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MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1912
from Knoxville, Ten'n. Miss
Judith McUall is down from
Maretburg for a few days. Miss
Mabie Roberts, of Stanford, is
spending a few days with rela
tives. Mr and Mrs. Lysander
; Howard, of Louisville, are visiting
relatives and friends here during
the holidays. The $350. piano
given away in the ''Most Popular
Young Lady Contest" by B. 0.
Anderson & Son. was awarded to
Mrs A. M. Hiatt. Wednesday
afternoon, she having received the
most voles by a large majority.
The 25. in gold was given to
P. H. SSiutts Addresses
a Leiter to the Progressives.
Xmas pasaeJ off very quietly
here. Miss Nannie Catron, of
Catron, Ky., spent the week with
Misses Viola and Kate DeBord.
V. T. Todd, who spent most of
the fall in Livingston, .has re
turned to L vcl I reen and no
wonder for .-oaieone ilse is at
i -- .i
in Hie United btatei. it also, in.mo orr;n vt; 7,.. u,n
.-.hmvsthat there was ala-evoto is spending vacati m witi hoa-
folks. Vic Price and sister, Miss
To the Progressives oi
Returns from the
Nov. 5th showed
were over 4,000,000
in Kentucky. And in oh Rock
. castle there wre nesuK' 000 and
, not a sign ot an organization. A tne eastern part of the county
good showing for a party to notfinishe1 their six months work
Katie, who have been teaching in
. t. -vm1 ' llifo t .!!? -klr1 " rt i l
Givens Carson, and A.J. Estridge ! "" " - - -
.. . .,, ,,... .14. 1 .. i we are the second strongest partv
held the number that took in the.. J
c- 1, , -, , , ,. in the nation, wiih some of the
giu. in gnui. myuouy noiuingi
number 590 will be presented
with a ten spot as the lucky num-
I orr.uiiesi men 01 our cuumr,y 111 me
j National and Si ite Progressive
orcanizatioi s ;mct in my opinion
wilt he a successful uiirty in th.
With all the enthusiasm, firm
ness ami .iui that ureva:!ed at
Put Your Mam Down for a Slofcheraft Suifi or
- - - Overcoat - - -
DON'T forget yourself when you make up yur list of Christmas purchases You owe
yourself a present Why not make sure of getting something you want by treating your
self to a Clothcraf t Suit or Overcoat?
ber failed to show up. Oscar
Spoonaniore, accompanied by
Mrs. Louella Weaver, drove to
Mt Vernon, Wednesday, of last
week, where they were mavitd
by the Rev. T. C. Dule Miss; the vJhicago conference last, week
Clyde Verlin Wilmott, and Homer; and the interest our sister counties
Harwood Wallin were married at "are taking jn the Piogressive
the home of the bride, Thursday. party bv making permanent organ
December 19th, the Rev. A. J.'izations. I think it hi.h time the
Hike officiating The bride is the ! Progressive.- of this county ;or
beautiful daughter of Mrs M. E . together and perfect a count
Wilmott. The groom is a son of organization that we will be better
Mr. Dud Wallin, of Crab Orch-. prepared to right the politic d
ard, and a gentleman of sterling ' battles for better government in
qualities. Their nianv friends County, State or Nation in the
join in congratulation of the happy J future,
event, wish them long, happy and j Now if all progressives who may
prosperous lives. Kev. w. '. chance 10 re.ut
Rogers resigned as pastor of the interesteJ in thf
last Friday and came home Sat
urday. Clias. and Granville
Hurst, who have been west for
s jine time, are at horn j for few
das. W. J. I rown, of BrodheaJ,
ate Xnns dinner wit 1 Lomefoiks
here. Joe Ridel 1 nd Miss JI a.
Thompson spoilt Tuesday night
with Miss Katie 1 rice. Rev. D.
K. Geiity and daughter, Miss
Georgia, were down from Quail,
Wednesday. Hauip Mcece, of
I idiana, is visiting his father and
mother here. Mrs. Jane Preach,
.vho has been at Piato fi.r some
time, has returned to her daugh
ter, Mrs. Dahlia Shell. Miss s
Lucy and Mattie Mink are visit
ing their uncle, J. V. Mink at
Maretburg. - Miss Mary Mae
Lathi m is at home for a fewhivs.
W. H. Brown and daugter, Miss
Ora, wore in Mt. Vernon, last
Saturday. K. B. Thomson is
this and are
county organi-,s'lui-,-ilfewda's with home-
Church list Saturdav and Sun- Mti ,:ii m.- .-. mr,nn:il . loUs- -"- Jones, w no lias beH
day. and will take charge of the letter seth.ir forth vour views on ll1
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the subject under consideration, , moiuns X Vla,Un """Steier
tfrt '-AU-aiUl airs. u. n.. rrice, and
You ought to have some new clothes for the holidays
any wy, and the Clothcralt line will give you a chance to
freshen up your wardrobe without adding much to your
Clothcraft Clothes, with a binding guarantee of pure
wool, lasting shape and service, cost you only $1o to 25.
no more than take a chance clothes. They're made right,
lit right, look right and stay right. You'll be surprised at
the value we can give you in Clothcraft Clothes at, say,
$15, $18 or $20.
When you see these insured clothes, you may think of
someone else who would appreciate a Clothcraft suit or over
coat as a gift.
The Big Events of Interest In 1912
tfcilt SS-J Jfe ii ISQifiS'
the mountains for a few
c- '' "" " " " J "" "-" ..... . . .
church at Nelsonville. The ser
cinoc nf tlio Pot P R Pilmi' -.f rnt. :c . ,-u
Fariston, have been secured, and manifested there will be a meeting!1 t,Ie n' CM'were the guests
he will assume charge the fourth for that purpose mlled in the near
Sunday in January. - Oliver future so we may perfect such
Potts, who is employed as a Mas- an organ-zatton.
ter Mechanic in Louisville bv the
We cordiair invite all m tlie
two old parties tint believe in a
L. & N. was here Saturday and
Sundav. and while hero bp -was
, . .-,! ..
made a Royal Arch Mason bv Progressive govermnem ana urea . Mrs. w M. Brown
Rrn.,l rl,n,vor v 1 n7 p a ()1 bo-si-,m to joui in with us and school closed last
- ' ww-. ... -.w-. ..V. .W.J ... .. ,
of .Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Riddle, at
Walnut Grove last Sunrluv.
Mrs. W. F I3eUord, who hns
been s-ek, i- almost well again. -Dr.
and Mrs. G. IJ. Lawivncu
spent Xmas day with Mr. and
1 lets have
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M Mv nncl Mr Allpn Hiai-r. lcia ,,u,,c u suic""u(;"1 "' "iCjsnort, exercises, orae ot tlie
were here Wednesday, but re- people. V the people, and for the. teachers have two weeks yet and
tnrned to their -country home people. . some three.
Thiirrf!iv. vvliPro thPV v,Hl Iisivp n I iNow Aula ieA wtaties to an and
sale of uersonal oronertv to-dav. il solk'u for speedy replies,
and then return to old Brodhead.
"The Last Rose of Summer,"
a play presented by the Brodi. -d
Dramatic Club, Xmas evenii. ,
was la -gely attended and greatiy
enjoyed. The club presented the
I am respectfully yours
P. H. ShUTts
FOILS A FOUL PLOT.
When a shamefu. lilot exists he-
same play to a large and appro- tween her and b .w:s to caue dis-
"I had been troubled with con
tipation f ortwo years and tried
i ail of the best physicians in Bristol
Tenn., and they could do nothing
. for me.' writes Thos. E. Williams,
i Middleboro, Kv "Two packages
'ol Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets cured me." For
sale by Chas. C. Davis.
to act, take Dr. ,
riativf audience at Livingston, tress bv refusing to ai
, . ... King's New Life Pills, and end such
mursuay evening. Attorney abuseol yonr sxtem. The gentlv
land Mrs E, R. Gentry Avere the compel right action ol stomach,
guests of Cashier add Mrs. A. M. ,VCA. u ,,. , -
neaiin ann r.n imjhi teci.ngs. j cis.
Solid comfort secured when you
get the up to date bifocal, cable
temple spectacles, fitted at S.
O. Franklins new sbop, next door
to Jonas McKenzio's s'ore
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IX January the $15,000,000 Equitable building in New York was burned down. Roosevelt threw his "hat in the ring" in February. Boald Amundsen an
nounced the discovery of the south pole in March. April witnessed the Titanic disaster. Wilbur Wright, the pioneer of aviation, died in May. Taft was
renominated in June. In July the mikado of Japan died, and the following month was marked by the death of William Booth in London. America wa
forced to send troops to quell a Nicaraguan revolt in September. The opening engagement of the Balkan war took place In October. November saw tha
election of Wilson, and the house of governors met in Richmond, Va., in December.
IIKODHEAD. Eva Albright is over from Pongo Tharp and Miss Etta rfowder were ginia Davis is here from Mt. v, r-
. with home folks during the holi- in Mt. Vernon shopping Monday, nou, the guestof Miss Clyde N :u-
George fJarrett'is over from days. Miss Ella Carson is down Mrs. R. H. Hamm has been num- son. Mr R. L. Owens, f Sal m.
Berea spending Xmas with rela from Mt. Vernon for a few days, bered among the sick . I R. Ind., is spending this week with
tires. Joe Riddle, of Walnut
Grove, visited relatives here last
week. Mise Etta Cable has re
turned home from Richmond,
;vhere she has been attending
school for the past three months.
She will return after the holidays
Miss Dora Blaoton has accpted
a, position as clerk for B. C. An
derson & Son Miss Lizzie Gen
ttry was with her cousin, Miss Sue
Miss Jewel Francisco has re- Storm has returned home from his mother, Mrs. Katie Owens.
turned home from Paris after, Keavy, where he has been engaged
spending a few days with her .in business matters for the past
sister, Mrs Ed. Sprowle. Miss I month. Miss Delora Boyd re
Margaret Tharp. of Junction City; turned home from Corbin where
is spending a lew davs with her I she has been attending school.
sister, Mrs. R. B Albrigftt, this Mrs. Mary Evans, of Berea, is
week. Mr and Mrs. R. E. Al-( spending a few das" with her
bright and Mrs, T. H. Likins and daughter. Mrs. D. B. Chandler
little son are the guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham are
and Mrs. H. L. Tharp at Junction
Cable, during the holidays. Miss City this week.' Mrs. Susie
down from Mt. Vernon visiting
relatives this week. Miss Vir
Misses Lela Albright and Hazel
Reynolds are at home from Mt.
Vernon for a few days. Mrs.
Henry Howard of New York City,
and Mrs. Garrett Howard, of
Pineville, are the guests of Mrs.
F. D Robin 8. of the Coppercreek
section. Dr. and Mrs. W. F.
Carter have returned from a visit
to relatives in Owen county. C.
C. Wilmott is at home this week
tiiatt tins weeic. at chas. C Da .'
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