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VERNON, i iSi: i- - 9ftnm V Established 1887 DUMBER 20 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY FEBRUARY 27, 1914 - - - - SHOE :i;iii,itiiitiM i -- :. ;;:t; ; ;' a matter IT'S common knowledge .this store is that lead- ing in the shoe business In Mt. Vernon STOP GUESSING TN BUYfNG CLOTHES Is it all-woo- A glance at our window and a chance to let us show how courteously and intelligently we serve you will tell you why we lead l? Will it hold its shape and good looks? Will it wear? questions in buying Clothes. Quit taking chances on what wear will prove. Know before youjb.uy them J&at- - jyoun clothes are right and will stay right-' Cloth-craf- STOP guessing the answer to Spring i Is i, 'tuTy H IJ'gp. wJVW a boys' watches. John Ockrell, of Paris, is witfy relatives here this week. Mrs Mike Faum, who has been sick for some time remains Judge Ballard about the saine and Sheriff .MuUins were in our town Sunday. Mrs. Nora Jen kin, who Las been quite hick, is siowly impioy.ing. Mr and Mrs. W. fl. Kruger went to Mt- - Vernon. Sucdayland Mrp. Kruger will remain ajfew days there with TEfere is a series of relatives. meetings gofog on at the Baptist church, conducted by the regular pastor- .- Wlnuas tocome of my friend Mpiet?Dou't back down now, Come againcand if you get too hot for Ui, we will shut our eyes and take tlje medjcipe. Or it may be that he is studying the combination)? that slot machine, but for the time being we will wait, or perhaps he will this week pose as a poet. Well, if this is his game, we will say now that when we answer him he will think that Milton, the poet, has arisen and chasing huh over deep crevlts heaving foith lva, fire and brim Stone, and ho will have to call on the great eagle of Arabian Nights to carry him to.some distant peak Si E Hellard, who for safety. has been, on t)e sick list, is some some better. 4- - Mrs. Magee, of Crah Orchard, fs visiting Mrs. J. H. Browning- .- Granville Leece, of Crab Orchard, and W. H. Sow-deGranville Owens and John Robins, of Brodhead, took civil service examination here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Baker, of Mt. Vernon, was with relatives here Mcnday There was a large crowd from this place attendiug Gockrell, the funeral of Mr. E-'Saturday, at Richmond, Kv. Mr. and Mrs. i James Davis, cf Covington, Ky.; was here Saturday to attend the funeral of Mr. Cottongim E. L; Cockrell.-iEdg,vhaiha3JiXnhiii4ipver,4s able tp stir again. B I '' HHBknMa B B B B B B I 9 B S at B B B B BARGAIN BULLETIN Special Sales During Month of X149V B B Bl February July Picnic. GREAT WINTER GOODS WILL GO THE like Ice Cream - Sale of GROCERIES DON'T ,MISS THE BARGAIN PICNIC and BANNER SUGAR 25 lb sack of best granulated Sugar Special $120 -The r, SOAPS Clean Easy Soap WASH POWDERS the great- i . Pilgrim est soap upon the market. Special . 3 bars foi great Cold Water Soap . Special blend of Coffee, once tried, always used, 25ct value for a $1.50 J0-lbb- ag fJ O FELS NAPTHA I 3 Boxes for fUC that ar Ordorf or New Voting Precinct TO BE KNOWN AS PINE HILL. nigh-grad- e, Finest Patent every ounce guaranteed of the finest made. Kfl FLOUR LENOX SOAP-Ever- y- i. hody knows Lenox 3 Hiiis for IOe I I " Light House Cleanser " Armour ife Co's rentes t. Wash Powders. Special, 3 cans for You kan if you buy t 'Clothes. It's all down $25. .We back up the makers signed guarantee with our own, in black and white on the Clothcraft guarantee which insures all wool cloth, lasting shape, satisfactory wear and service. We'll surprise you with the style, fit and service we can give you in Clothcraft Clothes. If you are curious, You run no risk in these ask to see our special Cloth- clothes at $10 to craft values at $15, $18 & $20, guess-proo- f A slightly st lish, sturdy, well-bui- lt blue serge of dependable quality 4130 at $18.50. SUTTON & McBEE THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE LIVINGSTON. Leaders in DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES ' , ,f him how cold it was on that date He said he stepped in at Mitt Judge S D Lewis, of Mt, Ver- - Miller's and the Neometer stood belcw" nero and non, was in our town latter part three big inches we think we are having another of last week. I. W. Catlin atL. Cockrell. who tended the funeral services at such a spelL E. died last Thursday morning, after Richmond, Saturday. J.T.Elliott was in Mt. Vernon. Wednesday, afuw days' illness, leaves & wile Dis. No. 1. on business Mrs. W. M. Brown and little boy, relatives, and a host dollar to loan him, and his friend G. M. Ballard, J.R.C.C. to mourn bis loss. He tola him he did not.- - Then he and daughter of Mt. Vernon, vtsi of friends Copy Attest : -- tA hpr mother.r Mrs. Abel Pen was laid to rest ln tlle cemetery turned .to the .Judge and said he S.P. Bowman; C.R.C.C. . at wcumona, Ky taturaay. ne, never neard or anyone charging nincton here, Sunday was widely known and liked by lover 50 cents in his life. So, the Mullius.of Mullins Station, and FATflERKNOWS u wuum uou " -,- Juusc l"lu. ulUi Ed Woodall, of London, two bust- - a,i- - "c W1" uo ling salesmen, were witn our mer lie town ao lias paiu me ueot ' cnarge mm anyming. and tne all owe. Peace to his newly married couple went their chants Tussday. Jones Durham, ihat we Glory to his immortal way rejoicing. So, Judge Ballard of the White Oak Section, was in ashes. soul. John Fields, who represents has put marrying in this county Mr. and Mrs. town .Tuesday. & Co., of Stanford, on the lree list. Now. lc we can Rosco Gregory, of Spurlington, Baughman was with our merchants, Satur- only find a partner, Hicks and hive been visiting Mrs Gregory's mvself can get a bargain , R. J. father. W. M. Hicks. Mr. and day. J.E. Singleton, better known clerking for C. O. Lemonds was in Lebanon, MonMrs. Will Hanks, of Hazel Pach, as "Kid", is Mrs. Sams has returned Cromer. N. H. Oliver an David day. vicitWt rlaf.tvp hprt StinHav. Rambo weeia Louisville, Friday from Pittsburg, Ky., and reports Mrs. George Cook is visiting her We believe that the present her mother, Mrs Pittmau, much parents. Judge and Mrs. Jerome county officials intend to redeem improved. J W. Baker, who is J. W. JLair, st Mt. Vernon. made in their plat- running a butcher shop here, was Baker, the butcher shop man, the promises form, for they have already proved in Mt. Vernon, Monday.-;-Eai- l Tvas In Mt: Vernon, Tuesday. it, and the following bidsiare to Rice, who is attending college in John Cockrell, and Mrs. E. L. prove further: Abou t two weeks , it TTIUU UUUiO WVWW, W1V, Cockrell, were in Mt. Vernon. ago the, Office of fudge Ballaid folks Sunday. C. J. Rice at- Tuesday, ou business. John Pope Wt Sell Thm nd i mill TnovTiie fnmilv tn Rnmfirset was crowded and Judge noticed tended the Masonic banquet at "We Stul By Wkat Yh Biy." Lebanon. Junction, Monday-eve- n io lhe midst asked Pulaski county, in thetiearfuture.1 7n Q a ham-no-- t.fco o,M. ! there was something that he ing. We believe that tftCgr&und do for her. She only laughed hog has something to do witH the weather that we have had for could weather, or the years and it reminds "S of what but some one spoke up and said something to do withweather has. the ground wanted to get married. as told on Champ Mullins years she where the other party hog, arid how we have 'uot.had hut Judge asked Stop Th ago. Mullins- - bad gone to Mt. twenty years old one pretty day since he wei t (fays previous to was, and sTboy Vern! a few back. S. C. Franklin, the LJN. arose. The lady was Jorty-iw- o ieyCW'hiBh thj conversation rwatoh-inspect. "- wasTie Mon o- nlasw FOR FLETCHER'S it. was a verv cold u6t iwtu if they wished to get married and day looking after the railroad irdsomeofbUfrUodsiued Charley become necessary in the opinion of the Court that according to Sec 1443 of th'e Ken tucky Statutes that it is nec.ssary to create a Voting Precinct at Pine Hill: It is therefore ordered by fail to call the Court that said Precinct be and Said Pre is hereby established and see our shoes cinct is to be known as Pine Hill before you buy Precinct and as No. 12, with its boundary as follows: Beginning at Mullins Stition 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. McFerron's mill place and including same; thence withthedirtroid to Jesse Denney, and including him; thence, a Straight line to Ja Barnes and they answered they did. He including same; thence a straight asked if they had the license and ine to the forks of the road at excluding him: the boyhanded them to the Judge. Wm. Owens and Then he married them. After thence with the county road going the ceremony the boy asked the to Brush Creek to the ridge runJudge his price. He answered ning off to Mnllins Station, a to Mullins Station. i..so, the boy only having so straight line cents asked a friend if he bad a Said Precinct to be in Magisterial are now on our shelves Our stock will be larger better than ever It having Per barrrel !pj.J ffi V- -0 Don't Same Flour in Sacks 70c A No. 1 sod Family Flour good enough for me, a barrel only costs J :: :i::j juysasack $5 8c 8c 8c I and Dry Goods are not Groceries, of course, but we have such a big store of them to close out that we jnst had to tell you about them right now. Shoes CORN Fine Sugar Corn hard to beat nice and sweet, CLOTHING, Underwear, Hats and "darned nigh" everything you can think of are to be closed out here this month. Fine Can BEANS, per can, Riee Fancy Head RICE New Michigan BEANS liand-picked WHOL SALE You can buy at wholesale-prices Navy Special. 5 Beans. lbs. for Z Vy Cc all during February. Alaska Pink Salmon, packed in heavy rich oil; 2c villue SALMON Special, No. Cans 3 for .! .,. .i r.l 20 pf Remember ment ! This is MATCHES the big 5c box BAKER'S and when advertise- - of Capital Matches every 4 one a good one. Special,' if 3 Boxes for ' U'.G. advertises a Sale, he has the goods Special to back it up . wC A FEW CAR-LOA- D SPECIALS-AMERI- CAN " FENCE Big Stock Low Prices :. PROGRESR STOVES arid RANGES FURNITURE and CARPETS Stoneware and Hardware FLOUR, FEED and SALT ! f, Ik Right ad hf -- U.GJBaker ROCKCASTLE The et COUNTY'S -- -- 1 "a im cr, Cah Chvidrn cry Us CASTOR1 AV "THE STORE THAT Si Store DOES THE Pies I BUSINESS." 'V' "Hr e &' jlmt3Km j JmmmittSSmmi i'" ' m FHITj -- FADED I "fe -- IYI ax 1 . VCDWHW QlftNM VLMMvn i'Jnu l Friday, Feb. 27. 1914 Published every Friday by BDGAK S. ALBRIGHT. uBSCRir-rro- . rendered Term. 1914. j I wi ill thereof ia tVabovv styl-- d for B,ie Xo. lh ' bij;hs and best !Ter bidder, atjnib ic auciio.i. on the 2Sth .... ifi'lv niip 1I11 vim i. W- -. atf'n,,,,,, (Uv of 1?e'bn)!irv l9l4 th-r- e betWecn u,e . vh :s iChiistiauAr m . . . T ... ,u P..... o ul..u e o u Ul... w,t- - tor hours of 9 o'vlock a m and 1 o'clook p appluatioit in , iy .1 church in every vill age or ham ue. s, try u .imi t,ce. irei'meilt. His death was due t. in, tha folluivln? dijeribed property: let Let us then look at th ' s omach trouble Dr ProC'oi ne steam saw in'N ajine and boiler MEMBER OF loo REWARD, loo be- noni uuuuiersiauapunn question ' mdall the appurtenances to the same a!id f jmilv came to ilm ri.v KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION WHAT WOULD BECOME OF lonKiuS The rr.bdets ot this paper . will c - ., c T ..,:, L.UU bV MiC "J4U I1U11I ThH sale will hi made where the , AMERICA IP THE CHRISTIAN ' e pleased 'o iearn ttiat there isiat "vu m me property is no.v located, itbelnjj on the " e dreaded disease that CHURCHES WERE OBOLISH science his been able to cure m iA Church of Christ and was ; lw.ns lands of Jerome Cox on the head water? ED? There would be immediateits stages, and that is Catarrh, at his place when he was ante of the Lon;r Branch, in Roekoastle in ly a deterioration inoial. Halls Catarrh (Jure is the only He leaves a wife. who was Miss County, Ky, Sale will be made on a credit of three Some four years ago one of ih positive cure now known to ,he Lewis of Louisvi and fi in jnMis bearing interest from date of ' leading New York papers made an ncdical fraternity. Catarrh being children to mourn the loss of a sa e until paid and having the force and exhaustive examination hit ih a constilutinnal (lipase, rtqn.res a ami miner The chiM- - effect ofa jiulgmsiij Bidders must be coiti ntional tnaiuum. Hall' ONE ot the most difficult taskrs political morals of a certain Ne i.Terns-byten are Le. vis. Adelaide, Joe Bn;- - prepared 16 comply w:th thee terms atarrh Cureis alrii in a newspaper office is getting England Slate that bal been aciiiw directly upon the Mood and ton, AuMin G S GRIFFIX, and Edward."" He was deaths charged the facts relative to births, blaster Commissioner of the R C C with being tically rot .iiucops surfaces ol i be - m. born and reared in Rockcas.le and marriages, in the community. ten. A deta led descrip ion of hereby destroying the tounddiion HORRIBLE BLOTCHES OF Many people take it for granted each of the most corrupt towns in of the disQ.se; and giving tne county mar Qu n', was tbe s n JLCZSMA by building up ot tne lateGr.en Proctor, of that that when a person dies, the edi- that State was given,-an- d this patient Quickly cured by Dr. Hobson's tor is familiar with every detail of ' was flip stnrtlinflr fart, hrnn.wbfr not he constitution and assisting county. He is survived by four n , lUture in doing i;s woilf. l lie hi others. (Jeo. S ! r,A tiic no Elzeina Ointment. C P. Caldwell .1. Proctor, Tart ....,..- inemeOMIieuei-Crticu.iii,:,x,ct tn.rnc ,l,QrQ Kv!K,.t ,., ,.t., proctor "''Mvi ' ".- - " ' 'V- i"i-"- . . fnot br. knows : ' and John Proctor, ol of New Orleans, La., states; .?? tiMiies. win n as .i wns mast,,porsisteut, whore illegal uum in n tin.i-idoctor advised me to try 'Dr Hob iiwc !iii lM1,1i,n1 ' w- In t ,. ol Itiod nH.olniPlv Hundred Dollars', son's Salvo.' I used three boxes' "" i ... ' nntliini about him rrrrr ' nquor veiling wa- - most rampant, they offer O-- e . i for aiy caso that ll lads lo cure bead, and five sisters, Mrs. Sara of Ointment and three cakes ol Dr ne iia tu get I.:. ...riviihiiii wi,ereJmmorality was most l i Heri'in, Airs Mary Hprrin and Hobson's Send for a of testimonials Z '11 a Soap. To other sources, same as uuiei grant, were those t .wns i A'ddres-- : F. J. UHEUEV & CO Mrs. Al'en Hiatt.or I have not a spot anywhere j Quail, Mrs day would have to do. It is the which there was no resident min Toledo, Ohir--. Cyitlvn Bryant, of Somerset, and uii ui,y uuuj cinu tan say x. uui marriages or same "with regard to ister, anl where no Chtistiau ser' of Le-- el Green cured." It will do the same for Ruth B other more or less impor ant hap-- J vice wis regul-ulTa Ha I's Family you. lh:.-i-n anti heid." If Tin; reimins were brouzht h rt pontic Its sootnisg, healing, of all constipation penings in the community. In action will rid vou New England, would Kentucky Loui-vill- e this moming-froand humors, blackheads, pimples almost every c se the editor has fare better without the churches? Mrs. Sallie Marcum, ol Clay the bur'al will take place Tom s - skin Eczema b'otches, red unsightly or to satto dig up the particulars L:t us bring the question homv county, a widow of 87, has 350 de- diva'tennon in the RnfTnlnrri-mosores, and leaves your skin clean isfy himself and the readers of Ins IP THE CHURCHES AND ALL scendants. She has 10 living tery -I- nterior Journal. " and healthy. Get a box to day. j paper with a meager and inac CHURQH LIFE WERE AH children and four deal; 93 grand unaranteea. ah aruggtst, 00c. or by mail. curate account. The average edi- OLISHED MT. VERNON children l.ving and 19 dead; 238! country paper has some- WHAT'WOULD HAPPEN? (I) great grandchildren living and 7 Strayed: One hog. black will. Pleiffer Chemic'tl Co. Phili klphia tor of a whi'e fert, ma-kewith two under & St. Louis thing like a million and a hnlf We would .have no Sunday bchool dead: 9 greitgieat-grandchildrt-things to do and think about in a to which to end bur boys and living and 2 dead. A totul-- of 3S3 bits, weight about 2oo pounr"s; For Sale: 100 acres of land, , . Uwll,-.,came about Dec. 1 I913. Owner . wees anu1 uie patron one and one halt miles South of girls, jMtMSfey would then get descendai ts, 350 of whom are can have suue bj paying cost ( f overestimate now mucu u appre- tfaeirstandaid: of life and moral living. Pine Hill. ih acres in cultivation advertising and damage. ciates aqy effort they make in 2 houses, 2 fenced n Perhaps yoa admit these gener 'al statements to be true, but do any sp.c t not feel that they have one year $1.00 lal bearing on the question of one ' town's outstripping another in in the htarc of thir e mntlfi known owl growth -- wam&M 7hrf?p in band w;s h D E ' PRO :10ft PASSES COMMISSIONER'S HALE j giving i..HJI- Ihv ten tjd h..y irg' WLoh gathering fit AWAY ROeiUASl'LK ClKCl.Tr lOURT . .It , to the countries where u i.in It'. . 1.; iicui-u- . in ; j in t e ITlT !come has not Been proclaimed, The Banket Mt Venmi father: ' Tummy, IM g.ve your j AuLou;svi , Mo , y A f VSJCiiiruiusjioiier's Sale ter a j rind the desert places. " C HKIce & C O Uo'.vmitn, uiothol' a.julhr, and then gave! n I Mottriitl iiia to gr?.tii the - 3f ndents: - -- 1 ic:-isu- m tm Lou-Hlnts- .' STYLE J$CLOTHES - j more, what u ,u'd i r .. r r. TciU'nV's iijuliiih ur 11. 11. COiiN not wait for his answer: btt-- in poor sli2 qui. kly'.nswer-- i "or hiin.lyears pa. sed ''Llyster:P.s ' We hope the woman Iiifirnnry at r. 1 tii-iflA- her live doll-h h ve t Admr of H 111 V i Bmvnnn, J 1.. I'mPtOlV .. W in 1 mc - .1 . I'ipfiia r?f ..r .,. . " iii.ltr mpnt. fiml "" : .1 ri!t t1 Deftrf n Mxtr.'ll away :n the Norton Louisville, Monday v whHrc lw hail been Uu- - henlllt fir as ita January u-c si-- r j -- I al. i, l THEY PREFER OURS No Wonder, Simple as A B C Ours Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style It's about as difficult to describe these now clothes as to write about the prettiest girl at a Leap Year Part v. You've got to sec lit r with your own e; es. Maybe you'lLlike .her it you don't there are others- - So, if J one suit doesn't please you, we've another. It's a pi est ion of taste. Prices ? That lies with you. The better the clothes you buy, the longer thev last and the better thev look while vou 're- - wearing thenu Bnt everyone prefers ours. They are best. lea-ton- ""-""'"- , ""'"a r-- ? J J-.- u ,-J ,.-. . .u -- .... 1 e - - i - ' . Ptrf pc-so- ns 1 Dt-rm- a , y 'pis for,1' m . d : E. L, COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. n 1 ity, more from the street-anfurnishing him the facts for news juitab'e 'places. (2) ottier items. There V6uTd, at once' be a general 6f-ress, d An honest boost does the boost er as much good as the boosted If you're not in the habit ol tasting of this sort of joy, take a deep draft today. Try to think of something good to say about somebody, and then say nasi1 you meant it. When you meet up with a knociter especially a home-town "decline-i- the moral tone of the town. (3)Our.-towproperty wotld depreciate in value. (4) There would be 'a. marked in busi nes-.- . (5) There would be an immediate the growth of the because the better cla-- s of citizens would no longer be attracted. to a town that had lost n Children Cry a CASTO R! A .nmmiJW,ii FOR FLETCHER -- Hat,ey Muluns, n In the Siigl-to- Valley, 8 mile from Mt Vernon. CTnrvTa-r ... , . zzzzzz Announcing zz: The New Typewriter - ns r Bos 9 ivp-ttl AN R rnnni a a No We believe that onr readers will Keep fn mind these aree with us that the churches words of Abrahiin Lincoln: ofaUrtvhlire a large factor in the '"I like to see a man proud of normal and successful developthe plac. in which he lives I ment of that town.' And we do live in it so hesitate : affirm like to see a man to that the churches that his place will be piotid of of Mt. V.e'ruon in spite of all that him. Be honest but hate no one; might be said of their limitations overturn a man's wrongdoing, or imperfections, are a very posibut do not.overturn him unless it tive force for good in the commust be done in overturning the munity. Now go with us one wrong. Stand with anybody that step farther. If nobody went to stands light. Stand with him church in Mt. Vernon, there while he is right, and part with would be no church, and then, him when he goes wrong." Well, it only retrains for us to suggest a few reasons for support-ing-thremains of Rev. Geo. O. churches of Mt. Vernon. The Barnes, the noted Evangelist, and Why attend regularly one ot the his wife were ;brought from Sant churches of Mt. Vernon? Or of bel Island, Fla,, and buried in the community in which you live? "the (1) Because Bellevue ceme'ery, Danville, Feb. church is God's greatest institution to the 1.5th. world. It is directly or indject-lbehind every great ' moral and TfllNGSiTBAT MAKE A TOWN knocker join him with a boost. MODEL 7 a typewriter of supen xcelleue witli automatic devices and refinements that mark the zenith of typewriter progress. A marvel of beauty. peed .and easy action. Typewriting efficiency raised to the nth power. The OLIVER No. 7 embodies all previous Oliver inno vntions ard new self-acting: AXNTOU.T0E XE The OLIVER No. " AMAZG barns, 25 acies with good wire, loo good young apples trees, good well, most of 5K3XSSHK5U12 bnd level. Will sell this land worth tbe money, I also have 500 acres on Ling branch, unim u'ovea, will sell at 2.00 per acre s some timber, ; one coal and about 4o acies is bottom land. I so have 20 hp. boiler and engine, saw mill, grist and all appurten- Also some jrood mces own propeity. Will sell any or ill of tLis property at a bargain. ! bel-jiiin- R. L, MgFekron, Mt. Vernon, Ky. CASTOR A Infants 8 Por and CMldren, Always-Bough- t The Helping Hand "I ! deuces never before seen on an e The Kind You Have typewriter. A leap in advance which plm-The Oliver ten years ahead of its time. So smooth in action, so light lo tin touch, so easy to run, that exports are amazed. A model that Bears the X Signature of A 4 V fJ S V7 ,. w'trclM 3' Z e means to the typist deliglititil eae of operation. A model that means a higher sh inland of typewriting, .longer and better service . is now on exhibit and sale at all Oliver The No.-Branches and Agencies "thruout the United States. 7 WINTER COUGH lj--. A stubbord orress- X you can most surely depend upon in time of trouble is your bank acBetter start to acquire a count big one by depositing what you have in Tou'lL Piud the necessity ot thinking before paving a great Incentive to saving. When trouble comes what you have been prevented from frittering away will make a comfortable balance. ' y ffr aui W j M 1 NO. 1. fBy Rev. G. S. Watson ) O ITS CHURCHES Why is it tbat some towns grow and prosper, while others, appar- ently not less fortunately situated lag behind in growth and in the march of progress? We believe that the growth and prosperity of towns, like the success and happiness of individuals, are governed by certain fixei principles that number of are universal in their application. We propose, in a -- . -- point to a single country er civilization that has long prospered without the moral force and spirit- of articles to deal' with some of tbe most important lactors in the lite and upbuilding of towns. Tobut one of day we shall consider them. Of the things tbat really contribute to the permanent a town, the moral character ot its citizens takes a place second to none. Therefore when discussing the influences that make a town we do not hesitatej first of all. to say: Its Churches. Religion has ever been tbe saving force in society. No one can suc-cess- & ' ual help of religion. Even the so though called pagan religions, exerted mixed with error, have untold influence over individuals of a nation or race, in holding them together and giving them a common bond of fellowship. But it was not until the coming of Christ that the world received its highest civilizing force and great the same;tirrfemi'ght but est moral uplift- - Indeed no le s preachers a:m than John R. a happy surpise, as 11 world traveller social movement today. (2) Because the soul needs culture. Yoifcan'tatford to let the children grow up without the refining inlluence of the church. Oliver Wendwell Holmes once said: "There is a little plant, called Reverence, in the corner of my sc ul's' garden, which I love to have watered about once a week. (3) Because the church is the greatest inlluence in the world for the piomtion of human fel lowship, drawing pe ple together. And isn't this just what we need more of, in our business, our clubs, our lodges, out society. (4) Because the church appeals The t ew mo.Jel has more uwfieinty. vVe shall even continue in to the best that is ia a man, and provements. refinements and new our popular a Day there is some good in all men. uses than ye ca-- i even enumerate purchase ,plan. the same as on Aristotle defined man as a politi here previous Oliver models." cal animal; Seneca defined him The OLIVER No. 7 equipped The "cushioned kev board with as a social animal; Burke died with the famous Printpe if dehim a religious animal He is all anchor keys'' .a d the new auto sired, without ex' ra Charge. three. No man U a real man matic features mean lejs work for You owe it to yourself to ee who isn't religious as well as po the hands. le-- s strain on the eyes. mental effort. , leso manual and the new machine before you buy lizical and social. Numerous cities thruout t'je With all of t ese masterly me- any typewrit-- r at any price. Note country, at the present time, are chanical improvements we have its beauty, snetd and easy action, huving a 'goto church" Sunday made the machine more beautiful its wonderful automatic devices. on which Sunday a concerted and svmmetrical From every Try it on any workhat is ever effort is made to get the great ma standpoint The OLIVER No. 7 done on typewriters. Try it on many ki ds-o- f work thjt no othej jority of the people of the entire attains superlative excellence. typewriter wi'l do. city, out to the services of one of Nothing you could wish for ihas the churches. Why not have a been omitted. The new devices' It is a significant fact that the "go to church" day for Mt. Ver refinements, improvements and typewriter that introduced such innovations, as visinon? And turri out nn masse to conveniences found, on, tbe No. 7 epech-maknimoye- church? Wouldn,t such a represent an enormous outlay ble writing, Printype, etc , should reflect credit 011 the entire and asly increase Jits .value -- the be the first to introduce automatic metit community? To see all the price has not been advanced one methods, of operation. churches of Mt. Vernon tilled to overflowing on a single day and at fo-ce 17-Cen- ing cough hangs on. racks the body, weakens the lungs, and often leads'to 'serious results The first dpse of Dr. King's New Discovery gives lvlief Henry D Saiiderf, of Cavendish, Vt., waslg with ennsumption, f He i pneumonia. after hiviig writes- - "Dr King's New Dis covery ought to he m tami- the best of all I; it is medicires for coughs colds or lungtrouble." Good for children's coughs. Money back if not satis- lied Piice .soc. andSLco. At all thi-eatene- d The Bank of jVlt-Verno- n- e.-er- y The Bank of Mt. Vernon or St. Louis Druggists H. E. Bulklen&Co Philidelphia Kern County, California Wants Farmers settlers. This may seem impossible to you but not so when you knowtbat Kern is as big It i a wonderful county as the whole and hundreds are makirg good here 20Q,CQO s bucks and one ewe sheep came to my place abiut 5 months ago Colorwhite O.vnorcan have same by paying ill damage. -- Two Taken i'f: Kern County has room for Lawrence Halcomb Feb. 6 31. ' Pine Hill - r T--k TT Jri ts -- JIT. VERNON, KY, Froa tRob:ns over Raker's Store Hione 49-- Dentist Uonover JK ? We have Rsued a beautiful book'et telling much about Kern County. This booklet will be si nt 10 you free, together with a map of California and a copy of SUNSET MAGAZINE, the monthly guide of the homeseeker and settler, if you will send us ten cents in stamps to help defray the cost ol mailing. SUNSET MACAZ1NE SERVICE BUREAU, San Francises, CaEtau 3 3X3&C&X& .&d$y&&r&r fe3!05jfc BETHUrlUlVl &. yr&3C&g& I t LEWIS GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER 1 1 Attorneys at Law Offices in Bethurum Bldg. Will practice in alL the Courts. t. IBrodheadKyl COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly J.CMcCLARY J UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER ca filled. g $yc$3$x:yc yc$3c2toii&te3to startle the itwouja be wasthttof Oliver Typewriter Building, The OUV-E- R Typewriter , Co. OHICAGp. StHnford. ksy Q nil ens en ry FQS FLEfgHER'S -- 'G.liildT-en ASTORIA CAS'TORIA CASTOR FOR FLETCHER'S Cry Cirildren Oxy'?, FLEfCHERlS -- FJDR .- "- I A. -- A r- - MT." VERNON SIGNAL! 27, 1914 Mt. Vernon, Hy Feb. 79 "No.O79" wneti Co o txx ni uni wjwilti SIGNAL ? cats up (Louisvillc i. Nashville R R. Co. ' am TIME TABLE. 22 ucTtn... 24 nortn 23 south 2.1 n:43 am 12:19 4.59 p m 3:53 a m South Jas. Landrum, Agent. .Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as second-clas- s PERSONAL Will Mullins was home Sunday froxa .Brentwood, Tenn. Mis Maud Rowlee has been very sick the past week. Our efficient L &N Agent. is improving rapidly. Dr. W. T. Francis was at homo for a lew days, this and last week. Henry t)aiy has been right sick ffor a fewweeks but is improving. Rovy Mullins of Dudley, spent a portion of the week in CincinJ.A-Iindru- nati. Judge L. W Bethurum was in Fineville Tuesday on legal busi" nes. Joe Francis Ms parents, Chicago, is with Dr and Mrs.W. T of Francis. B. A, Havs of the Wildie sec tion, was in town Wednesday, on business. A. B. Furnish and Cashier W "L.icbards were ' in Pineville on ibusiness Tuesday. ifcobert Lee Hasty, son of J. L. Haslf, of L?vel Green, has gone to Osboro, Kansas, to locate. County Ckrk, S. F. Bowman 5ias been confined to his room for the past week with cold. .Hugh McBee and Hiram Laws, oT the Quail section, were in town oa business last Saturday. Mrs. Earnest Clark of this was operated on at the GibsonJ.n-firraarat Richmond, Tuesday. Mrs. R. B. Mullins and littl son, Benjamin, were with Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Dyche at, London. pl-ice y Saturday and Sunday. Mr. W.J. Sparks and family, who have been in Louisville for the pist four months, are expected to return home tomorrow. J. C. Bullen and John J. Mar tin, prominent farmers of the Scaffold Cane section, were in itown during the week. Mrs. J. A. Landrum was called to East Bernstadt last Friday oi account of the death ofherrela who had live, Mr. Dave Nelson been an invalid for 18 years. Everette Mullins and RoM Sunday with McKenzie spent friends at East Bernstadt". Both Seem- - to have enjoyed their trip and Robert says he expects to go some more, when it is convenient. LOCAL .Cash rings loud Wttodyard Owens is in Lexing-tothis weelc. We understand that he has a position with Colgate Years old for 150. & Co., of New York, under John The Postoffice at Laugford. this Evaus. Graut Thompson dud county, will be discontinued after at bis home near Wabd, last M01- the 28.I1 of this month. day with pneumonia, and was J. M. Craig sold to A. J. Norton 'bnried at the Providence 35 acres of good land in the iug ground the following day. He l West .side for 56s is survived by his widow, and All the machinerv for the Mt seven children. Walter Robins Vernon Power Co. has been . was in Mt" Vernon last Sunday bought and as soon as the weather and Monday. Horace Benton, will permit, the work of installing who has been with his mother at this place, lor several mouths, rewill begin. turned to California last week D. M. Cress recently bought of where he has a good position. W. T. DeBord, 1 pair of mules at Dr. W. F. Carter was in Shelby 387 5o.; Jasper McGraw 30 hogs ville last week with relatives. W at 6cts. and from Walter Owens A. Robins is at home, this week 24 sheep at $3 per head. from Lockland, Ohio, where he The store building and stock of has been working for the past goods of J. C. Miracle at Conwav several months, and will likolyre was desti'oyed by fire last Thurs turn within the next few days. day night. There was $2350, in- Mrs. Linda Benton, and son John surance on building and stock. returned home from Millersburg a few days ago, where they had No trace as yet has been found of P. E Ovens, the missing car- been visiting relatives. Miss daughter of F. penter, and hih wife and four Jewel Francisco, and John Pike, son of Francisco, children will leave to day for where her relatives live. Rev. and Mrs. A J, Pike, were married in Louisville last Thurs T. 7 Niceiey was named Tues- day, and after visiting Knoxville day a adraini.-tratof the estate and other points returned to this of E. L. Cockreil deceased. It is place last Monday. We tinder estimated '.hat Mr. Coekrell's es- s.tand they wjll tmiktf tbejr home tate will be between $30,000 and. in Lebanon JunctfQa. lljeseare $40,000. splendid young people, and their In this issue appears the first many friends join us in wishing of a series of articles by Rev. Geo, thenj unbounded success thru Jjfe W tson on; "Things that make a Wade Manes, 14 years old sqn, town " We trust every person in of Mr, and Mrs Wiley Manes, Rockcastle county may read these died suddenly at their home articles. about one mile wgst of town MonE. W. H ACKNnv has been named day noon. He was a bright Httlp Postmaster at London, which ap- boy, and his death has cast a deep pointment meets with hearty gloom over the home of the paraprovaloftbe patrons of that ents and friends. A few months office. The efforts of a worthy ago an older son was killed in the vouog democrat justly rewarded. Phillipine Islands in a railroad accident. We extend to the bereavGrant Thompson, of the Wabd ed' ones sympathy in this their section, and one of the county's sad hour. The remains of the most upright, honorable citizens, little boy were laid to jest jn the died Monday morning of pneu- Methodist Church cemetery, after monia. He leaves a wife and seven Bborr services by the Rev A J. children. His remains were laid Pike. On next Monday evening to rest in Providence btttying the Brodbead Literary Society ground Tuesday. " will meet in the hall over Citizens Directors Meeting: A meet- Bank, instead of the Graded ing of th Board of Directors of School building. The following the ME "Vernon Fair Association program will be caried out: s called for at 1: o'clock p. m , Devotional exercises. Miss Etta Sowder, Satuidav. Feb. 28, (tomorrow) at Miss Sue Cable the office of Ally. E R Gentry, Vocal Solo over the Peoples Bank in Mt. Ver- Short Story Fred Sowder Reading non. Imp in ant business. Miss Mary Proctor Quartette The County Bo ird of Edt'ca-t'o- n Maurice Proctor, will meet next Thursday. Jaob Elder, Byron Owens, John Robins M.irch 5 in the Superintendent's Editorial Papjr offi:e at 9 o'clock a. m. and any Miss Reca Brooks one having with the business Debate; Board is xequested to appear at ' ''Resolved that th-- ; United that time This is the regular time or unking charges in school Statos should interfere with the civil war in Mexico "' districts. h I -Mid-blesboro Boy, Suits at just the price you want to pay at Fish's J. M. (Jraig bought of Wra. Hiust an extra good mare mule, 3 BKODHJSAU. in or I The Colli mercirt'OIUb of Mt. 3ciflon has . tlad a repre sentative at the metBgs of the f Southern National Highway As sociation, Asheville. N. C, in Feb ruary 1913 and the Southern Appalachian Good Roads Association held in October 1918 also at Ashe By Jamks Markt. yille, where the subject of "Boone The writer (Secretary of the Way" (so named by the Mt. VerCommercial Club) non Commercial Club) was given Mt Vernon notices in the Pinnac'e News a n big boost Riid created much indouble column editorial in itbi-suterest among the representatives of Feb. 5th h3S some peculiar from fourteen states. This pror coniments on the sebjecb of posed highway is " endorsed by " Boone Way. It is to be regretted ten of the leading highway Assotliat the author of the editorial ciations including the United .. didn't study the matter more States Good Roads Association of closely before saying anything at whicn Senator Bankhead of Ala- - OS. all on the question Had he done bama is president and the late e so we are satisfied his editorial Southern railroad president Mr. & would have contained many less Finley was chairman of the Exe errors than it does. cutive council. Champ Clark, It was not necessary either that speaker of the House heartily such facetiousness be used in some favors the undertaking. Ollie puts, while in other lines attempt- James is its staunch friend. Mtt ing in a faint way to praite the Thru the work of Senator W. .. . -... Vernon people o. Bradley the Agricultural efforts ot the Mt. w sentiment in favor of ' narminnt, at, Wrmhinpton. sent a 0 building the proposed highway ii highway engineer over the route from Cumberland Gap lo Crab from Crab Orchard to CumberOrchard, over the old 'Wilder- land Gap to make a reconnois-sancness Road arid Boon's Trail," survey. This engineer's a thereto connect with the Ken- report to the Department estiraat tucky system of turnpikes thereby ed the cost of construction at connecting tho north, northwest 1,024,000 or 10,450 per rails, and southeast thru the mountiins built in manr-cthat the GovernThe Mi. Vernon Commercial Club ment constructs. Senator Bradnor the- people of that pushing ley has introduced a bill'in Conlfttje town claim to be the "origi gress calling; for an appropriation natprs" of the idea of a Rational to put a corps of engineers in the Highway to be built oyer said field to make a more practical route. Pineville deserves tint survey and estimate. honor, But they did "revive" the The Daughters oLthe American movement in January, 1913 and Revolution of North Carolina, Virimmediately went to work to as- ginia, Tennessee and Kontucky certain the sentiment of the coun have a movement on foot for mark$ try in general on the subject. ing Boones Trad from Hillsboro, Congressmen of Kentucky were N. C . to Boouesboro, Ky., by first conferred with, then followed erection at points every ten miles those of adjoining states rearly all alon4 the line stone markers bear of whom advised that they favor ing memorial tablets advising $ ed the movement. The Gover- that the great frgutierstnan "pass nors of the same talso fell in ed this way in 1775." The DaughJine and asked their state mem- ters of the American Revolution bers in Congress to support a endorse our movement and are bit, when put up to them, for good Boone Way boosters. the construed n of such a high The News says amorg one of way, Commercial Clubs of Louis- its "sue" remarks Rockcasville, Cincinnati. Knoxville, Ashe tle is rich in stone and could $ vjlle, N C , Richmond, Bristol, furu;sh enough of that article to Va- - Tenn., Danville, Stanford, build a road across the United London and Barbourville and States, but falls fr , short cf the other cities and towns and look mark. There is enough here to tho matter up with their C'on- - belt the-glowith a twenty foot bqone way.vs. in. m gresgmen .. I. ! .. .4.. .......... The Pinnacle lews Don't hesitate to come here and just look around 1 Don't think that we buy from everv e dru inter who comes alonir. We look v at e orything but we seldom buy . Drop in a.v time and just browse around our store Your time will be well spent and, incidently, you will have a high opinion of ().. s. 9a. Fi's . JARANTEED SUITS I .aj 9 89 o o Q9 s st 3 a Special "D9 ; -- a .3 "6J 9 9.. We make a smaller profit but we sell more clothes. You pay less money and get more value. Because we believe in this plan we have become the Leading 'Clothiers. Fashioned up to the minute fabrics finely finished. Come in and look them over. All-wool 9 S a I De-tovot- ea ( 1 "a - 'to ei a U 3- - o .Special styles for young and a "big selection Tor ail men. MWc Stand By What You Buy." 93 0O 3 c?) .ej a r , jjfnWe LMUll PJ CtDt W ,,wr. - 5S .W-- -- FSwSCS5" The Cash Store $ PEOPLES $ BANK $ $ I A Straw will Show the Way the Wind Blows'! Have you Noticed $1 tat nenm eq &1 the Wonderful Growth of the BANK . $ there's a reason. AMPLE RESOURCES be $ SAFE AND SOLID Eyery Banking Facility $ For the Convenience of the People F ROCKCASTLE COUNTY 4 The Fact Remains No amount of misrepresentation by the peddlers of alum baking powders, no juggling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, certificates, or falsehoods of or cooked-u- p any kind, can change the fact that 1 ? $j II W I Uss Us macadamize riad more than once, ots to spare. thru and has crushed and shipped from kcastle wubin s by one firm the last few more than 50 ear loads of mt in one train stone, which 1 would be 400 mil in length, requiring 2000 locomotives to move it, containing: two million square yards of stone and the shippers, in their excavations, lor this: stone have only made comparatively sm ill dents in the sides of three hills. The News calling ns dreamers cuts no ice. Public sentiment rules in the long run and that sentiment has now reached a point which is causing Congress to sit up and take notice of the detnaud the people are mak- ing for the construction of high ways by the Government. Boone "Wa will b$ built b,ut not by the aid of men with views held liwe that of th. Viter of the. Pin-nacNews edUjnfal There are many reasons vjhy th8 Govern-shonl1 n w or have had the disease. With one or two they ''have been pretty tough, but with the large majority, has been in a very light form. AftUMiative, Measles are certainly going the Prof. T. H. Likins, E. C. Watson the rounds in Mt. Vernon. We Negitive would not attempt to name the Prof C. B Owens and A. M Hi tt nuuber of f imiiies who have them tree, everybody Its Royal Baking Powder has been found by the official examinations to be of the highest leavening efficiency, free from aMm, ansl of absolute I1 $ $ PEOPLES $ BANK WW i 11 1 $ fool didn't know it couldn't be done, so he went ahead and done it."- - Middlesboro Three State?. A TEXAS WONDER. iuvittd Dr. D E. Proctor died at the Nor- at Fish's. i children, four brothers and five sisters. Mrs. Sarah Herrin, Mrs Mary Herrin and Mrs. Allen Hiatt hogs, averagd 120 lbs, bought li7 of Quail, Mrs. Ruth Brown of sX dxt and 7 cts. Level Green, and Mrs. Cynthia Small pox are aLout a thing of CLUB NOTICE Bryant, of Somerset, are the sis the past. 1 here are no new cases The social meeting of the Wom- ters, ana Geo. S aid J. A. Procand the three larailies who have an's Club, planned for Feb. :20th tor, of Quail. Tart Proc'or, of had the disease will be set free in had to be postponed on account of Ottawa, a.id J. W. Proctor., of this a day or two. sickness. Feb. 27th was chosen place, are his brothers. His reStrayed: A yrarling horse as a lattrdate, but condittons are mains were laid to rest in Buffalo colt, dark bay, light hind foot such as to make it impossible for ceqietery Stanford Thursday white, left my place Monday. In- all the members to be present on aftern-oMrs. and Mrs. Wfll formation leading to his recovery that date. This meeting will take Potts moved here from Corbin will be appreciated. place at the earliest convenient during the week. Mr, Potts had J. M. Martin, date. Notice will appear later. with the Car Depart Dudley, Ky. Feb. of the L & N at Corbin, and Notice: Owing to the fact, ment ROBBED OF MONEY: Lots that Mr. Henry Spivey, to whom was seriously hurt there a few days ngo. Miss Mary Proctor people are robbing themselves of I had bargained to sell ray farm, every day by buying on credit, has decided not to buy and has re- and Maurice Proctor of this place Mrs. Allen Hiatt, and daughter, when they could pay the cash and fused to comply with the terms of MissOma, J.A. Proctor and get their goods at a living price. contract, I am forced to call off Takeyou-- cash to J. Fish & Son others from Quail atteded the my sale of personal properly as funeral of Dr. D. E. Proctor at and be convinced that your moaey advertised lor March ,6th, 1914. fStanford goes'fjfrther at a cash store Thursday. Granville 1 regret to have to do this, but McCoy-Henr- y: Mr. Herbert uuless the farm is sold, I certain- Owens was in Mt. Vernon during Bcnry of Winchester and Miss ly do not want to sell my personal the week on business. Lula McCoy, were married last effects. I trust the people will Saturday evening at the home of understand and appreciate my atFor sale: Car loadot clover Miss Pattie Green, Versailles, Ky. titude and in noway reflect upon hay. Price right. Also want to Mr. and Mrs Henry will reside me, as I was sincerein all that-- sell one pair co ning 3. year old at Winchester. This paper joins have done and am calling off this horse mules, will sell worth the many friends of Mrs. sale only as a matter of necessity. money. . with-thGiiS Staverson, Henryia Mt., Vernon in heart v JSTours very truly, coigr&tulatioiis and best wishes. Hayes. Feb. 20.3k, B..A, J.r'OirVernb: n. ia-positi- Judge C. M. Ballard has ap pointed Victor C. TatP, county treasurer. Brown & Craig shipped a car of Mrs P. E. Owens whose husband disappeared several weeks ago and who with her four children have been upon the mercy of world, has asked us to express to the people of Mt Vernon and especially Mrs. T.J. Niceiey her t lauks for acts of kindness which ,ias snabled her to keep her child- ren together. ton Infirmary at Louisville, last Monday. He had been a sufferer for some fifteen years with stom-ach- e trouble, which caused his death. About five years ago he moved to Stanford from the Quail section, and had made that lace f his home since that time He was a son of the late W. G. Proctor, and is survived by his widow, twe purity aad ivholesomeness. Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for makinp; finest and most economical food. TjtScswonr'nE: MyiVJKrrWJiULB 'THE WILL WAS PROBATED! On last Monday at 10 of clock p.m., the will of the late John Smith was probated and" read as follows: "I, John Smith, being of sound mind and member, realizing the uncertainty of life, do hereby and hereon deem it a duty 16 we to my beloved wife, Mary, to will and bequeath to her all that I have, both real and personal. Therefore, it is my pleasure that she have all that I have to do with it, as she deems best, and I hereby appoint her as my administratrix without bond. This given out by' my own, hand The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladrer troubles, removing grauel, cures c'iaoets, weak and all irregularities of the . kidneys and in boty men and . women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of i. oo. One small bottle in two months treatment, nd seldom tails to perfect a cure. Seed for testimonials from his and other states. Dr. E. W. 'Hall, 2926 Oiive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by Druggist. Brown & Qraig bought-o- t M. E. Burton per head. . 2o-bea- of cattle at $32.5o le WILLIE HAD A BIG BENV WATCH , (E(edicated to Will Owensflvr d 27-3- t. this the Uth'day of April, 906. r 'JOHN SMITH." N. B. ' highway. Willie dad a Big Ben watch, Roclja it could fairly throw;: doubfc in world Phere isn't anjr - AndevJ where Willie went, that it is gpinc'H;to highway buildTh WJh was sure to go. ing at no distant ate'and Boone Way ought to oe one of the first It followed him to call one night, ThisWas against Will's to receive attention. Kentucky So at the gate the watch was left. into the Natio .1 Govern- !:-In US Spiteful lie. nonnnnn ; UiCUU 1UU1C UUOll piu,uuu,wu iu Internal Revenue every year. It Till teu o'clock it waited there, e honsein fear; seems that there should be a will - . Then s'oned throwing And continued rocks, ingnisson the prt of Congress if Tm WjlHe did flppea construe; this . 1 HJC to it, to spend at least lUIUo tnp,Y'"-'- J 1 e v I wish testate that John Smithy estate was a $2,000 policy in. the Kentucky bred Insurance Company, the Great Commonwealth,. represented "by our local druggist, Chas. C Davis,, who will be glad ta .show you their policies of protection fortieth of one year's revenue to No more will it annoy Willie, building this suggested road thru When calling on his girl. the mountains which would prove the greatest traveled highway in Ben fthe- one Down riverintoits herusht. And cast ' Big swirl; the country. Nothing is ever 'acccrovpUshed the wgrds 'it by ding donging nacle can't be jdone " The News man shou1 oA , , t.ne uooptea oy a.. 1 'AC. Williams; mt.. vernon. .ky. attor;ey:attI,aw, WOFFICE--- . On'2cd?&roro' recall thf slogan The Bank otMkVeraon. omQimm. tiv; lmmaroqansas street- - Special attention Commercial Club: "The blamed I l0 collections. Phone No. 80. ...aTir rffr ?&?? v'ij rV - ' - i1. raWfrck t - i l"aBrH? j "Vi i ,K ; -- .- . -- rfm ..',.ti rliilsWiin ilti 'iTiiilir VriWVmii?' &ARHTBURG. - T- - - - r"V ""Mi '.il :3g stea tlChas;C. Davis Mt. VernOD .Ky. DRUGS Chas.E.'Davi? ' OHIOTAX LAW UPHELL IjRVBIj (iltEKN.. Mr J. A. Hasty has returned to Kansis. after a two months isit here with his pirents. He was accompainad bv his brother Robert. F. E. Mullu-- of Withers ipeut from Saturday till Monday with trteiids and relttives hete. Vic Price was down fiom Stanford Sunday uul spent the day with ). K. his mother. Gentry and daughter, Rjse v sited Mrs. J N. Brown last Sunday. Miss?s Bes sie and Clara DeBord . and Isa belle Ping we 'i the gutsts ol rlidsea yid uud iCate Defeord aatnrdiy night and Sunday. Win. E. Brown purchased a ma : Mt. Ve . Ky. cfil We open shop at 7 o'clock am and run open shop till 9 o'clock .p, m -- My Phone No is (39) thifty-nin- e Success uad wilv time the rest Public Utilities Corporations Muct of this week Bert uweus was Loosen High Court Indorses caile-- t to the bed side of his daughLegislators' Work. ter, .Vis. bam )ureelf. - She is Western Newspaper Union News Service. ieixrtr471j.etter t tlh s writing Washington. Without a dissenting A. B. Sj,uisVfainily ail have the supreme voice n 'The meeting at 'Muretbursfis a Children Cry for Fletcher's the court of the United h y States upheld the Ohio law taxing pubare u.lHuinu uictl.--M- r. Hallh a lic utilities corporations, which was acasfc two ni meatus in his passed by the state legislature In May, mea-,le- ' excep. him-el- f, 'J 1 hours. We don't want to selhyou 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 place at any time during our shop and also M'iss Ruby Houk Mr. aid Mrs. Uharlej Chaidhvol Bromo, are visiting VI r. a d Mrs. lidlie Hone t tuis place. -.- J. J. McC.ll and so . y anf r . I si week Lewis, wt re in -- Mi s Ethji Owt us and her vi i el 'r. .and Mrs A .nother, 0. Ramsey Lst week Mr Aibe Jw ns has be n with Irs M'ster foj famil- , is si k. - 1911. CHAS, C DAVIS Mt. Vernon .Ky. aBssaa? fe.v das Mi s Kt.ul Rube B rei. wlvr las r.'turned "n m h: his been visi ing for h.j a t vo Aveks. Maggie e :er and R R m y of VI 5u 'ernon, pei t Satu dy s E hi Ow nsa lay with gthel Ro' e ts. Aui.t Jud Ohesn-- i let Sun a vi it I. to i li.-s- es w s-i- 1 Mi-se- William M.-- Day, at Cleveland, with Circuit Judge Warrington and District Judge Sater in the preliminary hearing of the case. The validity of the law was questioned by the Ohio River & Western Mrs Ber Railway Co. and the Marietta, Colum- young burse . jiom bus & Cleveland Railroad Co., and Owens oi;e day. last we k at a vei suit was filed against the tax commis- nice price. Thi. cape t rs ex sion of Ohio, consisting of Robt M. Ditty, Frank E. Munn and Christian pect to ha wi t ie .i.ewchu c i h mim Pabst and State Treasurer Creamer, at Friendship ready tohuid sei State Auditor Fullington and Atty. v ce, in by next Sundav. -- Giles Gen. Hogan, in their respective offSne.li is suffering in in a severe icial capacities, the purpose of 'the a&. lagrippe. Mrs. Janus tion being to prevent them from en- 3isi of forcing the law in collecting the taxes Vanhoolc was here lrom London, levied thereunder. one day OLDEST OFFICIAL TO QUIT. Columbus, O. Associate Justice William R. Day took no part in the decision because his son, United States District Judgo st Tlio Kind Xou Have Always Bought, and which has been in use lor over JO years, has borne the sijrnature ot and has been made under his per-sonal supervision since its infancy. &ccU4 Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and are hut Experiments that triflo with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. yJust-as-good" for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is'pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other iiarcotio substance. Its age is It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA astorht is a harmless substitute last week. W. T. purchase i the M W.DeEorJ farm whicn was s Id at Mt De-BorVe;-nil..- d GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS st laugh 'c-r- , rlBRBSI MardiGras EON "wssssssssssssssssi Orchai 1 "rs x 3 1-- -A j: Ii IS A rr'.n it bright 1, Hi u m ait ad. nd . wi the he o ?unv-a- y M EROLIG EESTmTI NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE February 1924, 1914 LOW ROUND TRIP FARES . and Mr-;- . R Is Wilmolt of Bioi. head re vi.i.in Mr. and Mrs. J J Mc Jab. Willie Livesay t i to Vvabd, was in Vlarttbur biit.daj Monday Blain McKin The oldest official in the service of the state is about to re i.y spent the Ja ter pare of thv tire. He Is Thomas Winship, of To V. L. ledo, District Examiner of Stationary wetk with ln. b s.er, Mrs. Engineers. He Is 82 years old, am Jdiiurd it Somefaet Mr. ana Jias been with the Engineers' Examhi vlrs. O J Mi llin, ie ui h is ing Department since its establisl .L M. Broylts, v part of last. we h ent 14 years ago. He has tender-hitie a d ueri.uK:ne,, M ,s Uea resignation to Chief Examiner C s j 2L&&$&k The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE. CENTAL M. Eizman, effective March 1. THE ivING Uf ALL LAXA'I IVE const in.tion, use Dr. Kinjj' TewLife Hills. Paul Ma'hul FEDERAL GUNBOAT SURRENDER Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. The Fe eral gunboat Tampico, with its fi crew, voluntarily surrendered to t', Constitutionalist officials at Topo. bampo, according to official dispatch received here from the South. Tl surrender of the Tampico affords tL insurgents their first armed vessel. SMALLPOX Lexington, ERADICATED. Erne'-Cassld- y Tickets on Sale February 17, 18, 19, 20, 2 1, 22 and 23. t 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 details call on any Ticket Accr.t, Queen & Crescent Route, or apply to Agent. I VI U. Alain Street, Lexington, Jvy. H C til.NU. PasscoSC.aiia-:ickc- t LJ4W-v9"'BI,- i ul- - Fr cehaveioth teen try siuk. f J Brown surpris l is friend unua ly b.i.tjjn home with m a e p mate, vho i us. d t Ik 1 a COMRAMV. EW YORK CITV. of ,l,wtf IW1M3 IMI XXXX , nail. H. It Bucklen & Co. Pgilidelpbi or St. Louis. 1 says tin y Th are a blessii g io all iny t'hrn ly an I always kerp a box at home Get a box and get vell agan Price 20c. At druggists or l. Buffalo, N Y , a-th- e "king ol all laxatives. ovelacfc of Somerset, hey re.urntd bacu to that city oiday wliere they will lesiue, Tom has a good po ition there. Ve wish them much happiness n their new lie. Granville Hurst v is T'e rl - -- "g'! &" s.? You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the" hard places. When that time comes to you, you lnow what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. ; Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak; ailing women in its past half century "of Wonderful success and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking I jhl JJ ' One application soothes and heals a rough pimpIykra.and.wbenreDeated.auicklveirect3 a cure. Eczema. ErvsiDeUs. Tetter. U'cers and all skin diseases yield to its curative properties.. fend tor tm taiaple and book. "Health and Beintj." JOHNSTON, HOUOWAY& CO., cue a dox. Ainu uruimsts. 1730 Sprine Garden St., Phlla., Pa. CARP FIELD SEEDS FJfVsVateare frTn r11 over the taking .advai tage of The Woman's Toiiic - Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awtul dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now 'I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." tsegin taking Lardui today, bold by all dealers. 1 Has Helped Thousands. Ill Our is ELand-mad-'Offi- the wb lesale cash prces on f seeds being u.a'de W. TBu'-Nelsoi of Lexington, n Ky. Write to him for price No. 1 timothy ?1818.50, itandard timothy $1717.50, No. 2 tim- aws, Mrs. Shell. It is not knowu list ai d samples and hav,e othy $16(g16.50. No. 3 timothy $14, No. et where they will go as we middle mans prfits. l clover mixed $15, No. 2 clover mixed .i.dersta: d K J. McKinney has $13, No. 1 clover $1414.50, No. 2 clot.. ver ?r2!2.50. bought the Shells farm. Oats No, 2 white 4343c, standard white 423543c, No. 3 white 41 FEEL MISERABLE d -Wjw-L- iff" ommutity now. Dr. G. B. is kept busy almost day arid CINCINNATI MARKETS night Mr, J. P. MuII'ms was ery sick a few days this week, to report him Corn New corn is quoted as fol mt we lows: No. 2 while 6869c,- No. i whitt etter. Mrs. Win. H. Brovn aud J367c, "6. 4 white 6465c, No. I h yellow Ci65c, No. 3 yellow 61C2c l.ugherr Essie spent Saturday NTo. 4 yellow 5960c, No. 2 mixed 64 villi Mts. Ethel Hitcher Robt l)6ac, No. 3 mixed 61C2c, No. 4 mixed hSgseSe, mixed ear 6567c 8 ij lor has moved hack from Wa white ear C567c yellow ear 6568c. ota. He is now at his mo.her-iHay Law-enc- e are-gjad veek on business. Miss Kos Gentry is spending the Week with ter tisier, Georgia, who is school. Messrs John NEGRO FILLED WITH BULLETS. .d James Thompson were called Leland, Miss. Sam Petty, negn WabdSU'iday on account ol who sh.ot and instantly killed Charh he serious illness and dea h or 7, Kirkland, a deputy sheriff, wa filled full of bullets by a mob of en cheir br c er Grant. There is a raged citizens a few hours later, am .jreat deal 'of sickness in this his body finally her.-ttending Ky. Mayor J. announced that smallpox hr been eradicated from Lexington an Fayette county through systeinat vaccination. Approximately 70 pt cent of the population of Lexingto recently was vaccinated. tas reiurued to Indiana, after an etended visit with his parents lere Mrs. R. B. Hakher was as in Mt. Vernon oi:e day la- . a wbiiyn, full ct picture. AlHy7foranbo73.Eotachild'ai)aper. Clean as 3o to 62 pa3 erery , nonth. ilaaly,in?lrin3Stnrie3oftr3Tcl.adren-t3TatiJctics. hljtory. school lifc.imttca by nrrtcopnlTbors'a-iuor- a. Icstrnftiro special articles, rt!c3 oa 'ootball and other jjxjra. Departments ot Mechanic. Electricity. Tpotoernh7. PrvrlZT Sclcneo. now to Mako Etajp Collecting; Chlckoiu. Pet. Tttncs. IaTgntiona sad Natoral Wonders. The SAFE boys' magazine SiifJ2fcSoIOEly 8S a year fio 'XJnii Uar-dcnl- ? Send Subscriptions & reduced to ashes. ": J&iy to - m' . SIGNAL paicnis-j r?l aoocnaoneu oytionr i A Wholesale House of Chicao-o ""A. os L. 'Kt Children Cry FLETCHER'S C A 3 TO R A FOR I 12c, No.. 4 41.&C,, UNDEKTAKSK lirCe mm ill ttn .T Famous Silverware Care should tgzMh be exercised' when select XT! ing forks, spoons and fancy serving A pieces to see that VXhM they bear' the v famous trade Dark ofCouch !C5abkets j LmPBuflHrtVCVSl unexcySr furnished all parts of ." it. m Hearse. ie5-?-' he County ;rt 1847 ROGERS BROS. ed All Phone " . orders by Wire Promptly1. Filled W. A. COjfel 94-S w trr MT. VERNW '' ' i KY JV'-;; " l. ,. &X&X&X 30ff3ICXXjtXi yx&f3L&j& B ii- ' iims which stamps them the genuine Rogers silver-platware. For oyer 65 years 1EI7 ROGERS ''.SOS. silver has been first in the heart of ihe housekeeper because of its wearing J auality, workmanship and X design. . guaranteed Liver and Sidney remedy. Money back if not satisfied. It completely cured Rohett Vladson, of West Burlington, Iowa from who stiff-re- d irtt ent liver trouble for eight months. Atier N four doctors gave him up, be took turReys, 9 lbs and over, 21c. Electric Bitters and is now a well lit fe II m wu Eggs Prime firsts 27 firsts man. Get bottle A ujjB 260, ordinary firsts 25c, c,seconds do the sf mea for you to daj ; it will t Keep in the V fiMDJI Vft house for all liver and kidney comla 1 23c. CattleShippers $6.508, extra $8.108.25; butcher steers, extra $7.80 plaints. Perfectly sfe and de8; good to choice $6.757.75. com pendable. I s results will surmon to fair $5.50 6.65; heifers, extraJ prise you. 5ocand$t.oo. ?7.757.90, good to choice $6.75 rT E. "nckleu & Co. Philidelphia 7.65, common to fair $5 6.60; cows, or St. LouTs. extra, $6,356.75, good to choice $5.75 g6.25, common to fair $3.505.65; ii ..-Mw?l- I red 98.99c, No. 4 red 869Sc. Poultry Hens, 5 lbs and over, 17c; 3 lbs and over, 17c; young staggy foqsters; 12c; roosters, springers, ijnder '2Jt, lbs, 19c; springers, 2 lbs and over, 19c; spring ducks, white, 4 lbs and over. 16c: ducks, under 4 lbs15c;. turkeys, toms, old, 21c; young nixed 3940c. Rye No. 2 6364c, No. 3 61 62U'c, No. 4 5161c. Vkeat No. 2 red 99c$i'.01, No. J No. wnlte 3940c, No: 3 mixed 4041c, 2 mixed No. 4 Out of sorta, depressed, pain in he back- - Eiectiie Bitters renew voar htalth and strength. A 3 Said the best advertisement for a General Store is to advertise every week in your local paper llc; J. E. Mitchell, of Pine Hill, Ky. Says the best way do just like I n he he can advertise, is to is doing Just keep handing the goods out CHEAP FOR CASH canners $3.254.25. Bulls Bologna $7.35, Mm & - m " B1" Sold by leadina dealer! erenrwKeie. Send (or catalogue "CL," ls thowmg all pattsnu. DnERNATIONAL SILYER CO. Successor to Merlden Britannia Co. ... MERIDEN. CONN.. te- rn rup-leath- ers Padded Sewed and nev&StirSps and Stir-- ! i at ateasonabld p'nee . Men's Saddles, new, $4.0Cfand up Ladies' Saddles, new, $500 and tip Old Main Street back of Court House. ! Chiiaren Ory FLETCHER'S OASTO R A FOR Calves 12, common and large $611.50. Hogs Slow and generally 10c low-eSelected heavy $8.95 9, good to choice packers and butchers $8.959, mixed packers $8I909, stags $57.60, extra $7.657.75, common to choice heavy fat sows $68.50, extra. $8.55, light shippers $8.259; pigs (100 lbs nnd less) 568. Sheep Extra $5.90, good to choice!' fUU.TU, VUU1UIU1I lit JUU fOVl.iU. Lambs Extra $8, good to choice $7.607.9&, commgh to 'fair $5.75 7.50, clipped' lambs $6.507.25. r. fat bulls $71g7.50. Extra $12, fair to good $9.50 $6.507.25, extra THE GREEN FRONT ............ ...... . .. - ..... JONAS McKENZIE - PILOT ON STEAtoEFTRESPONSIBLE Rheumatm: sumtnku SHOULD USE - MH5VVVVIil!BM B For aJf fdrmmot The Boet Rmmmfy 3&eyc$x"we r- W.T. DAflS - . yyx&nrtt : l micuniiiLraiii B'f V GOUT. NSUBALOUUBBVBl AND K1DNEV TROUBLES. SCIATICA. HarYey'&'jConnerk tfie other Dilot.' and brother of WalferT'was in the. pi lot house when the accident occurred, but he is exonerated from blame. report of "the Louisville! Steamtioat Inspection on thejreCeri wrejcR of the steamer Queen 'Cltr at Louisville, made'pub-11- c by the department of 'Commerce, holda Walter S. Conners, one of the boatasiiiIbtttpl5e"Hsponsii)le for the accident, ?and charges him with .lack of "prudenceT carefulness "'and skill.. "Washlngfon.-rTf- ie Selz SJioesi THE Hotel Henry hotel.. , . SELLS of--fl- ce Wt'feison LbutsVlLLE. KY. TTie South's most popular priced, modern firs-pro- -- "ROYAL B UE'' . .situated .in the Abtoluteir Xery hfsrtotth retail shcppiris'dU'trictand near all the theatres. , Finest In ta'utiTjaa'VithSiasVatJ Lunch IF you need a good pair of shoes it " BreakTasf ,.v Club f is to your interest to examine V a m.1.00. "Alo"elalorate a la carte senrice in festauraat. j, . Rathskeller open .from 4 rj. m. to I a. m. Orchestral and vocal music. , RaOMrPRICES WkKV.BwS4r:iwateriiaJ day yrivAUitilt $1 Witk prirate bath $1.50 from 25e up; nogn day 50ij tablodeboteDinn'r;6 to 8 p. .. , the Selz line before you buy DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE LUMBAGO. And 'don't have to grease . ipjrtiLK 'rvjci.'rjBBw;,: a,m', mmtitBnlr m h but once a week. t- 'lwmsmt J'CWAS McKENZIE' v VBBV - pr It has thcoely real ww aticBiag, p Hjadfef teted MT. VERNON, KY. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE contiftuotM ateel. p l..wKML.',Tke-WooltehUl.- ii'caa te adink4d from UA. ' Mrirat debrinme. Oo8 .wide: if California Red! " f witk private bath $2J50 ta ?3.S per day. You are' cordially invited to aaka.thM hotel your headquarters whUo m even if only, for a ,ay. Have your mail ?J3irKfea .addressed here. You. trill always boa welcome guest. , .LartiiWriS.- )a'$00 'fw "day - ! - imihji OMw" x Kale in Kwittcky "by CHAS. C. STGLL -- CHC CO.-lJxSifr- toK ,M s1,Jf w. t hm n t thmuitl Cnr C of "'owfiiory gives m fewesfScisIttrron rnlQs and from fsc- tory to you. iOffM.MHC.Jlfrajl Met mtuty by wrHUMc u afiTrrTjiTBisnr ir LOWSVUXE MX AND TAJIK CO. . ;PB I 1ejIoc&m Jisvle.. i 1 ;K6BTB,JONMaS.(er. mm HIDES A1 mil C F8R RAVrFURSANBMKS HalV a MsaosUsU IRtl "Winiynwf BsSJA v tkcarao rated) DHrWHITEftCO. Ltr. MksP IaVRVaVaaaaaaHBsK?!. kw AaaaV1aaaaaBBBrchsrsai aW Jam. aaHLaaBaHVa?1 aVw SaRHC K m .aaaaLasaaHraasriab- (I .1 - 5 i '" Or :V -- ' r iL-- "'