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VOI4UME XIX
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You Cant Get Something for Nothing
But you can certainly secure I
from us the most wonderful Suits I
yor ever saw for prices running as
follows 67575D 850 fro
i 1250 + 1500
Uptodate Fashions
Superior Workmanship
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i It will pay you to examine the W
1 I Douglas shoes and see for fj
yourself that they are just as jj
good in every way as those for jj
v which you have been paying jj
IK 5 to 7 For style com jj
fort and service they J
a cannot he surpassed jj
by cuslOmnade
custommadeshoes
FORSALE BY
Douglas S oes Sell I
Workmarlshipt
An Excel
Nhy t
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Because Expert designers
conceive them the greatest
shoe man in the world makes
them and expert shoe men
handle them I
litoiglas Shoes fit wear
aie shaploly and have tone
Built to give satisfaction
from the time you buy then I
until worn outand they do
Better Get A Pair
Mens Furnishing Goods
In each line the styles are the latest and absolutely correct
VVe have the reputation of being able to fit out young man
in the very latest style fromt Top to roe and we are proud
of it
Hurry up Gefinffve Game
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LITlNGSTOiN
Miss Lula Argenhright left Sun
da v for Knoxville for an extended
visitMrs R A Whitehead is
visiting her parents Mr and Mrs
Dishou at Lancaster this eek
I Dr W J Childrees was in Mt
I Vernon Tuesday on business Dr
Jce Baugh of London spent a few
days at the home of Mr G D
Cook on his way from Med cal Col
lege of Louisville Mr Gorge
French who has a position in LouL
isvile is at home for a short vaca
I
tion Misses Clevie McGuire and
I Annie Giiffin left Sunda for an
I extendid visit tp friends and rela
tives in Paris They will stop off
I at Berea for the commencement on
their way homeMis Mattie Me
I Ferron spent Monday with her sis
ter Mrs V J Children Mrs
James Anderson is visiting her par
ents ai Orlando this weekMr
Jeronu Adams is improving his
property by adding a new coat of
paint a new well and fence which
adds very much to the looks of his
placeMrs W W Wright and
family returned Saturday from an
extendid visit to Louisville Parks
ville and DanvilleMr William
C Johnson and wife of LncasterP
spent Tue day and Wdnesday in
town guests of Mr Johnsons
brother Mr John Johnson Mis
Waller Gilford of East Bernstadt
was in town several days this week
the guest of Mesdames Jacob Sam
dhrcok
hrcok and lames Walton Rev
and Mrs Walton have returned
from a two weeks stay at LaFayet
IndMaster George Sambrook
is spending a few days with his
cousin Harry Gilford of East
BrnstadtMr Willie Mullins Jr
is spending a week with his parents
Mr and Mrs John Mullins
Mrs Arthur Bowers has returned
from a visit to friends and relatives
at Parksville = Mr Charles White
head was the guest of his brother
R A Whitehead Monday and
Tuesday Mrs John Howell is in
Louisville this week buying milin
AS ery McCarthy is visiting
the home of his brother Mr Geo
McCarthy Quite a number of
people enjoyed the serenade Satur
day evening given by Miss Cora
Adams and her brothers Casper
and Helton anda few others
Mrs W J Childress entertained
Monday evening in honor of her
sister Miss Mattie McFerron
Those prrifent were Misses Lela
and Ella Argenbright Florence
Price Lillie Sambrook Nora Bur
ion Lida Cook Cora Adams Alic
Witt and Mattie McFerron Mss
ers James Pennington Chas Rice
Jr Conn Asher Fime Davis Dr
Boggs of Richmond and Georg
French of Louisville Ice cream
and strawberries were served AD
report a pleasant time
SCIATICA CURED AETER TWENTY
YEARS OF TORTURK
For more than twenty years Mr
J B Massey 3322 Clinton street
Minneapolis Minn was tortured
by scistica The pain and suffer
ing which he endured during this
time is beyond comprehension
Nothing gave him any pennatent
i1relief until he used Chamberlains
Pain Balm One application of that
liniment relieved the pain end made
sleep and rest possible and less
than one h ttle has effected a per
manent cure Mr Massey relates
his experience for the benefit of
others who may be similarly afflict
ed If troubled with sciatica or
rheumatism why not try a 25 cent
bottle of Pain Balm and 5ee for
voiuself how quickly it relieves
the pain For sale by Chas C
Davis leading druggist
It is announced i tat the rate bill
being passed the Senate will now
take a much needed rest And
the pnblc surely will be delighted
at being able to foil iw suit
Investigators are cautioned to go
gently wsth the ice tnist this sum
mer If you make it hot it may
annouce shortage j
DEATHS FROM APPE DICI
nTIS
decrease in the same ratio that the
use of Dr Kings New Life Pills in
creases They save you from dan
ger and bring quick arid painless
relief from coustiyanon and the ills
growing out oft Strength and
vigor always follow their use
i Guaranteed yall druggists 25C
1 Try them I
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afterlmeasle
nieasle
measlelittle
little dai
iting Mrs
Mrs Percy Benton
the Knight Templars Conclave at
j Paris this week Mr and Mrs H
L Harp and daughters Lizzie and
j Margurite have returned from
t a visit to Lebanon Junction andt
I Louisville
I Miss Miranda Tate is visiting
i her aunt Mrs Hi Tate at Mt
I i VernonDr Ca rter was in Mt
i Vernon first ofweek Homer
j Wallin of Lakeland Ky was in
town Tuesday Mrs Ellen Ma
h iJTey is able to he out again afterl
two weeks illness Misses Thomp
son and Williams of Mt Vernon
I were guests at the Albright Hotel
last weekMrs W M Potts of
C + rbin has taken rooms at the
Frith House Mrs J W Hutch
son and son are visiting her parents
I at Harrodsburg O A Frith was
at Level Green Saturday and Sun
I
day calling on Thos ForbesEd
I Rogers spent hst Saunday in Mid
I dlesboro f he guest of Miss Maggie
P leasantMr Larkin Hicks visit
ed friends and relatives at More
land last weekMiss Lizzie Storms
of Keavv Ky is the guest of Miss
Lizzie OtcertsHon C CWil
lia ms spent last Saturday and Sun
CaptL
L C Smith
A E Alhrighthas returned
from London where he served on
the Federal Jury Mr and Mrs
R S Mattingly of Paris are visit
ing Miss Jewel Francisco J o hn
Nevius of Lebanon Junction spent
last Sunday and Monday in
town ca ling on one of our young
ladies
Miss Maude Watson spent last
in the country = B l1g Martin
will be found smiling while sent
Tng yt5U tire youra vhtha glano of
ibe cream soda at Shugars Drug
Store Jop Albright is in Leba
non Junction the guest of his bro
ther A A Albright Miss Ethel
Hilton has returned home from
Moreheed where she has been at
tending school for the past nine
months Rals Wilnutt brake
man on the K D is at home sick
We hope for him a very rapid re
covery Dont fail to attend the
Celebration Brodhead Crab Or
chare and Preachersville lodges F
A Mtat Crab Orchard Fair
Grounds St Johns DayClar
ence Miller is visiting his uncle
Granville Leece at Gum Sulphur
Miss Carrie Frith of Gum Sul
phur spent Tuesday afternoon in
Aibrighte
visited iriends and relatives here
first of week Miss Uta Hutche
son and Miss Alma McAfee have
returned to their homes much to
the regret ot some of our boysA
large crowd attended Bro Fann
ings lecture at M E church
Thusrday night Miss Cable was
at Mt Vernon Friday and Satur
day taking the teachers examina
tion Rev Sawyers filled his reg
ular appointment at the M E
church last Sunday and Sunday
night Walter Miller K D brake
man spent Sunday with honefolks
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PEOPLES BANI <
BRANCH CITIZENS BANK BRODHE AD
MT VERNON KENTUCKY
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Wesolicit the accounts of Firms and Individ nils guaranteeing carefi
courteous treatment and prompt service to all our customers
Protected by an absolute fire and burglar proof screw door salt and t
glar insurance
insuranceWe J
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We pay 3 per cent on all deposits oftoo or pore when left with
leftbank
bank and not checked upon for a period of six months j
DIRECTORS
H H WOOD W G NICELEY W J SPARKS J W RIDER F I
JOE DICKERSON G T JOHNSON Al J MILLER L W BETHURV
r
For sale
7by
i The Gibraltar of Rockcastle C
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Financial Institution
I CITIZeNS ftNSJ
I OF BRODHEAD KY I
Offers to the people a safe and conservative
Banking System
SystemA
ACCOUNTS OF
Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited
Give us t business and we guarantee a pleas
ant and profitable relation
Pay 3 percent interest on all deposits of 100
or more when left in the bank and not check
ed upon for a period of six months
I
POSTMASTER ROBBED
G W Fouts Postmaster at Riv
erton Ia uearlo lost his life and
was robbed of all comfort accord
ing to his letter which says For
20 years I had chronic liver com
plaint which led to such a severe
case of jaundice that my finger
nails turned yellow and when my
doctor prescribed Electric Bitters
which cured me and nave kept me
well for eleven years Sure cure
for Biliousness Neuralgia Weak
ness and all Stomach Liver Kid
I ney and Bladder derangements A
wonderful Tonic At all druggists
50 cents
If the hens could talk how they
would abuse incubators The in
l lens ubators are better mothers than
WEL 1L
I Bean the
I Signature of
J W HUTCHESON Casher
RELIGIOUS I
Incensed at the declaration that
IIncen
the Bible is a dead letter the congregation
gregation to which he was preach t
ing drove the Rev George Porter
from the building near Lucas i
Ridge Ind with a shower of rot
ten eggsi
i
The Presbyterian General Assembly
l
sembly at Des Moines unanimous
ly adopted resolution calling up
I on the Presbyterian churches of
America to raise 300000 for the
relief of the churches which suffer
ed from the San Francisco disaster
CA S r on
The Kind Yoa Hare Always Bought I
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THOMPSON M B
2nd V President
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CLOTHING
Men s Youths and Boys Suits
The most economical to buy because they are better
Themade
< made and fit more perfectly than other suits sold at POI
iilar Prices
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J FISH < C
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1 c o Mt Vernon Ky
I W A CARSON
Paintei
rN
Paperhanger
Agent for
HENRY BOSCH COS
line of
WALL PAPER ROOM
ETCl
Let us make you an estimate on
work before placing you order
All Work Guaranteed
Former Gov W O Bradley in
an interview given at Cincinnati
i Monday night says he will not be
i a candidate for Congress from the
Fifth Kentucky district

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