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chiefly from. u;c bmau -",?-- . hlond the L.oJ it needs. A pure
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glyceric extract WV ? under the name of Dr. Pierce's -Henry Anderson and Walter
Mt. Vernon,
Grade Preston
Homer Wallin was in town
J. T. Cherry of Crab
Orchard, was in town Thursday.
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which doe:
't.nf shrink Uv white blood corpuscles, because containing no alcohol or 0f J3erea js visiting relatives 'here
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Nature's g?tden tliat builds up those weakened by disease. Vernon, was here, with his Sl-tel'
NScdleSeySrtofohor ! Mrs, Frances Hordes, last week.
Up Fred R Hutm. of Paradise. N. S, write: "I fake creat A. M. Hiatt WUS in LoUlSVllle ,
&t&fi& last weekMrs. U D. Rowle t
fnu i ?, ?!?? " S2? SfwdH of hhelb vville. is with her uirents
c- h ; rlvwl to try Dr. pierce 3 uolaen ilcuic 1 . , j w -n .
Su 1 -" V . . .v 1 . t ua i 1 Mv nnH Mrj T TV P-irfor Mice
New York Herald: Col Roose
velt says he is going to give the
bosses a good beating. It has
taken hitn twenty-five years to
decide that they needed it.
Rochester Union and Adviser:
It is eas to see from 'the extra
ordinary manner in which the
latter (Roosevelt) is
bis campaign that he
Rev. A J. Pike of Brodread,
filled his regular appointment, at
Poplar Grove, hst Sunday. Mr.
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iw'A tOOl
perfect Lcallh.
nctaro i had used ere Mr and Mis. J. F. Carter.
1 returned ta i Mamie Wells who has been work
1 cannot find words to express ray thankfulness for
iZLJArri rVino. 1 sJvise all suuerer- to wnia tu -
x'ici-cc, as ha cures .-Lcn others I ail."
ing, at the Tobacco Factory here-
a:
esterday Tcday
To-morrow
YESTERDAY is but a dream, TO-MORROW ouly a vision,
hut TO-DAY well lived makes every yeaterdav a dream of hap
piness and every to-morrow a vision uf hop-;. Therefore today,
not yesterday nor to-morrow, to-day bring-your account to
THE BATK OF'MT. VERNON
Then our hope i that all your moneys will bring you happi
ness, and proprity. and all your renollectious of ycbtenlay will
bring'you srivat sat'isfaclicn and all your dealings and relations
with th's Bank will bring you jrreat prosperity.
THE BANK OF MT- VERWOPJ
K1T.VERNON. KENTUCKY
C. C. V:iJ,TMS. President. V. h. RICHARDS, Cashier.
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PUMP GUN
Solid-breech, Hammerless, Saff4
For ease of action the
PemiflPtonrUMC Pump Gun.
Its short leverage enables shooter to"double"at trap
or blind without "kinking or cramping .
Not a second lost when seconds count
Five shots at the shooter's command.
The only bottom-ejecting pump gun.
Solid Breech, Hammerless, Safe !
PemflgtorjrUMC the perfect shoot
ing combination.
Send for Descriptive Folder
REMINGTON ARMS-UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO.
299 Brotdway, New York City
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TAKES
Our line of Couch JCaskets
is unexcelled
Hand-made Coffins furnished mi
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All orders by Wire Promptly Filled
jIT. VERNON, KY
Phone 94-S
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spent a few days, with homefolks
at Junction City, last week--
CO. Howell was with homefolks,
E3 Sunday Mr. and Mrs. G. F.
Sutton of Mt. Vernon, were with
her para tits, Mr. and Mrs J. M
Owens, last week Wallace Hag
gard spent Sunday, with his sis
the Mrs. A. V Smith, near Hiatt.
I W. C. Turpin spent Sunday
'with homefolks. Delora Boyd of
the Hiatt section, has been real
sick, but is some better now.
Mrs. Robert Kelly of Danville,
and her mother, Mrs. Bob Rob
erts of Maywood, are visiting
relatives and friends, here this
week. Will Stevens, Water Rob
erts, and Dave Roberts of May
wood, weie in town again Sunday
(here must be some attraction
here for the Maywood boys.
John Robins was in Mt. Vernon,
Tuesday.- Rev. T. 0. Duke tilled
his regular appointnit-nt at the
Baptist church Saturday and
Sunday. Rev. E. M. Armitage
was in Pittsburg, lust week.
E. R. Gentry was in town last
Saturday. Mrs. Henry Talor
of Shelby ville, is with her parents
Mr. and Mrs, J. F. Carter, this
week. Joe Carter has returned
home, after spending several
weeks, at Shelby ville and other
points. Lena Albright is the
honored guest of her cousin Mrs.
Maurice Perkins, of Crab OrCi.
rrd, this week. A Mrs-. Nevels
and daughter of Corbin, attended
the funeral of her father John
Adams, near here Tuesday. A
large crowd from here attended
the commencement exercises at
Crab Orchard Monday night,
among those who attended were,
Mr. and Mrs. Hiatt, Prof, and
Mrs. Liking, Mrs. Larkin Hicks,
Mrs. W. F. Carter, Mrs. J. R
Cass, MirandiTate.Lela Albrigh,
Reca Brooks, Eva Albright, Anna
Cass, Margaret Tharp, Grace
McCall, Henry Anderson, Everett
Watson, E. L. Hopkins, Prank
Ward, Wallace Haggard, Urvin
Martin, C. A. and Evan Wheeldon.
Mr. Will Lynch of. Allen, was in
town Saturday Uncle Henry
Fish of Mt. Vernon, is the guest
of Allen Hiatt and A. M. Hiatt
this week. Uncle John Adams,
age about 80 years, died at his
hornelast Monday of heart trouble
He was the father of W. G
Adams of the Hiatt section.
Mrs. John Nevels of Corbin, and
Mrs. Patsy Brown of Stanford,
and an uncle of our merchant
J. M Adams. By a special
act J . H. Jarret and Samuel Black
were granted a pension of $24
and $3o. per month.
and Mrs. O. I. Mill ins visited rel
atives, at P ato, one day last week.'
Miss Mary Mae Lathim spent 1
from Frid.iy until Monday, with
homefolks The farmers of this
community, are getting along
conducting 'nicely w tl,eir Work. Master
would run Hauill G nir .-pes.t last week.
the g'eat American republic as wlth h;s hro:her pioyd here.
if it were a toy for the amusement Mrs. w. F. DeBord who has be
r u: ir ti u u
m iiiujscii. mere wuuiu uc contined to her room, tor two
nothing but Roosevelt. I mouths, is able to be out again.
And ( Miss Jalia Thompson was with her
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Burns -white, clear and
steady to the last drop. For
t. e sake of everyone tn the
family, insist on caving
Solite Lamp Oil
Smokeless Sootless Odor
less Costs no more than ln-
ierior tank-wagon Kinds.
saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer has It In barrels direct iron? our works
9 CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO., LQUISVJILE, KY.
iiigu-urado arotor Gasoline, "No-Carb" Auto OH.
Iteflnery at Warren, Fa.
Cleveland Plain Dealer:
Roosevelt is perfectly sincere in
his fanatical self adoration. Th it
is the worst of it. A man in
that mood will go far if he gets
the chance.
Houston Pos: Col. Roosevelt
sa s he is running for President
because he is a necessity. A
necessity, apparently, that knows
and respects no law.
St Louis Republic: Col.
Rooseelt has noisily proclaimed
himself the apostle of "the open
game" in p:litics. How does his'
sedulous concealment oi the totirce
of his enormous campaign tund
square with this prolession?
Kansas City Times: Not only
have the Roosevelt man no com
promise candidate in view, out
they do not need one.
St. Louis Republic: Taft says
Roosevelt is dangerous and
Roosevelt says that Taft is useless
Both are gentlemen ot rare dis
cernment. St Louis .Globe Democrat:
Candidates may otue, candidates
may go, but so far as the Socialist
icket is concerned Eugene V
Debs goes on forever.
Now is the tiniP o get rid of our
rheumatism You will fii d
Ciiamterlaid's Liniment wnndei
fully effective One application
will convince u of its merits.
Try it. For sale by Cbas. C
Davis.
HELPS A JUDGE IN BAD B'lX.
Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis
Mills Tenn., was plainly woiried
A bad sore on his leg had biffled
several doctors a d long tesisted
till remedies "I thought it was
a cancer," he wrote. ''At last 1
used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and
was completely cured " Cures
burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises
and piles. 25 cents at Chas. C.
Davis'.
Oh-ildren Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CAS TO Rl A
anna's Green Seal
"The Made-to-Wear Paint"
If you expect to do any painting, you are interested you should be in the
quality or the paint to be used.
In any given job of painting, labor represents practically two-thirds, material
one-third the cost.
It stands to reason that with so much expense in, labor, the enduring quality
of the paint is all important
Why have the painting done unless the protection and durability of the job
is sought?
How is one to determine the true value and obtain paint that maybe depended
upon for durability?
HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. Th paint hai
the printed formula on every package.
The makers have confidence and take pride in the quality and tea .the public
the composition of the paint.
IS THIS OF ANY VALUE TO YOU? - IT OUGHT TO BE.
Mt aiir rv
NOE& DAVIS
ROCKET PEAVENE
The fine combination stallion,
Rocket Peavine, will make the
season or lyiz at tun siatue or
Roy Bpaz'ey in Mt. Vernon, at
10. toinsurea livii gcolt. Money
due when c lt U r 1 d. mare
parted with or bred to another
horse Due cn-e taken to pre
vent accident but not responsible
should any occur.
Description and Pedigree.
Rocket Peavine is a beautiful bay,
full lb ban Is high with the very
best of fit and legs. Is a horse
of fine style and acton, both under
saddle and in harness. Has the
best disposition of any stalion I
ever saw. Can rack or trot a
three minute clip. Will be pre
paied for the fairs after the
season closes.
Sired by Tom Peavine, he by
Infact 2:05, by Electioneer 2:20,
the sire of 166 colts, with records
below 2:30.
Tom Peavine. first dam was by
Peavine and was the dam of the
great Rex Peavine. Rocket Pea
vine's dam was Mollie I2i7, by
Pat Denmark, he by Rattler, he
by Vernon Black Hawk.
Second Dam by Walker's Grey
Eagle.
Third Dam by Stonewall Jack
son
Fourth Dam by Copperbottom
J. S. LANGFORD,
Mt. Vernon, Ky.
SILVER DARE
SilverTJare is 6 years old, 16
hands, saddle and harness stallion.
Will maket the season of 1912 at
my stable, one-fourth mile of
Hiatt post office, at $10. to insure
a living colt Season money be
comes due whencoltJs foaldedor
mare sold or parted with or bred
to other stock. Pedigree: Silver
Dare is by Dignity Dare 1982, lie
by Chester Dare No. 10, he by
Black Squirrel 58, he by Black
Eagle 74, he by King William 67,
he by Washington Denmark 64.
he by GainesJDenmark 61. Dig
nity's first dam by Liziemont, by
Welchmont No. 6367, he by Wil
liam Welch 361. Silver Dare's
firsl dam js by fcilver King, he I y
Ontime, he by Stonewall Jacksoi,,
he by Washington Denmark 64.
TACK. I will also stand a good
young Jack, fulf 15 hands high
and good heavy bone. Is black
with white points. Will stand
Jack at $8"to insure" a living-colt.
All care will be taken to prevent
accideuts but will not be respon
sible should any occur. 'Same
rterms-with Jack as with horse.
R. L. SMITHS Hiatt, Ky.
Phone in residence, Brodhead Ex.
sister, Mis. C. T. Riddle, last
week. Dr. and Mrs G. B. Law
rence and Ora Brown, srent last
Tuesday, at Elgiu Ky. Miss
DeBord is in Mt. Vernon, ta'kiug
the examination. Mrs J. J.
Brown was very sick, most of the
week, with lagrippe. L!ttle Eliz
abeth Isaacs, Gads and Jo3ce
Price spent 'ast Situiday, with
their little friend, Jewell DeBord.
Mr. Dock Den.iy spent last
Mo.iday and Tuesday, with his
sister, Mrs Man C. Todd, who
was very sick. Mrs. Mary E.
DeBord was the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Wm. Hurst last Wednesday.
The singing at Poplar Grove
conducted by Rev. J.imes Cum
mins and Auorew Mc Williams, is
progressing nicely. W. J. Brown
purchased of Joe Brown a span of
young mules, for $175.00.
Willie Shutts spent last Sunday,
with Swannie Price. Mr. M. M.
Brown remains in a very critical
condition, and is not expected to
recover. Mr. and Mrs. Estil Price
and little son Clyde spnt Saturday
and Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Thompson. There will be
s;rvices, at Friendship next Sun
day, conducted by Rev. John
Sowar, of Bandy, Ky.
THE
DEMON D 3 OF
SWAMP.
THE
are mosquitos. As they sting thej
put ceadiy malaria germs in the
b'oou. Then follow the icy chills
and lh2 fires of fever. The ap
petite flies and the strength tails;
also malaria ofteu paves the way
lor de idly typhoid. But Electric
Bitters kill and cast out the
malaria germs from the blood;
give y u a fire appetite and renew
vour s rength "After lung suf
fering." wrote Wm. Fretwell, of
Lucaraa, N. C, "three bottles
diove all the malaria from mv
system, and I've had good health
eve since." Best for all stomach
liver and kidney ills. 50 cts. at
Chas. C. Davis'.
Cr-..Jdrn Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
C ASTO Rl A
W. T. FRANCIS,
Dentist
4'TirrrT Mt Vernon. Ky.
Home and office in the late residence
Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old
MainStu.S'Mt. Vernon.
bEisr s u a v -&jcv
C. C. Williams,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
MT. VERNON. KY.
jOFEICE. - On 2nd. floor o
The Bank ot'Mt. Vernon, on Church
street. Special attention given
to collections.
Phone No. 80.
. CMoCLARY
UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER
Stanford. Ky
Mount Vernon Monumental
'WORKS
Manufacturer f an(
'VlDEALER n Marbles and
Granite Monuments of all
kinds. Estimates furnished
on application.
GrEO. OWENS Propr
Phone 112
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind You Have Alway3 Bought, and which lias heen
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has heen made under his pcr-
irVy s sona supervision since its infancy.
Jj CCtCCHMZ Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are hut
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neithei Opium, Morphino nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
and allays Fcverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
(duzfyY AuZcA&U
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use Fop Over 30 Years
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. 77 MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY.
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.-ft.. VERNON CpKET CD.
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UNDERTAKERS
FUNERAL DIRECTORS,
AND 3
E3IBAL3IK11S
Mt. Vernon, Ky, s
B COUCH METAL! CCASKETS
H Coffins and Robes.
5 Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of s
E work for the company. rrs
ST Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points ;2
j GEORGE OWENS, Managers
S Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHOKE 112 5
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My Doctor Said
"Try Cardui," writes Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C
" I was in a very low state of health, and was not able to
be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon
began to feel better. I got able to be up and help do my
housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I
am able to do my housework and to care for my children,
and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough
for the benefits I have received."
QTAKE -rha
iRDU 1 WomarfsTonic
Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for
women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution.
Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains
the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years,
in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to
health and happiness.
If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous,
cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not
try Cardui ? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts
in every way" as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test
it for yourself. Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask him.
for Special Instructions, and 64-page book. " Home treatment for Women' sent free. J S
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CHAS. C. DAVIS
3iec8&x3QtPcap 33pyy3c'
There are lots of Drug
Stores in this land of ours
that .sell Drugs, but the
t)rug Store for the people
is the one that gives the
purest drugs obtainable.
. Try us and let us prove
ourselves the one, Yours,
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Chas C Davis, Druggist
Phone No. 39 MT. VTRNON, KY.
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