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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTRY, KY., FRIDAY' FEBRUARY 20, 1914 J """"T1 gt Walk-Ov- er SHOES The Shoe for you I Smart New Styles Same Old Quality T&- B B B B B B B B 15 B B B 4 BARGAIN BULLETIN Special Sales' During Month of B I Bl Mr. E. L.ACockrell Who passed to his reward Wednes - February July Picnic. GREAT : ? STOP GUESSTNG JN BUYFNG CLOTHES "' The cut above like the cut below are actual reproduction of Shoes now on our 'shelves ready for ypur inspection. Stle No. 1378 Is our new Romp mode'. Notice the low, comfortable heel, the new, heavy sole just the thing for u fine, medium weight durable street boot, in black and tan. Price Is it all-woo- l? Will it hold its shape and .good looks? $3.$0t Will it wear? day night, at bis hOh3 in Liyings-ton- . His death csme as a great surprise to all, not avgn his family oxpectlng when they bid him good night on Wednesday, night, that they would find hinEtold in dtoth on yesterday mornmg,; Without a murmur or a struirgle" the end came. For severalftlaiR he rind been sulfering frftmia vpjy severe co'd, but it was thhIeast of any one's, thought thatfthere was any ailment that would!) prove fatal. Mr. Ccckrell wajHTpne fof the county's WQaltiestfSyid best busi ness men and blsJde$th will mean much to the 'business interests of ' the county. leaves a wifejand little sou (our years old The burial wUtalte place at Richmond tomorrow, afternoon, immediately afterj$e arrival ,of f-He WINTER GOODS WILL GO THE like Ice Cream at a Sale of GROCERIES DON'T MISS SUGAR 25 lb sack of best granulated Sugar. Special BANNER THE BARGAIN PICNIC and WASH POWDERS Clean Easy Soap SOAPS $1.20 the great Wo. 38, guessing the answer, to STOP in buying Clothes. Quit faking chances on what wear will prove, Know which will ""Carry (the remains, I tothat city. the northbound pafsen-ge- r, COFFEE-T- he JO-lbb- ag Pilgrim est soap upon the market. Special . 3 bars for 10c I ' '& ' BWVPHMP -- wfc. Ordor for New Voting Prednct TffBE. KNOffifjjflfjE 'vB-.gL- . Special blend of Coffee, once tried, always used, 25ct value for $1.50 a S-(-Ebi great Cold Water Soap FELS NAPTHA . 3 Boxes for ( lUU iJMB'1 " that HILL. befojbuythemthatyout t You kan if you buy Clothes. It's all down in black and white on the Clothoruft guarantee which insures all wool clothi lasting shape, satisfactory wear and Cloth-crof- the.opiiorf.tlCSIIcp 1448 tho Ken cording to Sec of i high-grad- e, LENOX SOAP I clothes are right and will stay right. Wo backup the ers signed guarantee with our Style No. 769 is our new Englisn Model. Low High Heel effect, invisible eyePrices lets, in black und tan tucky Statutes that it is necessary to create a Voting Precinct at Pine Hill: It is therefore ordered bv the Court that said Precinct bo and is hereby established. Said Pre cinct U to bo known as Pino Hill Precinct and as No. 12, with its boundary as follows: Beginning at Mullms Station and excluding same; thence to Cluro with R. R and including same; thence a straight line to J. B. Pike and including same; thence a straight line to R. L MoForron's mill place and including'same; thence with the dirt road to Josso Denney, and including him; thence a straight line to Jas. Barnes and including same; thence a straight line to the forks of the road at Wm. Owens and excluding him: thence with the county road going to Brush Creek to the ridge running off to Mnllins Station, a straight line to Mullins Station. Said Precinct to be in.Magister'al Dis. N6. 1. Finest Patent every ounce guaranteed of the finest made, '"' " l.il ..Tk4J,-- . 3 liars ii 2S,f,mlL ,flj- - iffipWii r for lUC Eyery I Light House Cleanser n $25. own, mak- Perbarrrel $4.30 and'$S.OO. fj 50 CpJ88"--' Armour & Co's greatest Wash Powders. Speeiul, 3 cans for IvJO fj . , Other attractive models, all leathers at $3.60 & 4.00. Let us fit your feet correctly. A poor guess at your size is painful. We carry the largest line of Shoes in town. You can get Shoes here-- , at $1 and $1 25 up, in Men and Women's. 11. We'll surprise you with the style, fit and sorvice we can" give you in Clothcraft Clothes. If you are curious, ask to see our special Cloth-craf- t values at $15, $18 it $20, well-bui- service. You run no risk in these cness.proof clothes at $10 to A slightly Same Flour in Sacks 70 c A No.1good Family Flour good enough for me; ' a barrel only costs ). J b uys a sack ) ; : J c ? Shoes and Dry Goods are not Groceries, of course1, but we have such a big store of thorn to close out that wo just had to tell you about them -- right now. st lish, sturdy, lt blue serge of dependable quality 4130 at'$18.50. t CORN Fine Sugar Corn nice and sweet, SUTTON' & McBEE THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE Leaders 1 1 V hard to beat Fine Can BEANS, per can, Riee 8c lLJ CLOTHING, Underwear, Hats and "darned nigh" everything ou can think of are to be closed out lere tins montn. in DRY GOODCLGTHINd SHOES Fancy Head RICE BEANS hand-pick- ed 8c No, Cans " WHOLESALE You can buy at wholesale prices all during February, examination isfvMlss Ljyda Cook, Woodall, tho hustling salesman, G. M Ballard, J.R C.C. John Walton" and" Prank Dees. of London, was in our town Tues Copy Attest : James Jones, the barber, has day. Born to tho wife of osCar W. H. Cottongtm will take civil S. F. Bowman; C.R.C.C. examination here Fridri. moved his family tVVawh. C A Argoubrieht, a fine girl on the servtco Robert McFerron, of Mt. PINE HILL. Ho is an applicant for the post BUnford, agent, here, has been 10th. very sick, but is some better at Vernon, was here Tuesday. office. A little child of Mr. and Rev. L D. Gooch filled his reg Mrs. Henry Porcesdiedof whoop this writing A little child of Mr. Sheriff 'Muffins arrested a maq'by appointment here Saturday W. M. and Mrs. Kobort McCluro istvery the name of Eversole and one by ular ing cough, Wednesday. nigjit, Sunday and Sundiy night. Sams, of the Gauley section, in- sick. Mrs. JohnGtaves, of Paris tbV"na""me of Slusher hero, last Mrs. L G. Falin, of Livingston, week. and lodgtd them in jail ut formed us that ten childreu at his is with relative here. Oscar has returned home after spending was in Mt. Vernon, Mt., Vernon. We think wo ate house had whooping cough. Mr. Dr. W. H. Joytier is furnishing our share ofthepris a few days wiih her parents. Mr. Smith, of El m wood, Monday. and Mrs Joe and Mrs. John McHsrguo. Mrs Ohio, are visiting relatives here. in Knoxville for a few days, A orjers. Mr. and Mrs Levi Oliver ago the telephone ' peo entertainea JVnday eveninsr in Lula Carpenter, sf Blanche, is Mr. and Mrs. Emtnet Quinn few days visiting relatives here. Albert visited relatives at Mullms Sta- pie sent a slot machine to Mt honor of Miss Rota Oliver, of Vernon to be placed in a public Hazel Patch. Tho following wore Proctor is very sick at this writ Mul-linCharley tion, Wednesday. ing. Foster Berry, who hss been the Mullins Station salesman p'aco in the town. Our friend present: Miss Jthel Hayse, Car-H- e Working at Blanche for some time Maret took the machine Virgie and Ponder, was with our merchants Satur- James and put it up. After completing Summers, Rena Oliver, Nellie is at home for a few days. Mrs. day. S. C. Franklin, the Mt. Rob Pike, of Livingston is visit Vernon jeweler, was here Tues- the job he thought he would" see Rico, Tempest Ward, Edna Han-se- l ing Mrs. Elbert Durham, of this and Ella Mae Farley; Messrs. R. L. Thomas, oi Win- how it worked, so ho began drooday. Miss Elizabeth Gentry, of a few ping nickles and dimes and quart- J. A. Childres, I.W. Catlin, Scott place. chester, has been here for Spiro spent from Saturday until dayS, J, h. Owens, who has been ers in tho machine until be had no 'Dickorson;, McCormick Martin, Sunday with her friends, Misses very sick for a few days, is very more left. Then, he began hunt- Edgar Hero", and Charles Brown. Mamie and Delia McHargue. L. feeble The little chifd of Mr in? for the key aud fount, that Delightful refreshments were G. Flin, of Livingston, was here served and all report a nice time. nnd Mrs. Buck Howard that Wade Graves had taken Han a fow hours Sunday. has Dhnonmonia' is slowly Im with him to Livingston." 'So, he Miss Myrtle Southerland, who seljias typhoid fever. George called up Graves and "aske'd him has been visiting relatives; in S E.,, .Curler has a, p.roving. to come at once to Mt. Varnon as Lebanon Junction, qas returned J,Bpham and Mr8 Proctor Wero .very severe caseof rheumatism. quietly married at Mrs. Proctor's "We see in tho last week's issue the machine had his money land home. I. W. Catlin, freight agent home, Tuesday evening. J. E. of the Signal that the newly elect ho needed it. Graves cauRht the here, was in Lebanon Junction, Mitchell has just received a patont Now, if you Sunday visiting homo folks. ed officers have made some grand first train north of the most complete cut-- want togot'a', fight on your hands UUUEIIUHItUl! null Ul mi uuu tUJO on one changes already. They are emmney noiuors mat, was They have just ask Maret how the now ma S. E Carter, ioft Sundav aff.nr "mp ting down expenses. entirely. Now that chine works. Robert Spencd, of noon for LouisvMlo. whero he will ebr Invented. cut out some is business. Sust keep cutting Berea,vas in oUr town Sunday. enter Bryant aud Sttatton busi Jjre ness college. I nnd ere long the poor old tux pay This young pian is making quont visits to this place of lato will get relief, as nt present it er Por Infants and Children, Next Fri from what wo learn one of our is almost unbearable. The Kind You Have Always Bought day will be Examination Day here school teachors is the attraction. FOR FLETCHER'S Bears the for applicants for the post office, Mrs. S E Penn'ngton, cf London Signature is visiting relatives here, ' Ihere are'tbr-e- that will take the 1N M -- NT o n New Michigan bpecial. 5 lbs. for Baans. Navy "7RC Alaska Pink Salmon, packed in heavy rich oil, "t2c value, SALMON .Special, 3 for Z.0 - CC )C Remember ! This is A MATCHES the big 5c box ( of Capital Matches every one a good one. Special, 3 Boxes for CAR-LOA- D inent Special Sale, ho has tho good9 to back it up. BAKER'S advertise- aand when U.G. advertises A FEW SPECIALS-AMERI- CAN - FENCE Big Stock Low Prices PROGRESR STOVES and RANGES FURNITURE and CARPETS FLOUR, FEED and SALT Stoneware and Hardware the-Jce- The P iDoAfCOUNTY'S - The Right I 1 lli'lii Goods ROCKCASTLE wMammWmMm CASTOR A Children Cry e JE. CASTORI A iZifu "THE STORE THAT Sto DOES Prices THE BUSINESS." fm feto iWilftiiirwmflliiyiw m ;"" W' m . . i hN . B- i.yttvkft . fy 'w-- mUi ' I i- - 0(j0jbali,yror"1,iVel1 yWrsAiiwBoiioi!iieisUoa inovc, COMMISSIONKU'S SALE lhe uUr f sli0no pnr niVe for tip mtjtl ,p th f th- - sMnd ROCKCASTLB CIRCUIT COURT. rottas as proposed to l.e built. tc.1.s U) and an FrUjaV, Feb. 20. 19(4 Plfl3. thel Wren & Etc wonuigive ine mjiil' nvov it'.'I Uil.Ui! m tho piopti i ion Hv VS) UoiiunJsftoner'a Sain miles per year nvfcrge-o- iii tlwlr following ilu trilofthe Defendants Kthol Young & c , Published iVery Ft 'day by tiling very tingiblu for. tho people i H'oiii" p i:e blnfd o'tt by tbo By vlttiie of judgment anil order of ' EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, t. to nganl wh'If ImiMtif nt'y . thirteen Sir. Circuit Court, a! of the RooircRsftin nillx ngo m t tendered at the .luininr.v Term, lOH, ing forward to that glad dayx. hn h nil' v donro that t i sun e cm y thereof, shall proceed to offer for at $1.00 thn entire li 'MO wi'l be avntl.ibU wilier-- , aic not the M' Itii-- imd ONK YKAR ORSCRIITION at the front (loot- of the Couit House for the public use and bjiiufit that they hnve at- In Mt Vcrnofi,&y., to the highest and Aivtrtising rales made known on1 Whit v'stas of now thougb's nnd temp ed to have inu-- j eopls best bidder ut public auction, on Monnew opoortunities these hinhwajs liiuoiit th. country believe. It day the 23rd day of Feb. 10i4, between application would open up can be left sife'y n somo.li'iig on tho order o. a the hours of 0 o'clock a in. anp 4 lo.cloekp ra It being regular County to tho imagir.il. ion 5f tho people do 11 h bud confession hojvev-.;nod MliMHKR OF Court day, on ft credit of six month It is not only in what am com jbsa no doubt, for KRNTUCKV PRKSS ASSOCIATION the following described real estate lo monly considered the1 iolattd tree publishers to swallow the cated In Rockcastle County, Ky., on p'acet of the State that lack of doses prescribed for them by us, ' the writer o Jtoundstone Creek and high ways ;h n t jnk tTie pedple a nd n year since Well boys bolt 'em bounded iw follows: Beginning atMajo's corner near the rob them of their right to live and down and wade into tho tight with old school house on a white oak stump prosper in their pursuit of happi us, wo welcome all the boosers southwest 63 poles with Muyo'a Hue; thence northwest to u maple near the nes.s. In many counties theie weenn get, but after th ffglit is month of a drain; thence a straight line are sections absolutely initcces Aotilorthe love of miko don't to Harasey'tiline; thencowlth Ramsey's line to Cook's corner; thruce east With headlines tayin Dionfisiiiou for slble lo 'heeled vehicles in rouch Mima on is a Tiir.nr! corner; theuce to the Cook's line weather, and. i ir order to carry "?re'llhat I done." beginning, containing by estimation 21 t,.,ilflirf.r iwnn mile, of tiirniiiup acres more or less. in Kentucky by State and Federal this agumont to its fullest, it ihum For lhe purchase price the purchaser IT will lis the purpose of be told that the wealthy county of to Louisville aid. According approved bond with must execute THREE STATES to devote a bearing Interest from the day Times nearly every county seat Jefferson has .some mud paths great deal of 11s space 10 the inter would do 'justice to the of sale until paid and having the force would have from 4 to 0 trunl. which est of go-- d reads Wo ' believe poorest or and effect of d jndgmeut lines leading to adjoining county Bidders mis o prepared to comply This is true for the very good rea- there is no other issue before the seats. Rockcastle map shows up promptly with these terms. son that there are so many com- people of o.ir section as important six as follow: One ro.itl loading G. S. Griffin, for the up budding of our country. to each of the following places: munities cUnmring for ro ds and We know Master Commissioner of the R C C, newspaper talk is very London, McKeo, Richmond, Lan- more of them those enlightened cheap, COM MISSION EHS SALE and it takes a lot of talking chys that even the wealthy county caster, Stanford and SnniPrstt. ROCKCASCLK CIRCUIT COURT beforo an thing is accomplished, of Jefferson cannot keep up with of the cost Below is estimate Plff The BankotJAtVornan the demand It is because of all but wo know there is more inter-- ' for State Highway sys'em: VSJCouniiUloner's Sale BAKING POWDER these facts that Speaker Terrell, est in this good roads movement O H Rice & C'G Bowman, Total number ol miles born and reared In a country com- than just talk and that the people Deftn (5 200 AdinrofH W Bowman, to connect all county seits munity wants roads for the people will quit talking some day and go By virtue of a judgment and order of 4,000 Average cost p r mila sale of tho Rookeastle Circuit Court of the Commonwealth, nrd will to work. BjoneWay already lus Simvjr better work. Tatal cost of con Term, 1914, rendered at Its January give thought ami labor to cause some support in Congress and we ply follow your cus$24 800.000 struction thereof in the above styled caiiae I will b'Miexe if the people living in the the construction of good roads tomary method of prehighest and best offer for sale to th) Comparative Tax Rates section thru which this road will thru State aid for the enterprise paration add a little bidder, at public auction, on the 28th Kentucky pays $5 per thousand There can be.no doubt that one pass, will organize, they can pro d.iyof February i0i4, between the less of Calumet than . 1., .1 TIT..U .,.. k en .... ' """?""" Rood reason whr more , Kentucky ducevSDintthing besides talk out l C1 hours of 0 o'clock a m and 4 o'clock p " when using ordinary f Arkansiw, 21.,0; with State aid. nt, the following described property: of our Nitional Congress We ,owlnd n6fc Jinking powder. Then One steam savcutlll, engine, and boiler Washington, 30.39. K,.,tucky tho (lovelODmc1Ulof. KentUGkv re. are aware of the fact there are a result. watch and all the Rppttrtenauces to the ami bel.tt.rtnnn .iuin3 lc nnn ri' i"ihii;vii (4- ilno null t.n. .t uj u UilS sourqes-i- s the faqtthat'Vspe'oially' greaStnany demands mide upon Light, fluffy, nnd even- longing ' no bonded debt. Massachusetts thtywttjjtaifcJUdie virgitflinds; our public treasury. and a great Th; sale will hs made where the ly raised the baking has a bonded debt cf $116,000,-000- ; far from railroadsare i$u-- to get many lire seeming appropriations property is now located, it being on Uu comes from the oven New York, lauds of Jcrouu Cox on the head water to, and few are the capitalists ol having les merit thin Boine more tempting, tastier, of tho Lour Branch, In Rockcastle Tenuessee, $11,000,000 and Vir- suftieietit physical qndurance; and Way. Middloshoro Taree Stales. more wholesome. County, Ky, ginia, $9,000,000. leisure to spend days prospect Sale will be made on a credit of three Calumet insures the C.'fi. Luker, Rockcastle and Kentucky has 2fi 000,000 a( res mon'bs hearing interest from date of baking of an expert. Ask Liurols representative goes on of land and a property value of tale until paid and having the force and The Times pickt ,up(jhis advojour grocer todav record as favoring the Glenn in $1,200,000,000 taken on a tiO per cacy of effect of a judgment Bidders must be pcpwoJS Government aid to roads surance bill and voted for Received the prepared to comply wth these terms cent basis. tweli'e months after the Signal measure . Highest G S Griffin, 111. when inirodnced in the State tax of Sc on the one first mentioned it. At that fime House. Awards Master Commissioner of the R CC The Rppub'icans of this hundred dollars (100,000 the Times was mihtdy "agin" district who elect d Charley will WoiM'i Fori HORRIBLE nrxorcHES OF Kentucky's part of the Food Eipoii. tile proposition on "principle ' no doubt (ion, Chicago, appreciate his efforts on I2CZEMA $2i,000,000 proposed now on thesuojeci, it hollers the . Illinois. this important measure, as the bill Federal appropriotion is 583 000 loudest 'Miqw we Quickly cured by Dr. Hobson'n apples do swim." was introduced and tho Pari Eipoii. hard fight Eczema Ointruent. C. P. Caldwell tion, rrancr, ' '" .March, 1912. of New Orleans, La., states; County tax "Mv $1,183 000 'O.vk of America's greatest teach- is being made to make it a law, doctor advised ins to try 'Dr Hob ers' is the conclusion reached by not for the purpose of regulating Total amount of income son's Salvo.' k I used three boxe-ool Ken- Committer of tboinsurance business per year 2,309,000 tho Educational Ointment and three cakes of Dr tucky but to provide a graft fund atWash-ingto24,800,000 divided by $2,800,009 House of Reureseutatives Hobson's Derma Zema Soap. TV Tt Joa't urt mor wan ? W cauy tr enable others to tUaf ptvin. fWl bt awltJ. Buy CalunU li'a day I have not a spot anywher when the work of Mrs. for some and equalcll years time required to nort eteitfBieu mtre valMBraiTc butrctalu. mild up a poli'ical on my body machine for ijonet u ur tsptner la aoar aulk aaa M4. and can say I am Cora Wilson Stewart, of Moore-heaconstruct the system. cured." It will do the same foi the next State race. Kowim county, Ky., was Increased value ol land and the you. Its sodining, healing, anti value of this system to the State investigated. There are now but Wouldn't the Glena insurance IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF septic action vill rid you of a THE UNITED STATES six illiterate persons in Rowan ;ill, if it should become a law, cannot be estimated. skin pimple? county. No other county in provide the present VOTl THE EASTERN DISTRICT OP Eczema blotches, "The movement lor good roids red unsigbtlv Auditor, sores, and leaves your skin clca; in Kentucky has be;n going for America has such a rec r, Henry M. Bosworth, who wants KENTUCKY and healthy. Get b box to daj . Every citizen, ' except the six to bo Governon next time with c ward for many years, but at times In the Matter Guaranteed. All druggist, 5oc. 01 mentioned, can road and write splendid mean of building up a of its progress became almost In Bankruptcy by mail. Rockcastle Count Jiiir do some political machino lor his proposed and sava for the fact anu uearly all 01 them , Pleiffer Chemical Co. Philidelphia Association This remarkable con Tight. T the shame of any Ken- the economic value 0 high- figuroin tiat Richmond. Ky! 2 10 14" & St. Louis. j ways has become recognized dition was brought about by the rt'itckian nud more especially a To the creditors of Rockcastle principle one Cannot boast that work and efforts of Mrs Stewart State official who would favor Coqnjy Fiir Association, of Brod- much has been done to provide Moonlight schools were establisht inch an arbitrary measure that head, in the connty of Rockcastle the state in general with roads of thruoui the county to accommo- would injure and retard the busi- and district nfo a bankrup any gi eat serviceable value N itice is hot'tby given th it on Of date workers who, could not go to ness 'interests of the State as late, however, tho principle has school in daylight. A number of tins would. The voters should Feli.ru try 0th the said Rockcasile become too big a thing to be kopt pupils were 70 and 80 ears old in their supplications County Fair Association ws duly out of sight, and The Times along Teachers and others volunteered to Diety, those who have led adjudged a bankrupt; and that the with other great clptnonts in the their services at d under the gufd the tight for this outrageous first mee'iig of its creditors will Commonwealth has brought to ing hand of Mrs.Stewrrt so much measure. bo held at the office of tho under tho publ.c eye the need of a sys- enthusiasm was created in tbt signed releree, Richmond Kv., on $loo REWARD, loo tem of communication better than work that in less than throa years February 28th 1914 at 2 o'clock p Rowan county Ins gained the any other in tJiccounry. The readers of this paper will m., at which time the said credie pleased to learn that there is at tors may proud distinction mentioned here Terrell Leads Fight. attend, prove their disease that claims, appoint a trustee, Leading tho lisrht in the Geiier '" Mrs- Stewart has been Goun least one dreaded examine al Assembly is to bo found the ty Superintendent of schools, and .dence has been able to cure in all the Brnkrtipt and transact such its stages, and that is Catarrh, sturdy figure of Claude B. Terrell there is a call thruout the Com flairs Catarrh Cure is tho only oilier busin ss as may properlj Speaker of the Bouse of Represen- monwealth that she become a positive cure now known to the come beforo said meeting. tatives, a resident of Trimble candidate for State Superinten medical fraternity. Catarrh being A. R BuRNAM, JR a constitutional disease, requires a county and a man of the soil, who dent at next election. Referee in Bankruptcy. cohstiintional treatment. Hall's would see the country dweller, the yvN is a foregone 100 acres of land, conclusion v.atarrli Cure is taken internally, farmer and the stockman getting directly upon tho blood and one will pass the bill acting and one hall miles South of more out of life and getting it that Congress mucous giving Federal aid to the various thereby surfaces of the system, Pine Hill. 16 acres in cultivation easier. There is no limit to the destroying the foundation Stales for building highways. of the disease, and giving tne 2 houses, 2 arns, 25 acies fenced Improvement in the condition of by building up with good wire, loo good young living possibly when means of To share in this appropriation the patient State puts up one'dollar where the he constitution and assisting apples trees, good well, most of easy transportation of corps and is cne Government puts up one hundred naturoMn doing its work. The land level. Will sell this land incoming comforts are at hand. The p?bprietors have so much cents. Tho Kentucky Legisla- faith i" Us worth the money. I ulso have of These things being known to curative powers that sections of the Speaker, he has put his heart ture willpim a bUl enabling our they offer One" Hundred Dollars 5ooacre'on Long branch, unim" store. fails to cure. proved, will sell at $2.00 per acre in the cause of State Aid for Good Stato tn.ilieot these requirements. for any case that it Send for bst ot festimonuls Now in cas'o Congreis does not Has some timber, some coal and Tho men and young men Roads. He knows that tue lock Jj & CO. about 4o acres is bottom land. . F. I ed in treasures of the mountains make a .direct anoronriation for ioieuo, unio. who want tho latest and also have 20 hp. boiler and engine, Vvy, it be will enable those SbouLpy all Druggists, counties, long constructing Boone best in good tailoring have hooves tho cities and towns and! .rako: Mall's family 75c. for saw mill, grist and all appurtenPills supported by the balance of the found they ran got just ances belonging. Also some pood State as "pauper," to take their the people along its proposed constipation what they want hetv. routs to get together and organtown property.1 Will sell any or self respecting A WINTER COUGH place amongst all of tLls property at a bargain. ize for the purposo of showing those honorable and honored Wo show over 1000 All. A stubbord, annoying, depress' R. U, McFrrron, counties wh ch pay their own that owing to the vast importance ing cough hangs on. racks the Wool Spring .Fabric." of the Mt. Vernon, Ky. u.. way that is, when roads are built of Hoone vay ronfo the "connect body, weakens tho lungs, and very latest weaves and coling link, it thotild be the first lo often leads to serious results. Tho which will afford ingress and ors, which we make to your Takkn up: -- Two buck's and egruss 10 me groaning wagons be constructed. Tho reasons are first dose of Dr King's New Dismany why this great own measure at trunk line covery gives relief Henry D one ewe .sheep came to my place which shall bear outward the proSanderf, of without un- threatened Cavendish, Vt., was aluut 5 months ago. Color white. duce of those hills and valleys, should be put thru with oniihiiniption, Owikt cap have same by paying and which shall bear in the in- necessary delay. What say you after hiving pneumonia. He Commercial Clubs, business men, writes- - "Dr King's New Dis all damage. creased comforts ot the outside covory ought to bo in fami-l- ; LaWkkNch Halcomd See Our Line Before You world. It is for reasons such as farmers and overv citizen? it iscirtainly the best of all Feb. 6 t. ' Pine Hill Buy Your Next Suit. these that Spoaker Terrell is in Our city papers that were medicines tor cough, colds or the thick of tho fight for State "agin" Government and S'ateaid lung tiouble." Good for children's BETHURUM & LEWIS " We STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY." Aid for Good Ro ds, which to road" one year ago on "piinci coughs Money back if not sails. eventually will unite the county pie" with a big P, are fairh lied. Pi ice .ve. and l.oo At all Attorneys at Law Druggists. s seats of tho Commonwealth. tumbling over each other in their H. E. Bulklon Offices in'Bethurum Bldg. & Co. Philidolnhln There will be required $2. 800,- - mad rush to climb'into the band ur ..: Th Qaah I Will practice in all the 01. Courts. WIT mlL!Li:.'"lvn VRRNON SIGNAL - ' gl. ( m 'it ZK&X&J WwW . s - s ' - know-it-nll- s , r bittrjil, iflffWlUe mem J j ' THEY PREFER OURS No Wonder, Simple as'A;BVQ': Otjrs Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style -- x - to-hi- s mountain1-communitie- f I Both in Use 1 and Cost CALUMET And it does Economical More T" It's about as difficult, to describe these new I I clothes as to write about the prettiest girl at a Leap Year Party. You've got t'6' sec her with your own eyes. Maybe you'll like her if you don't there arc others. So, if g one suit doesn't please you, we've another. It's a question of taste. Prices ?, That lies with you. The better the clothes yo.ubuy, the longer they last and tho betteruhey look wlijle you're wearing theni But iveryond prefers ouref. They are best.J ,. " E. L. COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KV7 4 ! ' the 111 , $80,0-'0.000- ; y.' Of j fef- - I f I n I I i!(-c- u d, Thfe Helping Hand i you can most surely depend upon in time of trouble is your bank account. Better start to .acquire a' big one by depositing what'you have jq The Bank of Mt Vernon. You'll Kind the necessity of thinking' before paying a, great Incentive to saving: When trouble comes what you have been prevented from frittering away will make a comfortable -- -- humors.-lhlackhead- s, 11 k, balance. ThQ Bank of Mt. Vernon - Kern County, California Wants Farmers ' Kern County has room for 200,000 settlers. This may seem impossible to ou but not so when you knowthatKern is as big as the whole State of Massachusetts It h a wonderful county and hundreds are 'malcirg good here. have Issued a beautiful booklet telling .much about Kern County. This booklet wjlj be stnttq,you .frpe. Jogether with a map of Californiaand.a copy of, SUNSKTMAGAZINE, the monthly guide of tho homeseeker and settler, "ij you will send us ten cents in stamps to help defray the costol mailing. "We SUNSET MACAZWE It , Fo-Sal- k: tbto 1 OUR Tailoring SERVICE BUIEAU, Sin YmcUn, Califoiii the busiest our ad . ....'.. &l QFNVILLEjOWENS 1 UNDERTAKER, J BrodKead COMPLETE LINE Cofiins, Caskets and Robes Ky-'p- - $12.50 to $45 n. mAi r,,u"u "umnKriuunmy Mall T,olm.o'rV. v ij lied.. li$fcc&x:yc :xtocx TT FOR FLETCHER'S. , t.r. J. FISH SON Itor r - 9 vr CAXORl4 .w a en"a Children Dxyl Cry 1 t a. v"flJ H(nHWppa''MctrTr ' - Vl .3 CM .- SSTv?..':, IVII. VCHINUIM &IUNAL - t QUARTERLY REP0KT IMPORT ; .QIJARJURLY PUBLIC SALE. . i nUfilli,l j: i Keportotliq comliiio'.iof The Report of ;the condition oJ The lHaving sold my farm, I will on CfiidV Beiit'in Mrs. and son Mt. Vernon, Kyt Feb. ,2o, 1914 lMJVi " ' n vV'"Vn' a.ums uusi. reopies uanity doing uusmoss at lfjday, March 6th i9t4, on the ...l John, nro iih felatlvxuin M llets .. f1! uua . . cue ouqiir . ,,. 'ness at tuatoWn of. Mt. Vpmnn. the town ox M. Vernon, County premises of the .arm, situated b'urg ,.:-..or few weoks. up; rfv won M.?.. WCljBfX toCOttiinuni. ,of Rockcastle, State pTKeiituclcy, miles north of Wildie, on tin oatf with SIGNAL! ' ... . .. UUCHI1U UllU.Uail'llllieS". '.. ,;,. .. .. '.NWnpt.wnl.or . " "i mioniwa num. . M'. tKAtlt.llnlrV. ht llin nlnsn nf Kit.'........ at the close of business on find day Round Stone creek, oifer, for sale v ut on the Crab n.,.lnivl l on .10 -' r 2nd.'oUy of Ko'b. 1914. of Feb. 1914. j to tho highest bidden, all of my Lrt)g, or the Qtuil section, was in on ttr-.the tirnnrno1 "'yi .. "ijir ia u,. RESOURCES. ur t. f RESOURCES ' personal property; consisting of cave on his farm near, his Iuhik AY. S Sr .. Loans and Loans dnd '.j 'McQueen, of neat-- , this place, Overdrafts-secure- Discounts 83,989 40 Overdrafts,Discounts and 81,420 20 one pair work mules, 3 and 4 year n.511 whirl, secured and t old; one mule cotnhg 2 years; one ear olcl'mules to fp, th s and several otlrtoW.m-t- f J 040 10 mure coming unsecured' 1 752 75 unsecured u 4, n foal; one filly Pre"che"SV,1!e' ' !ts size. The Col hiis tho wllter'tnn " IWPVILIC NASHVIILC R.R.Co. 16,921 78 coming 3, one 7000 58 Due from Banks aU(1 bUSh' i;ed a Pa" of 4 Due from Banks mare, two rMp?n-M.l..,'i,0a0Dined to hU ' , jo milch cows, two heifers, will be 5,427 52 Cash on hand -.j',J"';- artiticial 'C. ' . mares. at . Maplcsville, Cash on. hand TMBTABIE. ::;,". -- year-oldJt runs naturally without j fresh Checks and other cash , soon; 11 yearling steers, 25 uaurei county, lor tne same BankfngHouse, jy22. north.. 4.59.p.ra pressure, and wjll throwa-sti-eata-' ' 1,070 25 items ' v . nogs, 300 or 400 bushels of corn. money. jv V.""Proct.ir !' .;2ftn6rtfl .... ys$.m, ffyenty to thirty feet irithe-nirBanking House, Farni-turare made, hisroo,!!) , with rheumatism. Other .Assets" not included 50 bushels oats, 3 st cks red top 23 south 11:43 am Ho pays he is thirtkilifc" seriously edo 7,577 57 hay, i5o shocks fodder, one and Fixtures underany heads, Robert-anWillie Cass, two Laura 21 douh. in the seat and .12:1940 oi. sprung a modern ..datryjin Howard, Lizzie tyrumetti, Blanche Expenses p)iid 184 22 Other Ansets not includ horse wagon, o'jecut under suriy, will use this water in. thatasfWDll i JAS. L,ANDRUM 99.024.72 ed under any of above .'"Total . wide in with pole and shaves; some wagon leg. ' V' " as.his residence Phone'Jfo. 8Pyz,tyji 118 37 piow ano nuggy nrness, one set heads, Expenses, paid Hhad measles the past Jew das. $111,210 23 black smith tools, some carpenter Capital Stock paid in, . Total tAoYioQ.-D- r. ' U calT?nter':'aK?d , AJi are gcttibg rsW lf VerSoS, Kfeftnbmrf.t.., in cash ,.'.'4.1 LIABILITIES '.' 15,000 00 .oamo W.R Car'tor-sol'm cond;oiiui,riB1t(er.',in- tools and a lot or other impliraents on and they .wi a pair; of nuilejs a?ut SuipJus.Euritl o,:ioooo Capital stock paid in, 'b.c,e from Pu'is' Knrifim'-"ffiianarr- . ",f. .".J too numerous to mention. ,fy S2OQ.0O, and a ' 20,000 llndivitiod Cnfits 1,118 81 in cash .plcrwith hls f"'ly, consistinK'of c lo V.-Brooks for sOi 500 or 600 pounds of meal, some " .w., feRS0NA,V ' 2,"l00 children 'left Ulr. VilP Cnrletoii , of Brooks. Deposits subject to check .TO.tlQt'i 31 Surplus Fund' lard and sorghum molasses, all of 5?.w,.fc . . ... vw.. r 1a ntutu o twaiUCUUf. M it in (a ,428 i.n.hf!Mi.l....ft.l.' '(" my household and kitchen furni.JO.024 72 Undivided Profits 1. '! ?ry ill at the STATE OP ICBNTt'CKY ) Deposits subjact to check 88,'6e8 23 ture, consisting; ol one steel range -- . m..w. UJfW ty.f,yi).v jj'ustuouce ot uer mtiier, Win, Fu John Niceley, of the Bur sec- pany aDout January lUth last. siip:;gate. She has $111,216 28 cooking stove, kitchen Total VVe carry n Inrge .tuberculosis and cabinet, ' tion, has9ev'ore case of typhoid posedly with the intpntion of cum. is not tixpecttd to live but a few Countyof Rockcastle ) Kentucky ) State of side board, round extension dining stock of thorn and ' Vye JonnSMcKonzie and W. h. Sct. ever.'' inn homo to his family, but since days. -- R. S. Martin is Very .sick' table, dining room chairs, rocking can lit you and all ' Richards President and Cushier of County of Rockcastle ) ' ' MehacGentry was in Louis-- . that .time nothing has beejn seen or j,bis week. He has a very seriou and other chairs, bed room suit, We U. G. Baker and-- , L. the above naruccf Bank, do solemn your friends. week to see- Earnest hearAp him. His family are hero 'attack of asthran, and owin . yille this . . .; i .. . " c r lite ly swear that the above statement Thompson, Jr., President,' and davenporti couch, combination i uno nueu nis assistance. ThompsotC in - ,lge his recovery is somewhat . , book case and writing desk, chif r formation us to tlio whoreabWts doubtful. -- EJ Hurt has been at is true lo the bost of our knowl- Cashier of the above named Bank fonlor, couter table otc. This Several hiembersot' the families do solemnly swear tliaMhe" above the f' of Robert 'Cox and Gene lirown C)f tlli'4 ninll will hn iiinfirnninhod l i home several days edge and beliof. on account of statement is truejo thebesiof our furniture is all practically new, Jongs McKeuzie, Pres., MlH. P. E. Owens, at Mt. Vefand you wear the best liavc measles. gu attack of rheumatism. best quarter sawed oak, in excel Mrs. W. L. Klchard", Cashier. knowledgo and beliof. ' Judge L, W. Betiirum was'in nopKy. lent condition. Anyone needing II. E. Christie is visiting her sis U. G. B.Akor, Pres,, Subscribcd.and'sworn to beio.-Small pox are at an end1 myMt ter, Mrs. John Evuus, iu Lexing- me this 11 day of during the week on Thompson, Jr,( Cashier. anything in this line will do well F. L. Feb! 1914 and Mrs. Vernon' Those who have had' ton this week;-M- r. 'legal busirtbss. Subscribed and sworp to before to attend this sale as these things My Commission Expires Feb. 11 "We Stand By What You Buy' will be sold regardless of what theiisease are well Vmdwj.ll bo Walter Smith; of Crab Orchard, 1914. :'"': Mrs. S. W. Davisspent a. me tbis 11 day of Feb. 1914. sycek with My Commission Expires Feb, they bring as I am going to leave El's, Albright, her sister, turned loose in a week.or.tn days. wore with her parents, Mr. and this part of tho country, and I Mrs. Ji M, Owen, As to measles it is hatd.totcllthow-manySunday and Mrs. J. VV. Rider. 1 Notary Public. don't want to take any of them cases there aro "in town, .Monday Mr.- Sruilh subscribed E. S. Au3bght, Mrs? G.eo. Bow'trianTof- Pongo. A TEXAS WONDER, courined principally to chilireht for fair stock while hope. The --"ift'very low Notary Public, with me. Terms of sale: All suras with- - that dreade"d of fs and under, cash in hand, all One rather slngular,case. l?Jthi"t of 'AnnuaJ l' Farmers - Institute of The Texas Wonder cures'kidney . disfWtutiprculosis. , over a credit of 9 mouths, bearRockcastle C unty will tbo held and bladr'er 'troubles, removing Mrs. bnougrasB, aged TOyoar Atty.E., B. Thbmpson will soon who has measles at the home of hero Thursday, Fob. 20, 1914 grauol', ing 6 per cent Interest trom date curest'iabets, weak and leave for Pin'eviile to locate for the her grand son FOR fUTCHER'S with approved security. The General JAssembly,of.JCen- - all irregularities of the kidneys practice of bts profession. B. A. HAYES. John Baker, also has tliem'aud Is' tucky have made provisions for and in boty 'inori and women. " Neal Parrett's pretty-sic- k. Mr. nd Mrs. These two 4'cases' holding these InsHtutos fioo ol Regulates bladder troubles in Wildie, Ky. With fifteen, dnys good, weather H. C. Jones, Strayed: One hog, black with mPSB4l&&&gM!i$ People are all, cost to thoarmers of, Kentucky. children. IfJ not sold by your the new pole and wire line of Mt. very 6ick. vith pneumonia. the balance are children .and - are Tho State Department oLAgricul druggist, wilIJ)e sent by mail on white feet, marked withtw.0 under-bit- s, Auctioneer. f Telephone Co. will be Vernon Johnny C.'4 Griffin is in bad all getting thru vith6utveryroucli ture will furnish the following receipt of $t,oo. One small bottle weight about 2oo pounds; completed to Wildie. Compare Fish's $15 Special " l State health, again ".aridwil) likely trouble. Lectures: J. E.. Hite, of in two months treatment, nd sel came about Dec. 1 I913. Owner Suit with the ones offered in other Dr. F. J. Cheek wlli preach at a h 'liiooAn nr d underga?nothpr;Optration. Send lean have same by paying cost of stores at $12 and $20 and you'll dom tails to perfect a cure, r PROGRAM S' tho Presbyterian church next Itidlauaj 0. L. Clayton of Louis- for testimonials from his and othor, advertising and damage. Mr. J.'p; Mpofeootc Ws','jfo wear Fish's. INSTITUTE Sunday morning and evening. discuss farm top states; Haley Muu.lNS, Dr. E- - W. Hall, 2926 to Chicago" last Frtjdajr, soasjtb put The following speakers wiilad-dres- s ville, Farmers Supply Co., incorpora- Don't fail to hear him. icsjimd Mrs, Mary-B- . Ginn- of Olive street, St Louis, Mo. Sold .charge-f-sIn the Singleton Valley, 8 miles spec'il.st. . tho Farmers' Institute, her In ted is tho stylo of a new firm being For, sale: Oar load ol clover from Mt. Vernon. Thursday, Feb. " 26, 1914, at' Lxmgton will lecture on house by Druggist.' VttH' Brbvn,.our' Sparda liold affairs. J. E. Grimes and I. organized iu Mt Vernon, to do a hay. Price righJkV Also want to J. E'Hheon.n; W. flttwided the, L.O,sO. F.! Brodbead: ' 'lecturers; from; the wholesale and retail business. VV.' sell ono pair coining 3 year old , 0.-- - L. T. Bufbrd, B. Anderson, Itidij B. Splvey. J. VV Riderr and F. horse muleswJUtiysell worth tho late" Board of IiJoVeryantt CJlayton, Louisvjflef KKy..--MReKiDBdarltelTr 16cal Krueger aro the principal stock- moneys ,Gpqd .Department ot the ': , tor 01- we Baptist ciurcrtj iuas Mary E Ginn, fiexiiiftton', Ky'.j Slate Government; holders with Mr. Spivey as presi will .also be .GusStaverson, E. Grimes, Sfate iJoaril oTPor-- ; been sufteririgffo'm a severe" cold-- Jt '' Prdf.T. H. Likins, dent. Mt. Vernon. Feb. estry; J. T. Bufordr.Sta'te'.dpods present. hut is most well again. Boys's Corn. Clubs,Miss 'Ella R.gfljLs Dept ; Prof. T.4L-- . LJkins,!. .,Mf i w A' Cox ,m spent ()from Brodbead, Ky.; Mjss'.Eila Carson- Calon..Girls., Canning Climbs,, as' r. V Mouilay' until? T Wednesday with' Brodhead, Ky. .vell as other local, speakers Mrs. J. C. West and Mrs. C.C. invited to flnp f h'frtllrtA,li'ir Everybody cordiftlly rtnrinir tlio ..AVintojn.B.'Ab Lttuinyjjl.e. JJ; Fattend SffsJ'. W. Tate, accom pe"r.sOiisJVill render rn.usfc ,to, . .Miss T.onana . Whitehoad who 'M"WC,';F. Ciirtof-- i ; panieci uer onyjier, Walter, lUirpin efton witn Mrs. WSsTlriVuTs-.5- . M,i8S( Mnjanda tvKlchmond jigqln this week, Taj e, rVocal-Solt .whgre ?'.'t .vUla Jor some'tirae'Ais treatment of Mlsd'SuTCable, Plfthd:Sblo I DOIATG BUSINESS WITH WHEN I BEGAN Mr. Turpin is .hb1rQtber,Il..sA, Whitehead. MF, ii',:I$. Albright, Piano Sold .v. l,uwinuuig, iciur ('nsn. .Pinnn.Rnln in a very .soridUs ' condition, and ..f ...p CWttlftcle Jobil French WJdiugUiii'VVP. Cartoiil " Vocal Solo" AvuTidejiapdilJ have to under ".' 3 r.' T. nST-B- f v..t.- go . an t.. operation. Granville. T.rU.1 C:aUk?aU IlCi tlUllllUK- Uli- Ui Oioqv PT Quartotte- - 'Evening Belles' four years ago, I had but 5.00 to deposit. My business with ,Qvens, .VvTHv.So.wder and John jMrs. W. .fea'? week; and had' it. not been for the Miss" Miranda Tate,- .Rpbhis,took the examination for' the B ink for the first year did njt amount to much, but the .tiraolv action ofa neighbor, there would O..B, Oweiilfr PoHUtluplass Postmasters at Pitit no doubt but what she Cashier seemed to appreciate- it, and treated mo just like 1 had , Eler, of have burned to death. a million on deposit with him. Naturally, I felt encouraged tlid-1 Bee Lick section was the A.poat card from.Jarve J.Cpolc ii For Hoveral yojr ihe'Fjirferer's and 1 said to my wife ono night. " Mary, yon just watch what ,;at Crteuville, S.'U., ' does'n'f say Institute has been held.eucliipir.' gllQst of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wat a difference there will bo in 'Bill's Bank Account next year. tlio week. A few days whether he. is, there to buy acot-to- n at MtVri'idintncr unfortuntdIy,' son tluring tv HUtt-ZWell, to make a long story short, I kept adding to my deposits; ttgo twp qoys,. Jini Manes and plantation o"r is on a still hunt the fatmers" fiY'and' 'arpuno-Mt- . Slieltoii, Riund the safety tlie Bank paid me 3 per cent interest on Savings Deposits, with focljio, Governor, who. asjf ed that Vernon' h'avtj TBeVer taken jury l.conurd box that was. taken from the Post I made three real estate a long interest compounded momentous question "ain't Interest and the resultj fyW-- J 'Office safe when the office was .time between drinks." all went to my credit trades in which I made nice money people in Kockcastlq havo.Ibeeu burglarize'd April5, 1913. The and today "Bill's" Bank Account R. L. Jones and wife of Portland bejefitted by such meetings. 'This with Pkopi.es. Bank box had been broken open with u Maine, are visiting Mr, Jones' year tho Institute, program of Now, Boys, if you have got the deter is " Some Punking." shop hammer, which was mother, Mrs. Mahala Jones of this which appears elsewhere irjthis' mination and grit and u little bit ot "old horse" sense, go to also found near the box. T e he is known to issue, will bo. held in Brodhead' pbox, place. nrtnt- - w when taken from the safe. get a Bank Book a little account the Peoples Bank .mosUof his acquaintances bore, is and webtliove'the farmersarpuhd contained. -$29 52 in Money Order go in to win vnd you can do as well as with your name on it .locomotive pngineerand has been Brodhead will take some interest nttto' funds, a number of Money Order fine is noted for a nu.ru ber,of years on in running for which should meftu Forms, and u of keys, ali of a the Maine Central road. much to tho .farmers. The excelhorses which were'; found with the box, srirte ...... j.'e. Thompson, of the W. J. letter from Commissioner oxc0pjt -- the. cafeh. Tlie box was lent Blue of Agriculture", J. V. Newmnu'-aSparks Co., who fell from an u ftiuiid abVut 200 yards north of riK. yl-- ..sc&fold afLewisburgV Tenn.. last' dreSsed to ihat progressive laumer peoThe"Brodbead Roller. JHll on.the 11 im. ; .' week, t in the Norton' Ihfirmar.y, and'good citizen, M,r. J. H Burp L. & N II. R Co's . Is All ple are for thelast report was ett, t hould appe'il to' the farmers Louisville, and 2 that he, Is. hnproyiug.. For several .qnd; otherSjasyvoll to attend. 53jfi (j.eorcQ Payne, v borne are bred but you've .got to "di VU"" j .who Ins -mst ,. . .ferf. t days ho waa completely paralized letter is as follows: ' tW .. f, the "roods to make good. 'ftboUt'Complcted1 three years sor- 14'. fcom the)Waist 4lown'.bnthev4s- , , . -- '.Fwfltbfonr'K'. ' ? yttfistfJ .UncleSam at Ft. Moul- A garment plays tho aJMrjn. s3;!Kr-:raduaHyvovercomipg.J&is now '' tree, b. (J., aa a membe'r' of the tjrfvslcillns sa'y-- . -- ffe'vV'ill Mr. JH'Br$&, portant part in a nianjB apv."'V,-.' 'nriAho President County" Farmers In-.- Coast Artillery, has been signed ' , soQnlbe up; pearance, and it is his duty '? Stftjuto, Brodhead,, Ky. . as a .pitcher by the Charlesten. v- ' ' to always buy a beconijng loved by the people of Ken,' Dear Sir:"'' s. C, .Club of the So,uth Atlantic , LOCAL Tlie one. We are schedplgd" to hol'd a League at a salary of glOO a her from which she v ' s v4 Qounty farmers' instltute-a- t B'rod-iea- month' Young Payne has been StetSdmhats at Fish's garments I sell are suitfdjn v 1 February!1 26th. ' Will showing up welf in the army game on cut to tbo Miss Rose McCord, chairman. pattern. 'style-an' you do all iu your power to work atPt. Moul tree- - for some time. INSUR- -' comuffttee, of good;roaos of physical requirement ' His trieuds at home hope to hear tuckV Federation of Women's up an interest in this meeting? , My prices my custoinors. 5VNCE is composed of KenThe lecturers on ,6ur ' present of him. soon being in the class with orae splendid Club?, Is doing are much lowor thau others. Walter' Johnson arid AytoVk for the advancom;n of good forcd'ari:' J. E. Hito on live stock f Bender, greater people, .v. & M. Mathew'son. He" is a son of Mr. in State' legislature, thru. W..B. Andeison on soils; Mrs. world . strides in the IN and Mrs.'John Payne, ne'r town, '':.oi'fe8pondencawJth ,01ubs thru- - Jg. Ginn, dptnestic science-demo' st'rator; C.'TL. Clayton on horticul-t'tfroCo'mrnbnw'ealtb, twenty-fou- r .;)i'-r'outbuyears old. and is Her company; other ;'i$ ' '" ' ctcuUrriette'rS show she hasgiven y , , not- call and see MrT son ot- Rov. and I trust that this meetiug";wjj1 be ;:r.vk.-,tbiubiect,Thu6study and her AT THE LOWEST PUICE. explain mor.e and let efforts,' we are glad to note, welj attended and prove an inter Mrs. A.J. Pike, and Miss Jewel 3 Frrncjsco, daughter of :Mr.-The esting and profitable one; are having' good restlts. fully you should carry you , Xlwnkingcyw.tin advance for. Jranci.sco. bear Jed tho early train yesterday imming bred lated upon the selection of so gift your cooperation, -and with best at Hrodtieurj tLflujSji.idiere they o.. v vpuca, wttj ' ccVand (Jofascientlous a worker "as -i- .iifc x uui,. ryi'a jtji Yoursjiery truly,x,3Av..i McCord who is a good roads f'Rit J'1HfnlB,,t We wsteriil ' KCom.Tionwealth Life Jnsurancc Co., Miss to these 'Sa.fiiia!af. aVdwho acc'cnioUalies'- caiJJSli.BW'J. WJ NBTVMAN? rTbartyicongratulatiot Represented by CHAS. C. DAVIS, r.vit;, :1. Commissioner ofcAericulturJi - sple.ndid young people. ,v oassri?. W. A. CROMER, Manager. Mt. Vernon, Ky. .Phone : . . Jck iftaafrWRy Tff nTriiT' fiYmVn fi artiTula Hy5lnorliadftJStf.IflfVifl wJMWUiiiuij. i .T.,.2.al.-fifinftjjitl1f- o ,- -4 - --- rt-- t &kcM&&a&i& ..... 79 ''" 9 "'""'"' !!S!!JSS'. ..... p"; n.-w- vi, -- - oiL-verso- o'brya . "- V 1 j . ,,, mi,.,-...l.- -. i.i.k,u.. 0 "-- w " f? 1 d f" 1. J - .' ,6 '"' Overalls full the i' e anrVWtW " , ?'' Ef& The .t-'A- t thirty-sevon- ,' yjra' . stay buttons I 'a .1 . - ortft;-Vernon- 'ft.tiZk7fcto: - T d.fr ' w- -.. rtl NeverRip 1 . . , i . Wear O'Bryan - Q tho . - - Urnm The Cash Store OliilcJlreu Ory CAST'OHIA -- . '. wliQ-wi- ll - . . : - I mat-chan- t, - jj ; ji( V r y s ; ; . .- 2o-3- t. - -v- " - 'm r.t . '' Ffees Is ao sdbstittste im Royal Baking Pow-d;e? m$ . a f. hojiSi-jvUnde- r . . .. -' i:.;i - Prof;T.-fIviEikins- - making the best cake9 biscuit and pastry Royal is Absolutely Pute and the only baking powder made horn. Royal gape cmam of ta? ta I Pel BOY THB PEOPLES BANK somi-nnnimll- " ,.. KENTUCKY KENTUCKY KENTUCKY tilts-matt- er 18-'- it . . d- right-of-way- 1 . .. !t-- - 2-- -- p Yes, Kentucky its pretty women, and Grass, from which it Kentucky takes its name ambitious and stand things that and in Kentucky, Therefore, THE. . ( Hot Air Right At Times. tr ;vij-)vit- h , -. COMMONWEALTH" LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY tucky name . much -- d W'"-- "THE takes COMMON- nmde-to-prfh- jr the-Ken- WEALTH tucky LIFE -- ;' J CO. &Si?ttHilU r 4 . 'y'ir.r. John-pike- F; :. sa-Tt- ? " 1 - . having made than insurance why Kentucky any Chas C Davis, the him 'druggist, why to Insurance. .rthe Kentacky -- jSt f EVERYTHING GENERAL MERCHANDISE W. -1 l I L OVERBAY uii filNC niitu( a- :i - iv: '; ,? --. 1 -- ' '? , T' -- " -- .j--. - vn- - " . 39 .: VK3 ft igareGjtisiSSiarVe JtHas," C. Dovis Mt. Vernon' :cS wWTT-j- ,. 1 nlll II lk 1J I f I Lwl rfSJ Ui" WB Lwl 1 twl Wb US ?. v .iC r' i a Ky: fihiMltJSJiOLMI'S SAT.H 'lukricAsN.K cnit'Uh' oourt'l' liiarjcUjQisn, I ; DOES DOMESTIC ReV. Ai SPIRO . My Phone iNfo. is (39) thirty-nine-- We '.-- open shop at 7 o'clock a.m. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m. ' ,fls place at any time during our shop hours. We don't want to sell you 'anything yon don't want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you Let us show you do want .You are cordially welcome in our V8) Comiiilfsloner's Sile Hjwartl O Wililaujs, Ueft. lly virtue o( it Jiulnineiit. nnil order of stile of tlie klxkunstlc tlreuit Comt, ! rctulcruil nUlio Twin, 1914, How It Progressed In Warre& ' thereof, I hliull iitockctl to oiler for snlo nttlio frontdoor of the Court House, In County Despite Opposition, iMt. Vernon, KocKeastlo County, Ky , to the highest uiul best bliltler. nt pnuiic auction, or Monday the 2Jrtl day of Feb 1014, helnoon tho Iiouih of 0 o'clock a THE OLD IDEAS ARE OVERCOME nf ami 4 o'clock ) in, iti lx'inr rculitr Count) Couit day. on a ctcdltofslx inoiitliH ho follow ng tleneritwd real esThe Good Work of balsy Kite. Who tate louiit'tl In li'ooko.isllo County on Won a Fifty Dollar Priie For All the uaUMRof Kouiidntonu Crock, and Round Excellence, a Splendid Exambouu led as follows: ple of What Has Been Done. 1 m SCIENCE PAY ? hidc CHAS. C. DAVIS Mt, Vernon ' ' Ky. Hiiiijiiy Mardi Gras 1 NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE February 19-2- 4, 1914 LOW ROUND TRIP FARES Tickets on Sale February 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23. Return Limit to reach original starting point not later than March 6, with extension of limit to March 23, 1914, on payment of $1.00. PRIVILEGES. ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVE- R For detail! call on any Ticket Ascnt, Queen & Crescent Route, or apply to It C KINO, i'uuncer end Ticket Ascct. 101 li.Maln Street, LcxInctun.Ky. I The old feeling of "my father didn't guoss of the attraction. farm thai vnj" or "my mother didn't O em ha. been sick tt i learn to took thut way" l the most ditllcult tiling to overcome In nny old the past .veek.--Brndl- ev' Hrnwi community?,)' 1'ractlcnlly everything 'calling ' neat s avo been thnt has cbnie Into our schools In the ab . 111 day, p in as uo inns pnst has had n hard battle to wokh ed him. Bill Brownjias lagrippe U. (Jiln at, follows: at this w it ing. 'Mi-M- s llcglnniug nt a cornel' of Di'LiisucH'r Owens visitet Cubloauil Mollio I t near his lioiii-c- ; titmice ra.hct homli relatives at Kose Hill Ijtt wtck. 2S2 feet to 1 old elm stump, corner I)r fnswell's corner; thence nnd tone, freedom T m mo Cnn ing Club 11!) feat to an u,),i.e , r.ithcr northeast met I'ucsd iy nfttMiioon ami elect trie and st tiu rnrm-r- , to I'. J Willi uiii Miotic i rather north 27 feet t the cd ouleer.. (It; Mts litnel Hobcrts ih print! corner of H J William!)' lot; viMting in B c.i, ibis wtek A I ohm lather west to th) langfo.-- l 1'iic .oo fict lo tho Ijinuford cornet; tlixuce crowd o( iiD ut 47 I Or- - ami gir s rithcr north 08 feel with fiufuui Mn-- s Mntfie Owens surprised line lo Ktister Ma foil s line to a s one: and li d a Wednesday theniv rather with ICnslor Masoi'n Hue evening OS feet to the legluiiiug, coiuihiing Vr. W . Gritrm ihtor. pa.t about one nero more or lea lias "Been sick f il'e usi wcuj.. For the purchnHe price the pureh vsjr i uuibtuNccuto bond with approved Ito.ii ing interest from day of sale FEEL M13ERAB .H until paid and having the force and Out of. sorts, dopresbed, pain in etTecl of a judgment. tie back- - Iilebiiic Bi lets renews didders must b: prepared to comply our lualib nnd strength. A promptly with theo terms, guaranteed Liver and Kitlnev O S OltlFFIN, Mr-Sopln 1 1 1 J No. Heiiiiiutnir on n. doirwoOil, near the road; tht-ncnorth with mi id road to a gimi in a Ion' jriii i v tlie lusoii n ton of Ik'ldrihcneo w.stto u tH j rld(,'c; tli 'iice uenrlv a ulilto oV i n the south'Tii bouudnry of the Carter farm, theme will the eastern liunntlar of the I.amvoll farm: thence with tho Carter line to a perhiinmon ticc; thence a straight lino ronlh to a piplnr troeuon tho ridge ro.ul; thence with thejrfTigi! road ennt to the beginning, containing 2oo acres more or less, ttli Ocfiicres which was previotiHlysoltl to James Proctor excepted j .Tract No J A hoiibcand lot In the, town of IIiuhIi t'reek, KoekcaiHle County. Ky,, hound' liL-kur.- Tract We may , We may lle without heart. We may live without friends. We mny live 'without books. Hut clvlll7e4 man cannot live without cooks We may live without conscience, urt: llr without poetry, muslo am) -- Meredith. J. ike, filled Ins l'cKw uj riointmuat at Freedom Sat ir urday und .Sunday, Mrs Mollte Lewis of Ok'ubom.i. Ins beti vjsit-inher sifter, hero, but has now gonolo visit near Miirctburn Mr Till Tli itnpson is o.i tho sick Uill HaiiH Ins list this week Mr. and Mrs T. B. Dil measles. liiigliam s.ent Suturr'av nnd ijj"1 day with Iter ptrents, Mr. und IJilliiigliiini Mr Mrs. J W. Sam Savers r tirtifcd liome a tet spending tv weeks in St loui-- . Mo, nnd Gin porta, Kansns. Mrs Sufie Owens s .sick ut this writ ing Eltzabtth Gentry was h ine Ilil!, Fatutday nnd Su d.y, visiting Misse- - Mayme aud Dell McHarguo. Cn.spor O.M'ns o Ilrotno, nude hs U'ual trip ne-Freedom, Sunday p. in G.vou 1 1 g 1 Children Cry for Fletcher's Tho Kind You llavo Always Bonght, nnd which has hcen signature tof iu tiso fop over SO years, lias borno-thand hns heen mado under his pcr- 0jf.&ftf--- sonnl supervision since Its Infancy. -- uzr?yt CttcLvK Allow no 0110 to dccclvo you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd ' " nro hut !Cxporiincnts that trlflu with nnd endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. o . Just-ns-go- od Is ft for Castor Paregoric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It Opium, Morphine nor other Nnrcotlo contains neither substance. Its ngo is Its guarantee. It destroys SVorms nnd allays Fevcrlshncss. For inoro than tldrty years it has heen in constant uso for tho relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles nnd Dinrrhrca. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. 1 What is snhstituto CASTOR i A Castorla harmless Oil, GENUINE C ASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS (&L&ffiA&44M In Use For Over THE CINTAUN C3MMV-NWVOR- iV4 The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 Years CITV. v . H Mi st-- r Commissioner of the II C C KAIBV KI1F. remedy. Money back if not satisf- THE KING OP ALL LAXATIVE constipation, use Dr. King's For WwLtle PilN. Paul Mnthiilks. , 'hail says they are lie "kin)-t- l all laxatives. They tt) nil my family and an a bks'-'iri- ' InKvnyskcp tt box at homo." well again Got a box nnd got At iliiijjgists or by tPrcc25c. of Huflulo, N Y ,i ,. ;' 12PtF'bhjw5h fcDrftaMrt ii n nMi fiTi aRBBT8HrT2i II E HueUeu tVjCo. or St. Lotils. I'i.itlelphin bALK COMJIISSKhVKIfS STOMACH TROUBLE FIVE YEARS I I KOCKCASTLK CIKCL'IT CObRT Wa tot T Dellord A , . IMff VS )Cnjnmisl' nei''s Sale ' Dcljord Ac , Ilefts By vuHUd of n judgment and order of sale of th KockuHHtlc Circuit Court rendered ut thu January Term, thereof I Miall proceed to oiler for Palo at the front door of the Court House in phrases. 1'ortuuntp licic and theie hi the itiral selmolK the teaching of hewing and cookliiK liw gnlnt'd a tooiliolil. In Warren (oinit.v this .vctir tli" people were fortunate cumiiili to h.ivu a competent womnn go from Miliool to sclionl with her eult .uiuut In u wagon and glvo come In structlon. Nntmally there was home grumlillii). among those who lieloug to the "old school," the school that believes th.ii "vvhnt was good enough fur nie .s good ci'oiikIi fur my chlllun." but 'ouii'ihhm liaipcucil when the school fair wuk ht;ld thN .11111111111. A uiiuiIm'I' of pilv bad IxH'ii (ifTorwi foi exhibits of needle work and cooklu;;: hImi. ii grand prize In (,ortii tlic rli I nIkiwIuk the of gieatest auiotint of line wink In all t Iiihscm Tins miiinl ptlt' vv.as iiwaiihtl HKiilust tliCMu two l.v fl) Jf.-- or St. Iowa Mnr'son, of Wst who suit ltd from wru'cui liver trc libit for ( ight months. Attei fi.urd ictors give hi 111 up, be tool Klrctric Bittt r and is now a well nil. Gel a bottle lo dn ; it wil 111 tl t'o the me for ou fi'ibe f r nil liver and kidney com LYrfectly sfe and de p'i'itt.s endab'e. Its resiil s will sur Tmc and Si o pr s- - you II K Hticklcn & Co rh.lidf.lphi' 11 ICt-e- p I ied. It com pie t eh cured Uobeit ftmmm Palej rbaUaElCMK'Jt3M'iiM yafBfe fia8PSissSaBwSsA 'iMk. L T:!t 'ltv- I SAFE froyp' marvazine lit l. 1 1 s r t !f turo. 1 1 Clean as to Li pases qtery I Moehinir rkctrlritr. por'3. Defartncnn of Cclcnpo. How 1 hntO'"'!! LV!;i tn If nlcn T it; ,"VL I'ota, Oollc Iarcrtlr- -j tln. Chlrn. lhtor- - IVondcm. an 1 :l -, L Send Subscriptions to SIGNAL flKF, li w Xtsrs .TfOTTTT WiK&fT -- ua endo-wi- l. I'tet'O 101-1- , Jit Vernon, Rockcastle t'ountv, Ky Majority of Friends Thought Mr. Hughes Would Die, One Helped Him to taking other medicines. take lils advice, although , decided to But did not have any confidence in It. I have now been taking Black-Draug- ht Recovery. for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. Pomeroylon, Ky. In interesting ad- I am so thankful for what Black-Draug- ht vices from this place, Air. A. J. Hughes writes as follows : "I was down with has been stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It Black-Draught has done for me." Thedford's acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely used by young and old, and should be and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. would die. He advised me lo try Get a package today. Thedford's and quit Only a quarter. J 63 Black-Draug- I thought surely I would die. tried different treatments, but they did not seem to do me any good. I got so bad, 1 could not eat or sleep, times, that I is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, contains no dangerous ingredients, and UNDETAK Our line of Cotich JCnbkotfc is unexcelled Unntl'inadefoflinsriirnishnd Ilcarsu sen) to nil parts of a ho County by vVire Promptly.Filled Ajtoders w j w. a-- , Phono : 94-- MT. VEHNON, KY a e I I M SSti 3c$&c$&. &ya&cyc-3- w59t rup-leatjiers B r GL CrXi JL 'S9 to the highest nnd best bidder at public auction on Monday tho 23rd day of I'cb I01-Jbetween the hours of 0 o'clock a m and 1 o clock p m it being icgulat-CountCourt day on acreditof mx months tho following described real estate locitted in Rockcastle County, Ky, on tho waters of Skcggu Creek and bounded us follows: iicginuiug aiiurco iiugar trees, or where thcyuMO to stand, on the north ei.bt side of Skegg Ccckj llicnco south 37H W loo poleti to a whttcoak and poji'nr; thence S 3.r H Co poles to a double chestnut on tho top of the ridge; thence S 25, W GO poles to a spotted oak: thenco S So W7o poles to a black oak; thence N 25 W - poles ton double chchiiut oak; thence north 04 poles lo n cht'Hiiut; thence 13 poles to a small chestnut oak and chestnut, corner to division line between W II Deliord and M W Deliord; thence with said division liusN fio, 12 83 poles to a stone at a fence; thecco N 29, K (!7 poles to the spring; thenco with the hiiriug branch N 71, U 12 poles; thenco N 12, K i2 poles to a stone on tho hank of said creek; thence down with said creek to the beginning and is the same laud or that part of thu samo land conveyed to JI V DeUord by W II Deliord nnd wife when the division of their land was inado between s lid W II Deliord and M W Dellotd, this being the part which ., belonged to said M V" Jiellord l'roiu this boundary there is to be deducted a boundary Boldnud convued to .1 N Uro.vn by the wife during said M W Delloid and their life time, and which is described as follows: Ileglnulng on two email chestnuts in tho said line of J N Hrown and M W Deliord; thenco aS Kgourso with a lino of fence and continuing in the samo direction to two small hiskorys on top of Pine Ridge; thenco S V with sulci old lino to a spotted oak; thoncc S 8o, WOO poles to a black oak; thence N 25, W 21 poles to a double chestnut oak; thenco N lo W 2o poles to a small led oak; thence to the beginning, Deed lo this part is recorded in the Rockcastle County Com t Cler'sOllIco In Deed Hook No 18, page 2J I For tho purchnso price the purchaser must execute bond with approved security Iwcring interest from tho day of sale until paid and having the forco and clfect of n judgment Diddeis must be prepared to comply with these terms , 's to Dals.v Kile. As MMin as the uvvaitl wax m.idt liliovvu. sonic iilltsldcr linked "When Is this ghl (hat has done so much splendid work, covciIiik. xevvlug, heat t.ti lilnf'tllt ltml lltli. iiiLm iitMl.ltit'V' A H.vuip.itlictli' xinlle lllttcd iuioss u tpnt'lii'r'o f.nc iIh she rcpllid. "Did .vou sec the paiiido (lowiitoun this iiioin by tii.Y raeni V: N FOR MEN comprise a fine array of rich color tones and the purest, surest, brightest black. I - lif ' mii 'rifvli i1 WWW lug" "Ves Wh V" y "Did .vou nolli;t u Ininc ehl with a fate vultteii over hirjri' vvltli the wonl "l'lueliV" That was DnN.v Kite Sin docs what the otlicis tlo. in xpltc nt the fnct that tlu has liceii mi n (Intel since she had n hip cruslietl when slit was three." "OJi.Oier futlicf Is a farmer who rent mhiicvvIicic out (ti'tlie touiit.v here, nnd Daisy had heeu'rn'iig to the ituintrv It school In the in a cifc that niiwH th,it - win. 'tm in, practical things, will pa.v in tiur si imn A Wholesale House of Chicap-o (S ' ' Said the best advertisement for a General Store is to advertise every week in your local paper. !; fit-th- ey are shapely socks. Just the proper weight not so sheer as to be impractical, not heavy enough to" cause sweatyfeet, not coarse in knit like usual popular priced socks. - J. E. Mitchell, of..-.Pine Hill, Ky. Says the best way he can advertise, is to do just like he is doing. Just keep handing the goods out. The kind of half hose thatfe el good on the feet. Box of four pairs, guaranteed to wear four months. H Bu" CHEAP FOR CASH. THE GREEN FRONT i I I l a I I I ! I I ( M I t i i CM We Sell Them and DOFS DOMKSTIC wwww0wGwww9ei bCltNCK I'A J "We Stand 9 By B What You Ci s Griffin, , .Mastor Commissioner of the ft ROC system everjwlieie. If the wink this .voir In the county bus m.t sometlilu ortunlty tli.it li.ts come Dals.v Kite's would pay the whole bill" "What do jou ipeiinV" "I menu thut the whole neighborhood Is now Interested In the child mid will hee that she get leal education And If that comes true Dal.sj will have grown. Mote tliaii that, the uelghlior hood will have grown throucli (loins good for some one." I am certain that there are hundreds nt Dals.v Kites In tho nooks and 1 01 nets of the state waiting to be touched by mmiettilns I don't menu ltiil In education the education that lies between Hit1 f overs of a blue buck speller, a lender or nn arithmetic, but the education that up penis to the child hecause It tits for life's nctlvltics fen A IB JONAS McKENZIE ' 11 The Cash Store RHEUMAT IO SUFFERERS SHOULD USB Selz Shoes THE SELLS "ROYAL B UE" is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy. Rheumatism I for all forms of Tho Dost Remedy IF you need a good pair of shoes it i , ; Padded) Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir- -' at a reasonable price ' Men's paddles, new, $4,00 and up ' Ladles' Saddles, new, "$500 and up ' Old Main Street back of Court House. Children Ory FLETCHER'S TOR gumi One Kbfillcatlon toothet and heais a roueh It ha) door Hoops Hoops EI?ffl anco'pu",d) GOUT. NEURALGIAS AND KIDNEY IKOUBLO. SCIATICA. MMrtACO. JONAS McKENZIE'1 MT. VERNON, KY, the only real continuous L'-- i W. T. DAVIS &.. acure. Eczema. Ervupelas. 'letter. U'ceraand allkln dUeaet field to Its curative properties Saoil for frve Itunpli and lioofc ' Hltb and Htautr.' 1730 Spring Cardan St., JOHNSTON. IIOLLOWAV a CO.. Phlla., Pa. xg&cx'$x$ a - The location of our factoiy givca ua lowest freight from mill, to factory, and from fao toiv to you. (Itt a htttir Stlo and Savt niBHa by writing ua y fdt catalog and piicea. LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. opening. made of tested steel, can be adjusted from lad-dfront door frame. Doors made of California Red- wood. "The Wood Eternal." er I STOP THE PAINj .CIvasQulckReltafi ' , N Otfear RafMCVj CIWEi FRKC ON REQUEST aailPir Swanson Rheumatic Curd C- os.tjtlMW.UkUCHtCAM FURS ' HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Writ lor price Wool on Commission. list mentioning tMl ad. AND HIDES WWjSS!t yrmKsV' 4 Established 1887 t "flLTsy LDcC&SC&X msm'. x touumiMM t JOHN WHITE & CO. louisville,ky. - -- - ! ( - -