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MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 26. 1912.
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Mrs. Dave Rainbow is
better at this writing Mr. John
Quinn. of Louisville, is vis ting
his mother at this place Mr.
Harry (jehring, of Lebanon Junc
tion, will move his ft-mily back to
our town. We have be n in
formed that Circuit court is in
session at Mt. Vernon and several
of our citizen-) are attending. We
will have a court of our own in a
few days as some of the boys got
bold of some bus? juice Monday
night and cut a considerable
.swath, but Marshal Pennington
and Judge Caloway are camping crossed. There are turn pikes"
on their trail and say they intend in the COuUty but all we get here
to clear it up. Go ahead officers is sjX(jays on the county roads
and here is wishing you success. and more if necessary. We be
Clarence Purguson. of Mt. Ver-ieve in an equAl division of the
non, was in our town Sunday jpie an(j sp(Hjai advantages to
Rena Dotson was arrested here none Nqw wnat we want is a
Friday and taken to Mt. Vernon. hri(jge acro89 Rockcastle river
and was sent from there to tne '
reform school. She was thirteen
year old. Mr, and Mrs. Grotten
thrallerhas moved toSouth Louis
yille where they wtll make their
future home. M ss Lyda VaokA
lias returned home after a pleasaut
visit with relatives in Cincinnati
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hamilton
of Tiner, Jackson county, are
with Mr. W. N Riggs- Mr.
Riggs had the misfortune of loos
ing Tiis wife some few months
Ago and at her death he was left
with three small children. His
father and mother will stay with
him this summer. Died, April
29, 1012. Mrs. Bertie S nith. wife
of David Smith. She was born in
the year 1SS2 aud was thirty year
old at her death. She leaves a
husband and a little girl two years
old to siKurn her death. She died
of that 4 ead disease consump
tion. Tne Jjerjsaved family his
the sympathy of the entire com
munity, Charles Blanford of La
Polett, Tenu,, fs visiting his uncle,
C A. Blanford, of fchig plate. J.
B. Donley has returned from Lax
tnirfcm and reports a nice trip to
lUe blue grass cifcy. H. W. Bow.
inan was in Mt, Vernon, Monday,
on business. Mr. App Taylor,
supervisor, was in Oorbin, Sun
day. It has been said that
nitionfio will Tna vaumriiaA T'lio '
LJiMIM..l (1 Itl J AirHlUVUi O. M.XXJ
cltizens oE tuis jitte towu iiave
been patient and all we want is
our rights and if we get this we
are satisfied, but when we see a
treat then we ask for our portion
of the pie now that the county
will build another bridge across
Round Stone, which will make
three in the county across this
stream, and when we cons'der
that 'the dividing line between
this and Laurel counts is a river,
and thei'e is at least four month ;
out of the year that it caunot be
and we believe if we get our
rights we will get one. Died,
April 17. 1912, T. J. Elellard. He
was sixty seven years old, has
been a member of the Baptist
church forty years, was the father
of eleven children, nine living and
two dead; four bojs and five
girls, S. E. Hellard. Livingston.
Mr. C. M. Wise. Dango, Jack
son comity, Louise. Dango, R. G.
Hellard, Dango, Mrs. David Hel
lard, Wyott, Mo., Mrs. Thomas
Elliott, -Livingston, Mrs. T. M.
Deese, Livingston. Mrs. Eli Sum
mers, Middle Fork, and B?adey
Hellard, Middlefork. His re
mains were laid to rest in the fam
ily burying ground in Jackson
county to await the resurrection
morn. The bereaved frjends of
the deceased has the g$'ropathy of
the community. Mr. Willie
Quinn jyho has been visiting rela
tives for the past two months has
returned to Tampa, Fla. Mrs.
Maggie E. Martin is able to be
out again.-Rev. S. H. Masters,
of CorbhV will preach at the
Christian church, Saturday and
Sunday, the 27th and 28th of this
month. Everyone cordially in
vited. He is he son of the Rev.
Warm weather is here alxlast and you
must have Warm Weather Clothes You
will see our suits worn by all careful buyers.
Our Clothing business-has grown wonder
f ully, due- to the fact that we sell better clothes
for less money than you could get elsewhere.
Every Suit that comes out of our house is the
work of ART created by ARTISTS in the
profession of Clothes-making, made of pure
wool f abrics, made in the very latest styles, the
styles which have just come out in the fashion
centers of America This is where our clothes
arc-entirely different from the ordinarv Ready-to-WearGarments
SATISFACTION or money back goes with
each Suit Trices:
$10 $12:50 '-$15 $;17,50 and $20,
- GUN METAL.
"$3 50 and $4
SEND US -YOUR, .MAIL. ORDERS
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Masters that was pastor of this
church several years ao. Cam
Mullins, of Mt. Vernon, was in
niiT tri'vn Sn nrl ji.u Rill P.ntn mir.a
VM w l 1 u b i vM -.. rf u UJ w iwu
Was n Mt
. Vernon, Friday. I
y was here between
.. t t-.. 1
trains Sunday. 0
J. Rice was
in Cincinnati, a
few days the
A. C. Howell is
past week. M rs.
very sick at this writing. There
was services at the Presbyterian
church, Saturday evening and
Sunday, conducted by I ev. Geo. -
Watson, of Mt. Vernon. ""The
writer remarked to Sheriff Nicely,
Sunday, that Livingston was a
quiet little town now. Nicely 's
answer was, if they send a few
more Irom here to the re'orm
school it would still be quieter,
We have this to tay in answer,
, We believe in enforcing the law
and violators of the law should be
punished. We know that we have
furnjbijed our part for the reform
school and we wish to compli-
ment the court for doing their
full duty. Of course it looks hard
to send them there but a thousand
timts better h it than for them to
bring further disgrace on all con-
ceined or land in a prison cell
i. nes Allen, a merchant ot ,Bi
ill was killed Saturday by Es
mer Isaacs. Williim Yadon, the
nishfc clerk at the restaurant,
was at Brodhead, Sunday, to s.ee
hia best girl --- Miss Ella Mae
Blanford is visiting relatives at
Parksville this .veek. Mr. and
Mrs. William Odel has returned
o Livingston and will make it
their future home. Hiram Mor
gan, of Jackbon county, h&s
"moved into our town. Miss Alice
Ward left for Berea to enter
school. Born to the wife of Jess
French on the 22nd, a fine boy.
Mother and bby dojng well.
Mrs, M Quinn, of Paris.-Ry.,
has returned hpme after spending
a few days with -her parents, Mr.
and" Mrs. J. B. Bays. Mr.-and
Mrs. Alvin .Reynolds were called to
Wildie, Monday, on account of the
death of ttieir nephew, Albert
Reynolds. Dr. R. G. Webb has
put in a complete and up-to-date
LOOK . v
WHEN YOU WANT
surgical operating outtit and is
prepared to do all surgical work,
He said he was out of the goods
Villeinage frir ull timp t.O MITlft and
vw...iwkj -fcA . w --
Doc, there are others that are glad
they are out of that business, too.
jWe are glad the dfoctor has
cided thus: He will in a few days,
install an X-ray and tlen he will j
have the most up to-date office in
southeastern Kentucky. George
OwQns, the monument: man was
iere Sunday. The pay car passed
through here Sunday causiug the
railroad boys to wear smiles.
MjsGtQrgia Amyx wasal home
from Mf. Nernon, Sunday. J. P.
E. Drummonds was ju Mt Ver
non, Monday, on business Wah
len Summers is able to come to
tow,n again after surviving a se
ver cnse nf Aimi.ll nnv. Miss
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tfiora if enmngton lias been quite
sick for a few days but is better
at present. Mr. David Jackson
Grand Master qf h$ A:asonip
Lodges of Kentucky, was hsre
THE DANGER AFTER GRIP.
lies oft. n in a rue down system.
Weakness, nervousness, lacK of
appetite energy ai d ambition,
with disordered liver and k:U leys
often follpvs an attack ol Jhis
wreched diseai. .The greatest
need then is Electric Bitters, the
glorious tonic, blood purifiei and
regulator of stomain, liver and
kidneys. Tbou:-auds have proved
that they wonderfully Mrengthen
the nerves, build up the tyhtem
and restore fhe health and good
spirits after an attack of Grip.
.It buffering, tiy them. Only 50
cent:-. Sold and perfect - satisfact
ion guaranteed' by Chas.- C.
Frm for Sai.r: Containing
2po acres yith a five 'oom house.
About halfot iarm in cultivation
J tip hnlnnrp in timlwr 'TJJo linn
I lays well and is we'l wwerei! will?
I branches and Well". A 'good stock
adjoining the town of Brod
head. Will sell worth the monev.
Terms to suit purchaser,
Mrs. Likpa Benton
50c to $500
Get Eiffel Silk Hose
25c to $1 00
ALL COLORS FOR MISSES
ComfaR and Stvle
ALWAYS IN CI7TTDr
was going to'devote his full time The sudden death of this most
to his chosen pro:i ssion Well estimable lady at Texarkana was
r. ii i i...i l.. j.t ..... .t i.n
t M 'jfam fi
f 'tin wC 3r"ii3 AJtte7r J zvf . m
The late lamented Mrs.
the crudest blow that
upon her relatives and acquaint-
de-lance at Crab Orchard and Pulaski
countv where she was born and
raised at what she always called She never ceased to correspond with
"gkrious'old Dallas". ijier old friend and school mate Liz-
Her school mates and acquaint- zie T. Owens, now widow Hays, of
aoces were the Owens, McAhsters, Somerset, a correspondence that
Evans and Barnetts, and those lived and grew and flourished for
sturdy old Virginians, the grandest half a century. She traveled
nd noblest strain of blood that through many states but never
ever came from the grand ''Old j ceased to revere Kentucky, reer
Daminion" to her teh daughter, ence Old Virginia and even taught
Kentucky. On her maternal side, her grand children that the Good
a Stigall the most numerous aud j Man lived in the South and the Old
wealthy people in.Pulaski, Lincoln,
Boyle and Rockcastle counties.
Her father. Major John Bobbitt,
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the best intorrned man tnuo ever
adorned the early histoty of Pulaski
tHe associatp-of the Hon. Sherrod
Williams, Attorney General, A. J.
Jqnjes, Major Milford KHQtt, f.nd
others scarcely less famous iu the
county annals, Born with the
most tenacious memory that
woman was ever blessed with, and
with such instiuctress as Margaret
Lewis the talented and accomplish
ed sister of Hon. J. M. Barnett.
She was the most accurate and
accomplished historian .this state
has ever produced; knew Towues
Analysis of the English language
almost by note, an almost perfect
grammarian, could converse in the
beautiful, delegate poetical language
of powers, whose delicate perfumed
breath, she could make com
municate ever tho.ight; Knew
everv important date and discovery.
The Seven Wonders of the world
in the order in which they occur in
history, never diearuiPg that she
was the eighth. She read history
with -its two eyes, Geography told
where events happened and Chronology-told
-when they happened.
Her memory never suffered a dis
location, and would have to think
for a moment or reflect for a
sedond as men often have to do, to
evoke a fact or date from the debris
of mountainous accumulation. One
might call off a long catalogue of
dfites and discoveries and they were
answered with the accuracy of her
husband s mercantile accounts that
did not disclose a mistake in addi
tion in eight years duration during
a voluminous business life iu CrabJ
orchard, during which one man's
account 'oared to the height of&io,
ooo. AU chaste beauties of ro
mance and TJoetry. adorned as a
silken tapestry the luminous win
dows of a most remarkable mind.
Anything once committed was
caged there forever. When she
caught a bird of thought and clip
ped its wings it was her captive for
ever. In her the human mind was
shown to be the most remarkable
fiamework of Almighty God. Her
two favorite words were "wild
weiid." Her untimely demise was
a great loss, irreparable in its na.
ture. Some of her younger rela
tives were engaged in trying to
a quire a portion of the inexbausta
ble reservoir of t'at she bad been
half century in storeiug away for
winter oLage.- V?
Oh, how freely would, I fiive
Rockefeller's $600,000,000 to re-1
store to the walks of lifethat darling
sister. Oh, what a hpck! She and
daughter and granddaughter to be
here Sundays ot Monday, and on
Friday the. telegram handed to me
which lead : "Texarkana, Texas.
Your sister died here this morning
at 6 o'clock." Oh ! what a jpheck
I went like one. thathad,,been stun
ued and was of sense forlorn. Those
.awful words will never cease to
ring funeral dirges through m
.brain. "Your sister dead,'' that
vast accumulation of facts, history,
poetry reminiscences- all goue.
Blown out by the envious breath of
death. My only consolation a
slia'nge" one that my own heart is
beating muffled funeral marches to
For when true hearts He withered,
And' fond ones have flown.
Oh, who wouldinhablt this bleak worldl
for,tlie touch ot a-vanishad hand
And avoice that is still,"
Her lavorite flower was the racd
'est little violeCihat shrank., from the
.gaze of man. -Her Jocal-palrtotism
was so intense that absent too long
from Crab Orchard she almost died
with-snoctalgia, and nearly every
letter breathed the sentence. "Oh!
do. my friends now and then send a
wish or a thought after me.'' Her
kindness to tht poor and humble of
both colors was we!
old nurse, Nancy,
. . .
ell known. Her
till alive at Cr. b
Orchard, and always had something
rubstantial to take back with her
besides being cheered by the remi
niscences of "Glorious old Dallas."
Ba-i Man lived in the north. Her j
dailing son, W. J. Sigler, had re
cently built an. elegant cottage for
bis idolized mania in Crab Orchard.
But. alas! the worshipping mother
never saw the beautiful casket that
her -darling boy had rPre(l Mo
llis preo'ous jewel, his mother. Oh!
the irony of fate was to be home
Sunday or Monday and went to her
etermal home Friday. This awfu
bereavement has christianized th
whole family who are praying ano
striving to meet in -the Land that i
Fairer than Day, the gentlest, uobl
est spirit that ever shone in a hu
man casket. Oh! may we all per
severe till our efforts and we are all
crowned with glory is the praer of
a heart-broken brother,
Fqnvaine P. Bobbitt.
ALMOST A MIRACLE.
One of the most startling changes
ever seen iu any mau, accoiding
to W. B. Holsclaw, Clarendon,
Tex:., was effected jears ago 11
his brother. "Ke had such a
dreadful congh," he writes, "that
all our family thought he was going
into consumption, but he began U
use Dr. King s new discovery, aur
was completely cured by ten bottle
Now he is sound and well and
weighs 218 pounds: "For many
years our family has used tbu
wonderful remedy for Coughs and
Colds with excellent results."
It's quick, safe, reliable and guar
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Mr. Jones Alleu, of Robinett,
was cut with a tif teen-cent Rus
sel knife last Friday at about th e
o'clock a.m and died about 4
o'clock p.m. same day. He leaves
a wife aud three children, a father,
niotaer and four brothers and a.
uost of friends to mourn his los.
S. L Isaacs did th; cutting. Mr.
Albert Reynolds, a well-knowu
oung man of the Wildie section
died at the home of his father
Monday morning at three o'clock
a m after a long illnes of- that
dreadfnl disease, consumption.
He leaves a wife, two chileren, a
father and mother, a little brother
and a host of friends to mourn
his death. He was laid to rest in
the Mswett burying ground, Tin-
lay. Sam Allen, of this place, n-
niains very low. Horn to" tl e
wife cf Julius Itobins, lut Satur
day, a bOy. Rev. M. G. Fish
preached a good sermon at Core
school house Sunday last. Hallie
May Singleton, Dora E. Ball and
Sthel Head attended Sunday
school at Maple Grove, Sunday.
H Li Smith is still improving
the infant of Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
loore continues in a very bad
condition. Flem Parrett bought
the .home place of Richard Proc
tor for 300. Some moving will
take place in a short time El
oert Robinson, of Middlesboro, is
v-isiting his lather, Mr. F. P. Rob
son.of Johnetta Ed Hurnettantl
little brother, Jthn, are visiting
their sister in Carthage, Ohio, this
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