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KYM FRIDAY MARCH 6, 1914 NUMBER 21 www ( e www ww W WWWWW"WW wwwwwwwvww liZ 7 the lines of fie Louis'rite & NHsh ville Railroad Company will bve to substantially establish a maxi-tnufare of 2j cants par mile from the Ohio River to the Gulf o Mexico. m t - e shoe! o deduction In Revenue. Some idea of the. reductions to be made bv the Company in its passenger- - fares may be had when it is understood that the reduction in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Alabama will represent an annual reduction io f avenger revenues of about $SC0,o00. luKentuokv alone, the annual ''reduction ih revenues will am.ount to about $130,000 on interstate-traffic- , and about $250 000 ohnt-asiattraffic e -- Of.ommt wSe IT'S knowledge C41..a0 a matter ; RAkFP AKE IT , O Q I ' wjwwwaai r common this store is lead- ing in the shoe. business that Special,-Sale- s or to a total amuunt $380,000. of about In Mt. Vernon STOP GUESSTNG TN BUYWG CLOTHES' Is it all-woo- Illustrative Changes in Pares The following list of existing fares and the proposed new fares is illustrative of 'the reductions" Present New Fare Fare Louisville Bowling Greejt J i 3 $i LouibVille WINTER 300DS WILL GO THE GREAT During Month of march like Ice Cream at July Picnic. which will be made: From To Lebanon Corbin - Williamsburg v A glance at jour iliddlesboro Covington Iniisville Gutherie Jwensboro Russellville Henderson Hopkin&vi'le Windows and a chance to let us 02 1 68 53. 44 6 74 5 74 4 92 4 10 2 15 1 g0 2 22 1 85 ! l? Will it hold its shape andg.ood looks? Will it wear? show how courteously and intelligently we serve you will tell you why we lead Uuisville WoithvilU Pronkfort Lexington , Anchorage Shelbyvllle Paris Richmond 183 14 8J 72 DON'T MISS Sale Of jrK,OCE:R.TTn THE BARGAIN PICNIC and the greati BANNER Louisville Nashville Tenn. Louisville Memphis ' ,, -- 48 57 98 I 16 5 50 4 67 11 40 9 5i SUGAR 25 lb sack of best granulated Sugar. Special j-- guessing theanswer to STOP questions in buying Clothes, Quit taking chances on what wear will prove. Know before. j.ou --bay- them -- that your clothes are right and will stay Date Effecriveof Changes The proposed reductions will be made effective as soon as the tariffs can be compiled and issued giving the notice required by law. It is now estimated that the new intrastate tariffstwill beniade effective about April; ist or shortly thereafter (certaChly not later $1.20 Pilgrim WASH POWDERS est soap upon the market. Special. 3 bars for SOAPS Clean Easy Soap The Spring right You kanv if you buy Cloth-craf- t Clothes. It's all down in black and white on the Clothcraft guarantee which insures all wool clotht lasting shape, satisfactory wear and than May 1. 19 14), aiifd that the i terstate tariffs will be published immediately thereafter to be not later tUanJuly i, i9i4. The great jnajorityof interstate fares ar6 iamfc"'' with ' and such cannot be compiled until the various State tariffs in the several States are compiled; the interstate, tarriffs require the -- Special blend of Coffee, once tried, always used, 25ct value for a $1.50 JO-lbb- ag f 1UC that 1 FELS JNTAPTHA great Cold Water Soap. 3 Boxes for I LC ef-ect-ed other-raiL-roa- ds FLOUR riigh-g- r Finest Patent ade", every ounce guaranteed of the finest made body knows. Ieuox LENOX SOAP 3 Bars for Every-- f IUC I "Light House Cleanser tt Armour fc Uo's zreatest Wash Powders Special 3 cans for $25. We back up the makers signed guarantee with our -- own, We'll surprise you with -- are now on our shelves Our stock will be larger the style fit and service we service. can give you in Clothcraft Clothes. - If yoira re curious, Yon run no risk in these .ask to see our special Cloth- guess-proo- f clothes at $10 to craft values at $15, $18 &$20, A slightly sh Hsh, sturdy, well-bui- lt blue serge of dependable quality 4130 at $18.50. better than even Don't fail to call and see our shoes you buy " of all connections, and as the fares in these are far more numerous, involving many thousands of figures which have to be calculated, there is naturally delay. The legal notice required in connection with interstate fares is 3o days. jrer oarrrei 50 $5, g 10c Same Flour in Sacks 70c ANo.1soodFamiiypour good enough for me, a barrel only costs 65c cents buys a sack Louisville & Rail Road Company, By W. A. Russell, MARHTBURG. We are glad Nashville Passenger Traffic Manager. J 8c 8c 1CJ V and Dry Goods are not Groceries, of course, but we have such a big store of them to close out that we jnst Lad to tell you about them right now. Shoes CORN Fine Sugar Corn SUTTON & McBEE THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE Too Talk Leaders in DRYGOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES To I ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R VOLUNTARY R. CO., OF A IN REDUCTION THE RATE OF PASSENGER FARES IN KY., TO TWO AND ONE HAUL CENTS PER MILE " - The Louisville Railroad Company & Nashville annouuees-it- s -- 'A i intention to reduce in the immediate future, (.not later than May 1st., 19X4) jth psinger lares-oits lines in the State of Kentucky ip 8,jbximnm.of2 cents per, mile ACTIO'VOLTJNTARY n' say that the measles are all reported better in Maretburg. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wick Thompson who has been 'very low for the past few days is reported better at th:s writing. Mrs. F. M Marshbanks has .eturned from Pineville, where been visiting suant topromises heretofore giver she has for the past few das. Mr. and the people of Kentucky it promis J McCdll are in TennesEarly es to place Kentucky on the samp Mrs. J. J. bas's as other States. Should the see for a few days. Mr. and Mrs ? Spring Sam Roberts, of Brodhead, have reduction prove disastrous, the moved in the Reynolds Look at your winter bouse at Company will appeal to the RailMaretburg. We are glad to have hat and Fe3 road Commission for such readA new hat will brighten justments as will be fair under teem in our village. Bert Owens up your appearance for and his father-in-laSamuel all conditions. the rest of the season Tyree have opened up their sugar EXTENT OF TRAFFIC AFFECTED ami since they're here in The reduction to be made will orchard and are iu the s.igar busi advance, make it a spring ness now. Miss Ethel Roberts v , apply to dl of the lines operated &tyle from our store. by the Louisville & Nashville and Cora Young were in Mt. VerMay we show them to Railroad Company for its own ac- non shopping Saturday afternoon. you to day ? Mrs. Sam Roberts has been count in the State of Kentuckv, very sick for a few days. Bert "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY" .with exception of a few branches- and new lines, on which the pas Owens sold a young horse to Bill senger business is not now re "Brown lor $115.C0.Bro. Harper, munerative or is conducted afc a one of our preachers is down with measl' s, Meeting js stil 1 going loss. The Cash Store on and will continue for the next The reduction will be made effective on lines which now are week or two producing .over nine tenths of the SPRING BLOOD. AND 4 SYSTEM This action on the part of Ken Company s total passenger - earn CLEANSER tucKys principal rail carrier is Uiwii17i , rOMlc'n entucKy; voluntarv, and is taken in order 'r& '.. During the. winter months imthus will effect nine-tentotthe purities accumulate,- - your blood to equalize the rates in its home Company's passenger business. becomes impure and thick, your State with the rates effective on Reduction Applies to Both kidneys, liver and bowels fail to or before the date mentioned in "Spring Interstate and Intrastate Traffic. work, causing the States of Tennessee and AlaThe reduction proposed in Ken Fever." You feel tired, weak and bama. Electric Bitters the" spring tucky will not only apply on in- - lazy. and system tonic This Company adheres to its 1 ca State - travel between nnintc'Whnt vnn tipaI- - thnxr cleanser is Df;m,,1af. behalf that a 3 cent ' fare is not within the State, but will als6tns kidneys. "livers and bowels to wholly remunerative and is not apply on interstate traffic oVerto ne,tnv aCt on' pel blood im unfair-tyour health, the public Neverthe-less.-r- n the fame lines to and from. Domt Puritiestand Restore strength ambition. Electric deference) p"ublip bpfo-io- Within the btate anfethru the Bitters .makes you feel like new. partfcularlyMn other Star?!, tJtatep. aLso, fourweeks' treatment-- it the management hag"" decided,to have.heen 5rjre w Put yu!:in ne shape for your made on apply the lower mte in the hone the principal Jjne? of travel-iWOrk- Guaranteed. All the sPrlnK Draegists 5oc. and Ji.oo. that increased volume' of traffic States of TennPWPftj lan,a' H. ET Bubklen&'Co. Philadelphu will save materiaLlQaws,,and pur- - effect on interstate cava Ton orSt. Loais. -- to nice and sweet, hard to beat Fine Can" BEANS, per can, . Riee Fancy Head CLOTHING, Underwear, Hats and "darned nigh" everything you can think of are to be closed out here this month. ber-paren- ts RICE BEANS New Michigan . hand-pick- ed 8c WHOLESALE You can. buy at wholesale prices all during February. Hats Navy Special. 5 lbs for Beans. SALMON,r-N- o. Cans Alaska Pink Salmon, packed m heavy rich oil, lzc value w, Special, 3 for F m 1 P" f C iL R&nember ! This is MATCHES the big 5c box BAKER'S ment and when advertise- - ul vnpiuu muicues every one a good one. Special, 3 Boxes for p ( IT. G. advertises a Special Sale, he has the goods to back it up. A FEW CAR-LOA- D SPECIALS-AMERI- CAN " FENCE Big Stock Low Prices PROGRESR STOVES and RANGES FURNITURE and CARPETS .Stoneware and Hardware FLOUR, FEED and SAf Ite ftios hs so-calle- d The Right U.GJBaker ROCKCASTLE o -- n, similar-TeductiQnspt- art to-b- e Us n "THE STORE THAT DOES THE X31R k. fi j; store y COUNTY'S -- av ElUSINES.' .: i- - m.. paMMMmaMMinNiMW0fnnaHMH'WHMIHMWV sKzaKHBaBMBBflBBBBBaBBBSBBBBBVis' ?9$.PHHHHMIHBISIBIHHHMivr'7 -- jMHiiBSSHHijiSlfllBBfliffififeiUHRIHilfflWnr : MT '.. LI VI N'USTON. Ji jis'4 rx '4 - FKDElad .orsKi..dw. VtRNON SIGNAL! not only a, certainty, Friday, Mar. 6, 1914 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, UBSCRIPTIOK ONE YEAR $I.OO Wome people are miserable as a even if it is at our expense.- -J, A. Baptist peopleare having a revival ot habit. .Others accustom Childless is in Cincinnati, Ohio, here, and from what we can gathtainoyof the present sess on.' . tn. mselyes to being happy and this week taking a much needsd er they are having one of the best The Shackelford hill has pisseu rin.i he condition of bondage very rest. Edgar Cottongim is with meetings that they have had for the House hy a votQ of m ire than i years. Miss Nettie Rice is -- ery relatives at Pine Hill this week. Gtol. It will have equaiiv Mrs. Hubert Niceley has returned) sick at this writing. Mrs. B.Rice fl! - but a cer-JTOattt- smooth sailn-- g in the'SenaV. . Sfr C4 t i Mrs J. F. Neighbors the snow has melted, the clouds Judge S. D. Lewis was here have scattered and the sun is once Monday on business. the week in Knoxvile, Tenn. ANNOUNCE The L;v AN MODEL AMAZING Advertising rates made known on Hugh Jessie, of Paris, Ky". more smiling on old mother earth ingston Lumber Co his sawed o t The OLIVER No. 7 a typewriter of superexcellence, wno oijco was our operator here, Once, a cold spell which we have their logs and shut down thei: with automatic devices and refinements application that mark the zenith : w s shaking hinds with friends just had, would have been consid- - mill at this place D. K Argen of typewriter progress . A marvel of beauty, speed ,and easy here Wednesday.-- - Mis. O'Mary, ered fine weather, but that was bright was seventv-tw- o MBMBRnp years old action. Typewriting efficiency raised to the nth power. of jol ico, Tenn., is visiting her when people lived in log houses Monday," and he gave a dinner t KRNTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION s m, J. T. O'Mary J at this place. with cracks large enough that you ja'l of bis re'atives and friends. The OLIVER No. 7 embodies all previous' Oliver inno1f Mrs Doss, Danville, :s , Kiting could throw" a dog through them U. C. Cromer will take his wife to vations ard new self-actin-g devices never before seen on any AjBjBBkSBiRy&i -her sis'er, Mrs. ' Job Walton, on and children went barefooted u i Richmond to have a surgical opei typewriter. A leap in advance which places The Oliver ten rPT itMT'Tf Mie Klondyko. A little child of til Christmas and ihey could a'ioi performed on her. J. B years ahead of its time. So smooth in action, so light to the Mr and Mrs. Robert Mc dure' knock a flint rock out of the frozen Jones is very sick at this writing. touch, so easy to rnn, that experts are amazed. A model that is wry sick at this writing Mr. 'ground with their heel R. J. Lemonds his returned Dr. W.T. and Mrs. Maiion Hamlin are vis- - Francis, the tooth dentist, of Mt. from Louisville where he has been means to the typist delightful ease of operation. ttiag Mrs Hamlin's father, W M. Vernoc, has his shingle hung out for a few days. L. R Cox was A model that means a higher standard of typewriting, The banquet given last Friday Young French, of Long Branch r- -'u t as at the Eight Gables Hotel. Mr with home folks Tuesday. John longer and better service night, at Frankfort, by the .we siid, our friend Maret would and Mrs. e Democratic Club, of KenJackson, of Pine Mullins' Was in Mt. Vernon, Sun Men's The No. 7 is now on exhibit and sale at all Oliver tucky, was a success in every par- m ans that 110 comries in" Ken ' and us otne poetry comenrng H.ll, were here between trains, day, and reports his wife on the Branches and Agencies thruont the United States. ticular. Over SCO Democrats tucky will le called on to raise by the Big Ben watch. Well, Mr. Tuesday, en route to Hazel Patch s:ck list. Mr. and Mrs. VV. E S800,-00- 0 Maret, yon did well; come again. . Jones Peter Eckels Drummonds Gray will go to house keep'pg in from all sections of the 5tte were taxation decidedly less than a year to share in the benefit We alwajs enjoy a good laugh, present. The speakers included wis in Mt. Vernon, Monday The the new cottage of L H. Davi' candidates for United of a State road fund of S600.000 all four Mr wien it is completed. States Senate. There was only and a Federal fund of $583 000. Henry Foredice is said to have The Times reproduces one thins: that marred the occa small pox here in to.vn and the the map and taMe showing how sion and that was the advantage house is closely guarded clay and n ght. -- T. . Niceley, of Mt. Vertaken by Congressman Stanley to Kentucky, in eleven years, can, plan here outlined, Sena- under the espouse his cause lor the non, was here part of last week .XV? ft torial nomination. In doiny thi-M- r. build a Statewide system of roads taking an inventory of the stock of $? JK. mi Stanley broke a rule law down providing thoroughfares north goods belonging to the Cockrell fttr ?C and south and east and west and by the Club. All the candidates estate which is several thousand S?v : were invited to be present and making every county seat a center dollars. John Pope has moved make a talk, but were asked not of rot less than three of the roads his family to Somerset where he "!'!:':: r.i'ji to mention the Senatorial race forming its co meeting links. has a good position. T. W.r Baker I.VlMl BAKING The argument for State aid, They each complied with the re was in Mt Vernon. Sunday. POWDER quest except Mr. Stanley, who without Federal aid was strong. Uncle Fritz Kruger was here, Sun " Democrats The argument for State aid wi'h Several spoke last day. D. Bramer, of Rodgers-vi.le- , aid is not to be gaiiuaid who were prosent and heard Mr. Federal Tenn., a two-thirliidian, m. . . .r?..-There are now eighty nine &&&! Stanley, fay it. was the same has put up a shoemaker's shop speech he Ins been delivering on pauper counties in Kentucky. here, and we will say he is on to the Stump. After the banquet There are more than sixty coun his job. S. C. Prankliu, L. &N several Democrats who have been ties that havh't a shigle mile of watch inspectarwas here Monday ECONOMY tllat's one thU you are - supporting Mr. Stanley were improved rod. In eleveD years, looking for in .ese days J. T. O'Mary is suffering with J1" heard to say that they would not every one of these counties can be fill of high living cost Calumet insures a wonder e new model has more im- penny. tonsilitis. Mrs L. R. Uox is visitVe shall even continue in ful saving in your baking. But it does more. support, him any longer, but made a permanently prosjjerous ing relatives at London this week. provements, refinements and new force our popular It insures vrholelome food.tasty raised food. county. would vote for Marioc Hamlin of Pineville. 'uses than "vecan even enumerate purchase plan, the same as on Calumet is made rijrlit to sell right to bake right. Ask T.he Representatives from Jef-Beckham, who.n they declare one of the millions cf women who use it or ask your grocer. has sold out his timber interest a here. previous Oliver models. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS made the best speech of the even- rersor and ixenton counfes are that place and informed us that he The "cushioned key board with The OLIVER No. 7 equipped World'a Pure Tood Exposition, Chics bo, ML Wi'l the ing. There is no doubt .but what pledged to State aid will move to Oklahoma in a few Pari Exposition, France. March, 1912. anchor keys" and the new anto with the famous Printype. if deMr. Stanley lost himself many Representatives of the eighty-nin- e iixaa: days. R G. Rivers has returned matic features mean less work for sired, without extra charge. votes by bU action on that een pauper counties do as much in and is clerking for C. U. Cromer. Too don t tare money whra ven Let eaein or biz.eu tulnnr naw ir. Dan'i ! nMJ Rit r.ltm.i thr-i- r the hands, less strain on the eyes, own behill? You owe it to yourself to see ing. His closest friend are openly Jt' mara economical acre wkoluoue f irss but malts. Cclnmtt is fir sopcriar to soar Bui an J soda. Mrs. J. W. Kincer of Brodhead, leso manual and mental effort. so, State and Federal aid will If the. new machine before you buy censoring him and siv he made was here between trains Sunda the mistake of his life. The dem- be made an accomplished fact beWith all of t'ese masterly me- any typewriter at any price. Note enrout home Irom Cincinnati, onstrations given the various can- fore the present year is six where Mr. Kincer has a position chanical improvements we have its beauty, speed and easy action, didates as they arose to speak months older. as mail clerk. Born to ths wife of made the machine more beautiful its wonderful automatic devices. The Speaker of the loWer house clfarjy showed tint a majority of J. W. Terry, a fine girl, on the and svmmetrical. From every Try it on any work that is ever j of the General Assembly is an an tho.e present favored Mr Bock 23th. Mr. G. D. Cook has been standpoint The OLIVER No. 7 done on typewriters. Try it on of good for the Senatorial nomination nounced advocate both lmn inany kinds of work that no other on the sick list for the past few attains superlative excellence. ' - -Om VfUntW TTWIlfeVr-baThe ovation lasted fully live min- roads and "the. Statewide, county Om days but is able to be at bis post Nothing you could wish for has typewriter will do. mr ssswicxhsZ? , s There is no doubt in our seat plan of building them. No ,mW utes again. A. M. uamiin ana j. VV. been omitted. The new devices' It is a significant fact that the rasBMBHEBaBSS -A. W mind but what the Senatorial race man could asValuller measure of F' Rider of Mt. Veinon, were here refinements, improvements and typewriter that ihtroduced such is already decided. The other opportunity for great and lasting Monday. conveniences found on the No. 7 epoch-makniinnovations as visiwu INTERMISSION. candida'es had as well sive them- service to the State than is now in -represent an enormous outlay ble writing, Printype, etc , should selves time and money. The the hands of Claude B. Terrell. JIMMY HAD ALITTLE TELEPHONE. and vastly increase its value -- the be the first to introduce automatic Dedicated to JAME8 MABET. people of Kentucky are going to Heretofore the Kentucky Senate price has not been advanced one methods of operation. E Jimmy had a little telephone, Beckham to the United has never failed to vote for State worn piece of furniture you hate part with, It wis connected with the Slates Senate. The whisky trust aid. The House has never fai'ed a An old or scratched doors, and as to And when he sends a telegram, you look about You ought to hear him yell. defeated him in 1008. The Dem- to oppose it. If Mr. Terrell can B floors find infinite uses for Pee Gee P you'll to his way of a pri- bring the bouse ocratic voters in a popular So now, Jimmy stands at the telephone, Oliver Typewriter Building, CHICAGO. This combined Stain and Varnishismadeforlieautifylngyour From morning until uight: mary had selected him for the thinking the fight is won: Louis g "wood. One homo. You can easily apply it on any kind of Until he looses his temper, honor and the responsibility and ville Times. The House saw it coat works wonders oa anything that neeT refinisning. Also his appetite. "" their choice was betrayed by the his way. init's Try Peo Gee You can hear him hollow out and say, expensive and assures best results always. treachery of four of their own 'You blockhead, I gave you Brown,'" comes in 11 Natural If that bunch who compose the Pee Gee Until there is great excitement representatives in the General Wood colors, While, Gold and Silver F lamel. With the people all over town. Q at the bshest of the Kentucky Legislature had to be You can hear him at midnight, PEASLEE-GAULBER- T depended upon to build a great, CO., 'ncorporated Whisky, trust; because Beckham's When he ought to be in bed, Louisville, Ky. Manufacturers Calling out for Judge Bethurum, administration had been made railroad or fire insurance company Or answering Brodhead . notable by the enactment of a local how many of either wculd KenKentucky needs Not long ago he lost his temper, option law, under which an hun tucky have? And you bet he talked mean, more railroads as well as many &OBINS,..Brodhead, drcd 6f the 119 counties had gone When he dropped his last penny. slot In the little .. machine. drj', and because he had dared re- other big industries, but as long as we baee to be infested every So, he called up Gvaves at Livingston call the Legislature in special sesAnd said, ' Wade this ia me; two years with such disgusting sion in 1906 to enect the rectifiers Come to town on twenty-twth-'JF present Legislature And don't forget the key. license, which the trust had affairs as as well as some in the past, Ken But we have found a remedy, smothered m the regularsessiou, Which in ourjmind is stored, and because he had c'osed the tucky will stay right on the half That will take the place of Maret; way ground. More taxes, to pro IfOuisvilie Saloons on Sunday. It is an automatic board . Mi. Beckham is still the nominee vide for more officers for more So, Jimmy, we ..will let up now, And we belieye that we should; oj the Democratic party and the grafters at the expense and to the And we will say nothing turther, detriment of every business intervbters next call intend to right surely depend you can If you will promise to be good.. last Monday JO of clock the the wrong done them in 1908, and est of Kentucky is all that Ken-get- s ac-qo- unt from tbes bi ennial meetings time of trouble is your with the ballot in their own hands will of the late John was probated and But one word in conclusion, atone," For which Jimmy can never solons at the capitol. For the way he looses his temper elect him to the Senate. Rock- of Better, to acquire At the littlrt telephone. Smith, being of read as follows: castle w'll do her part. The Editor of ihe 1 The bill provides .that Feeler . aid shall be conditioned- - on Sin c aid. Kentucky does not now grant State aiJ. Unless such aid U granted Kentucky wi 1 lose the sum of $583,000 a ver.r -- s its pro- ponion of the $25,000,000 apprr- priation l'io Government no. stands reaity to.make lor in building of good roads. State aid will cost Kentucky $000 000 a yeai i . taxes of which - the city o Louisville a'one will piy th neighborhood of a' third. The" cities of Lexington, Covingt-- i ind Newp rt and the counties o. which they are the chief cilias wi -ontribule a fourth Which 1 jiiniiu ievv iays isjl wii'i reia- - uas rnurnea to nor nome aner a lives at Berea, Ky. -- Well, at last f ew days' visit with relatives here Announcing The New Typewriter WR OLIVER No. 7 1 1 J-- to-da- y .1 . Belter CALUMET Bakes Jpfl Swj 17-Cen- ts 'f;, iimmmij mm J ;5 d -- food-unifor- mly y or z PEECEE n fm .' iwr .- -r-s -- i? Sk . g There's Alwavs Something Around the House that aeeds Ref mishmg B-il- l, The OLIVER Typewriter Co. I I I RE-NU-L- to-da- y, RE-NU-LA- C As--semb- ly T JOHN Ky. " I s V. o, 'THE WILL WAS PROBATED." On at Smith "I, John p.m., The Helping Hand most in upon bank so-call- Stanford In- .When the Lpuigville Times goes after a thing it goes the whole hog. On the good roads question, State and National aid thereto, its proving itself a wheel horse Every Saturday for the list month it has published a half piie map of Kentucky showing miles of turnthe "proposed"-"620pike to connect every county seat in Kentucky with neighboring 0 terior Journ 1 who is also a mem' ber of the present legislature Irom Lincoln county cat . his vote against State and National Aid to roads, when a t ill was placed in its passage in the House at Frankfort last we?k The bill carried all right as it should, but what excuse any member could offer, and especially an editor, for fighting good roads, is beyond u". GoQD heaUh demands that jh mouth k ,. clf)sed whUe fri rrQrTT rwt civ Congress and our Legisla ture are on a clear track under full head of steam, a good engi- j 1 s3 MniT r hArM rtU c quios UCl l""'ll"f run will be made. Uid togies and Trv m Ti them ,uUtJ Ws4..yw. had best fi,u8 nirantirknc , u- -a 3 C u, a leep. Cases are known where a man's health would bi in bett-- r condition if he'd kept his moti h . sound mind and member realizing the uncertainly of life, do hereby and hereon deem it a duty I owe 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 this the 14th day of April, 1906 SKlBBleaisks Camsei ly Grms Gtnnj get undtr th kin or c broken fiUca, and It Is h:rd rid ot Tthem. Pui lores or plmpUa in The start a big one by depositing what you have Bank of Mt-Verno- n- ou'll Find the necessity of thinking before paying a great Incentive to saving. When trouble comes what you have been prevented from frittering away will make a comfortable balance . tpon destroy thet germs and kees them clean and healthy unurnatura healsTKa It oa .'i?' ,J?.!"Lnosei anywhere, tor It I. Antiseptic Salve nf Tall It Br Tfc Wr R. BELL'S follow. The Bank of Mt. Vernon 'JOHN SMITH' I wish to state that John Smithes estate was a $2000 policy in the Kentucky bred Insurance Company, the Great Commonwealth, represented by pur local druggist, Chas. C Davis, who will be glad t3 show you their policies of protection. ' c1osed whi,e awakft it The married life of Mrs. Ada keep of the Blizzard, who is applying for a dilook, listen," and track or get everlastingly run vorce from her husband in Sidney probably so tempestuous over and flattenr d out. that she j'ist couldn't weather the The men who spend all their itorm any longer. ' .time reading the Bible will be A Pennsylvania town with one surprised, when they get o heaven and find hat the men wbouLvays Democrat has bpen discovered, and he will havelo ' be postmaster paidtir grocery bills are seats in front. whether he likes it or not. z o be-an- "stop, NL B; Hog. sow, weight about ioo pounds, color rel; came to my place sboat Jan. 2oth. Owner paying damage may obtain same. Strayed: Kern County, California Wants Farmers Kern County has room for 200,000 settlers. This may seem impossible to ou but not so when you know that Kern is as big as the whole State of Massachusetts It is a wonderful county and hundreds are makirg good here. We have issued a beautiful booklet telling much about Kern County. This booklet will be sent to you free, together with, Edd Fullock, Mar. 6 ?t. Cove, Ky. e CASTOR I A Infaati Per and CbiUrM. TIwJK&IWmi Hivi Ahrap Bears the a map of California and a copy of SUNSET MAGAZIJTE, the monthly guide of the homeseeker and settler, if you will send us ten, cents in stamps to help defiay the cost Oi'ElaUliiig. SUHSCX , occu-pyitftrreer,v- yTT ImcII HACAOiE SERVICE BUREAU, Su Fr--ckt, Cmhnk -- M-- n - - t v- '- MT.VcRNON'SiG'NA Mt. Vernon, Ky . L Kainc i:ts, you ury,. at. Fish's. waic of every kiud, best quality at lowest prices. G. U. Cox. tie k.iud' th.it keep TffilGS THAT MAKE 'A TOWN Mar 6, 1914 Kiicren KO. 2. I? rt.' I ITS SCHOOLS Hardware and Kitchen va:e in the East room of the Cox build n From the beginning of the ucat on. and shall here only take where you will find me located Christian era, if not from the be- time to refer to the simple but with a complete line. ginning of time itself, the child profound statements of the oid C. C. Cox. has been the world's greatest Scotchman on the subiict. He The small pox patients have all problem. Modern society has one day aud to his pastor Louisville & Naehviule R 3 Co louse, and we are I!come to recognize that the child, .tame Keen turned f mr W--- --.: TO j remarked: "And isn't it a good , proud to announce that there are undeveloped and imperfect tho TIME TABLE. kj3 Jl h'VjL ' fS I'.r, give one's lassies a good Vernon orjhe be, has, like the c lizen, cer- - thing to 4.59 p ra no small .pox in Mt. 22 uortn "education?" "Yes." his pastor reinimediate communits. tain iralier.iable rights. He has 24 nortn ' It is a tood thing, sir, 3:5? a ui :.. i .1 :V.t marked. aw R. L. Larg- Leri.wn pry rear njjui., "' iigut because it will bide .south Neal Pirrott and .....il:43 '3 with them." iust finished a store to know both the p.isof work and 'Yes indeed,' his pastor answired 21 South 12:19 a m ford have pla He has certain intellectual Tas. Landrum, Agent bu ld.ng on a lot near Mr. "it wlil abide with them " "And roit's home and are now putting rights, the right to be tr ined to it is so easily carried about." Phone No. 8. ' to reason. He p'j'&i Win line of general study, tothiuk, in a good V aiiis It 11 Hi H IW Very true," said the pastor. lAsa p'kHnnU r I O VlfrU Jfcjterl at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice; merchandise. Mr. Lanyard will has moral and spiritual c r tllol'o nr "" ovnrncc "rrv ""- - ""-- - "" mail matter. '. as stcond-cias- s the right to a liUUWlCUO nf o,l charges on an education, it- w..r.. Ul VJUU. hate charge. and requireand of his dealings tC ln..- onlrl Xlnntic But to revert more directly to it. ..mi PERSONAL . ments of men r, n might original UVI UUU3 21UI.K W. lit uiuiiui Kl. Pil i theaccused ofsubiect forofwethe old ' Dr Lovell captured an Albino .and tfe understand has contracted ,. tho error ., be ,. . , , , suive1" tnei wnicu na.s (jvl ite) mole. f. lf l narCAM TT'lir , nffr , rinvintT to sell his sto e house. Mr problem of sausiacioriiv , Fn "' , the adequate educa will move his Mnnnc !e ni.w in Pinaville to A. H. Hamlin .lill'lHl 111 Cll 1113 lCA U, UUI llU IU UUC tion of her children has laid the . Mr. Rrown jamilv back to Mt. Vernon in the , ntiniit fi InrsiMfin. auo saiu; ere nren foundation of futnre strength and congrojation dis here text is divided into two next few days. moved goods to his store neat No. prosperity. Therefore, we conparts, furstde things dat are in K. E. Ward, a son of R G. Ward 1 tunnel. longing for new, spring clothes sider one ol the leading factors de things de text, and secondly, representative of is the Cincinnati upbuilding of a Miss AtViii e Poindcxier Bersot, in the life and not in de text. And Brethren we is in the air. hare daily receiving spring shipments of the Ball Engine Co. town to be ITS SCHOOLS. Reader a: d Interpreter of Charw ill wrestle with do second part Blanche Crawford has Mis What is education? We have acters xv 11 appear at the Cbiistian finished her school near Winches- i church Wednesday eveuing March seen many definitions, some of furst." Do the schoo's of a town conter and returned home. i8lh, under auspices ot the Bible them so complex and technical as tribute any large element in the Uncle Mat Owens fell a short Class of the Mt. Voriiou Christian to be bewildering. For our purbuilding of the town? Weanswer time since and hurt his hip aud is church. ior the bene- pose we will be satisfied with call they do. Not more than two Jug it the awakening and training in a very serious condition. fit of the Sunday School. wtoks ago, we had the pleasure of faculty; the complete prepara Al rs. B. F. Sutton is reported aged 7g years, tjon of addressing'about 250 students Mrs. Snodgrass. for iilfe. Ask the mechanic very sick at her home near Wabd. most of them over 12 years of age, died last Saturday morning at the Her daughter. Mrs. J. E Wood home of her grand ton, E. B the purpose of education, and-liwhq were gathered in a school will ttll you it is to give a man ah of Loidon is with be r where 12 years ago, there was uo Brown, alter an illness of only a Miss Dell Jones returned few days--. It was thought she had that knowledge that will enalje town, uo schooj, no cb,urph. Tbe to her home in Middlesboro, last measles, but the attending physi- him to make an honest living, school bad niade the town, and aD of the good things we've vinced JFriday, after a month's pleasant cian was not positive. The burial Ask the statesman the same ques-tie- n though situated off the railroad, aud he wijl tell you that the stav with relatives in Mt. Vernyn took place Sunday at the old home been saying about these clothes are true and in a poor county, agricultural' primary object of education is Airs. Ream, of Ohio, is with place near Providence church trom ly, it had arawn students make citizens. Ask the philoso- you are going to try suitt her daughter, Miss Ream, domany counties and communities. r alii! lio urill toll vrn tlv.it it 10 Fine Stock: G. S. Griffin and ? mestic Science teacher, of Lan-do- n this Spring growth of the town G. Baker closed the deal I make men think and reason. And today the to Memorial School, for a short U. Wednesday for the stock of nier Ask the.true educator and he will ' is following the growth of the can save several dollars and have the visit. . Of belonging to the estate of tell vou that it is to mako charfic-- ' school, and not the opposite. cbandise satisfaction of knowing you are course vou . that this is the ex- Miss Grace Snodgrass, daugh- E. L. Cockrell. The stock invoicloeption. And we will 'admit it. ter, of the late Rev. Eugene Snod- ed about$15oco. which was bought ci,n . ...... .1,- f. better drest the price j ever grass, came out from Lexington, at So cts to the dollar. This is one answers are wrong? We thinlfi ' Bnt it is the , exception only be ,. Saturday to attend the burial of so exceptionemu ici uicse uuuics con sjuiuc ui uj-uc- ty of the cleanest, beat stocks in tbt no, we would rather agree with cause the scnpoi is ally strong that it leads all other grandmother. She is still county. Mr. Griffin will take them all, Sier and largely wjfch Herbert vince you All sizes and styles all-wo- ol with relatives for a short visit. influences in the community. charge of the business, which will Spencer, who referred to the pfir Citizens ol Mt. Vernon, we havo Miss Susie Thompsou, who will be conducted undenthe firm name pose of education as a "means of t v schools of which any community lnve charge of the millinery of George S ..Griffin Company.again forming the worker, the parent, might wejl.be nroujk; Many .comdepartment for Sutton & McBee, The yb;:ng women of the Pres- the thjnkerr.aud thecitip.au." WoJ munities are not so fortunately lias bceu m Louisville for the past Look church, will hold a believe the immediate eud of edu- situated as we are, for it is not pay n:ohth studying the new creations byterian cation to be to fit any man to earn ' Pantry Sale" at the store of Mr. has teachers, school that every for the in Spring and Summer millinery Parcel on Saturday after- an independent living Any man who, in addition to ' being well in a short time A. B. She will return Sign noon, 71b, beginning at 2 who. docs not earn such a living trained, have quit u re and Christwith a full and complete line of becomes a burden on the State. any of the ou wish of the ian character, all of which are eshigh class hats, which will be on o'clork. If j Charges following articles, come early as And the better and finer work a sential to the complete and highest .display in plenty of ti me for man can do, the more wealth he Anywhere the supply will not be unlimited: Do we look 3ister. can produce, and the greater con training of children. lEADlTE , Beaten Biscuit Light Brca-1tribution he can make to the State upon our schools as a big asset 9 Steamed Brown Broad, LOCAL and to society. It hurts no intol-lec- t in the community? Would we be Doughnuts. Potato Chips to be able to make a boat or a willing to lose them for any price? "New Spring suits at Pish s for Butter Scotch Pie, us not liouse or a chain. And the more We think not Then let "Young ilea and men who want to Marshmtllow cak-- , Candy. limit or cripple their usefulness Extra Police 6 00 3 students the schools of Mt Verstay young. County Superintendent W. A. non turns out, capable of making by any indifference or hall hearted Assessor i9l2 and i9 13 ; 30 00 $ PEOPLES $ BANK $ $ tUlL When you want anything in B. Lavis is making considerable an independent living the richer support. Salaries 1912 Trustees Everybody, ail together, first, and 19I3 jthe hardware' line, drop in and see complaint ahoiu the condition of and the better Mt. Vernon will I I5OOO last and always, for the schools Clerk's salary 1913 and C C. Cox. the school fund, as showa by the be. will Show the mie. of Mt.,Vernon record turned over by his prede 00 But this principle must be empart 19 12 45 Mrs. Andy Hiatt, of the Hiatt the Blows ! cessor, Mr.J,W. Kincer Mr Davis phasized too exclusively, for men 129 63 very low. Labor on streets section, is reported $ says that the school fund shows a have to live as well as to make a FINANCIAL CONDITION OF Supplies, toojsjetc; 7 09 $ Later - : M rs.; Hiatt died last shortage of about $6000. Mr. living. Success as a mechanic or i2 00 Board of Equalization-Cemen- t TOWN OF.MT. VERNON, eight. Davis does not charge that any of merchant is one thing, and sucSpoufc spring work i 00 i3KV. Foe Sale : Full bhek Minorca the fund has beei improperly cess as a man is another. Mot Refunded Taxes i911 38 50 y of the the Wonderful Eggs. 50 cents per setting. used, but that Mr. Kincer and his of the studic-- in Printing . the grammar 1390 RECEIPTS Mrs. W. R. McC'lure, beard spent more mohe? than they grades are calculated to increase paid on Town debt il"0 32 Interest Mt. Vernon, JCy. should have, unless ihe revenue a man s efficiency; but when he Taxes for year 1913 3 and part of 1912 17894 I913 from Police Court I5O 85 Survey (1913) Richmond St. 3 00 The "Winstead Hotel" (County bad been larger. The indebted- gets into the High School, he Fines 85 00 License Fees $ Hauling $ 25 60 Jail" is getting to be a very popu- ness of the school board was made finds studies there like Latin and In Treasurers hands Jan. '" 5 7s Dynamite lar resort since Mr. Winstead has as a result of the ejtorrs of the higher literature, that arecalcu-late- d 1st i9i 20 79 1 00 to broaden his horizou. To taken charge. He reports a lull board to comply wit&the demands Culvert work $i376 96 for comfortable have efficiency in our work, which all this of the county 1 95 Nails house (of drunks) most DISBURSEMENTS school quarters. To the casual perhaps, occupies eight hours a v.eek. 7 95 300 00 Stone observer, it looks li.k? thatthe day, is a good thing, but to have Marshal's Salarv i913 $ Boarding Prisoners at ot Pine Hill, John Hilton, " lyl2 might this, and this alone, is a very un school fund indeb'edijess Eyery Banking Facility 66 3O jail i9i2 ' bought in Somerset last week a 2O5 00 continue to inciease, if the Hscal fortunate thng. There are eight balance Boarding Prisoners thorough bred registered Herford ' per cent col- court does not make provisions hours of leisure and recreation as 78 00j atiaillan He is certainly a beauty. :bull lectiog taxes 65 00 for more money or the well as eight hours of work, and appear in this H. s pedigree will stops building houses, repairing the best educational systems inthe Convenience of the People $ later. piper others and providing the neces- clude educa tion for life as well as OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Jim Cummins' store near Mul-3in- s sary conveniences and eqtiipjjeut. education for a living It is a was broken into It tekes money to provide for all . Station pitahle sight to see a man capable Tuesday night aud robbed ot sev- the scbo.ds in thecouuty. and the 0j making a good living but eral tuits of overalls, shirts aud $ $ that the County Board only capible ofenjoying himself out-ha- d $ PEOPLES $ BANK $ shoes. The authorities claim they lo cts on the one hundred dol-- 1 side 0f his working hours, and have the right tract. lars, and considering the taxable j wh0 has not been trained for citi- py-- -, 1110 numoer 01 zenship. home from propercy aim Edgar Mullins is at There is vet a higher a UncoUectedJa.xf s for i9i374 70 stands today as follows: Paris and tells ns that he has school districts to provide for -- phase .of educatio'a. Knowledge 1 505 00 $137696 Notes in Banks accepted a position as traveling and it is justice to say in behalf "of without morals is usually a men650 00 S60.7o of this amount is held in Note to individuals "Which are the alum baking powders; Board that they pro ace to the State as well salesman lor the American Tobac- the reti-Tn- g as to t"he vouchers and claims, so the actual 1:200.00 how can I avoid them unless they are named?' co Co., with territory covering sev- vided lor a large number of dis- - home. A roan who merely has his amount of uncollected taxes is Of this amount $600.00 was used cisks a housekeeper. , fi.,.-Q.ith eral counties in Northern Ken tricts, some with new bouses, hpnrl I in constructing the Pike at top of $14 00. ....-it is no surprise to those wnp jami definitions is not Hir-t- educated Here is one way: fake the can of a lowtuat tucky, an school house hill (to make coonec- UNPAID TAXES priced powder in your hand and read the . know an thing of conditions, to mau. As one of our Ky. judges The County Board of Education learn of the indebtedness ol the' There is "also due from L & N on wttn county pilce) and other ingredient clause upon the back label The rerfintlv said at a Vv,nnf.. "ti,q 1 met vesterdav and in addition" county. On the other .hand the R.R, taxes for franchise. These expenses. Other legitimate ex law requires that if the powder contains alum end and aim of teaching should transacting many matters, re taws havfi heretofore been mid.penses or iyi2 added S200 more that fact must be there stated. If you find Superintendent has taken1 not be the acquisition -- of knowl-th- e M. Craig Supervisor of present elected J. over in the following February and counted with the indebtedone of the ingredients named alum, or sulright course in bringing the ' edg- -, but the upbuilding of carac schools for next year. Mr. Craig ' after 'close of year for which they ness existing at the beginning of phate of aluminum, you have found an alixm . . has made a splendid officer and the facts to light that the people may ter and any system that does noi mates me total as above. It are due. The ax on tangible j baking ponder, board is veiy much pleased with know the exact conditions. If rempnizo this (am ic a fQ;ir0 property was paid on Feb. 2oth j will be remembered that owing to his work. r There iranother and a better way. You ferhaps you are now readvto luemiaiuiamascsiJCLiw uavc . ..--- v the fran- the unfortunate misunderstaridinj 1914: amount.$102.70; Strayed: A yoarhng horse com ioruaoie suuuoi- uouss unu me say tbat we have laid out a big don't have to know the names of the alum chise tax yet remains unpaid, and squabble ensuing therafrom, right hind foot necessary apparatus for the best, task for our fchuols and educators' powders. Use Royal Baking Powder onfy; col', dark-bay- , s no taxes were collected for .probably on. accqunt of some the tax payers may expect We admit it, a very large th.sk; that assures you a cream of tartar powder, white, left my place Monday. which ac191 Land. 1912 readjustments between and the purest and most healthful baking N formation leading to his recovery ;to pay sufficient.. tax to 'provide .a(ld. one t!iai cannot e effectively counts for the town having any the Company tind the State Railthese equipments, for without 'the aCComplisbed powder beyond question. will be appreciated. ... without the co- .j ' road Com mission on.the franchise indebtedness at all. I money it is verjr evident they can operation ofboth . the home and J. M . Martin. JAMES MAKET, subject, ' Dudley, Ky. not and will notbe provided. N 'the church. But we feel that the ;eb. 27 3b-- r ' Cleric Board of TritM, j Ihe indebteaaess of the town -- 79 cats Willi SIGNAL up "No. 79" wnen wan toCommunl' 79 (iiy G. S. Watson.) school has a light to expect help from both of the?e sources in carrying out the large program outlined, for the complete educa-o- f i all the children. In describing the purposes of. education we have already sug- - MHHnHMWflHMHMii IE335!Si f ZT : ING Mv ; ! I .! !... - ossoming Time" J up-to-da- te 1 - 1 ' ! 1 1Jn I tri-D- I - J I - 11 J i V . !. i I n-- 1 -- I I ,.,.. out. And if you will notice the men aren't far behind. The the Spring the trees and the ladies blossom In We Proi-eed.sg- o fISH'S $2 SPECIAL GUARANTEED SUITS that Then wait a Start right than e Some day you are going to be Con nl-io- I Why You -- sa-ji- that at - We Stand By What You Buy." -- We Al-irc- h Post Fish THE CAS .-- STORE 1$ A Straw Way Wind 1 Dec.-31-lc.- Ha.ve you Noticed Growth s 6-- " -- PEOPLES BANK therej's a reason. SAFE AND SOLID , $ AMPLE RESOURCES Bo-U'- d $ For in-fa- ct . How to Detect the Albn Baking Powder - Use Us ; c I . . I - 1 .. -- - -- ed the-year- In-resul- ts p-- . -- -- " -- .in '-- . k -- h- ., ls . V -- , . .. . T -- .'- . i?'7'-- ' r ir - -- 'f r Ty 'TJt" am fc E Idas. C. Davis Ky. t V in pmr health for rome lime is nihtrand Sun-ltav- , .tr. Kin very feeble. JPne little children of Visiting h s dauyli er, Mis. h rsband in Cincinnati, 2' W. Kiddle. S. T Bryant is. cerjs w rkin, in th Ruliioad W I. Hysinerhave mumps alio Postoffice terminal at tha: piiit raeasla?. Vif,. John Mullins of heo-n- - with homefolks Work liis thirty-nin- e Phone promotrd T.o Livingston, .'is visiting her pa e its St l he Mo New & Proctor saw u.ih ) He expects to he .hvhicli has bec-.- i niiien lv mnVt f.ra,hvaV Mail Clerk in the nea r .Mr. an l Mis T. B. Lair. Mr. and and open shoplift 7 o'clock li .r:. ' ..!. the old visi'cd Mi. Vbitehe?l farm -- fr juiuxc. Miss njjssiu wiDruui a '.s Mrs. W. H. Livo-a- y open shop till 9 o'clock p iru visitiug friends in Lebanon J uit acd Mis J. J. Hy&ingor Sunday. Ed Owens and little daughters. Hie Hazel an i Rlla havi lienn vi itircr. tlon Uu'l"K wck.Jonn Mrs. Sal io Hy.Mnger iserj '.Robins was in lluhinoiid last S.r- - isick at this writing Distempers The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which Las been re ativos at. Brei. Tho i are cordially welcome in our in use for over SO years, has borne the signature o !nf Sain Jiryant have about ve- - ufdav looiinjj a ie. the mteris's kjolng very haxd With the bors-- s has been made under his perduring our shop place any time ul the .1 irs t The Rcc teas . in mis com in .nity. Mr , sonal supervision since its infancy.J i i iic niriis .i.v. a'.inmit tH jTredway tins County Kair Hvsingervho has been snffci'uig Allow no one to deceive you in thi3. hours. to sell you iu.iei to John gnibery store of Association.vt All Counterfeits, Imitations and Jnst-as-goCook & Cable Was for onle tune with a Severe stroke Tred way's p';tcfa ..tp.l t, 1 cur Experiments that trifle with and endanger the " are hut health of ' oh my anything yon destroyed by fire in D.invilte iast of p iralysis improves verv s ow Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. iicnwuy. Aini .vi c:ewot re r Mr. Wallace Vance who has Orlando. w?. in th , vi. in n- - f.Mr Sunday. Mr. Cable is a Mm of how we do like to sell you you Mrs. Laura. B. Cable ot th s place, been suffering for some time wi h , I ThtuMlny Al s- jbg pioiu-Ofdo want' Let us show you. and has many friend.- he re, who lagrippe i.s able to be out again Dm L'v.l. vis trd lrrt f.rov.r wdi Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PareJack H.vsjiger makes a rin legiet to learu of his Itss goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It Tlunsdv Mr.--, W. C contains neither Opium, Morphine nor otber Narcotic Fred Sowder was in t. V,rno Livi gton eerSu ,o.t. Tlir '.Toll n oa who has been ic';, isje substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms pored bet er.-Tl- u.-r and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it i, preach Monday oj lu iness The Finn mu.-- t be some at racti m ers: I iMiute he d has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, th s place Mi3ses Marv and Hlizi Vance i Hi., ho so ing.it tllo Vernon xi.muuiii;j, uiic, an Februa.y G h., w. s largely '.Troubles and visited the rosier Mrs .1 I. Hv Sunday ot ever month, also Bible Diarrhoea. regulates It Food, giving the Stomach and Bowels, T hit institute wa -- ArmpLair htld s'nger SatU:di.y. assimilates the Readin- ever Suuday. We att healthy and natural Ky. by the State Agricnlcural Depart ityouwantrto keep him outot The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. sleeo. g.'ad to hear th t the .ibl - leading nt.Buckeye, is progressing-n.celev- nieot. A prog' am had been pre- town, put the yellow Hag. up ALWAYS So much tor 'Old Buck pared in whioh some home talent M. E Burton of Pulaski, was GENUINE W2s Uhec to add p.easure u tiic thru here last week looking lor eye." R. mey Sh ph-r- d and Bears the Signature Lloyd Liws.iy of noai Mi.Verron, occasion- The L.stitute was held live stock but he reports it ver in Hall over Citizens Bank, and bcarce. Wade Livesiy bojght of were in this .bii ty Niondiy la t he attendance was so latgeit was Dave WeLb o ie cmv for fort,- - tie buying ei.t'e -- Mi-s Eih Car.-o-. f-cUc&M. Agent Gills' Canning Club-- , wii iouud ntcesary that oilur quart dollars. George Burttn went to W-- 9 ti's be secured tor tne oj Lincoln, and bou;iit uvj nice beatthU )lace Thuisday. Mi Mis. Ginn on D mes L-- Sceiue cows. Price unknown Mrs t Carson wt-- s hero u rte BON EROLIG EBSTIVITY The Duect jik roo.n o. th. Buik Henry Webb of Brodhojd, visited weeks. Some of the girls at th s and place joined thy C lub. -- nd we aie was secured aud a veiy mteiestuu lierhusbanJs paieirs, nKetingwash.ld- - A uu inner if Mrs. Dave Webb lasb wt-oIn over expecting more to j .in. Mis, Years 19-2- 4, good speakers were present, n. Elijah Boreing lids moved THE CEHTAUH COM ANy HtWVOWKCITV. iu the Martha Ellen Proctor, widow o each gave splendid lectures on house with George Roberts f .v a. LOW ROUND TRIP FARES th? late Anderson Pmc or de oitferen Tickets on Sale February 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23. subjects. M ssEua cathort time. This neighborhood parted this llf- - Feb. 22nd She sou, who lias been orga-iizm- i. badly in Return Limit to Teach original starting point not later than March 6. need of telephone. ta had been s.ck for several ,wteks with extension of limit to March 23, 1914, on payment of $1.00. nirig Clubs over the couiuv, wo i here is notranv nearer than Mt. b it not seriously ill, until a few and-gavATTRACTIVE STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. an iuteretine Vernon and wc think if the people days beforj the end carne. Th present on cnV Ticket Agent, Queen & Crescent Route, or aoalv to talk. Prof. T. H. Likins, of the would lootc at this matter proper ; .. i i H. KING, Fasscnscr and ticket Ascut. 101 E. Main Street, Uiington.liy. uuryiuioo.c - j.ijce at the grave Qraded school, made an iutereat ly there would be something yard near Coe sjio.i h ing talk on the Corn Cluo of Rock oing. There will be several p. m. castie Gret interest was maui hogs fid in this loc.lity for the ;tate of Oio, city of Toledo ) SS fested thruout t ie entire meetiug, spring market. j" caucus County, .. aud we hope by another year to The SA3?E boys' magazine Frank J. CJheney maes oath enlist more of Rockcastle's xarm ' 3331BK3j&K' SLS-Gi-lthat he is senior oartner ot th ? $1 y Every Coagn Scatters Germs interested in tha, firm of F J Cheney & Co . doing ersandtho.e Clean 03 C3 S2 i? fc,U ?" P'rnrc9.chc"ltolife, pages oxery !3C.iIElr.lnplrigt'.r'e9oftraTol.drea. business in the City of Toledo line ot worn. A sm ill chi d ol coughla. ty Soothla. and atilnlCT. h'tory. irritton by Smoothto. fi" tnllamad bronchial tubes with tha r ' County and fcuite aforesaid, and Mr. and Airs. Thos McJlure die.i IsstrcrtiTo special -rine artiCi-- ou football ami other i Eejv:rt-;c- ta of Sleciianic. to Mako rrcrta. k Dr. Bell's that said Hi m will pay the sum of early M nday, and wa. laid to re-.- t Photosranhy. popplar.8cicpco.How Elcrtrlcitr. PINE-TAB-HONOne Hundred Dol ars (or each in rhe Methodist I had gotten so weak I could not Chickens. PcU. After Four Years of Discouraging ninj; Iarcnttoas cd Katnnl VcIers. ar-d- c stand, church cemetery andeveryca.se of Catar.h mat the same and I gave up in despair. 1 afternoon It also inhibits farther twa a Conditions, cannot be cured by the use of 1 Gave Send Subscriptions sufferer of asthma, and contracted At last, my husband got me a bottle ol Hall's Catarrh Cure. Oranny Metcalfe says "It i " Bln't 'wnal yoa"re KjRwsVX to sola' Up in Despair. Husband FRANK J CHENEY measles and the two debases were oo. It' what you do do that Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I comPBat conntiwhenyou'roai-n.- ." Sworn to before me and sub more than its weaken d condition l is " menced taking it. From the very first scribed X -- So.. 80o., l.00. At All $ Came to Rescue. ' in my presence, this fin. could .stand.t The SL parents have if y VffV rf- - . DR0G STORES. dose, I could tell it was helping me. I day of December. A. D. 188G the sympathy of the enttre tDwn (Seal) A W. GLEASON, can now walk two miles without its .Viiss Susie koOerts uied at the Notary Public Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work.' - " -Hall' Catarrh Cure is taken iu- - home of her patents, Mr. and Mr.--. ""- - "" C j, from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock and acts directly up- n Hiram lioberts, in Juuctiou City, If you are all run down from wnmiv Pbe blood and mucoi s surfarps nf Tuesduy and was brought here writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try of the system. Send (or te-- t - Wednesday for buiial. She had years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped monials, free. F. J. CHEKEY&CO., Toledo been in bad health for some time, this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 f? ??f it was not Ohio. Sole by all Druggists 75c but mini lecently while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should Take HpII's i hough c to be of a serious Family Pills for nature. all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has She was a beauulul youuglady, in my left side. sold Cardui for years. He knows what and w,e understand was to have beeu married in the uer futuie. The doctor was called in, and his treat-me- it wil do. Ask him. He will recom o The Rev. A J. Hike held f uncial "TELL BY THE BELL" relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. HP A Sin of services, at the Baptist church, ol TTriy Ph...... to my bed again. After n..u. . . .. . or a Sin Adv sory Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Special which she wasa member, Said the best advertisement for a General of Omission? Or llotn? after STUBBORN, ANNOYING Instructions that, nothing seemed to do me anygb6d. Treatment for on your case and book. ,,Hom We transgress Nature's laws, the Liver COUGHS CURED Women." sent In plain wrapp. which she was laid to rest in the strikes, t.ieu we otnit or ueglect until Store is we ache or sicken. advertise every week in your "My husband had a cough for Christian church cemeterj Loosen the dammed-n- p bile. Keep it d loose with the old May Apple local paper Among those attending the mne lifteen vears and in v son for ipht Boot, (PodopftyUtn.) Podophyllln with '"TTir juSn5 &Er5 fig yryrjrwTfeSS? the gripe taken out ia called al fro i) Jui e j.u City were .wis es years. Dr. Kine's New Discoverv completely cured them, for Laura Ke.l.v,' Kate .iira hn, i m 1 am most thinkful," writes which j Mrs. Cosby. Uri'iiid Wtsr, Mrs VV. D David Moor, of Saginaw, Ala. VVallin, Mrs. H C. Ca run, J. L. What Dr. KiDgr's New Discoverv B.uinmet and Chas. Winkler, did for jhese man. it will do for Our line of Couch Caskets sffis?? ou. King's New Discovery Luther Roberts from Lexington, should Dr. in is unexcelled be everv home. StoDs Says the best way and John Lee Roberts from can advertise, is to hacking: couerhs. relieves laeriorje ELand-mad- e offinsfurnished She is survived and all throat and lung ailments do like is doing. keep Hearse sen to all parts of K One application soothes andlitalsarotirfi bv her parents, one brother, Money hack if it fails. All drug-g'st- s T)imtllvj,kin nnH -Price 50c and $1.00. t""'v.i"'",cA,.yenec. curEr;; TV. I".' handing the goods Douglas Roberts, of Junction Cit he County all skin diseases 'yield to ksarauVe ucers and H. properties. one sis er, Mrs Sam 'Sp.iona or E. Bucklen & Co. Philldelphia 50c a box. MaklSrusttsts. All orders by Wire Promptly Filled Snd for 1 e jample foa&fc; Inlth and Btintr.' St. Louis. . all of whom moie, of Darville, 'unnaiuivifnun rAYea.. ftu 1730 Sprinr bim st.J -- Ipa. werepresent. Miss Bertha RobCOMMISSIONER'S SALE erts WiiS in Junction City the first ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Phone 94-fthe week It Brodhecd has Delia Baker MT. VERNON. i KY Plaintiff. many more weddings, some of the VS Commissioner's ale WTirj Crxj iJ,i7rm"f" "rjr,fjr vr n n 'J rxri W. B. Bal er widows wi 1 ha e to ge nn-rie- d Defendant. f ! : By virti eof a judgment and order of and we mow oflio town on the W yo$3LT3? map with as many good lo king sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, It has the only real continuous widows as has Brodliearl. and in r nderetl at the January Term, i914, . thji-eof- , I shall proceed to offer for sale onr opinion it the right b lo v was door opening, at the front door of the Court House, in "Hoops madt; of tested steel, 'o come alonjg he could fin 1 a Mt. Vernon, K., to the highest and Hoops can be adjusted from lad. worthy helpmate without mu,h beat bidder at public auction, on MonraH der front door frame. . Thos. cherry J inconvenience. day the 23rd day of March, 1914, be- Doors made of California Red, f Crab Orchard was in town last P..-..- .I Wood. "TIk the hours of 9 Mr. Vernon DRUGS Kgs (39) Chas.C. Davfe Mt Ve dil II : I UOVE BKOOllfiAli. il-w- ROSE HILL I Wrn "Hayes -- sas from- I - Mrs J W. Kincer returned H;itti. Saturday lau S turday from a vis.t to lur; Mrs J B L-u- r who has beeu I Chi!dren Cry for Fletcher's My run -- We am. (..... You at - t- -s We don't want don't want, but, what - 1 stf CX&ZZ7f-- ad od - What is CASTOR A "ui c CHAS. C DAVIS Mt. h-- st d. - sis I . 4 CASTORIA r Mardi Gras 1914 b ', al-ou- NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE February r. The Kind You Have Always Bought use rqr ou - " I ust-Tuesda- HUSBAND RESCUED ULtOk HUX k HECDA inu wirn 'miBPSFii5N t5? a year S1 w& EY Mrs.-BuIIoc- r: vj-i- s- iff Iv -- t-- .5opcl-rbora---- 9 ,5 to SIGNAL IWJV w- iBJ3gf?Mog3$ m 0fck ' I - ?FFf!Hf?f??iF????Ff??HH?nfffin A rit SOOH-confiri- -- A is Sickness Sin time-trie- Wholesale House of Chicao-to jj mm -- I UfiDBBTAKBB l J. E. Mitchell, of Pine Hill, Ky. he he Just out. ' n. just I 1 a-i- 1 W. A. COXfi - CHEAP FOR CASH. "- S - - LijiJIiijIa:-!- - THE GREEN FRONT 350$3cD: Saddles ers - tHHffijm VnJ nf on.. A.A. y ill!!:!!!::::::::::::::::::::::::-!- Uiui ::: 1 JONAS McKENZIE rup-ieath- Padded Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir- -i at a reasonable price Men's Saddles, new, $400 and up Ladies' Saddles, new, $500 and up Old Main Street back of Court House. W. T. DAVIS $3C3rtpC n r - 13 .Jy.lP- - DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE -- FvSo v BHiHEilk ?5?3T. A Yi, fs. And don't have to grease 4B&9uBEiJiJl "vtiSB3sS Kadi m Ktwtwcky J z 'P OIL W but once a week. CO. hy CHAS. C. STOLL l.xington, Ky. o'clock am and his interest S : The location - w. ... ...ui7 ITCU-- and v sued nis tather while o'clock p m, it being regular County ere ory. tory to"e,8MV.0m a "iiUs Silo and .Sd from Facyou. Court day, on a credit of six months Sav money by wnung u. for catalog and prices. the following described real estate in LOUI3VIIXE SILO ND TAK CO. Mt. Vernon. Rockcastle Countv. PC v . Incorpoiated) , 0. Sialic F. FOR FLETCHER'S . LOUISTILLE in the Sparks & Davis addition one I j house and iot and described as follows: RHEUMAT iO SUFFERERS & SHOUUK.IME K1GKAP00 WORM K1LW R Lot; the north Hue of Mill Street with the EXPEL.S WORMS east line of Quarry Streut: thencd with The cause of' vour chilli's ills the east line of Quarry Street North 22 J M TbmRmmt nmtmmtfy , The foul, feud, offensive breath E, 2oo feet to the sou-- Hue of Locust Trip sfaTtrrt0fvun with terror nnrl Alley; thence S. G7J4.E. ico feet toa M For. mil I- stake at the corner .f Lot No. 8, thence grinding of teeth while asbep S. 22 J W . 2oo feet lo the north line of Thesalldwcomulexion The dark Mill Street; theuc N 67 V loo all indi-c- feet to the beginning circle under the eyes-A- re Kickapoo This"" lot is a part of the land pur ons of worms Worm Ki'Her is what your child chased from R. B. Mullins hy Sparks ihe worms. tht & Davis.by deed of Oct., 3rd, 1907, neids: 5CIATiriir-4I- T k - cause of the child's unhealthy con and recorded in Deed Rook No. 23, --nun ni t 9UfX wim AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. office of the County dition. For the removal of seat, page 65, inth stomach and pin worms, Kickapoo Clerk of Rockcastle County. Fr A.,1 For the purchase price the purchaser Worm Killer erives sure relief. with approved j v" 'Its laxatixe effect adds tone to the must execute a bond LiP'"B-rP-I system.. Supplied as a surety bearing interest from the date of . .weneral OIWA-fcandy conte'etioj)- - children like it saie unii nam ana nivvinjf tne lorce aM Etfr t S ife uid,sure rejiel. Guaianteed and effect of a jndgment, Say a. box vto day. Price 25c All Bidders must ba prepared to comply rM-MiH- tj witli these terms. D glts"or by "mail Kirlcannn InHinn Med. Co. Phila. G S. GRIFFIN, Master Commissioner of the R, C. C delphit)rStT Lquis. Tmday-lookmgatter ftween J 1 v Children Cry C A STOR A . , Selz Shoes THE SELLS I $?gT& uS?5 1- -2 "ROYAL B UE" IF Rheumatism ot you need a good pair of shoes it is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy at JONAS McKENZfE MT. VERNON, KY. Pk 0k r.f I rui PH H'B-P- HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAIS FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES WmI on Ctmntafea. Write tsr priee- imk owA-eni- AND HIDES JP-IHhWBp M J3HN WHfTE t tut ad. COi lwjisville,ky. -- BaK-lr VVP T.-- X r.fT- - ' Ci " rflir