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Mi v ftKAOJN, KUCKCASTLE COUNTY, fcKY., FKID AY' MARCH' IS, 19l4 mm which resulted in her death, and" from yhich he never recovered. . as .; !T . He was seventy one ens and a .. few months old, antf had spent j:99 about thirty years oJ his life in Roclrcastle, having moved to this ! V( Tl m m " k county from Peiidltton county in Me 1111 9 ! the year 1884. He was a tfaithtul 8i m. LJ mAJ member of the Baptist church, ......--- a. and a true christian. We know t v9aoo9e wc kACaKk.-AA- a ol no man wo had wither im itate than that ot his. He Jived every da as though Ilia vras"the y last day, and bis daily life isa' a I living example worthy of .ollow-i.)- tectciet(itt( lilliBifil II II .I J Ill ill Z Z B B mm,. n B B B B B B CjmP jn ft I eo o09eoc t"'seH9t9iDH'MH Z A e TS matter PMvMi of common lead- g knowledge this store is that Iheltev. Jesse Btagleof It i Mil M- - hk w m ing in the shoe business MMM In Mt. Vernon STOP GUE55TMG Is it A all-woo- A glance at our TN Lancaster, a distant relative, con ducted the funeral set Vices at the Baptist church Tuesday afternoon alter which his body was consigned to the grave beside his wife, Hp is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Granville Oweas who 'is very sick, nofc able to attend the funeralj-anMiss Leva Cherry, one sou, J. Tbos. Cherry, ol Crab Orchard, three grand children and two great grand c ildren. and Mrs E. ii." Gentry, and Mr. Henry Gentry, of Mt. attended the iuneral services d WINTER GOODS WILL GO THE GREAT ARGAifM BULLETIN ' III Special Sales During Month of . lviarcn . July Picnic. like Ice Cream at Co.-Alt- y BUY7NG CLOWES l? Will it hold its shape and Will it wear? good looks? " these questions in buying Clothes. Quit taking'lfhances on what v ear will prove. Know before you buv them that your clothes are right and will stay right.. It's all down .in black and white on the C'.othraft guarantee which insures all wool cloth, lasting shape, satisfactory wear and service. ci-if- e JTon t windows and a chance to let us show how courteously and intelligently we serve you will tell you why we lead MissCa:es w.re married at the huirie of the oride, near Richmond, the latter part of last week. Tom is a fine young man, aud deserves a good woman whiqh we have no doubt he nas. Weiwish thera much sue cess. The following are those leading in their grades for the month just ended First grade, William Frith: second. Bessie Hicks; third, Nathan Raberts; of John T. Cherrv lorn Wouddjl --rnd a Tne-d.-i- v GrROCERIE DQT MISS sBstle Of THE BARGAIN $1.20 Pilgrim BANNER PICNIC and the great- SUGAR 25 lb sack of best granulated Sugar. Special WASH POWDERS est soap upon the market. Special. 3 bars for great Cold Water Soap. SOAPS Clean Easy Soap TOP guessing the answer to Spring r- fourth, Nina.'Albriglit;'fi(ta, Ches ter WalliD; sixth, Elnora Fritb; saventh, Shirley Adams; eighth, Bert Storm; Dinth, Sue Cable anl tenth, Mary Proctor. Don't lor- get that Brodhead yiii have a fair Aug. 121 3. 14. CO FFEE'-T- he a 10-lbb- ag Special blend of Coffee, once IUC i r tried, always used, 25ct value for FELS NAPTHA 3 Boxes for $1.50 high-grad- e, - that 10c Every-- - -- - FLOUR Finest Patent every bounce guaranteed of the finest made C jrer oarrrei Same Flour in Sacks 70c A No.1 sood Family Flour good enough for me , ? a barrel only costs ra 65c cents buys a sack February 24, 1914. LENOX SOAP uuuy kiiows ienox, - 3 Bars for umuo Strong for fioQReway are now on our shelves Our stock will be larger Mr. H C. Chappell, 10c kaaJf-ynu-huy-Oloth- -- Clothes- - the mak- $25. ' We back-u- p ers signed gnarjuitee with our own, We'll sWV 50 Armour fc Co's greatest Wash Powders. Special, 3 cans for Light House Cleanser I r IUC cne-ss-pro- surprise yon with the style tit and service we can give you in Clothcraft Olothes. If you are curious, You run no risk in these ask to see our special Cloth- clothes at $10 to craft values at $15, $I8&20. A slightly st lish, sturdy, well-bui- lt blue serge of dependable quality 41 30 at $18.50. SUTTON & McBEE THE CLOTHCRAFT relatives and friends to mourn her loss. Mrs. W. P Rigsby is spending a few weeks with Mr Walter Turpi died at his residence here last Friday at 8 o'clock and Mrs. J, H. Rigsby in Preach p. m. He had returned a few ersville section. J. J. Painter, of d.ijs before from .Richmond,' Lebanon Jet., was with his mother under the Mrs G. E. Painter, last week. where he had been Gibson. He E. J.Hamm, of lTew Hope, spent treat mem of Dr v underwent an operation about two a lew days witi hi-- parens, Mr. vecks before, and it was thought and Mrs. J. D. Hamm, near here, that he was improving until early the first of the wtelr. E. B. New fn.iUj-lill, Liud was called home from Te'llico "FVidrty he was taken and lived ouly 1 few In urs. He Plains, Trim . on account j 1 f the is survived by his widow, his par seii .us iih.ess of his baby. His enth, Mr. and Mis O. VV. Tut pin. family have measles, but are ail two sisters, Miv. A. E. Albright improving, except the baby, and and Mrs. J. W. Ta'e, of this place as it has developed pneumonia, its two brothers, Bub Turpiu, of th"s reco ery is considered doubtful. county, and Forest Turpiu, of Mr. and Mrs. G S. Griffin, and Texas, all of whom were present Lee Arnold, of near Mt. Vernon, except the brother in Texas. The Mr. and Mrs. Nels Griffin, of "' l'uneial services were conducted Maretburg, Mr. and Mrs. Ben by Rev. D. Edgar AlleD at the Griffin, of the Hiatt Seqtion, and Christian churcq. after which his Mrs. Hall, of Livingston, attend-e- d the funeral of Walter Turpin remains "were laid to rest in the JJhristian church cemetery. He last Saturday. Mrs. Linda Benwas a member of tha Mt. Vernon ton left for Sweetwater. Tenn she will to ! Tuesday night, where Baptist Church We We regret that - make her home. the bereaved ones much ssvinpatby. Mr. and Mrs John Harp she decided to cast her lot elsewhere, and trust when she tires Jt moved Iiom the Walter Miller her Tennessee home that she wi of 11 property on Main street to R. S the new .return to Brodhead. Miss Clyde , Martina property near WT P A.. -- tlPhv Watson was the guest of her sister j uruuuus. Urc wi 1r . 3t lair - .. ;m. Me PrPfl Dnrhnm ln.!t Satnrrtaw Xivited .Mrs. Walter Robins aii ,1 l.V Robins was ' auu U..nJn,t jvjuu uuuuaijr. 'Vernon last week. Mrs. Andy ( Jjjattrdiea at her home in the in Lexingtoiandsrankfort Mon ':;Hiatt-eccioaThursday ' of last day. Mrs. x Aa. jsrewn, dook-keep. fortheCiuzens" Bad k, was was buried in the. Oak eek,-aX - Visttiog relatives' and iriends 4n Y H.nVeweterv the foil wing affcer-j ,,. . JJaDvule from Saturday until i. 1 n . "TllHfU kuv iHJivrs ner..usoanu, ' and a host of Thursday, miss iua v.arson was children tftO-smalHKODUKAi). 1 -r ex-end n STORE Leaders in DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES 3 Middlesboro, Ky., better even Dear Sir: I introduced a bill for the apfail to call propriation of money to have the and see our shoes Boone:Way surveyed. You have doubtless noticed tint a bill has before you buy passed the Lower House appro priating a large amouutof money to bedividtd among the states, for road building. The states agree- jgreeiug to put up. an equal amount with the Government. I think this bill will pass" the Senate and. hence the matter of building Boonway I fear will not be as it wou'd doubtless take the whole amount from the state in Mt. Vernon between trains ofKtntucky to build that one Siturday. Miss Hazel Reynolds road. You may rest assured that was doA-- from Mt. Vernon from I willlo all 1 can to procure the Saturday until Tuesday. Hemy building'of the Boonfcway. Very truly, Webb moved from one of T. M w. o bradiey! s,x. Adams houses to Negro' Creek Middlesboro Thr,ee States. section., A small child of Mrs. John Singleton s died last'Sa'tur-da- y PARENT AND 'TEACHER'S ASSOCIATION - - , and was buried in the Cris-tia- n church cemetery Sunday . The, meeting of., the Parents afternoon. John Penton left for audTeatJlmrs viU be" Paris and Millersbur Weiuesdavr .'larch 8'b. Wednesday, iiza. All where be will be until aboiit the parents ar? cordiaHys ivit-and d' first of April. TrT.heittey. A. .urgea to Sttend. Pike attended the" Kentucky Ba" Qpe'ningSong by " Associatiun '" " . Special Mu4c Week. Mrs. . MonJRerts Is An Address 'Jev Allen spending the weelrwHEheX sister . J3usinesS Meeting Mrs L. B. Hiltbh,-i- n Stanford. Adjournment. Ellen Manes, the only daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Wilev Manes. SPRING BLO.OD AND SYSTEM! 4 :ti 'CLEANSERS died at 3 o'clock .a. m. , Monday. with measles This isthethirji: S During" the..ivinter r months im- death iu their family since moving"- 4urjties accumulkte,' 'your blood becomes impure and i thick. ,vour here a few months ago, and the lkidney;srlyer and" 'bowels 'fairto -entire town and community ex worK, causing, capring tends to them much sympathy. Fever." Youee.1 tired, wea& and The little girl's remains wQre de lazy. Electric Bi'tteri the spring 1 i nr .1... . tonic and system cleanser is !1. J !.. i. , --. what you needr-ihe- y . stimulate m f j rcuitswrjr xueauay, uuer snore the kidneys, uer and. bowel to services by Rev. A. J, Pike. tohealttiy act onexpel bjoqd s A.M. Hiatt, of this placeg purities And restore your Health, Electric and Alien Hiatt of Quail, attenSpfetfe?Ktna,ld ambition. feel Jikene Mrl. Andy Hiattaflitl?rs-i?ake?-yqu- . the funeral ot 1 . ristart a fOUr. wpfebs1 trpnf.mpnh it: than Don't J and Dry Goods are not Groceries, of course, you about them right now. but we have such a big store of thein to close out that we jnst had to tell Shoes CORN Fine Sugar Corn nice and sweet, hard to beat Fine Can BEANS, " em-brace- d - per can, Riee Fancy Head 8c 8c 1CJ l E" ns CLOTHING, Underwear, Hats and "darned nigh" everything you can think of are to he closed out here this month. RICE .BEANS New Michigan hand-picked 8c Navy bpecial. 5 Wholesale You at can buy wholesale ' Beans. lbs for No-Ca- prices all during February 'in heavy rich Alaska Pink Salmon, packed oil, SALMON Special, 2c value 3. for rr f Remember ! This is 1 MATCHES the big 5c box BAKER'S ment and when advertise- - jl vxipiiai jw.iiii;us tJveiy one a good one. Special, Boxes for 10c SPECIALS Big-Stock U.G. advertises a Special Sale, "he has the goods to back it up. A FEW CAR-LOA- D .' AMERICAN FENCE - y' Low Prices PROGRESR STOVESf and iRANGES . t :- sq-caue- a -. FURNITURE and CARPETS Stoneware and' Hardware FLOUR, FEED and SALT Tie jm-Mr- tneuak -- -- er B churchy cemetery wiirput;you in ,ne shape for u " ciws ji in. spring work. Guaranteed. All Sunday Mr. 3ohVT. Cherry died DpiugisYs. 5qh and'fnoo. P at his residence jiearberQ after a-- H.,EBubken;'&' Co. Philadelphia " " f'-I lingering mne6Fmr thanfiteor W Mill oacuiuay.-- ft. -- yrJ -- months. It wUUbe remembered1 -- StrLff' C'ilK-LiTB teds - - thatheand.bis-.wiehadanat.- 1 W f k' L j - tack of pneumonia last' October,1 X KOR S'-rp LETCHER'S Cry U . G . Baker s 53 ROCKCASTLE The Right COUNTY'S ' HImH Prices tt r . Q c'! y - STORE - THAT - J3QES T rr -- y t . THE - 'S3wwf ggjjS'.WK- - JS- f- "f - V iiitimifiiiiSLGfailfT - M73tv? MT - It has on Wifv yesatlfl. and tn&rine stations lie has"beep:' informed, that ''The e important seaports, ready waitiog'policy" issot.er conserva1 hat undercurrent lias proved phet'e of "The Monroe Do-triEnd 'able fo,..p otet chizens of tive Statesman ship approved by FRibAYj Mar. 13. 19 14 Wires. Kockeastle will have a Nor does the word atlurge, con- - the'r owtfcoyernuient When the the wo: Id. candidate who will aillibifuce in slder the attitude of 'our union 'crisis ar5ygs Our government is bv no Published every Friday by due time and, his opponents will toward "The Worlds Pence " 'rVe Vstlidf Benton a British ?n the hands of ".Jingoes" m EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. 'certainly discover he is in the. We have assumed nd iut into sttbiect is being investigated, and controlled by tho Spirit, that race and in it to win. .ludee L.j practice the principles of arbitral if either , factional leader U re would pluuguji nat.on into war j lion, to ubscription one year $1.00 v. Bethurum is the inm.' avert war and bloodshed, j sponsible-- jie frill be called to ac-- I for the slight' provocation-- thit ' It is to be admitted taat provoking count MODEL AXNOIWCE AX AMAZISG J jt have so fa been viern-trate- .l. "Blood runs JhLker trial) n!niimclinfiiic .:.--t ;, iuuaiu). nri1T1. i ..wu.t,.-..- . Advertising rates made known on The OLIVER No. 7 a typewriter of superexcellence, We havenot in this wyuaua aamiuisirabion ? gioi in hasty re in iuc water ' and so Senator Joe F. Necessarily so in a country oven common withPfche world, does not view, taken notice of the attitude with automatic devices and refinements that mark the zenith application Bosworth. when told by his ridden and down trodden by men, j recognize, Hfoorteo or Villa's sup-wh- o and patience, of Great Britain to- - of typewriter progress. A marvel of beauty, speed .and easy brother Henry, the present Audicould not prevent, if they posej, heajUas the legal head of ward the policy. or the Spirit,, - n MEMBER OF 'rVnP.writ.i.i.r ,fmiwl to rl.o nil, nAU-P- r tor, who Willi ts to use th'p powers would the-- casualties r Mexican 'republic rather, of our Congress manifest' that bavebe KUNTOCKV PRESS ASSOCIATION which the new insurance law gives thus far oecu red '"hence the lack of any diret1 ed in the Panama Tolls questiou.l emDodies all previous Uliver lnno- S ULilVJn. him as a means of buildine ud a Some Americans hav been mis- - diplomacy leading to ihe correc The United States, the Inventor' vations ard new devices never before seen on any " .political machine for his coming treated, yea bnt.jhored. tioh.of the abuses named. and Sole prospector of The Mon- typewriter. A leap in nd wince w hit-l-i places Tlie Oliver ten frl4 KaMma 4n...1 1. Cvltf Trt ." ugim iui uuutiutiiunai iiuiiuis, Uuder the circumstuises it is: summarize. . ; ..,.;,, vWHR ahtMnA ort ;is f- llu. ... ..V.WVU, ... Kht tr, fl, -told Joe to vme and work for the perhaps unavoidable, unprevent- - ' The preaidehtjanri his 'advisers roe uiiuLTine, ana ine leaning pro : .. C i.UU IW l " ' "-rhoter of arbitration and a World- - J""J """" " inenactment of the Green-Glentouch, so easy to run, that experts are amazed. A model that 'and the diplimatic corps who dU-- ; peace compact, cannot afford at able. surance bill; Joe did so notwilh- Foreign nation are represented cus international questions are, this-stagof the war in Mexico, means to the typist deliglitiul ease of operation. standing the fact that requests at the Capital Oy. Thy ha e aReer,d practically so far a9 the pub-- ' model that means a higher st?nda"d of typewriting, to flare up in the spirit, of a Big There are eighty nine pauper from the business men and Com' Bally to reduce Mexico to a sense longer and better service counties in Kentucky. There are mercial organizations from neuily without a mile of her inferiority sixty six counties humble and The No. 7 is now on exhibit and sale at all Oliver every town composing the 17th tractable among the sister repnb branches and Aireucies thruout the United States. of improved road. For the fiscal senatorial district-ha- d asked Senthere was raised by year 1912-191- 3 'ics of the world. This virtue of ator Bosworth to vote against the THE EXECUTfVE'BOARD local taxation the sura of $2,000,-00forbearance in a desire for peace " measure. The Senator wants to OF THEpurposes. Eighty go for road is highly, commendable. Yea to Congress this time from per cent of this sum was spent for the Eleventh.- more! It Js in exact harmony but unless the vot maintenance- - But 20 per cent with the divine law. Whatsoever ' ers undergo a wonderful change V1Uj MEET iviUHiTik ye would that men shall do to you. was expended in the const rucion of mind, the'finacle Senator will MT.ZIOS1 BAPTIST OHURGH, NEARIATT. KV. do ye even'so to them. of new roads. That is. Kentuckv nnd that the people of this d. strict Saturday, March 28, 1914, atl:30$.m. of Again. .Thou shalt love thy last yeir sp;nt f ttand for a man wlio will heed a mud tax. The following program wiirbe rendered: neighbors as thyself and ihe anththeir wishes, 110 matter if he doe.4 These are facts to be consider have a The meeting will be called to order all :80-pm. by-thchairman em of the heavenly host ''Peace brother who wants tobuil . . . I. Devotional Exercises Pastor VV. H. Btanc on earth. Good will to men!" ed in estimating thepraciic.U value up a nice bttle political machine. Uoll Call and Report of t'hehurcties, to Kentucky if the State Aid Bill, Then let us be patient and prayRevT:;A, J. Pike Why Are Baptists So Narrow? passed by the House Fndiy, is erful that wholesome- indiscrimi After a man has bten eloquent passed by tueSsua o and approv for a (ew years he usually goes innate slaughter may be prevented, j ' ' ahd L. I?Gooch. ed by the Governor. such as might arie if forcible to politics and runs for office. What and The State, under this la"w, will Dense throngs turn out to hear 4. How bers To Why? Extent Should? V e'D'iscipline Qnrnly Mem- "Intervention, " shall be resotted an D. Edgh.v 'Allen, j;H Barnes. lo by any nation. raise for road purposes he sum of him speak, and as he describ.-- s Thos.iCliffr. and J. G. Fortney. will J). $600,000 a year. Th s su-7:15 p.m. Sermon by Rev. L. DG och. J. W. V. nobility of character which leads 6. 9 a m. Sunday. Song Service and Fevotion. by a like sum be supplemented Mt. Vernon; Ky. 3 his party to ignore its own inter7. 9:15 am. Relation of the Sunday School to the Chnrch and from the'Federal Government ests and pndtice bumper crops' . W. YV Brock, Ed. Albright, the World, ' the exact figures are 583.000. If when it is out of power the welkin Mf unrijins A." JPike J. FOR' FLETCHER'S - v5the amount raised by local tax- rings like a fire bell aid his friends' land J. JGlontz. , ation is decreased from $2,000,-000- bag him to get off the legislative 8. 11:00 a.m. Sermon. "The Joy of Salvation," "D;"Edgar Allen y. 15i:00;'M. Dinner. say to $1,200,000 ayear,-ther- ticket and run'for President. ' '"H .10.. 1:15 sharp. Stewardship, G, W. Martin, ' J.P.Phelps, will be available a combined The BarbOurville Advocate has Ve sha'l oven continue in e i e v model has more iir- - penny. After the same man has served' A J. Pike, stirred up a hornets nest among pro W. F; Jones," sura of $2,400,000 a year forthe ents. lefinements and new force our p pular Day the people for .,a few years he and C. K. Caimical. building of' roads. With this sum comes beck-:- V - " the Catholic papers by tlie publi - uses than vecan even enumerate purchase plan, the same as on 1.' 2:3' p.m. Why Is Modern Holines. Unsrlptural 1 D. Kentucky can in eleven years E..jdi;ar Allen, - L Gooch. cation ot a poem copied from the here. previous Ohver models. c county seat build a State-widpubli J. H. Ftrne5v J?M. Cummins, Menace, an1 Eloqukxce is the art of arrangThe OLIVER No. 7 equipped " ' The "cushioned key board with 'jF and J. C Clouse. ration of Aurora, Mo. The Mensystem stretching from" State line ing words to look like pictures. with the famous Pnntype if .. K new auto 12. "3:45 . Singing and Dismission. to State line and making every When a man is eloquent he is as ace is fighting Pope and hischurch anchor keys" and the without extra charge. Each church urged to send a large represe tation and!l.0Q. matic features mean less work for county seat the center of not less dcingerous as jl .he were armed claiming that they are the foes of ("R. L.Smith, eyes. You owe it to yourself to s?e than three, 90 per cent, of the with a largo club. He captures' all othor churches and organiza- the hands, less strain on the v Executive Beard j W.. M . Fukst . Ieso manual and mental effort. the new machine before you buy county seats the centers of from States and cities. by (firing large (j. W. Hilton. tions and area standing dangerto me- any typewriter at any price. Note taxWith all of f'ese masterly four to six roads built by local any country in which they gain reverberating jwords instead of e have its beauty, speed and easy action, chanical improvements ation, with Federal and State aid, cannon balls, at them and turns control and adds: "the history ....inlllllillilllllfllniiu, ' m forming connecting links in the murderers anS chicken thieve of countries'and people ruined by made the machine more beautiful its wonderful automatic devices. .11! III i illiliilaRrUullllllllllnllll State wide system. f them are religion. This church. and svmmetricab Prom every Try it on anv work that is ever loose.upon on'iunfortunate worldj. ; "Loral taxation would be reduced by making strong, menis down on all secret organization, standpoint The OLIVER. No. 7 done ou typewnteis. Trv it on weep un sixty-si- x many ki. ds of work that no other and yet the counties with til the jjaryjbox has, to be .bailed especially the Masonic, which attains superlative excellence. will do. no mile of improved road and the out as he tells UJow.badly organization gave that church a Nothing you could wish for has typewriter the priseighty-nin- e paupercounties would oner's family wifl feel if he heavy jolt some hundreds of years been omitted. The new devices' It is a significant fact that the isn't fare as well as, or better, than given another crack at .society. back by exposing and halting its refinements, improvements and typewriter that ihtroduced such their now more prosperous neigh operations; jet this church has the; conveniences found on the No epoch maknig innovations a visibors. most far reaching and most tire- represent an enormous outlay ble writing, Printype, etc .should '.Wilson Win? less secret society in the world in and vastly increase its value -- the be the first to imrodn.ee automatic Because the State and Federal the Knights 'of Columbus, work- price has not been advanced one .mfcth ds of operation Policy ah3The.Me3t- aid plan means the substitution ing in and out of season for the ' -- s " supervision and standarddominance- - of' chuich over state, ican Situation an easy and inexpensive matter. ization for the present happy-go- . and destruction o our common apply a coat of e lack of sys lucky, CHICAGO. schools. - America has been Oliver Typewriter. Buildiiiff, There is, in every community and you'll be delighted with mud holes of tem which make asleep loo long and today the Pope its fine result! and your owngvork. six sevenths of&entucky's roads an eiemeni in society tnat is senr with his church has almost a sative.- - Who are easily offended; .C Pee Gee makesold furniture, for the winter months of each strangle holdA on our country's who resent the slightest hint that worn floors and woodwork look like new year. throat and the days of ihe Inquiseems to be insultry and at once again. Try it. The General Assembly of 1912 sition would no doubt he repeated seek revenge. created a State Bureau of Good should they gain the power they Pee Gee is a Slain and Varnish The bully, usually seeks to .Roads. lender the McDyer-Bos-wort- b combined. Comes in Jl Natural Wwdtolors, are fighiingl'or every day by all e- provoke insult in order to .get a ai While, Gold and Silver Enamel ' &ll?slzes, Bill no money will be paid the dark means possible." pretext for being abusive, even .out to any county until the roads PEASLEE-GAULBER- T CO T VVffWaAH overbearing and cowing his vicA TEXAS WOiNOER. 1uilt ia that county conform to tim into : : : HLouisville, Ky. Manufacturers t terror. ini Jll liBriirW t the standard of construction fixed The Texas Wonder cures kidney This class is made up chiefly of by the Bureau ofRoads nor until and bladf'er troubles, removing plLeuiM ,, Wm braggarts, who for the most part adequate provision has been made grauel, cures diaoets, weak and The are lacking in true courage. for their maintenance. ll irregularities of the kidneys If they have any courage at all roads will then be part of a State in boty men and women ad system. They will not then be it is of a brutal kind, that seeks Regulates , bladder troubles in to inflict punishment or crush its the plaything of the 'local politicchildren. Ifnot sold hy your antagonist iuto object submission. ian and the occasion for unavail-- " druggh-t- , wili'be sent by mail on Our national "Jingoism" a riss '. ing protest from their local receipt of !t oo. One small bottle from passion nurtured by this . If the Commissioner of in two months treatment, ndsel-Jotype. Roads fails to do his duty by each surely depend upon you can tails to perfect a. cure. S'"d We have instances on record in Governor, and every county, the the for testimonials from his and other last Monday. J0.ofdock American history, where this spir in time of trouble is your bank acwho is the head of Che State and states. Dr.' E. W. Hall, 2926 led to war and bloodshed. ' probated and Olive street, St Louis, Mo. Sold . ".will of the late John responsible for his appoiutment, it has Better to acquire count We believe the Spanish-America- n can be made, through the pressure of by Druggist. being read as follows: . war might have been averted, you have big one by depositing of public opinion, to remove him. life preserved, and the same or. ; sound mind and member, realizing theon- ,, iVIt-VernoThe State Aid Bill.'if it becomes in BLOOD better results attained bv deplo-macy- , law, means a State wide system of of lifet do hereby and r bar&xi You'll Find the necessity of thinking before by arbitration if you please POISON good roads, it means a uniform f paying a great Incentive to saving. When the Spanish beloved deem a duty I owe to system of good roads; it means an The destruction-otrouble comes what you have been prevented Navy, does not add much luster, aeramr inuUont equitable distribution of the T IS and mUUom of bequeath to her all gtnos that grow from flittering away will make a comlbitable our national prowess, or militram one or two thit money raised for good roadspur-poses- ; to got Undr tho tkia balance . renown. and into ti blood. Therefore real and . it means the substitution tary ft. SIX'S Once upon a time, not so Ion J of organized effort for lack in of W!t. I pleasure she have all ago, some drunken marines in a of organiza-an- d many instances both ppUed rlsht awiy would hare killed those few South American seaport, while tp do Mrss axf kept tatse millions from being born. as she deems best, and 1 he of effort; it means a definite To bar a Be box ot this salre readr 'or enter. genolaa, ak (or Dr. BU's jimarpnc Satvm. undertook to paint the and fixed responsibility for the administratrix MTH It By Th B.U" appoint her as red and were rough handled expenditure of the public money town by police. Uncle Sam steamed hand. by bond given for public needs. It could by no into port with an iron-claand . possibility be a worse system than April, Strayed: Hog, sow, weight bullied the natives into an apolothe present. It may well be beabout 100 pounds color red- - came of mind. tt lieved that few better systems getic frame to my place about Jan. 2oth. The "Wilson Administration" Times can be devised:-Louisvi- lle Owner paying damage may obtain Kern County has room for 200,000 settlers. This may seem its diplomatic corps with the pres same. impossible to jou but not so when you know that Kern is as big v Senator Joe F. Bosworth was ident, at Its head seeks to'avert rdgj Edd Bullock, s It is a wonderful county ns the who'e State of Massachusetts home over Sunday and was look- war. Ky. 6 t. Cove, Mar. and hundreds are makirg good here. pplicy ing after the interest of his candi-- " The conservative element of dacy for Congress. While there Americans, and European couu "We have issued a beautiful booklet telling much about Kern the bred Imwrance has been a half dozen other parties tries does not want war. bounty. This booklet will be sent to you free, together with I The masses in our own and the Great Commonwealth, repfesenfejj by of as Dossi-bj- e in the district spoken 31 map of California and a copy of SUNSET MAGAZINE, the ut.CUUn, candidates, so far no other has foreign countries do not take, cog J will . h monthly guide. f the hcrmeseeker and settler, if yqu will send rldcal drujggist Chas-- C AIvaysJutM ever announced himself and there nizance, of the tremendous re. ten cents in stamps to help defray the cost ot mailing. BQ you! their policfes; of is an undercurrent tkat there will spons'tbility assumed by ourcouri-'- j SUNSET fttCAZME SERVICE BUREAU, Su rruckt, CaffmU HgSAtarvof be no other candidate out and try among the family ofsations. protection I is nown jh general ottha X that Senator Bosworth will have Little . the-baring 1 VFRNON SIG NALla 'f liaclf ''V4 norilirla.iVUtjoHfrin, alid ne I ( Announcing "'The New Typewriter z AE 1 1 ? OLIVER No. I ..ffii-ionov r7 I 1 I - i- . 1 1 le io. g self-actin- - ,,,1, n ! e -- R O R M 0 - ROCKCASTLE ASSOCIATION -' . e mr-fifth- s ! ,- - 11-1- 4 Children Cry - e ' it -- 1 sa -- - J .- e, 1 Anti-Catholi- 1 de-Mre- d. - -- 1 IllMiiSE! 1Tb RE-NU-LAC fiOl "Make Ybuf ! OM Furniture LobkvBike New The Waiting of-syste- devil-may-car- PelGee The OLIVER Typewriter Co. RE-NU-LA- ! RE-NU-L- JOHN ROBBINS Brodhead, Ky. -- vic-liras- 'iTHE .WILL WAS PROBATED," On p.mv at Smith was "1, John Smith, my The Helping Hand most start what n- m a - ctainity it The Bank of wtfit Marytowilland that d personal it v;haveboth Is my that have that with it, my withlt my own out This 1906; thisth J4thdayof 'JOHN SMITH. Antiseptic Salve The Bank Vernon Kern County, California' Wants Farmers N Bt -- IxAAi to state that J SmithV.estatelwii i$2;000 Gompay, Kentucky - gla'tbshow Davaio CASTOR A is && X - .;! ??mii"'tsam' r Uemrvv. vtf - r - giJTi?' - " . 4ZgrUk:z Wi uv .. m - . .1 -- R"aaBjMiBBlBWMiM'BBB'BM I ti " ' , lislike to pross swprdswith a MARKTBURG. . a good mar, like Mr. Maret.but he Sliftton &.M.cBee is the onfc that declared wat and . Walter Sowder has measles. The Farmers Supply Co., filed Mt. Vernon, Ky Mar. i.3, 1914 , Jude G, .M. Ballard, of Mt e will still continue tt ' shell the Siiii Roberts has-beevery aide . "'" their articles of incorporatio 1 Vgruoii, was in. our town Tues fort . for. the past few das. Mrs untilhe sends ,out a flag of -tip "No. 79" wtt'eo Thtfi7thAntiual Conference lor day, -- J. R. Walton has been very waa toCommuni nQ 7 truce or begs for quartfcr. so what I Jonas Brown has been verv sirl--. The House or Good Clothes. ., SSrmtJi .. will hfi .jjicts. . tVtP ..... cats with SIGNAL w :i. iur a r uays. norn .10 lot is. your trump, Mr. Maret? "Mrs. but is improving some now. Mrs. Everything new to wear at very "?f"iir.n.t'nn in . low j 7 to 10, wife of Alvin Argenbright, a held in Louisville, April low prices. tine W. M. Preston and children are Delia Adams of Mt. Vernon has 1014. boy on the 7th. Died: Monday Sutton & McBee. visiting relatives at Boston this been visiting Mr.-anMrs. John - This conference will be made up .the 9th, a little child of Mrs, week. Mt. Vernon, Richmond and rof the Mr.and Mrs. J. W.'Sams Owens for the past week James editors. Laura Mahaffey. Mrs. Ed Quinn Thompson has been very sick "for Winchester, are the same distance, jarm ers, doctors, preachers," 0f "Par'isj was. here Tuesday visit have returned from Pittsburg, the past few days, but is improv from Louisville, i99 miles. women and business men in Ken ing ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. where they went to attend the 4LOUISVILLC&NASHVILLCR ft. CO. funeral of Mrs. Sams' motjier, ing now. Mrs. Harrett Owens George S. Griffin - and Fred tucky and the entire South B. Hayse, Miss Nettie Rice, who has beerr visiting her sisterMrs. TIME TABLE. Faker, are in charge of the busi The Conference is. financed en- has been very sick for a few days Mrs. Pittman. J. T. Omary, ,who has been v.erysicfk for a few days, Bettie Robinson of Mt. Vernon. 22 ucrtn... 4.59 p m ness of the Geoige S. Griffin Co., tirely by the Southern Education i& muqh improVed.. Mrs. Nora is some, better.- - -- Mrs. Roy; This store has made specisil Cox, Charley Bethureirf of Mt.' Vernon . Board which spends thousands of Jenkins is visiting her sister, Mrs 24 nortn prep:ti-ation3:53 am Livingston. for a larye Katcr who has been visiting relatives- at has moved his family "near Mret-burg- . business . We are showing everydollars annually on ' the" program EdQuinn,of Paris, Ky. 33 south am ii'.43 thing that's new in men's fashIt is a mighty good idea to know London, has returned home. Albert Owens niakesThis J2i South Niceley was in our town Tues Mrs. ionable attire 12:19 am that you are always placing the and its speakers. There are fro Every departJ: Nicejeyand Mrs.- - Oliver regular calls at Spiro. Ralph ment is replete with the season's feeSTiorduesofany kind. Every day.S.-Frankliu, of Mt. VerIas. Landrum, Agent. blame where it belongs before, mosi wanted styles, and our exone who enrolls will also receive a non, was here between trains, Wallen, of Mt. Vernon, were here Bradley died at.his home Sunday hibit of jPhone No. 8. making accusations. morning at eight o'clock and was Mrs. J. T. Omary is copy of the 'printed proceedings Monday, n route, home from Ber- Monday. l. buried Monday afternoon at confined to her" room with grip. Blue of the Conference. 12 98 will get an Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice i tha, Ky. Mrs. Mike Faning, who Mrs. W." 6econd-ciasmail matter. as G. Niceley has returned Maretburg Serge Suit. Would cost $15 anychurch. He has a ,Thasubjectof has been very sick for some time home afterafe-J- r days' visit with number of friend at this place. where except at Sutton & Mc Beet's. this year is 'How o Organize, is gradually growing weaker. ?10, $15 & relatives at Berea. Judge-- . Sum- Mrs. A. B. Sams of noar thic to Remember the tariff is off. PERSONAL and Build up Country Life." The Mr. and Mrs. Charley Rice, of mers is on the sick list this week. is very, low with measles. Miss Willis McKenzie will move bis method will be demonstrations, Frankfort .Chester Landrum is at work on Mrs.Rice's Squire Arnold attended the fun Ethel Owens visited friends and poolroom to the basement of the 1 exhibits, conferences, and address- parents;; Mr. and Mrs. H. Witt. thpj. &E. ft. R. rhlQ-on'aor- l eral of his broth Walter relatives in Mt. Vernon last week J il4Cll Gill ICQU Mrs. E. S. Albright has been Rockcastle, and the r.oorh now oc es. The leading men engaged in Mrs, H. D. Magee and children Turpin', at Brodhead, last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCall have very sicfc'during the week wUh cupied by him will be used by tbe I building country life in America, lefr.fcuv Cprbipi, Sunday, where J, G. McKay was in Louisville returned from Tennessee, where will be. present at.this greats meet she wii jojn her husband, who Farmers Supply Co. tonsihtis. surpass any line ever shown in latter part of last week. County they have been visiting for the ing- has a position at that place. C.E, Fine dress goods, pretty em this city. Mrs. W. G. McBee is with her Clerk S. F. Bowman, of Mt Ver- past few weeks. Lester Emrick 2 A state-widcommittee compos Rice from Lexing non, was mother, Mrs. Southard, at Stan- - broideries, beautiful laces, every here between trains, Wed- is at home with his parents, for a thing that is ;nifty and a' tractive ed of. farmers, business men ton. W.G. Niceley, was at Berea nesday. Mrs,' Samuel Owens iord, for a few days left few days. Mrs. Maud Ballard women, educators,1 - 'doctors, Tuesdey." Bora to the wife of !for ladieS- - are now arriving at A recent letter received by Mr. preachers,.asid: tiditors" I 'hjjs. been iiill flausel, on the 6tn, a tine boy. Wednesday for .Greenwoodi Ark., and chilren of Brodhead, are visit Su'ton & McBees, nn1 mi - t r C. Moore from Chicago, reports 3. where she will make her future lricr Mr . ohu Hr..- a. joert uwens. .uf, 4'coi8&iitee appointed W-bjsfBcv ,Rov . Fenwicti, . who had his GmtwmK j Bro. Harper returned Mrs. Moore imprm ing slowly. J. B Not: will begin as soon as (he Hon. Johnson. U Camden, cf no'jsehojd goods stored at thi home. from Lanvt ill permit, the erec caster where he has . been in the Uncle Henrv Fish wili go to j the Versailles is Pfesfdent, Mr.: J. B. place, shipped thern Monday t piyiu story framr Judah, a leading business man of hospital for the past few weeks fllle Old Mason's home at Shelby-srill- lion of a Rice two Springtieli, wuere he wm maje The meeting is still going on at to Spend the i of his d;.ys. business house, on the site where .Louisville, is Vice President, and hhu iuture "home. A aeries nf W. R. Thomas . who has been Maretburg. he 1 now doing businesa. He wi 1 T. J. Coates i Secretary,-- They seem to b Mat Owens f inaery meetings Aviljuegin at the Christt sick for some tima is very low. having great success. his present building to one s5iious condition and but lit: e Rtad the announcement of the atutday .he 28th ot Willie Fain who ha been tele fide to continue business in, until 'Confefencg- for Educat.o in the hi- - ever beitu-- j.ny better hope of 4JIS UiOUtf); conducted bj, Elcer graphing at vVill w, jCv., t te at 5outh,"..to be Jicld in Louts vi le, li .er anil ,a til's. Joseph vtiti a Mari m i"amlin has lHuht t'le new mil is completed. jj0 me. Emuiei- - Bryant was .., iss Pora Lee Smith, who was April 7th td lprh, and plan to go aibi'il a llK'e yl.a ;u r, ijiveuiic, 01 FIELD property : 0J1 pulpa, and home possjble. 6 ,.tciuiOii, re ine uouie alter 7, ,.. -Saturdd and (.K bundar. .. Subject "Mow will mov here the first ! next !to have gjven a recital m die. tf ,.ifk wniia.nB ,.t I"..u..( i,x VUIU1U !." Farmers all uver th sttr Grafted School building tonight Organize and Build Up Country week viMv wan nio miner, visitiu-- - her cousins, Miss. icwau Mamie I JYI. ., ': r.if are tadfcg advantage of tbe .J wpnds has:8na McHargue J. U1UU,T Robt. Cox of the firm of Robert was called by telegram to Rome, rs Jas. Rpbt wholesale cash prices on field Ga., and she requested ustoposf " . country returned, iiont Lexington, Ky-- - ingon. it t at. If yqq are iotejested in 2c E. B. Cox was in Louisvihe a aiea the home other seeds being made by W. pone her recital until a later date. :lffe inany way,dpL. not fail to at- - Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gilford, of tew days this week buying spring daughter, Mrs Fred Cottongim, Bush Nelson of Lexington We felt we could not refuse under tendjthe Tjouiayille Conference, Piuev.illes Ky., are visiting Mrs. goods. and. was buried here 9, few days Ky. White to him for price the circumstances. Her expenses April 7th"to 10th. TJie subject 0! Gilford's'.partnts, Mr.-a- na Mrs, ago. From what' we " have heard, Miss Beitie Maris and Mr. Eulist and samples and save would be heavy and her compen- your'special interest will be dis- - Joe Sambrootc, Tbe Baptists tbe wedding bells will soon be gene Hackney, of London, were middle mans profit. probablyr be light, as she rcussed; sation There's a thousand-and-on- e have closed their meetings here! ringing in.Tft-- e guasts of Mr.and Mrs.W. B. Fish Hill. Edgar Cotreasons why you should wear was to have only one half the-- " proThe Conferences of Country with several addiiious to the tongim of Livingston visited relFish's Guaranteed Clothes. overiaunday. ceeds from her entertainment. Women in Louisville, April 7th to. church..- ?- Mrs. "ji. D. ook and They're Unlike Any Other atives bej e the latter part of the Young men who .Rev. Metzler of Maysville, However, she will cbmeton'a later 10th, will have much that is valu-abl- e daughter, Miss Ltda, were called week.-4fiev- i. formerly had their clothes made L. J) Gooch will n OLD DOCUMENT. presched two very interesting ser-Bio- n date and the public will have an to order, and who are now wearfor the home life: Modern to Mt.Vernon, Sunday, on account a series of tneetings at the ing FISH'S GUARANTEED Rev. James W. Riddle has in at the "Presbyterian church opportunity to hear her. CLOTHESarebetters&tisfied and conveniences,. Cooking Home In of tbe serious illness of Mrs. Baptist ghurch Saturday night. his possession an old deed or land Sunday morning and evening. are paying leas than half. Ask Household-Management.c.ook'sraother, Mrs. Jerome Lair Maret's friend, Will Owens,! dustries, .any. . man- - who has worn these On account of ill health Mrs. G GAv,Murpby was in. Louisville, Mens Suits as high as $20. and grant issued m I787 at Richmond, At least fourj women ought to go .garments. Virginia,, by Gov. Edward. Ran B. Lawrence will soon leave for an Livingston's valued Livingston. ' We are showing lots of styles lpwJas45-- at -i- ittbri McBee's. dolph tysiWilluotiRek-krepbrter,-- ; basing kmblsted"tatrr f roujLfiaph-'CoiEsq.i. in favor of Samuel ' in the very newest fabrics light extended visit to her brother, W:be able to do hetter than qus oeen in cne soutn ipr some dark, and medium We guaranMilton Miller McCoy our Taylor for one thousand acres of J. Newcomb at Ft. Worth, Texas. M. (with his pen in poetry), laid castle tee a perfect fit before a suit ; visiting; Xime relatives here thanks for late copies ofjthe has .c that? . , leaves this store, and make no Pacific land lying in. Lincoln county, Ken - himself open for.a regular cyclonic C. D. Sutton of the firm of SutSmith ha,s moveo:: his extra charge for alterations. The countyminister and county Let Us Show You a Suf t for Caster oon & McBee was in Louisville "come back," but. Will, having family from Hazel Patch jtb Ford Commercfal Advertiser, published tucky, on' north bank of Rockdoctorwill find much of prapttical prices range from H.'T., (Hiwaii Terri-tory- castle. Copy attested by J. A. tfirst of the week buying goods, to lost his spectacles, it was decided $10 00 to 120.00. .value .to them at the Conference dollow. Raines Ncal has moved be-Miller, a Mt.Verijbn, boy 13 Grant, R. L. A. and Richard gentlemanly radaVto-thei- ralready first class that it wouldn't .dis family Jtp, McRoberts, .Ky., in the service o the U. S. army Sharp, D. R. The tract was up art to jump ou a defenseless man, in LouisyjUe. Apr.il 7th t6;16tfi. :stock. where a position. Mrs and is although Mat Foure offered During the Louis ville C6nferi Simpnn&Mat present located at Fort the river above Livingston when "We Stand By What You Buy' "TlORr'InivTJ h. hwn iumt C. E. Evans, Fiel 1 Worker for WW TV.1JT ' :WV. ?" Will the first time lie saw ence the-- Boys' Clpbs wilftceritei Rugtr oti that far away island this territory was a portion of Lin-- ' a ulie Christian Endeavor Societo, him. The boys " coin county state of Virginia. dispatcher's their attention, uponthcuitiva.-tion- . s:cit iot iew;aays. j. n; riayse of the Pacific, taaTBaW in. oas moved" hid family into the jgiveavery interesting talk o office ai'e uugejerous of coVn f and pigs? tTif'yOu to .this same Taylor had various I Two-o- f the four fire insurance iCruger propercy. r xirs.. , I"4, the members of tbe local socieiy say Will knows whre ne leit the want .abetter! tracts 01 land ir. this- cornvaud pig's, this Neinbo?, alter a' Hast night at the Christian cnurch. tev Xajro' .ioic eompv.iiea epre.set ted at Mt. parts ot the in mntains. and other" "ZtS5 t spectacles but fears to go back year thanyQU thact last? Thjs The Con-- 1 with relatives nurKnox vide, Tenn.', Veinon, have ceased operations Mr. and Mrs. G. S Hiatt and after .them. ways also had warrants- - lor thous- -i Franklin has soldi conferenco .w'ril help. you..(x , Sfefiiitied 'tfdmfeMts-- . R. & and in the final wind up. it is ex Mrs. Mattie Mullins were in Louis- himla new pair. ine gtrr wno jvants tp.-o- an bemonds" and "daughter, Miis pected that there will be only one ands of acres in this county. Con- ville during the week. WMle ay station and Pst office in nortn Miss McCord and her' faculty expeft in canriingand in poultry. Elizabeth, ttre Ky., company left to handle tbe busi- -' portion ot tne county was fthere Mrs. Hiatt bought her raising shbhld,, if possible; attend this Week.- -. G. p. named Clay, a home "Cook found a ness, the Henry spring aud summer line of millin- proved very entertaining hostesess for the Conway family - The in Louisville, April queer specimen pt a watch in Conover at the open meeting of the Woery. the c impany which can not very well Rand Land Company, composed 7th and 10th. s She will also re- coal Club, held at the Langdon at the pump the other day. leave the state. Rev. Geo. S. Watson has been a man's principally of Richmond parties, Dormitory on last Friday evening. ceive practical, hints on house and perhaps it was thut-- Big Ben. MT. VE11NON, KV, mast welcome visitor to our town Miss ' ," BETHURUM & LEWI S bought the Conway holdings in Grissom delighted the guests arts. AJr.. Maret talks watch which Pron tRooms r Baker's Store sinee "Wednesday. He brought RocKcastle, and they and their with music. Following was a Phone 49-about and he gave it toS.C.Frank-lin- , Attorneys at' Law two young ladies from Owsley predecessors manufactured and LIBERAL COMMISSION AND who in turn gave it to Maret, county end placed them in Lang-do- n short program which wa's thor- SALARY to look-afte- r ' shipt millions or feet of lumber Offices in Bethurum Bldg. oughly enjoyed. The subject, so look out this Week, we will get Memorial school. from these lands. in your community. Inter"Good Road," was discussed and A Burlington paper reports the inotjher bltek eye. We very much WilL practice in all the Courts. Little Georgia (Tucker) Lang-tfor- Judge Brown, in response The endorsement on back of esting, dignified hdalthfurWk . snowbird having apto a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. call for a above mentioned grant appears peared International .Magazine Company , speech gavert history of there in considerable numthe following: J. S. Langford, has been very low road building in Kentucky. Judge II9 W. '. ''Sam'l Taylor, bers two weeks since. By the with measles and pneumonia, but Grant 1000 acres, Lincoln county, way have you seen a snowbird Bethurum spoke on the present " the change for bettor has comer and proposed- - road Examined and recorded, Book'13, Sutton-McBee: will have the since the English sparrow made law of Ken- which we are glad to be able to ucky. Page 439, fee 50 cents." lergest and, most complete line of E. R. Gentry spoke ont its appearance? jreport. the ways of arousing Good Road .Millinery goods ever carried iu this ..town; hats .tiaeUf f 'roinHo Frank Miller, with the R. sentiment. "Miss McCord-eoached-- v.. 10. t Co., of Chicago, was here the program by emphasizing Good FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHERS week to see our merchants. Roads as Fundamental to tbe Sucthis Foe Sa.e :Fjitt black: M inorca Frank is a very successful sales cess of churches and schools. - Eggs. 60 cents per setting. , man and his friends in Mt. Ver"Misses Mattie .Huff, Bae-HunMltsw.-i,cOt-Tiam aaam a mr aaaaaBBva' ' aaaat - ABaarMj. w . non are glad to know that he is Berths. Lytton, Arizona'Coldiron, , y V: Mt,tVerriQaKy. doing so well. BA-Nand LucySkidmore served refreshPEOPLES $ $ E; Thompson who has been ments of ice cream, cake, coffee STijtAYED: A . yiarting1 horse J. : cprt; ar&-by- , in the Norton Infirmary, Louis and watfrs. . Hghrv jirad foot will ville for the past zuonth, as a reArrangements for "the phcing whie, lefty pmxiSdaday',' -.Tf.gS i sult of a fall which para lized bis of a ?? Jeading;:his;' jeJye ry" ;" the Wind"'Blbws ! "Boone Trail"1 marker 'doth'S' wifi'beaijoieciatea. 1fHTAT lower limbs, was brought home $ Sunday. He is gradually improv- farm of Phillip Tv'Allin, nekr Liv; M Marti as ingston, Ky., were" considered at , 'DiidlA.-Erving and the physicians say that in vsm-emeh. 27-b- t. J. t: flfllrv.fi-iitf'iK- r alr rtr the regular March' meeting of the r'i. will be alright. a short time he X). A. R., . U. E Jones- - sofel his 22? acre John Marshall Chapter, the Wonderful of the farm nearLtVingstpn, but oyer in at the Louisville Hotel. MiaykP LOCAL A committee to make prepara- the edge-.- ; o Laurel county to tions for the placing of the 'milk- Andrew'Gabbard of Jackson! conn- Bwrffin, i - More dollar shoes at Fish's. er was appointed as follows: Mrs. tyjor $800.00. . 1 -"' 'vn 1. Phillip T. Allin, the chapter's rep"Today is Friday and the 13th. 1 Buck French sold $ his farm ot ? flour! Board has passed an resentative on the State Commit- 190 acres, 4 miles South of LivThe Town "M T ordinance prohibiting the opera- tee, chairman, and Mrs. James B. ingston to tt Cope from J;ack ting combination veading slot ma- Camp, Miss Ida May Johnson, son- - cburityyfor $1400.00 ' Ui. Miss Susa T. Greenaud Miss Gul-lio- n, .ji--' . wn chines within the town limits French hasr-rio- t ye.t decided where ca&e of Carrollton, all of whom are , '. -' -- v Boone Way Fund. Laib Co., related to the Boone family. Mrs he will locate. oiorMniila Z Vi i Eyery Banking Facility v .? 3ri5-s.,a.::- r Loaisvilfe, heatmg aad plub- Camp will unveil ,JA.TL of ,?A -i-- i-i Among thaJist of Mt. yerhon the marker.' xuue jnasanff ' :. r zzi 'ag supplies, w9c joined ike Band Mrs. Allin invited the chapter and Rockcastle aoMfier ,aoys,vkil- ..and paid is ttc fee ia greeabacks. members to be her guests for the the Convenience ;of the People aectria W. arrive from occasion and $re8entef.tb .ihe' Will KirW a proceed chapter, in Mr. AJJinaajeejiaJ ujj ituuii.uiv&rLTir'juuPs riY Low-Cu- MT. VERNON SIGNAL t Shoes at .." ;' .Conference foEdtica tfnn In f nt n . last-week- 79 .f LI VTNGsTONi n d leading-eiJucalors- ," Prepare FOR s EASTER FISH'S Suits . -- Ex-Sheri- ff . all-woo- a tvitbe-Gonferenc- e $20 are-visitin- g' SPECIAL er-in,.la- w, -- e has-returne- d . ." 5 1 w-ah- er e, hill. rt-.s- U-'cl- e iin-ouurc- - 1 0-1:- S'ttfi -- - - '.:'.. . -- -- be-gi- -- n o, fJi?-?-5ewh- i . - -- . is-:- --B- uT ). a . - " .- -. en-.ug- n -- - -- -- r. xxcg RH o-e- The uasn store -- gxxc Dentist S. . our-busines- 333 d, old-fashion- & ith 1 1 ROYAL - Children cry OJiildreix Cry t, R '' RAKIN6 HOiVD iifcs t . CASTORIA .CASTORIA 3t Ws A $ K In-orai- Greatest Straw Showthe- Way - wSY .-- J. "- -- r e Iaggar.jro;te so ilmptii to the a - Have you' Noticed Growth mtikkf thi perfect short cake, bitctiit aod ana improves tne nayor ana heiEi!aies of rjm $ PEOPLES BANK there's a reason. m. a-V- i..,!.-'4---.- 4- ?-- i&!imm.mmm ot i.i.Lj auu saurc j' uiu j t.1. mora the and nutritious, at l em more siiat; - m $ SFE AND SOLID -- i- aaBBBjaMaaa the Mt. stone upon whicbaeaaw,ii ftftecMc light afeat. Tke rest, ad.wkich wfltfbfc "'(?i'frc ljpief air two ota or Lthe quarry q mt atWQ&tOtt ?3 mf m&mmm.i& STuTltHs on'Siie. - !& ''2iift2. f For - AMPLE RESOURCES $ w' - oaaruu.. theam:mK &i&wmxJw&MMsm xwA? -- je4jUaaaai -- ?ri . 'jaaaaaaab'.' : - fPi--M- x ? -h-wmvm a Baaaaaaaaaajaiai- $" x f&KN&:-- -' $ $ '- 'i- - A- - 1 t ? v ; -- 1 - . ', f . i JPHTaTT 13 FADED i 3& tSnflnfti - - v -- . c& - . .'.;. r. rr: i'i iWfrst-'- ? H UUMtMiMauaiMMteiMaUBMU COVE l Jfif J1 F-- witheMs t. 11? as. C. Davis Mr. Vernoo ICv. i Chas.C Df'ViS - Mr Vj Ky in ' -- n 11 j 1n . rr Mtillms have moved ,' b.ujk li from n n. Mrs. hlora Eagen i . ;. My Phone No is (39) thirty-nin- e We open shop at 7 o'clock a.m. and run open shop til! 9 o'clock p. m You hours. are cordially; welcome in our place at any time during pur shop We don't want anything yon don't want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let us show you,-- . to sell you CHAS.C. DAVIS Mt. Vernon . ': Ky. .MMfcEZ2ZSI - ir&&iii&&a&&at& nfxt Men' sick, at this wr.ting. Tom Min-l1- o place Little Miss Leura Lovell vX- M'rcIfOr.rO 4,. 1 will SP.U'.at 'ot Burr, l&visitmtr nor grandfather public, adcLTou'to the' hip best and has been sick is slowly improving, J. O. Lovell. Mr. aud Mrs Flim !l).e-t- , hiddVilh"e foTiowin'f describe Well it has been some time since Parrot t were the guests of Mr and r Jed properTy;' J read any news from Withers., so Mrs. Neal Parrott Saturday night. My Farni, cmfs sjihg or 147 4 I thought I would try and orsise Emery Bell of Burr, visited acres, 100 of raoreott which is in our little, town anyway, of course ouHivat'.o'n? 'This farm lias about we all praise our town the nu st. relatives at this place Sunday. Misses Virgie, Susie, and Grace 11 acr- s wheat and about 3 acres This Urvn would be bettei is R dd e. wer? the guests of the ' r oats already sowed on it. Has there were i.ot so many Republit little friends Misses Nora and plenty ot water, several never t: cans here, hey gather round h id Sunday. Mi-- s - Near schools and say, i'll tell you boys Wilson is filza. Shepherd spnnsV Dona Lovell is with rehtives at this cause of these hard times. I'll s..iuiLinyi auuMirronnorn Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. ' ne:ghbors., fHvill "aUr sei n just spend my . opinion on this Kiddle, visited Mr. and Jeff Lovell same day," 4 tine Saddle aid Hi". subject. It is not working and bid Sunday. Lrttle Miss Hazel .nes ManR.'2i4fii:e Milch Cows, 3 management that is the matter, Owens of near Mnple Grove visit16 haul fineSheep not because Wilson was elected jvearliudaH-fi-- : ed her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs 7 Hop. 2" Farm ,Vaprons-;- :1 Super that makes hard times. If we . 0 Owens Sundiw Kinley ior Wheat" priil,"-- 1 :Jow"rr ' ard i ill a 1 work as we' should, none Kirby visited friends at this phce Ra'e.'i newJEmpire flora Drill 1 of .us will stirve. Wilson is good Sunday. Miss Lillie Loved and liugg. smneU.orn, Hay, Wh.at, enough for me to call President, little brother Leonard, visiter SheilPd Oals., A'l household all 0. K Well before I brinsr mv their grandfather J. Lovell and kkcljeu 'furniture.- - farming i letter to a dose I wish to speak j Wednesday and Thursday. -- Mi will '6e sold at same tirnt one word lor Booneway, just to and Mrs. Ned! Parrott, spent Sun- .Sale bcigins promptly at 9 a ra think of a nice pike, I wish ther d iy with Mr. and Mrs. R B. were pikes everywhere made of Shepherd leruis: Everything w. 11 be Worlie Proctor of the for cash in hand and everything marble,lfor President Wilson to Maple Grove vicininy, attended will be' sold. Remember the Date ;walk oh. 3 cheers for frood roads tVla RlWIn . .,1 r?r,: I and come early next. Monday at md G for Wilson. Sundav. jrm rveLGik'lCy., - !: A "M'-J- "IU- - inilo ' i:ni ill of f Blanche Ky.Mary Mitlhna is '. at, n oC , ; Mrr Xlrn -- ,.. Morgan, .. jf . .. . ' ' -. IPxvw M LlfiNl Children Cry for Fletcher's 11 - il-i- ?g u . The Kind YOU 1Tn.V Altmra Ttnnl.t .1 i l In use for over SO years, Las bomothe sifrnature of and, has been made under his per-rrf sonal supervision since its infancy. AJlow no one to deceive yon in this. Imr Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the " are hut health of infants and Children Experience against Experiment. i. OSgXGr. ViTr. -- Just-as-go- od " : " a-:- d Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil. Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neitner Opium, fflornliiue nor other substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Xarcotic Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels - What is CASTORIA GENUINE s-d- d CASTORIA Bears the ature of ALWAYS -- t-- 9 a. in. . i.. "-- State of Onio. city of Toledo.. ) SS buefrs County, ranK"j. Uheney makes oath ihat s senior partner tof the The Best Spring Tonic LOW ROUND TRIP FARES firm of.F. J..r Cheney & Co , doing Tickets on Sale February 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23. for all your stock. A little spent uuMness m uie urty of Toledo, now to prevent disease will save County and fctate aforesaid, and Return Limit to reach original starting point not later than March 6, you many dollars. Use sm Wilh lrfonc!in nf mmi. iu iiicu.i. 11 tnt on payment. that said firm will pay the sum of .....v-- . . limit M..l. o, tyi'i, oi 3i.uu. Animal One Hundred Dollars lor each ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVE-R PRIVILEGES. and every case of Catarrh tnat Regulator 0n Cny "Hf?, A2Ft' Qa? g cannot be cured by rcscer. Route, cr apply to M0rrd1rtir Pica. SZe, 50c, $1.00; 25 lb. pail $3.00 the use of ;.nn.n ,. Hasseazer 103' R. Mi!n 5rrrf i ....,...WU, .... It helps digestion, purifies the SSSEBSSBSSrsBSSrSKSSSSB? Hall's Catarrh Cure. blood, strengthens and. greatly FRANK J. CHENEY. increases an animal's productiveSworn tp before me and subness. Puts your farm on'a better scribed in my presence, this 6th . paying basis. day of December, A. D. iS8(5. Refuse substitutes; Insist on o (Seal) Pratts. A. W. GLEASON, Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back - Notary Public Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inPratts DislnJectaat is anI want to tell you what wonderful benefit I other Spring necessity. Atrong ternally and acts directly, upon have re- and most economical germicide. ceived from the use of Thedford's the blood and mucous surfaces nf writes Get Pratts Stock Book of the system. Send IS MrsSylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. for testimonials, free. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds --, F. J, CHENEY & CO., Toledo, liver Ohio. . Sole bv all Druppists icn BEST FAMILY LAXATIVE m saved and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht my little girl's life. When she had the Beware of Take Tlall's Family Pils. for con constipation. Use measles, they went in on her. but one good dose of Dr. King's New Life Pills and stipation. Thedford's Black-Draug- ht eep well. Mi's. Chuiles E. Smith made them break out, and she has had no .j- -! ,.. iwevjiure s of West Frandlin. Me., calls them .. . n., more trouble. 1 shall never be without wm ""'"'"""i "if nu tun ;?Oui imily laxative." Nothing wide expenence in the poultry J l)?fter for adults ol aed. Get lure during the wsg-- , his friends are them to day. 2'j. All Dru?pists getting up a petition to the Gover- or hy7ih:iil. nor, asking that Cull be appointed H. E. Rucklen & Co. Philadelphia chief official chicken Inspector in or St Louis. his precinct Culi is scratching in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzihis top .piece while trying to figure ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all sieu his officials similar- 8? out who will bond. ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, H reliable, entleand valuable remedy. '' If yqu- suffer from any of these complaints, fry Black- .gf Draught vJt is a medicine of known merit Seventv-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for". m. young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. --, --B. M&W ORLEANS and MOBILE February 18-4- 9 1914 i IflHilil Iliad EUN . J FROLIC FESTIVITY a. Auctioneer, Hakrv Jones. 7 W. SHUTTS, ' Level Green. Ky. lie-S- irlMlallBl A The End You Have Always Bought In Use Fop Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMPAMy. HgW VOWK CITY, azicu y .. prgtts, . -- .- aLbytheB label of On the front of SS8HMM8iesftftssiegi Saved i,S9s t( iilim Black-Draught," ! riNE-TA- R you wm And the t enn cvctt carton andrUr. th ..(. ww.w . .u. U&.Ulrt2S W. U10 DR. BELL'S BELL " i g X -- 'ij " -- 4x 'i1if; 6 y yericaitjjoy . 1 I : HONEf jv V.- .: . VillddBlEEEEEEEEBfe?S. 'lWmmamWKmmmmStKmmWSe PkmMPeEPPMe-s- The SAFE boys' magazine All 8g j J 2 Iauucyouknoliattobny.Mdca "Tell By The Bell" XSe aOc rliht beau EetUn' F8 rlghJ.-So,wihthfS In a drcla. of Western taiiai bn&tooiwmly - ?eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeK2SSc7!VS ," BP W for all boys, not a child's prper. 1 a year Clean 83 ! I ' Stmm incftPopclr I l.0O. AT DKUC STORKS, riJ"10 article na football and other Photosianhr. I'opular.Scip-in- .. How to J tines. Btanp Cpllectlnit; Chickons. Pets.ilaka Xarontlona aad Natural Wonders. Gar-denla-g. i bojs" authors. Instructive rpcclal 1 J A- ... -- PEDIGREE Anxiety Boy. Hereford Bull calved Sept, 24, I912 Breeder Jos H. Gibson, Somerset, tKy.,Sire British Baron, No. 257054. Dam, Fern No 149(99. OwneabyJoh W. Hilton, Pine Hill, Ky., whert-hwill make the season of i9i4 at e Send Subscriptions OHurlNiL, :' IBS t 1 ,L.-- . V ri?' ? "Tf. & IK?"SLU- '?v 4m -- r, $&? sill m 15z,H"v 'JSt-",V"k.. ? Sm 5 r. rjffrvtn JL I'SH Hi ir ' - k v KeadvbvvSffelOeObys, "anfl endorsed tVLttreir D2i CBJslSE -- . e. 7X74 i $r.oo at the gate. Mar. l3-3- t. John W Hilton, r - Pine Hill, Ky. - - CASTORIA STUBBORN, ANNOYING COUGHS CURED "My husband had a cough for afteen years and my son for eighi years. Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured them, for which L am most thankful," writes Mrs. David Moor, of Saginaw, Ala. What Dr. Kirg's New Discovery lid lor ihese man. it will do for vou. Dr. King's New Discovery should be in every home. Stops hacking coughs, relieves lagrippe ind all throat and lung ailments Money back if it fails. All druggists. Price 50c. and Si. 00. H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. COMMISSIONER'S SALE CIRCUIT COURT r Plaintiff. VSjCommissioner's Sale ' V. H. Baker Defendant. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rocksastle Circuit Court, randered at the January Term, i914, thereof, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court House, in lt. Vernon, K., to the highestand bestb'idder at public auction, on Mon-la- y day of, March, J914, be- ROCKCASTLE Delta-Bakethe-23r- Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR A Wholesale House of Chicago :: O at : m i "" ' J www tf JI"H'fcMeMM -m ii 3 KL" " " WWaMAAflo .., ' !- mil JrJ.. . ti . eap3 oqj w;jm uniliidopoj saop (looy aiddv: JH) E Cppo3.i)o'j .poAsijaa are smJnoA o )otf) oasasjj fsoai puB oig H3AI7 n M3no ?ou op ssAncxBi uiIIIlopoj xirjoaOff Said the best advertisement for a General Store is to advertise every week in your local paper UiHDB T m 'mqosjuisiQ 1 saanivw s .Mlli w, ; 3iia J i WE HESITATE To say right off the bat tha t this is the only place in' town where you can get Vyur money back' anytime jsome-thin- g Our line of Oouch "Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e J. E. Mitchell, of Pine Hill, Ky. Says the best way he can advertise is to do just like he is 'doing Just keep handing the goods out toffinsfurnjslied t,o Hearse sen! he County all parts of r : T)imn1vtm nnrl m.:l.l...irAA.- KClMna . Krvcin.t.c Tnmw TT1..- r i .r . i: 'curative properties. .1.: uibcaics ' -- u suu yieia 10 its One anfttieatlnn-enfttH- a CUre. u 9n1'tif wliMiF.nMt.fi rough goes wrong. : ' All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled 94-- S a, eox,i . jjti a oax. m au Linguists. Snd for tte sampl. and book. "Health. nd Beantj.' lunnaiuN. hulldwat & CO.. 1730Sprine Cardan St..- PhIU.f Pa. .. MT. VERNON". , TV j. i What difference does it make anyway? You know us and our ways and that's all there is to it. CHEAP FOR CASH m j Easjter Suits $15.00 Easter Hats $2.50 Now Ready. "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY" THE GREEN FRONT ..I aaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasasaaaaaaSa ii.Si!!iii!i::::::: Zl mill (( &8&3S&& wfUtl X30L3or (WBeS tflBEaaB V It hits' the only ' door opening,-,-: Hoops niadeccftpsted steel, Hoops can be adjusted from Pjlp-- " BilHr BaB ebf7 Biaay v. latf- - x. Door&madef California lowest freipritfrnm mill r Tawrtr.nJ toty to you. 'an writing ua for cataloe and Dncri LOUISVlLtESU.o'iTrJnT'AKK-r'" 'Uncorporated) der front dootframe; ' rap-leathe- Padded, Sewed and new Stirrps andStir-- S r. .. rs at a reasonable price i Menf s .Saddles, new, $4,00 and up Ladiest Saddles, new, $500 and up Old Main Street back of Court House. wood. "The Wood Eternal."The location of our I acini v pkvi y Red- - Ths Cash Store 1 I ,,,, aEBsBEJ BEEEEEEEB' rlii . bv CASTORIA . CJiildren Qry FOR FLETCHER'S -- RHEUMATIC SUFFEtmiS nujuLOjux W.T. DAVIS WeaeSeac - tJLS ky ?xfrrPto&fi DANIEL BOON! AXLE G8ESSE7 . VBavml BrBT Bfll BiS 'rTO'"K.Si- M.M. H IW 9 I a HBf "" EXPELS WORMS ;fiThe cause of vOur child's, ills (TBefbil, feud, "offensive breath j.jjeJSiUii:in!up. vuu ttjirur aua grinding of teeth while aslsep The sallow a!) indi circle under the eyes-A- re Kickapoo cat'ons of worms. your?child ..Worm Killer is what lee'ds'ftit, expels the worms, the 5ause6JLthBchird,s unhealthy con JUionr For the removal of .seat, KIGKAPOO WORM KlLLEf complqxionThedaEk 'f.'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW IfBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW SCIATICA. BV GOUTr AND'KIDNEV NEUBlIircBBBBm TROUKST - , i4nf tJon'i1 Aaue .to grease - . Il!iill$i2,l V7MCljBriBBPR'BBBBBBBBBBU- BT"BT""""""afBBBBWP"BBB"aWlBTaTaTaTJ. stomach and Din worms. KickaDoo Horjrtjwiller giyfs moP.rAl - sure eljef. u. but' once' a iveeki 4 a a. - ......-- . BSbBBl .wa.ar. -- svstem' SuDoliedas iBnectjauus tone ui rne KvlnEaAaVEMlrJBTaVaBBx t ' BWaWBJJMtiBByA, BBBBHaBBBByr -- aBaaKaSaBaiaktaak Safe andsure reliel. Guaranteed and effect of a jadgmnt. UTujF box, to day Price 256. All ''Bidders ' must be prepared to compli " . T. " jaataia MUtiVriflA fai1e u. gists or Dy msu , . c P lifee.it o'clock .pni it being regular bounij Court day, on a credit of six months the following described real esjate in Alt. Vernon, Rockcastle Cpunty' Ky., in the Sparks & Davis addition one aouseand lot and described as follows: Lot No. 10 in Sparks & Davis. addition bcginmng.at; the intersection of ' the' north' line of Mill Street vyith-the need east line of Quarry Slnjet: thencavvita Ihe east lirie'of Quarry Street .North 22 of 'Locust EI, 2oo feet to the soulh line is, . m E. 100 feet .to a Alleyrthence-SStake. at the corner of Lot No.5,thnce Selz line before J. 22 W.oo.feet lothe north line of W; loo Mill Street; thence "N. G7 feet to the Jbecinninjr. , Thfe'lotjs a part of the land purchased from R. B. Mullins. by Sparks &T)avisbyVdeed of Oct, , 3rd", 0907,' in Deed Book No., 23, and recorded page 65, in.the office of the County Clerk of Rockcaritle County. For thfc purchase price the purchaser niusfc execute a bond with approved B BBW .BBBw surety bearing interest f romithe date 'of; MBH JeBBBbSL BEEffEBBPaBK.lHBflBEBW haying ihe force ale.untr palo-AnHrGHEST MARKET tAAii WVtV.14 VJ.JW K rwiiiraJ nf V Q w nr plnnlr vtvvu n fnt A UU14 an MCKENZIE JONASSELLS Selz Shoes THE "ROYAL B UE" a good pair of shoes it. to your interest to examine you buy J F you the i-- 2" 3eHAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. AND HIDES PSrCE PAJ HR. I d RAW FURS AND Ofli W VlRlSfVSvvn WKS arWS HrRrVt VlPK fBBErlfBOn RM Ht m Itotitcky My CWS. w tx ick apooIndian"Hed. Co. ?hlla- - Hta eBbSa paRsHfiSMC C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. twmw KhWMii Cur ttr-- "- -r Caw jmr Jr- 1 W'l J OF St. .JU0UJ8. -- G. 5 GRIFFIN, Master Commisslooer otitheR. C. C -- - J0rm.WT4C0. LrLY . pl fefllBBBft - I ' i Arc c- - -- .