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MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY , FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1912.
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Because Selby- have the style,
quantity and comfort, that women
of today demand in Shoes.
Silby are style leaders in all
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All Wool in Clothcraft Proved by Test
JUST remember this when you want to make sure of get
ting all-wool clothes: Cotton mixtures are so skillfully
made now-a-days that even an expert eye cannot distinguish
them from all-wool cloth The cotton is so cleverly woven
with the wool that the only absolutely sure way of detecting
its presence its presence is by a chemical tesf
This test consists of dipping a piece of getting all-wool clothes if they bear
cloth into a boiling solution of caustic the Clothcraft label .
potash, which completely dissolves the . . Every Clothcraft suit or overcoat
wool and leaves the cotton intact, if present, is guaranteed all wool . This guar
antee found in the inside pocket of
Every piece of cloth used in Clothcraft every Clothcraft coat also insures
Clothes must be able to withstand this lasting shape, satisfactory wear and
searching chemical test.. Therefore, you service. At Clothcraft prices-$10
can know positively that you are really to $25 can you ask for more?
The meetiug that was being con-
ducted at Friendship by Rev. John
Ware closed last Sunday. -R. B.
Hatcher, of Corbin spent last
week with his mother here. Mr.
and Mrs J. L. Hasty visited their
daughter, Mrs. Sam McWilliams,
of near Bae Lick last Wednesday.
George Isaacs spent Sunday
with his brother Ihe Dr. here and
was a:cotnpeiiied home by little
T. J. Brown; of Somerset, spent
Sunday with bis mother here
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Gentry, of
Quail, visited relatives here last
Satu.-day nights Mr. and Mrs. G
W. Shells are the proud parents
of their iirst born, a girl. Miss
Ora Poynter who has been with
her sister, Audry, two months
has returned home. Mr. and Mrs
Eugene McWilliams and children
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
O. L. Hatcher. W. T. Todd, of
Mt, Vernon, was in this part last
week. Mrs. Jeff Price spent the
latter part of the week with her
sister, Mrs Chas. Vanhook.-Little
Gladys Price has been suffering
for the past week with tonsilitis.
Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Lawrence
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Brown. Several'from here
were in Mt. Vernon Tuesday to
hear J. C. W. Beckham speak.
Elisha Bullock, the drummer, was
in this .part last week. Little
Miss Zula Catron after spending
two weeks with her cousin Jewell.
DeBord has returned home. Mrs.
Jonas Pitman who has been sick
for some time remains in very
pior health, her daughted is also
in a very critical condition. E. B.
Thompson was with homefolks
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The Clothcraft Store
t,(itiai(iitft x, '!.i!aitii(iit!i!a!oOA
r .i.i.il.I.I.I.ii!!!!!::: rilTSii
in dismal forest, and leap from
crag to crag, while philanthropy
and Christianity travel upon beauti
ful highways, where the bright
sunshine has kissed the sparkling
dew-drops from the grass and
floweth, and happiness and pros
perity abound. While this pppor-
Corn cutting is all over with hi
this vicinity. Hugh Ltnville, son
ofW. M. Linville, is getting along
nicely. Joe Croucher. and Lee
McGuire, of Richmond were
visitin? in this nart Saturday and
c.Mri n i j .-.- tunity may pass forever, may the
bunday. Henry Bowman and witei - J J x '
. a d u .. d ... i -r Dcoplo of my home county, think
and Robtrt Bowraau and wife were! . -
anu act intelligently, and vote tor
the bond lhbue to make good
roads and in no wise can they ever
. E. J. Brown.
, ireret it.
BROWN MEMORIAL. SCHOOI
visiting at W. T. Linville's Sunday.
Isaac Martin is drilling a
for his father. J. T. Martin. T
M. Ogg and family, Mioses Ora
Carpenter, Violet and Sallie Ogg
and Egbert. Anderson, of Berea,
.....v. .1..., .n ,c Mill vjuu.j,., , .. BirMl. f f.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cauneld, of ,r , e -,
, . ... ., '...Vernon were the guests of Mr.
Ohio .and Mrs. C. M Canfie d ., A .f . nT . 0 ,
, Ar , and Mrs. J. w. Riddle Saturday
of Berea, were visiting Mr. and, ... , 0 , ... .
r T rT , . r o , n,gut and Suudny Miss Oaie
Mrs-James Huktt from Saturday 1 0 . . . ,f . , . . TT."
., , J M . J Silvers visited friends it Pme Hill
until Monday. Conard Curisman 0 , .. j,, , " .
, T , ' ... (Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis
and Luther Ogg were visiting C. 1 0 , r , , ....,
t j t- ,7 o . Cook, of Blanche, are nsiting Mr.
L. and B. E. Martin Sunday eve u . , ., .. .,.
r-..i n - 'n j- r .Cooks mother, Mrs. Eliza P.
Little Georgje Toda, son of C. L , .. ,. ,
. , . ... ' , Cook, at this place.
H. Todd is visiting his grand-1 ,f. ,. i tx
&ow .UUhbJU UHU1 auu xv.l(
parents, daddie aud mama Todd
Well we people of this part
haven't been bothered with Mr.
Jack Froit any yet The I. O.
O. F. Lodge oi Berea had a supper
Saturday night and speaking by
O. P. Jackson and others. Some
of the Brothers in this Dart !
visited them and reported a nice
time. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Bullen
left Tuesdny for Illinois to make
their home. Mama Todd is very
ill at this tin.e. Dalt Waddle, oi
Hamilton. O., is visiting homefolks
in this part.
DR. E. J. BROWN SPEAKS FOR
THE BOND ISSUE.
I have just received from an Auction
Sale a Line. of
Shoes, Dry Goods,
UN D ERWE AR
Men's and Boys' Shirts, full Iineof Men's, Ladies' and Children's Hose,
Men's and Ladies' Handkerchiefs Big Bargain in Towels and Table
Lineni Clocks, Umbrellas, Ladies' Skirts; Ready-made Sheets, big bar
gain in .School Tablets, Traveling Bags, half regular price. Men's
Pantsand Overalls, Composition Books, Gent's Suspenders, and Neck
' , wear at half regular price
; AN UNUSUAL BARGAIN IN
Gihg.hams,Prints& Linen Dress Goods
Gome and see Goods and get Prices
goods' Everything marked in plain figures
30 days Don't fail to get First Selection
No trouble to show the
This sale will be on for
Yo will find me camped in the KIRBY OLD RESTATRANT
Miss Mary Adams, of Crab Or.
Orchard, is with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs Smith Adams, of near
this place. Mr. and Mrs. B. M.
Pike and daughter, Miss Eoberts,
returned'to their home in Freder
ick. Okla., after spending several
weeks with the Kev. A. J, Pike,
ana other relatives near here
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Montgomery,
grand parents of Mrs. T. H.
Likins, returned to their home in
Caneyville, Ky., afcter spending a
few days here last week. Mrs.
M, E. Wilmott is very low and not
expected to live but a few days.
Wajtey Robins was in Mt. VernpQ
last Friday. Mr. .n 1 Mrs W. J.
Owens were the guests of Mrs. G.
F. Sutton of Mt. Vernon, last Sat
urday and Sunday Mrs. Jennie
Brown is here from Louisville this
week. H. L- Tharp was up from
Junction Citvlast Sunday. Miss
Mattie 0vens left Tuesday for a'
weeks' visits of friends and rela
tives in Junction City, Danville
and Louisville. Quite a number
attended the speaking ac Mt. Vtr
non, Tuesday", by the Hon. J. C
W. Beckham. John H. Johnson,
who lived near Ottawa, was killed
by 3 train in Louisville yards last
Friday, where- he was employed.
He was brought home Friday
night. Givens Carson, a son of
fy. A. Carson, who has been with
his aunt m Guthrie, Okla , for the
past year returned ho'the the first
of the week John Rbbijis spent,
from Saturday until Monday with
Mps. Robins, in Pineville,' it the
home of Rev. W. D. Gibbs.
Mrs Hattie Burton died at her
home in the Hiatt section Tup
day ot last week.' She-is snrvh l
by a'sou and a numbSbof rt igh
ers. P. C. Henry, tKuUteM-jjo
laid out aud sold what isSfn
us, tue nenry addition, wawBwn
tneiasi ot week.
Mr. and Mrs. Lemons, of Liv
ingston have been recent visitors
at the dormitory where they have
placed their daughter. Elizabeth,
far the school year.
Recently the girls went to
chestnut ridge on an all day picnic
and chestnut huut. Another ev.
they ate their supper in tl.
woods upon the hill behind tht
Mary Mae Lathim and Sallie
Stewart spent the week end at
The second and third year High
School girls Rae Hunt, Bertha
Litton, Mattie Huff, Elizabeth
Gentry and Winnie Hinkle pre
pared and served six o'clock dinner
on Tuesday evening. Covers were
laid for nine.
Mr. W. B. Adams, Auditor of
the Board ofHome Missions, is a
guest at. the dormitory.
President Acheson, of Ooldwell
College visjtelkthe school last,
Week and gave a most interesting
talk at chapel.
The Rev. Mr, Bvers. of Hyden,
Ky., held the undivided attention
of the school on Tuesday morning
when He spoke .ot SQtne peculiar
Japanese customs observed duping
his thjee yea.rs residence in Japan.
Miss Irene Voght, of Louisville,
who has been the guest of Miss
Robertson, concluded her visit
Misses McCord, AYatson and
Rowlee attended the Teacher's
Association at Pine Hill Saturday.
The basket ball teams have been
reorganized and are beginning
One class in the Domestic Sci
ence Department has taken up
the subject of manicuring and has
fitted up a, parlor on the second
floor for its work. -
Having eagerly watched the fight
in Rockcastle, lor good roads and
my intense desire to see it vic
torious, causes .me to break the
silence.' What motive could I,
Judge Williams, Judge Bethurum,
or Dr. Childress or any other
ex-Rockcastle citizen have except
the betterment of our dear old
home county? It is to the interest
of every citizen, regardless of
position in life, to be for good
roads. It is the opportunity ot
his life for the man on whom good
fortune has smiled, to farther ad
vance his prosperity, help to
build the mo.als, intellect and re
ligion of hi-community and build
a lasting monument to the future
generations to follow. I will
frankly admit, I am prejudist in
wanting to see the old county
Shepherd took dinner with Mias
Helen Hackney Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. John Tredway, of Pine Hill,
visited relatives at this place Sun
d iy. Mr. and Mrs. George Par ret I
spent Saturday night and Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Flinri Parrett.
Emery Eageu's dwelling house
at Orlando, was burned with all
its contents Sunday night. Mr.
Eagen and family were not at
home. The infant of Mr. and Mr.
Henry Treadway has been very
sick but is much better at this
writing. Ha mm Dalton, of Con
way, visited his daughter, Mrs.
Jack Treadway, at this 'place
IN.THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES
For the Eastern District
, In Bankruptcy.
On thii7 day cf'Oct. A. D.,
1912, on considering the petition
of the hforeseid bankrupt for dis
charge, filed on the 17th. day of
Oct. A. D. 19 12, it is ordered by
the court that a hearing be had
upon the same on the 26 day of
Nov. A. D. 19 12, before said court
at Covington in said district at
10 o'clock, in the forenoon, or
as near thereto as practicable, and
that notice thereof be published
in The Mt. Vernon Strnat
climb to the top morally, socially I , ; . j -j j- . - ..
,. , -a newspaper punted in said district
and all lcnown creditors and other
intellectually and religiously b.Q
cause I care not where I live or
die it is my home. What are its
possibilities commercially and
Qtbei'wi&e? Its valleys and table
lands are fertile and productive.
Its forests abound in va uable tim
bers. Its hills are bursting with !
Ncoal, valuable stone, and probably
other and many valuable minerals
only awaiting valuable develop
ment. She has within her borders
ag noble people as live. You must
invite citizenship acd capital to
develop these vast resources of
wealth. Voters remember that no
stream can rise above its fountain
head, it is just as impossible for
a county to rise above its -avenues
Good roads will open fields of
weaisu, give employment 10 ine Arni Sialve. and rnrpH.him Jt.h
laboter, uudreamed of by the most one box. "Cures burns, boils
optomistic. Avarice and sin skin eruption, piles. 25 cents, at
travel rough and unbroken paths, ' Chas. C. Davis'.
Charles Broadway Rider
MT. VERW0N, KY.
IMPERISHABLE- GIFT! BOR
SON-, OR DAUGHTOlf
Is a scholarship at the "Wilbur
R.:Smith Business Colle
lufciuu, ivy, a cotlJ,
College wilt 'be an i
capital, and will qualify
a nae position, for n sn
The Sunday school at Union
Rijjre is progressing nicely.
Sorfciim making is the order of
the- day. A large, crowd went
from this section to Mt Vernon
Tuesday to hear Ex-Governor
Beckbam speak. Mr. J. H. John
sou departed this life Oct, 18.
his death was caused by .a ail road
accident in the Louisville yards.
He was 39 years old. Be leaves
a wife and three children ' to
mourn the loss of a devot'sd father
and husband. Be was a member
of the church at Uuion Ridge nd
persons in interest may appear at
saia. time and place and show
Qause, if any they haTe, why the
prayer of said petitioner should
J not be granted.
Witness the honorable A. M.
J Cochran, Judge of said Court
and the seal thereof, at London in
said district, on the 17th. day ot
Oct. A. D. 19 1 2.
J . W. Menzies, Clerk.
By Geo. C. Moore, D C. -
SAVED LEG OF BOY.
"It seemed that my 14-yearold
bov would have to lose his leg, on
account of an uglv ulcer, caused
by a bad bruise," wrote "D. F?
Howard, Aquone, N. C. "All
Kjmedies and dodtors treatman,
failed till we tried Bucklen's r"
BUILD Your House of Stone or BRICK
It is not s apt to burn. Repairs cost less. Cooler rn summer.
Insurance costs less. Painting cbsts less. Warmer in wintsr.
Your property is always worth more. Does not depreciate in value-
Costs very little more than frame huilritn$ when you build with the
WINCHESTER GRANITE BRICK. Ask us foe prices.
Si wKE 55 SH
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