swept over Missouri removed.' and Ohio; Joss of lives, 30 or more. G. S. Watson, IS. Mining Accldent:.12 men killed by exPolitical: Theodore Roosevelt and Hiram JuhnHOrJ nomlnntfil by the Pro. plosion in the Victor Artcrlcan Fuel Wanted: An industrious man W. T. Davis. coiupuny mines at Trinidad, Colo, Kiexslvu national convention at Chlca-u- o NO MON to represeui one 01 me most ex Political: Republican national conven When given as soon as the tensive inanulactuiers of S. Accident: tion mot In Chicago. Explosion In the national Home 19. Ablation Disaster; CapL Dubois palace of Ham at Port nu Prince killcroupy cough appears Chamber-ltin'- d and Remedies. Spices, Extracts, Soaps. Lieut. Albert Pelgnan, oHlcers In the ed President Leconte. and 400 others Congh Remedy will ward French army, killed when, their bwere killed orhvounded. off an attack of croup and pre- Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Stocl iplanes collided n midair at Doual, Kurthquake: Aiii.eaithq.uako In Turkey destroyed 3,000 lives; Adrlunonla ami vent all danger cause of and Poultry Preparations in Rock 20. Frunce. Edward Stuyvesant Kihkk. Obituary: Ualllpoll Muffcr.il severely, anxiety. Thousands of mothers castle or adjoiniug ). Anny: United 'states army maneuvers noted civil war veteran who commandComities. ed tho famous Iron brigade, at Fond began In Connecticut. use it successfully. Sold by Chas Representative must iuruish suit 12. Political: du Lac; aged Jb. Mulnit llaild. the sultan or 0. Davis. a. Harvuid won the varsity eight rowMorocco, abdlrUcd the throne; Mulal able conveyance. Large profit ing race, defeating Yale at New LonVoussef was prUlalmed sultan. don. a permanent position Convention: Tho International AH 150.00 TO 1100.00 A MONTH and 22, Political; President Vf. H. Taft and union ',et at Cleveland, O, For your spare time Experience not need- dress The American Remedy Co. Vlco President ' Hherman renominated 13. Obituary: Massetlet. French composer ed. Want an active man In this locality. at Chicago. of opera music, Pails; aged 7a Dr To Introduoe us to your friends. We pay Tiffin, 0. 0. Accident: 49 people killed by the colHoraco Howard lVrncas, noted Shakelargest cash benefits when sick, Injured, lapse of a decayed dock-a- t Eagle park. spearean scholar,'!! Wttllingford, Pa.; and at death, (or smallest cost. i,l Grand Island, Niagara river. aged 79. and offer to first ap$100 PER PLATE, 21 Obituary; Floldi Marshal Sir George U. Obituary: Gch. E.W. Sumner, U. S. A.. to those who act as tho plicant from this place. Write quick for Stuart White, defender of Ladysmlth retired veteran oil the civil war nnd qcitl representatives ef particulars. was paid to a banquet to Henrv In the Boer waf, at London; aged 77. n also the war, at San Storm; Nearly Ihe entlro city of Guana835, Covlntfton, Ky. Clay in New Orlean THE Fianclsco; aged 77, J B 35 Y BODY'S in 1842 juato, Mexico, destroyed and about Army: War game forttho control of New Mighty costly for. those with MAanZIINE 1,000 lives lost as the result of a cloudYork city ended atiNcwtown, Conn. nnd 19. Storm: Acloudburstf centering burst. stomach trouble or indigestion at Nlles. Sporting: Mich., caused damage of 21.o00.000. Medicines that aid natuto are Today people overv whero use Dr . open golf Edwin Hay .won the British THB DELINEATOR championship at Mulrfleld, Nicaragua: Nicaragua rebels massacred England. always most effectual. Chamber King's New Life Pills for these 600 government nil In addition to liberal commissions. Let us show you how you can troops; 2 Americans Obituary: Sir Laurence were among tho victims. simply by forwarding lain's Cough Remedy acts on this troubles as well as liver, kidne y famous English artist, at Wiesba20. Obituary: Johann M.iSchleyer, invent-o- r den, Germany: aged 71 Easv, saft of the artificial language known as .rcriPtioa of plan. It allays tho cough, re- and bowel disordors. Political: Democratic national convenVolnpulc, at CmmtnrVbu, Switzerland: your frlentl nnd tion met at llitltlmoro, Mount Vernon Monumental lieves the lungs, opens the sure. Only 25 cents m at Chas aged 74. Rov. 'Wllllanj Booth, founder f neighbors nnt. eollecung tho renewals of our present subscribers. 'Jty 0. Davis' Convention) General Federation of and general of tho Salvation Army, In secretions and aids nature in reC'fub met ut Sail Francisco. for THIS month's prlzoa. There uro lots of prjzas that can be won only j; Dunoon; agea w. ffl. Sporting: American marksmen won In 2L Personal: Bramwell Booth succeeded WORKS storing the ysytem to a hoa'thy by persons living In towne some elzo as your own, Write at once to the the international shooting competition the lato William Booth as general of condition. Thousands have testiat the Olympic games In Stockholm; f the Salvation Army, grand aKgregate score of 1.8SS. Cornell 21 Panama Canal: President IJ I IC1C COMPANY of and fied ,to its superior cxcellance. Taft signed POUND, the place to buy Spectacles won all three boat racing events at the Panama canal bill regulating the Sold by Chas. C. Davis. Poughkeepslo-varsl- ty eight oared race, and and Eyeglasse for $1.50 and up, Gold, canal tolls. i miles, lime, 19 minutes U 5 seconds: 26. Political: Second regular session of the 1 Silver and Aluminum Frames, varsity four oared race, 2 miles, time, Granite Monuments of 62d congress closed. 10 selection Iri town. Kyos tested minutes 34 Solid comfort secured when you .seconds; freshman 29. Storm Disaster: Typhoon In Cheklan eight oared race, 2 miles, time; minEstimates furnished get the up to date bi-- f ocal, province, China, caused a' loss of 60.000 utes 31 cable Free. Years of experience, seconds. to infWi lives. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID 1. Storm Disaster! Reglno, the "wheat on'application. r temple spectae'es, fitted at S. FOR RAW FURS AN9 HIDES city" of Saskatchewan province, alWool on Commission; Writs for Dries- most entirely ruined by a cyclone; 60 (Comn'p'Tl in Propr. .,siie.) 0. Franklins ne v shop, next door JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. ;o deaths; property loss estimated to nil mentioning mis ad. COX BROS. STORE to Jonas McKonzio's store Pond 112 at $11,000,000. 3t, '? to do cthor Bpcclallits on stumach and dteestlvo organs. Nono seemed wroto mo harm. Unalljr, I r,v ... In fart.mont ?ofVtho medicines did .....-- , . -- ! . ...I... unlU.I atallnM lia, T littd llO n. Mtn. and constlpatlo-i- , and advised Dr. l'lerco a Golden t.la'nt with liidlffMtlon U'leasnnt IIcU." and Mivl'enl "rut mo on my feet ajraln' "Vio 'nirtwifTY' nml Tulle's.' ml J'. unm 3sTA orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX a c Yesterday TO-DAto-da- y Moore is at Brush Creek Muaviug teltgraphv. Mr. nnd Mrs S. B. Uam.sey, of Mi; Vernon isited relatives in this vicinity last week. George Brvant h is moved to on J W. Kiddle's place . vncitud by Hni'iiit Ishiic Hunt, of rphatrn Junction visited his sister, Mrs. li B. Shepherd at this ylace last of the week Miss ijdith Mullins of Withers, has b en veiling t th'u UUsWur'e ImIiii luii returned o the Normfil sjlmol at ilcnmond after visiting homef.lk- - -- George Parrclt has nlovtd to EJfrar I ivosays farm neat Buckeye. Jumqs Bryant ha! returned lnme alter a few Weeks with rolat ves at Owing ton. Grinding at Riddle's mill e'ery dav e.wept Sunday ' Kid J. V. Riddle filled his regular appointment at the school house Sunday. The Bible read-licontinues with very good a'tundiincc. Toun Sharp and lamily, of Paris, have been visiting relatives at tnis olace Mr. Neal PdiTett the youugest son of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Parrett, and Miss Docit Shepherd were married at the homo or tho bride Wednesday Jan. ist. the Eld O B. Landlord officiating. May their path be strewn with roses -s HISTORY DAY BY lantic City. N. J., killing aeronauts. Including Melvln Vonlman, her pilot Personal t The cornerstone of the Pulitzer school of Journnllsm laid In New York. Political: Woodrow, Wilson nominated for prestdout by tha Democratic convention at rialtinioro. Fire: Flro tn the business district of North Adams, Mass., caused a loss of G Aviation Disaster! The great dirigible balloon Akron exploded In flight at At- Doston. i&iHsUHsUtJsisKsWsVHsVbN jMc UADBRTAKER.S3 FUNERAL, DIRECTORS, a- iAND 3 J S" HsH.sBi3HBBsBSslsSsBBBHBlSSislBSSS Mt. Vernoh, Ky, OUC H METALI COASKETS K00.00O. Notable Occurrences Throughout I Coffins and Robes. tr 3 3 S:Onlc? 2 S GEORCE OWENS, gOilico MnnngerS PHONE iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimuimtiiiiiuiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiaiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiuiH iWi KiqyffiTaWMfl. w Young Women It TAKE Tl ARDU I Woman's Tonic 170,-O- ou to-da- a hero in a Lighthouse. TUtt a it it THE BANK OF MT. VERNON! X.I n" The Lpve Letters of a Confederate General WE lovc-lcttc- J. P. entist- R&Sft - per-nons a Scot-lan- J $fW &&?& SfJT W. T. FRANCIS, wCk: m Dentis o JPE ay Pictorial Review X DirmntAi iivivumu Dcvirnr V $10,000 itl Cash PriZCS C. C. Williams, il Spoi-tliig- : renrxm.vsrma t. ) ondi J.CMoOLARY I'cf-re- - ree-oi- d d ox S3dvj nvioads sxHosau 31VS iaxi.n iriv ox l oiDsijnoijaiijiiii Stanford, Ky. ,td al V $53,000.00 BEINGGIVEN AWAY Cash-Bon- Spanlsh-Atherlca- oecure a Sham -- J H Manufacturers GO. OWENS POUND! IJCrC hutterick building; nevtorkcity PUBLISHING ill s Lor-jre- st inds. 6 AND HIDES J. C. MOORE ..' Raiucoata fo everybody at isu's. JOHN WHITE SCO. fmtZ -- 'lr