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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914022701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. & ''- - flHBSfi- - m. mum 'W -- V Published Every Friday MT. VERNON, VOLUME XXVII. ROCKCASTLE 00 0OUHTWB.raiDAY.MtBRUABVW.m4 mmmMKmMMaamxmmBMt''ttMnfiWLjmm9mmmmmm-rm---nt - ,, ,' ooeaaee k nr 1 0 in E Ttk UriiTt n M 3n ti 1 J 1 9! UorSi 3 u Ww4 3 1 ih ill n iB ?- -s 9 - eot..eo8caeoo3ws .s:;::ss;;j.o';ii6iiioo. ;:::::iiiiiiJs.SJJisn.::s:j ...oS as alii --P-r 1 ji i .... nbotit the buinc ! oco And Sheriff Mull'i isWHr boys' w'ntfhos JdT nSL'xincu, of gKsgaaraaiiaaiMUMiggsjifr Paris, is with rclat HcaKre this B "D H StiUc- ImBM&WioIms 3 "T B week!--Mt- s "RpBStv A ee been ycic tor somt iHfcS'1 "' Hji-'- (j fi 3 til !h1 'difg n wir a w m MM i ., town Sur.day -- Mrs inra-Jckins, who Ins bedln HSMticic, is siii lv iinpi ovlng. V iwraju Mrs W. IJ. a Ver- Kruger went.u a non, Sutday, and stJ tWKuii't'r CBBwill reiii'iin iv few duv ijl I I ' p J3 . JK is 3 3 ii Jgj 1 WW Bfl IM W wr 1 A I ',,, ' irf H VfiSSSTSr j '"''-' 3 ffl fj - a g 1 EJa 2J ft a a 1 U m ITS I a matter 6f common lead- knowledge this store is that TIjlvp is :icn ut relatives meetings going en at fUS?liaul'St church, condtutcd l.y'j p.iHfor- .- Wlnf hz boyl MU1 'J fiitnd Mnret? Don't umtghiott n now. Comeagain:a'C l(jrtt, no wl too hot for n-- air irj kM ffl TTi -. ia Jl m. B m a 3 il Em m IT ffk I 1 .Jm Tin H Barffl a RfiDnAI M BULLETIN H 1 '' 15 IBl R. r".l B. B B B B' . Special Sales During Month WINTER . ing in the shoe business M In Mt. Vernon STOP GUESSING Is it " all-woo- eyes and talto the medic 2iW.0f may bo that he is ttiyMi! tfce combiiintionof that slot Kfi($hulfj but for ihc time boirt ffffiP "will . yait, or perhaps he WUWIBJS wceK Wellifij Sfllib "js pyse, us a. poet Ik iv' hip gftuie, 0 will sftkJ5s S t list when we answer hlth h(S Rthnk the uoer.!1 ireSnii'iscn that Mitt-it)and chasing him uvordiWnJfetvisB liciviniT forth Uva, fire a, irtljritn .v-, rebruary apmLjggdjk.fce July Picnic. " d;f Cream at THE GREAT almiM Hurt hn VTlll h.-l- nil nn AvV o3XG THE SUGAR Special A TN BUYING-CLOTHES glance at our windows and a chance to let us the great engleof yratiTJNlghts to carry hut) to some diituflt peak S E HeltaW.-wtf- ir for safety. on the sick li 5flA lSinniA lias been wtSr Mrs. $mel cf some better. Crah Orchard, is visltitt Pftw j. Granvi FJaWegce, H. Browning. of Crab Orchard, and V iflsiioov.-- . der, Granville Owens S ci'l Robins, of Brodhcad, service examination herj elliFiday. 3 t . Mr. and .Mrs, W. M, : Mt. Vernon, was with TPfTtivcs. 1 - - DON'T MISS , of OC Eim! BARGAIN $1.20 Pilgrim Clean Easy Soap '"-mmmm BANNER B3aKalS PICNIC and l? ' - Will it hold its shape, and good looks?- Will it wear? M JaefasattA "tpST - TOP guessing the answer .to these questions in buying Clothes. Quit taking chances on what vear .will .prove.. Know . s - show how courteously and intelligently we serve you will tell you why we lead. 25 lb sack of best granulated Sugar. WASH POWDERS the great-eat SOAPS . i clothes are right and will stay right. $25. Wo baok up the timk-ei- s signed guarantee with our own, ". . ... Spring iBsp-- crowd Jrom. this plaeorM hiding the funeral of Mr K U Q&j ilwi: Saturday, at Riohtcort Mr.- - ..l.lf .IMlraMn a.. mvfi,r..ti GOFFEE-T- he .. t'O-lfcrb- soap upon the market, Special . 3 bnra for fr",o I KJ C that V and'MrfiJame "' . ffL'f Lfr. .v , - Covington. dav;to rattsnflhiiraraaiiBn: --. Special blend of Coffee, once tried, always used, 25ct value for a $1.50 ag .great Cold Water Sonp. FELS NAPTHA 3 Boxes for -- r. i s itn St?.lJhg iTBT'Vwsisz&mujSimsmrsGPBmm si's psv!" m wvmj-- mmwhwW who has typhoid fever, isliblo to . stir again. '"TLUUH Patent Finest high-grad- e, ;. body knows Lonox. ENSXwSOj 3 Bars for ' 10c I I Ordor for Ney Voting Precinct TO BE KNOWN AS PINE Mitt. craft- Clothes. Yon kau if you buy Cloth' It's all down in black and white on the Clothoraft guarantee whieh all wool clotht lasting shape, satisfactory wear ana in-mr- BoVvico. We'll' surprise you with the stylo, fit and service we can give you in Clotheraft Clothes. If you are curious, eness-proo- You run no risk in these .ask to see our special ('loth-craf- t values at $15, $18 it ?20, f clothes at $10 to A slighlly are now on our shelves. Our will be larger stock better than ever. Don't fail to call and see our shoes before you buy. It having become necessary in the opinion of the Court that acceding to Sec 14 Yi 01 tho Ken tucky Statutes that it is iuc ssary to create a Voting Precinct at Pine Hill: every ounce guaranteed of the finest made, ffi QQ :ii il rer barrrel nJU " Light House Cleanser " Armour & Co's greatest Wash Powders. Special 3 cans for g f V- -0 It t is therefore ordered by blue serge of st lisb, sturdy, well-bui- lt dependable quality 4130 at $18.50. SUTTO & M c BEE THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE Leaders Ii 1 in DRYGOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES him how cold it was on that date T He said lie stepped in at Mitt JudgoS D Lewis, of Mt, Ver- Miller's and the Neotneter stood three big inches belcw nero and non, was in our town latter part ve think wo are having another f last week. I. W. Catlin atsuch a spell. E, L. Cockrell. who tended the funeral services at died last Thursday morning, after Richmond, Saturday. J.T Klliott a fw days' illness, leaves a wile was in Mt. Vernon. Wednesday,' MrSi'Vr M. Brown and little boy, relatives, and a host on business of friends to mourn his loss. Ho and daughter of Mt. Vernon, visi was laid to rest in the cemetery Ud her mother, M rs. Abel Pen lat Richmond, Ky , Saturday, Ho nington hern, Sunday. Charley widely known and liked by Mullius.'of Mullins Station, and. was all. Ho will be missed in our lit- Ed Wooda I, of Linden, two liusl- lijg'alesinen,' wtre with our tner tie town Ho lias paid the debt Pence to his that we all owe. chants Tussdny. Jones Durham, Glory to ins immortal nshes. of the White Oak Section, was in Mr, and Mrs. oul. John Fields, who represents town Tuesday. Haugliman & (Jo., of Stanford, Rosco Gregory, of Spurltngion, was with our merchants. Saturh ivo betn visiting Mrs Gregory's ' fattur. W. M. Hicks. Mr. and day J U Singleton, better known as "Kid", is clerking for 0. 0. Mrs. Will Hanks, of Hazel Pa ch, Cromer N. H Oliver and David - Visited relatives here Sunday. Rantbo wore in Louisville, Friday Mrs. George' Cook is .visiting her We believe that the present parents, Judge and Mrs. Jerome county officials intond to redeem J. W. liiir, at Mt. Vernon. made in their platshop man, the promises Baker, tho butcher form, for they have already proved ' was in Mt: Vcruon, Tuesday. it, and the following bids fare to ftlohnCockrell, and Mrs E. L. prove it further: About two weeks were in Mt. Vernon. ago Uio office of Judge Ba'laid ' Ttt'esdav, on business. John Pope 'T will'move hfs family to Somerset, , was crowded and Judge noticed n.inhr in itin noar fnturp. ,a lady in the midst and asked her 1 N (J H O N. - n.-l-o- I -- Well, wo are having the cold-- , "was told' on Champ Mullins years ngo. Mullins had gone to Mt. Vernon a few days previous to t lie day on which the conversation took place. It was a very cold time andsomoof his friends usked years and it reminds s of what 0,t weather that we hiivo tiad for Ho thoy answered they did. asked if they had the license and tho boy handed them to the Judge. Then ho married them. After the cerernonv the boy nsked the Judge Ins prko. He auswerod $1.50, the boy only haying so cents asked a friend if ho had a J dollar to loan him, and his friend Dis. No. 1. M. Ballard, J.R C.Cv G. told him ho did not. Then he : ?' to .the Judge and said he Copy Attest turned Bowman; C.R.C C. S. P. never heard of anyone charging over 50 cents in his life. So, the FAfflERKNOWS Judge told him that lie would not charge him anything, and the newly married couple wont their n !!!lLT.rifqtfBi ham way rejoicing. So, Judge Hallard has put marrying in this county on the free list. Now, ic we can only find a partner, Hicks and mvself can get a bargain R. , Lemonds was, in Lebanon, Monday. Mrs. Sams has-- returned from Pittsburg. Ky., and reports her mother, Mrs Pittman, much' improved. j vv. u.iKer, who is running a butcher shop here, wjas imwiyTiVlmmMky'Vn ttKaoJa ierMKf in Mt. Vernon, Monday. Eal m iir Rico, who is attending college in1 Cincinnati, Ohio, was with homo (J. J. Rtco at folks Sunday. Wo Coll Them and tended the Masonic banquet at 'We Stan! By What You Buy." Lebanon Junction, Monday even60I?tl,in? .,hnt.h? ing.1 Wo believe that the ground '.e'e .wl? could do for her. She only laughed hog has someth'ijg to do with th but some one spoke up and said weather, or il .weather lis llLr-JiJatOd I rim OBViQLzZ she wanted to get married. something to d with the ground Judge asked where the other party hog, and how we have not had but Tho Cash Stora was, and! a boy twenty ,years old one pretty day since he wei t back S. C. Franklin, the L. &N. arose. The lady was" forty-twyears old. The Judge asked them watch inspectcr, was" here MonFOR FLETCHER'S if they wished to get married and day looking aftor the railroad said Preci' ct bo and Said Pre hereby cinct is to bo known as Pine LI ill Precinct aud as No. 12, with its boundary ns follows: Heginuing at M'ullms Stition and excluding same; thence to Cluro with II. R. and including same; thence a straight line to J. B Pike and including same; thence a straight tine to R. h MoForron's mill place and including satae; thence with the dirt 10 id to Jesse Denney, mid tnclndincr htm: thence a line to Jus Barnes and straight including sa.u;; tluncj a straight ine to tho forks of the roau at Win. Owens and excluding him: thence with the county road going to Brush Creek to the ndsjorun.. a ning off to Mnllins straight lino to Mulliis Station. Said Precinct to be ui Magisterial the fs Court-tha- J Same Flour in Sacks 70c A IMo.100'1 Family Flour good enough for me, a barrel only costs : : : i : ) u ys a sack s $5 8c 8c , Shoes and Dry Goods are not Groceries, of course, hut we have sttoh a big store of them to close out that wo just had to toll yon about them right now. CORN Fine Sugar Com nice and sweet, hard to beat Fine Can BEANS, per can, Rree CLOTHING, Underwear, Hats and "darned nigh" everything you can think of are to bo closed out here this month. Fancv Head RICE New Michigan BEANS hand-pickNavy 25( ed 8c , WHOL3 ALE You can buy at wholesale prices all during February. li cans. hpi'i-ial- . 5 lbs. for SALMON - No. Cans t2' value " Alaska Pink Salmon, packed in heavy rHi oil, ', '; Special, 3 for Z.0 1 P" " Remember ! This is MATCHES the big 5c box BAKER'S tnent aud when advertise- - .It of Canital Alatehes uvcrv one a good ono. Sliceial, Boxes for HI Li ' SPECIALS-AMERI- CAN U.G. advertises a Sale, ho has the goods Special to hack it up. mV w A FEW CAR-LOA- D FENCE Big Stock Low Prices PROGRESR STOVES and RANGES FURNITURE and CARPETS Stoneware and Hardware kiImoP Q FLOUR, FEED and SALT J Ik light Goods US m Jfa eSS w lolDr COUNTY'S vestL DOES The Right ROCKCASTLE J o Cf-iJdro- n cry JSPJL&W& "THE STORE THAT 3Tm to tl Prices 37 n .,:?'-'- - CASTORIA THE BUSINESS." r.t. t. 5TSUT- - &fJiBXiiiaXUSG&:im.'-'t-gr-i.- .1 hu-btii- . ' i"S"ini uTir.T Ti"f n'f i7i1niagilil I'liirrin "nrtrti Hi fritf. Tmiii7ininiiTi'ii5Tirnriiif a " t faftfafffuefaff. uid 10 Mott reennth' MT. VERNON SIGNAL gathering of students! Whn i t .. 4. : come to till; countries wb TO Clit'ist has not been proclaimed. tind tne desert places. perhaps ynn admit those gouor Publhlud every Friday bv 'nl statements to be true, but du EDO Ah' S. ALBRIGHT. not fool Hint tlioy liuvo any s, e S1.00 Jul beuritig.on the q of ni1 YKAR u ascription ONK the wont in vhos giving their fnvywi Friday, Feb. 27. 1914 1 ' Ai..4S.;.,a mi, made known on .town's outstripping another in growth in the limrt of thiChtistian America wh .1 application ' W (hicis ham KBNTDCKV us i hen look at question from another standpoint PRKSS ASSOCIATION church let Let in every vill age or p ion of thereby dehtrovuigiho loundation HORRiBLlv BLOTCHES OF giving trie mnniy! I,tnr Q"1' Wi,s ,he Sf each of the most corrupt towns in or the disep, and RCZEMA of tlu 'ate Or. on Proctor, of that by building up thi patient .trera:ili that Stat? was givon.-an- d be constitution and assisting county. He is survived by four Quickly cured by Dr. Hobson'.s was the startling f ict brought out n .lure in doing its woi If. The! btothers, Oeo. S. Proctor, Tart Eczema Ointment. C. P. Caldwell It's about as dillicult to describe these now where biiheiy Hie proprietors "the have so "Mv Proctor ttnd John Proctor 0, of New Orleans, La., states; clothes as to write about the prettiest girl was most poisistout, where illegal faith in Us curative powers trnt .U !V"d J' W" l r0ct0r' of B,od-fo- r doctor advised me to try 'Dr Hob at a Leap Year Party. Von'vo got to Beo Hundred Dollars! wa- niol rampant, they offer O e liquor .selling son's Salve. I used three boxes any case that it mils to cure. lleilcl and fivo siiters, Mrs. Sara of Ointment and three cakes ot Dr Iu r with your own o es. Maybe you'll liko was most lit where immorality Herrin, Mrs Mary Herrin and Hobson's Drtna Z Send for s: of tcstimonhls' Soap. To grant, were fiose twns i her if you don't there are others. So, ifj Address P. J. OHEIIEY & CO. Mrs AI en Hiatt.of Quail, Mrs day I have not a spot anywhere which there was lio" resident min Toledo Ohio. i Cvntl.-on my body and can say I am ono suit doesn't please you, we've another. Bryant, of Somerset and . Sold by all Druggists, 7sc. ister, lihl where no Cluistiau ser., Mrs' RlUh r"n. of Level Green, cured." It will do the same for It's a question of taste. Pi ices ? That lies Take HaT, Family Pills for you. Its sootning, healing, anti vice vdS refill uly held.' If this remains were broiuht h re septic action will rid you of all const-patiowith you. The better the clothes you buy, in New England, would Kontuck) thi morning from Louisville and skin humors, blackheads, pimples , . the longer theyjast and the bettor they faro better without t lie churches? Mrs. Salhe Mniciim, o C ay the burnt will , Eczema b'otches, red unsightly L,t us bl.1)lr the a widow of 8, has 3sode ion home ,... afternoon .take place look while vou re wearing them, lint skin clean - sores, and leaves your . . . 0, Tm, cllUKC,jEs AN) ALL hi;cnijaiiiM. ouu ,tins it) living tery Interior in the Buffalo ctme- and healthy. Get a box to day. veryone prefers ours They are best." Journal. CHURCU LIFE WERE AIJ children and four dea I; 9j grand All druggist-- , 5oc. or Gnaranteed. by mail. JN MT. VERNON children l.ving and 19 dead; 28 - oUsllKo Stiiayrd: One hog, black with Pleiffer Chemici! Co. Phili lelphiaj ";oroi a cuunuy aF,. .. WOULD HAPPEN? WIIAT (I) great grandchildren living and 7 whi'e fet, niaked withtwo under- & St. Louis. U I1I1II1UI1 flint l mm We would 1...., no Sunday LlllUg 11KO , School dead; 9 , .. .., .t..0..l f.i'WUl tnngs to (onna mime aooiu.uu' to which to send our boys nud living and 2 dead. A total of 182!'lit, it'olfrlir- nlwiut- 0rt nmtnrtp. Ulf IflSUIIl n. ,. For Sale: 100 acres of hind, xvp.eV and the Datron.scan hardly lqi-C me about Dec. . Owner one and ono halt miles South of ' ' ana nu-men 'get uosceuuaris, wnom are would gins 300 01 cm hive sinie by piytng cost ( f overestimate How" much ho appre t icir siijidaids of life and mo.al living. Pine Hill. 10 acres in cultivation idverliing and damage. ciates any effort they make in lty, more or' less, from the street 2 houses, 1 barns, 25 acies fenced Haley Muu.ins, furnishing him the facts for news sand otuor suitab'o places. (2) "with good wire, loo good young FOR FLETCHER In the Sirgleton Valley, 8 mile items There voiil(l,ju once' be a general apples trees, good well, most of frmn Mt Vernon. I decline in the moral tone of the bnd level. Will sell this land AN honest boost does the boost town. (.'jOtir.town worth the money. I also have property wotld er as much good as the boosted depreciate in value. (4) There 500 acres on Long branch, unitn If vou're not in the habit ot tast- would be unmrked Mump tu busi povea, will sell at S2.00 per ncre ing of this sort of joy, take a deep nes-- . (;") There would bo an im! s some timbar, coal and draft today. Try to think of mediate about lo acres is bottom land. 1 the growth of something t good to say about the town, bacaiiseahe better cla-iso have 20 hp. boiler and engine, it us i1 somebody, and then say of citizens would no saw mill, grist and all appurteu-mce- s longer be vou meant it.. When you meet attracted to a.towu be!o:ij;ing. Also some pood that had lost up with a khocuor especially a us churches. own propei ty. Will sell any or home-tow. knocker,7J)i'i him ill of this property at a bargain. We believe that our readers will "' rfiV A MAZING 1 AWfOUPfiOltJ MODEL witlra boost. Keep n mind these aree with us that the churches R. L, Mg'FhkroN, v The OLIVEH No. 7 a typewriter of 'supenxcelJeuto, words of Atnalmn Lincoln: 'Mt. Vernon, Ky. of a town are a large factor in the like to see a man proud or normal and .successful develop- with automatic devices ami refinements that mark the zenith I he lives the placj in which ment of that town. And we do of typewriter progress. A marvel of beauty, speed .and easy n man live iu it so hesitate to affirm like to see I that theohi.rches action. Typewriting efficiency raised to the nth power. that his place will be proud of of Mt. Vcruoif in spite of (ill that For Infants and Children, The OLIVER No. 7 embodies all previous Oliver inno him. Be honest but hate no one; might I o said of their The Kind You Have Always Bought mitations vntions and new devices never liefore seen on am overturn a man's wrongdoing, .or. imperfections, are a very you surely depend posiBoars the but do not overturn him unlessTt" tive for good in the com- typewriter. A leap in advance which pl:ios The Oliver ten Signature of foie of trouble is acmust be done in overturning the munity. Now go with us one years ahead ol its time. So smooth in action, so light to tin wrong. Stand with anybody that step farther. If nobody went to touch, so easy to run, that experts, are amazed. A model that standsiiir.it. Stand with him church in Mt. - Vernon, A WINTER CfoUGH there means to the typi.st delightiul ease of operation. big one by depositing while he is right, and part wim would be no church, and then, A stubbord, annoyinz, A model that means a higher .stiuidn''d of typewriting, him when ho goes wrong." in mg cough hangs on Well, it only ronuiius for us to racks the l longer and better servio. body, weakens the lungs, and .suggest a few reasons for support "You'll Kind the necessity "of thinking bolore The No. 7 is now on exhibit and sale ht nil Oliver often leads to serious results The The remains of Rev. Geo. O. ing the churches of Mt. Vernon. paying a great Incentive to saving. When first dose of Dr. King's New DisBarnes, the noted Evangel it, and Why attend regularly ono of the IJranches and Agencies tliruout the United States. trouble comes what you have been prevented covery gives relief Henry D his wife were brought from Sam churches of'Mt." Vorlion? Or of from frittering away will make a comfortable Sanderf, of Cavendish, Vt., was threatened with consumption. bel Island, Fla., and buried in the community iu which you live? balance. after lnviig pneumonia. Hef Bellevue ceme'ery, Danville, Feb. (I) Because the church i.s writes "Dr King's New Dis God's greatt'st institution to th.-l.Sth. covory ought to bo in et?ery fami-- ! worlj lb is direct! or indirectI; it isctrtainly the best of all ly behind every great moral and medicircs for coughs, colds or MAKE A TOWN THINGS THAT - " " "" win. lung trouble." Good for children's social movement today. NO. 1. Money back if not satis-liecoughs (L') Because the soul needs culPiice 50c. and $1. co. At all ture. You can'fadord to let the Druggists. By Rkv. G. S. Watson ) D children grow up without the reH. E. Bulklen & Co. Philidolphia fining iiilluence of the church. ITS CHURCHES or St. Louis .Why is it that some towns grow Oliver Weiulwell Holmes once Taken dp; -- Two bucks and "is a little plant, Kern County has room for 200.COO settlers. This may seem and prosper, while others, appar said: "There one ewe sheep came to my place impossible to jou but not so when you know that Kern is as big eutly not less fortunately situated calieu Reverence, in the corner of ubiut 5 months ago Color white as the whole State of Ma sachusetts It U a wonderful county lag behind in growth and in the my seal's garden, which I low to Ovvnor can have samo by paying of progress? We believe have watered about once a week. and hundreds are makii g good here. march ill damage. (!1) Because the church is the that the growth and prosperity of LaWkkncb Halcomh We have issued a beautiful booklet telling much about in the world Kern toivns, liko the success and happi- givntest influence Feb. 6 3L Pme Hill County. This booklet will be m nt 10 you free, together with for the piouit.tioii of human fel ness of individuals, are governed a map of California and a copy of SUNSET MAGAZINE, the by certain fixe i principles that lowship, drawing po pls together. And Isn't thih just what we need monthly guide of the homeseeker an.) settler, if you "will send & are universal in their application. more of, in our business, our us ten cents in stamps to liplp deftay the cost ol mailing. number of We propose, in- a of articles to deal with some of clubs, our lodges, out society. SUNSET MACAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, San Franchco, California (4) Because the church appeals The tow inor'el has m ire im- fiennf. vVe shall oven continue in the most important ' lactors in the mail, and provements. lefuiementn and new ftrce our popular To- to the best that is in a Day MT. VERNON, ICY, lite and upbuilding'of towns. but one of there is some g.,od in all men. uses than ve Bi'i even enuniptate purchase plan, the same as ,pn TTrnn t.Rrmma nvpM ("lal'tar'a ?ini'o day we shall consider .V X&X&X& Phone previous Oliver models. them. Of the things that reallv Aristotle doPnetl man us a politi hero 3C$DCQ -- SjJJ'fjM. defined him to the pennanont sue contribute T.'t!' The OLIVER No. 7 equipped '.!. innl.li...i.t l.n.. UnA- - Willi IIG1 J IIC 'cess of a town, the moral charac-- as a socjal aniiualf Burke cled anchor keys a- d the Ut'fllti auto; with the famous Printypo. if de new Ho is all BETHUaUM & LEWIS ter ol itscitizens takes a place hinTiTreligioUSMtnimal le-- s work for. sired, without ex'rii charge. muji...is u real man matic featuies 11101 second to none. TheYofore when tliteo. io Attorneys at Law . the hinds, Ies striin on the eyes? . You owe it to yoursolf to see discussing the influences that who isn't rehghniSyis, "well and mental effort. Offices in Bothurura Bldg. leso manual the new machine bsfore you buy makea town we do not hesitate li'ical and fiqcjaO Numocous ciiies-- thruout t'je all of t ese masterly me- any typewrit-- r at any price. Note Will practlco m all the CoUrts. With fir.-- t of all. to say: Its Churches. spettf and easy action, Religion has over been the sav country, at the present time, are chanical improvements we hayo its beauty, ing force in society. No one can hiving a "gala church" Sunday made the macinie more beautiful its wonderful automatic devices. COMPLETE LINE Try it on any work that is ever m a " Prom point to a single country or civili- on which Sunday "a concerted and symmetrical The OLIVER No. 7 done on typewriters. Try it on UNDERTAKER Collins, Caskets and Robes zation that has long prospered eflort i.s made taget the great ma and EMBALMER the moral force and spirit- jonty of the people of the entire attains superlative excellence. f many ki'Hls of work th.it no other without Mail, Telegraph or typewriter will do. ual help of religion. Even the m city, out to the services of one of Nothing yoli could wish for has 9 orders Promptly though the churches. Why not hive a been omitted. The now devices' called pagan religions, It is a significant fact that the ZAfffffffUrfflfilfffffffffffffkW. HUlerL have exerted "go to church" day for Mt. Ver- refinements, improvements and typewriter ih.t ihtrodhced such mixed with error, non? And turn Out nn masso to untold influence over individuals conveniences founi on the No! 7 opoch.maknig innovations as visiof a nation or race, in holding church? Wouldn,t such a move- represent an enormous outlay ble writing, Printypo," etc .should X'i&CCafooca&flCf them together and giving them a ment reflect credit'" on the entire and vas'ly increase its value -- Mr be the first to introdUcqautomaMc fellowship. But community? To see all the price has not been advanced one method's of operation. iiWWIBMKlWlfffffff common bond of rky it, was not until the coming of churches of Mt.' Vernon tilled to Christ that the world received its overflowing on a single, day audvat hicrhest civilizing force and great- - j the same time, might startle .the , . . FOR FLETCHER'S F.OR FLETCHER'S ' est moral uplift. Indeed no le s preachers a little, cut it wculd bo Oliver FOR FLETCHER'S CHICAGO. Typewriter Building than John R. j u happy surprise, as was that of R world traveller A de-cri- UNRottlie most diflicnlt tasUfs in a newspaper offico is getting the facts reUtivo to births, deatlH ..,1 nnnitininltr "uuu u.nHinnno tn ilia v. iu.u Many people take it for granted that when a peison dies, theed tor is familiar with every detail of thehfeof the deceased and his ac tivities, when as. a fact, he knows absolutely nothing qbout him ,bi t he has to get his information fron other somces, same as other would linvo to do. It is the same wnh regard to marriages o. other more or les impor ant happenings in the community. In almoit every c fte the editor has .... .. tU u.B uV il... c,..m,u.u,, w.- i r onl. fy himself and the readers of Ms paper with a meager and mnc curate account The average eH- AMERICA IP rHUCHMS PI AN CHURCHES WERH OBOLISH ED? There would bo immediately a deterioration in inoraK Somo lour years ago one of lb leading Now York papers made ni exhaustive oxamiinl.o.i hit th political moraU of lp.ncrln rwl ' urmi tiuuiu uuuiJMiiui1 a certain Ne Wtntii .-' $., - h w;,h,)d A ceta led Hint. Im.l li.wm , t,L.M,v ;, CIRCUIT COURT Rim lfsm 111 rfridi-mn- . ' tftw PUT Th. Honkot Ml Ver.nri lather: ' Tommy, II" t ynur VS.CnniMlMlwicr's Siilo l.oaisvi'le MomIuv 'After :i C II Ulccfc C (. llmviimn. iiiothnrud'ill.ir, and then gavf I.OII'' IllllfS.. lofti Admr of II V RowitMn, ln'i' live ilullnrs inorp, what w iu d llv viriit.i nf it iiiilL'mcnt nmt orlcr ul Ihvv.'" sin Tommy's inothtjri Dr I). K Proctor, who llllS i0 f iiij Circuit Court c ml J not wait lot jus fu.i.svver, Derti in pour he.iltli frSixt-li rendered ut "iti January Term, I1014, she quit Uly insti-erewill or Iuiii, vears pa .Sfd a.vnv :.t ilm iCntmn tlim-o- f in tho aluv dt.vled 1 ' tlsterns ' We hope the wom'op liilirmnyat Louisville Monday olYcr for s'l,c Xli lllJ hlghcu mid Iwnt ",,,,c I'ub.lc auction, on the 28th .My got over We afternoon, where h, had ihk iluvof February i9il, between tbo i v.o,.rt I the s would e on Saturday ;, hy his wife for of 0 oVlock a ... and 4 o'clock ,. Let's tr it and see troiMnent. His death was due t( in, tho following deiuribeil property: s oumch trouble. Dr Proctoi One steam h.uv mill, engine and boiler $U" REWARD, $loo mil nil the hppui'L'iititicest to the enmu he- nild fliriiK r.nnntn iliij oiiv The ot longing this paper will r.., ...,.. ' .... . K wiu.sviiio Thjrt Halo will e Pleaed o earn mat there is at " l3 made where the e dreatkd disease that Hpwas ,l devout member of The property is now located, it being on the vience lus been able to cine to all Church of Christ and was fhvas lands of Jerome Cox on the head waterr its stages, and that is luiarrh. at his place when he was able. of the Lou Ur.wich, In Rockcastle Hall s Catarrh (Jure is the only Ho loaves a wife. ' who was' Miss County. ICy, Salo will bo made on n credit of three Known in me jtnvis 0f Louisville, positive cure now and five inonMis bearing interest from date ot nioicai liaiernuy. vaiarin oeing . ddren to mourn the loss of a sa'e until paid and having the force and n I'rns'il lit iniln! dUt.'Isp r(nmi'ln I'oi.'tiiitioual trtiitiiuiv. Hail'- htband and father. The child-atarr- effect ofa judgmsiic Bidders mut he Cureis takrit ircrni'l.y, ie-- i aie Loam's. Adelaide, JoeBin-icu- n prepared to comply wUh these terms G S GttlFFIN, directly upon ihe blood arid ton, Austin and EJvvard. Ht: wa,s ihe-.Vblaster Commissioner of the RCC ot Mucorssurn-e- s m. b(iril aiul 1.eam, , Rockcas,i0 KOCKCASrLiK l i'-vo 1 o'd wiisrj h'jr I) D A WAV PASSES. COMMISSlONEKH HAIjE ..--' xIs- - lA STYLE art t.- - i : . r.fi. ..,.).,.., th.hok. '1 f V. -- i.tu t Ui ........ THEY PREFER OURS No Wonder, n ) lea-ton- - h Simple as A B Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style C-Our- s worst-town- - ?m' . ! po'-so- 1 m-- a j I I 'u 1 n.. s- --. Touts-co'intv- - I - L. COCKRELL -- i ..'. , y 1 r- IS I I 1 LIVINGSTON, ICY. Cliildreix Cry i C ASTO R A I s Announcing The New Typewriter OLIiVER No. AR 7 n -- 'I CASTOR A The Helping Hand t 1 self-actin- g can most upon in time your bank count. Better start to acquire a what you have ! The Bank ofJVIt. Vernon. The Bank of Mt. Vernon . y d. Kern County, California Wants Farmers - - P. H. Conover Dentist AO-- pr4u,yff ciL-l1."'!".- 1'1 I &ypO&r& SD 1 - GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER 11 I , BrodheadKy every-standpoin- J.O.M0OLARY Tolo-jhon- e - jdkWikW. .. .... Stanford, r ?3C)!CCX 1" -- The OLIVERiTypewriter Co. Children ury CASTORI Children Cry CASTORI A Children Cry CASTORIA 3 iH fejrVg T t i it t ?f" vJ rv MT. VERNON '"fla SIGNAL I ny- suits at just, tiie price you - I ' -- ' HKOlMrtiAl);. 1 - esagjJHaSss3ia3ii Compr0lt - JT-- jeKteas$4j SS&tHBttE9tiZ3it ".f f?- - ::'.' S want to pav nt W.sh's i ! i?!!t! f't'tlf ,Mf .. Veunon,-- Ky fob. 27, 1914 Wn6dyitrd.dven is in LexingJ. M. Ul'aig "bought of Wm. ' . "OiV Jti ' v ' Hurst an extra good ifiHro mule,' 3 ton this week. rW underbuild in Feb sbLiiiti6'nTlie'vijle.' up "No. 79" wnn TfV years old for that-hlilis'a position with Colgate $150. ruarV 1 fllS'nml' tho .'Southern A p. outs Willi SIONAlL &Co;:0jE.NdW York, under John Tlie Postolhce ut ,Uui'gjord.-- In's Evans". palachian Good Roads Association' Grant Thompson diid e county, will be discontinued alt.r coiofe-here'af1 held in Octol)er''l1Jia nlpjntAshe lbo& at his h&ne ndar'Wabdi last Mo ' a Uy JamksmMarBt-- . , . 28.I1 of this month. villo, VhoriJ tlie. subject of "Bobiie the .t and vas day'wjth. 'pneumorfifv. Th'o'Wt'ltor Secretary" of alio Way" (sohauiddby theiMt, Vcr, eo...P(nfr think tljrttyOaJxuy ,,from overy o J. M.Cmigsold to A J. Norton- buried-a(- ' tho Providence bury- - Mt jCommercluliUlub) noh Commercial Club) was gfven St'.. (liiiiiiitier whtf comes 'along. Wo'louk Jr., 35 acres of good land in the itig ground tho following day. Ho ta .tn the Pinnacle Hews a n Bir bob'stand created ;. much inoa ut V ",ything but wo goldom bi;y. Drop West side for $625 'is. survived by his widow, and i notices ' e LOUWVILLC&NAtHVIUcn CO. ft, double column odilbrul in iMssue terostamolig the iuni,and just browsd'aroUnd-onstpre' sevcn children.- - Walter Robins All the machinery for thd Mt. peculiar from fourteen $tates. iThis proof Feb. 5th has some-a , Your time, w,il bo, well spoifj;and,incidenitly, TIME TABLE. sa Vernon Powor Co! has been,wus ,n' Mt' Vornoh last Sunday comments on tha .subject of posed highway fe endorsed by n.. you Vtilf have a high'opiijioh'bf ' aa 22 north... uouton, Boono Way. It is to bei regretted .4.50 p m boneht nnrt nR snn Monday. Horace q tl,.. w.nii.i.r "" "T . the! 'leitdiugliighway i v .: ta eo..-.- . 24 nortn . as .... 3:53 r m will permif,, the work of installing who has' been with his mother at that th'e'aufhor of the editorial teti of itllifuclmg as tbe United. this place, lor several mouths, re23 south', ' will begin j aw didn't study thd matter nidre States Gboci "Roads" Association of C6M to 'California last week a 21 South ...i.Vy' .i.I2:t9 fi til D. M.Cjess recently bought, o( turned ho has gCdd position. closely before1.saying anything at ifhich Senator' Buukhoacl 'of Al.(-- . Oat.i. est...' a whore a' JAS. IvANDRUM, Agent. all on'the question Had ho done bama is proKidelit and! the late as t pair of miilos-aS Dn W. F". Carter was :in Phone No. 8. " oo so we are satisfied- his editorial Southern1 railroad president Air. oe.i. $38750.; Jasper McGraw 30 hogs m i week With relatives. W would have contained many, less (Finley YVas'cha'ifm'au of 'the Exo as at 6cts. and from Walter Owens A-tliis week Entered nt the Mt Vernon, Ky. FostolBce Robiiis is at homo as erros'than it docs dutive' cOuutill." Champ Clark, ( 24.shtep nt S3 per head. atconIciM( mail matter. ai as where ho from LoCkland, Ohio, an It .wa) not necessary either thatgpeak6r oFtlfe '( IIii'uso' heartily no"- -- We makd'Tf snialler'rirsrit but wo sell more The store building and stock of ha"bedn working for as the past clothes. You pay 'less 'money and, get more bd used in some fAVors'. the ' 'und'ct'titking. Ollie Oftii, lERSONA.Ji goods. of J, C. Miracle at. Conwavj several :mOnths, and will llkolyre au valuSrjBecauso'.Jya believe in this plan wo pir'ts," while InlilliPi' linos attempt James is Its stadiich rlond. Oil.., to have become tho Leading Cl.Othlcro. at) Was, destroyed by fire las.t, Thurs- fturh within' the next few days. Will Mullinn was home Sundaya ibg in faint way to praise tlie Thru the 'wol'k' oft Senator W. ag.. day niglit. There was $2350, in Mrs. Linda Benton, 'and son John from IJrerjtwood, Tenn. as if the people O. firad'loy"'tii,e' Agricultural Defabrics Fashioned'tip" to the minute. surance on building and stock.' . returned hofne from ' Millersburg" efforts MttO ' finely finished. Come in and look them over. sentiment iii favor 'of partment at Vashlngtotl, sent a Miss Maud Rowlee hns been they hud to vote a' No trace as yet has been found a'few'tlays'ngo, whore act' an. lihiiatifg llie, proposed htgliwny highway dnglliecr " oyer vory sick the past week. a ao Miss 'relatives. Uist .. vi ppo.cialr stylfiio f.or;yourig.v-and- of P.kEOwehs, the" missing' c'ar- - been visiting 63 frdhi 'Cumberland Gap to Crab from crab orcimrd tq.Uumocr Our efficient L & N AgontrXA-- ' telg'selectlon lor ail men. c es Jewel Frriilclsco, daughter of F. penier, and his wifo and four OtJ Orchard, iovor' the old "Wilder- land Gqp to makfc a reqonno.s. Ijndrum is improving rapidly. - son of att childron w.il.1 leave to day for Mid-- ' Francisco, and John Pike,as ness R6ad mid' Boon's Trail,'--' sane'd survey. 'This engineers Dr. W.T; Francis wasnt homo blcibo'ro where her relatives live. Rev. and Mrs: A. .!, Pjke, were theref'lo conuect with the Ken- - eport'to the Department -- estimatf lor a few days, this and lust week. married in 'Louisville lastThurs . '.' ' ..'jCa'!.!'' 2.' T. ,JCi(je(ey was named' Tues- day, aud lifter isiting Knoxville flinlinurL.tnm uif t....ll. ll....nl... "T . .1. ' COSt Ol -C'OIISW'UUHOII !H, uurejr iW piciii iuiui'iKva iiiciuuvjCd 1110 Daily has been right sick Henry J. connectfng tho north,, not tlhvest r,O24,C00 "dr $10,430 administrator of tho estate day tier rrille," and othei"points returned to this for a few weeks but is improving. of E. L. Cocktell deceased. It is place last Monday. .We under. and southeast thru the mountains. btillt'in rannncr tlii't the Goveiii-- . Rovy Mulllnsof Dudloy, spent eStfmajed'Yhat The. Ml. Vernon Commercial Club mom cons'trncts. "Sefmtot' Brd Mr. Cockrell's es a portion of "the week in Cincih tate w.ll b- e- between $30,000 and stand tlu-- will make their home uor'tbo people of that, pushing ldy has ntri;4uped a bill in.Coni in Lebanon Junction. Ihese are nitti. " w w H n IvMl ntf - v 1 J m w ''origi' gross calliugpriatv.'rippropriatioti $40,000. . splendid young- people, and their littld.town claim Judge If. W- - Bethurtun- - wii in of the idea of n National to put, a cprps of engineei's in tho In thjLs.issm appears! tho first many friends join us in wishii.g nators" Pinevillo Tuesday on legal bust Highway to be built over said field to make a .more 'p'ractical by Rev. Geoi them unbounded success thru Jilo. . W tson on;. "Things that make a Wade Manes, 14 yoars old. e,qn, rotito. 'Pinoville deserves tint survey and estimate, Joe Francis ol Chicago, is with town " Wo trust every person.in of Mr, nnd Mrs Wtloy Mapes, honor, But they did ''revive' ' the The Daughters of tho American jn January, Ifll3-anh's parents; Dr aud Mrs.W. T Rockcastle countymay road these died suddonly .Revolution of North Carolina, Vir af their' homo 'movement imniodia'tely went to 'Work to as ginia, Tenhossifer and Kentucky Francis. articles. , one mile west of town Mom, about certain tho sontiment of tjf coun have a movement on foot for mark$ ii. A, Hnvsof the Wildle sec PEOPLES $ BA'K. E. W. Hacknuy has been named day noon. He was a bright little try in general on tho, subject. ing Boones Trail from Hillsboro, in town Wednesday, on tlon, was boy, and his death His cast a deep Postmaster at London which apCongressmen of Kentucky were N. C , to Boonesboro, Ky;, by bustnc(. pointment meets with hearty gloom Over thd home of the par first.conferred with, theu followed erectiOn'htpbints" ovpry leif trtjles A. B. Furnish and Cashier W aproval of t'le patron of that ents and friends'. A few months those of adjoining states t:early all along the liud rftono markers "befttv i. L. Richards, were in Pinoville on office. Tho efforts "of a worthy ago an older son waslflllod in tho of whom advised that they favor lug riiollioi'Tal ,"iablets 'advising . ...... .jr.Vi.v. -- , business Tuesday. Phillipine Islands in a railroad ac .........-.'.f..7..' voung democrat justly rewarJeJ. J-"" ed tliq movement. The.Gov.oF-uor-s thaMho great'frqtitieraian ''pass cident; We' extend to tho bereavRobert Leo Hasty, son of J. L. of tho same talso fell-iThompson, of the Wabd ed ones sympathy in this their od The Daugh; tiastv, of Lvel Green, has gone to brant lino and asked their ' stat'rntm- - ters of the American Revolution section, and ouo of the county's sad hour.' Thd remains of tho Osborn, Kansas, to locate. bers in Congress to support a endorse our movement and are most upright, honorable citizens, ol the- - ' "Wonderful: . County Clerk, St F.Bowman died Monday morning of pneu- little boy were laid to Jest in tho- - bid, when- put up to them, fon good Boone Way - - vv Mifi boosters. has been confined to his room for monia, lie loives a wife and seven Mothodist Church cemetery, after tho constructi n of such a-- 'highThe News says amorgone'of short services by the Rev A.J. the past week with cold. children. His remains wero laid Pjko. On next Monday evening way, Com.morcinl Clubs of its "&ane",romorks that Rockdas Hugh McBee and Hiram Laws. to rost in Providence buiying the Brodhead Knoxville,- Asho tie is .rich in stone and could, Literary Society of tho Quail Section, were in town ground Tuesday. ville, N C , Richmond, Bristol, lirnlsh .enough of that article to P will meet in tho hall over Citizens on business lust Saturday, Va. Tenn., Danville, Stanford. build a road iic.rja5S-tUnited Dikhctoks Mketing: A meet- Bank, Instead of "the Graded Londop and.- ' Brbourvilje" 'aiill States, but falls fr. :. M.rs .Earnest Clark of this place hortof the ing of thu Board of Directors of School building. The following was operated ou at the Gibson in- th),Mt .towns. . and look mark. There is euough hereto t Vernon JiViir, Association programiwllLbe cariodutfc fijmary,ftt Kicumond, Tuesday. their Con- - Udlt the clobs with a twenty foot IUU illUllCI.' -- UV wftV 'Hi exercises, s culled for at 1: o'clock p. m , " Miss Mrs. R. B. Mullins and littl Saturday. Feb. 28, (tomorrow) at Etta So wder, son, Benjamin, were with Dr. nnd tha office? of AHy. E R.Gentry, Vocal Sold . Miss Sue Cable' ' Mrs. R. W. Dyche at Londtn. Over l'ie Peoples Bulk in" ,Mt. Ver-- . Short Story Fred Sowdor I Saturday anTSundoy. Reading Miss Mary Proctdr non. .Imp iiant business. Mr. VV. J. Sparks and family, Quartette Convenience vEor': file County Botrd- of Edl'ca-tob who have been jn Louisvijle for the Elder, Maurice PrOctor, will meet next Thursday. pist four months, are nxpected t.i M.O'vX5 jn.fche , .Snperintenient's Byrou Owens, John Robins '" Q&o'-ki&P- . ' No amount of misrepresentation1 by the return home tomorrow. Editorul Papj'r oflVre at b o'clock a. tn. and any' H MissReca Brooks J. C, Bullon and John J.. Mar one having business with the peddlers of alum, baking pp3v;ders,,.no. Jug' Ifl (f c of the Debate; '" farmers tin, prominent Board-igling with chemicals, or pretended. analysis, to appear at $ requested pl.es; J$;jb v. were in section, Scaffold Cane 'Resolved that th. United certificates, or falsehoorjs of that time This is the.rngular. or cooked-u- p States should interfere with the town (luring tho week. time 'or miking charges in school any kind, can change the fact that - " civil war in Mexico "' A. Landrum was called dfstrlc'ts. Mrs. J. Llhacadamizo-road- more'tIian''onceff(,)bl(idnvt''kilOWJt couldn't bo Atllraidtive, to East Bernstadt last Fridayp cloiieT'so he.wem n.is.ad .and done Measles ale certainly going the Prof. T. H.. Likins. E. 0. Watson account of Ihe death of her rela There, has" "b'oen crjushed-flnd- ,. itV Middlesboro Three Stat'e.. in Mt. Vernon. We oiI-el- al .S"1.V.1 Negttive who had the rounds Nelson tive, Mr. Rockcastle within shipped"from to namqtho Prof C. B Owens and A. M Hi tt would not attempt ' fio be of ISie e WOiNOBR. been an invalid for 18 years. "tirra :.; thfi'jast few ' 1 Jj V." " nunber of f unilies who have.tbem ' Its tree, everybody ' in viUd niVreHbW'tffXOOO " dur loSd"of "Rd'n Everette Mullins .and I'TheTexas xVonder ciirV.s kidney disease. Dr. D E. Proctor died at the Nor-ton w or have .had tho Sunday with put in one trjin aud bladf'er troubles, removing McKonzio i Stone, which it of absolute free trom With one or two they have been Inllrmary at Louisville, last wo'ulcl Both mil in length, re- jjfauel, Cures trianetf," wy'ak' and East Bernstadt. tiiends at 'pretty tough, but with the largo Monday. He hid been a sufferer 2000 locomotives to aJl'irreRulnritys .of.-.hequiring seem to have enjoyed their trip majority, lias been in.,a very light kidneys. for some fifteen years with stoni-achtv6, millidu and in holy- -" tiioh imd' women. and Robert says ho expects to go form. Royal Baking jPpVdcr is indispensable ;novo it, coutin n; ' ., ... trouble, which caused his ' stono nnd; the Regulates .bladdhr- - troubles in some more, when it is convenient. scpiare yards for im'akinjr finest aiiU most economical food. ' .. . i . Mrs. P E. Owens whoso Hus- death. '"About live years ago, he, excavations, .children; ' i. .uot vsjdui . ' siy your shippers, in th it several weeks moved to, Stanford from tho Quajj band disappeared zxaxp .'vigT.arrjfyrfcir LOCAL ave only made druggist, will be sent by. mail on j.rrs lor this stone ago a'nd ivho with her ' four child- section, and had. mide that'T:luce comparatively xm .11 dents in the Receipt Of t .ad,? pM'gtisM bottle Cash rings loud at Fish's. ren have been upon the moroy. of his homo since that time Ho was sides of thrpo ii Is. The Neivs in two months treatment., nd s us to oxpross to a son of the late "V. G.'Pioctor, Judgo 0. M. Ballard has ap- .world, calling its dtcama'. J cuts no ice. tails to perfect a ctire. Send V pointed Victor C. Tate, county tho people of Mt Vernon and es- and is survived by his widow, live Pttblic sdutiiiienrrules in. thp long for testimonials from" his a'nd othor ' Niceley her children, four brothers and five .treasurer., pecially Mr. T. run and that seitiment hasnow Lstates. Drr-.E- t W..rtall, 2926 Crniir shinned a car of flanks fdf'actsof kindness which sisters." Mrs..Sarah Herrjn, Mrs Reached a' "poin't which" in causing uitye sireerl.i3.6iiyuuis.jviu. rtrnrotift noiu ' keep her child- - Mary Herriu and"Mrs;( Allen Hiatt the-- Congress to sit upand'take iidtrce by Druggist,.-,;- -, 1,7 hogs, average 120 lbs, bought hasanabl.-- her-tJO , .. of Quail, Mrs. Ruth Brown of ren together. of'thedemauti thi. pooplq aremak- and 7 cts. at wjUpf. Lovel Green, and late Mrs. Cynthia Brown &Crai&b9iigbt,ot M E. ng or the conv ruction of hijgji CL'UB' NOTICE- Small pox are about a thing of Bryant, of. Somerset, are thesis jBurtpn 2or.headof.cattlo at 112.50. being of , ways by the Gqv rnmeht. follows: the past. '1 hero are no new cases The social meeting of the Wom- ters, and Geo. S a id J. A,- i?roc- v" i" foouneWa wil. be built butp'dt pver head.' t and the throe" families who have an's Club, planned for Feb. 20th tor, of Quail, Tart Proq'or. of realizing theiunsourid Thad the disease will beset free in WILLIE HAD A mGKN J. W. Proctor, of this had to be postponed'on account of Ottawa, of the Pin 'life, do hereby and hereon Ihe thatof th- - w cer'tainity -- a day-o- r two. .WATGH brothers. H'9 reFeb. 27J1 was chosen place, are his sickness. The're aro nacle I wife,, tnanv News editoriul Stuayed: A yearling horse as it later date, buUcondittons are mains 'Were laid to res.J. in Buffalo X DedlcaU'd to Will Owens) reasons whytliQ Govorn " coit, dark bay, right hind foot such n's to make it. impossible for cemetery Stanford Thursday I should consir.uct .tips jiigiiAvay. - ynifo hadKBfjr.mrwatch, her all wiljLaiid white, left my place Monday. In- allthe members tQ,b'e present on aftorn;on. Mrs, "audi Mrs. Wfll Rocks it could fu:rly throw; There isn't any doubt 111 world personal. formation leading to. his recovery that date. This meeting will ke Potts moved here froha Corbin is going into highway buildr Andovry .vhoid Willio went. that it The watclr was sure to go. :... ill uw uiatuus. a.;. nn.r will bo appreciated. place at the earliest convenient during- the week. ,Mr, .Pottsdiad pleasure wu.i is uuic w" lilt; c .. 7 l a position With tho ' Car Depart-meiappear later J.M. Martin, date. ..Notice-wilWay ought to bo on'epfrthe""firSf;lt.follQwed'him to call onouight, I hereby to recqiv e attention Kojitucity of. the L. & N at Corbiri, and Dudley, Ky. to do as she Feb. msa.,'jj.,,.m'tw.3i",!p Notice: Owing to, the. fact, was sorjously hurt there a few, pays into the Ntio iil'Govdrn. O0 ai."c BJ" l " "iiwii wus.iiu, admiriistrLtfix ROBBED OF MON EY: Lots that Mr. Henry Spivey, to whom apippint her I., I.M ' ,UJHU. .V. days ago. Miss Mqry Proctor 10.0QO;000 mentinore-th- u It of people are robbing themselves. I had, barg-nneo. soil my farm, , given out- - by-m- y aud Maurice Proctor of this placo 1?aiuii.i fittni'U V'nfi L.tuxnl It Till.tqn o'clock it waited i&ch every day by buyfng on credit, has decided not to buy and has.ro'-- ' the .unrl,.... should i.r"n will- - . Then stoned v, honse.tnfea Hiatt, and daughter, . skeins when they could pay the cash and fused to comply with tho terms of ,MrsrAlIen t "' , ft of CdiigreSs if MissQtna, J, A.' "Proctor and ihgnjssbuM'hf ' get their goods at a living price. contract, I am forced to calioff Tm Vil!idJLoPPaiv. .. ii... .!.!....!.. others from, Quail atteded the 1.-Take your cash to J Fish & Son my "sale of personal properly as iunerai 01 ur, u. ji. proctor at and bo convinced that your mojoy advertised (or March 6th, 1914. If?t'infnrH - TViHrdav ' H. . j VIUtlVIIIC Jortidth oi.onc wear's. rjTiiiotoj0 more will it j .!., uui .w....v. . . um.u'.j n.n..lll goes further at a ca?h store 1 reRtetto nave tonu tins, ': Vetnon durine i Owens was m Mt. buimtTfg thru When calling dii'ltiS girl,1 Mr, Herbert uuless the'furni is sold, I certain thd. week on business.' J McCoy-Henk- y: the mountains Avliiclfwould prove and, Miss ly do uQt Vant to sell my personal "flenrv of Winchester estate .a ?2.Q0Q policy in thp BrtaUfitV1'. McCoy, were marriod last effects. I trust the . peoplowill Lula thecountry., sale:---Oa- r" 'bred; Insurance x ' load ol clover ORNy-AT-LASaturday evening at the home of understand and apprecatejriyat-titud'- o For accompltshed v ATT !Mtibirtfr i$ot' represented Price right.' Also 'want to and, in. no way reflect Ufion hay. Versailles, Ky. by hv,di'.iK donging the ofd; '(t Miss Pattie Green, trie! 3 year old ' will reside me, ns"I was sincererinall that I seiiope pair co ning Mr. and Mrs Henry OFFICE0ti '2nd. 'floor o' will can't be dono " The Ririiiacld' ojuVlocaldrliggist, Winchester. - This paper joins haVe dorid and ani' calling off this horse mules, will, .sell worth.'tlld At News infl'tf'lfou'd recailtli9 sjogau The Bank of MtSVernon , on Churc money. ; He- - glad ,tp with the many friends of Mrs. sale only as a matter of noqessiJ.y. you their policies of udopted byit" mraarou Kansas street. Special dttentioni given GuaSTAVERSON,-. ' 1 , Yours. very, truly,Henry-itocollectious. Mt. in?heartv . Commercial Club. . "The ; lilaaiea -- Mi. yernon. (protection. , B A. Hayes! Feb.ao-itcongratulations and best wishes. ..7 greksinen!' ThB of M t. Vornoii. has fl'afl a- Vipte inoertligd'or-thp- ' son'tativc "attliii :SoiUhdrn NrtUonal H&hwayAs 79 o JiPiDMcleiews VQj-.np- nc, .'.,. L- , Qpn't hesitate to .! - !i,l,,,,i!"f,f i id .(" Wfc i- . ( Just around s -- - . ifi' -- r - . . , AgoT-ciatioii-s & - . t Shelby-villo'la- st - e.. iiuil ty licK uUyylflfi . . ea. . a. ea. DO- GUARANTEED SUITS. '- - I " 'as - - 11 Mt.-Vorno- 1 All-wo- tiie-rou- te - I - "n ..t.-- - t'':rkt'; m - 'a y &OrSTnmGCll The Cash Storer d 1 . $ . $ '$ " 'A Straw 'will 'Show --.-- ,. thiswaMn,'.' 4 'th:c"WiridBlov'Ptt"r7 71 - theay -- Have"yrQu'6ticed the Growth r $ A & ' - "Lr'- - - $ he - ., - other-citios'an- thereV a reason. C-D-SOElb- - ':' 'Mm Doi-oti.on- . - n Ja-o- The Fact 'Remaiiis . o s -- Eyery'Banlang Facility ',.U kx $ AMRLiE RES0UR6ES :ie of th'c;Pcoplc $ 'J:i 7 . - . tghnr-and'-'haoo" tec re. miC $pl -- 1 Royal Baking lotS'-topa- - has been found by the n - examinations highest leavening efficiency, alumran yeacs-'by'oii- lis.-- , purify and voiesomeness. bd'-lO- i e 1- - . K" . 1 . I , lias-aske- d ' yr ftTHE WILL WAS PROBATED." On last Monday at i 7 o 6i ' - r o'pbck p.m... the John Smith was probated and' "I.John Smith, 4s min3:and member, - . a-i- . j:oi ;i.i - it . 27-3- t. deem it a duty. owe tomb?loyed Mary, td that 'febtnto Therefore, it have, bothteal and thatishe havejll that Lhaye my with it, deemsbefand without as my own hand bond. This rt ...!.. Ved-vhigliwu- -- l ' . ,nh. n.n -- V .... ..VL.. ' V f'" f 'h:: - i TOHN SMITH." . ' .i..,i ..,-,-- ., "" ) ?: . ',."'.' - wish to stateuthat John Smith's was in Company, the 'Kentucky Great Commonwealth, Chas.'G, Davis Jho show fpN. B. J - aimoyv-Wiffi- y y, - -- n - -. ? . -- - v ..u. - ,- - P4loue-N(K-8o,- - tta. X; J J ft -- v. . . MflaiiMaagBBBg isaaai-L ' .ii(,f.,a5"W" ,J "vi. k "jflgrwrr i ii. U,3U', mill i IHJPl'-Ji'- ' l". .. .. vtimtmctMxtU&iiiimmmmp, IwMiirtWMi mvuitt HIIWH K jut. Ycinuu Ky. , t!5Pi: Diir.v: a. Ik I'' Vl wl - "f ' GhdsiC. BBH$' 5 t Marktburo. u OHIO'TAX LAW UPHELD JjBVkIj UK REN. K M jP " '., -- ) t 9 Wetipctvshop at j'o'cldck a;m. and 'run open shop till 9 oclock p. m, ,Y6uUre cordially welcome in our ' ' 'My 'PhoWNd;Js. (39) thlfty-gin- e. The meeting at Mnrehbirg is a success mid will continuo the rest of this wpelc Bert Owtns was (salted to the bed side of his daughter, Jr.. Sam l'urcell. She is reported better at this writing. A. B. Sams' family all have the i measles oxcein hiintelf. They are ul doing nicely. V r. Hall has t moiislcs in his acasenrtwo --.- place,1 at, anytime during our-fcho- p h6urs. ' "vV don't want to -- selK you .anything yon don't Want, button my rx ho. we .do like to sell .you what you Let us show' you. tiL-wo- ' .. . CHAS C DAVIS Kir. 'Mt. Vernon 1. .s t HSUkinl Hj ' 0, 13.-192- Gras TOrKfROUQ-fBST- mtr NEW ORLEANSftad MOBILE , LOW MUNI TWfTASES sr.d 23. Tickets. .oii'Sal Fcfoiary 17, 2!, 22 Return Limit 4o' reach original starting point not later than March 23, 1914, on payment of $1.00. with extension of limit ' PRIVILEGES. ATTRACTIVE (o FrJ dfttatU'call on.anv' Tkkel Aunt. Oustn & Cntcant Boole. 116 MWI,'ut(mertillctMAfesL10IC.M)S(nct,LexlM9,Kx. STOP-OV-ER l- also Miss Ruby Houlc Dbui-ieMr. and Mr.. Chandler ol promo, ar visiting Mr. aid Mrs. tMlio i.nik.cf t.ils place. J. J. McCttll and sot. Lewis, wero'in Stanford bst vjcok Miss Kthcl Owens ti id hoi mother, visited Mr. and Mr. A. D. Ramsey lastwojlf Mr. Alljo t Owtns has been with his lister tor a few days. Mks Jthel Rooo ta has returned from Rerca, vior she has been visi ing for th pit i two weeks. Mioses Mngie miw der and Rissie, R.tns;y of Mi, Vernon, spent Saturday and Sn day with Aliases lulicl O .ve.ua id Ethel Roberts Aunt fud til it Chesnut l'jft Sunday to hci daughter, Mrs. Ft rri i it Cr it A. E. Albright and A Orchard M. Hfaftol Brodht'iul," attends the meeting here Sun lay. Mr and Mm. Kals 'A'jlni-i- t of Rod head are vUiting Mr. a id Mr-.- . J nf J. McCall. Willie Lin-mWahd, was in Mar th'ir S'l id ty unci family, is siclc. y tho court or the United wiW.down ftom Stnnforr Stares upheld the. Ohio law taxing pub Ho utilities corporations, day with which as Sundiy mid.peutihe passed by the state legislature tit May, h s mother -l) k Gentry mo 1911. laughter. I'qsp v'sited Mrs. J N Associate Justlpo Wllllum n. Day Brown lust Sund-iyMisses Ue took. no part Jn the decision because his eon, United States District Jude sin and Clata Del rd anl Isa WJllmm M. Day, at Cleveland, but ho le Piiifj wore the gutsts oi With' Circuit Judge Warrington Mid Kato Dellonl District Judge Sater In the prelim- Misses Ola , nml inary hearing of the case. baturdiy nicht and- - Sunday. Tho vnlldlty of tho law was ques- Win. 11. Ut'owu purchased a mo tioned by (the phlo Ittver Western Mrs ttom Itallw.ay Co. and, the Marietta, Colum- young ltnrsi; bus. & Cleveland Jtallroud Co., and one day last ve.lf at a vet suit was filed against the tax commis- nice price. Tho carpo..t rs ex sion fcof Ohio, eonslstlng of Robt M. Ditty, Prank E. Munn and Christian pect to" tiave the newchu'c t h us Pabst and State Treasurer Creamer, at Fiifiidship ready t.,h.ld hci State Auditor" Fulllngton and Atty. vices In by next hundav. Gile.-Sho'Gev Hogan, la their respective offi.ssuff-rin- g frnn a evere cial "capacities, the purpose of the ac cass of Lgrioiie. vlrs. laims tion being to prevent them from enforcing the law In collecting the taxes Vanhiok wiih here from Londrn. levied thereunder. ue day last week. W. T. Do -iHim-Ow- Mr J. A.'Hasty has relumed to Kansis, tifter a iwo months Public Utllltle Corporations Mutt visit here with Ilis pirents. Ho Loosen High Court Indorses wis accom gained by his brother Legislators' Work. Robert. ICE. MnlHns of Withers Wtrn .Newspaper Union News Service. sjient from .Saturday till Moida, Washington. Without a dissenting with iriei ds and relatives voice supreme hete.-VicP- riro Children Cry for Fletcher's Tho Kind You Ilavo Always IJonglit, nnd ivlilch lias been in uso for over 30 years, lias homo tho sinaturo oC r7 niul lias been mauo unuer Jits sonal supervision slnco Its Infancy. Allow no one to deceive you In this. " nro but All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd " IS.xporlmcnts that trlflo mUIi nnd endanger tho health of Infants nnd Children Experience against Experiment pcr-llyt-- 4iW Just-ns-go- od goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other JSarcotlo substance. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fcvcrishncss. For more than thirty years It has been In constant uso for tho relief of Constipation, Flntulcncy, "Wind Colic, nil Teething Troubles nnd Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, assimilates tho Food, glvlnpf healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend, CnRtoriu Is CASTORIA What is substitute for Castoi Oil, a harmless Pare- OLDEST Columbus, vi-- OFFICIAL 0."-Th- TO QUIT. y oldest official in tte 'service of Is about to retire. He Is Thomas Wlnshlp, of Toledo, District Examiner of Stationary Engineers. He a ff2 years old, and ha been'wlth the Knglneers' Kxamln. la; Department since Its establUh u 14 years ago. He has tendered his resignation to Chief Examiner Otto M. Klzman, effective March 1. e the-stat- e THE KlNcJ o'r ALL LAXVTIVE FEDERAL GUNBOAT SURRENDERS Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. t, i wfjMMMil mi nail mw0mmmKmmmmmmmm FSxwJWic fvt , Get a box and gfji t ell again SMALLPOX ERADICATED. Price 2jc. At dtuggt'sis or by nail. Lexington, Ky. Mayor J. Ernest H. E. Bucklen & Co. Prilldelnlii Cassldy announced that smallpox has or St. Louis been eradicated, eral For constiiatiou, use Dr. KinV crew, gunboat Tamplco, with Its full voluntarily surrendered to tht New.if Pills Paul Constitutionalist officials at Topolo tlii-of Buffalo, N Y , says an bampo, according .to official dispatcher the "ItinR ol all laxatives. Thov received here from the South. TLf are a blessing to nil my family nnd surrender of the Tamplco afTords tht I always keep a box at homtf" Insurgents their flnst armed vessel. The Fed- ,oord purchased the M.W.UeBor farm which was sold at Mt Monday fil mi McKtn- ney (spent trie u ter part ofihe wetk with hi s stcr, Mrs. V. L. )elorH nt Somerset Mr. (.ntl Mrs. O.J MMlins wcte wi h us .1. M. Broyhs, v part of lust weilt She and her d.ui;ter(M:.ss lie.n ice have o.Ji een Very sick. T. J Brown surpris d iiis'friendf Sunda) I y b" . n homo with him a he p msije, who ustd to bf Vet-iimlI I GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS st The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over THI CINTAUR COMPANV IIW VORK CITV. 30 Years viissFejil i.ovelaceof Somei-set- . They re urntd back to that city louduy whore they will reside, w Tom bus a good position there. Wo wish them much happiness in li-- P g v Ypu iweed a Tonic . 'tB iheri .fTl fT4 ncetW iE3 ihatlfrrije fcorhe,,tO,youyou know what topic I' WlikfcruXwfwoman'3.-toniCarduiMscom- -' purely .vjsctapie infireaienrs, which act fXyet surely. offlhWjeak'tnd Vomanly organs, j gna4ifips ouua tnem DacK to) strength and heajth. Jt haleriefitc'd'thousaiias and thotisands qfcwealc, r !V".MS. nuiiiA-i- i iwik'juji nan V.WIIIUI vi nyuuciiui success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make mistake in taking a Atonic to heln her over the hard; nlaces., ! uae pniiction ootbi and bctut a rouf h plmplykkland.wbcnrepcalcil.Quicklvcffectft Urc. Ecfcma.hrvilDtlia 'Irtttr. All Ua dUAM yield to tti curative ' Cfl ipi TA tor (rM tanpW s3 hum, Bf JJ ft j- 1I1th mt tinXj,' ) and James Xhomp-owere called .'Loland, Mhw. Stfm Petty, negro. t Wabd Sunday on account ol Who shot and Instantly killed Cbarlc deah o W. Klrkland, a deputy sheriff, wat t'.io serious illness and u business. Miss H'os vaccination. Approximately 70 per week on cent of the. population of Lexington Gentry is spending the week with recently was vaccinated. her .sister, Georgia, who is her. attending .school. Messrs John NEGRO FILLED WITH BULLETS. their new Granville Hurst has relurned'to Indiana, after an extended visit with his arents here Mrs. R. B. Hutcher wa from Lexington and was-iMt. Vernon o.ie day las Fayette county through systematic fcfc. vM.ttKfflyfA. Tho SAFE toys' magazine . Allly.yforrlltjOTB.notocblia'ar-pcrClcannj a wV:.K r II et pLtcro J to 0 pacei eicrjr atb.lc.lcs. liLio-7- . Ufo,rrltten by i ?f wi j twjal-rbor- a' nuthora. (ootball rrd other I'lno artlclr j. Dorart-"!!s- ; c llprhnnlr, Elwtrlolt jr. Iintocra-a- r. IIoiTto Clanp Collortln. Chlrkn. Pcti,llkor, ThlTJ. Iarontlon tad Wonder. EM-'-t j filled full of bullets by a mob of enraged citizens a few hours later, and bis body finally reduced to aches. t:itir brother Grant. There is h gr.at dtul of' sickness in this Send Subscriptions ' '& r n CARDUI Afnelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., ;says; 'Tthlij Cajdui is the Neatest medicine oh earth, for women. Before; I. began to take Cardul.-- I was so weak! and nervous,' and "had "such awful dizzy ' spells and a poor; appetite. Now I feel as well and as strongs I ever did,"aHd cart eat most anything," . Begin npnir. Uardul totfay. bold by all dealers. FIELD SEEDS Farmers from all over the .state are taking advantage (f the wholesale Cash' pikes on fi&seeds being made b W. .BwJh CINCINNATI. MARKETS d'sftorn tier corn Is quoted aa fol lows: No. 2 white 6869c, No. 3 white White e4&05c, No. 2 0667c, No, yoltow 64?B5c, No. f1 yellow 6162c, Np. 4 yellow 5960c, No,i2 mixed 64 65c, No. 3 mixed 61062&C. No. 4 mixed mixed ear 65067c, White, ear QWvWc, yellow ear 65068c. i ' "Miss Tlie Woman's Tonic of Lexington, to him for price ltt&nt,d samples and save tnidafe mans pruts. .Nelson ifjWrite ri86Kc Hay So. 1 timothy $1818.50, stapdard timothy 1717.50, No. 2 timothy U6iT16.G0, No. 3yttmothy 14, No. 1 cjover mixed $15, No. 2 clover mixed $1S, Ho. 1 clover 114014.50, No. 2 , Has Helped Thousands. tenjg-gi-g -- mMmmatemimimam. lllls mr:&mmm 1CI J ! Oliildr.eii Ory WEfCHER'S A C O'R lrA St UiHDSTAKSK i tf. Famoiis Silverware Cue ittould beezerctied when select. iaflfotki.fDdbni Our line of ICouch Caskets ifliUnexcellod esdiincyieiriDg i Trj nuurse sen' .. an pans oi to i, be County AIL i Band-mad- e tloilinsfiirnished ,.; ti :! . tMce to tee that . i . wcy t Dear me tmoiu trade ouk i orders by.Wjre' Promptly Filled !W. Phone 94-S- - ' v ft. COX, . V mm BROx which lUmpi them the eeoume Kocen ulver M i i 1 .1 .MT. VERNfJNl KY li I V hv' I ti W DC$?K$r y 1 .f puica iyiic rot orra 65 vein IMT tSSIM IK. II lilver heibcen fort lathe heart oi the houxkecuer bectuie of fit wewiog' quality, voiktnuuhip ana Dead tor 3CL fSP". joh V , . , dt wemamm aniicn cklaloin bowv w panonu. . -- 1 LL, fAI IN1UINA110NAL nor la Mirkltn Btt ttnala Co. ME"JOE?fCONN. SILVER CO. i M Pad3ed, Sewed and hew Stirr ps and Stir- rs ' rujJr-lcathe- at aireasonable price I I VMeri's, Siddlfes'ntwy S4.00 and up Ladies' Saddles, icw S.OO'ahd up A ca Oliird'reii FOR s-- r FLETdHER'Sjf,M o iR W Cl. . 'Oats No. 2 whlta.43fi)43c. stnnd. ard wTille 4343c, 'No. 3 white 41 42o. No. 4 white" 39040c, Ts'o. 2 mixed No. 4 fiftc, .no 3 jnlxcd mixed S9"04Oc. Rye No, 2 63064c, No. 3 61 62c, No. 4 51061c. Wheat-r?- o. 2 red 99c$1.01, No. 3 red 9,8099c, Np. 4 red 86B8c. Roultry liens, 5 lbs and over, 17c; 8 "jba and o'or, 17c.j young staggy rpqsUJis, 12c; roosters, springers nder 2',d lbs, 19c; sp'rlngera, 2H iDVimd over, 19c; spring ddchswhlte, 4 lbH and ocr, 16c; ducks, under 4 lbs, 15c; turkeys, toraa, Old, 21c young turkeys, 9 lbs and over, 21c. Eggs Prlmo firsts 27 c, firsts 2GHc, ordinary firsts 25c, seconds "" 234c wiM, 6.508,'-.iext- r uattie snippers 18.1008.25; butcher eitam80v 08; good to choice tB.7B(7.75com4 mon to fair 15.5006.65; heifers, extra1 J7.7507.9O, good to cholfce ?6.750 7.65, common to fair T56.60; cows, extra, j.3bie.7G, good to choice 5.75 06.25, common to fair J3.5O05.65; canners 13.2504,25, Bulls Dologna $6".607.25, extra $7.35, fat bulls 4707.51). Calves Extra $12, fair to good $9.50 012, common and large'. $6011.60. Hogs Slow and generally 10c low-eSelected heavy $8,9509, good to choice packers and butchers-$8.9509- , mixed packers $8.90 9J stags $507.60, extra $7.657.jT5, UowMdh to choice heavy fat sows $68.6(f," extra $8.55, ngnt snippers 8.Z509;Vpigs (1U0 ins and less) $608. Sheep Extra $5.90, good to choice $505.40, comrapn. to fair $304.75. Lambs Extra $8, good to choice $7.6007.95, common to fair $5,700 7.50, clipped laraba $6.5007.25. 1 ,. community now. Dr. G, B. Lawrence is kept busy almost day and night Mr, J. P. Mullhs was very sick a few days this week, but we uro glad to report him hotter. Mis, Win. H, Brown and dnughter, Essie spent Saturday with Mts. Ethel Hitcber Robt Saylor has moved back from Was-iotHe is now tt his mo her-ilaws, Mrs. Shell. It is not known yet where they will go as wt undersjacd K J, McKinney has bought the Shells iarm. a. to SIGNAL W.SSr 7 . - naodrpi:'t5nr,pelcnlfy, : : . i J saat)saeie): 8e3C3cseacessoosaoeea n tt:ititt:t !!:: ess ::t:tts!:::!:t:t:ts::s: oe9aoeaeaaoe A FEEL .'MISERABLE Out of sort," depressed, pain in the back- - Eieetiic Bitters renew.-vour health and strength'. A guaranteed Liver and rCiduey remedy Money back if uot satis, Wholesale House of Chicago Said the best advertisement for a General Store is to advertise every week in your local paper ll'c; fied. It completely cured Jlobert Madcon, of WtstBurlinguHi, Iowa who stiff red from uru'ent liver trouble for eight months. Atier four doctors gave him up, he took Electric Bitters and is now a well J. E. Mitchell, of Pine Hill, Ky. Says the best way do just like I man. Get a bottle to da ; it will Keep in the do the same for you house for all liver and kidney com plaints. Perfectly Stfe and de- pondilble. I'st results will sur- pnseyou. Ooc. atici Si.oo. H E. Philidelphia or St. Lou s. handing the goods out. he he can advertise, is to is doing. Just keep CHEAP FOR CASH. THE GREEN FRONT :i;;:1 :::: 1 r. ...........J. iiiJIJlIIIIIIi "oeoaoeo5S2;';22't222222 ieeiesiieeBeaea!tie esssssssssss y i 1 1 : :. 1 1 : : : i , i t . . . . . . . . . . JONAS McKENZIE PILOT ON 8TEAMER"RE8PON8IBLE Washington. The report of the' Louisville. Steamboat Inspection office on the rccent'wreck of the steamer Queen Cltyv at Loulsvllje, made public by the Department jof Commerce, holds Walfer S. Conners. one of the Selz Hotel Henry Watterson LOUISVILLE. KY. The South' rood popular priced, modem hotel. Ab.olut.lr fireproof) ltuttd In the very hurt ol th retail thoppiaf di.trictand . 'near all thlhetrc. with m.d.rat Fined Caa in pri . Club Bieakfaat from 25o up) noon day LUnch 50c: table d bote Oinn-- r, 6to 8 p. m $1.00. AliO elaboiate a la carta'aenrfee SELLS THE S hoes . "ROYAL B UEn 1 JT Old Main Street bnek of. Court House. sr ." a ZffjK2$PKjfkt '. W.T.. DAVIS y$tek$$ fltl sartmsafe yzy$faf1)faa DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE B4 mL SCIATICA. HBk LUMBAGO. COUT. RhettmaiSsm NEURAICIAOA boat's pilots to be responsible for the accident, ana charges bira with lack of prudence, carefulness and skill. Harvey .S. Connies, the other pilot. .and br6ther of-- Walter, was la the pi lot nouso wnen tho accident occurred, but he la exonerated from blame. 1 F you need a good pair of. shoes it LuiiU, is to your interest to examine the Seb line before you buy. RathkellerepafTom4pi.m. to I a. m. Orchestra! and vocal muaic r t Rr I i" And don't have ta great but once a week. ;'. I II HflB SAMMJC JilXH lUAaziMZja STOI THK IMMIJMjM WfWV MW PWIffaaKSaW sm fn H - It hae'the dnly'rea conlinuoua JKwWrfcimS,.C.tSTOLtDH. -- m CO. n - LixlMtoi. f Ky. j Swsjmsh Rhsumstls -- tWW,llH,niMM 5Ornt SN Curs C MWHT Vf QPntn8'. ,. luupa maiae or teatel aieet, , iMoopf be adjusted from lad. lSaBHH Qcr. front door frame. Doors made of California Red- "wood, "TKe Wood Eternal" The location of our'factoir nm ua l.wulircIaMltom 'tallla to factbfy" and from lac cn ROOM PRICES With Tunning water and private toiUt $1 per day With' private bath 91.50 up to 93.00 per day - Large (ample romi with private bath 92.50 to 93.50 per day. You ara cordially invited to make thi hotel your headquartera whde Iq LouiaviUe. even if only for a day. Have your mail and paclaeea ar'drctred here. You will alwaya ba a.vreiconio suen. ROBERT B. JONE3. Maaa(ar. JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. FURS Ury to you. wrltiof ua to-- Ctlm-ltlti- LOUI3VtttK3Jt.OANDTArlKCO. Jv ...... . (tocorporaltd) r SUf t.Jsict mtntj tor cauloa and ctricea. fey HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on CommlHlon. Write lor price ,iai mcnugning inia &rj. AND HIDES , , v. JOHN WHITE & CO. uiuS. SiQrWwMSsr' JTylml