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MARCH 20, 1914 NUMBER 22 $JBKODHKAV. riARANTEE$M fALL rWQPB7 Tariff ' TUARATEEI IfALLWQOBf1 ,i JR. . is OFF All -- Wool The Tariff is off on wool, which makes 11-W- lijuay. Mrs, u C. Hosvellaritft'ij children' wore spanding a. letfesf&ya with Mr. Howell in'Pine Hfj the 'first of the weak. J. W. 'JUncer, who is working in the ffoidad Terminal was at postoflkoin home lust SuridajjijrOtis Hale, of Walnut Grove, wSrin town Monday oh his way, taBerea, where he schoofff-Bo- rn to the wile of Woodyardpwens last Sats. Mary urday a baby ,--. -i- j-Cashier:a$i$l A. M. Hiatt wore the guest ll'Atty and Mrs. ., . B B i.'s.i-- .. - IT B BAKER BARGAIN BULLETIN Special Sales During Month of : - March " -- ll B B B CfoG-innati- b ,JijTl-r-Mr- it Guaranteed possible for us to sell you A We will save you Clothes for less money. from $2 to $5, and give you guarantee, as follows,- - which make you absolutely safe. ool Evans, and son Wk to their home irijv; Berea after spondiug a few "jpays with her Chandler daughter, Mrs.. John D. Pike waj arbomo Mon-daMrs. J. H,' Warrett was in Mt. Vernon between trains Monday. V. H, Warcnj of Stanford, r was iu town several days this week looking afferjf Insurance. Mrs Walter MillerJ of Lebanon Junction, was in town" during the week looking after - Itbo renting of her propeity herel Miss Eila Carson was in Mt. Vernon during the week. Mrs. J7JT. Lawrence pent a few days" the first of the week with relatives, in Crab Orchard, J. Thos. ' Cherry, of Orab Orchard, was in towrt last Sunday, from Hot n'd Hurt, returned Springe, Ark., ,thq', first of the week", whero he Bpojjta few weeks for the relief of rheumatism, and seem to be. much imtoroved, Mrs andj little son, H. L. Tharp Graveley Farris, wer,e' here from Junction City Saturday and Sunday the guests o( Mrv. and Mrs. R. fi. Albright, and Mrjand Mrs. J. R. Cass. CH, Ffjjys residence cipd) afternoon, canght fire" cauSetfjW8Kra"ble exojte-meo- t which for aTtiMs?Wrf lime damage was done nOinjBoe, Mrs. Ni Db, WINTER GOODS WILL GO THE GREAT y. July Picnic, like Ice Cream at -- Jrrn '' Jjv&irfv&rttr&i"''?'. fatlt'oMiw PSW?,. mf&jmntt' ipffe i ,n of GROOERIE S i55SElXO THE BANNER DON'T. MISS BARGAIN PICNIC and -- TtZ&Hjs&U'sg WnttPK LpVAW SUGAR 25 lb sack of best granulated ' Sugar., Special $1.20 WASH POWDERS Clean Easy Soap SOAPS the great-j I We might talk for hours .A COFFEE?-T- he Pilgrim e3t soap upon the market. Special. 3 bars for A LC - . , Special blend of Coffee, once about Ladies' Hats Men's Hats, Ladies7 .Shirts, Men's Parvts, Ties,' tried, always used 25ct value for $1.50 a JO-lbb- ag great Cold Water Soap. FLOUR finest made, ,r4. tvuy 1 the pick of the country's best maker in it Men's and Women's wear is here and we want not necessarily a to buy you to come in these are looking days, and we want vou to look. a Skirts, and ShoesT6r everybody, but why do SUTTON & McBEE m ii pat. orr. (LEVEL (MEEN. The farmers are taking advantage of the few good days we are having in March and putting good fencing etc. time in plowing, was a huge crowd attended There thosaieat J. w Slant's Monday, most everything brought a verv fair price. Rev. J. W. Soward filled his regular appointment at Friendship last Saturday and Sun i lll.n llr, TnHnrA has been i 7V visiting friends at Wildie for the past two weeus.-ver- -- Estel Price was sick first ol tne weeK. spnt Saturday Harve Brown Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. night with Scoggins at Bromo. Miss Jalia has returned home Thompson after a two weeks stay with rela tives at Wabd. Hobert Brown spent last Saturday and Sunday with friends and relatives at Mullins Station. A Mr. Jones, or evangelist from England is con- ductiner a series of meetings at Burnetto's Chapel. It will prob ablv continue lor three weoks- .purchased tne Will Thomas has Gliomas heirs farm, and has moved here, wo gladly welcome blm and his family. The subscrib-tioschool that was being taught here by Mrs. gue Ping, closed last Saturday. H. H. Catron of Lincoln spent Sunday night with his sister Mrs. W. F. DoBord and attended the salo here Monday. John Thomas and family hay v n Ky. Little move to Burnsido, is sick with Woodrow Mullins mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Major of Bandy, spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Emmit Hasty. W. T. Todd was down from Mt. Vernon Monday, mingling with old friends Miss HallieSowder has returned homo after a few weeks stay at Etna Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mc- Bee and children of Quail spent last Sunday vith her mother, Mrs Ruth Brown. Mrs. W. A. Todd is Mrs. Sallio with her daughter, ho , ye slck BrowQ and dauRh. Wm tor Qra visited Mrs. Gene Mc Williams at Bee Lick last Sunday. WITHERS returned from Jackson where he spent most of last weolc Ottis, the little son of C. E. Mullins has Lewis Bond, has typhoid fever. Miss Pearl Anderson visited Miss Hallie Durham of Dango, Saturday night and Sunday. Elisha Anderson is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mul lins visited their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Johnson, Saturday night and Sunday- ,- ,Mary and Eliza Mullins visited thejrHtle friends, Misses Mabel and Ollie Bullock Saturday night, and was accompanied home Sunday by SPRING BLOOD AND SYSTEM Miss Grace Bullock and little sis- nl months with her daughter Mrs. J. F. Watson. Born to the wife ofC. A. Wheeldon last week a Robins sold a baby girl. John house and five acres of land adjoining the ojd fair grounds to W. A. Tyroe for $g75. Leonard an infant o't Mr. and Mrs. Chint Lear died last l week with meaulos. R. L. Collier, of Crab Orchard, was in town last week looking after his Intoreat here. Mr. and Mrs Bert Henson, of the Hiottsection, are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine baby boy On the 9th. Mrs. John H. Jarrott for Durango, left Wednesday to visit Jjor daughter, 'Mrs. Okla Dollie Comolius, Wade H. Leece of tho firm of Leece & Collier, of Orab Orchard was in town between trains Wednesday. W. A. Robins returned to Cincinnati Tuesday evening, after spending several weeks with homo folks He was accompanied by Fred Sowder.--- J. B. Frith left Sunday for Hazard where he has a position with the L. & E. R. R. RESOLUTIONS Whereas death h(s ontered our school and taken from us two of our most beloved pnplls, Wade and'Ellen Waynes, and we are made sad by their absence from us here, therefore, bo it resolved: First, that the school has lost two of its best pupils; the teachers two of our most obedient and cheerful students; and the children andidearest two of our kindest m.n4-,uuuvib Kuaiauibbu ui nit. ,. Af 4-- Per barrel Same Flour in sacks 70c A N0.1s0(l Family Flour good enough for me, (T a barrel only costs 65c cents buys a sack ' $5. ff) fs. lUC kEMlSbABi.Everyg ?Klnt3i iji5 LTBBlHTt'AtjiirTiwSBiBi ;rii HnrBtf' ui?nmMit!m,'.r.1:7K7WiiVttt-i-j i.iJwji''iwBB'rig "tm&zsF&s&ir. '' i' ;w i?jaPBOT'.:iw4wi: ttaBttai.wsntt Light ".HOUJ Cleanser 3 Boxes for "J I Vi?V M-i- FELS NAPTHA that .warCl? - r ml r--- ,- Armour& Co's greatest Wash I Powders Special, 3 cans for I f VJC JJ J and Dry Goods are not Groceries, of course, but we have such a big store of them to close out that wo jnst had to tell you about them right now. Hats and "darned nigh" everything you can think of are to bo closed out here this month. Shoes CORN Fine Sugar Corn nice and sweet, hard to beat Fine Can BEANS, per can, Riee Fancy Head 8c 8c f J CLOTHING, Underwear, RICE BEANS New Michigan hand-pickNavy C ed 8c i WOLESALE You can buy at wholesale prices all during February. Beans, Speoial. 5 lbs for Alaska Pink Salmon, packed in heavy rich oil, 12c value EC Special, 3 for Z.0 " SALMON No. Cans Remember !' This is MATCHES the big 5c box BAKER'S inentand when advertise- - of Capital Matches every one a good one, Special, 3 Boxes for ,CAR-LOA- D fK )C llw ' SPECIALS-AMERI- CAN U..G. advertises a Special Sale, he Jhas tho goods to back it up. '.: CLEANSER ters, Mabel and Ollie. During the winter months im- Anderson and Estill Mullins at- lutions be presented to the family purities accumulate, your blood tended church over in Jactaon and another copy bo sent to the Lxr.Avk-Athiol?. VHfir Imnllro n fl for publica Mt. Vernon Signal kidneys, liver and bowels fail to Sunday. Albert Vaughn and tion. "Gpring rrusiun unoner uotn nave moveu work, causing Clyde Watson Fever." You feel tired, weak and their families back to Jackson Etta Cable lazy. Electric Bitters the spring where thoy n,oved from two years Reca Brooks Compiittee. Rvflf.pm rlnfinser is frtn onrl Mrs. Amanda Alcorn has Evoretto Watson. at.tmiilntr ubt-'1,,.. itmi MAnf1 fliAir ti. i.iAro 11- ,- m..v. hnwola to " . - lust returned from the state hos oh L11U ILIUIICVO. I4VW. impital at Lexington. W alter to healthv act on, expel blood and restoro your health, Hampton is very sick with pneu purities Electric monia fever. Leonard Moore was strength and ambition. Bitters makes you feel like new. flip mipst, of hk little friend. TtW? Start a four weeks' treatment it rester Mullins Sunday. There will put you in fine shape for your All will bo services at Cave Ridge Guaranteed. spring work. iypi;i I Ail wi rel$c;he wJzSttl Root to Sunday, conducted by Rev. V Druggists. 5oc. and Ji.oo. B Ule from th liver.. Wf&7'ft Co. .Philadelphia Hugliy. Ponder H. E. Bubklen It erfped ?SS?yJ lSScjflf ' I -- playmates. Second, that we extend our sympathy to tho bereaved family and assure them that we miss Wade end Ellon from our midst and our sorrowis hard to bear. Herbert Third. thaWcopy of these reso A FEW FENCE Big Stock Low Prices PROGRESR STOVES and RANGES FURNITURE and CARPETS Stoneware and Hardware FLOUR, FEED and SALT Tie fiHii U.G.Baker ROCKCASTLE COUNTY'S Right W0dl QfiKjr I or St. Louis. FOR v Us CASTORIA CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S - Ohildreu Cry FLETCHERS FOR V lormuU the.grlpe Ml "THE STORE THAT Big Store DOES Prices THE BUSINESS.."'. X yf il 'Jij'j MT U jJ ' VERNON it!, L r" nTTrrr'w,w"CTw'vfc-,fjf,'J;'J'- SIGNAL y fat day, Mar. 20, 1914 Published every Friday by SDGAfi S. ALBRIGHT. UB5CRIPTION ONK YKAK .r on Advertising rates made known application MKMBKKOP tt $1.00 KRNUVKY I'KKSS ASSOCIATION, telegram from Senator Joe F. Hosworth, was re ceived by Mr. James Maret Tuesday: ' Thk following Frankfort, Ky.8-1- 11 s part would bring down the ever ahead, and, after securing the thereby. lasting condemnation of all good services of one tfie world s Mt. Vet non, Ky. Rockcastle county hasn't a roads people and they are in the leading experts on har.bor work, great many industries, Tell Edgar Albiight but are but in return I hand you bad: majority in" all parts of the state has outlined a.plan for the system thenes that we have properly and the people of Mt. Vernon the and more especially the Eastern atic improwinentojof the harbor appreciated? The best way to only possibility of B one Way. and Southeastern portion of our at a cot of j510.000.000. over $5,- - get new industries is to appreciate We passed the State aid five cent domains, and shouldtheGovernor, iqqq qqq of which has already and boost the ones that we altax for good roads. Tell him I after doing such a rash and dia been voted. When the improve- ready have. Are we doing this BAKING POWDER believe he ought to at least put on bolical thing, offer to run forever ments are completed, ocean going or dp we really care whether the Yours for Good so humble office, even that of vessels of the deepest soft pedal. theof Rockcastle draft will buSjipess interests dog pelter, would or should be be able to go to' its wurves. As a stiqqeed or not: If we appreciate Roads, (Signed) JORF BOSWORTH everlastingly tailored and thrown result many representatives of the whjjt, we have, let us reach out better work. Simmore. A commit'ee of We have a bet- great steamship companies have, and pet refers to into the discard Sl'NA'l'OK Hosworth ply follow your cusour comments on him last weelc, ter opinion of tile Madison man 01 jluinR tiie past twelve month. tliq commercial Club appointed tomary method of prefor the purpose of bringing capito the insurance destiny with reterence visited Los Angeles and- male ar- -' tal and opportunities together paration add ti little law. We feel very deeply our should be u valuable aid in secur rangements for their vessels less of Calumet than THINGS THAT MAKE A TOWN gratitude as well as all others vho ihe'Ve alter the com- - ingjipw business.. when using ordinary V .1,1 relief on were longing for some p I e 1 o n of the V a n a m a NO. 3. baking powder. Then the road question, but good roads fcanal. Thus Los result. watch r l with a demoralized business con-- :vl (wSrVes the title of 'enterprising Light,fluflfy,nnd even...1. 'For Infanta and Children, 'By ri.v. G."S. Watson v.. the whole state, dition thvuont city.' ly raised the baking The KioiYcu Han Always Bwjht VqMMERpiAjS ENTMiW Would not help conditions much. TS comes from the oven ,arge a3 "la- - Angeles, t so The later is certain to prevail if PRISE V moretempting, tastier, is Boars th and not situated so ..aarirom-uthere is not something done more wholesome. ;ity that advertises itselt as Si (mature to be It is one thing for a city whereby business men, manufac he City with a Payroll ofa an tup. business Calumet insures the aoie turers and industries of everv that to.nanaieway, it is quite an 'Million a week." It is probably Ask baking of nn expert. come its A TRX S WOJN OER. kind can secure protection, which other thing for that city to go out, ,the most talked of city In the your grocer todaVj. 2 will enable such business interests "PM The Texas Wonder cures kidne tl t We refer the-- - Birming-hsim- i and compell business to come it's South Received and bladc'er troubles, removing to secure the necessary credit for way. not in Alabama Though If there is any truth wbati the transaction of .such business ever in the saying that all thing1 the same class with Los Auceles grauel, cures diabets, weak and Awards ifHYTHaflu 11 H That the bunch who originated come to those who waif, we do not Birmingham with 115.4 "per cent all irregularities of the kidneys w.na,Pnr. law on find in boty men and women m Food Eipoii. and caused to become vxSjSSf 3f think it applies in any large sense iu'crease.has ouUtriPted in growth V tioo, CLicajo, Regulates bladder troubles in the Statute books, that most in to cities, except to the ones that fiV.ery other city, in its .class. To children. If not sold by your famous of all laws, the Green- L Ptrii Expoil- Ciefk3ySn are willing to hustle i while they quote the Birmingham Chamber will be sent by mail on mL lion, Fruce, Jaw, uiu so, en insurance Ur5P?iffll of Commerce the city ha's grown drpggist, wait. It is a desireable thing for offt.o.'). One s'mall bottle ptedsqy atiy.snirit ofvbotterJ blacksmith reqelpt "from a a city'tp afford yaluablefcommei'-ciain two months treatment, nd selmerit so far as the insurance com and industrial opportunities," Mlop to steel mills, blast furnaces dom tails to perleot a cure. Snd panies or the insuring public is diversified industries of all joke to any hut this in itself is not sufficient. and concerned, js a huge for testimonials from his and other B Th in't ut Btr Wa ! Im r llcta In these days ot snarp compevJ .lands in less than a half century." Doa't bt mutti. It't Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 I hMmt rtwitr. nrt vkli" BarCdawt.ruttlu. man who Has a speck of sense or a tition, a states. 1 mtt ecvBtBicAl iItm ktt tod. city must not only have Here is a city, and a CthuMl It Itr tiptriorU war ttJli tid wjt. Olive street, St. Louts, Mo. Sold I bit ol honesty about him. it was advantages, but it must be able Futherit is a city that has not 6y Druggist. originated for personal and politito convince the world of business been built on its chraateor its cal gain, and altho the business people that it has them A man ggricultural ' advantages, two interests of the state are to be with great mineral wealth on his factors without which some cities sorely atfected, yet the business Got only 'be certain thinlc-it- . is impossible to succeed. farm, must not when tbev go wen of Louisville In list Birmingham is' ririiriarljr uii in that it is there himself, he DEFECTS? more than 300 strong, are told also bo able to convince others dustrial.imd.commercial city. Its "no relief, " we can net let go our with the necessary capital to de SORF3, BURNS. marvelous industrial growth and scalds. nnuisn3. pet law, which we hoped would velop his land, that the wealth is;. Lepanft dribg;. dhfepaRt'ten CHAPPED HANDS AND LIPS, TETTER, furnish a much larger graft fund ECZEMA f yers havcj.beqrt the , wonder of! there. and be a big factor in putting Do you rctllr wtnt to hesl It? Dad enouth to A Then With cities as with individuals., the land. JTorJiCitv of iO.OOO teDl 2Sc. DLLL-- to to tho tloro and bur a Y box of IIH. some of us in office again. Senai payroll of one we are always willing to listen to people to have ia voted and worked ) tor Bosworlh one that has done things. There- million dollars. . .week, or more or this uncalled for, arbitrary It It tnow whita and anow pure and If It A we turn with peculiar inter-ei- t than fifty millions a year, indicates doetn't do tlia.work, st your mosey back. T measure, and did so over the fore "Toll It Br Tho n.lT i to the records Of two Ameri that the cityjs. anything else but i earnest protests of many of the can cities that have, duringa per asleep. Birmingham today boasts business men and almost every iod of ten years, led all other that it manufactures'" 2,000.000 You organization in the commercial cities in their respective classes in tons of irou annually, arid that it district which he has bad the growth. find beautiful Furniture, of iron,. for tlte fixes the price two terms. honor to represent '" .Floors , and Woodwork Among tho other claims Los Angeles, the ''City of the world With somo there is no criticism at small cost. Angels", according to 'the 1910 of the city is' that it' 'makes tho Z ior, after the body guard reaches census, showed again of 211.5 per best steel rail in- the --world, has the legislative hall, locates a seat cent,' which was tho largest per- the lowest electric light rate in Tdoen't require any skill " toreitorewornfurnlture, and gives written or oral instruc- centage of floors, etc., to original beauincrease of any city in South, fvnd bat it is a young man's is all. tions for the day, and that ty. Simply use PEE GEE the U S. of 100.000 and over town. The city was founded in combined The majority of those who go the '" - - "'t,s ' atain and varnish. Whether wo are ready to believe 1871. legislature don't know but might) all the wonderful stories that Los While much ' might" be said You'll be delighted with the little of what is doing and "a Dam Angeles fine results. Try acan today Boosters tell about af Birmingham's" industrial and fool in the Legislature" can be It comes In 11 Natural IklosErariipH VI or not, wo cannot but show eommeroi;fgrowth, we wi,sh to Wood Colors, White, Gold aptly applied to many who go tlUMQNJUITS ' and Enamel. All sizes, an admiration for a city that has mention, hut one1" 'fea.tujo "of tbe there and draw their per diem per grown from alittliovar 10,000 in city's onterprjso,' namely, tho day. But not so with Senator Joe PEASLEE-- AULBERT GO. in 188O to f00,0ap.(esti-mated- ) work done by Ike" Farm ' Movehabitants F. Bosworlh, he knows all the LOL'ISVILLr., KY. Mtmiracturei in 1913. While many in- ment Commite'co'f'1' The .time what is doing , and if it is a fluences have entered into the .Comraorce. FOR SALE ay good law he knows, and if it is growth of the city, and some of the past ten years.- - while growa bad one he knows. TJhe people them, (such as qlima,te and a ing industrially by . Jeapspr)d know the purpose and intent of Is change splendid sea harbor) are thing-- . bounds", the ' attention of the the Green-GleeInsurance law, Los Angeles does not deserve people was so largely on industry knew it bad Senator Bosworth special credit for, yet theje is no and commerce that agriculture when be ca.it his vote for it, and are readv to HER. urou id . tho fact that L s was neglected. As. a result of nothing but tbe severest criticism getting Ik Angeles is commercially alive this, Birbfig;nW8W'fife; Ahhow I love" her graceful line; help is due those from the highest to and prosperous city. Back in s tie ly fed with growp at She was a beauty, that I vow, she lowest woo aided in putting eighties and nineties knockers in adistance.a(l01,'aends:8nnflqljy; How for. her my poor old heart euch a law on the St uute books, Southern California "cried: "You morethau" recommend J,000,000' on vegepines; of the State of Kentucky. can't live on climate." This cry tables nlone. Millions My songof grief you must allcw. dollars Tub Kentucky Senate passed awakened tho Chamber of Com- are sent away Tor products that How oft have I communed with her- the State Aid Bill for good roads merce to though". ' Its officers could with. thrift and detprpiina-tiof raii'edariloaie. Ill order on Monday last and its up to the determined to show what climate love her with a passion mad bo I Governor to approve it. A bill could do when coupled with soil to develop tip's neglected and In my spare hours I wDuld not stir similar to this has been presented and hard labor. And today the needed fieldof "activity around Away from her; 1 had it bad. to many past legislatures but al- development of ranching on any Birmingham the Farm Movement Slie had me lashed right to the ways failed 10 got there. This is largo scale is directly duo to the Committeeoi Jthe 4 Chamber-ha' mast; one of the greatest moves made to- Chamber's broadcast advertising not only" printed and spread I,'ll tell you that is true, by heck! for Comfort. ward improved roads by state aid of the resources of the country. abroad attractive .lUejra.liuro shofe .Tjio trouble w'as she was t jo fa'sW. year 6,500 manufacturing ing what can be done on the soil s since the blue grass and other List And now she-j- a total wreck." Short and Lone Legs similar well situated, richer por- establishments in Los Angeles near Birmingham, b'uVnext yefir Ho.f;i yearn "for the days gone by; and Sleeves, & all sizes. tions of our commonwealth was tamed out products to the value the Committee will operate a dem- The passing years caunot stone. "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY" gridironed with turnpike roads of $110,00ii,000. onst ration ,rarm pear.uirmMtgnaro, I, can't forget, although I try. While l&ere are many attractive a d what cJi'fie ddde'iJtl Jofforsbtf constructed by state aid and many That mototboat I tised to own built wholly at expense of state. features about Los Angeles, such aiunty soils will be shown in a JJastem and Southeastern Ken as its beautiful and costly homes,' pVactical way. Further, some of tueky uever received any of this famous the country over, its i40 the companies with large holdings FOR FLETCHER'S Th Gaah Stora ujd, credit or benefits from these school buildings, and its 11O t Torion. Jas. Maret, rriimiii" "r" fr,:,"1?.' "?' T ffflffSfc state tlotiut ions The latter nm oTpoVed streets, 'that we'would started a movement to bring ti lll to mention more In detail, Wf good clussof settler: to the sec- tion of our stale has tried lui ito'n'oi fed that thc&e thing prop tlon, and offer to rent them land sou fin ear to ei at tln crumbs tliut have fallen from erlv coiiip umlor the head of this (for truck gardening and fruit f Howeeeit(tt are two growitiujfor $1 00 per .icte, in 40' tlt tablos of these favored neigh Anueles' . jmterprtee to acre lots, arid give a live year's of bors but until Monday hist well! I.. Los denied even that little comfot.tW'htch. we wish tp'call Special at leasi on the land, hi addition, Tukiiijr tin tlve cent tax levied In trillion. The greatest and most the companies have been building thU bill, adding it to. road tax aj uotabh' enterprise over under- - a house for each family, tre o ready in existenre, with the U. f? . 'taken bv the. 'jy. was t e bring-- 1 cost. Will anyone question that 1 .. ... . . . . governments 083,000 early do j.mgjjia water supply 10 rue city wit.n such a spirit ot enterprise nation to the state for u;e in rond from the snow clad slopes of Mt. agricultural interests utoiiud Birni makine and maintenance, ii is Whitnev. a distance of 240 miles iiigliain, will IiJub- - lag much be aid the amount thus raised will by ni,oans rf ;a . nqm;ducl, (tiie,hind Industry and commerce? Wo have cited the enterprise of be something above the $2,ooo,o o longest in the world,) and 20 miles ' of, about these two wide mark and if properly applied to ol .tunnels, at. a awke cities, not This gives Los because we felt that Mt. Vernon the making of roads would con-- 1 $2:i,00l).(X)0 water or 'Rockcastle county could struct Gl'oo miles of pike within Angeles a supply of highest imitate the particulai '"'iifiiil eleven years, giving every county irom the slopes ol the good high moun ain in the U. S. at u con to forms of industry that have been seat from four to ways to neighboring county seats. the consumer of 9 cents p r t, 000 cited,, but because we feel that ilssi the spirit of enterprise can bo It has been intimated in some gallant.. y imitated, and be- quarters that Gov, McCreaty become successfully Los Angeie c might possibly veto the measure. a shipping por-o- f mean im- cause it does us good to see any ?:;' . v?-fcivy or community We don't for an instant believe portance. reaching out With,, the completion such a thing. The Governor, 111 of the Panama ,,Caual, its impor-taneeia- s after business and not only reachour opinion, knows, or ought to a sea port will bo greatly ing out after it, but getting it, know that such a move on hit Increased. The city is looking and growing stronger and richer ' t.; ffl p 1 1 . ..! ' " '"" ..- - --'- -"' milin"l-r-'- " ,L "'- MMH w pti 1 j.l L a ... 5'vi m SDRSKL. j Announcing The New Typewriter 11 7t. 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NTn. 7 a self-actin- g I inno-vation- - 1111 - l - stop-jpin- g 1 Auge-les-we- OASTORIA i!Z&&tegk the . s pro I trcdel has more tin- - penny. A'o shall even continue in e its. refinements and now force our popular uses than vecan even enumerate purchase plan, the same ason ' here. previous Oliver models. The OLIVER No. 7 equipped The '"cushioned kev board with anchor keys" and the now auto with tho famous Printypo. if dematic featuies mean less work for sired, without extra charge. the hands, less strain on tho eyes, You owe it to yourself to see leso manual and mental elTort. With all of these masterly mechanical improvements wo havo made the machine more beautiful From every and svmmetrical standpoint Tho OLIVER No. 7 attains superlative excellence. tho new machine before you buy any typewriter at any price. Noto its beauty, speed and easy action, its wonderful automatic devices. Try it on any work that is ever Try it on dono on typewriters. many kinds of work that no other typewriter will do. &S??1 7 11 I Wm hLB' T 1 4 T" -- l cross-roads- live-one- 1 iii Any Nothing you could wish for lias heen omitted. The new devices' refinements, improvements and conveniences found on the No. 7 represent an enormous outlay and vastly increase its value -- the pi ice has not been advanced one It is a significant fact that tho typewriter that ihtroduced such epoch-makni- innovations as visible writing, Printype, etc., should ' be tho first to introduco automatic methods of operation. g The OLIVER Typewriter Co. Oliver Typewriter Bu.Minjj, CHICAGO. Aniisepiic Salve canhave bright -- I '" The Helping Hand you can most surely depend upon in time of trouble is your bank acBetter start to acquire a count big one by depositing what you have in You'll Find the necessity of thinking boloro paying a great Incentive to saving. When trouble conies what you have been prevented from frittering away will make a comfortable balance. th-cit- y, 1 G Birraihg-ChambQro- f , n JOHN ROBINS Brodhead. Ky. April We We 1 st The Bank of MtVemon. time to your underwear, 1 food-stuff- you make that "change" anyday the famous The Bank of Mt. Vernon jf n White Oat Klosed Krotch Kern County, California Wants Farmers Kern County has room for 200,000 settlers. This may seem impossible to jou but not so when you knowtbatKern is as big as ihe whole State of Massachusetts It is a wonderful county and hundreds are makirg good here. We have issued a beautiful booklet telling bounty. This booklet will be sent to you UnionSuit much about Kern free, together with A Children Ory . 1 a map of California and a copv of SUNSET MAGAZINE, the monthly guide of the homeseeker and settler, if you will send us ten cents in stamps to help defray the cost ol mailing. ' SUNSET MACAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, San Franciico, foltfwnia mUeslof.landjwaFr-BkmmgharavjhwYenj- Q ASTORIA t i ; ' if. 'f-a-- 'J ; MT..VERNQN SIGNAL, MT.VKitNON, IiastOr comes .. , r year. Have you plowed? ; ' Ky Mar. 20, 1914 .79 auto wlthSIQNAL up "No. 79" wmnWQ wun (oOommunl 7 August is coming. Ball-Ban- u nkMSs ' tounviLLC ANMVILLCR. n. Co. TIME TABLE. .22 L'4 north nortn 23 south' 4.50 p m 3:53 a m 11:43 today at Fish's. J LIBERAL COMMISSION AND Get your iiastor , suit at Fish's .SALARY to look after our busiand you will bo satisfied with it ness in your community. Intef- forever. esting, dignified, healthful work; yourself $2. to $5 on that International Magazine, Company, Suvo new Spring every ono a new one H9W. Sti, .New York City. ' , Mem hers' Hon ft "fail- - to utton'd meeting, fof ' ' Commercial Club had your garden Tuesday higlit March 24th.prom.pVl ly fit 7:30. Jesse Malone, expert bkctr cjaV,' You know what began work of installation of an electric light plailt bore or the. Overshoes" for $1.98 Mt. , Vernon Power Company. April JL?h tblrf ':"' f ': 4 - -- - t..a-.-- . .;' ' I .,-'- -. : .; i- 'Til-aa- f WHY PAY S18FOR YOUR SPRING SUIT, WHEN WE WILL SELL IT TO YOU FOR Stylet and Ctlers Correctly Tailired One Price To All e. v.-- - i.f.i.Xii All Sl'douth Phone No. 8. 12:19 am am Ias. Landrum, Agent. Entered at the Mt Yernon, Ky. Postofflce mall matter. as stcond-clasj' PEIISONAL .Vrs. Pleiis Ramsel is very sick. Mrs. J. B. Lnir.is reported some ' better. Tomorrow the days and nights. are equal (equinox). Alvin Reynolds was hero from Paris during the week. Mis. Clco T3rown is reported very sick with tonsilitis. , is reported - Uncle Henry Fish He is at Lexington. very low. was T. E. Craig of near Quail, in town Tuesday on business. Kmmit Anderson was up fioin Mullins Station on business Tuesday. JMr. and Mrs. August Kruger are rejoicing over the artival of tlieir first born, a girl. Is here lrom Willie Adams with his parents, Mr. Colesburg, and Mrs. Abe Adams. Little "Tucker" Langford but a little im- Very sick, week. proved 6ver last Mrs. C. A. Chandler is with her sister, Mrs. Albright, who has sick for past two lieen very ' ' '' .weeks.Daniel Boone (I. A.) Bowman was over, from Jackson county this wqok to see if ground hogs had come out Mrs. Geo. Brock of London, is with her daughter Mrs. Will Fish .who is suffering from a severe attack' of tonsilitis. will foou be V. P. Fretmon com ; a citizens of Mt. Vernon. Ho will move to the- house of V. C. Kirby just west of railroad; Mrs. Geo. Cook and daughter, Miss Lyda. have returned to their homo at Livingston after spending a week with Judge and Mrs. J. li. Lair. Miss Evelyn Gardner,, steno irr.inlier in Attv. C. 0. Williams' . latitude is 37 de 84 degrees 2028" longitude west. "Is 111.3 sours music pupils at Lttngdou feet above sea level and has one. oi the "pushinist" Commercial Memorial chapel this evening. uny ,.o- lo ue 10j?nu - Briu your produce J Phoduch:of every kind to W. R. McCiure uuiuy on Lup 01 uie uig iuol siooi.. Mt. Vernon and get the best prices THE MOLER BARBER C0i in cash. Mch. 20 3t LEGE ol 323 E. 4th Ave. CincinRememoer the recital of Miss nati, Ohio, wauts men to leflrn Grhsoms music pupils at Lang Barber Trade. They offer splendon chapel this evening. Every did inducements and a s'hor.t term completes. They mail free a one cordially invited. beautiful catalogue and ask all our Boonr Way Fund. Mrs. Win. readers to send for it. Poyritor of Mt. Vernon, one of our Rockcastle is 26 miles long north good roads friends has contributfund. to south and 20 milks wide from ed one dollar to postage Tho ladies never neglect helping East to West; lying within parallels 37 degrees 10 seconds and 37 nlong'u good cause. degrees 30 seconds north latitude NoTlCR:-Ju- st recoived a car deloa'dol Bowkoi' Fertilizer for farm and 84 degrees 7 sea. , and 84 grees 31 sec, west longitude. and garden. None hottot, price Rockcitstle has 295 square miles ' ''Rht. of territory or 188,800 acres. R. L. McFkrkon, Read program elsewhere in this iss;ue of the recital of Miss Gris- - at Fish's. Mt. Vernon grees 20' 47" north and IBP H Everybody pays the same price. Fish's clothes are tailored correctly , embody the niftiest styles, guaranteed coloring aftd are sold at a small margin of profit.. I . 9B1500 . All Slims.Stouti, Regulars Styles snd Tatterns One Price To All . 1 I - V. T 4. A I ;S i 5.' i' .'j v SS 1. -- j- Langdon Memorial School Recital PUPILS OP MISS Friday Evening, . IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THlil UNITED STATES FOR THB KASTEUN DISTRICT OF KENTOCK . fi i"V- - MARY ALLEN. iGRlSSOM 1 LANGDON CHAPEL hr f. 1 con-'tifiu- es - - and county. Be plans for town there at 7:30. The pistol toters- had bqtteV lave their big guns at homo hereafter.. One. of. the few. good acts of the recent Legislature, was to pass this law which will stop pistol toting, if the.oflicers over the state will do their duty and iuforco the law was W. O. Wednesday 18th Bradley's birthday 67 just mist St Patricks day 4 hours. W.sectetary of J. Bryan Wilson's state, and a man who never quits,' running for President; was 54. years old yesterday. Notice: All parties holding claims against the Estate' of A. M. will presentBradley deceased, me properly proven. Alsame to to the estate so thoso indebted will please call and arrang; settle, . i Mt. Vernon, Ky. In order to be ready to have 2o3t Every member, of Me Commer- lights.when tho plant is ieadyr as Mazurka' rts;".. .". very last to Slumber'Sbng ' .' cial Club is iirgetttlyV'trequested lo Idnn't'wait'until the ' Picnic Dance M : ' night have your house wired. ;M r. be present at next meeting Hunting' Song . tho electrician in charge, will Tuesday Match 24th. important business in way of advertising take the applications in the order Scarf Dance'w - Mch. l.-'- P R O G R A M .. Spring's First Message (four hands) 1 Blanche Silvers. Margaret Snarks. . Ma-lon- .... .. . . March 20- - 1914, at7:30 " tf. ,1. 4- - Meyer Wachs Schumann-Swindl1 er -- .- . '; '. , . - V Spindler f"Uff-LynS .Verna Welstii'. L " - - received, and measure your . t Eugenia Fiahback. t&is&U house and giyo you an exact figure 4. Slumber Son l'i1!'! S'Jt ,.,r..i ?:, j: & a,3r.'!i on the. cost of wiring.. Remember'1 U.AiS.f.t.iin'l.iikl.. Jennie Morrow Miller w1 don't wait if yon want to be ready AT ' V eDpim VT ': r.li to have lights the first night the- - .tx ...(jkfarti ) Trie DoU'ijOuncl plant starts. Brownie's Dance "." ', JtfartiM Blanche Silvers. ..:! Telephone users should 'ring ' Mazurka Streabbeg off'', when thru t a conversation., Margaret Sparks.' Then if they drsiro to make anSoldier's.Maroh jg' 'Scltnsnn Gay Butterflies! other call, wait five or more sec4rWeft FiKn ' I?V T nartk onds and ring again for central. .V'SM Ntvin '8. A Country Dahce'(four hands)' """ r' The' Jring off" notifies operator, r.t J "Eutrenia Fi'shhatk. Christine Davis. o you are thru with your first' conA Curious Story Heller ; versation and will be disconnect A Spring, Day WolJ a i1- -. . 'i'T 0t , Mamie Balrer, ed .Central. The second ring W. . "" Vir . tt - ..: xtri.'. Iv'I jf 'f& .notifies, , oper ator thafcybudesires lo. ..Minueji. ,,....:ari .' uccinovfii will ). Ckmnie '" Jientt k . . of 1' Bankruptcy. Andrew J. Sams On this n day of March A. D., 1914, on coasia. nng the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed on tie ii)th day ot Feb. A. D., 1914 't is ordered by the court that a hearing be bad upon the same on the 14th day of April A. D., I914, before said court at Covington in said district at lo o'clock, in the forenoon, or as hear thereto as practicable, and that notice thereof be published 1 time in The Mt. Vernon Signal a newspaper printed in said district, and all known creditors and other persona in interest may appear at In the matter Hotel Henry Wafte'rspn Tho South' most popular pHpe;d,odern hotel. Absolutalr fir.proof !(uoted jp he very heart of the retail shopping diitrictand netrallthetheatrraM. ( : " . 9 . ." .v? . .. vviibiica iiti4n.c.ox telephone miud. should keop this in , ft. - ment. Frkd Bradlky, Mch. sl-3- t. Ailmr.A. M. Bradley, Deceased. office ' ' . ' own. 6. Williams writes that M s. C. she is not doing so well under the treatment at Louisville; and will go t for to, Martinsville, Ind., Mrs. Jack Adams a daughter has returned from a of Mr. J. W, Marler, died Wednesvisit to hoi' home at Eliza day at Pino Hill ufter.an illness of three-weeks' one-hal- be . several weeks. She loaves a baby f months old. The two and body was brought here on tho late train yesterday and will be burned today, at the family burying ground a few miles south of Mt. for a while. son of Mat Vernon. Will Cummins, Cummins, while at work in the The sale of John Shutts MonMt. Vernon quarry, on last Fri- day wns well attended an I everyday was run into by a car and thing brought a fair price. The cought between another car, farm was bought by.J. H. Bullock breaking his right leg in two at $1210; horses brought $40. to places above the knee, besides $100. a cow $5. sheep $6. and $7. other bruises. per head, hogs 7 cts. per pound, several Drs. Chesnut and Lovell sot the yearling castle $18. per head. logand young Cummins is getting The fanning implements and along very nicely.. household goods sold for a fair . treat-incu- Atty C. C. Williams, Friday, re Reserve Loan ceiv.ed from the Association of Indianapolis, check "Fish's. You w,ill want one. for $6000,00 in full settlement of Foe Sai'.b ; Fall black Minorca policy of life insurance carried by in favor Jas. Boreiug"'df-.frpndoEggs. 50 cents per setting. j una uoremg. of his wilt. Mrs. Mks. V. R. McOloub, Tho insuranco company carried. Mt. Vernon, Ky. 3 G.t LOAIj price": - The newest hat in town .is "The T,.no" in the Swann lino nt n, '. Marguerite Lovell. Gen. Pancho Villa, the rebel lead-- , f ' . . er in Mexico, is a Memphis .negro. i4.VSpanlsli Dancps No's. 2 and 4 . .. t5ij- - mi in- -' -' jumue- morrow Jiiiec. ,.. ,,'joimitl the jSi isittnea, The story is that he ; ' United States 'army at Memphis .. under tho name of Goldsby. He measles. Rev. James Carmical was assigned to duty ..with the4 h;wut.prcacu ai. oopeweu me louria 1 tl-Terith cavalry, where liebecanTe ff Saturday and Sunday in Match anDllcatlan toothet ftnd heals a tourb " Ottt sergeant. Ho served at Fort ' pimplykin,ami,whenrepetwl,quicUyefrect will take and more than likely, a cure. Eczema. ErYllteUS.Tctter.'Ulcersfid Riley, Kansas City, Fort Gibson, charge of the church for the next all kla 'diseases yield to.ht curative properties. Oklahoma (then Indian Territory) year. Two cbilaren 01 Lee, Mc Sn4 (oc IrM lunplt od hook. Hwlth tod Ktllr. iur,niur, nuu"T11 liS'' ,p. and at Fott Chono. Texas, and Clure, are on the sick list." )71QEprlv(CuiinN which place ho is said to have deserted while in the field scouting BETHURUM & LEWI S after hostile Indians. Fort Chono only a short distance from the is Attorneys at Law bordor and not a great distance terqf Mt. spent Saturday Offices in Bethurnm Bldg. from Chihuahua, Moxico. Golds-by'- s and Sunday with Charles1, Carml alleged desertion from the cal at this place.Rov. Ca.rmical Will practice in all tie Courts. army might have been followed by of this place, will preach at Line 1 nis affiliation with Mexicans in Cre,ek; Saturday and Sunday. FIELD that section of the country, and, Clara Carniical spent Monday years of ex with Mrs. Asher Cummins at Mt. due to his several Farmers all over the state perience in the array part of it as Vernon. Mrs. Cynthia .Nlceley are taking advantage of tho an officer it would have been spent Friday and Saturday with wholesale cash prices on field easy for him to become a leader of hor son. John Niceley at Burr. made by 'W. seeds a certain class of Mexicans and, Mrs. Arnold pf near Walnut Bnsh Nelson of Lexington of an array. later, Grove spent.Saturday and ' SunKy. 'White to him for prje The newspapers of Texas and day with her nephew, Mr James list? "and samples and save elsewhere have sought to verify; Araold at this plaao. The two ' middle mans profit. the story, bufrhave not been suc- youngev children of;M.'u, John W. cessful. Proof Is wanting, but no Kirby, are seriously ill with denial of the allegations have ' been made. -T" GENERAL VILLA SAID TQ 12. Pierrette; BE A NEGRO 13. To You A story is going thorounds that Daybreak !. Skating " -- Dance "' " A .. Edith'Kyker. r'l (' ' ' ,M said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the. prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. WITNESS thw Honorable A. Judge of said M. J- - Cochran, Court and tho seal thereof, at' London in. said district!..- - on. the. nth day of March A. D. I9I4. M,&'Kullak J. W. MENZIES, Clerk. By S. W. Stacy, D. C. ' Hewitt -- Finest Cafe in Louisville, with moderate t . T '.ItUI prices. Club Breakfast from 25c upt nqon (lay 50c.i table de hote Dinricr, 6 ko fl p. Lunch m $1.00. Also elaborate 'a la.carte service ' h' ' in Restaurant. Rathskeller open from 4 p.m. to.l a.'m. ' Orchestral and vocal music. ' !( .) n - ' ROOM PRICES' " T T" and' With running .water private toilet Sl'perdajr With private bath$i'.50U up to $3.00 pei"day(I 4jjd I MflTM sUtmnli a aitna - 4s aFviasy S5 oMa.aa.usu. witlf prtvnle WAK $2.$0gt2 . 1,1. '' perqaf l V w'e' Bettie, Criderv ..Elsie Rhea. , GIRLS Oley Speaks Hold up your heads, girls! The : Dmtiels ugliest of you have the beauty of 3t$sskowski health and purity and innocence. The. plainest may make herself so Chaminttde ; V. You re cordially invited to. make ril hotel your Kedqurter ythilti inijoMtatlet even If only for a day. Have your mail and packavei adllrcsted JjJre. You Crtll a I way i be a welcome guett. ROBERT D. JONES, Manatfi?.'" ccyyy MT. VKRNOK,..Ky, ut. . - .tn.c " w over-haule- ' P. H ConoveV.: Dentist vjt ...i ... .... ',. or I, . I fa M Ve-mon- , SEEDS beloved that the hearts of those who know her will long for her presence, and to them sho shall seem tho very queen of beauty. If your lips are too thick and lacking to utter in curves, teach them sweet words of inspiration. It your hands are Urge, let them ever bo ready and helpful, the glad almoners ot a generous heart. It will shine thru and be apparent to tho dullest eye; do not forget the body. Keep it clean, wholesome and you will be a delight to yourself and those about you. No matter how bright the ayes may be, if they reflect unkind, unlovely thoughts they are not beautiful. No matter how soft and white tho hands may bo, if they cannot work they are useless members, commanding no respect. hT Fron tRooms over naktr's Store .... w&-ya&-vr-ai- & The room recently occupied by George Owens, the moving picture man, is being a petition run through thVceliter and the front will bo occupied by V. Todd for a barber shop, while in the rear Chris Mullins vvlli have his cleaning and pressing establishment. Jr '.C. Williams, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- . ' Exchange. KYI OFFICE.--On 2nd. floor o The Bank of' Mt. Vernon , on Ohurc street. Special attention given to collections. . . Phone No. 80. -, MT. VERNON. ?T $ $ 1 K8B3I PEOPJ.ES $ BANK $ $ . A Straw HOPEWELL Mrs. Mary Kiiley an ageS lady formerly of this neighborhood, who sold her farm some months ago and was living with her son Walter Kinley at Anchor, Ky.., died march the 1st., "Mrs. Kinley leaves five children to mourn the death of a christian mother, Mr. William Kinley of near Somerset, Mr. Squire Kinley of Mt. Vernon. Mr. Walter and Evoretto Kinloy of Anchor, and Mrs. H. C. Rob erts of Oklahoma. She had been a member of the Baptist church for thirty five years. She was liked by all who knew her and will bo greatly missed, especially by her five sorrowing children. Dear Berda and brothers weep not for mother, for she is doiiejjvifh 'the troubles and trials-- , .of this earth' and has gotfe? hotna.to' d'wbll with. r. tL. .1 will Show the Way the Wind Blows i ' 1 . the case to last resort.sbut Atty yearling horse Williams' wont, right alp.ng with colt, dark. bay, 'right hind foot them, as he nl ways does, and had white, lefc my place Monday. In- no trouble getting his decision of formation leading to his recovery, the lower court affirmed. will bo appreciated; Strayed: A J. M. Martin, . Dudley.vKy. SquiroW. A. Hammoud, of the Disputanta section, and one of,the best known cittzens of thef county, died yesterdoy morning at his home after an illness of only a few dayh of pneumonia. The county had no bettor, more citizen than 'W."A. Ham-mHo was a man whoso d. everyday walk thru life could well bo emulated, and his doath is a great loss to his community and the county at large. Hisremaius w)ll belaid to . rest today in thcfamjlv burying ground at Scaffold Cane with the honors of theMasomc order. Feb, 27-'3- t. up-rig- ht pro-grtssi- Warning to'tiuisteoS'Of common schools. Who will be struck. from censuslist? All pupils, listodas six or nineteen ..without stating whether they were born before or aftor July 1st. All pupils listed on pads not signed bp the parents or guardian. All childrefi born afier July 1st 1508. ' All children born on or before Thetfrte no uhilitde for Royal Baking Powder iot making tie best cake, hiscvit And pastry. Royal Ss Vistz and the Ab-solat-ely ave you Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the LU1 LLi) there's a reason. ' ; w $ SAFE AND SOLID $ For.- - Eyery Banking Facility o only Baking powdef , AMPLE RESOURCES the Convenience of the People OF KOCKCASTLIfi COUNTY f n t li.WC July 1st I89I. Census takers will not be allowed to sign census pad for paren ts. If parent or guardian sign by mark samo mustr bo witnessed. alpha Fill out census, Jesus in a. brighter, - .world than betically. W, A;. B. DAvis- this. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Carnen- v v made itom Royal g . ape cream of tartat. M" t Uso Us $ $ PEOPLES? BAN tJ.i t -- w l . s ' "TS '$'"S:.$I .'... T - rf5 l ftw .. rmw , i Ta-j- - j . - toil, .nwwtwwin' Chas.C. Davis Mt. Ve-no- TrkwC Wo we-ii v ( t tfggOKU. Wll, r - f i sen atHMH CO.VB, O j PINE Hirf.. Mr. W. "Bv Rctnke will t Chas. C. Davis it . mi. vsiiiu I, DRUGS My Phone No- - is (39). thirty-nin- e. We open shop at 7 o'clock a.nv and run open shop till y o'clock p m. You are cordially welcome in at any time during our u 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. --- outplace Isaac Hurst of L'tttftaQR. bis tonally ,here In' a 'few days ipli '.urn a'l gn.iddnjr A. Wt tvUd relatives at.juh " poi' e W. M. Cptiengirn, and family nie .11 Adui ik mid i'ltnii' V nl ML Bnrdette ofjkylsiling Sunday Hmdle Dr. herc :rala.nlveH r wvrt vjlsj t ii r i. Itui theMhtt iiuiK.ittorliciod v'shed .Thnnias still cemtinm)' ery low Sm-dcity unci unciuSy lilsKS'sterMtN. Jasper 0i;nrtriai aud not.cxjjicied to liVc.Mr. C ' I urdu v anil an' .' 'ic M"!c Sutiduv -- Ma do-i" C. Howoll pont Sunday at hN Sunday. U. G; (Shepherd and daughters. Golden hcinjQin Bppdheac .Miss.Ida Barron. Mr. Cijesjiut Kirbynd family .spont Sunday 'audJi.plu of (Lebanon let ,' were will conducjn Hories off meot'jnua with Mrs. Mnhssie McFerron. the'guests of Mrs. Shepherds jistcir jtiCalloWwi cnmnicncing "Stuv-ly- ( Saturday Miss Surah Payne who wus Very. Mrs. R. B.. Shepherd night A. C. Tlmmpson sick last week;, is better ut tliiS.audJSundav. E Green Fish" of so9tt"f com .'Friday untjl Suuday writing, Mrs Mury liullock and neat' Hiatt attended the Biblo witb.jhoniofplIcK in Lot.svlle.r; w. chddren spent, Satjirdrjy, lindjjujv ,Re.adinatvthis plaie Supply. Mr.,Rein'barg, civil engineer, for d.cy with her p.irents, Mr. and Miss Matlie Owens spent Monday the'K. P. Co.. left Sunday for Ed McKJn-- . witirMiss's Mattio and Dannie Mew Mrs. D. B. Barron ney makes his ipgular call at the Rldjllo. Ml?Eila Carmjiof .'ifTo in KiuiV. Tforniefcidt'. 'tntatefiri homo of W, H xteunor evory uiguiicuu.. ugeui vjiii- iituuiug Mrs J.E.'Mitcn Sunday. Tim Garrett was here Club's met with the club at this 31' has been' very sick for several from Fipo Hill, Sunday . Mr. and place Monuay'i). m. at tue name days butli some better'at prosenU ofNTr. afid Mm. I. W. Riddle! Mrs. H. C. kirby spent Subdi-'4Ji Pt. Holon, former superin-.tyeneVt-rc Mi-M- are having somerdcc'spn g id imuJ1tlie people ut tins move ht Viic-n- CASTOR U) i For Infants and Children. ALCOHOL 3 I Atl!clal)lerWnaMilnn rnrA..: slrailaijngtherWanaKcj'uia lingdic S tostactts aiulfJowea $ lRIl tiviiv The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the YorkiV-Mr-'GoogRotibs- PWJJHgMMji Signature PrornoicsDisttonOwrfat ncssandRratjContoInsocite rtnl.n.. UnM.i. n.li;....t UlllUUU'iUIUUUtC - Jj' , . - trains-Suntla- y yoTNXncfd BtJHtfoiJitswnmma nt CHAS. C. DAVIS Mt. Vernon Ky. It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's Ionic She says further: "Befpre I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. 1 was hardly"able to do arty of my housework. After taking three bottles of CarduL I began to feel like a new woman. I soon 'gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give CARDUI The Woman's Tonic I still use Cardui when I feel ut a trial. and a little bad, It always does me good. Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman-l- y tired, worn-otrouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's ionic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui . for? your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing, women for more than fifty years. rMWMMMMMlIMMS mm (Ml Get a BQttle Today! 164 with Mr. and Mrs? Thomap Rowh. lnme,s Barran "and family spent Sunday withMr. Sarah Kirby. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rowe are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy.Mrs. Nora MoKinney and little daughter. Dorothy Und Ruth Bpent Sunday with Mrs. O. M. M'eKinnoy. Mr. and, Mrs. Jack Prowit were the gues.ts of Mr. 'and Mrs. James Southard, Saturday night and Sunday. Mss Bobbie Capps. of Pulaski, is with her sister, Mrs. Bubert McKinney. Melvin Wallen who has been sick for the past four weeks remains very sick. Misses Berta and Her-thKirby wone the guests of Mar. tha and Fannie Kirby, Sunday. Rev James Barnes will preach at Mt. Pisgah the second Saturday aud Sunday in April. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKinney are rejoicing 'over a fine girl which-ar-- : rved at their homo tho 15th. Miss Nannie Southard spent Saturday and Sunday with home Iolks. Logan McKinney and sitter, Miss Rissle, attended church at Hopewell, Sunday. Mrs.' Bird Cummins and children, of Mt. Vernon, were visiting relatives at Sand Springs last wenk. Mra.. James Southard was the guest of Mrs. M. M. Bullock last Saturday. Misses Lena and Roxfe spent Tuesday with Martha : and Fanuio Kirby. a Mc-Clur- Mr? and -- Mrs. Grover Johnson, o R. ii;t9,m0y,edtb this place.--MProctor and,' family are visiting in .lt.Vernpn, Mr. Bot? Adamg, of Pineville, trafj moved toour town. HA Langford of Mt. Vernon,' r7?4rs. S, j. Roberts sold heV visited, friends at this nlaco Satuf- - fajmtoJ. P.Holsinjj arjcl, will dayvp;, m. Jake Hacltniy who.has mkko her hcjtre In Pittsburg.--M- r. beenwith his uncle Jonts, Proctor and Mrs.jHiRnight, of Bar i j , boursville,, yiere called to this iorisoniu iituu, witp uome loins iroiu rnuay uuiii place SaturtWi on account of tho Supdp.j.1 Mrs, J . oreiDp'Visitvd Berjous illness of Mrs. J. E. Mrri'John, Gridor Sunday. Mitchell.-rA- Jr, Jake Doan is very i Sick.' Mrs.vKowell, of Brodhead Is'soeudinK tho week with her husband at this place A. L Doan. of Lebanon Junction, is at homo with hlVfather who is very r. spent Stiocjay with at PiriuHljl. -- Mr. and. Mm. Juries Btfllock visited Mr. arid Ma Jories frootorat lort usieu 1086,06,. TolatJvpB theig.Hill Coal Co., fjrtiSo4- lib - AnrfectBemedv forCoroflft .,,".', t Ion . Sour StoiMrch.Dlarrtoc; Worras.ioTHSiorajema nc33 andloss or Sleep., TuSeak tttatmt cf rtX U' ft J? In Use For Over nsi Hwc5 NEV YOHtt,, iTWin3SSuu33BiWiTH JBUArartteetJ under i Tur CENTAun Compato; I Thirty Years CAST0R1A inie Exact Copy of Wrapper. CI MCK' y -- ". ssrsTjnkii "SaMetkta- a&4 S CUid - ' llSlillfelSlliili l1KU.XrvJinDHkS i;3,arHflw.tf,jarWJ" n - afvtvTA TFINE-TAR-HONET 3X SnS.CRAMimiSTCALfCi T rronwr lhr b Jaat na Egg? thatch Jho-hcn- a tondition'. : better if are in perfect, The SAFE boys'magiM "ji.ir: .r .v- - it rw?inubi Ki l pR, UNIX'S . a .id.. . tin.... t a. a Wknutat t mwimw M DMUt caar. J ua- Mpouif 9 TtF Tcrrtdytn u uaiiiHni MA. BY family jj ctJ e vtLi iU v n --cw, , OaL. MTUlrTtoBcir t.. r, " AAill III 'pay3bip the year rcMind. It; prevents tiiaoaacv sharp-- 1 ens-happetite, impro.vca digestion. You,'!! get more '"live?" eggs more" and stronger chicks. iVcW" Pu!lfy Regnlktor , i ksnii'vu lPfMf: iew ' imait(KrM Alijo7orol)'ioTa,notchUd1ppr. Cloanu y k vltUiln. f dllf ptctuTM, M to btphtnm evory-- j iitb. Iml,IBI)lIltonMf tratcl.adrra tor. UiItlc.4ilitoTr, school ilia, wrtttea br JBfMtxMular anstrumroapeoiu hi ..i.r.:Dnartmntantfuion. root bollKlectrieltr. nd other Hniuw. jtm biticjos ra porta. of Mechanic. wauTrrwir)fciiwi VtiotoextfhT, Popular Binoo, Mow to Mako kwr'iutF-.'a'v.- r - lamp vouvctma, unrEna, feu, liar s- avaatloaaaul Natural Woiulera. il Send Subscriptions 1 mm .State of Ohio, city of Toledo. I SS ' SUf utlom , Cuunt.4 ,J n4 tu. ilia. tili.ptO, tta. to .'fFiSilfJliSS fwtiy!nOV.-'v.lA!.l'J.' UNDBBTAKBI3 Our line of JCouch JCnukots is unexcelled Hand-made (Joflinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of he County vi - All orders by Wire Promptly4Filled - Sworn to before- - me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. A. "WVGLEASON, (Seal) Sucas County, ) I'rank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner oL the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co , doing business in the City of Toledo, County and ttate aforesaid', and that sajd firm will pay the sum of Une Hundred Dollars lor each and every case of Catarrh, tnat cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J CHENEY. Xthtt nVitttUit'liJitaa fntti. II - ' 11 SIGNAL , 1 mi""' ' ""! 'J ti , ,, ., iiijl"L' ,rK -- THE ' ' : :,r,iv PEDIGREE Qtultry lltoh, , . BATES SHOE S . Anxie.ty Boy, Hereford Bttj, calved Sept. '34J lois, Breeder Jos Ky., Sjre H, Gibso'n," Somerset, Baron, No. 257054. Dam, BritHli fW.Nc 149099. Owned by John W.'HiltonyPirie Hill, Ky., where he will.make the season ot iUi4at $r.oo at the-gat- a: '!i:tt!it;!!i !!; A JOHN W. A. COX.i fc j ijiQn ijjP'S'yj'y?y?--- Pbon a- 94-? MT. VERNON, 'KY Notary public. , ..Hall's Catarrh Cjure j takervfa-tprnall- y and acts "directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of IbY testiof the system. Send monialsfree. . P. J. CHENEY ,& CO., Toledo. Ohio. Afiitc Mar. l-- t, STUb"bQRN, ANNOYING COTJGHS OURJJD , , v' v JM v. liusband had) a cough Jfor nfteetiyearaand.my son (or eiln . v Pine Hill, Ky, tllLTU, Wholesale House of Chicago paper, .aeaaea :: ::::::;: c : 2iS5 .j :: s 1 :::: t : s f t 1 Said the best advertisement for a General Store is to adverse every week in your-loca- l 'THE WILL WAS PROBATED' stipation. r?..vT,:i.. pi. uii'ooi'uujil) tint.. iuiilia iiuii r ' U . f. Sole by all DruKcists.7SC. ,4 .v uu- - ' This Sfioe rottjplcitelytcured them,, for wnich On last Monday at JO o'clock p.m., the will of the late John Smith was probated and read, as follows: "I, John Smith, being of sound mind and member, realizing the uncertainty of life, do hereby and hereon c(eem it a duty I owe to my beloved wife, Mary, to will and bequeath to her all that I have, both real and personal. Therefore, it ismy pleasure that she have all that I have to do with it, as she deems best, and I hereby appoint her as my administratrix withput Bond. This given out by my own hand jgVJj BEST FAMILY LAXAjXpK,; constipation.. Use Dr. fine's New Life Pills" 'and keep well. Mrs. Charles, E. Smjth oi west rruiiaun, ma. cuus uiem 'Oui family laxative.' ' ' Nothing better for ucfults ol 'aged. Get All Druggists' them to day. 25c. Beware of mail.- " ffX7ms In ;3VWaIk Every voujg man who frlitnpscs thin "aV new BATE? SHO foV !'PnnB'i topa rliilit thero anil puts up hie money And he WINS' when ho does it too f0r. PATFS QUA lA 1TY baclcg up the cateh'v 'HATES STYLE in this new rtlA ahoe; In tap aiidhlfukqjitJ.QQ 'I am tnostananiciui, wri'es Mrs. Moor, of Saginaw, Ala. Duvfd What-- Dr. Kirlg's ' New Discovery did forihese mQu. J. w,ill do for you. Dr. King's New Djsiovery1 should DOinevery ncime, ocojms J. E. Mptchell, of Pine Hill, Ky. Says the best way do just like or by or ' ' H. E. Bucklen ic Si Louis. hacking kdug'hs relieverflagrippo fii'd'all' throat and liing ailments it fails.- All drug-- . f gista.-.Price. 50c. and i.oo. H,; E.. Buckle & Co. Phlljdlphia or st. juouis 4 -- m CftHKlIONUJt'B BALE Money-Uaclcir - handing, the goods out, he he can advertise, is to is doingt Just keep CHEAP FOR CASH. RDCKOASTtE CIUCUl Delta Bakor VS)CommlsslonerIa Sale W. COURT Try a Pair Today, t oa 5imyjl any Q7K 3ma(o--aawrn in tua pu Sopim io t'O o10' ' 4" q (hm tars F" 'Its Wf mi uioji bu 'tionmi oi iiiui moil )q!JI ItiKti tp-- Plaint IT. THE GREEN FRONT ;:: i t ;(:::::::::. u (pairlodJMUj) t WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY. II, Bakjft; Uolgndajit, . tbVtU4thday'6f April, 1906. JOHN SMITH." I wish to state that John N. B. Smfth's estate was' a, $2,000 policy in the. Kentucky bred Insurance Company, the! Great Commonwealth, represented by vour local druggist, Chas. C. Davis, who will be glad to snow you rneir policies of protection. "WE USE' '' aiuvix loop juojj jap ujoij psjtnjpB dq"&ra doo- iMjt pait'anoapjuijjdgo. auiusdo joop tnonupuoo"Jov7juo aijj eq jj p i'uja3 pxM pay biujojij3 jo H1 'POOAw apaux. ttopQ I - Trie,CAStttsT(i Ohildren Or rnn run KICKXroO- v'ja" pt;uaRHEUMATm"IHBVt v to the hfhctartji e beat bidder at public auction, on -cd ijaj; of, March, 10U, jxs; rJT tween the hours of 9 o'clock ant and 4 o'clock p1rC1tfnelntf regular CpunijC ! sfi? 'monhsf ri rTnurmc "f i ') Jurfe'aayydiParlcllt-rvciiwjjtn o r. as' , thjcifnllflvU? dewribfid rcal.eatatjln, TTv. . rw.trmut.il. Omintv. l.tl VaJnnn trysi-iV- '" 5 ,i" "" By virtue of 0 judpraent and. orer of court, sole of the Rcxjlsoaaup. rcniTrnul at tho. taimarv Tcnu. iftl4. to offeb' for sale'hereof .' of the "Court Hduse In u saaaaaaaoaaaaaoa aaaMf)asaaeaaaaa 2 1 1 :::;: ; : 1 1 j i ::::::::: ; :::: : a t iiT X )114 lit Vernon, K Mon-dy.tli- J0;NAS MRENZIE FEj LLS T - "WfeM KinLB. . B EXPELS WORMS T.,'ri&',Antnt)a rWfl,tf 'UiOTiid. ? i 'dti&tfbtyinniBfrrat ftho intersedlari bf vtm nncl Tot anil dcscrlbecTasfolloWB: hnilu "...V ' Selz Sh-o'.THE s r "RGYAL B, U,E" 4 Tha Msmi Hmmmdv The.foul, feud, ottepsive nrejtnfTi the, north ltnotof Tlie sallow cnmpjgxion The ark allfjndli hvUll'StreetrthVjdcrf-'KBTt' wrioo circle iifaduritbtiicvi ' " Kiclipbo Lfifcufo thkbcaitimnK. potions Aof worms. rWovyf. part . plt the., land.nur. your aiifia Wornj.pillir,isflYh ntedstlfiDels'tlic? worms, tile .. .LlU'd nltn(llthrfn1r Uavlsbydeed of Octv, 3rd. 1907, cause pi tne cwiu to fteeU ofjejt; anUVci!trtledtfielnr citrloe ofD66k '3rib.f23, v Uie ' County senmucu ant! pui wunurf uwhju Qf iRockplelCoufay . W&rm RHBr ,givcjn.t sure rener. Clek tone to the. .Vm. tin. minohasa nriec the purchaser Its will) ,approve(jl weneral system. bupnllecli3 a mW'Mete'V. bond T iTbouse '&yo& child's . nufcc fttJtHeiejDMiejCijf JLot XiQ -- fcp iutijed 4 f J$L DANIEL BOQME AXLE GREASE SCIATICA. IBAGO. GOUT. AND KIQNEY.T And don't have togrea$e but once-a HWM lv Otkrl RIMK? mtunM m ra . UJ p'. 9iM mm jyyfSE 'I IiF.vqu need, a good ggjjr of shqesit . your interest to examine the Selz line before you buyt MT. VERNON, l ICY,. laxktlxA-.e'o(aad- 8 STOP mAW&ozm. deipnu .or at. l,ous, week. Made in Kentucky-b- y -- - CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. "mmw" urn ntvatr Buy a box to day. Price 35c? Aij ' u gisis or "jr iui' K,CKapoo Indian Med. Co. PhlUt 1 aurety bearhiB tuterest from th? daft? of La!runtVrpHld add 'havln'g thbrtorce' ' tBfllPalaBV I6'dire6t'6fa'iilanefit. laH BIbcs Ohiitja prepared iU jcomply iy CflDC 'fm .Bakaft-fTaa- lB JaaVaVaafl " PAID HIGHEST. MARKET-PRICE0R.RAWTUBS AND HIDES Vfool on CimmlHlon. Writ lor price Cl3triaentlon(ab lhl td. AND HIDES A .SWHW fW Master' Conunuslo'ner'ot' the'R. C.C. JOHN WHITE UO. louS. l2k laBilrTf vl