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Published Every
Friday
Established
1887
VOLUME XXV.
MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 3. 1911
NUMBER 31
LIVINGSTON.
On account of the wet weather
farmers are badly behind with
their work, ver Utile corn bas
been planted yet. Madison
Mink Jr. has moved his family
to Ford Hollow at the foot of the
Clondyke mountains. W. A. B.
Davis our instructor of years ago
was in this part looking as well
as he did 2o years ago. He is
one of Rockcastles best teachers.
George Murphy was in Mt.
is improving slowly. Born to
the wife of 0. A. Mullins, April
27th, a girl. Mother aud babe
both doing weJl Master Earl
Rice who is attending school at
Williamsburg was with home
folks Sunday. Mr. and Mrs
Fred Neighbors has returned
from Louisville after a visit to
relatives at that place. C. O.
Howell was iu Brodhead Sunday
with homefolks. Miss Ella Mae
Blanford has returned from
Louisville after a pleasant visit
with relatives. C. H. Rice is
tn hm In a riwp me
Vernon Monday.
- - i t j - . frftY"OTMrcr
W. M. hicks, tne canamaie ior -!""& -.. u.......s
matrimony, has purchased a new house on Main street where his
type writer and any girl or old other one was burned. Mrs G.
maid that wishes to correspond D. Cook has returned from Mt.
with him will receive type veraoii wnerebue uus reeii wiui
Mart believes ner niother, Mrs. Gerome Lair
who has been very feeble for
some time. Miss Alice Niceley
written answers-
with the use of the type writer
he will have better success in
will build a nawonein the future.
"We think we need and should
Ins matrimonial campaign as he who has been in Tecuroseh Mich,
was not an expert in penmauship. for e time was here between
Mr. and Mrs. James Painter, trains Friday enroute to her
of Lebanon Jet., were here Tues- home in Mt. Vernon. Judge
clay visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. E .Denton, of Winchester, Ky , was
Rice. Mr. Painter was once here Saturday. Robert SbJplet
(cor) or ink slinger from Brod- ,of Line Creek, has purchased the
head to tie Signal. R. A. 1 butcher shop of Thos. Eliott and
Sparks, of the firm of Sparks and has moved his family here.
Co.. was here Monday loading a' John Prewit, of Hazel Patch was
steam shovel and other ma- "ere Tuesday,
chinery to be used on the con-' Mrs. J. H. Browning has re
tract that they have with the L. turned from a visit with rela
& N. R. R. Co. Mahlen Sum-'tiveaat Covington. The Town
mers is able to be at his post Board Inspected the Calaboose
nin at the round house after a . Wednesday and condemned it and
o J
months struggle with small pox.
Mrs.E. Gei2el, of Crab Orchard .
has been visiting her parents5 have one here then we could
Mr. and Mrs W. R Dickerson, ' keep the law breakers over night
at this place she left Tuesday ' and give them exercise during
to visit relatives at Paris, Ky. l the day by working them on the
L.S.Gardner, moved barber shop street. This would stop taking
into the Masonic building. the offenders to Mt Vernon and
There was preaching here Sat- the town would profit thereby,
urday and Sunday at the Baptist We have not beard much said
church conducted by the Rev. . concerning the uew rail road of
Duke, of Mt Vernon. C. J. late but we are still in hopes
p;0 nnri nartv of fishers frcm that it will be built with a rail
the blue grass section of the
SlilUC iciiuuuuaj n"ft s
,; nr t.Vi ft rvrr. at Pine
Mr. and Mrs George Martin be the center of attraction. Able
have returned from a two weeks Pennington completing h i s
visit to friends and relatives at dwelling has added a concrete
Rowland Uncle George Pope walk. Mr, and Mrs. S. E. Carter
-Ufa
COL. WOODSON MAY. ,
The above is a good likeness mean time we heartily jndorse
of Col. Woodson May, of Somer- Col. May for Committeeman, and
set, Democratic State Central will gladly give him anyassist-
Committeeman from the Eleventh ance we can.
Congressional District, and an
aspirant to succeed himself. faithfulness and ability
Col. Ma v has made a- faithful. Colonel, one of his offici
road
being
and a large
to
Livingston
built
plant to -be erected
Hill Rockcastle would
and efficient official of his party
and so acceptable has his work
been that "there is almost a
unanimous call for him to con
tinue the task so well begun.
By his untiring work and
hearty cooperation of .his party,
the District is in better fighting
trim than ever known to be as
shown bv recent elections, and
this fall will go into- the presi- District and
dential fight, with the determi
nation to give the enemy the
hardest battle ever fought on
Kentucky soil And while we
are a new star in the constellation
of the eleventh, we are here with
our fighting clothes on to meet
the common enemv, aud, in the
)
Gov. McCreary recognizing the
of the
U acts,
after he became Governor, was
to appoint him on his personal
staff.
We have been personally ac
quainted with the Colonel for
several jears and find him to
be a Kentucky gentleman of the
old school and a simon pure
Democrat. And he having been
born and raised in the Eighth
the Blue Grass
part thereof, and since spending
a number of the best years of
his life in the Mountain portion,
he is conversant with the politics
of the State generally, and has
made and will make an ideal
Committeeman
$1,100.00 Attraction for the
Brodhead Fair
April 24th. 1912."
A. M. Hiatt. Secretary
Eocastle County Fail' A ssociation5
Brodhead, Ky.
My dear sir :
I am glad to knovr that our contract has proven
satisfactory, and take pleasure in notifying you that, Mr. 0. N.
Lockwood, Aviator, driving the Ck Dixie Flyer;" a Prowse Bi-plane,
will be with you August 14, 15 an.1 10, 1912, giving two exhibitions
daily at your fair, and under your supervision. The flights to take
place in the afternoon of each day, at such hours as you may suggest.
.Each flight will consist of the usual evolutions of a heavier-than-air
flying machine, lie will be in the air several minutes each flight.
In case of business engagement or other reasons keeping me
away from your fair, my representative will be present aud see that
everything will be as represented.
Ti listing I may have the pleasure of meeting you in persou.
and wishing you and your associates, who have made it possible for
your people to see " the latest invention of man " in the air, a merited
success
I be to
remain.
Very truly yours,
L. V. Prowse.
and children left today ,to.r visit week. It is feared he is-taking.
relatives at Boston,. Misspiep typhoid lever. A. J. Sams, of
Pennington has returned to Gauley" was here Vednesday en
school at M t. Vernon after t, few route to Mt. Vernon. Mrs.
days visit with home folks. W. Maiy Payne, of Altamont, is vis
it. Ponder is on the sick list this iting her sister, Mrs. Susie Mull-
ins.Mrs. Susie Mullins is
beautifying her property by
o-it'ificr it- n cnnl, of nn.int. Mrs.
E. T . Anderson and children are j
visiting relatives at Norton Va.
Mrs-Maggie Martin will move
b3ck to her home place and Harry
Gehring will move in to the
house vacated by Mrs. Martin.
were about seventy in attendance IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
from Mt. Vernon. We wish to THE UNITED STATES,
thank the Mt. Vernon people for For the Eastern Disttict of
A WORD TO YOUNG MEN
We Sell
Same
Values
For
Less
Money
Hats
Shirts .
Collars
Ties
Belts
Hosiery
Shoes
BllOUHEAD.
I
You are doing more than any other class of clothes-wearer to develop ,
smartness of style; most men, whatever their age want to feel young;
and young fellows who BUY FROM US, are showing them how
to look young You see by our illustration we have clothes for young -men;
when you start out this spring you will find we have the right
things for you in clothes, and they are right in more ways than the way
they look You will be correctly fitted, you will get good generous
valnes for the money you spend, and it l be value that is a continuous benefit to you. We
sell for a small profit. Hundreds have been driven to us for their clothes dn account ot the.
" Old-Time ". high prices charged by other .stores. Remember we f -
Guarantee Satisfaction
SUTTON & MCBEE
MEN'S AND BOY'S HIGH-CLASS FURNlSHUNLrS
The thirteen-months-old child
of Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Jacobs died
of pneumonia last Thursday and
was buried In the Christian
Church Cemetery, Friday.
George Yadon was in Livingston
Eriday between trains.- Mr. W.
H. Prdfitt died at his home uear
here Friday of pneumonia.
Frank Brooks was in town Satur
day and Sunday from Harlan.
Miss Myrtle Murry, of Crab Or
chard was with relatives here last
week. Job Riddle was in town
Friday and Saturday, the guest
cf the family of J. M. Owens.
Miss Mattie Adams was in Mt.
Vernon between trains Friday.--r
Miss Clarice Houk, of Maretburg,
was the guest of Mattie Adams
last week. Mrs. Linda Benton
and son, John, formerly of this
place, but now of Millersbnrg,
were in town for a few days this
week. Tolm Pike, 'of Lebanon
Junction, was with home folks this
week. J. IS!. Marlowwas up from
Rowland, Sunday. A series of
meetings will begin at the Christ
ian Church, Tuesday, May 21st,
conducted by Rev. Combs, of
Morehead, and assisted by the
pastor, W. F. Rogers, of Louis
vjlleDave and Walter Roberts,
of May wood, were in town Satur
day and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.
Julian Bordes, of the Copper-
Creek section were with Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Owens, Sunday. Jones'
Fish, Jr., of near Mt. Vernon was
in town Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. D. Homes, of iiear Stanford,
was the guest of Mrs. T- W. Tate,
the first of the week. Miss Eliza
beth Gentry, of Mt. Vernon, was
visiting in town last week. E. S.
Albright, the Signal man, was in
town Monday and Tuesday, look
ing after fire insurance, Shirley
Tale, of Mt. Vernon, was in town
Sunday and Monday. J. M. Sul
livan, of Williamsburg, was with
our merchants Tuesday. The
! commencement exercises last
Thursday and Friday evenings
were well attended and highly ap-
lTrMn.ted. From the way the
pupils acquit themselves it plainly
showed the splendid training they
had received from, Prof. Likins
and the-other .teachers There
the excellent number that is al
ways ready to attend every spec
iaLoccasion .in our littUvcity,
Short memorial services were
held attheChristirn church, Sun
day evening, after regular ser
vices, by the pastor in memory of
those who lost their lives by the
sinking of the Titanic. A num
ber of young ladies read appropri
ate selections. The concrete
walks are being put down, and in
a few days- Brodhead will have
the walks all over the principal
part of town. Judge A. J. Hag
gard has the honor of being th
first to comply with theordinance.
a bankrupt."
ESCAPES AN AWFUL FATE.
A thousand tongues "could not
express the gratitude of Mrs. J. E.
"Cox of" Joliet, 111 , for her wonder
ful deliverance from an awful
fait. "Typhoid pueumonia had
left me with a dreadful cough, she
writes. "Sometimes I had such
awful coughing spells I thought I
would die. I could get no help
Kentucky.
In the matter ")
- of - U a
J. H. Dicker? on. )
Stanford. Ky.
April, 26 1912.
A meeting of the creditors of the
above named, who has been ad
judged Bankrupt, will be held at
the office of the Referee, Stanford,
Ky., on the 6th. day of May 1912
at 9 o'clock a. m. to elect a Trustee
for the estate of said Bankrupt,
and for the transaction of other
business as may come before the
meeting. Comply with Sec. 57 of
the Bankrupt act concerning proof
of claims, otherwise your claim
can not be allowed.
J. N. Saunders
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Is there auything in all this
world that is of more importance
to you thon good digestion? Food
must be eaten to sustain life ard
must be digested and converted
into blood. When the digestio'i
fails the whole body suffers.
Chamberlain's Tablets are a ration
al and reliable cure for indigestion
from doctor's treatment or other j They increase the flow of bile.
medicines till I used Dr. King's
New Discovery. But I owe my
life to this wonderful remedy ior I
scarcely cough at all uow " Quick
and safe, its the most reliable of
all throat and lung medicines.
Every botile guaranteed. 50c and
1.00. Trial bottle free at Chas.
C. Davis'.
purifv the blood, strengthen the
stomach, and tone np the whole
digestive apparatus to a natural
and healthy action. For bale by
Chas. C. Davis.
Children Dry
FOR FLETCHER'S
BARGAINS
IN
SHOES
- - $3.25
2.75
- - 3.25
- - 2.75
$1.50 to 2.25
1.25 to J. 50
Men's $4.50 Shoes -
" 3.50 " - -"
4.00 Oxfords
" 3.50 "
Ladies' Oxfords - -Misses'
Oxfords - -
A lot of Ladies' Fine Shoes at cost.
Call and see our line.
Our shoes are good and our
PRICES, RIGHT
NOE &. DAVIS
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