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VOLUME XXVI.
MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY , OCTOBER 4. 1912
NUMBER 1
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Mrs. W, H. Malm -y h:is
turned irom a visit i ivi it'
at Bert a. Kv. Tin..- that
tended the Pike reuni-nat lit- i-
head irom thi place .a;ru . ;.
and Mrs. Jess Pike, Mr .iiia.Mit
Mat Pike, Mr. niidv Mrs. Jake
Pike, Mr. ami Mrs. J. M. Koure
and Mrs 6ue Mullins. Wade
Graves, the telephone man has
run a line lo h M. Ponders ai the
(Jsiuley post office S. L. Has tin,
oi East liernstadt. who is l mining
a line from Berea to London, has
it almost completed Caleb Poiv
n ets suuke hee the 25th to a full
N house of Democrats. Bull Moose
j Republicans, and old fai-hioned
p" Republicans We do not think
I, hi-, sneaking will prolit him any
!,tliinr and we hope to set' him in
Tiiwfii)i l-iiii ri In urn ill flrff!l.t;
I'""-""-- o"
J '1 he new .oal bins here are a suro
tinner. The surveyors have sur-
a ve ed them and work will start
3 1 this week They are to be of
i concrete Mr. and Mrs Walter
Wade left last Thursday for
Sbahon, Ky., where thev will
make their future home. The
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All "Wool Clothes
TASTE and good judgment are both served when you buy
Clothcraf t Clothes The fabrics cover an attractively wide
range. Their style is pleasing and distinctive Their fit is accur
ate and satisfying Combined with all this they give an unusual
degree of wear and service' , . ,, ,. .
For til's the fact tlmt they are all-wool is the price, and we can .safely recommend
largely responsible. But there is also the them to vou with our personal guarantee.
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Pc ,. ; . . .f? t b l i guarantees in the pocket or every Cloth-
oualitv. winch with ordinary care and press- c. n ,tt T) . rn ,, , ni f ,,
iju.mil), ii j i craft Coat. Buying Clothcraft Clothes is
ine. keens them looking fresh and dressy . , ...
Mife,ivu3uom 0 j a Q uu aane p,.0pOS,tion for 3ou.
to the end. Think il over and come in and see what
Remarkable values are Clothcraf t Clothes we, have for you in these clothes at $15,
at $10 to $25. We've never seen better at $18, and 820. ?
The Biggest $1 8,50 Suit Vafue you ever saw
41.30, The Clothcraft Blue Rerge Special
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The Clothcraft Store
THE CITIZENS BANK
BRODHEAD. KENTUCKY
7THE FOLLOWING IS AN EACT STATEMENT, IN CONDENSED FORM, OF
THE CITIZENS BANKi BRODHEAD, KY.
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS MONDAY. SEPT. 30i 1912
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts $40,566.61
Banking House,
Furniture & Fixtures 5.525.00
liabilities'
Capital Stock $15,000.00
Overdrafts Secured
Expenses
696.21
1.101.57
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Due from Banks $6,580.07
Cash on hand .2,412.65,8,992.72
Total $56,882.11
Surplus Fund
Undivided Profits
,Due to Banks
Individual Deposita
1,000.00,
1875.77"
Nothing
-39,006,34
$56,882.11
l. A. M. HIATT, Cashier or the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
ABOVE STATEMENT 13 TRUE TO THE BEST Or MY KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF.
v A. M. HIATT, CASHIER. (SEAL)
; .SUBSCRIBED AND SWDBN'TO BEFORE ME THIS SEPTEMBER 30. 1912.
' -V -." ( JOHN ROBINS,
NOTARY PUBLIC, ROCKCASTL-E CO., ICY.
The above statement of the condition of the Citizens Bank. Brodhead. Ky.under
date of September 30, shows the splendid condition, of the bank, at the time the statement
was mudo ,
Cashier A- M. Hiatt informs us that there h s been' added to his already good list of
depositors, two hundred new accounts .since July 1st, and that business in general is almost
double any previous record mde by the bank.
With the officers now in charge of this institution being some of the best and oldest
business men of the count-, accounts for the splendid success which is being achieved.'
A great future is p edicted for the institution so' long as the present management
continues at its heid. '4' .
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i R. M. K. Flour Co. has estabished
a branch store in the south part
oc town and placed Fill Carrier
behind the counters. Mr and
J. H Neighbors have 'returned
from a pleasant visit in Louisville.
The three new houses spoken
of some time ago are now going
up and work on the streets U be
ing purlieu. miss vjyue l-air,
after a two-week's visitwith Miss
Lda Cook, has returned to Mt.
Vernon. Seme one is sad. Arn't
wo right, John? George Delph,
of Louisville, is vMtiui' relativos
here. Mrs. .Limes Walton, "f'j
Louisville, return n jidiiio Aion
day, ul'tfTr a pl-asant, WX wi'h
her parents, Mr.-ami l;.s Joseph
Sam brooks W. H. MahalVey has
returned from a trip to Tennessee.
Mrs. App Taylor has returned
fronaLiouisvilleand.nrd'ports 'her4
mother, Mrs. Lepbew much bet
ter. Mrs. J. W. Sums and child-
BKOUHEAI).
Mrs. R. H. Hamm has been
very sick for the past week but
is some better now. Mr. and
Mrs. G. C. Brooks and little son
were in Crab Orchard a few days
last week, they were the guests
of Mrs. Daisy Hunt. Mr. and"
Mrs. E, R. Gentry, of Mt Ver
nou, were tJie guests of Mr and
Mrs. A. M. Hiatt from Saturday
until Monday. Mrs. Robert
Pike, of Livingston, is with her
sister, Mrs. O. A. Frith, for a
few days this week Miss
Marguerite Muster, of East
Bernstadt, was theguest of Mrs
W. J. Owens first of the week
Miss Irene Lyons was up from
Junction City from Friday until
Monday.
Miss Angie Hunt, of Maret
burg, was with Mrs. J. J. Al
br'ght a few clays last week
MUs Lena McOall spent from
Friday until Sunday with home
folks at Maretburg. Mrs. Molly
Durham is visiting relatives and
frieuds in Crab Orchard. Mr J.
R. Storm is visiting relatives in
London and Keavy. Mr. Allen
Hiatt and daughter. Miss Minnie,
are spending a few days in the
country with Mr. and Mrs. R L.
Smith. C. 0. Howel is down
from Livingston a
i td till r rf l n
ARROW
and
ZEISS
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Sleel Lined
SHOT
SHELLS
The'Remington. Cutu
cut into a good one.
Ech and Every One a Speed Shell
The speed that breaks your targets nearer the
trap. That s why Remtngton-UMC bteel Lined
Shells have won 13 out of the 15 Handicaps held in
the last three years.
The speed that gets that mile-a-mfnute "duck" with a shorter
lead that's why it takes over 50,000 dealers to handle the demand
for Remington- UMC Steel Lined Shells.
The Shooting fraternity are speed wise. They know loose
smokeless powder won't drive shot. They know that the drive
depends on the compression.
The powder charge in Remington' UMC shells is gripped in
steel. This lining is designed to give the exact compression
necessary to send the lead to the mark quickest. It insures
speed the same speed in every shell.
The steel lining is moisture proof no dampness can get through.
Jar proof no powder can get out. Waste proof no energy is lost.
Shoot Remington-UMC Arrow and Nitro Club Steel lined Expert
factory loaded shells lor Speed plus Pattern in any make of thotfan
Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
299 Broadway a New York City
ren, left Wednesday for a few
day's, visit witi relatives at Shep
herdsville, Iy. Joe Qwens,, who
has been ojj the puny list, is bet
ter. Cam Mulling uifor-rns ns
that he has arretted seven bys
at London for hoboing or train
riding. They weye all tried and
Uned $15 qt Lh'jngstQi. H.e i
. i
few days.
Mrs. G. F. Sutton returned to
her home in Mt. Vernon after
spending the past week with hi r
paronts, Mr. and Mrs J. M
Owens. Mrs. J. C. Gibbs, of
Phoenix, Arizoni is with her
parents, .Mr. and Mrs. J. V.
Moore,
Miss Lula McCoy, of Mt Ver-
ron, was tho guests of Mrs. A.
Hiatt Sunday. Prof, and
Mrs T. H. Lilcins are rejoicing
oyer the arrival of a little son
the mother and babe are getting
along nicely. W. O. Yaden was
down from Livingston Sunday.
J. E. Wallen ,was .with .home-
folks a tew days last week. I lie
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Julian Bordes died Sunday, a.fter
a lingering Uln.ess f several
rjionths, the bnnal took place qt
Crab Orchard Monday after
noon. Mrs. Larkin Hicks is
visiting relatives in Madison a .!
Garrard counties. Mr. and Mrs
V. P. ligsty are now located
on a 4-u in near tu-eacnersvuie.
Mr. and Mrs. John Robins'
BUILD Your House of Stone or BRICK
It is not so apt to burn. Repairs cost le?. Cooler in summer.
Insurar ce costs less. fainting costs less. Warmer in winter.
Your property is always worth more. Does not depreciate in valne.
Costs verv little more han frame building when vou build with the
WINCHESTER GRANITE BRICK. Ask us for prices.
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WINCHESTER GRANITE BRICK CO,
Worfto ot " Manufacturers of Drtok, Sand and Lime.
dudcy, ky, WINCHESTER. KY.
ORLANDO
n jhiiu u -s..u.s -rt.i lmve relurned home after visiting
tne next piaees win De mui-
lius and Pine Hill. Now, boys, he
is camping on your trail and is
sure to get you . A few years ago
T.ivmgfiton had mp.ye peg-leg
boys than a dpgen pomrnqn tpwns,
al caused by train-ridjng This
IS a very uangerpiis namij ana
parents should help the officers
to put a stop to it. Miss lljyda
Cook hap retuvned roU vlsitto
relatives in Tennessee. Pied,
September goth", Mr. George D,
Pope. He "was born and raised in
Danville, Ky. Married Miss Mary
S. Hunt, of Lincoln county, in the
year 18(54. He leaves a wife and
two children, John Pope and Mrs.
y, T. Merhnee apd a host of
frjends an.d Relatives, .o tRoqril
I )ps. los,s. He yas lad to rest in
the Buffalo cemetery at Sitan.ford,
Ky., to await the lftst day. The
following attended the fqneral
from this place; Mr. a.nd Mrs.
,T, P. B,. Drummonds, Mr. a.nd
ond Mrs, O. 5 liioe, Mr. J. B
Donally, W, Ft Gray, Mr. and
Mrs. L. P, Uray. of Lebanon
Junction, Mrs. Ben Parker, of
Paris, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Fisher, of Louisville, and Rev. T.
C Duke of Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mr.
and Mrs, R, A. Whitehead, Qf
Jewjsburg, are wtyh; Mys, Gporge
Pope this week. W. B. I$ice, p,f
Paris, Ky., is visiting relatives
here this week. Mr. and Ms
R. j, Lemmouds has returned
from a visit to relatives at Paris,
Tenn., and Louisville. J. A
Childress left lo-day-for a few
days' visit in Cincinnati, O., and
Louisville. Ky. S. T. 'Proctor, of
Mt. Vernon, the expert carpenter,
is building a house for Mr. E. L.
Cockerel. Miss Georgia Amyx,
who is attending school at Mt
Vernon, was with home folks,
Saturday and Sunday.
in Garrard county for the past
ten-days. Miss Elizabeth Tb,apv
the beautiful a'd, attractive
dughteit pf H L- Tharp and
Rjchard Etnery Albright, a sen
p,f Mrs. Mary Albyighi, left for
JeflersdnvlUe, Jnda,uat Wednes
day mormu.g: where tftey were
tnarried. Ah oin u congratula
tion of the happy event and wish
them much success their
redded life, Iqe Carter is in
HhelbyviUe this week and from
what we have- been able to learn,
he is n-t lik.ly to return home
alone. We hope to be able to,
Ti tf a n -full nnn.Minf i--f tla TaiV
guv. a mil uyi,uuuu u li.l.v- l V
reunion whcl tftoh; place here
i au.nda.y, iu tiies columus
next weak. Not being abe &t
tend ye kn,o,w bvt little tQ say off
the affair, and. prefer- to waifc
Vintd we can, learn the tactM.
A WtQ ON THR TRACK
of the fast express means sonous
trouble ahead if not removed, so
does, loss of appetite. It means
laek of vitality, loss of strength
and nerve weakness. If appetite
fails, take Electric Bitters quicklv
lo overcome the cause by toning
up the stomach and curing the
indigestion. Michael Hessheimer
of jjjncpln. Neb., had been sick
over three sears, but six bottles
of Electric Bitters put him right
on his feet again. They have
helped thousands. They give
pure blood, strong nerves, good
digestion. Only 50 cents at
Cbas, C. Davis
Julius Kobinson got hurt very
bad one day last week by a falling
rock in the sand quarry, at Dudle.yx
The rock struck him on the back
He is doing very nieely, Corn
crops are good iu this part and
people a-e very busy saving their
fodder. Mrs. Flura Jivans ,and
Mrs. Efiae Ballard wore in Mt.
Vernon one day last week shop
ping. Mr. and Mrs J, B. Proctor
and Miss Mrv Ramsey -were
Visiting relatives in Mt. Vernon
last week.
Mr. W. Y. Anglin was down
from Disputanta Saturday aud
Sunday, He expects to begin to 1
finish up in telegraphy in a short
time at this place. Mr. R. L.
Ball (better known as Sap) and
Miss Lucy Grey, daughter of Mr.
Dave Grey were married Friday
af ternopn at the home of the bride.
Unde John Kobinson is" making
molasses this week and is having
good attendance at his stur offs.
Mr. J. M. Hall has returned to his
work a telegraph operator on
the Q. & G. R. R. after a visit to
his mother at this place. He
wrhes that he is dispatching and
is making good. Mr Joe Jackson
L. & N. operator at Sinks was,
calling on his best girl at this, place
Sunday.
the yards. Ben Allen made a trip
to Crooked Creek Sunday.
Grandma Troxell continues very
Jeeble,
BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL
Prof. E. P. Childs, president of
the Normal and Collegiate Institute
at Ashvilie, N. C, was a guest st
the dormitory Tuesday and Wed
nesday. On Tuesday he gave a
helpful chapel talk.
In the monthly grammar test
Julia Landrum and Litlie May
Daniels, both fourth graders, made
100 per cent.
Georgia Amyx spent the week
(end at her home in Livingston.
Sallie Stewart was at her home
in Wildie over Satu-day and Sun
day. The mothers of the town were
Miss McCord's guests on Thurs
day Sept. 26th to meet Miss
Robertson of the kindergarten
department.
The first regular meeting of the
Mothers Club will be held in the
Kindergarten Room, Thursday
afternoon, Oct. 3rd, at three
o'clock. Miss Robertson will
speak of the purpose of the
meetings and the work of the club
for the year will be discussed.
The mothers and friends of the
kindergarten and primary, also
anv other mothers of the town
Mrs. Hacker- Williams and Mrs. j who desire to become members of
the club, are most cordially invited
to attend.
Taken Up: A deep red cow
came to my place Saturday Sept.
28th. Part of tail gone and dry.
I live about one mtle below the
ford oi Copper Creek.
J. J. Mobhrly.
Oct. 4-3L Brodhead, Ky.
The beginning of cool weather
has aroused the interest in
athletics again among the girls.
Tennis is being played and baskrt
ball teams organized.
v Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTOR I A
' The best plaster. A piece of
flannel dampened with Chamber
lain's Liniment and bound on
over the affected parts is superior
to a plaster and costs only one
tenth as much. Forsaje by
Chas. Gt Davis
Pattie Brooks of Conway visited
relatives at this olace Sunday and
Monday. Mr. Nim Ramsey, -of
Wildie, was in Brush Creek Satur
day and Sunday visiting relatives.
Miss Mary Ramsey is with Ml.
and Mrs. J. B. Proctor for a few
weeks. Mr. J. B. Owens has
bought the property ot J. A.
Wood, in Brush Creek, and now
lives in town. Mr. L. J. Reams
was in Hazle Patch Sunday and
Monday. Mr. Barney Anderson,
of Logansport, Ind. has been
visaing hia sister at this place.
Mrs. Dora E. Ball. Miss Dora
H II Viae rnhirna1 linmo afffV t
visit to her sister in ParisMrs. Ithe NinteJ in and snow be
Neltie Ev m. of Richmond, is I"13. to Hanna 8 Green,
visiting relatives in this vicinity t?1' AUO, """"?- ear
th s week'.-Miss Myrtle Mason t?e nSnt ntl ,
was the guests of Miss Leia Owens use- Emilia on every pack
Monday. Mr. Pal Moore left aSe- or sale by
Monday for Paris where he
expects to accept s posititm ia
Your House Needs
PAINTING
Step off and take a look at
your house. Doesn't it need
Painting? Now is the time
to havo it done. Paint before
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