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Mount Vernon signal: May 2, 1913 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913050201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: May 2, 1913 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. MT. VERNON, 444l'tl If ,- v y lllUlfl$. yJ ' Established ff I887 ri itwiJijtsna(aaug HHS :Nr ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, ALA Y 2 1913. UAL BLR CAN CIRCULATE PETITION TOMORROW BBMJjffiJTfTi --MgMCTTWW- CANDIDATES FOR COUNTY OFFICE MUbT HAVE CORRECT PAPERS TO GET ON BALLOT TOMORROW. On and after Saturdav next. nL Ma" 3rd, candidates for county offices will get busy with petitions! B to get on the ballot. The petitions necessary under the operations of the new State primary law for candidates seeking party nominations, may be circulated on and after May 3, and must be filed with the County Clerk not later than O X A B I. E fit and style ol ail F A S II July 3. Any nominating petition v ".. rLV circulated by a candidate before VA othets May 3 will be worthless and dis- &JD as well is of the greatest qualify him from ge'ting on the fckJMamoiidc;j'iaiu&. primary ballots. Candidates for r. TV( , s?. WALK OVEKSM-- t the stxlefor shoes. importance, g 11 W y II ';', county offices are required to have are always first to show new pattern They K on their petitions the signatures of rr 'it irn W". in full range of sizes. They alwas look l Il A Our siipremacy in this Hi 3 V not less than 3 per cent, and not an well, iit well and wear well. This is why MM is acknowledged" bv all wl: excess of to per cent, of the voters WALK-OVER... r are the footwear of I...,.. .1 u.nc ecn our Liine this spriuf. of the party in which they seek the the world. 22 The Diamond Bra nds ha e nomination. models displayed See the new WALK-OVE. I1 given us tho Mioe h.iinoss This is. based on the vote for f in our windows and hear in mind hack of these i T - nsc ,'. Hw5F You can do it. You can have as many and as good window i& a store whei-- quality jjoods are bold. '.. 1,.,t 4i,.., .. the party's candidate for president H - ,,r tou'u S Life isn't worth living witlicut clothes as the man who pays higher prices if you buy -makes and all leathers at the last regular election. As (lothcraft Clothes. In fit, style and dressiness the Patent Leathers. Vii-i- . (U n the democratic vote in Rockcastle M AiiJjii S?x'(Jar ' M'i. things you can see for yourself they are sure to please FOR WOMEN tWitt. Metal. New Tans. Xnhn.-l- : 1 FOR MEN' county for vVoodrow Wilson, was. jj ' -you and your friends. 1 as. Velvet and all the i S59. candidates to get ftn the dem Walk-Ov- er Boot Shop new things. ocratic ballot must have not less Of the things you cfin't see or judge beforehand w&r NBW?; zy j(V I 5r I than 26 and not more than 86 S U T T O X & M cBER'fs 11111 you can be just as sure because Clotheraft Clothes aie. H Once a customer, alway a 'iSt.wf'la CS3? names on each petition. The re- guaranteed to be all wool, to hold their shape and 'to satcutomer on Diamond Brands. ' publican vote for Taft was ioS2 so isfy Jn wear and service. The style of Ladies' Shoes ig .is that republican candidates must of niorc importance today th: u That's why the man who wears Clotheraft Clothes get not less than 31 and not rort: ever hefov. Our " Xfihhy" last we are ' ' at $10 to $25 always gets cred't for paying more. rci.,.. 10s w man - monies iq petitions. n has a short vamo. leauuing tins st-a desirable kind of credit to have, and you will It's (As the Progressive polled 559 h (fiecian instep, and we hi find it in every PJothcraft suit we shpw. votes for Ropsevelt, they must ge strongly recommend 1Af I r- r I "v not less than jG and more thau it to our wanf you t0 come liere f.or a11 your Sheq mul we k you VV 56 votes on, th.fir petitions. Ul' tjiat, wt must make this a store of pleasant recollection, Cj The primary election law says MBiriifTT-- t mum n,n I'tl that no candidate can get his name U'3 .upon the ballot of his party until W he has filed his petition, stating the office fo. which he is a candi2za& date, his name, age, postoffice Jg JL. K. address, political affiliations and all other legal qualifications, and . .. .. ...-'AkM3tS&fB pledging himself. If nominated, not to wihdraw, and, it elected, to qualify for the office. Along with his petition each Leaders in Clothing Shoes and Dry Goods candidate must file a nominating 75 Suits in small size?, petition, signed by electors of his and 34, only (carried- city, county or district each of whom must declare intention to iScaggs Creek section, who has Mr. Pavne. nf Wnhrl fnr LIVINGSTON. Overstock) To dose out iiuk-klya- t ,in PLANS BIG FUND support the candidate for whom been under treatment at R,Vh- - -- Rev. C. S. Carmical of per Miit. Absolutely worth three and four times the price. this place Henry Hibbard, of the Pongo niond for rlje past year, FOR GOOD ROADS thev :;ign, and none of whom shall was here filled his regular appointment at section, was in our town Monday. Tnesduv on his wuy sign any other such paper for 80 strictly up-to-d- ate home. Wb Flat Lick.' Saturdnv mid w....... . Rnnrlnir Suits : r A. C. Carpenter has returned FORMER SENATOR BOURNE another seeking the .same office. wish mm a speedy recovery. At cjose at Factory Cost. If you inks this, you have mi Mrs Elizabeth Harper is sufferRock-tiusV- e I from Sublimity Springs on WOULD SPEND $3,000, 0J0.000 In addition to his name each signer present he is in very bad health ing very bad with rheumatism. your chance. river, after selling his ties TO IMPROVE HIGHWAYS must give the location of his resiWell, the big court WedMiss Hattie Carmical of this place thai got away during the high nesday in Mt. Vernon, started dence sti'eet number if it be in a Car Load Stoves and Ranges and several is visiting friends and relatives at water. Now that dogwood winter, of our citizens ex- city and the date of signing. Washington, April 30. An will attend. Rev. Mt. Vernon. April 23rd., to the blackberry winter and the whip-porwi- T. C. Car Load No peron can sign the nominatDuke filled his regular ap wile ot Mr. John Lewis, a girl. - penditure of $3,000,000,000 for storm is past we will have pointment at the Baptist church, Emery Haves brother oFWiMinm good roads $1,000,000,000 being ing petition ofany caudidate in any Car Load Fence jiice winter now. Cam Mullins, -- , 000, ooo. 000 political party other than Saturday evening and Sunday that of Hayes of this place, who left here construction and candidate for sheriff on the repub S. E. Helbmi has a very severe and went to Texas, some three or for maintenance the investment which the signer is a membei, that Received Car Load of Bran 1 3fea iicket was with us Wednesextending over a period of fifty is to say, any man who is regist case ot rheumatism.-M- rs. J. E. tour years ago, died April 10, of day. J. A, Childress who has had Woodall, or Fertilizers for corn and wheat y in a ered as a Progressive, or who is London, was visiting that dreadful disease, tuburculosis. years, was proposed v.ery sore ijand, 1ms been resting n plan submitted to the joint con. known to have voted as a ProMrs. C. E. Rice, Tuesday. liberal terms to good Farmers, William Kirby is very sick a few days R. B Sums, of PaiJ-- , gressional committee on Feder gressive, cannot sign the petition Married, May r, Mr.- Leonard HOv"s THIS? Mrs Ky & here for a fewdays in the construction of pqs.t of a Republican or a Democrat or rvfruy 10 iuitjs unic oowaer. Mr. aid John Muilius, who has been visitvice versa. Ueofle-OnHundred Dollars Kirby is a son of Frank Jvirby roads by fqrmer Senator. Bmir-neing relatives in Paris for a frw of Oregoi). Candidates GSW Miss Sowder is the eldest daughter M r Bourne's plan provides for secure names for county offices can o have the he rf days, has returned home. Mrs from any precinet Mr. Mccajah Sowder. We on the market. Hugh Hagan is in Paris, Kv., vis- Cau,rhCure they wUh, or all from one precincl Federal and. State F J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo congratulate Mr. Kirby in marry. uanaa iting relatives. Victor Owens lias He also suggests the establishment hut the names from each precinct Ohio ing sjjoh 3 nice girl for a wife returned from Cincinnati after a We, the undersigned, have Rev. C. K. Cfirmical porformed of national schools of highway and must not be fixad in otacr words jew days' visit Leonard Preston, known F. J. Cheney for the fast the ceremony. May their future bridge engineering from wliich the names from each precinct must ew s who was onre a citizen of Brod-liea5 years, anj believe him perfecttrained specialists in road building appear on separate sheets, with moved to Cincinnati a ly honoiahle in all business trans- life be bright and full of sunshiue. would be supphod to the various the name but iffli of the precinct at the top Pied, April Sgth, Mr. Ambros E HHS0nVEflny few years ago, died in that city actions and financiallv able to States. The billion dollar con- of the sheet. KM J;wt Wednesday and his remains carry out any obligations made by Manjs, who had bgn suffering for struction fund, according to Mr. Candidates for office should bo his firm the past eight months of stomach were taken to Brodhead, ThursBourne's plans, would be ap- certain to secure oer 3 percent, NATIONAL BANK OF COMtrouble, at the home of his father. For the convenience of families who can buy in go;d day, for burial. He is a nephew MERCE, Toledo. O. portioned among the States upon of their party vote in the last Mr. Mams was forty one years of quantities, we have added this new department. B, Hayes, of Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken of Mr. and Mrs. J, basis of area, population, as- piesidential election. Otherwise He leaves an aged father the R, J, Lemonds js internally, acting direct)y upon the aje this place. sessed valuatiqn a.nd road mileage, their petitions will be thrown out. LOOK AT THE PRICES: lcod and mucous surfaces of the and mother-- twq brothers and th.ree J, P. E. Drjim-mouin Louisville. The States woujd. he required tu More than ten per cent is equally svstem. Testimonials sent frep. sisters to moarn their loss. HJs Fine attended court at Mt. Ver- Price a. hundred United States as fatal as less than three per cent. 75 centi per bottle. Spld b,y remains were lajc to rest Tuesday deposit in the .Wednesday. Barnard Hagan all druggist. non fifty year 4 per cent Treasury Every candidate from Sheriff to or 65 cts a ba has returned from Clear Fork with Take Hall's Family Piljs for afternoon jn the family bqrryiqg bonds for the amount due them. Constable will have to have a Finest groqn.d. Funeral services were the nicest string of fish that we constipation, made, a hundred The Government would then loan nominating petition. conducted by Rev. Blackburn. have seen this season. Rice Walthe States the par value thereof for or 70 cts a ba MOST PROMPT AND EFFECTHOPEWELL ton is with the surveying gang of BEST MEDICINE FOR COLD road construction, the Governlb. UAL CURE FOK. BAD COLDS Lard, the new railroad at Fast Bem-stad- t. When a drusrpist recnmrnpuri's a. ment raising its fund by the sale Miss Bertha Carmical is very Colonel F. L. Thompson, When you have a bad cold, you (a little more than 9 c a pound.) 3 per remedy for colds, throat and lung of fiitvvear want a remedy that will not only chief among traveling salesmen sick. There was preaching at Mt. troubles, you can feel sure that he cent bonds. J 9c a lb. Pisgah. Saturday and Sunday, give relief, but effect i prompt and Fine quality Roasted Coffee, was with our merchants Mond- - . knows what he is talking about. By crediting e ch State every permanent cture a. remedy that is by Rev. Clouse. Born C. Lower. Druggist, The series of msetings conducted conducted lb. of Marion, 'year with the excess 1 per cent pleasant to take a leniedy that Gran. Sugar for by Rev. G. D. Combs, of Moore-hea- April 24, to Mrs. William Robins Ohio, writes of Dr. King's New "te.est pa.don the State bon(s contains nothing injurious. Corn 90c a doz. Can Ky., is being attended and a ten pound girl, There will be Discovery: "I know Dr" King's and allowing per cent, 90c a doz interest, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 3 accom- preaching at Hopewell, Saturday New Discovery is the best throat "ft meets all these requirements. we hope much good will be the ain0nt. Hundreds of items sold at strictly Wholesale Prices. 90n.pou.nded and lung medicine 1 sell. It cured on. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. and Sunday. Conducted by Rev. my wife of a severe bronchial cold annually, a sinking f u,nd, would, be acts on nature's plan, relieves the plished. Miss James Barns. There was great after all other remedies failed." established, i,t is estimated, from lungs, aids expectcratijon,, opens daughter, Amyx and the secretions and restores the Georgia,h.ave returned from a visit excitement in this neighborhood It will do the same for you if you wm.h the Government would, pay svstem to a healthy condition. the at th.e nd of "y . or any Dr. W.' T. Fran bst Wednesday, over fire, but by are suffering with a cold This remedy has world wide sale Mt. Vernon ro Cincinna-iihrq-- t or lting cough, years and the State would be re-- ! hard work it wa stopped without bronchial, deand pig - the Vft. Vernon dentist, is Keep a bottle qi hand all the time 1'eved of the payment of principal and use,upon. can always be pended Sold bv all dealers.' is chock full Watch Old B. pon-ally- , doing a great deal of damage. for everyoue in. the family to u.se. on lts r'ondS-I- t here for a few days. J. Little Myrtle Evans ot this place, if a home doctor. Price 50c the fi?st trick carpenter at of good So energized are most people Mt. Vernon. Guaranteed by Chas. a is visiting her uncle Robert Evans and $l.oo Y. started for Louisville for N. in the pursuit of their private ends stores and When the near Mt. Vernon. Master Homer C. Davis Tor Infants and Children. She's comirg few day's vacation. Rflan that they forget they have a soul". Carmical of this place, spent Fristart in the spring Donallyj races The Kind You Have Always Bought good Mt. day with his sister Mrs Saphronia to the front gets restless and nothing will satBears the Carpenter at Mt. Vernon. Allen FOR FLETCHER'S AVe are not fooling around. FOR FLETCHER'S merchants isfy him but a few days at the race Signature of of the Adams sold one span of mules to a George Moxley, We are busy as bees. track. I J3iLi Ws&l&l:j I-jJ- JpJS YW0P iW. SPRING and SUMMER 1 W II lift m jib FOOTWEAR S R WW If ! Diamond Brand The LOW SHOES, 10 hIpS II S J! r 1 1 V K- -J x km jt p Dress as Well as the Man Who Pays More .tV-M- e WALK-OVER- tw Iffi ;fcall ",.' m$ n V'drp- .f -- Is; 0 m& iteCau ... :-- u '"' r oelTish tnoupn 1 ie J nt cu-tome- rs. j New Spring Shoes JiSSSbfeftS Selby satisfaction Selby Shoes for Women, $2.00 and up l Jl. Ld JL J -- -- j 1lT SUTTON & McBEE A BIG SURPR About 35 Men's 36 $2.50 t About Men's ll Furniture Just " Fox " to-da- Most ( - e , thwrfnrT T -- Say, Sinners, don't you need a good Cultivator? SOMETHING NEW d, 1 ttnniiiino iaiiSIJ mn niiuiuuuiu ds , Pat. FLOUR $2.60 Pat, FLOUR $2.80 60 Tub $5.50 non-taxab- le d, 25 Can Bag SgS Tomatoes $1.20 hos " CASTORIA UilillJiillLll The From Vernon Children Cry Children Cry CAStORIA CASXO.RIA Z&tf& 1. . MlfcTTifV-rfMil- . WiftrtvTffiiV t rfvrcrjg. ' jarrt aa -- tartta-mI ML Ql'CTI II THE KAVKN SXOftli CONSTIPATION CURED The subject re;:c cioxsA littloj;irl ;it VERNON SIGNAL gooa roaas was of Federal aid for w a leature or tne 'Coluai.ia is credited with writing Dr. King's New Life Pills will meeting ot united Mates uooa Dr. Taylor's anti Snore appii- - this essay. Men are what women relieve constipation promptly nun Friday, May 2, 19 13 your uinveis in neaimy con . mm,... 111 ..1-,. Koaus association, at rsirmingnain ance . will pree.it or overcome' ..rev. ..i IIIUIW, iiiiv xiii Ttin iikrJ.IH.1 liiltlli LillVi ..a.. 1...- set 11 , ol wphIv. DpII .... snoring and that drv ;.iul nnrehed . . dition again Joim Sui-:c., Aln.lnst , , .......... i ana swear, ' uub mev don't o to .o.inuury, ra., say-,- : 'They are , every Friday by omnium oi lie iiinut li. tonue and , Published "... . nrirlnnt nf .;m,tl,nr w.tin! ' throat, so nnnovitig 1'aviinps U tliey woro; ti(. l)ei:t pjiis I uver ussd, and I V ", to ones self l1,Urel1- , EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Highway association was OII hand ., ., ,,f : ., u ,!,., Wt.nA. Thnv nr ndvfce cvmnne In use thi,in fi.r! . .' iivuin vii He and cWn from Clifton Arizona. no.e logical and also niorercousi,lil!lo,1 indigestion and liver! $1.00 others were also at the Ashville. you Will help Hmminent physicians and tlent-- i zoological. Both 1:1211 and women complaint ' UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 23c Recommended by agree that mouth, breathing is N. C, meeting last February. The sprung from monkeys, but the Prici C. Chas. Dais. cause of most throat and on proxv for Kentucky was sent to a Advertising rates made known nose diseases, enlarged tonsils, women sprung Ja- th.r than men". Birmingham two weeks since, by M:!V1 application calarrht atnoiAt aw Yes, a precocious little girl may From the present indication our chief Booster, who was unablp irregular and protruding teeth. I1.1W written the 1 Jt'egoing, but it there will be nothing doing among to attend the meeting. Following The appliance costs St.oo. post souuds a bit too sharp In a'l the Progressives in Rockcastle. OF MEMBER t will please you. of the convention the paid. Try it. events, .sorae precocious married Wodnesday v,a s the day set for KENTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION instructions H- Evans Tayi.OK Executive Committee appointed a laciy with a large experience ,.., m . LUW Uitllll, III '") "11 -IJllI lUJUUI ..-4"'- - ot.. special committee to go lo Wash- doublly ediliul Ciiy to el u , .,. I. Cincinnati. Ohio. r, Cllor.M or iajrity f the to t..e inciou to m ge ongr.-sR,.reu,nce -- lh .uL iNVul Uank. s' precincts ('presented, the meet-- ) . -- - .1 a - T ... -.- . D ON'T BE GROUCHY. ' .,.... .:., ... ,,i;.,,'l,(innts - - .".,. c0l' - , , Don't come in with your mind made up you wouldn't buy a Suit from us at any price or that our Spring stock isn't nice. Don't we know you don't mean it. Come in and smile. AWre worthy of it. And the clothes j - nil-'(,- s .,,, J- ;.,;, 1 v- -. it.-K- uwis , The coin- good loads cause. no ing passed without anything done. TOM COVIOTOT IR ,. mittee consists of United States One of the leader of the Progress-- ! Senator J. II. Bankhead. Alabama. PETITION MAY UK COTTON Is a Dark Bay. bincl points, 10'ive moveinent u,id a Signal repre-- i chairman; Dell M. Potter, Clifton; n and altfcr ANNOUNCED KXTS. , Saturday next. hands high, folded April i'JUS, sentativ that so far as Ariz.; Tom L- Conner, St. Louis. .. Wlly 3 I'd, candiaates tur countv imiby- Allen Quarternmhi, ho'he coull iei. thtre w0uld not be and E. J. Watson, Commissioner o xum ovingiun. isu aam any orgauiz it ion perfected or any dices will get busv with petitions . DEMOCRATIC TICKET. of Agriculture, of South Carolina to AlsiadH, 2nu dam Gray Eagle., ticket placed 1U the fieli cm the ballot. get The petitions We Are Authorized to Announce W. A. TODD subject to Mr. Edward Has, th Fourth necessary under the operations Tom Covington, Jr.. is a com-- j As a candidate for Jailer oTRockcastle the action of the Domocratic party. Aueust Jiri- street harness maker, has a clock of the new State priuntv law lor bined saddle lino harness horse TEXAti WONDER. joary. 1913. Postotnce: Level Green. Ky. which is a mystery. Some month.s candidates seeding p.trty noini He possesses all the Ilvo gaits The Texas wonder euros kidney 1 ...:it t KEPrULICAX TICKET. stni.ij.irc nun1 action. ne.:inrl t,1il?1,5Hr trnnhlf ago it gtit so it wouldn't run and nations, may bo circulated on and ;witii removing . . COUNTY ATTORNEY. er m ravei cures di dittos, weak and " l,uc '"" lu U1P Mr. Ha-,- s alter M.iy 3, and mut he fi'i-he threw it away. Authorized to Announce We Are K. B. THOMPSON picked the time piece up and with the County Clerk not later he:lnl-- "f ,no,i,m and f(,rm: is lame backs, rlieumntis.n and all County Attorney ot Ku. camlMat.-loAn n inn ot the Republican MUtv. Aust sound. irrij,niarities of the kidnesand uleet tat Any iioiuiiiatinsie!U""isS aml placed it on the mantle piece, face than July 3. utt Primary, tola ililS :,, rwl''-- proven himself a Jim j,, iK)lh mcu and women. Regu SHKHIFF. down. A few minutes later it was petition circulate by a caodid ate Ve Aie Authorized to Announce May il, will be worthless 1m(1i co,ts huge sie and spien- - ates bladder troubles 111 children, observed that the clock had raised before CAM MULLINS Aa a cnudidato tor Shenifot Rockcastle subject to up and was standing upon its feet, ""d him from getting on c"" " If not sold by your druggist, will the action ot thelRepubllcan party, August Primary. 1813. l'u cIlanP'n 6 Var old stal- - i)e SeUt hy mail on receipt of 5i. j running perfectly. It has since the primary btlluts We Are Authorized to Announce T. 6 BRANIvAMON continued to run and whenever Tor county ofiices are required to ihon Wl11 lnstk,J Sanson of ifi:-- nl, Qne smaj bottk-- is two months' As a candidate lor Sherirt of Rockcastle subject to noltnof J'm- treatment, and seldom lads to party, Autrust Pri- placed on its face, immediately have on thrir petitions the ssgna- - nv farm " m:, ot the th mary. 1913. 1(1.00 to insure a perfect a (.tire. ..,. II,1J. IV , at Ser.d lor testi- sitsunapain: Uanville Advocat- - tut es of not less than threi "TVc Are Authorized to Announce from this and other states. r i .,0r nvtng coit reason money due mouialn FRANK BAKER Danville is the original pro cent. and nnt ;n pvp A a candidate for Jailer oi'Rockcastle subject to marc is traded or mrted Dr. K. W. Had, iy26 Olive street party. August hibition town of our state and w. ,..,.,1 nf(i,,mi,,"Mi.'. . the uction or the Republican ii. w iu. vwitio ii uuc i.lliv li Pnmiu-y- . 1013. wi,h- t;t!c,'n lo pw'vant ac- - St. I.utus Mo., Sold oj druggist Care have been advised that the advo- which they seek the nomination. We Are Authorized to Announce HARRY JONES cidt'nts hut not responioli;' There it! not the progress being to As a candidate for Jailer ol Rockcastle subjectPri- cate force had three berths on the HUALTHAKAUTOR IN any occur. the action ot the Hepdblican party, August .should water wagon. Probably one of1 mary. 1913. made on l lie Electric Light plan: SUCCESS John W. Hilton, We Are Authorized to Announce them lost his ticket and "fell off'' We sincerely hope that should. JAME8 WINSTEAD Tlu largest factor contributing Ayrtl 11, !!)iy Pine Hill, h subject to Jailer of As a candidate for Republican RockcastleAugust Pri- to hunt it, discoverirg this magic that this opportunity will not ne party. the action ot the to a man s success is undoubtedly mary. 1913. timepiece in his wanderings. allowed to We Are Authorized to Announce health. It has been observed Albert Hamlin is here from Hell J. C. MIZE that a man is seldon; sick when county, and m.vs he is galling some who ought to be interested Juiler of rising tide of public senti- "nis As u candidatt forRepublican Rockcastle subject to The party, August Pri- the action ot the bowels are regular- - he is luury. 1013. a 'nng nicely With lim work there. have uevet showed a helping hand. ment in every state iti the Uuion never well when thev We Are Authorized to Announce sire consti- is demanding Federal legislation pmed M. C. SOWDER P'or oMjvtipntion vu will to As a candidate lor Jailer ot Rockcastle subjectPn- iRsrsrtssiSK'iSgsriis sr&&azEim.j2tm35&m party, August lOOKUIg tO 1110 building Ot National lltld UOtillUg Ulllto SO gnl OS tiieacUouof tne Republican xnary, 1013. rIab!.-ts- . nami:e.lain s rhev not ihichwavs and when couercss shall COUNTY COURT CX.ERK "ly u,OVetIle bowels bl,t impro-- e turn its attention to the solution cf We are authorized to anuouuee 1 appetite and strngthen the di S. F. BOWMAN ST. fi e S I' r?h Or:- -- T RE8ri TZ& ET the problems involved, as it must '.e gestion. They are sold by all g BjLa-as County Court As a caxiajite for Pi mSi ' I Clerk o Rockjcflstle county, subject to the action inevitahlv do sooner or lntpr U'hp- . . ' i 13 I te3i .. S V. t .. & party. August primary 1013. dealers. B of the Republics the people demiuid it, be induced superintendent of schools. Some 'Yesiis aro a citizen of 13 We Are Autho.iwsd to Announce to "commit" Itself tO that policy of this county ,'"", jass tempest ward r bought ten cents A a candidate for Superintendent of Schools ol, OUI1U1I1K roaUS, especially iruniv 11 He re are several reasons why 1 trade Xf.lrr.natl,. Kiifolprt tft th. DRtionoflhe Hnrmblicilii worth of seed corn from a neighparty, Auuust Frtmary, 1913. t lines over the country, then will n rC bor and having but eight cents Store: MAGISTRATE. the high cost of living be JJe Am AnthnHzpr! to Announce in his pocket paid that amount lowered along with that old high w m. sowder and forgot it until next spring As candidate lor .aiacisiraie xzrat iuBsoiienui Kl'X'ArH Quality considered, his price can't District, composed of E. Mt. Vernon and Walnut tariff. Orove voting precincts, subject to the action of the when he had occasion lo call be beaten. piimary election, Aug- nartv treneral i ostg. i&i3. The candidates for jailer in again for more corn from the fj I BIOC.M'SK There are no delays: customers SEPEESENTATIVE. nearly every county almost equal neighbor, his attention was called ; t j Wo Are Authorired to Announce receive prompt attention. the number of all other candidates to thf overdue two cents. Later! rS I V. THOMPSON , ,. As & candidate tor Representative iromtlie 70th Legislative District, composed of the Counties of COmoinefJ It is claimed that the the citizen got back at hi by Hi 1'KCAIJSK -- Tilings we get at Chas. C. Davis' Laurel auu xocKcasue. suoject to tne itepuuiicuu PrimaVy. Aueust 2. 1913. Store are all right. 5o percent increase added to the charging 25 cents fot two hours We Are Authorized to Annoucne jailers allowance for boarding use of his fence wire stretchers. W. J. HOWARD JK 'A USE Things that go wrong bought at jm acanuiaaie jor xiuvrebeuiauve injui iUn ivui Leeislattve District, composed o the Counties of prisoners IS the C3USC Of the in " Chink's" place will be made right. m.Tr.n,r.rrr lv S. i a.'Vl, V ii U Prtmary. Aucust2. 1013. fot offlcMtWhor- - (.r(;ase lmml)er of applicants for WUiN Ul'iKl' -' The poor man's dollar is worth just U Buckien's Arnica Salve is , carrying the jail keys. much at Charley's place as the rich man's. as known everywhere as the No one needs good roads quiet ' The seventieth legislative dis- - remedy made for all diseases ofbest the BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store I so badly as the progressive farmer. trict composed of Laurel and Rock-- . skln- !imJ aiso tor bums onuses w Hvevy deal is strictly confidential. The mud tax fall heavily on him eastle counties, will have three and boiis Reduces inilanimat'oii and is soothing and healing. J. and the longer the distance he! BECAUSE- - Chas. C. Davis is never grouchy if j .'or in Nc- "n i:j. ....." i of : haul his products and his vember. Democratic. Konnhlican T. Sos,aman. publisher ..- News, i inust you don't buy. tn t. nf ' .wi. i.i.u supplies the heavier is the btirdeu , . .'( laud Progressiye all furnished by one box helped his serious skin Try Him. Av Phon M i"1 Si A writer in the Southern ailment after other remedies lailetl. Laurel. Only 2ac. cnlturist says: Rocomuiend'ed by V&S2S5&L ?35wgggaas,giaggTgg!5 "Better roads make a better! The Progressives of this county Chas (J Davis. country by determining the kind will probably pat a full ticket in " of business it will do and by de the county races this year. termining the kind of citizens it will have. Good farming calls for LIVED MANY YEARS JN NOWLEDGE M4D ROCKCASTLE COUNTY quick and cheap transportation;1 people demand schools The following announcement, Otherwise called " Tf-IKSOW HOW." and and churches that are easily ac-- ; which was mailed us in. March cc H-.WILLINGNESS TO PRODUCE." cessib.e and a social life in the reached tin's office esterday, an-- , country. The road plays an irn-- ! nouncing lhe death of Rev EL.' THE GREBES SEAL people have portant part in all this. There-- , Warren who was well known to fore.it is not strange that the j the large majority of the people in the necessary KNOWLEDGE r? better class of immigrants usually this county. ' and the good INTENTION .shun the section that hasn't good Rev. F. L. Warren, who was roads and isn't interested in build jborn in Pulaski county, in iS2o ing them: that the more enter- - died after an illness of several' prising citizens finally give up i weeks, near the village of Whitiugi trying to improve things and go jackson county Kansas: on! H where the roads and other public ; March 2 19l3 N d . Formula on every package. utilities are better and that good lJarffe portion of the residents o) pstglllilll SMI roads with other things that they Pulaski and Rockcastle counties FOR SALE BY bring help to keep a large perceut will remember Rev. Warren ai CllliJjiLLUM mmuT MiTiituimMf imoti 1 of the young people for the farm." one of the frontier Baptist There are many farmers who do preachers of those counties. He not seem to realize the value of was ordained to the gospel minis good roads. At least they make try in I87O, at the Pittman Creek no appreciable effort to bring church, Pulaski 'county. I j Hei and many, of lived in Rockcastle countv fori about improvements them violently oppose any practi about 25 years, taking an 'active Some of part in the preaching of the cal plan of betterment. gs mi iani 3ii.inriUXlfi jhUBsssanfmrfuzpz thi Kentucky counties, among pel, serviug both as clerk and Why the Electric Weld is the them Rockcastle and Whitley', moderator of the association. Most Effective Fence-Joi- nt made have endeavored to issue bonds Rev. Warren moved to Kansas in Electrically welding joints eliminates the fence. Electricity is the only medium for building highways, but as a the spring of 19o8. To the very-las-t innumerable exposed wire ends, and which truly amalgamates metals makes farming communities .rule the he said he vvauted to go to does away with sharply and tightly two wires one. As we use it, the which would benefit most by the the pulpit and preach one more one wire against another, which vanizing is piled around the joints, improvement are all but unani- sermon. He knew full-wehe the galvanizing. The Electric ducing a one-piefabric with absolutely There was saved to serve, but the service mous in their opposition. Weld makes every ounce 'of wire count dependable joints. . Electrically "Welded o is no more equitable or efficient of his master was the pleasure of for strength and durability no wasted fence-join(patented) are used only in wire, no useless weight dragging down "Pittsburgh Perfect." m:thod of constructing roads than his life. Those of his immediate 1 Mode In Piffcrent Styles for FIELD, FARM. RANCH. LAWN, by a bond issue, but Kentucky family who survive him are his 15 7 -Veay AVOQ flliaV!ntfeA CHICKEN, POULTRY and RABEIT YARD and GARDEN Voters, so far, have not been able wife, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Cress Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade to see its advantages. of Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mrs. Lucy you that some other1 fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. No scheme ot rural uplift will CressrBird City, Kas., Mrs Fannie "Pittafcurgh Perfect" Brands of Barbed Wire; If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write Bright, Annealed & Galranizcd Wire; Twijted ever be successful that does not Logston, Nortonville, Kas , Mrs. .re; fence JB0HHE-for FREE copy of our ALMANAC, 1913 Cable Wire: Hard Spring Coil Staples; Poultry Nettintj Staples; Rcsulcr Wfro contemplate the improvement of Eliza J. Cress, Whiting, Kas., Nails; Galvanized Wire Noils; Lares Head Aus-burn- , Pittsburgh Steel Co. un- Mathew and Billy Warren, Roofing Naiis; Single Loop Bale les; PitU the roads. Better roads ' t?r..r,rr- - All made o' Open. l. Kas. The fnneral services Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania a better make questionably Hearth material. were conducted by Rev. M. W. "lV.i5S3ffiSiHMW,-.country. In fact it is well nigh Ballenger, pastor of baptist church rjV.J scsxmu; t&StO'S3S3EBS3&Ljr titMsSittstsSci: VMnaDai impossible to improve a country Whiting Kansas. Text RevelaWmmr tions j.4-without improving its roads. , . - are, too. SPECIALS I IN $15.00 SUITS $15'. 00 Suits that luucdi right out for happiness. $15. OU Suits that echo Springtime from every seam and button. ....... . -- f ! r e v lit-h- ately $15.00 Suits well, what's the good of telling you all about them here in the newspaper when we're SLTRE you will come in and look them over 1 y , j fy Cnn-Hdate- s : try one on, maybe and let your wife see how well you and lhe clothes become one another. (rot a wife I .- - - It's back . a happy world, this full of - -- I grand things, if you will only smile And the $15.00 Suits are great helps to happinos. j E. L. qyc$pox&. w Cockrell Livingston, Ky. i - O' - . j 2L-,- i. - -- L, i , 5 3e3cpcxcs5e35fi23 GRANVILLE OWENS j I X -- UNDERTAKER Davis' Drug I I g Brodhead Ky i ' COMPLETE LINE CofiQns, Caskets and Robes, Mail. Telecrmnh nv ToIp. phone orders PromDtlv n Filled. I I i I ii S&Src&ccgneacc :3foec9tooc3f53eefoccae3 - j . nn-imiir- .,,.. - 3 6-- THE PEOPLES BANK stands for methods which make financial histitntion of positive value. The management of this iiistiuition recognizes that strength, above all eke, is an absolute essential factor in the conduct of every bank. Furthermore, an intelligent appreciation of the individual requirements of patrons is necessary to make its service to them what it really should be. to this theory, The Peoples Bank hns enjoyed a substantial growth, l)oth in number of depositors and in the volume deposits. Bank with us. ' t ' ' ITENTSO! up-to-da- te E E Consistently and steadfastly adhering ' ' THE TJ. PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. President. Viee.-Pres. Green Seal Paint will Convince Yoh G. BAKER, J.IVR. DRUMMOND, jits F.L.THOMFSQN,Jr., Cashier. CLAUDE C COX.Ass't. Cash For Sale by J, B. N R t. Vernon, Ky J?IS1LS s D Pitt sffiwg;It ta Frflt it ce ts -.-- JONAS McKENZIE SELLS SELZ SHOES THE gal-bendi- ng pro-crac- ks ll "ROYAL BLUE" IF you is to your interest to examine the Sek line before you buy need a good pair of shoes it , I...-- w JONAS McKENZfE MT. VERNON, KY. Cir--- .i (( 13. MT "r ' " "" irnimipwiwfc -- ,k flysinger & Burton, sold to Canon McWhorter, of Paint Lick, II) hogs at 84 cents and to Mt. Vernon, Ky. May 2, 1913 Garner Price 82 head of sheep at W. A. Uox has opened his cjal d. . 30 per head, up "No. 79" when TrtCall wan to Communis T7 Q bank and says he will operate in y you with SIGNAL i, J? full blast this summer. 1 j onto The Giaded School and the P. Krueger is figuring on build-- ! Laugdou Memorial School closed! ing on the lot where his store house ior me weex 111 oraer mau mo teachers might be able to attend burned several years ago. the educational meeting1 at Some forty or fitty went over to Brodhead. Wednesday evening to Louisville Nashville R R.Co. Circuit Court Convened See the olay, Latane Cashtou, the ' closing of the Graded School with Judge C. D. Newell, of TIME TABLE. 4.59 p m A recent order of oost master n,i" sv,ue- - hPei ,ai Jua5e presume 22 acrtn Attorney M 24 norm 353 a m general provides that undelivered Commonwealth's 11:38 a id '13 south cards shall be returned toarvls arrived on the noon train. as. J small crowu was in town, 21 South 12:19 am ,.Mrc only those who had business were Jas. Landrum, Agent. The Com meacial Club, the banks hi re. The docket is light and it Phone No. 8. and busiuess men should combine is very likely that court will not and offer prizes to boy corn raisers hold longer than a week. The Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice this year. mail matter. following gentlemen were selected as seconil-clab- s be iueau to his wife as jrrorfi A man can all the year, but she evens up with PERSONAL GRAND JURY Judge Alcorn attended court uim when spring house cleaning J W. Baker, foreman, O. 3 . time arrives. this wtek. Hf sum. Icshua Botciuc. F. M. Next Friday afternoon there Hurst, Lemmie Sigmon, H C. Fred Owens has returned from will be a demonstration by Miss Tvlrby, Geo Robert Kvan, W A. Cincinnati. Mrs W. L. Richatds is in Louis Wanzer in the Domestic Science Taylor, Joshua Parrett, W. A B room of the dormitory. Davis, William Henry Gentry, ville shopping. Mr. Garnet t Fans, at.d Miss Louis Owens. Mrs. V. J. Sparks is in LouisPETIT JURY No. 1 ville lor the Educational convention. Lula Mullins were married, at the home of the bride, at Latomu, on Mat Owens, Sr., Allen Adams, Attorney E. R Gentry, attended exercises at Brod-liea- April 19th. The bride is a daugh- Mitchell Cummins, Garfield Clark. commencement ter of Mr. and Mrs. B C. Mulhus John Childress, F M. Sexton, last Tuesday evening. Old Blue Back Speller, Like W. EI Sowder, J. A- - Anghn, J Prank Longmire and Ben Griffin were up from Chester, Tenn., and 3 our graud father studied fifty W. Mink, W. M, Sowder, John ears ago. For cents or by Price, P. Q. Griffin, epent 5nnday with homelolks PETJT JURY No. 2 Mr. and Mrs. V. G. McBee, mail 18 cents LIoyu Mauet, Mt. Vernon, ft. B. Ramsey. Raymond Dowell spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs Ky. Cummins, W. M. Payne, D. B, Southards, at Stanford. Bill Sams. Jje Koberts, Kylvau Wat-o- n and The woods are more than ful .Mrs. Charlotte Snake any little B'jrdes. Albert Allen. Jarvis Noe, Miss Rebecca, are at of candidates. daughter, meeting old bush and four or five will .James Brock, Coleman Bijrdette, tending the Educational tumble out smilugly requesting W. M Meadows. in LouisvciJe. Mrs. Panuiie Joneaand daughter your support. Moral. Don't viSome few weeks airo tbe store Littk: Fatenia, of J;ast Bernstadt, brate aqy ljniblets or tw'gs. house and tbe iroods of James W. visited her .daughter Mrs. Cas Cox Have you read announcement of Brown at Ottawa, this county, wa .Ust c the week. Miller and Beazley on last page? burned. On the building and Davis, V. C. Tate and Ji not don't fail to do so. Votf Oias. C. od there was !?Soo, insurance, F. t,. Thompson. Jf--, were in Stan- want to know something of M. which wan piumit., p,-jby the ford. Wednesday evening to see Doun 3625, the Jfiue stallion, which Citizens Fire Insurance Cotupati . .bey have in charge. the biff minstrel. Later it developed that Brown B.5 Tones Fish and sister, Mrs. 8, ; .ea' vices .a the Baptist Reg&lw bu guitc i lot of goods supposed jtfc&enzie, and little brother. MashUicJj, mprnjny fud evening, von Jo ba'tbose tpeif irom );e store, ter Rcbert are in Louisville for the Sunday, May 4th. Sunday ?cjopj! stored away in hi dwelling. Ihe Educational meeting. 10 a in. lioin'wg subject, "J,oeph piattfj. was reported to the State Beuiaii Lewis and Annie and His EnenneV' Rvinjng sub- jre mari-Ldf- , Misses wjfo tmfi',edlajel T. French, of Wildie, visited their ject, "The Lord and the Leper." sent Fef.i and Evans, it slants Utile cousin Jack Fish, at Hhip public cordiallv invited. from state llro marshal's oflice to Miss Benlafr plac last week. ii.vestiga'e and searcbing tbehouse N O 'f i c . ' Tne Democratic jodeot'er on the Shetland pony County Committee .vlU tfje,Q; in the found between $200, and $300, in which is about the size of anew Court House 7. worth in .Mt. Vernon, 'fues. f(jer(.;apdise and abovit Joundland dtg. day, May 6th, ftt JQ .o'clock a. m. pf j. S. stamps, vhicj are up lissMcCord, Miss Rowiee and Important business. posed to belong to the postoffice, Miss Robertson of the Brown Wbjc FJroyn fept in tbe building G. C Fish, Memorial faculty; Prof, fc'vjne. and which, witn nil tlie stamps, was County Chairman. Misses Waters. Clark and Uc- reported to have burned also. Ferron and Mrs. Fwnback of the Announcements of candidates in Brown at first denied that the Graded school, Mrs E. R. Gentry and we goods frUss Eugene Fishback and I, M.,1 .this paper is a cash rfeal wtre in the house hut later jyijll asi erpdh, for e (Grig; of the Quail section, colfl-tU- trust no sne claimed that his Cash of those sueb work, Announcements uoj. Sifcf. .50 far as reported brought the goods therp. Because .attending .the Educationol Con- paid for, will pot 'wp carrjed; so of certain repqrtstbat are b,eing cirtention at Lci'.usvHle please do not ask credit. J'a$;t ex- culated felatjve to conduct of Cash, Jfcdge and Mr. R. G. Williams perience has taught us that poi)ti a brother of Brown's and bis wife, arid wvj7 Richard, Jr . fit Ft. Mitchcal announcements are uncertain Wbjcb if tine deserves the severest ell. .U t?t Friday for Mf.tfgrnon Ky.. to he jsesent at the natal s-- J assests, when charged on the book. crhielem, yrpat feeling exists bewiiimm s niversary of Jgage Mjs. Miltt Tavlor was thrown tween Brown and bis arrangement mother. A happy has been tasde by t,ht children of Jrom a horss uGfir the residence of Cash. Peel and evaus were before Mrs. William to meqt at the .ojld Mr. H. J. Mullins Ti.eedsV; and the grand jury Tuesday Hying to .a checking l homestead and r VdiJj.' jnjured The horse beca'cc ecure indictments against Brown parting 2.s : be niters 'Jaer three rightenea st g wagon, and turned and Ins wife, ',yjtb Cash as one of j,core and ten ycaES. CfniJnuati Suddenly, which causer Jjer to tbe prosecuting witnesses. .Visa (Sunday) Enquire. knr hpj balance. She was pn con- yera, Brown appeared before tbe LOCAL sarnie bodj. rlaiming bis iunocence scious fQr ? UtfQ and some is felt that sJjg suffered and placing tbe bureu, on Cash. L,uttvrr Cummins has a very sick , internal injuries. A later report As yet no indictments have been child. n returned and from the best is Harve Damron has a child very says she doing very njcely. jt jo.jks like, obtainabfe .sick, with pneumonia. The Woman's Glub was delight- fkat firown and bis wife p.nd Cash Mrs. Cleo Brown has received fully entertained last Friday even- will al lhfve to prove their inuo Mjss pence before a Jury. Iter appointment as postmaster. ing by Mrs Albright, Peel and. will take charge as soon as Rowiee and MU Wanjsr. The ftvanp Iftft Mt. Vernon, oij She tbe p; she receives her commission. evening was opened by musjc o'clock train VVednegdr,y for Rich-wbe'they appeared before tbe Dr. G. B. Lawrence has lost from Miss Sparks. Mr, Watson read "An Old Sweetheart 01 Federal court yesterday to secure Sfour horses, within the past two months, including his valuable Mine" which was followed by an indictments on tbo post office .address, on Education by Prof. charges. Whatever the situation Stallion-Tog- o. the principal may be, it is a pretty nasty state Smith of Berea, aged 2i Mies Sallie Hasty, A song speaker of tbe evening. daughter of John Hasty of Wildie. by Mr. Tate ended tbe program, of affairs fiom start to finish, and "Let it be tbe truth or a lie it will died Saturday night from the affects after which a social hour was btt mtghty bard to reconcile.' of an overdose of morphine, supduring which ices and cakes Capts Peel and Evans are doing' posed to have been taken with were served. great work hunting cown the suicidal intent. bouse burners in Kentucky and in If Colonel Dick Knott had ust EVANGELISTIC MEETINGS. a little over one year have put been io Mt. Vernon a lew hours Beginning tomorrow, Saturdai' sevontpeu In tile pen and. have a yesterday morning he would have soon fouod out about bow many evening, at 7.40 o'clock, in the dozen or more on the road: eood warm friends the Louisville Presbyterian church., will start a There are mighty few crcoked Evening Post has in this neck of short series of evangelistic meet- fires occur that the people don't tbe woods. Since he was not here ings, conducted by the t, know it but being unable to prove we sincerely trust that the Post Rev. 0. C. Brown, for' it, the matter passes by without representative Mr. Peak will give merly of Lancaster. any airing In the courts, and the tbe ''big man" a true report. Mr. Rrown made his first visit to result tbe burning of houses for . Following is program lor next Mt. Vernon two years ago when the insurance has become a very meeting of Commercial Club, Presbytery met here. He is not profitable business with some in Tuesday, May 6th: Our Natural Resources. Dr. A. only jt strong gospel preacher, Kentucky, which has about the G. Lovell How to get a Fire but a speaker of great personality worst fire record' of any state in Brick Plant, for Mt. Vernon, E: and power. the unjpn. for Albright Suggestion S. People have been looking forAdvertising during our fair, C. D. Tbe Pongo post office has been Sutton and E. R. Gentry Mt. ward to Mr.Browns coming to Mt. and 20 years ago, C. Vernon for some time, and it la discontinued, but at' vet no in Vernon, now C. Williams "United we stand, regretted that his stay here will be structions have beeu given as to Divided we fall, L. W. Bethurum limited to about one week's time, where the mail for people of It takes, a live fish to go up He will preach every night next locality should be sent. Wg that tak stream, C. C Devis. All mem a11 are most cordially it that Cedarville is the closest are requested to be on hands week. and bers invited to tne meetings. office. pr omptiy at 7:30 p. m. MT. VERNON SIGNAL The announcement of W. Howard for .representative pears in this issue. J. ap- - PANAMA-PACIFI- C INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN, FRANCISCO, '41-102j 1915. I FM&mgm. AwikA' .yf X. "3"fc.v'tvkz . WEES&fcSS m- - 3f3i9 err r w .i .j.,m.wv2 , &-- 455&. "5 1 vjasar-mm M.A v fS.AT.Trvr r-- v .".rg-yy- 7 V7 ""S5-- , T'XA'V" s , . x. fg.t--& . XTil-)sX-2-?Sn"n... wmSSfiflt m .!ii?cy yyc Ti:.."iw iwWfSWffjTBtfreWNA sal " v "t f "- - 'vxi j SA m&iBm. VXV' ASS A M a , ir-z- M nzvrzzzrztazr m.&2 &f .mm-nipmMWMm,f &ftmpm2g3& : r &rmz&w,&i w ni v i J In--- i 2.3 a ft- -' .. 'Si- fb l ! -- :' - 5i k l "z ..f 1 r. j - rr rL V-- v xr." ;: . c ' venv. iztt irtw'ijf 'afcwF.vYii-.fl- wm$mimmA mm) st s. a h u itm: MjBarq f iw'-- t , t s f j r 2to"J&6Zz&itt&SS ..? Mx. &' ! i Vk pMm a ri fA.-- - 4 a f ! : ? -- ", '-- - Ss5? ,4 . it t I, H -' , il d, I ms tf IvV-'- ? t - I - u Is - varKM. zj civjkj5---' vS3S!SEaMSSsa8SJiK3i3-- p 3 i 'J tr ;--5 c Jo-wa- h - v "l? ;J ppjrlehl. 1913. by Panama Pacific lntr!ytrt..( iUppgiilon. echo tower In the estJQ Court. tho Court, Wlh A.N its pvemeubs of gold, its or Kustbanks of At night autj East lfty palnn. great flower?, i'.a vill he flooded wjth light Muslral nmstcrpiecei of th.e .nii, will be Tvn SuitjU by tho clilrues in the towers. Great saengerfests and choral festivals wljl assemble upon the floors of the court. In the Festlvo Court, the vlbltoi will Lehuld a vision siuj'.issing tho rlehust dremnh of Oriental or ilcWibh arciiitecture. Tno floors of this court will be in tosselated pavements of sold In the center of the couit will be r.reat groups of sculpture with dancing nymphs and satyrs There will be g.cat fountains upon v.h'ct. maic lights w ill play at night and at night this mystic court, h r,U uihei a. will "be flooded by a glow of indirect light which win roavinWo a bright moonlight At the south end of tbo nmn ue a nugo tower 270 feet In height in milieu wui ua a great ojgdn with ficno org-uiin ssnjaller towers of the court 7lit' Keste ifjourt will ho u court of mtiijo, of ncting. and svmiJhonlc d.mcinsi many of the great pageants of Oriental nations thr,t ij Hero will take pait during the exposition: here too will come man of tto in.....!,,, from the amusement center, which will be deigned, Vi VlK sVyra from tiio nion siioiis d1i.isf" or lr v. v . fcS Tw-- gglf t-- v Y s AvMycy .MiNaMaasBaBa t. -- r?l 9 'S 1 Xa, ,li 2SJES2SES53gaE3S22SSs'SSSa ; s IFvoue thmfcxn about anew Sorincy ouu ana waai one rnai win give you style PANAMA-PACIFI- C INTEaAT!ONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRAKftioCO, 1915. .--i ' - " and satisfactory service and will not cost too r ixiucn, come ana see us. A -- 7 ?' j-- .j A . 5JCI' ? 4 viit 5 TL 3. ,hJ2Utfssr- .S5fei '-- von oun save Irom .... I to THIS STORK Avill copvinco you JpZ Ol) t bo a Suit liy lu nu tkit ? ' t.i,-t t. nw w . " . a.-- r' z.t 1. r.- Guaranteed "i ?z FISH'"S C H3tS Sil SPECIAL SDlTS son-in-la- tyi. tf.. wjjjjjviiCCA'Wi'WJWXir!-B:,0tJP.'?"j 1' f ;" :hsSa. :m mm anrriprlsssifs!? I KSfsr? t .iT!i irmm c ; suip-y -- nvA-y- i,. " ",lf Hats of cloth, felt or straw, e'vo iner -- Imwii -- iwh n lint line of Painuims tinci)litir:iids and Milan straws. An t)k' and i.e. - Z'VJSSryj.'jt 3 , k is"Jt J vv' - iS'-iv- va '' r-r-oifr. EffiESKEaftESS ? 5Kra-nfltn- E iH i f c 1 i , jjyfrsti t . fi!u?g ku. 5' 1 ur.i l,M: j K7' W 3(3'7 ik , 2 .rHPjsrwwJpKS.SH ULrSS "Sc ?',' k.: Vb? ,2Sft' Zi.er, jaJaun,v,vr aj.ttJ- Ai. Interna ftKTiczsEgsaes; -- "J7 - ?r -- J rr'wpTrBgz-Trr-- Furnishings - Underwear, Belts, Shirts, HoseT I g son-in-la- w gifr-she- appre-twiicjo- n infor-niatio- the Motor Building at the Panama-PacifiInternational Exposl tion This stiucture will be one 01 the laigest of the exposition palaces approximately 'J75 feet fiont by S00 fee' deep, covering about 210.000 biiuaic f'et or moie than five acres. The dome, which surmounts the center of the front j ortion of the building, is 131) ieet high and sui mounted with a turret composed of the prows of modem motor boats, each carrying a searchlight 'inib point will he used by Mr Kyan the chijf of illumination of the eposi-pofor the put pose of lighting up the grounds and adjacent buildings. Other .joi'f'B ;(t i'if but-- of the building will convf, Hogniically. the uses of 'gs ,mj pti.y!(' iiirijunicjl ueviees which compose the motor. Us noderuiiy is ih ii:niony win; the nature of the exhibits which U will house jjiwl its triumphal chaiauer is emblematic of thnt tilninpb of mofiorn trar.i T!(( gipiu' pf rcatuar siivmounting the attic jiodatjou, tiio antomobilp i.jl! be alltgprjcdljj out to typify the triumph of the motor over the ,'lepients. Thp m.siii group in front will be a sort of quadriga of automo-Oih-tlii' coiKicest over tbe land On tho sides will be allegories respectively, typifying the victory over ;i tjit pifiir bO'U fiJJ t(e the tea aiul air On eitlK'i tide of the entire length of the building there will friers 1U feet high in has relief, giving the history of transportation ftoro he ih. ".nl log cait jp to the most modern dcvplcpuieiii of the automcbila D LS1U.N' of ilj Arrow Collars, Ltr. ti I'unama-l'acltl- ln il nposltlon c i'lic very ltc- -t makes at the most least niable prices: f M n Wo make a specialty of ' Fitting the Feet." Hrinir yours in todaviand let ssasssssasna lss lit a jiair of IHOSt Styles $4, new Spring Oxfords on them Shoes IW s W a 1 i-- a elec-!ik'- LOOK FOR THE SIGN OP THE FISH -- b s. tM-ifjit- g 11 srrarairaK ftu3 rl A tt,Xf-&iry&&L?mnpfcitt?&t&v&K& r ?Ki i.1 tr- -- . i iSf Jvf-,-?S- . ..i z y 1. S 81 T ...CC3 3s .i" Xl wy - W4r &7 a !K I i PAriASAKcir SAM 'hrrtNV FRANCISCO, 1915. r n.,.ft rxui ijwr' v vljzz-- liSksi S" r" !;? 3 r iu; sj&ja w ft k'SO TttE ? ickKXiifiss HOME Of GOOD CLOTHES. zztztzzm&m r m wi5-v-- s ma kss BsaasggwgSB Neglected wounds produce olil sores and these in time develop ulcera which eat away Fi the vitality k eu-joy- ed MZ ,'. I . . l- VIA IS OW F5-35- awards 9 1.11 Is a HeaHng Rsmsdy for Al! Ailments of iVlsn and Beast. the u merit Of Many-chroni- Pastor-Evangelis- Copjrlsht. 1913. Jy Panjuna-racin- ? Iatfrnfttlonal Kvposltlon. gALL, flore the conventions of the world will meet in 1915. will be 330x200 feet, with greatest breadth of 2S0 feet, the latter being taken up by tbe wings. A vast auditorium with a huge stage will be a feature of the Btructuro. FESTIVAL n The speed rlth which this splendid liniment heals up a bad wound or sro nis surprised and pleased those who were accustomed to t 'uower and uncertain effect of less powerful remedies. It in St the lacerated flesh so quickly that there is but littlo tir j i :t from work. In relieving rheumatic pains, neuralgia, sciatica, it has done and 13 doinc a. wonderful work. vict'rrs of these diseases have found to their great satisfaction that it cures an attack la a fraction of the time required by the ordinary treatment. It Is equally effective in the flesh ailments of animals. Owners of blooded stock value it highly for two reasons: It heals sores and wounds quickly, and leaves no disfiguring scars. This remedy is needed in every home. If Its great power and efficacy was generally known, no family would bo without It. When a man gets so everlastingly seltisn that he is not willing to help on any tuihlic enterprise but "wants the qthr fellow to do all tbe doing, and him get his portion of the proceeds, that kind of a man is worth but littlo to a community Fortunately those of that clas are sooner or later spotted and placed in tbe class to which they proper! belong. J. E. Howard, of Crab Orchard' Ky., whose record from the cradle till now has been one of unsurpassed sobriety aud humility escaped un hurt from under the slashing knite of Jim Rogers will still be found, at his home, at King's Crossing; in Rockcastle county, altendiug his stallion and jack. Price 256, 50c ared $1.00 per Bottte. JAMES F. DULLARD Fac?nincn ST. Laws, no. Sore Eyes. Stcpliecs Eye Salve la a Bofe and speedy iHnn jySoLoAMo RgcoMMgMproBv)! ' rmeIy for P5 Sold by CHAS. C. DAVIS. Oh.il dr eh Advertisement, May 2-- 3t CASTO R1A CASTORI A FOR FLETCHER'S Cry Cliildreix Cry ' FOR FLETCHER'S ( r t r tA)TiHiriTKy - i iiiiiimMjjHKnHit' H'W.wwn ".'" v " .. -- .i. :M.?:M rf.rmc nf rlifnscs. sn reads SDOnCV teCt, COIICri" iiiw .iiv..k- ' .w ouTliod and pofcons us with typhoid and cholera. The mosquito with tnea inject of eonramp-t- s our veins malaria end yellow fever. The bacteria The blood bite '"Jf" ",l" for us to brcaihe into our lungs. vcinsTud arteries is our protection. It should contain flows through Xr b, of ward;nf5 off these disease GoSn Medical Discovery is a blood medicine and alterative Dr golden teal. without alcohol, a pure gljcerie extract of bloodroot has . root, inandraWe and stone t enjoye root, blood influence-t- he fluence of this extract is like Nature s the is bathed in the tonic which gives life to the blood increased fires of the body burn brighter and their vital actiwty consumes the tissue rubbish which has accumulated during the winter. JL. TKri . -- Arp fhft Fiv and Mosatdto Danerous?-! GOOD RESULTS FARMERS' LOSS IN THE PRINTER MAN. Whether it blow? or whether it Knows the seaon comes una tbP season goes; the crops get sick the farmers blue the storekeepers kick and the lawyers sue: the preachers preach and the sinners sin and cares beset the souls i f men. But thiough i all the printer prints; he saves and saves and stints and stints; the winds may rave and the floods may rol and drouths break through from pole to pole; but the printer man, he prints and prints; saves and saves and stints and stints happy, happy, printer man; he do s the very best he can stickpress, he ing type or twisting trusts to luck and does his best. Exchange. A LITERARY CUROSITY. gg lBBt u. I FROM WEBB LAW Anti-Saloon SOUTrMS GREAT Lack of Co-operation ysm?, 2.Ji I' T i r 31 r irnrvii ,"wdT M LS tae iS pl &3 C3 V a1 SsV fw SrSTSS League Members . i--J HTU Hsjj' m a.: H S M T S3 bLSSJH "i -- of kentucky to See That Declared Tor Infants and Children. It Is Enforced DRY TERRITORY TO to Be the Cause. BE DRY !&tJl Mfii iiSW C2-- - IyS? j&JLv " tt v"'l"3ri.vvVi Z rv ,7 Y k.. l IJ 't y M. Macuihe. Esq. china in Ncwnrk. "Alxmt forty veers asro while Kaguibc. of New Jersey I had Home. National Military . "writes McTmiciiaui. to Kansas City and in the aprinc of 1877 the chills and kveTrcatiraeJ. Dctorsand everythi-W- , I tried failed to do me Bood. Anally I saw Br. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery advertised. Itook In about a year afterward one bottlb of it and the chills vanished. bottle and have never had That is ilie r'nlls about twelve i ears betore 1 started to Medical li.jCoerj'. arc wr . Dr. Vitrei? J Piczscn -- EXPERT GIVES FIGURES. The Kind You Have "Ira Always Bought g Fusy' ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT. Aegc!ab!ePrcpara(tonfcrAs-sirnilaiiii- rer UfsTJTllrorufco. J ZCot :e.o Efforts To Be Made To Have Enacted in All States Laws Similar To the Kentucky Statute, Which Prohibits Express Companies From Carrying Liquor From Wet To Dry Territory. Special. of Anti-Saloon Professor Coulter of Census Bureau Has Compiled Some Startling Statistics on Annual Loss Sustained by at Southern Farm ere Versailles For Past Year a Success. m X! O w ihcFcotlantlRegtia ling Utc Stomachs amlBcmclsGT Bears the Signature of Prorao(csDi!esRonkerFj!- - The triumphant exultation the leaders of the league over the enactment of the Webb law is manifest in many directions. An active worker and prominent Kentucky member of the league, when recently asked concerning the effect of Will make the eason of 1913 in our care at $12 5i to insure a living tho law, made the following statement: hope for great and good recolt, money due when colt. is foaled, mare traded, sold or bred to other "Wefrom sults the Webb law, and we instock. Due care will betaken to prevent accidents, but not responsi- tend to see that it is enforced. ".It Is not so much the bootlegger and ble should any occur. In offering this very high class horse blind-tige- r peddler that we were aftr feel safe in stating that he is the greatest horse that ever Service we when we asked congress to pass the .slood in this county. A foal black with tarand hmd ankles whito, went) law. i ne local state autnon-tie- s can always get after them, but I.I54 hands high, a perfect model in form and style. Goes ail the means of : what we want is some gaits with speed and action, and a fine breeder. See padigrae below ping shipments for personal use.stop( Mack Eajrle 74 "What is the use of our going to Hlock Squirrel 5S the effort and expense of voting a Mollie 70 county or a state dry if every man in Clio: lei- - Dare 10 such territory can order and get liq( Dave Akin 775 uor shipped to him for bis own use Nannie Garrett 472 ! (. nannie and the use of his friends and family? f Dijjuit Dare It is this practice which we intend to Win. Welch Re;;. No.lDS-- J break up. Welehinont 1 O "Where a territory is voted dry, wa 1 Li.ziinont ft Intend that it shall be really dry. I Abdullah Messenger u "We demanded of congress and seI Dam of Gill's Ver-- ( Duni cured the passage of the Webb law mont. i alter years of effort, and we have no f Black Eagle intention of letting a stream of whisky O Black Squirrel 5S 1 Q flow Into dry territory protected by Mo.lie 70 r Red Squirrel the excuse of a right to get the stuff fTheShauklin horse for personal use. Hadress 45S "It is this very personal use traffio ljuds Lightning which we intend to stop. Re". Xo.5492 1 fConover's Elastic "If the country is to be taught temNat Brown 81 perance by our efforts, this shipping of (.Hennie liquor to the homes must be stopped. Dan This is the logical attitude of the 'I ot Traced lo0S20 ( league. (. Wicks Chief "Having, as we claim, the right to secure the regulation of the people in their personal habits, so far as the use not only in of liquor is concerned public, but in their homes we will MT. VERXON, Klr, seek to use the strong arm of the law In enforcing our plans. "To this end efforts are being made ,to have enacted in all the states laws similar to the Kentucky statute which prohibits express and railroad companies from carrying liquor from a 'wet' county to a 'dry county for personal use. "There will be real prohibition when a man can not get a quart of liquoi shipped to him for his household use, but it is surely coming, and the people of Kentucky and the rest of the country may as well prepare to welcome tho day." ness and RestrordalnsneiOur Opuiat.Morphirj! norMiaenL iKflM f.-r- t VJ-r-ji The Celebrated Registered Combined Stallion Professor John Lee Coulter, expert special agent in the census bureau at Washington, hns compiled some startling statistics in legnrd to the annua) loss sustained by the southern farmers because of lack of The crops of the southern farmers are worth each year in round numbers Most of this sum is $2,000,000,000. spent for farm supplies, food, clothing. J J$ 'fyxf In g Cf T uc; WOT NARCOTIC. - l. ' i' M. DONN,3623 i,r . Satorarepo tenet opera rotas This is curious because it spalls the same words backward as the first letter of each woid placed conSecutivelv, spoils the first word; the second letter of each woid spells the second word and lor-war- JLJ:tttS- :- mi KF3tft r" vc M B2a vO-,- L r-S- J itemedy for fonsfipt At t :oi , Sou:- - SloriEch.&iarrniKi ia-i.-s cft A I- J Use For Over so on. aiuIIossorSLKEP. Rr p 2 The last letters read backward spell the last word; and the next to the last letters spell the next to the last word, and su on throughout. There are also as many letters jn each word as there ate words u the sentencj. THE NEW MILL. Pru5:e' v ri l 'A rtr :fc Ins Centaur SWiHtAaAAVi-lVimS-Ei CoxpaxT, NEW YOKK. 3. H" JThirty Years aggr agJs . 1 are ' ra- - as cr m pa P s3 a if rasa sa 'q under the fclSPoc iuavaritecd S5rS wi4 ti Un&mil&tt rHAgj f ri r.r -f ww Tti- - I y rjri&&si3&nj;xr Tf r- &. C? Anti-Saloo- n MILLER & BEAZLEY I n J. P. GBSE1V Dentist A Check on The Mt. Vernon Bank "When is a check on your payments. it comes back to you it is an indisputable receipt for your money. Over U. G. Baker's Store? Crown and Bridge Work a spec All wotk guaranteed. 1 Payment by check is a check on spending, too. You think twice before drawing a check. And the second thought often results in your not drawing it at all. Open an account and you'll save in spite of yourself. t . C. Williams, etc., nnd $1,000,000,000 of this amount finds Its way Into the iwekets of the ever present middlemen. It Is estimated that the southern farmers secure credit by paying in excessive interest each twelve months. All of this tremendous waste of money is made possible through lack of the purt of the gardeners and farmer, while at the same time it makes the city man pay a much higher price for the produce than he should. Among the men in bin business enterprises has been recot; nized as the golden key to success in the twentieth century. and close organization, however, aiv products of education, and education Is the weak point in most of our ru ral communities. anion;' farmers and growers has failed largely because the mass of our rural population has been poorly educated and at the same time scattered over a wide territory. In the future our Micee- -. In among organization and farmers, gardeners and fruit grower will lie in belter .scliooK, in better teachers, wide awake ministers and a ?loser community life. Versailles is thiMiiug a Miceessfu' vear In work with its Far iner.s' Union Supply tompany. Last summer 1 111 farmers and stockmen took Mock i the company and its success was almost immediate. As the stockholders in this company are largely giowcr.s of Hin ley tobacco and raisers of b'o wl stock It will be seen that the union can do very little as a selling" agent The main work of the past year has been as a buyiug agent; and In this particular line it hns been a great success. The first year's buying business will to about $45,000. Large amount amounts of wire fencing, field seeds, farm machinery, paint and coal have been bought both from jobbers and wholesale men. The first year's bus! ness has been good enough for the members of the union to receive 6 per $1G3.-000,00- 0 EOR THE WEAK AFD NEROUS Tired-ouweak, nervous mtn and women would feel ambitious energetic, full of life and ulwa s have a good appetite, ir tbey wo Id do the sensible thing for health take Electric Bitters. Nothing better tor the stomach, liver or kidneys. Thousands say they z2 t, Exact Copy cf Wrapper. aregysmsgsgswg tmc czntouh tr&wcopFiy. new to cut. ipimmnv imnnimfnnimniniimwinminnfnwuai I S Ll. .e 5ERNDN DjISKET DO. I 3 3 home remedy. VQIIlf owe their lives to this Vq..l1 PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS rSPI says: as one of the greatest of gifts. I can never forget what it has done for me.' Get a bottle yourself and see what a difference it will make in your health. Onlv 50c r.oo. and Recommended by Chas. C. Davis. rl "I regard Electric Bitte.s AT T Mrs O fontur z z FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND K.MI)AL3ii:iJ.s Mt. Vernou, Ky. B g COUCH SViETALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. Licened Embalmor will have charge of that line of 2 work for the company. Next Sunday has been set aside Z as a day of prayer for the success ErOrders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points of the new Chinese republic. All citizens of the United States who Managers desire to join in thi international OfHce Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PIIOXE 112 5 supplication for the new nation are requested to do so. Secre 72iiiiiiiiliIilUilisCliUitiUiiliiiUlUUilliliiailUliiiilUlUlliiliiiFC -ft! a ITllllll MUM tary of State Bryan made public the appeal received here yes erday UC3-at- 3 fl GEORC ! -- OWEKS, '"ITTTBBnrBBTBBBBWnMaTMBBBBTl from China. It follows; "Prayer is requested for the national assembly now in session, for the Pew government, for the President who is to be elected, lor the constitu tion of the republic, that the government may be recognized by the power, that peace may reign uaeftft use irii&K 1 23e3lr& ae 9 1222&i3S2BK3 EB& ?ji md ATTORNHY-AT-IA- the A. B. bank: MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, or mt. vernon '","' MT. VERNON. KY. OFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor t The Bank ot Mt. Vernon , on Churc street. Special attention given 1 to collections.! Phone No. 80. "' I .1 . mi "WWilm 11 v.'LaMMn'l Jw "JnBBBfl' .I V ' :.: , isrsa v. " w JdCZ -r. ss- W. L, RICHARDS, President. lL&&: v FURNISH, Cashier. ?,.' K' 'c m " " - X4 ..' RHEUMATIC msz OFFICE UNION SUPPLY COMPANY. with our country, that strong and virtuous men may be elected to office, and that the government uav be establisned upon a strong foundation. Upon receipt of this telegram you are requested to notify all churches in your province that April 2? has been set aside as 1 day of prayer for he nation. Let us all take part. For a nation which is still, in the eyes of the world, almost exclusively Buda-his- t and Confucian, this appeal to the Christian world is regarded as evidence of the i remarkable growth of Christianity in the great nation of the East. REJ! gizaai SL Es B: Plow gears, harries, chains, back bands, collars, checklines, blind bridles, riding brid ,t J etcs Mcrerron nouse, near bignaL gles, W. T. DAVIS. 4&Q&K2'1&G&Xupr fDXl-C3dfecd- K Vr m I UNDERTAKES Our Hue of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of the County Haud-mad- e SUFFERERS FIND QUICK REUEF By the use of SWANSON'S Sll aCardui Cured TAKE Mew 'J 00 sTBessaasnBB3kjJa The Great Remedy for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Gout, Neuralgia, LaGHppe, KfaneyTroubto All orders by Wire Promptly Filled LOUI$VILLE. 3WAMMN RHEUMATIC CURE COMPANY ttft Phone 94-MT. VERNON, KY If navtr there, you ought to go. HSUUtlTMt, If over there, you'll want to go. During the Kentucky Educational association meeting. April 30, May 1, 2 For Sale: 1 tract of land seven Bast Rsmedy for Constipation, Sick and S, Louisville will be overflowing icnln anal tfeadacne. sour sumach, UvarTroublas. 2ScPrBaxatDrwsEists with teachers, trustees and friends of f (7) acres on the East side of R. the schools. The people of the big cities UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER R. in Conway, Ky., good 8 room are watching the rural school problem with great interest. Louisville was dwelling known as the Heath among the first to strive to help in Its property, built on modern style solution. finished in good style, with sum Those who suffer W GET TOGETHER FOR A BIGGER fssiAJK&Snar .bbA. from Itaema, pimples or other skin mer kitchen; good well, good barn AND BETTER STATE. eruptions Know its mlsorlos. and good garden; good store 'ouse IN S W. A. COX, cent on their stock and also obtain if rebate of 5 per cent upon all purchases made through the union. fi A new mill has just been completed 5-DR- OPS and will soon be In operation. This will take care of the grain grown by the members of the union and enable tbein to buy their mill fovd at quite reasonable figures. Education in will mean better roads., better schools, better It U a preparation for both interns) and exter- trustees, better tax laws, better men nal nto that givoi quick relief to tho nuflercr. Astllrt srtsntsMy, it sups sll aehts an salas. nnd women everywhere In the highTaken Internally, It dissolve tho poisonous ways and byways of our rural Kensubstance and BMlgts nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. SsW ky sVswtots. tucky. rWJMlmS Mid I 1 I a IF YOUR CHILDREN ARE DELICATE OR FRAIL under-siz- e I or under-weig- ht remember Scott's Emulsion is nature's grandest growing-fooit strengthens their bones, makes healthy blood and pro- 'motes sturdy growth. d; could not sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so many, and I began to take it, and it cured me, Cardui saved my lifel Now, I can do anything." For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jinks of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I I Scott & llowne. BloomGeld. N. J. 13-- 27 Tk J One Dollar per bottle, or sent prepaid upon receipt of price if not obtainable in your locality. SWANSON'S PILLS ... " IMI ills ! POUND! FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles and Eyeglasses for $1.50aiul up. Gold, Silver and Aluminum Frames. Largest selection in town. Kyes tested Free. Years of experience. 4 U I Woman'sTonic If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, or suffer from any of the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, backache, dragging-dow- n feelings, pains in arm, side, hip or limbs, and other symptoms of vomanly trouble, you should try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good. 'tains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad after-effec- druggist He sells and recommends Cardui. -ts. TO RALLY J. C. McCLARY JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. COX J. C. MOORE BROS. STORE Easily and Quickly Healed SKIN SORES C r. ri T TT -- .dealers BBBBBBBBBsi expensive prepas new. well finished. About 15 aration known OtV IT aathoFlro-ProPalye. Jt s g young fruit trees. 1 will sell for carefully com. ! 4 poundou oint, $32501 00 easy termr. A splendid meiit Out for fifteen years hus stand to sell goods. For further .P .BiBBBBMBBBBBBBBA proven its value as heal' ?J,HEFOR STOMACH particulars address me at Conway tag remedy for eczema, pimples,soothlnir. sores, running: pUes wounds, burns, salt rheum, DISORDERS Ky., or U S. Wvatt, ana acne, a single application win usually Rive Immediate relief. Tho burning. Irritating1 Inflammation quickly subsides and tho sores dry and "Disorders xjf the stomach may be Berea, Ky. , disappear. 4 avoided bv the use df Chamber- Feb. 1 3 mo. W. M.Hayes. The Salve Is now put up In 25 packages and sold by nearly all and 50 cent Many very relain's Tablets. drueglsts. It It ii) not obtainable In your locality ou ran order direct from Swanson R. C Co. markable cures have been effected Some. C3 Lake St.. Chicago, I1L. and It will be sent post Sold by all paid upon rccolpt of price. It is an excellent by these tablets Some men talk In their sleep !t emedy for scrofulous affections, cracked 60 x 24 ft. and other out buildings. One good 4 room cottage as good 'Inerolanonccd ofBUflcrtnc.You can easily est rid of It by V simple and In- MT. VERNON, KY, Dentist Phone 49-S. vonover a Ladies Advisory Dept, Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanocca. Tenn. ton, and book. "Home Treatment for Women." snt tree. J 54 ge RHEUMATISM QUJCKLY CURED' Fron tRooros over Baker's Store Stanford, Ky. WaVaVsf ritiar-wor- 3-- Five-Dr- op I the only chance they get and scalp humors. skis "My sister's husband had an attack of rheumatinm in his arm," writes a well known resident o f Newton Iowa. "I gave him a of Chamberlain's Liniment bottle which he pplied to his arm and on the next morning the rheumatism Mt Vernon, K was gone." For chronic muscular rheumatism you will find nothing Home and office in the late residence better than Chamberlain's Lini- Jr. Myers formerly occupied on J,01d ment. Sold by all dealers. MainSt.,BMt. Vernon. X3JGC3lCe( Dentist U The best lubricatioii without carbon W. T. FRANCIS, w ai A Perfect oil for either siiruiljA rtWnt3 Fjnn..n 'cooled automobilf g. Ma.lAfmm iin milf&f "TBrtrt. AmI. (hin hinkrin..A.I.1.1 t. Ipd!t fTffAiv Fmitirnl. fm. hun SW . ...N fint Dnrrh&inf apaKI.I nf 'aP..i. in.nn:i .,?! rn. Xlill tKEK Onll PK A..I huril nl.K anB. rinu n.A U jon lor permanent storage. Price of oil in Iron bkU. 45 pr nUaa. (Mtr from jnr caoEae. ess CHAS. C ST0LL OIL CO. "Eatilia". peverfa Eqsid .LOnSTItLK. KT. itmm. Lard !!, tnniaiarioa c3. czatanT Ur iimGm (Raflnery at Warron. Pa.) - 'N ..- u ta(a. J