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E ss::::::s:S!::::ss:?;:;i::!! otao eea es e . . . a -- a? herBjuitf , .and ... am which resulted in s NUMBER 22 ,rom which he never lecgfored. pwijifd a as severity ouu few months old, aaftv Jwiipeiit ' JnJftJEe in about thirty ear f ofc A .Rockcastle, buviitf HtoVjo vais county from Peiialttos vcJfu In 0 the year 1884. He wjs iaNi!&lul tf O uv lU::i:nHH::U.:h:U;:::U.ancia.ruechtisow r.:::sisstssSsSs:$ss:ss:::::s " of no man's I -- a matter IT'S common knowledge this store is lead- every day its thoughlm', gfWW "dallW XH a last daw and living example worthy;. tfigffotv' h-- s. lute Mum that ol ills, rKStJlyed B B s ' . B B B B B B that l..g Ibeltev Lancaster, a distant rfMtiwfi'ceri ducted the funeral 'wiVip5sfliWe . . "TZuB,ruuptisr, cnurcn i. uebiia)vi &$&( - ... FM BARGAIN BULLETIN Bl Special Sales During Month of ing in the shoe business aiur eel which his bodyllwlt in tho crave beaidei Marq.h ::.;...:. Ho in survived by twwfoJHt OwSmWsio in Mrs. Granville WINTER GOODS WILL GO THE GREAT . In Mt. Vernon very sick, nqt able funeral, and Miss l01yrv.y, one .son. J. Tup. DherrylwiVdl) Orchard, three grand cbdrefand two jfreai grand Q ildrgffiffiCo.-Attand Mrs I. R.GgUjRjnud Mr. Henry Gentry, of WJKytr-iiothe lunerajj?viceA of John T. Cherry amended tSttglle y July Picnic. Kke Ice Cream at a n, OTP. , GUESSING IN CLOTHES -- BUYFNG . glance at our windows and a chance to let us A Is it all-woo- l? Will it hold its Will it wcajr? shape ancLgood " ' looks? .' show how courteously and intelligently we serve you "will tell you why we lead. guessing the answer to STOP questions in buying Quit taking chances Clothes. on what vs ear will prove. Know before, yon JajfiihSJILJEWiQJaiiB W clotnesare ngnt ana wui stay right. $ . Spring ;fer. 'Tom Woodall and a r lisNSCa-.wire married at the libmoM-tlioride, neor Richmond1," thqMiiter part of last week; Tom isJU'fine young man, ftud'deserve'Sjjp-oowoman which we have noWpubfr he; nas. We wish thorn. miuSvsuc cass. The 'following srogMse leading in their grades' ferfthe month just ended: , FitstT Klide, William Frith j second, B&ie Hicks; third,. Nathan . Rab&ts; fourth, Nina Alu nght j fifth,Ahes. ter Wallin; sixth, ElfTom iStht seventh, Shirley Adams; eifelth, ( Bert Storm; ninth, SUe-GDo,'i OAw tenth. Marr Proctor. get that Brodhend WiJlJ e Ti. e d Sale of GROCERIES DON'T MISS . BANNER THE BARGAIN PICNIC and thegreat- - SUGAR Special 25. lb sack of best granulated Sugar. '$1.20 Pilgrim WASH POWBBRS XSlean SOAPS Easy Soap Special. OOFF'E'--Th-e tnr iiMhaa '' 63t soap upon tlminarket. 3 bars for IUC ' I jf , a Specialblend of Coffee, once tried always used, 25ct value lU-lhhac- FELS NAPTjHA great Cold 'Water Soap. 3 Boxes for y" f - v Ymz MVIBS are now on our shelves. Our stock will be larger better than ever. Don't fail to call and see our shoes before you buy. oenaine - & A..I WWkawtMmmKmlmgms3LJrAV;tt ,y,kMt"waf if .' ?TS v"- iviwrw?, i"t? f . ' .1 I Finest Pafent e, I i m - 'iHtHhi' h.m ; iW I rf 1 1 1 '. SIsOUl -- e i 1UG !a I fi " that lb. f fgjkf. Ml 3fe4 - m& Bare' for I high-grad- Strong for Booneway ; February 21, 1914. r. H C. Chappoll, Middlesboro, Ky., Dear Sir: I introduced a bill forthe.ap-propriatioservice. of money to have the You have Boone Way surveyed. You run no risk in these doubtless noticed tint a bill has eness-prooclothes at $10 to passed the Lower House appro blue serge of A slightly sh lish, sturdy, well-bui- lt priating a large amount of m6ney dependable quality 41 30 at $18.50. tobedividtd uuong the states lor g toad building. The states to put up an equiil amount with the Government. I think this bill will pass the Senate and hence the matter of building Booneway I fear will not be embraced ns it wou'd doubtless take the whole amount from the state that one to build of Kentucky relatives and friends to mourn her in Mt. Vernon between trains road. You may rest assured that IMtODllEAD. Rigsby is Saturday. Miss Hazel Reynolds P 'loss. Mm. W. I will do all I ca.i to p'ocure the weeks with Mr was don from Mt. Vernon from resi- spending a few Wulter Turpi died at his building of the Hoonfcway. e Saturday until M rs. J, H. Rigsby in Tuesday. Henry Vtvy truly, dence here last Friday at 8 o'clock and of Webb moved from one of . M section J. J Paicter. a few W. O BRADIEY. p. m. He had returned Lobanon Jet., was with his mother Adams houses to NtgroCteek Middlesboro Three States. dii)s before from Richmond, section. A small child 01 Mrs. under the Mrs U. E. Painter, List week. where he had been of New Hope, spent John Singleton s died last Satur- PARENT AND TEACHER'S treatment of Drp. Gibson He E.T Hainm, 'ASSOCIATION days uitihU parens, Mr. day and was burietl in the Ciis- underwent an operation about two a few cemetery Sunday and Mrs. "J. D. Hamm, near bore, tian church meeting of the Parents Tho weeks befuie, and it was thought the first of the wtek. 1. H. New afternoon. John Ponton left for and Teachers Asociiiion will be he was improving until early tint was called home from Tellico Paris and Millersburw Wednesday March t"8b, Wednesday, 2:30. All Friday he was taken forniuiW ill, laud Ho Plains, 'ft nn , on account ifihe whore be will be until about the tareiits are cotdially ibvittd and In urs few and lived inly seii us illness of his baby. His first of April. , The Rev. A.I. urged to attend. . . is survived by his widow, his par measles, but ate till Pike attended the Kentucky t Opening Song by Assqciatijn O. W. Turpin, family hive onts. Mr. and Mis Convention at Louisville this the baby, and improving, except Special Muic two .sisters, MM. A. E. Albright developed pneumonia, its week. Mrs. J. Mont Roberts is An Address Rrv Allen W. Ta'e, of this place as it has and Mrs, J. reUo orv is considered doubtful. spending the week with her sister Business Meetiug brothers, Bub Turpin, of .th s two G S. Griffin, aud Mrs L. B. Hilton, in Stanford. Adjournment. county, and Forest Turpin, of Mr. and Mrs. Ellen Manes, the Leo Arnold, of near Mt. Vernon, all of whom were presont BLOOD ANU SYSTEM Texas, of of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wiley Manes, SPUING brother in Texas. The Mr. and Mrs. Nels Griffin, except the CLEANSER Maretburg. Mr. and Mrs. Hon died at 3 o'clock a. m, Monday luneial services were conducted months imDuring the winter Edgar Allon at the Griffin, of the Hiatt Section, and with measles. This is the third purities accumulate, your blood Rev. D. by Mrs. Hall, of Livingston, attend- death in their family since moving becomes impure and thick, your Christian churcq, after which his in the ed the funeral of Walter Turpin here a few months ago, and the kidneys, liver and bowels fail to remains we:0 laid to rest "Spring lust Saturday. Mrs, Linda Ben- entire town and community ex- work, causing Christian church cemetery. He Tenn. tends to them much sympathy. Fever." YOu feel tired, weak and ton lett tor Sweetwater, was a niembor of tho Mt. Vernon she will The little girl's remaius wore de lazy.v Electric Bitters the spring to Tuesday night, whore We Baptist Church. tonic ana system cleanser is make her home. We regret that posited in the Methodist Church! what you need; 'they stimulate the bereaved ones mucfi sympashe decided to cast her lot else- cemetery Tuesday, after short tho kidneys, liver and bowels to thy. Mr. and Mrs. John Harp where, and trust when, she tiros of services by Rev. A, J. Pike. toliealthv act on, expel blood imniovedfirom the Walter Miller her Tennessee home that she will Mrs A. M. Hiatt, of this place, purities and restore your health, Electric property on Main street to R. S. And -- .i return to Brodhead. Miss Clyde aim rtiicu iimuui vuutvii, uyioiiucu I: strencth makesambition. like. new. " ' you feel Martin's property near the now ,i,p f ,orfti nf Mr, Amlv Trictf n, f Bitters was the guest of nersister Start a four weeks' treatmen- t- it fairgrounds. Mrs W. P. Rigby Watson Mrs. Fred Purham last Saturday tho Oak Hill church cemetery will put you in fine shape for your Walter Robins at Mt. vUited.Mrs. Robins was Saturday. At 11 o'clock p in. spring work. All Guaranteed. aud Sunday. John Vernon last week. Mrs. Andy &PC and $itoo, the in Lexingtoi and Frankfort Mon- Sundav Mrj John T. Cherry died Dmcgists Hiatt died at her homo in H. E Bubklen & Co. Philadelphia of last day. Mrs. It. M. Brown, book at his residence near here" flftora or St. Louis. Hiatt section. Thursday for the Citizens Bank, was lingering illuo-- s of m re than five week, and vaB buried in the Oak keeper It wjll bo remembered - visiiinc relatives and friends in months. Hi'l cemetery the fpll whig after- Danville from Saturday until and his wife had an at- -' FOR fLETCHER'S that.be htmhand. ci. inn...u -- Miss Ella Carson was tack of pnoumonia last October, children and a host of Thursday. VI f You kan if you buy Cloth-craf- t Clothes. It's all down in black and white on thu Clotlu'i-af- t guarantee which iiHiircs all wool cloth, lasting shape, satisfactory wear and $25. Wo back up the mak-or- s signed guarantee with our own, '' every ounce guaranteed of the finest made. Q ft Jrer barrrel " Light House Cleanser We'll surprise you with the style fit and service we can give you in Clothcraft Clothes. If you are curious, ask-tsee our special Cloth- craft values at $15, $18 it 820. o n Same Flour in Sacks 70c A No.1sod Family Flour good enough for me, a barrel only costs 65c cents buys a sack vte Armour & Co's greatest Wash Powders. Special, 3 cans for IfY, Js $5 Shoes 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. s CORN Fine Sugar Corn agree-igreein- SUTTON & McBEE THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE Leaders 1 nice and sweet, hard to beat Fine Can BEANS, per can, Riee C C CLOTHING, Underwear, Hats and "darned nigh" everything yon can think of are to be closed out hero this month. in DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES Fancy Head RICE New Michigan BEANS hand-pick- ed WHOLESALE You can buy at wholesale prices all during February. Preach-ersviil- AV No. Cans SALMON Alaska Pink Salmon, packed Beans. bpecinl. 5 Navy "J C lbs for in heavy rich oil, "i2c value " f Special, 3 for ZlO 11 r Remember ! This is MATCHES the big 5c box BAKER'S ment and when advertise- U.G. advertises a Bap-tis- of Capital. Matches eveiy Special, one a good one. 3 Boxes for wC Special Sale, he has tho goods to back it up. A FEW CAR-LOA- D SPECIALS-AMERI- CAN ooly-'daugbt- er FENCE Big Stock Low Prices PROGRESR STOVES and RANGES FURNITURE and CARPETS Stoneware and Hardware FLOUR, FEED and SALT ox-en- d The The. ' .ij W Goods Right ROCKCASTLE COUNTY'S lir l Children Ory , iwo-sma- CASTORlA f jTJSjS i THE. STORE THAT ,V1 J3 A ifeSD DOES toie Pfiees THE BUSINESS." jV ifftftTT-fi-'- i-..- . , y XiaJ(A . i , . . Wfcri Kw -- J iqtqia -- .V"' a it;, .jfi Mn- Tfiwii-i'-- "t ' ar 'i MT VERNON Friday, Mnr. V , ' hni uiiiif wires, ftockeastle the world. candidate wlin will announce in sider the atiituJe of our .tidii 'crises arrives Our government isbv no means Published every 1'tiday by n (I liis opponents will toward 'The World's reiice,''' iltic.linif The doitti of llontnn a British in tho hands of ".lingoes" n 'certainly discover he i in the EDGAR S. ALU RIGHT. Wo have illumed and put into;nliji-cis hidng investigated, and controlled by the Spirit, that race and in il to win. Judge I.. rriiolieo of nrbitra-- if eithei lactional leader is iv would plunge a nat'On in o war $1.00 v. Bolhiirnni is tho man. lion, lo avert war and bleods'hed'. sponsible, he will lie called t- a : for the slight provocitioiu lint' WUSOKIl'TUtN ONI'. VKAU AMAZING AN MODEL It is lobe admitted tnat provokiig count AXXOL.'.nCK lutve so far been ptrp.HMieJ. "Hlooh runs thLker tlian circtiinstanees exist In Mexico. No 7 a typewriter of supore.vcolleiieo, on Tho OLIVKIt The Wilson administration in Advertising rates made known U'o havonot in this hast v re wator ' and so Senator Joe K. Necessarily so m a coin try over eonimon with tho world does no; view, taken notice of tho attitude with mitonmlio devices and relinemouts tlmt mark the zenith application when told b his ridden an down troideu by man, Uosworth. roongnie or Villa's and patience, of Greiil. Britain to-- 0f typewriter progro.-s-. A marvel of beauty, speed .and easy brother Henry, the present AudicouH nit prevent, if th?y posed, head as the legal head t. ward tho policy, or the OF MKMI1KR Typewriting ollicioney raised to tho nth' power, tor, Who wnnts to hso the poweis would the casmlties th&t have ,l,e socalled Mexican republic rather, of our Congress manifest KKNTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION whicli the now insurunv lnwg Ves " henco t!ie lack of any dire.. ed in the Panama Tolls question.! thus far occured The OL1V 10 ii No. 7 embodies all previous Oliver innp. ,liim as a means of building up , Some Americans have been mis- - diplomacy leadiug to the devices never before poen on tiny The United States, tho Inventor vntiotia ami new political machine for his coining yea but herod. 'lion of tho abuses named. and Sole prospector of The Mon- typewriter. A leap in advance which places 'J ho Oliver ten fight tor Gubernatorial honors, Under tho circumsl in ssih is T.) .summarize roe Doctrine, and tho leading pro- moot, u action, so light to.tliu ,.s aRl)l(i , jts tmiu told J 00 to voto and work for the perhaps unavoidable, it ipr.svcnt-- . TI10 president ant his advisers meter of arbitration and a World-- , .,,.,,. , ,AmmA Greeu-Gleuin ablo. A Iuodoitlm(. f() m enactment of the u.id the , corps who dN- - poace compact, cannot ullord ar . . e suranco bill Joe did so notwithoperation . Foicign nation are r p'es'eiil.d cuss inlnrnatioiiiil questions a.te this stage of tho war in Mexico. "' t0 tlll! t,Iwt standing the fact that rejuests a' the Capital Ci y Th v v? e avoenl prn.iic.illy so faras the pub to Hiiro of typewriting, model that means u higher stindu'-,1,, np in the spirit of a Big e g hv nine pauper' from ,.".business men and t ,. the Bully to reduce Mexico to n sense lunger ami hotter sel'vic:. here are in mercial organizations from nearly v.. 'i'i... .iir, n is imi. on ox unit mm. sue at n - u ivnr six counties witliout a mile ovorv town cnmniKinp tho -t oiiior uiienoriLV numiiie ami 111; nw ' IAlJ tractnbloumong the sister repub Uranelies and Aueiuies thruout the United States. of improved road. K..r thr tlscal Sen Hcs of the world. This virtue of there was raised bv year atoi Bosworth to vote against the EXECUTfVE HOARD forbearance in a desire for pence local taxation the sum of $2,000,- measure. The Senator wants to v ff3 OF THE is purposes. flighty highly commendable. Yea 000 for road goto Congress this time from1 more! It Is in exact harmony per cent of this sum was spent for the Eleventh but unless tho vot But 20 per cent with the divine law. Whatsoever maintenance. v ers undergo a wonderful change VILL MtiHT WITH TlIK ye would that tnoii shall do to you 1 was expended in the eonstrucion of mind, the Pinacle Senator will MT.ZKM BAPTIST GIIUKCIJ, NEAR 11 ATT. K do ye even so to them of new roads. That is, Kentuck find lliat the people of ihi d strci Saturday, Mnrch 28. 1914, at 1:30 p.m. t Again. Thou shall love thy f m' lifthsof Slast year flKaJ .tjnd lor a man wlio will heed v t 1 iftti'S rc razf;i The following program will bo rendered : neighbors ns thyself and the anthfor a mil I tux. wishes, no matl.rif ho does their Tho meeting will bo called to order at 1:80 p. m. by the chairman em of tho heavenlv host 'Peace These are facts to b consider have a brother who wants tobuil 1. Devotional Exorcises . Pastor W. II. Brian 011 earth. Good will to men!" ed in estimating the prudioii value up a nie" httlo political nnchin;. 2. ltoll Call Report of the Church' s. Then let us he patient and prayto Kentucky if the Slat. Aid Bill, Bl6i Willi 0. Why Are Baptists So Narrow? . Rev. A. J. Pike, Fr'd iy, is erful that wholesome indiscruni passed by th; House AvrVM a man h is bton eloquent C. K. Carmical, o and approv nate slaughter may be preven ed, passed by for few years ho usually goes inand j. D. Gooch. if forcible such as might ari-ed by the Governor. to polities and runs for office. 4. How and To What Extent Should V e Discipline Unruly Mom 'Intervention, " shall bo reset ted The State, under this law, will Dense throngs turn out to hear bersunWhy? "D. Edgi.r Allen, J. H Barnes. 'o by any nation. raise for road purples "he sun of Tiim speak, and as hedescrib.s ' Thos. Chrt. and J G. Fortney, . $000,000 a year. Th s sum will nobility of 7:15 p.m. Sermon by Rev. L. D. G oh J. W. V. character which leads 9 a m. Sunday. a like snttn Song Service and I evotion. Mt. Vernon. Ky. 0 11 14 be supplimented by his parly to ignore its own inter 9:15 am. Relation of the SuiHsr Fchool to the Church and from tho Federal Government ' ests and pr duco bumper crops . W W. Block, Ed. Albright, the World, the exact figures are ."83 COO. If when it i out of power the welkin ' J M. Can mins, A. .1. Pike FOR FLETCHER'S wls the amount raised by loi.al tax- rings like a firo bell a 'd his friends and J. W. Clontz. rwTtCTBi-'''''- 1 ation is decreased from $2,000,-000- , hog him to get off the legislative 8. 1 1:00 a.m. Sermon. "The Jov of Sa'vati m," D. Edgar Allen 9. 12:00 .ft Dinner. a year, say to $1,200,000 ticket and run for President. 10. 1:15 sharp. Stewardship, G. W. Martin, J. P. Phelps. The Barbourvillo Advocate has o penny vVo sha'l oven enntinno fn model has more e there will bo available u combined Alter the same man has served W. F.Jones,. A J. Pike, stirred up a hornets among of 2,400.000 a year for the sum onts. refinement-- and new foice our p pular ium Day tho people for a few years ho nnd C. K. Cannical. the Catholic papers by lliopubli Uses than vecan even enumerate purchase plan, the same nsou building of roads With this sum comes beck. 11. 2:3' p.m. Why Is Modern Holine Uns3nptural Kentucky can in eleven years E. Edgar Allen, L D. Gooch. cation ot a potm copied ftom t lie hero. previous Oliver models. county seat J. H. 'irte3, J. M. Cummins, Menace, an Anti Catholic publibuild a Stato-widElo(,)('i:nck is the art of arrangThe OLIVER No. 7 equipped The 'cushioned kev hoard with and J. C.Clouse. cation of Auiora, Mo. Tho Men system stretching from State line ing words to look like pictures. with tho fiuiotts I'rintypo, if de- Finging and Dismission. 12. every When a man is eloquent he is as ace is fighting Pope and liisclnirch anchoi keys" and the new auto to State line and making Each church urged to send a larg3 represe ration nnd $1 00, .ired, without oxira charge. claiming that iliey are the foes of matic features moan less work for county seat the center of not, less dangerous as it he were armed . r ( t. I.. Smith You owe it to yourself to seo ail othor churches and organiza- the hands, less strain on tho eyes than three, 1)0 per cent, of the wiih a large club. Ho captures Board W. M. Ht'KSl. i Executive leso manual and mental effort. tho new machine bjforo you buy (.J. W. Hnro.N. tions and are a standing danger to ,. county seats the centers of from btatos and cities by firing large With all of unsterly me- any typewriter at any price. Notd any country in which they gain four to six roads built by local tax- reverberating words instead of chanical improvements wo have Us beauty, speed and easy action, and State aid, cannon balls, at them nnd turns jWHsg?PaffaiiCTir,ii control and adds: "the history ation, with Federal of countries and people ruined by made the machine more beautiful its wonderful automatic devices. forming connecting links in the murderers and chicken thieve? ' FM.Jc From, every Try it on nnv work that is e'f i" tl..vi fir...rtl.nlnn ,, ilooso upon njj unfortunate world 1...1. Stito wide system. .1113 V ICHIWIl. llllllV.il, and swininotrical r(v"-$?a- ke 1.M'!"' jlillliliaJfyE-Virflltllliii Try it on r Jrlt is down on all secret organintion. standpoint Tho OLIVER. No. 7 done on typewriters. "'Loral taxation would bo reduced by making strong men weep unillilllli frl many ki'ds of work that no other counties with J til the jurvjbox has to be bailed and yet the sixty-siespecially the Masonic which attains superlative excellence no mile of improved road and tho out as ho tells how badly organization gave that church a Nothing you could wish tor has typewriter will do. the priseighty-ninheavy jolt some hundreds of jears been omitted. The no a devices' pauper counties would oner's family, will feel if ho fact that t It Is a isn't fare as well as. or bettor, than given another crack at society. bick by exposing nnd halting its refinements, improvements and typewriter that ihtroduced snli operations; et this church has the conveniences foun.1 on the No. 7 their now more prosperous neigh i innovations as visiG flk f most far reaching and most tire 'present an enormous outlay ble writing, Printypo, etc , should bors. Wh.? less secret society in Hie world 111 aui vnslly ,ncrcaSB its vaic be tho first to introduce automatic Because tho State and Federal the Knights of Columbus, work prke has 1l0t been advanccd one methods of operation. Policy, Mex;0H!D WUMDEBs ing in and out of reason for the aid plan means the substitution of dominance of chuich overstate, system, supervision and standardan easy and inexpensive matter. ization for the present happy-go- . and destruction o our common Simply apply a of Pee Gee care lack lucky, devil-maschools. America has been1 Oliver Typewriter Utiildiir-r-, CHICAGO. Pliere is in every eommunitv you'll be delighted with mud hol"s of asleep too long and today the Pope loin which makes an clement in society that is its fine results and your own work. with his church has almost nj six sevenths of Kentucky's roads Who are easily offended; rnsZ2LIT3a Pee Gee makes old furniture, for the winter months of each ntranglo hold on our country's who resent the slightest hint thai floors and woodwork look like new worn year. throat and the days of the Inqui-again. Try ft. Assembly of 1012 seems to be insultry and at once The General sition would no doubt he repeated seek revenge. ' should they gain the power they created a State Bureau of Good Pee Gee Is a StcJn and Varnish Tho bully, usually seeks to Roads. Under tho Me combined. Comes In 11 Natural Wood colors, are fighting for every day by all. i provoke insult iu order to get a White, Gold and Silver Enamel. All sizes. Bill no money will he paid the dailr means pretext for being abusive, even out to any county until the roads PEASLEE-GAULBER- T GO. Incorporated overbearing and cowing his vicA TliXAS WONDER. conform to built iu that county : : : Manufacturers: Louisville, Ky. tim into terror. tho standard of construction fixed The Texas Wonder cures kidney This class is made up chiefly of by tho Bureau of Roads nor until ind bljdr'er troubles, removing who for the most part braggarts, A 'Mr r1ui OixtlCJ LMnrJUAnrl adequate provision has been made n grauel, cures c'iatiets, weak and are lacking in true coinage. The for their maintenance. all irregularities of the kidneys If they have any courage"at all roads will then be part of a State and in boty men and women is of a brutal kind, that seeks system. They will not then be it Regulate troubles in bladder to inflict punishment or crush its the plaything of tho local politic children. If not sold by your antagonist into object submission. ian and the occasion for unavaildtuggfc-twill be sent by mail on Our natioind "Jingoism' a riss ing protest from their local viceceiptof$i 00. One small bottle from passion nurtured by this tims. If tho Commissioner of in two months treatme-itnd s el typo. Roads fails to do his duty by each surely depend you can lotu tails to perfect a cure. S "d Wo have instances on record in and every county, tho Governor, last JO o'clock for testimonials from his and othor American history, where this spir of trouble is acwho is the head of the State and Hall, it has led to war nnd bloodshed.- and states: Dr. E VV. Mo. 2926 will of the late responsible for his appointment, Olive street, St Louis, Sold acquire a We believe the can bo made, through the pressure-obeing of by Druggist. read as follows: war might have been averted, big one depositing you public opinion, to remove him. the same or life preserved, and realizing the unmind and if it becomes Tho State in BLOOD better results attained bv law, means State wide system of of life, do hereby hereon "the "necessity of thinking lieloro You'll Finil by arbitration if you please POISON good roads, it means a uniform paying n great Ineoutive to saving. The destruction of tho Spanish When beloved wife, I owe deem a systom of good roads; it means an trouble conies what you have been prevented Navy, does not odd much luster trtutllf million 1Q and millions of equitable distribution of the I her all to will and ttcrma that grow from frittering away will make u coml'o'.tablo to our national prowess, or milifrom one or two that money raised for good roads purgot ur.de r th ikin balance. tary renown. and Into (ha blood. real and personal. poses; it means tho substitution DH. DELL'S Once upon a time, not so long effort for lticic in of organized I all KVit. pleasure she is ago, some drunken marines in a many instances both of orgaoiza-anapplied rlsht away v. ouM hav. killed thoa. fa w I hereby .euport, while andkept theaa tnMlone frtini b.ln. born, to do as she deems best, ofeffort; it means n definite South American 'o hava a ssc. box of. tma ealv. ready for mer .enctaa. ask for Dr. liill'i Aniurptto Satvt. to paint the ashore, undertook -for the and fixed responsibility her as T.I1 It Dy Th 0.11" money town red and were rough handled expenditure ol the public by police. Uncle Sam steamed & by given for public needs. It could by no into port with an and possibility be a worse system than J day of StkaYED: Hog, sow, weight the present. It may well bo be bullied the natives into an apoloabout ioo pound-.- , color red; canto getic frame of mind. lieved that few better systems lo my place pbout Jan. i!oth. Tho "Wilson Administration" lo Times can be Owner paying damage may obtain Kern County has room for 200,000 settlers. This may seem its diplomatic corps with the pressame, impossible to joubut not so when you knowtbat Kernis as big Senator Joe F. Bosworth was ident at its head seeks to avert I Edd RUM.OCK, as iho whole State of Massachusetts It is a wonderful county home over Sunday and was look- war. Cove, Ky. Mar. 6 t. and hundreds are inakirg good here. Tile conservative policy clement of estate ing after the interest of his candidacy for Congress. While there Americans, and Euiopoancouti We have issued a beautiful booklet telling much about Kern, bred has boon a half dozen othor parties tries does not want war. County. This booklet will be sent lo you free, together with represented by The masses in" our own and in the district spokon of as possia map of California and a copy of SUNSET MAGAZINE, the Tor Infants and Children. ble candidates, so far no othor has foreign countries do not take cog will Tho Kind You Have Always Bought local monthly guide t f the homeeeeker and settler, if you will send ever announced himself and there Distance, of tho tremendous re us ttn cents in stamps to help deftay the cost ot mailing. policies of be glad to is an undercurrent that there will sponsibility nssumed by our counBears the SUNSET FIACAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, San Francisco, Signature candidate out and try among tho family of nations. be no other California protection. Little is known iu general of the Bosworth will have that Senator 1 . t.-j- SWNALS iriiricut I r??Tf"T'l!rilT he 11 1914 llUlliliiii it'iii origin, and the ifc liascui "war voxels, und inu-lnslutioim flipliiltmr-in th Western HomlN- - i:i tho Nnporlniil sen ports, lead.v lins irfi ,..) phefetd '"Tho Motitoo Do.lrino." and nble to p otet citizens of will hnvo Nor does tho word Htliirge,,,con'! the'r own government when the 11 lie Inn been informed, that "'Tho waiting policy" is sot.ei' eonserva tivo Statesman ship approved by 11 Announcing 'The New Typewriter ' l - OLIVER No. W10 I sup-wh- o - 1 spitjtion. 11 correu-treated- self-actin- g WW , j v dipl-imnti- o ,,, , ll'g'tl 11 '"'",. 15)12-101:1 ....... ..,.,..,....,,' R o - the GRAM 1 1 1 ' ROCKCASTLE ASSOCIATION sm . iffi V sp-n- 0 Fssiw 1 j MII -- a-i- th-Su- 'Ilr.a rWms 11 o Children Cry w fpPSKraipllB "ii iir-pr- 1 o-- , , V e, 8-- ln ' j t'-e- , I 'iritSHi Rv Your- I -- - I e Old Furniture Look Like New PEE cpuch-miikii- The Wilson Waiting and The ican Situation .ir y of-sy- s coat The OLIVER Typewriter Co. nd sen-sativ- e. RE-NU-LA- G 1 C Dyer-Jlos-wor- th poss-ible.- JOHN ROBBINS DiuuucaU) ry MlffiSil . .1 , 'THE On WILL WAS PROBATED' The Helping Hand most , f Spanish-America- n Aid-Bi- deplo-utacy- , 11 d . iron-cla- d Monday at p.m., the John Smith was probated "I, John Smith, sound member, and certainly it duty to my that Mary, bequeath to Therefore, it have, both have that have that my and with it, appoint my administratrix without bond. This my own hand out April, 906. thisth J4th upon in time your bank count. Better start to by have what The Bank of iV3t.Ve.non- 1 Antiseptic Salve The Bank of Vernon devised:-Louisvil- 'JOHN SMITH' Kern County, California Wants Farmers wish to state that John in Smith's was a $2,000 the Kentucky Insurance Company, the Great Commonwealth, druggist, Chas. C Davis, who our show you their N. B. CASTOR IA i&a$fM& r " e?" a'An-- . MT.' VERNON Mt.Vkunon, Ky SIGNAL Mar. 13, 19 14 79 'I up 7Q" wnon wan'No. toConiniunl. ante with BIONAL 79 Tho 17th Anuual Conference for will be Everything new lo wear al very Education in the South 7 to 10, held in Louisville, April low pticesr weok. Shoes nt Sutton & MclWs. Tho Farmers Supply Co., filed their articles of incorporatio last Low-Cu- t Conference for Education in the South iaMKEsarssfsaBsarKTKiai lislika LIVINGSTON, !indge G, M. Ballard, of Mt Vernon, was in our town Tues day, J II. Walton has been vory sick for" a fow days. Born to the wife of AlVin Arganbright, a tine, boy on the 7M1. Died: Monday the 9th, alittlo child of Mrs Mrs Ed Quinn Laura Mahaflby of Paris, was hero Tuesday visit ing hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. J B. Hayse, Miss Nettie Rice, who has been very sick for a few davs Mrs. Noia is much improved. is visiting her sister, Mrs Jenkins EdQuinn,of Paris, Ky. Nicoley was in our town Tues Ex-Sheri- tdfc 1 " .. - , f- - This conferenco will be made up Richmond und'nf fi,n paAnir odncators. editors. Winchester, arc tho same distance jarmerS( preachers, doctors, from Louisville, i2!) miles. womon and business men in Ken- Louisville & NAtHvait R rt.Co. Georgo S. Griflin and Fred tucky and the entire South. Mrs. Pittman. J. T. Omary, who' TIME TABLE. The Conference is financed enFaker, are in charge of the busi has been very sick for a few days, Tills store has niao? special 22 tiortn... i4.59 p m ness of the Gcotge S. Griffin Co., tirely by the Southern Education Roy Cox, is some better.--Mrs- . preparations for n largo, Easter which spends thousands of Board iM nortli uusiticsB. SVo are sliowinjjevcry-thliiS- ? who has been visiting relatives at 3:53 am Livingston. thnt'sTuiew in ibIiIb fashdollars annually on the program 23 south 11:43 am London, has returned home. is a mighty good idea to know It Every "departionable nttlro and its speakers. There are no 1 South li ment li repleto with the sonson's Mrs. J. Nicoley and Mrs. Oliver 12:19 am that you ure always plucing the most wnntoil styles, ami our exC. Franklin, of Mt. Ver- LWallen, of Mt. Vernon, were here fees nor dues of any kind. Every day.---Tas. Landrum, Agent. blanio where it belongs before hibit of one who enrolls will also receive ai non, was hero between trains, Monday. Mrs. JrT. Omary is Phone No. 8. making accusations. copy of the printed proceedings Monday, en route home from Ber confined to her room witli grip. Blue of the Conference. $12 98 will get an Mrs. Mike Faning, who Mrs. W. G. Niceley has returned tha, Ky 'Entered at the Mt Vernon, ICy. Poutofuce mall matter. Surge Suit. Would cost $15 anyat Ktcond-ciThe subject of the Conference has been very sick for some time homo after a few days' visit with $10, $15 & where except at Sutton & McBc'o's. this year is "How to Organlzo is gradually growing weaker. relatives at Berea. Judge SumRemember the tariff is off. PERSON AL and Build up Country Life." The Mr. and Mrs. Charley Rice, of mers is on the sick list this week. demonstrations, Frankfort, are visiting Mrs. Rice's Willis McKenzie will move bis method will be Choster Lnndrum is at work on -S- quire Arnold attended the funexhibits, conferences, and address- parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Witt. poolroom to the basement of the eral of his brother-in-laWalter the I j. &E. R. K. leading men engaged in Mrs, H. D. Magee and children Turpln, at Brodhead, last week been Rockcastle, and tho room now oc- es. The Albright has Mrs. E. S. life in America left for Corbin, Sunday, where J G. McKay was in Louisville vory sick during the week with cupied by him will be used by the building country surpass any Hue ever shown In I will be present at this great meet- she' will join her husband, who latter part of last week. County Co. Farmers Supply tousihtis. this city ing. has a position at that place. O.E. Clerk S. F. Bowman, of Mt. VerFine dress goods, pretty em Mrs. W, G. McBee is "with her committee compos Rice has returner from Lexing non, was hero between trains, WedA state-widSouthard, at Stan- broideries, beautiful laces, every mother," Mrs. men ton. W.G. Niceley.wasut Uorea nesday. Mrs, business ed of farmers, Samuel Owens left thing that isjnifty and a tractive ford, for a few days. doctors, Tuesdey. Boru to tho wife of Wednesday for Groenwood, Ark., educators, women, for ladies, are now arriving at A recent letter received by Mr. has been till Hausel, on tne 6iu, a tine boy, whore she will make preachers, and nlitors her fiHuro Sutton & McBee's. Roy Feilwick, who had hip J. C. Mporo from Chicago, reports Committee Of this uppointed home. Airs. Mooro improving slowly. J. B. Not. will begin as soon as he Hon. Johnson U. Camden, of household goods storod lit this ' Uncle Henry Fisli will go to the weather will permit, the erec- Versailles is President, Mr. J.B. place, shipped them Monday to PINE HILL. tile Old Mason's borne at Shelby-vill- tion of a nice two story frame Judah, a leading busiuess man of ripringtield, whore he win make A series of to spend the rest of bisduys. business housi, on the sitd where Louisville, is Vice President, and hii luture home. W. R. Thomas who has been He wi T. J. Coates is Secretary. meetings will oegin at the Mat Owens is in u very he Is now doing business. Undo sick for some time is very low. Saturday .he 28th o: Willie Fain who lia-Read the announcement of tLe and but little move his present building to one fictions condition een hopi of hia ever being any better Mile to continue business in, until 'Conference for Education in the .iia iLOutii, couuuCttd b,y Elder 01 WiUw, Kv is at completed. new one South," to be held in Louisvi.le, lJ ker aud utters. Joseph Mink home. Eminett Bryant was has bought tie Marion Hamlin FIELD. Miss Cora Lee Smith, who was April 7th to 10th, and plan to go audliis little drtugu.er, Jyennc, ot home Saturday uud Sunday. property at Sapnlpa, 0'Kla.,and " Mow ,o .ucumoua, I'uiiu'ueu tiunie attuv Subject. Miss Lizzie Williams of Corbin is will- move there tho first ot next to have given a recital nt thn tf possible. Farmers all over tlutate tew uuys' visit with hja lather, visitin.' her cousins, Miss.-- Mamie Gra led School building tonight Organize and Build Up Country week are taking advantage of the M. . Mink.- - R. J. Ltinoud's has and McHargue. was called by telegram to Rome, Life." Mrs.' Jaa. Robwholesale cash prices on field Robt. Cox of the firm of Robert country returned from Lexington, Ky- .- inson died al the homo of her Ga., and she requested us to postIf you'are interested in seeds made by W. E. U. Cox was in Louisville a & Mr. and Mrs, Walter Qiliord, l daughter, Mrs Fred Cottonglm, pone her recital until a later date. life in any way, do not fail to Bash Nelson of Lexington tew days this week buying spring Jly Wtri NSfSxT Wo felt wo could not refuse under Louisville Conference, Pinovuie, Ky., are visiting Mrs. and was buried here a few days Ky. White to htm for price goods. 10th. The subject 0. Gilford's parents, Mr. ana Mrs. aE0. From what we have heard. the circumstances. Her expenses April 7th to list and samples aud save Miss Bettio Maris und Mr. Eu- would be heavy and her compen- your special interest will be dis Joe Sauibrootc. The Baptists the wedding bells will soon be There's a middle mans profit. Hackney, ol London, wore sation probably be light, as she cussed. gene have closed their meetings here riuging in Pine Hill. Edgar reasons why you should wear I'ish's Guaranteed Clothes guastsof Mr.and Mrs.W. H. Fish was to have only one half the proof Livingston visited rel The Conferences of Country with, several additious to the They're Unlike Any Other over Sunday. Mrs. G. D. Coolc and atives here the latter part of the Garments. Young men who ceeds from her entertainment. Women in Louisville, April 7th to church. formerly had thoir clothes made Maysville, However, she will come on a later 10th, will have much that is valu- daughter, Miss Lida, were called week. Rev. L. D. Goooh will be- ol OLD DOCUMENT. Rev. Metzler to order, and who are now wearing FISH'S GUARANTEED preached two very interesting ser- date and tho public will have an able for the home life: Modern to Mt.Vernon, Sunday, on account gm a Serios of meetings at the Roy. James W. Riddle has in CLOTHES are bottersKtlslled and mons at the Presbyterian church opportunity to hear her. his possession an old deed or land Cooking Home In 01 tne serious uiness 01 Mrs. Baptist church Saturday night. conveniences, are paying less than half. Ask .ooK's mother, Mrs. Jerome Lair any man who lias worn tlicso Snnday morning and evening. grant issued in I787 at Richmond, dustries, Household Management. garments Mens Suits as high as $20. and Virginia, by Marot's friend, Will Owens, GXW, Murphy was On account of ill health Mrs. G. Gov. Edward Ran At least four women ought to go s are showing lots of styles Livingston's valued Livingston frnm.nsioli vmnt.v. Will not Rrk. Monday. tiurdin Mahaffey, who low as $5. at Sutton& McBee's dolph, Esq., in favor? of- fclaniuel in the: vor.v newest fabrics lltflil B. Lawrence will soon leave for an Wo guarandarlf, and medium extended visit to her brother, W. reporter, .having lambasted, Mr, castle be ablS'fb "do" better than nas JW tee a perfect lit before n suit Milton Miller McCoy has our Taylor for one thousand acres of' with his pon in poetry), laid M. leaves this tore, and make no time is visiting relatives 'hero jhauks for late copies ofthe Pacific land lying in Lincoln county, KenJ. Newcomb at Ft. Worth, Texas. himself open for a regular cyclonic that?. extra charge for alterations Bill Smith has moVSd hi s Commercial Advertiser, published tucky, on north bank of" RockLet Us Show You a Suft for Caster C. D. Sutton of the firm of SutThe county minister and county "come back,'' but Will, having family from Hazel Patch td Ford at Honolula, H. T (Hiwaii Terri- castle. Copy attested by J. A. prices range from ton & Mclleo was in Louisville lost his doctor will find much of practical $10 00 to 420 00. spectacles, it was decided doilow. James NoalMu's moved tory). Miller, a Mt.Vernon, boy is Grant, R. L. A. and Richard goods, to first ol tho week buying that it wouldn't be a gentlemanly value to thenrat the Conference nis family to McUo'oerts, .Ky., in tho service of the'U. S. army Sharp, D. R. Tho tract was up ndd to their already first class art to jump on a defenseless man, in Louisville. April 7th to 16th. Mrs where he has a poiitiou. river above Livingston when "We Stand By What You Buy" stock. During the Louisville Confer Simeon Overbuy ha baea very and is at present located at Fort the although Mat Fouro offered to Rugtr on that far away island this territory was a portion of LinC. E. Evans, Fiell Worker for whale Will the first time he saw ence the Boys' Clubs will centei dicctfor a few days. J. B. Hayse. ot" the Pacific coln county state of Virginia. Endeavor Societo, him. The boys in dispatcher's their attention upon tho cultiva the Christian jus .moved his family into the This same Taylor had various gjvoa vory interesting talk "o ofiice are ungenerous ennugn to tion of corn and pigs. Do you Cruger property. Two of the four fire insurance Airs. j. F tracts ot land in this and other society say Will Knows wnere be the members ol the local leu tne want better corn and pigs this Neighbors, adora few day3' visit companies represented at Mt parts ot the mountains. The last n'ght at tho Christian courch. spectacles but fears to go back year than you naa insir luis with teldtives in Kuoxvule, Tenii., Vernon, have ceased operations also had warrants lor thousHiatt and after them. Mr and Mrs. G. S Franklin has sold conferenco will help you. nas returned home. Mrs. R. G. and in the final wind up it is ex- ands of acres in this county. Con- Mrs. Mattie Mullins were in Louis-'vill- him a new pair. The girl whowants to be an Lemonds aud daughter, Miss .raniorl tlinf. tUarn ttitl ha snft nnn way station and post office in north to handle the busi - ' portion of tho county was named & x&G$)je3& 3K3C&2& during the week. While expert in canning and in poultry Elizabeth, are in London, Ky , company w Miss McCord and her faculty there Mrs. Hiatt bought her proved very ontortaining hostesess raising should, if possible, attend this week. - G. D. Cook found u nes-i- the Henry Clay, a home for the Conway family Tho spring and summer lino of millintho Conference in Louisville, April queer specimen ot a witch in tho ompany which can not vory well Rand Laud Company, composed at tho open meeting of the Woery. 7th and 10th. She will also re- coal at the pump tho otuer day. letve the state. principally of Richmond parties, man's Club, hold at the Langdon MT. VERNON. KY. Rev. Geo. S. Waton has been a Dormitory on lost Friday evening. ceive practical hints on house and perhaps it was thut Big Btii Conway holdings in nVnn tUnonis over Raker's Storo n i BETHURUV1 &. LEWIS bought the and they and most welcome visitor to our town Miss Grissom delighted the guests arts. watch which Mr. Marot talus their Rociccastle, l'hone Ho brought with music. sinco Wednesday Attorneys at Law about and ho gave it to S.C.Franklmanufactured and $&X$D0CSd 3C&3fe9fcS predecessors Following was a two young todies from Owsley short program which was thor- LIBERAL COMMISSION AND in, who in turn gave it to Marot, shipt millions of feet of lumber Offices in Both u rum Bldg. SALARY tolook after our busi- so look out this week, wo will get county and placed thorn in Lang-do- n oughly enjoyed. from these lands. The subject, A Burlington paper reports tho Inter- mother black eye. Wo very much Will practico in all the Couits. uess in your community. Memorial school. The endorsement ou back of "Good Road," was discussed and snowbird having ap Little Georgia (Tucker) Lang-for- Judgo Brown, in response to a esting, dignified, healthful work. above mentioned grant appears peared thero in considerable numdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. call for a speech gave history of International Magazine Company, IT "Sam'l Taylor, bers two weeks since. By the the following: " ' J. S. Langford, has been very low road building in Kentucky. Judge ltoW. St., Now York City. Grant 1000 acres, Lincoln county, way have you seen a snowbird with measles and pneumonia, but Bethurutn spoke on the present Examined and recorded, Book since the English sparrow made & McBee will have tlu Page 439, fee 50 cents." the change for bettor has come, and proposed road law of Ken- - Sutton its appearance:1 line ot lergestand most Complete which we are glad to be ablu to ucky. E.R.Gentry spoke out Millinery goods ever carried it. report. the ways of arousing Good Road this town; hats to sell from $1 to Frank Miller, with the R. P. sentiment. Miss McCord couched $10. FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHERS Smith Co., of Chicago, was here the program by emphasizing Good Foe Saj.b : Full black Minorca this week to see our merchants. Roads as Fundamental to the SucEggs, 50 cents per setting. Frank is a vory successful sales cess of churches and schools. EjrHrZ- Mks. W. R. McCmjub, Misses Mattie Huff, Rae Hunt, nun and his friends in Mt. VerMt. Vernon, Ky. non are glad to know that he is Berth;. Lyttou, Arizona Coldiron, $ BANK PEOPLES and LucySkidmore served refreshdoing so well. ""Strayed: yearling J. E. Thompson who has been ments of ice cream, cako, coffee colt, dark bay, A right hind horse foot will Louiswatfrs. and in the Norton Infirmary, white, left my place Monday. Inmonth, as a re ville fnr thn nast the Arrangements for the placing formation leading to his recovery sult of a fall Vhich paralizedhis ol a "Boone Trail" marker on the will be appreciated. lower limbs, was brought home farm of Phillip T. Allin, as a J. M. Martin, Sunday. He is gradually improvKy., were considered at Feb. 278 Dudley, Ky. ing and the physicians say that in the regular March meeting of the of the H. E Jones sold his 227 acre a short tlmo he will be alright. John Marshall Chapter, QjA. R., farm near Livingston, but over in at tho Louisville Hotel. LOCAL A committee to make prepara- the"edgo of Laurel county to tions lor tho placing of the maik-o- r Andrew Gabbard of Jackson counMore dollar shoes at Fish's. as follows: Mrs. ty for 800,00. flour-food- s. Phillip T. Allin, the chapter's repBuck French sold his farm of Today is Friday and the I3U1. resentative on the State CommitThe Town Board has passed an tee, chairman, and Mrs. James B. 190 acres, 4 miles South of Livhot-bre- ad ordinance prohibiting the opera- Camp, Miss Ida May Johnson, ingston to a Win.- Copo Irom Jackson county for $1400.00 Mi. combination vending slot mating diMiss Susa T. Green and Miss French has not yet decided whore chines within the town limits. of Carrollton, all of whom are ho will locate. Facility Eyery Boone Way Fund. Laib Co.. related to the Boone family. Mrs Among tho list of Mt. Vernon of Louisville, heating and plumb- Camp will unveil the marker. ing supplies, have joined the Band Mrs. Allin invited the chapter and Rockcustle soldier boys, Miland paid in the fee in greenbacks. members to be her guests for the ler McCoy is in Honolula, H, T., the People Convenience inand Lon Hansel at arrive from occasion and presented to the Will Kirby OF HOCKCASTLE OOIWTY Electricians will City, Texa-i- just out of Louisville tomorrow and proceed chapter, in Mr. Allin's name, the Texas Galveston. Eugene Taylor and all with the installation of the Mt. stone upon which the marker will Electric light plant. The rest, and'whiclvwill be cut from Mendel Mullins on the isthmus of Vdrnon Courier-ouana: Panama. Arthur Dodd is at Col BANK PEOPLES work will require two months or the quarryon-the.farmumbus, Ohio. March nth. TBgrirnrr u. Mt. Vernon. -. .g. Sutton & McBee. 1914. to ' cross swords with a goidnutn like Mr. Marot, but ho Is the one that declared war and e will still continue to shell the; fort untiljhc Sends out a. Hag of truce or begs for quarter, so what is your trump, Mr. Muret? Mrs. V. M. Preston and children are Msiting relatives at Boston this week. Mr.and Mrs. J. W. Sams nave returned from Pittsburg, where they went to attend the 'uneral of Mrs. Sams'" mother, J. wttmssgssshmsiissssssz MARETBURG. S. nil-wo- e " 1 e, 1 Christ-imcnun.- "Walter Sowder has measles. isaui Robot ts has been very sick for the past few das, Mrs Jonas Brown has been very sick bub is improving sotneNiow. Mrs. Delia Adams of Mt'. Vernon has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Owens for tho past week. James Thompson has boon very sick for the past few days, but is improving now. Mrs. Harrett Owens has been visiting hor sister, Mrs. Bettie Robinson of Mt. Vernon. Charley Bethurem of Mt. Vernon has moved his family near Marot-burAlbert Owens makes his regular calls at Spiro. Ralph Bradley died at his home Snnday morning at eight o'clock and was buried Monday afternoon at Maretbu'rg church. He has n number of friends at this place,, Mrs. A B. Sams of near this place is very low with measles. Miss Ethel Owons visited friends and relatives in Mt, Vernon last week Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCall have returned from Tennessoe, where they have been visiting for the past few weeks. Lester Emrick is at home with his parents, for a few days. Mrs, Maud Ballard and ohilreqof Brodhead, are visit ing My. and Mrs. Bert Owens. Bro. Harper returned from Lancaster where he has been in thi hospital for the past few weeks The meeting is still going on at Maretburg. They seem to bi having great success. The House of Good Clothes 1 J , -- Prepare FOR" , EASTtR FISH'S ?20 SPECIAL Guaranteed Suits f SEEDS - s g pi' x ll v thousanil-and-ono n Cot-longi- m Ready-Ma- de . If, '$' thd'stfforome - i Con-wa- The oasn otore P H. Conover Dentist 10-- o 1 , ii.,,,' d, 11 "" 1,-- Children Cry BaK!6 Powder Is the Housewife's Greatest Help. light, flaky, fruit short cake or a delicate hot biscuit? short cake, biscuit and muffin, and improves the flavor and healthfulness of all risen CASTORI $ $ A Children Cry CASTORI A $ $ I A Straw WHAT so tempting to the appetite Show the Way Wind Blows! $ Have you" Noticed the Wonderful Growth $ Royal makes the perfect $ PEOPLES $ Gul-Ho- It renders the biscuit, and short cake more gestible and nutritious, at the there's a reason. Banking SAFE AND SOLID $ , same time making them more attractive and appetizing. Royal Baking Powder is dispensable for the preparation foods. AMPLE RESOURCES of I $ For the $ the year round of perfect Us Us -- l. ore. $ $ $ $ $ - W.$ JBHBBBGSai r 1 V . . tifM.Tt??HxfWn NffJBfT Ml Vc fi - TChas. C. Davis k 'M. 7fcwn ;. Ky.- : DRUG; -- Clfas.C. Dnvis My Phone No. is (39) We open shop at 7 o'clock a.m. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m. hirty-nine.- N I r- - You are cordially welcome in our place at any time during our shop hours, We don't want to sell you anything yon don't want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let us show you. CHAS. C. DAVIS Mt. Vernon-. i Ky. HHMMaHHHHHHHHBHHHHHHnHHiK&. L Mardi Gras EON M ' O H, Miillius . and Mitchel Mrs. Fjora. Eagen ot Morgah, Mnlllns htvo moved b.ielt from Is vlsillng her parents, Mr. and "At itiypliu'f ont-- mlt MiillinB is Mrs. Mapon mirth of liljtichc, Ky. Mory at this Tredway Level Green, Ky,, ofioxt Mon sick at this, writing. Tom Min- - nlaco. Little Miss Lfura LoVell 'lay. Mnn.li i(i, i9ct, l!.vill sell at ton hasmmnpH ban Suttloa who ot nurr, $ visiting harenind father pjblir unci Kin tn the liinliest and Uno 11. fill Linl U C?tntll 1.11 Htlktrl n f. (VLovell. Mr. uud Mrs Finn .Vp1I it has bten smile titneMtice lient Imlilrr, tlje following rloserili-ePnrrott wore the guests of Mr and I read any news from Wither.-- , so prnportv: Mrs. Ne.i'l P.irrott S'ttutdsy night. My Kiirm, consNfiil; of i7JJ I thought I would try and oralse Emory Hell ol Hurr. vijited acres, 100 or, tnoro ol vhleh is in our Httlo tottti anyway, t course relatives at this place Sunday. l onllwntion. This liirni litis about praise our town the mist. Misses Vir:ie, Susie, and Grace 11 tier") ulietit titirl ii Iltilic bolter is R dd 0. wer? the guests of the r 3 acres This lo"vn would be outs nlroniy miwciI on it Has there wore not so many Koptil little friends Misses Nora and here, thev gather round t d hlza Shepherd Sunday. MUb plotitv ol wnicr, several ntMer ft il- i'i? sprintjs Neilr siiliools and sai, I'll tell you boys Wilson is Dona Lovell is with relieves at churches anil surrounded by good the cause of these hard times. I'll Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. ne'ulihori. I will til tt se I in just spend my opinion on this Kiddle, visited Mr. and Jeff Lovell same day, 4 lino StuKl.ti u id lit - hubject Ii is not working and btd Sunday. Little Miss Hazel 'ties Mans. 2 fire Milch Cows, 3 inaiiiiomciu that is the matter, Owens of near Msple Grove visit-yearling Calvti-- ; lO head finuSlioep not becaubo Wilson, was electtd her gtandparonts, Mr. and Mrs '7 Hnfs 2 Kami WapoiiH, 1 Super that makes hatd times. If we 0 Owens Sundiv. Kinley ior Whent Drill, Mowir nrd ill a w irk as we should, none Klrby visited frionds at this phio of us will tt rvo Wilson is good Sunday. Miss Lillio Loved and Drill, Rai'. 1 timv I3ui piro-f)Bup;g. t; 11110 Oorn, Hay, Whiat eunuch for mo to call President, little brother Leonard, vicito'' aid Shellod O.i'h. A'l household all O. K Well before I bring my their grandfather J. Lovell wish to speak Wednesday and Thursday. -- Mr. 'Hid kitchen furnitute, fnrmlng ioi letter to h close I p'on'ents will be,.spjkl at same time one word lor l)ooneway just to and Mrs. Neal Parrott,.spent Sale btiRins promptly at 9 a m, think of a nice pike, I wish ther. Mrs. R 13. Mr. and Terms: Evirjthingw.il be sold were pikes evoryvuerG made of Shepherd Worlio Proctor of the forctshin hauthind everything marble, for President Wilson to Maple Grove victniny, attended will bo Mil I. Remember the Date walk on, fl cheois for good roads the Bible Heading at this placi' and come early next Alouday at tnd 0 for Wilson. Sunday. ' d we-ald S-- ll LrE WITHERS COVE SsxvsNcaNxv ChEldren Cry for Fletcher's f FA symvs?ccsvwccccwoN Tlio Kind Yon Ilavo Always Boaght, nnd which has been in use for over i$0 years, has borno tlio signature ot ami lias uccn, mauo iinucr jus per- Ert.A-t- f. sonal supervision sinco Its Infancy. 5 c&tcJLvX Allow no 0110 to deccivo yon In this. nro but All Counterfeits. Imitations and "JuHt-as-irooExperiments that trlflo with nnd endanger tho health of Infants nnd Children Experience against Jixpcriineut. d" 1 1 11 1 Caslorla is a substitute for goric, Drops' nnd Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys AVorms nnd allays Fcvcrlshncss. For nioro than thirty years it lias been in constant use for tho relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend What is CASTORIAPareCastor Oil, hnrmlcss Sun-dtywi- th GENUINE G ASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS 0 a m. .1 CI recti, Ky. Auctioneer, Uakky Jonks W SHU Level ITS, C&a&ffi&& The Kind You Dave Always Bought In Use Fop Over 30 Years MW&J&-kxl- i FROLIC FESTIVITY HiSSV ORLEANS and MOBILE February 1924, 1914 LOW ROUND TRIP FARES " State of Onln, city of Toledo. SS Shims County, f Erank J. Cheney makes oath lint he is Tickets 6n Sale February 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23. Ret UfR!tJnilt to rekch original starting potnt not later than March 6, with cxteiuion of limit to Alnrch 23, 1914, on payment of $1.00. ' PRIVILEGES. ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVG- R M? X Wl i rr W"call on any Ticket Ajcr.t, Quern & Crrvtnt Route, or ripply to t CVKjfcQ, tawnier ond ticket Ascat. 101 U. Main Street, Ukitutoii.K). . 325Sa33reSKSaffiJfiJK?iHSr5' ,VV'V-t' ' . I Y Stftfed Girl's Life "I want io tell you what wonderful benefit Black-Draugh- t," &?$&$ I .' V J J ceived .from the use of Thedford's Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly ha3 no equal for la grippe, bad cods, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went In on her, but one good dose of Thedford's BlacfcDraught made, them break out, and she has had no more trouble, I shall never be without Black-Draught have rewrites m m ft BLACK -- Dralg rff THEDFORD'S .fP tUt N JS gj For constipation, Indigestion, headache, dizziness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's has proved itself a safe, xtHSmt gentle and valuable remedy. Jf yDUsufferffom any of these complaints, try Black- 'Dfatf&ht: If Is a medicine of known merit. Sfvpiitvfi years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Black-Draug- ht In my home." JJEST FAMILY LAXATIVE PEDIGREE Beware of constipation. Use Dr. Ktns New Life Pills and Anxiety Boy. Hereford Bull stipation. Ittep well. Mis. Ch'ules B. Smith culved Sept, 24, lgu, Breeder Jos of West Frandlin. Mjl. calls them Ky., Sire Onncc'ount of Old Cull McCluroV "Out family laai'u'tf." Nothing 1. Gibson, Somerset, wide OxpoiIencQ in the pbullrj better for adults ol .. ,aecd. Get British Baton, No. 257554. Dam, line during the war, his friends are them to day. 1h. Druggists Fetn No 149099. Owned by Join ' VV. Hilton, Pino Hill, Ky., whert gelling up a petition to tho Gover or by til. nor, asking that Cull bo appointed H, 15. Bucklen ii Co. Philadelphia he will make the season of 1O14 at or St Louis. chief official chicken Inspector in $1.00 at the gate. bis precinct Cull is scratchinf John W Hilton, Pine Hill, Kj. Mar. ins top piece while trying to figure iut who will sign his officials bond. 111 firm of K. J. Cheney & Co . doing business in tho City of Toledo, County and fctato aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred .Dollars lor each and every case of Catarrh tnat cannot bo cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and sub scribed in tny presence, this 6th day of December. A. D. 188O. (Seal) A. W. GLKASON, Notary Public Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken and acts directly upon the blcod and mucous surfaces of of the system. Send for testimonials, free. P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio, Sole by all Druggists. 75c. Take Hall s Family Pills for con- senior partner ol the The Best Spring Tonic for all your stock. A Httlo spent now to prevent disenso will savo you many dollars. Use few fulITiirBlll I ?. H cartoa m P? ot rolotTrr ot lis sn4 on tn Ubt arerx tetua OENTOIK D3. BELL'S EF trjii!2 Tksn. tie, SOc, Regulator pad fs.00 tl.CO; IS lb. MwfsM v Art 4 Pratts. blood, strengthens .and greatly increases an animal's p Uctivc- your farriron a better ncss paying basis, Refuse substitutes; Insist on It helps digestion, purifies the Its i ?- & jI'I'm&tI-- j jwi.. m 1. raQs'A I ' ! $. iieEicii F M Pi m r MZ& H The SAFE boys' magazine Allhoyforall bora, not achlli'speper. Clean as a whittle, fell of pictures, 20 to (Ipngei erorr travel, ftdven. month. Mftnl7ln9-trInsttnrlDturn, athletics, hi story, school )lfd,Trrltten br moctnopulTboys' authors. JnttrurtlrQirpcclal artlcloe Itlno articles oa football and other porta. of Moclianlrn, Tloctrlcltr. rhotojjrftnhr, iVmular Uclcnon, How to Afako Thlnps, Ktamp ColloctlDV. Chlrkna, Pota, InTcnttoaa and Natural bonders. , SMlslictlcD GosrsAtttd orMosy Bck Is an- you wia no th BELL la s drcta. KffloJiOialy 51 a year other Sprfng necessity'. A strong and most nconomical germicide. Get Pratta Stock Book Trails DJslnfectqnt I m 'A PncauUona,yuluMrwhattobU7,aMcaa 5!S5u"rJr?t,rtl.'ntanrtayln' !SSl,l?.a ',t,ln. Ba. wim Una "Tell i Hfc, S. By Tho Bell" T DRUQ SI.OO, STOIV 3 I I i,U st I l Send Subscriptions to SIGNAL !W'jirAJ'r wv3 "ia li rfKeauii 7 t. I fej il tnt l3-3- t. 1 J 5 A Wfik uLi Bf5.i oiIj jaoui pu CASTORIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S ................. .(('"'...(. .....". 1 : : 1 1 : 1 1 : : : 1 :::: aese: ;: 1 1 1 :::: t :::: t :::::: : A Wholesale House of Chicago MiJlt U. II 11 Jl fcV m llltCvQPVV'PVQSwlSS rm a."...'.. .V'Sm i.iwl 'I jna utjpj IIIHepa l xrjoaaj irt (ooa I'idv A,H) uiitsoPoa isn0 hcti u3Aii 8m poAtnaj QU p (! JnoA on IPpoaAiiou op tr iiQ KjX uatfX fill lf dn.ptuiunp )iii tffiDBBTAKBR Our line of JCoucli JC'uskots is unoxcelu'il pjrj03JUSa s,3univfj si HIS ia WE HESITATE j To say right off the that this is the ouly placq in town wjiere you can get "your money back" anytime some- bt olliusfuniisIied Hearse senl '.o nil jmrts of he County lland-mnilo jbSMmMauM&umSaadlmmJMammameBMM One apDlicatlon koutbet and hrali a rouffh ,JIM.,fl.K.MllU,WUCIIICJCaiCIJ,IJUliyVUCCll thing goes wrongji , a cure, txjema. KrvtioeUl.'l etter. U'cera and all ikln dneaies yield tu lit cnrallye properties. fond for tit flatnpl ouc a aox. axbu uruxxiiiM. a4 hook ' lU&Wb 1 All orders by Wire Promptly Filled IDHnilONi HDLLQWAT COM 1730 Spring PMIa., Pa. St., uid Btkutr." orln What differoh.ee ; does; it ' mako anyway ? You know us and our was and that's all there is to it. STUBBORN, ANNOYING COUGHS CURED "My husband bad a cough foi dfteen years and my son for eight years. Dr. King's New DUcovery completely cured them, for wliich I am most thankful,11' writes. Mrs. David Moor, of Saginaw, Ala. What Dr. Kirg's New Discovery lidlorihese man.it will 'do for vou. Dr. Kind's New Discovery should be In every home. Stops hacking coughs, relieves lagrippe tnd all throat and lung ailments Money baclrjf it fails. All druggists. Price 50c. and Si.oo. H. E. Bucklen & Co. Phihdelphia or St. Louis. COMMISSIONER'S ROCKCASTLE Said the best advertisement for a General Store is to advertise every week in your local paper. . J. E. Mitchell, of Pine Hill, Ky. bst way . Says the do just like he he can advertise, is to is doing. Just keep handing the goods out. CHEAP FOR CASH. SALE W. A. CQX,i I?hpno?4.S MT. VERNON, KY e: Caster Suits $15.00 Caster Hats $2.50 Now Ready. "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY" CIRCUIT COURT :: Saddle s rup-Jeath- $3&$P&-r&x- c yayL&yck t ' Padded; Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir-- J 'r "1 ' at a reasonable price "Men's Saddles, new, $4.00 and up Xadies' Saddles, new, $5.00 and up ers lowest freight from mill, to factory.- - nil from lac. tory to you. Oil a iillir $lh ana Saet tntnty by writing ua y for catalog sot price a. LOUISVILLE SILO AfD TAhK CO. (Incorporated) 0 Station F. lOlllsmlf 1 It has tho only real contitiuout door opening. Hoops made of tested steel, Hoops can be adjusted from ladder front door frame. Doors made of California Redwood, "The Wood Eternal," The location of our factory give u TBaMr.iTr--T r.i Ths Cash Storo Clil,dreii Cry FLETCHER'S CASTO R A FOR I lUIEUMATOSUFFErmi SHOULD USE K1CKAPOO , WORM K1LLEI EXPELS WORMS of Old Main Street back of Court IIousu. v. W. T. DAVIS ytjz&viv&cp, &$&xite "WE USE' 1 The Boat Rom9fty Fop aUfWm:6e tV Rheumatism GOUT. NEURALGIAS AND KIDNEY TROUBUS. SCIATICA. Tho foul.'feud. offensive breath Tne slardnR up with terror and grinding of teeth while asbop-1-fsallow complexion The dark he Tkecuuse your child's ills ci jJ. tlJlVjOiv DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE MisMSMgsl NsMHlMMsl LUMBAGO. frit And don't have to grease but once a week. IrtrR STOP THE P .GIvosQulckRolUfi NaOtk.rRn, t 7- . utll Hadiifn Kentucky byCHAfc. ,. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. Swanaon Nhaumatle CurM.Cs SAMPUC MflM" ntUC ON RSQUtST Kickapoo of worms. your child Vorm Killer is what teeds; it expels the worms, the :ause of tho child's unhealthy con ditiou. For the removal of seat, tomn,ch md pin worms, Kickapoo Worm Killer erives sure relief. Its ldxatixe effect adds tone to the wenpral . system. Supolied as a mdy confection children like it Bafejtrid sure rellel. Guaranteed tuy a box to day. Price 25c. AH D, gists or' by mall KIcknooo Indian Med. Co. Phlla- lel.j'a or St. Louis. circle, under the eyes-A- ro all indi-caton- s Plaintiff. Delta Baker VSjCommlssioner's Sale . . Defendant V. II Uaker of a judgment and order of Py virtue sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term, 1914, thereof, I shall proceed to offer for ealo nt tho front dopr of the Court House, In Mt. Vernon, Ky,f to the highest and beat bidder at public auction, on Mon-Ju- y the 23rd day of March, 1014, between the hours of 0 o'clock" a m and l o'clock p m, it bcliifr regular County ' Court day, on a credit of six montliB tho following described real estate In Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle Countyt Ky,, addition one In tjie Sparks & Davis nouse and lot and described as follows: Lot No, 10 in Sparks & Davis beginning at tho intersection of witithe tho north line j)f Mill Street east line of Quarry Street: thenco.wlth North 22 tho caBt llneof Quarry Street of I?cut E, 2oo feot to the south line feet to a Alloy; thence S. 67 i U 100 stake at the corner of Lot No, 8, thence 3 2'i'A W. 2oo feet lothe north Urio.of W loo Mill Street; thence. N, 07:-- 2 feet to tho .beginning. This lot is a part of the land purchased from R. B, Mullins by Sparks 3rd, 1907, tc Davis by deed of Oct., recorded In Deed nook No, 23, and page 05, in tho otllce of tho County Clerk Of Rockcantle County. For the purchase price the purchaser must execute a bond . with approed surety bearing interest from tho date of .1 .ln m. A lintrtntr Mm fnrre ., "o Sale win iiim of a judgment. and effect Bidders must uo preparcu io uoiniuy with theso terms, G. S. GRIPFJN, Master Commissioner of the R. C.C. THE GREEN FRONT ;' : t : t : 1 : : 1 1 s :::,:::::::;:::; i !::::: ::::::::: : a MCKENZIE JONAS SELLS Selz Shoes THE "ROYAL B UE" l;F you need a good pair of shoes it is to your interest to examine, the Selz line before you buy. JONAS McKENZfE. MT. VERNON, KY. JHULH 'u ' ruiw lK" JOHN' WHITES CO. Bytf HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commlwlon. Wrlti lor price lilt mentioning Ihli ad. AND HIDES mrf99m J3HvSMiSi JmULrFjfmrKKimmmmWm tf