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' v - Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVII. x B I H H H H iH H i 1 H Mtum BKODHEAD. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FJRIDAY' MARCH 20, 1914 tK5k 3WWP l887 " : "" "- -- u GUAKANTEEDi 'Iv?;; sit .Wl ftVfWi Ps.. mICBKL If f if:-- l J5HSBRfcVK.V Tariff IS OFF All-Wo- GUARANTEEEl lrAT-- , ,v . yro& Iat$Sr7 ol off on wool, which makes if Guaranteed possible for us to sell you The Tarifl is All-Wo- ol We will save you' Clothes for less money. from $2 to $5, and give you guarantee, as follows, which make you absolutely safe. Wc might talk for hours about Ladies' Hats Men's Hats, Ladies' Skirts, Men's Pants, Ties, Snirfs, and Shoes for everybody, but why do I the pick of the country's best maker in it Men's and Women's wear is here and we want not necessarily sto buy you to come in these are looking days, and we want you to look. Cashier and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt were the guests of Atty. and Mrs. E. R. Gentry Sunday. Mrs, 0. C. Howell, and children were spanding a few days with Mr! Howell in Pine Hill the first of the weak. J. W. Kincer. who is working in the Road Terminal postoffice in Cincinnati, was at home last Sunday. Otis Hale, of "Walnut Grove, was in town Monday on his way to Berea, where he is attending school. Born to the wife of Woodyard Owens last Saturday a baby girl. Mrs". Mary Evans, and son Frank, returned to their home in Berea after spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. D. B. Chandler John D. Pike was at home Monday. Mrs. J. H. Jarrett was in Mt. Vernon between trains Mon day. W. H. Waren, of Stanford, was in town several days this week looking after Insurance. Mrs Walter Miller, of Lebanon Junctionk was in town during the week looking after the renting of her property here. Miss Eila was in Mt. Vernon during Carson the week. Mrs. J. T; Lawrence spent' a few days - the first of the week with relatives in Crab Orchard, J." Thos. Cherry, of Crab Orchard, waSFin townlast Sunday, A& H'urt.i from Hot Springs,' Ajjc,, the first of the weekrhferebespenta few weeks relief of .rheumatism, and seem to be much improved. Mrs and little son, H. L. Tharp, Graveley Farris, were here from Junction City Saturday and Sun day the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Albright, and Mr and Mrs. J. R. Cass. C. H. Frith's residence caught fire Tuesday afternoon, which caused considerable excitement for a time, but little damage was done, no insurance. Mrs. N. J. Reynolds returned tp her home in St. Louis, after spending several months with her daughter Mrs. J. F. Wat'so'u. Born to the wife of C. A. Wheeldon last week a baby girl. John Robins sold a house and five acres of land adjoining the old fair grounds to W. A. Tyree for $275. Leonard an infant ot Mr. and Mrs. Chint Lear died last week with measles. R. L. Collier, of Crab J Orchard, was in town last week -- B B B BAKE W1JN B S B B B B BARGAIN BULLETIN Special Sales During Month of - March iiiK GOODS WILL GO like Ice Oream at a July Picnic. THE GREAT BANNER I Sale of CaROCERXEJg DON'T MISS THE BARGAIN PICNIC and SUGAR 25 lb sack of best granulated Sugar. Special EE'-T- he for-.th- e $1.20 Pilgrim WASH POWDERS Clean Easy Soap est soap upon tne market. Special. 3 bars for SOAPS the great IOC - Special blend of Coffee, once tried, always used, 25ct value for a $1.50 JO-lbb- ag great Cold Water Soap. 3 Boxes for FELS NAPTHA- - that 10c Every-- FLOUR "Finest Patent every ounce guaranteed of the high-grad- e, bodyknovs Lenox. (( LENOX SOAP 3 Bars for . IUU i "N Light House Cleanser ft I 4ine3t made rer oarrrei Be-thuru'- Same Flour in sacks 70c A N0.1s0d Family Flour good enough for me, hg 5' 50 Armour &, Cos greatest Wash Powders. Special, 3 cans for f HJC SUTTON & McBEE 4 WITHERS Ky. Little move to Burnside, is sick with Woodrow Mullins c- - E- - Mullins has returned from The farmers are taking advan- mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Major tage of the few good davs we are f cvnt. Rnnifav with Mr. ( Jackson where he spent most of . r good and Mrs. HJmmit Hasty. W. T. last week. Ot tis, the little son of having in March and putting fencing etc. time in plowing, Todd was down from Mt. Vernon Lewis Bond, has typhoid fever. attended Monday, mingling with old friends Miss Pearl Anderson visited Miss There was a huge crowd the sale at J. w. Shutt's Monday, Miss Hallie Sowder has return- Hallie Durham of Dango, Saturmost everything brought a verv ed home after a few weeks stay at day night and Sunday. Elish a foir Tirice. Rev. J. W. Soward Etna. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mc- - Anderson is on the sick list this filled his regular appointment at Bee and children of Quail spent week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mul Friendship last Saturday and Sun last Sunday "with her mother, Mrs lins visited their errandmother. Hav.-- Miss Ola DeBord has been Ruth Brown. .Mrs. W. A. Todd is Mrs. Mary Tohnson. Saturday jj - fcZHI r.l visiting friends at Wildie for the witn ner auoaugniur, ivlls,. 4u night and Sunday- ,- Mary and yuan, wuo is very sick. L,ogSton pact two weeks. Estel Price was Mrs. Wm. H. Brown and daugh- Eliza Mullins visited their little friends, Misses Mabel and Ollie very sick first of the week. ter Ora visited Mrs. Gene at Bee Lick last Sunday. Bullock Saturday niglit, and :waa Harve Brown spnt Saturday accompanied home 'Sunday by and Mrs. J. O. night with Mr. SPRING BLOOD AND SYSTEM Miss Grace Bullock and little sisScoggins at Bromo. Miss jaita CLEANSER ters, Mabel and Ollie. Herbert has raturned home Thompson During the winter months im- - Anderson and Estill Mullins at after a two weeks stay with rela nnritif accumulate, vour blbod " , tended church over in Jackson a : -i.:fc. tives at Wabd. Hobert Brown t Sunday kidnevs. liver and bowels fail to .Sunday. Albert Vaughn and spent last Saturday and "Spring Preston Tincher both have moved with friends and relatives at Mul-lin- s work, causing an Fever." You feel tired, weak and their families back to Jackson Station. A Mr. Jones, spring where they moved from two years lazy. Electric Bitters-t- he evangelist from England is system -. ucauoci a ago. Mrs. Amanda Alcorn has UJUic uuu. v,series of meetings at ,iof Chapel. It will prob- the kidneys, liver and bowels to Just returned from the state hos-Burnette's to healthv act on, expel blood im-- 1 pita! at Lexington Walter ably continue lor three weeks. purities and restore your health, Hampton is very sick with pneuWill Thomas has purchased the Electric strength and ambition. Thomas heirs farm, and has mov- Bitters makes you feel like new. monia fever. Leonard Moore was ed here, we gladly welcome him Start a four weeks' treatment it the guest of his little friend, Forand his family. The subscrib-tio- will put you in fine shape, for your rester Mullins Sunday.r-BberAll will.be services at Cave!Pldge school that was being taught spring work. Guaranteed. 5oc. and $1.00. Sunday, conducted by Rev. here by .Mrs. guePing, closed last Druggists. 'Philadelphia Hughy Ponder Lin- H. E. Bubklen;& Co. " Saturday. H. H. Catron of or St. Louis. Sunday night with his coln spent LETEL UKEEN. looking'after.his interest here. Mrand Mrs Bert Henson, of the Hiatt section, are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine baby boy on the 9th. Mrs. John H. Jarrett left Wednpsday for Pqrango, Okla to visit her daughter, Mrs. Dollie Cornelius. Wade H. Leece of the firm of Leoce & Cqllier, of Crab Orchard was in town between trains Wednesday. W. A. Robins a barrel only costs 65c cents buys a sack J and Dry Goods are not Groceries, of course, but we have such a big store of them to close out that we jnst had to tell you about them right now. Hats and "darned nigh" everything you can think of are to be closed out here this month. Shoes CORN Fine Sugar Corn nfee and sweet, hard to beat Fine Can BEANS, per can, Riee returned to Cincinnati Tuesday evening, after spending several weeks with home 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 has entered qur school and taken from us two of our most beloved pnpils, Wade and we-arand Ellen Waynes, made sad by their absence frpmus here, therefore, be it resolved: First, that the school has lost two of its best pupils; the teachers two of. our most obedient and cheerful students; and thechildren two oE our. kindest andV.dearest; Fancy Head " 8c 8c C V CLOTHING, Underwear, RICE BEANS New Michigan hand-picked 8c J W OLESALE You can buy at wholesale prices all during February Navy Special. 5 lbs for Beans. ....,, ta in heavy rich oil, 12c value No. Cans SA.LM.O N AkskaPink Salmon, packed Special, 3 for - .0 v- P" r Remember ! This is advertise- U.G. advertises a MATCHES L the big 5c box BAKER'S ment and when playmates. Second, that '.we of Capital Matches every one a good one. Special, 3 Boxes for Special Sale, he has the goods If - C ' to back it up. -, Mc-Willia- sympathy-t- o the bereaved family and assure them that Wade and Ellen ; from our midst and our sorrow ishard to bear., Third, that a copy of these rejso.-we-mis- s .-- s so-calle- d A;FEW CAR-LOA-D SPECIALS ' "AMERICAN FENCE Big Stock Low Prices v . PROGRESR STOVES and RANGES lutions be presented to the family. FURNITURE and CARPETS and another copy be sent to theft,? Stoneware andi Hardware Mt. Vernon Signal FLOUR, FEED and SALT i our. Clyde Watson extend con-ductin- ea Etta Cable 'A .u.. -j. Reca Brooks f Committee. Everette Watson j m - UG. Baker ' ROCKCASTLE The Right n -- ' , f 1l rtmrtttat-Htv' U III MW&A wEfisSiCvm ' . COUNTY'S Prices Root to bBe-fro- v. Jl' tft. " NPZiif S&rjm'. ,t8l,IooSx rel?$w' the yer. Goods . , sister tfrs., W.F. DeBord and at-tead- the' sale "here Monday. hajnKanaaad faMilyjh Ohildr&n Cry. FOR FLETCHER'S f!LrTTl:f-IKI k CASTORIA .AJ FOrftETCHER s :"THE; . STORE THAT J3lg &X0270 DOES , THE BUSINESS - nfe 'L,.-- t ll , 7 - :T-- -. V .ti. MT VERNON SIGNALl; 1 Friday, Mar. 20. 19 14 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. IT BSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION telegram from Bosworth, was reSenator Joe F. ceived by Mr. James Maret Tues-daj- : The followiug Frankfort, Ky. To Hon. Jas. Maret, Mt. Veinon, Ky. Tell Edgar all-rig- Albright in return I hand you back bat and the people of Mt Vernon the only possibility of B.one Way. We passed the State aid five cent tax for good roads. Tell him I believe he ought to at leat put on the soft pedal. Yours for Good Roads, (Signed) J OR F. BOSWORTH Senator Bosworth refers to our comments on him last wpek, to the insurance with relerence law. We feel very deeply our gratitude as well as all others who we're longing' for some relief on t&" NO. 3. the Panama road question, but good roads the Canal. Thus Los Agels wel with a demoralized business condeserves the title of enterprising r.B.v Rev. G, S. Watson ) dition thruont the whole state, Inf&nti and Children city.' help conditions much 'ITS CCWPMEKCIAL' ENTERj- would not Hue Always Iwjht Not so large as Los Angdes, Ifeltt-YThe later is certaiu to prevail if ' PRISE and not situated so far from us is j. there is not something done .1 . It is one tiling for a city to be a city that advertises itself as Sigga$$re of whereby business men, manufaci turers and industries of evfrv able to hrtiidle'::jll the business The City with a Payroll of a A TEXAS WOiSDER. kind can secure protection, which that come its way, it is quite an Million a week." It is probubly of city In "the will enable such business interests other thing for that city to go out the most talked The Texas Wonder cures kidney to secure the necessary credit for and compell business to come its South. We refer the Birming: and, uji'dr'er troubles, removing the transaction of such business way. If there is any truth what ham, Alabama. Though not in grauel, cures diaoets, weak ano the1 saying that all things the same class with Los Angeles That the bunch who originated ever in all irregularities of the kidneys and caused to become a law on come to those who wait, we do not Birmingham with 145.4 per cent and in boty men and women the Statute books, that most in- think it applies in any large sense increase,has outstripped ingrowth Regulaies bladder troubles in famous of all "laws, the Green-Glee- n to cities, except to the ones ihat every other city in its class. To children. If not sold by your law, did so, are willing to hustle while they quote the Birmingham Chamber druggist, will Insurance be ent by mail on prompted by any spirit of better- wait. It isadesireable thing lor of Commerce the city has grown iecpipiofi.o,-)- . One small hottle afford-vilub- l commer "from a cross-road- blacksmith ment so far as the insurance com- a city to in "two months treatment, nd selpanies or the insuring public is cial and industrial opportunities, shop to steel mills, blast furnaces dom, tails to pertect a cure. S"id concerned, is a huge joke to any hut this in'itself is not sufficient. and diversified industries of all for ustinfonialsfrom his and other man who has a speck of sense or a In these days of sharp compe- kinds iu less than a half century." states. Dr., E. W. Hall, 2926 bit of honesty about him. it was tition, a citj7 must not only have Here is a city, and a live one too. Olive street, St. Louis,Mo. Sold originated for personal and politi- advantages, but it must be able Futber it is a city that has not by Druggist. cal gain, and altho the business to convince the world of business been built on its climate or its advantages, two interests of the state are to be people that it has them. A man agricultural with great mineral wealth on his factors without which some cities sorely affected, yet the business men of Louisville when thev go farm, must not only be certain think it is impossibie to succeed. more than 300 strong, are told that it is there.himself, he must Birmingham is primarly an in"no relief," we can net let go our also be able to . convince others dustrial and commercial city. Its pet law, which we hoped would with the necessary capital to de- marvelous industrial growth.and furnish a much larger graft fund velop his land, that the wealth is expansion during the past ten! ' years have been the' wonder of and be a big factor in putting there. With cities as with individuals, iuc icvuu. x' ui a uibv ui lv,jjJ some of us in office again. Senator Bosworth voted and worked we are always willing to listen to people to have a payroll of one for this uncalled for, arbitrary oae that has.done things. There- million dollars a week, or more measure, and did so over the fore we turn with peculiar inter- than fifty millions a year, indicates earnest prptests of many of the est to the records of two Ameri- that the city is anything else hut can cities that have, during a per- asleep. Birmingham today boasts business men and almost every iod of ten years, led all other that it manufactures . 2.000.000 comnjjerclal organization in the You cart, have bright in distfjet which he has had the cities their respective classes in tous of iron annually, and that it and' beautiful Furniture, fixes the price of iron for the honor to represent two terms. growth. J FloUfs, and Woodwork Los Angeles, the "City of the world. Among the other claims With some there is no criticism Angels", according to the 1910 of the city is that it makes the at small cost for, ;tf ter the body guard reaches census, showed a gain of 211.5 per best steel rail in the world, has the, 'legislative hall, locates a seat TTdocan'trequire any skill and gives written or oral instruc- cent, which was the largest per- the lowest electric light rate in A torestorewornfurniture, centage of increase of any city in South, and that it is a young man's floors, etc.to original beautions for the day, and that is all. ty. Simply use PEE GEE the U. S. of 100.000 and over town. The city was founded in The majority of those who go the e combined Whether we are ready to believe 1871. stain and varnish. legislature don't know but mighty While much might be said little of what is doing and "a Dam all the wonderful stories that Los You'll be delighted with the Angeles Boosters tell about thi af Birmingham's industrial fine results. Try acan today fool in the Legislature" can be and it comes in .11 Natural city, ornot, we cannot but show commercial growth,, we aptly applied to many who go wish to Wood Colors, White, Gold and Enamel. All sizes. there and draw their per diem per an admiration for a city that has mention but one feature of the grown from alittlaovar 10,000 in- city's enterprise, namely, day. But not so with Senator Joe tlje PEASLEE-- AULBERT CO. 188O to 500,000 (estiwork done by tke Farm MoveBosworth, he knows all the habitants in F. tNwUtrOXAItJ "Ii 1913. While many in Manufacturers LOUISVILLE. KY. ment Committe of fhe Binning-- . time what is doing and if it is a mated) m good law he knows, and if it is fluences have entered into . thei Chamber of Commerce. During? FOR BALE BY a bad one he knows'. The people growth of the city, and some of the past ten years, while grow know the purpose and intent of them, (such as climate ancra. ing industrially by leapsawi' splendid sea harbor) are thiegs bounds, the attention" the Green-Glee- n of the Ky. Insurance law, and Senator Bosworth knew it Los Angeles does., .not' deserve people was so largely on industry when be cact bis vote for it, and special credit f or yet there is no and commerce that agriculture ' HER ;nothing but the severest criticism getting1arou id the fact that L' s was neglected . As a result of . Angeles is commercially alive this, Birmingham ih today large- Ahrhh T'lrvtK is due those from the highest to trnrfiil litirv " hr " iA'M and priosperous city. Back in tbe ly fed with food-stuff- s growp. at the lowest who aided in putting one was a beauty, that 1 vow, such a law on the Stxtute books, eighties and nineties knackers in a distance, and spends anntjall How $of her my poor old heart Southern California cried: "You more than $3,000,000 on vege of the State of Kentucky. pines; can't live on climate.'' This crv tables alone. Millions of dollars My soqgof grief you must allcw. The Kentucky Senate passed awakened the Chamber of Com- are sent away for products that How oft have I communed with the State Aid Bill for good roads merce to though1;. Its officers could with thrift and determ'ina.-tio- n hex--. on Monday last and its up to the determined to show what climate be raised at home. In order I love'herwith a passion mad Governor to approve it. A bill could do when coupled with soil to develop this neglected .and In my,' spare hours I would not stirj similar to this has been presented and bard labor. And today the needed field of activity around Away'irom ner; 1 naa it naa. to many past legislatures but al- development of raqching on any Birmingham the Farm Movement, She had mejashed right to the. ways failed to get there. This is large scale is directly due to the Committee of the Chamber has mast; one of the greatest moves made to- -' Chamber's broadcast advertising not only printed I'-teUyo,u that is true, by heck! and spread ward improved roads by state aid of the resources of the country. abroad attractive literature show The trouble was she was too fast, since the blue grass and other List year 6,500 manufacturing ing what can be dooe 00 ihesoU Asd sow she is a total wreck. similar well situated, Ticher por- establishments in Los Angeles near Birmingham, but next year How'l yiafiwfor the days gone' by; tions of our commonwealth was Urned out products to the value the Committee will operataa dem The passing years"canaot stone gridironed with turnpike roads of SHO.OOi',000. farm near Birmingham'; I onstration I try, constructed by state aid and many While there are many attractive a d what can be done on Jefferson That motorboat I used tq ownr built wholly at 'expense of state. features about Los Angeles, such county soils will be shown in a fc homes, practical way. Further, some of Eastern and Southeastern Ken asltsbeautifutand tucky never received any of this famous the country oyer, its r40 the companies with larere holdings FOR FLETCHER'S .. d, credit or benefits from these school buildings; and its up miles gf knd ner tBihnimfiainliWs $5,-000.0al-rea- itions The latter pdi- - of paved streets, that we would - started a moVement to bring a - ..v., our state has tried for jja.t,)ikp to mention more in detail, we good.ctifts of, settlers to the sec60 years to get at lpast som- - . dll Ilfli fel lhLt t.hoCtx tVlititr nnnri. tion, and oife"V to reut them land the crumbs that have fallen from trly come under the bead of this (for trnck" .gardening and fruit the tables of Jhese favored nrih-borj- . article. Howecer there are two grovnng)fo $1 .00 per acre, in 40 buttiutif-Moiululast weic uf Los Angelcb enterprise to acre- lots, and give a live year's denied even that little comfort. which w wish to call special at- - lease on the laud. In addition, Taking the live cent tax levied by temion. The greatest and most the companies have been building this bill, adding it to road tax al notable enterprise ever under- - rahoiise'for each family, fre.i o. ready in existence, with the U. S . taken by the city was t e bring- cost. Will anyone question that governmenls $683,000 yearly do ing of a water supply to the 'city with such a spirit of enterprise, nation to the state for use in road from the snow clad slopes of Mt. agricultural interests around Biroi making and maintenance, it is Whitney, a distance of 240 miles ingharo, will long lag much besaid the amount thus raised will by means cf an aqueduct, (tne hind industry and commerce? be something above the $2,ooo,oc o longest in the world,) and 20 miles 'We have cited the enterprise of mark and if properly applied to ot tunnels, at a cost' of about these two wide awake cities, not the making of roads would con- $23,000,000. This gives Los because 'we felt that Mt. Vernon struct 62oo miles of pike within Angeles a supply of pure water orRockcastle county could suceleven years, giving every county from the slopes ot the highest cessfully imitate the particular good high- mouti ain in the U. S. at a cost to forms of industry that have been ieat from four to ways to neighboring county seats. the consumer of 9 cents p-- r k.0001 cited, but. because we feel that It has been intimated in some gallons. 1 ttftspirit of enterprise can be quartersihat-- J Gov. M cCreary Los Angeles has already become, successfully imitated, and bemight possibly veto the measure. a shipping port of no mean im- cause it does us good to see "any We don't for an instant believe portance. With the completion city or community reaching out such a thing. 'The Governor, in of the Panama Canal, its impor- after busim-sand not only reachour opinion, knows, or ought to tance as a sea port will be greatly ing out after it, but getting it, know that such a move on his increased. The city is looking and growing stronger and richer part would bring down the ever ahead, and, after securing the thereby. ' lasting condemnation of all good services of . one of the world s iRockcastle county hasn't a roads people and they are in the leading experts on harbor work, greaY many' industries, but are majority in all parts of the state has outlined a plan for the system the ones that we have properly and more especially the Eastern atic improvement of the harbor appreciated? The best way to and Southeastern portion of our at a gel new industries is to appreciate cot of $10,000,000, over domains, and should the Governor, of which has aiready and boost the ones that we after doing such a rash and dia been voted. When the improvehave. Are we doing this bolical thing, offer to run forever ments are completed, ocean going or do we really care whether the so humble an office, even that of vessels of the deepest draft will business, interests of Rockcastle dog pelter, would or should be be able to go to its warves. As a supceed or not? If we apprecia e everlastingly tailored and thrown result many representatives of the what we have, let us reach out into the discard. We have a bet great steamship companies have, and pet more.-- . 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'Tall It Br The Ball" f A RE'NU-LAC-th- iwLfl ft S t - The Helping Hand 'LiVJlipN kLsedFkI2oi;ch SUITS f u l G 4QHN ROBINS Brodhead, April your 1 st Is time to change 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 The Bank of Mt-Vemon- r V underwear, We are ready to help you make that change ' any day You'll Find' the necessity of thinking belore paying a great Incentive to saving. When trouble conies what you have been prevented from frittering away will make a comfortable balance . The Bank of Mt. Vernon We recommend the famous z& .' -- v White Gat Klosed Krotch Union Suit For Comfort. Short and Long Legs and Sleeves, & all sizes. WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY" Kern County, "California Wants Farmers Kern County has room for 200,000 settlers. This may seem impossible to you but not so when you knowthatKern is as bi0" as the whole State of Massachusetts. It is a wonderful county and hundreds are makirg1 good here. We have issued a beautiful booklet telling much about Kern County. This booklet will be sent to you free, together with K eant-forg&,;althou- Children Ory 4 monthly snide'of the homeseeker and settler, if yon will send us ten cents in s&mps to help defray the cost ot mailing, SUNSET a map. of California and a copy of SUNSET MAGAZINE, the KACAZftE SERVICE BUREAU, Th Ch Star Sm Fruc, CaKfe v - if. r i- - .- - Ml. VERNON SIGNAL Mar. 20, 1914 7Q year. autere. had 7. April l2th this Mt. Vernon, Ky Have you plowed? 79 mm unl- - "T7Q J? cuto witti SIGNAL vtr r& up No. t Cr men Members don't, fail to attend of Commercial. Club your garden Tuesday night March 24th promptly at 7:30. meeting Jesse Malone, expert electr'cian, began work of installation . of an is coming. electric light plant here for the Ball-Ban- d Overshoes for $1.98 Mt. Vernon Power Company. today Fish's-- . August You kuow what 1 .iW. ;:AI1 , WHY PAY $18 FOR YOUR SPRING SUIT, WHEN WE WILL SELL IT TO YOU FOR Styles :: VW vV '$&.i9 4 LIBERAL COMMISSION AND Get your Easter suit atPish's .. N One Price To All SALARY to look after our busiand you will be satisfied with it ness in your community. Interforever. LoutsviLLc & Nashvillc R. R. Co. esting, dignified, healthful work. Everybody pays the same price clothes are tailored correctly, embody the niftiest Suve yourself $2. to $5 on that International Magazine Company, TIME TABLE. new bpring every one a new one H9 W. St., New York City. 7 22 north i4.59 p m styles, guaranteed colorings and are sold . at Fish's. a small margin of profit- Mt. Vernon x24 nortn latitude is 17 de- 3:53 am Head program elsewhere in this grees 20' 47" north and 84 degrees 23 south u:43 a ro 2L South west. Is 1113 12:19 am issue of the recital of Miss Gris- - 20' 28" longitude sours music puuils at Lanedou feet above sea levpl nnd'haa nn Jas. Landrum, Agent. Memorial chapel this evening. of the "pushinist" Commercial Phone No. 8. . Clubs to be found around any loProduce:- - Bring Stand By Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice of every kind to W. Parcel R. McCiure cality on top of the big foot stool. ... mail matter. as second-clas- s v i Mt. Vernon and yet the best orices THE MOLER BARBER COLin cash. Mch. 20 ?t. LEGE of 323 E. 4th Ave. CincinPERSONAL Anywhere Wg$&&&&?' Rememoer the recital of Miss nati, Ohio, wauts men to learn N rs. Pleas Ramsel is very sick. Grissom's music pupils at Lang Barber Trade. They offer splen LEADmociS!TH some don chapel this evening. A'rs. J. B. Lair is reported Every did inducements and a short term- better. completes. They mail free a one cordially invited. : Tomorrow the days and nights beautiful catalogue and ask all our : : Boone Way Fund. Mrs. Wm. are equal (equinox). readers to send for it. Poynter of Mt. Vernon, one of our Alvin Reynolds was here from good roads friends has contributIN THE DISTRICT COURT OF Rockcastle is 26 miles longnorth Langddn Memorial School Recital Paris during the week. ed one dollar to postage fund. to south and 20 milles wide from THE UNITED STATES Mis. Cleo Brown is reported The ladies never neglect helping Eastto West; lying within paralFOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PUPILS, OF MiSS MARY ALLEtf GRISSOM very sick with tonsilitis. along a good cause. lels 37 degrees 10 seconds and 37 KENTUCKY LANGDOiN CHAPEL degrees 30 seconds north latitude Uncle Henry Fish is reported Notice: Just received a car In the matter very low. He is at Lexington. load of Bowker Fertilizer for farm and 84 degrees 7 sec. , and 84 de-- . of In Bankruptcy. Friday Evening; March 20- - 1914, at 7:30 T. E. Craig of near Quail, was and garden. None better, price grees 31 sec, west longitude. Andrew J. SairRockcastle has 295 square miles in town Tuesday on business. right. On this 11 d. - .f March A. D., v of territory or 188,800 acres. P R O G R A. M was up from Enimit Anderson R. L. McFerron, 1914, on coni-wn- g the petition Spring's First Message (four hands) Mch 2Q-Mullnts Station on business Mt. Vernon, Ky. . In order to be ready "toliave .. Meyer of theatoresaio akrupt for dis.,- -. Blanche Silvers, '.Margaret Sparks. charge, filed o. Tilth HllT r IP Every member of the Commer- - lights when the plant is teady, -' Mazurka I" Wachs Feb. A. gfMr. and Mrs. August Kruger rial Pl'iih ic nrironHir remtactarl tn dnn't wait until, the very last to Df l9n .t is ordered by Slumber; Song v ew-., Sdhumann-Spmdle- r ., . .UWU IV are rejoicing over tne arrival 01 be present at nexfc meeting nteht have your house wired. Mr. Mathe.court that .t hearing be had Picnic Dance Spindle'r Hunting Song tneir tirst oorn, a gin. Tuesday Match 2.1th. Important lone, the electrician in charge will Lynes upon the same on the 14th day of Verna Welsh. . April A. D., 1914, before said Willie Adams is here from business in way of advertising lake the applications in the order i Scarf Dan "v Clfmindc court at CotingN n in said district Hotel Henry .Wafterson Colesburg, with his parents, Mr. plans for town and county. Be received, and will measureSyour Eugenia Fishback. . .VfVil1 house and give you an exact figure .?, siuurDer at lo o'clock, ir. tne forenoon, or LOUISVILLE. KY. and irs. Abe Adams. there at 7:30. S6t& Bennett as near thetato ;s practicable, and on the cost of wiring..- - Remeinber i:.( THjmey&pckle The South's moit popular priced, rpodein Little "Tucker" Langford conCh'mdwick The pistol toters hadbetter hotel. , don't wait if yon want' to be ready Jennie Morrow Miller that notice ther- v be published 1 imAbeoIuUlr altuated in the tinues very sick, but a little lsave their biegruns at home here- very hart of the retail (hopping district and to nave lights the first night the 5.. ThDoliLoSt ' timeimTht.M5 Vernon Signal a near all the theatret. proved over last week. v Martin newspaper ,".'ir attei. One of the few cood acts ThDollFomid Finest Cafe in Leuisville, witi moderate print in said district, . pri:es. Mrs. C. A. Chandler is with her 0f the recent Legislature was to plant starts. Brownie's Dance Martin and all known c t'itors' and other Club Breakfast from 25c up ; noon day Blanche Silvers. sister, Mrs. Albright, who has pass this law which will stop pisLunch 50c; table de hote Dinner. 6 to 8 p. Telephone users should "ring ' 6." Mazurka m $ .00. Also elaborate a la cacte service Sreabbog persons in interest may appear atbeen very sick for past two tol toting, if the officers, over the t in Restaurant. thru a conversation. Rathskeller open from 4 p.m. to I a. m. said time and place and snowMargaret Sparks. weeks. Orchestral and vocal music state will do their duty and inforce Then if they drsire to make an- 7. Soldier March r Schumann cause, if any they have, why the other call, wait five or moresec-ond- s ' Daniel Boone (I. A.) Bowman the law Gay Butterflies ROOM PRICES . Finn prayer of said petitioner should Ruth T.nndrntn.. sras over from and ring again for central. Jackson county With running vrater and Wednesday 18th was W. O not be granted. private toilet $1 per day Nevin this week to see if ground hogs Bradley's birthday 67 just mist The"ring off" notifies operator 8. A CoutitryMrance (four hands) WITNESS th Honorable A. Eugenia FishbaL-k-, Christine Davis. With priVate bath $1.50 had coine out St Patricks' dav 1a hours. W. you are thru with your first con- 9. A .Curious.S.tory ' '. up to $3.00 per M. J- - Cochran, Judge of said .. Heller versation and will be disconnect Mrs. Geo. Broclcof London, is t. Br van Wilson's A Spring Day seotetarv of sample ricmi Wolf Court, and the seal thereof, at pw 'i with private bath $2.50 Mamie Batter" with her daughter Mrs Will Fish state, and a man who never, quits ed at Central. The second ri'nLondon in said district, on the to$3.50 per day. 10. Minuet . Beethoveu Lujbvdj,ytf Manif A. D: . wh is suffering from a severe running for President, was54-- l notifies .operator that vou desire I9I4. WitchsvDvance You are cordially invited to make this 'JCufTak another "connection." Users of attack of tonsilitis. years old yesterday. r : .r irJ. W. VENZIES, Clerk. ! even i only for a day- - .Have your mai'l : ?Edith Kyker, telephone should keep.this.in 11. Dance " V P. Free in on will soon be ana packages aaOTcssed By 6 W. Stacy, D. C. " You will Hewitt Notice: All parties holding mind. always be a welcome guest. here. '.Skating. 7 com a citizens of Mt. Vernon. claims against the Estate of A. M. Kullak . ROBERT B. JONES. Manager. A " Bettie Crider,' He will move to the house of W. Bradley deceased, will present GENERAL VILLA SAID TO 12 Pierrette Chaminade 3 C Kirby just west of railroad. same to me properly proven. Al BE A NEGRO Elsie Rhea. GIRLS 13. To You ! Mrs. Geo. Cook and daughter, so those indebted to the estate Uley Speaks A story is going the rounds that Hold up your heads, girls! The Daybreak Miss Lyda. have returned to their will please call and arrange settle- Gen. , Daniels P- Pancho .Villa, the rebel lead-- . ugliest of you hare the beauty of Gonover home at Liviugston after spend- ment. ,,. .. t.. er in Mexico, is a Memphis'negro, ' 1 f iopamsu xmnces jnos. z ana, 4 . ; Meszkowski health and puritv and innocence. "' ing a week with Jndge and Mrs. . Fred Bradley, -- Elsie? Rhea, Jennie Morrow Miller. The story is that he joined the The plainest mav make herself so IT. VEKNOX,TKY, J. B. Lair. Mch 2l-3- t. Admr. A. M. Bradley, United States army at Membhls. beloved that tho hearts of those 'ron tRooms over Baker's Store r. Miss Evelyn Gardner, steno Deceased. under the name of Goldsby. ' who know her ll long for her He Phone 49-ri measles. Rev. James Carmical grapher in Atty. C. C. Williams' Mrs. Jack Adam, a daughter was assigned to duty with the n, them she shall presence, and ;W at the officr has returned from a three-weed- s' of Mr. J. W. Marler, died Wednes Tenth cavalry, where J yi. VLJl will preachand Hopewell in fourth seem the very , he became a of beauty. If Saturday Sunday March. visit to her home at Eliza day at Pine Hill after an illness of sergeant. He served hrV ftn nnntlrnMnn on Kaalon'MMinli your lips are at .Fort thick and lacking DlmDlvskin.and.wherireneat(4-nu'cklvpfTwtand more than likely, will take be own. n The room recently occupied by 17..M jjvAttuKa bi iuMf ACfcci. TTI. several weeks. She leaves .a baby Riley, Kansas City, Fort Gibson. wii UlkctS aUU in curves, tear them to utter skin diseases yickfTt lts:curative properties. charge of the church for the next s. C. C. Williams writes that two and one-hal- f ntic it nnr. mt Mm atmsinmtm months old. The Oklahoma (then Indian Territory) inspiration. Ii G eorge Owens, the moving picScad for free .ample &n (jookv "Bealth end Beeoty.' year. Two children of' Lee Mc- sweet words t . lunuiim, ittiLUWJeT Je CO. she is not doing so well under the body was brought here on the late and at Fort Chono, Texas, and your hands :rge, let them ture man, is being 1730 Spring GaretMf fc, hHt, Pa. Ciure, are on the sick list. will go train yesterday and will be burried which place he is said to have detreatment at Louisville and be ready d helpful, the a petition run through the center to Martinsville, Ind., for treat- today at the family burying serted while in ihe field scouting glad almoners u generous heart. and the front will be .occupied by while. ment for a ground a few miles south of Mt. after hostile Indians. Fort Chono BETHURUM & LEWI S It will shine liin and be apparent W. Todd for a barber shop, while V'V son of Mat Vernon. is only a short distance from the Will Cummius, to the dullest eye; do not forget in the rear Chris Mullins will have Attorneys at Law border and not a great distance ter of. Mt. VeJnon, Cummins, while at work in the the body. Keep it clean, whole- his cleaning and pressing 'spent Saturday Offices in Bethuvum Bldg. The sale of John Shutfs Monfrom Chihuahua, Mexico. Golds-by'- s Mt. Vernon quarry, on last Fri- day was well some and yon will be a delight to Charles Cartni and Sunday attended and everyalleged desertion from the cal this Will practice in all the Courts. yourself and those about you. day was run into by a car and place. Rev. Carmical at thing brought a fair price. The : army might have been followed by C. cought between another car, farm was bought by H. No matter how bright the ayes of this place, will preach at Line Bullock bis affiliation J. with Mexicans in Creek Saturday1" and Sunday. breaking his right leg in two at $1210; horses may be, if they reflect unkind, ATTORNEY-AT-LAbrought $40. to that section of places above the knee, besides the country, and,, Clara- - Carmical spent Monday unlovely thoughts they are not .FIELD Sioo. a cow $55. sheep $6. and $7. MT. VERNON. KY. due to his several several other bruises. per head, hogs 7 years of ex- with Mrs. Asher Cummins at Mt. beautitul. No matter how soft t cts. pel pound, "OFICE.--O- n 2nd. floor o perience in the army part of it as Vernon. Mrs'. Cynthia Niceley Drs. Chesnut and Lovell set the yearling Farmers all over the state and white the hands mav be, if The Bank castle $18. per head. ofMta Vernon, on Churc an officer, it legand young Cummins is getting The farming implements and easy for him to would have heen I spent Friday and Saturday with are taking advantage of the they cannot work they are useless street. Special attention given along very nicely. become a leader of her son, John Niceley members, commanding no respect. to collections. wholesale cash prices on field at iWr. household goods sold for a fair " a certain class of Mexicans and, M rs. Exchange. seeds by W." made Phone No. 80. .Arnold of. near Walnut price. ' later, of an army. LOCAL Bnsh Nelson of Lexington Saturday and SunGrove, spent Atty C C. Williams, Friday, re- The newspapers of Texas and day with her nephew, Mr in town is "The James Ky. White to him for price The newest bat e'eived from the Reserve Loan elsewhere have sought to verify Arnold at this- place. The two list "and samples and save Tango" in the Swann line at Association of Indianapolis, check the story, but have not been suc youngeT'children of Mr. Johq'W. middle mans profit. Fish's. You will want one. $ PEOPLES $ BANK $. $ for $6000.00 in full settlement of cessful. Proof is wanting, but no Kirby, are ' sefibuslv ill with Full black Minorca policy of life insurance carried by denial of the allegations have Foe Sale: Eggs. 50 cents per setting. Jas. Boreing of London, in favor been made. will Show the jjTay of his wife. Mrs. W. R. McCluub, Julia Boreing. Mrs. ' the Mt. Vernon, Ky. The insurance company carried-th. HOPEWELL $ --"ttvT" JZ21 3 case to last resort, but Atty S $ Strayed: A yearling horse Williams went right Mrs. Mary Kinley an aged lady along with bay,-right hind foot colt, dark them, as he al ways does, and had formerly of this neighborhood, white, left my place Monday. In- no trouble getting his decision of who sold her farm some months ' formation leading to his recovery the Wonderful of the ago and was living with herson the lower court affirmed. will be appreciated. Pow-d-ei Walter Kinley at Anchor, Ky., J.M. Martin, Warning to trustees of com mon died nmrch the 1st. Mrs. Kinley Dudley, Ky schools. Who will be struck from Feb. leaves five children to mourn the of the census list? All pupils listed as death of a christian mother, Mr. Souire'.W. " ' $ Disputanta section, and one of the six or nineteen without stating William Kinley of near Somerset, best known cittzens of the county whether they were born before or Mr. Squire Kinley of Mt. Vernon. yesterday morning at h is after July 1st Mr. Walter and Everette Kinley All pupila listed on pads not of Anchor, home after an illness of only a few and Mrs'. H. C. Rob days of pneumonia The county signed bp the parents or guardian. erts of Oklahoma. She had been $ pro ah cnuaren oorn alter July 1st a member of the Baptist church Jor bad no better, more Eyery Banking Facility gressive citizen than W. A. Ham J 1908 thirty five years. She was liked mo'd. He was a man whose A'.l children bom on or before by all who knew her and will be "?I3 eery day walk thru life could July 1st I894 greatly missed, especially by her ' it " ;rtno Census takers "will not be well be emulated, and his doath five sorrowing children. Dear the Convenience of the People to his com to sign census pad for paren ts. Berda and brothers weep not for is a great loss J JRUJXUilC5AL.J UOUJN'XY- munity and the county at large If parent or guardian sign by mother, for she Is : -- done with the Km. 't troubles-anHis remains will belaid to rest to-- mark same. must,,,, -trials of thisiearth T''" u "XT,.! Wv'i day in'the familv burying ground and hu.gonTlgne to dwell witfi vx" aC Scaffold Cane with the honors betically. - & & h ? ir ?7 ir..',rv: Jesus in u' brigtfter world tfian t HEOPLES' BA&kr " $ : WAiB. Davis of ihe.Ms6mc order. this. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Carpen'l JF at aid Colors .. Correctly, Tiilared One Price Tt Ml S1500 Fish's at . SIims,StQHts, Regulars All Styles snd Patterns v We your-produc- e We Pay . . Post Buy. .: m. . U.S.A. IP - 3t ... -.- ..' -- - f; 1 off"-whe- n m 'day-Larg- .. - 7- -- - 1 yyymyy H Dentist S. V 'i--.-- .- -- . rrrararmrra I.IJ kl a tT-Ejsy g -- -- A X tii &y$3&&yz&ye ti-. TT y I 11 at-eve- r over-haule- d, w-it-h Williams, W, rg SEEDS g - 6-- e M A Straw T55-"- Wind Blows! Growth 27-'3- t. d-e- up-rig- ht -- f0 Royai Baking for making the best cake, biscuit and pastry. Royal is Ab solutely Pure and the jaking powder itosxL H Thee is no substitute ave you Noticed PEOPLES UAH there's a reason. SAFE AND SOLID AMPLE RESOURCES s&boe SirT d cteam of tartar C-- iRWal For Use Us $ & n- - - r-- -. VJi Ts V j" . c K f. Se5v . a. i - w i mnfc - ir titw - rr : . t wii s" . iaj jr xw1 4n m, i J - -- - ' mmsmmmmmm Chas. '.'." ' '"..- - - - r I ""' r S ITANB'dD. COVE PINE HILL. C Davis Mt. Vernon Ky. DRUGS Chas.C. "Davis Mt. Vernon ' Ky. My Phone No, is (3?) thirtynine- :We open sh6p at 7 o'clock 'atmahd run open shop till 9 o'clock p m You re cordially Welcome in our limedi&ing our shop place'-atrihours. We don't want to sell you anything yon don't want, but, oh my how we; doiike tosell you what you Let us show you- do want -- CHAS. CriDAVE Mt, Vernon Ky. . It Always Helps to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, 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 vish every suffering woman woujd give U says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton MillsKy., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's" tonic She says further: "Before I began to uset Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the kill. me. I was hardly able pain-would M The WtfmWs Tcfnic; 1 atrial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, 'ind it always does me good." Headache, backache, side1 ache, nervousness, worn-o- ut feelings, etc. are sure signs of woman- Qifrnc that rmt fR wnirran'c lv frotihli You cannot make. iLmistake-- ni trying Cardui tonic tot your trouDie. itsnas oeen neipmg weax, atiingjH 'women for more than fifty years. tiPpH-farrliii' 1 Get a Bottle, Today! - 1M Mr. W. B Rei ke will move "Jet, h's family here in a few days and the tenple at this weatuei Iaac Hurst ofLeJanon plai ' arp fM ira.ir'e liner a.. W visited relatives at ihi-- . p e W. M. Cottengim and family are j Burdette of vsiting AdaR iu f.'inii'y ii Mt V rn n Sunday, -- hradle ral.ifiii'cs here Dr. ; WAV vuitinir il;i'i c. iMir the Uiatt nuig inorlioou v siipU 'Thomas still continues very low Mi sp Sm- h his div aiul sni !av Mr.. Jasper O vens Sat- ianCi not expeeed to live.--M- r. C x ' ' . '.lo m O. Howell spent Sunday at hi t '!P a vl jurday and Sundae.- - -- Mi' Mis Ida Barron. Sunday. U. G. (Shepherd and 'daughters, Golden home in Brolhead. Mr. Ch'isnut Kirby and family spent Sunday and Lola of 'Lebanon let , were will conduct a series of meetings with Mrs Malissie McPerron. thegueotsof Mrs. Shepherds sister t Calloway commencing Satur Saturday day night A. (J. Thompson Miss Sarah Payne who was very VI R. B. Shepherd Sick last wek t.s better at this, and Sunday. E Green Fish of soent from Frid-until Sunday writing. Mrs Mary Bullock and near Hiatt the Bible with homefolks in Louisville. attended cbddren.spenSatuC'lay and Sun- Readyig'at this place Suuday. Mr. Reinburg, civil engineer, for day with her parents, Mr. and Miss1 Mattie Owens spent Monday the K. P. Co., left Sunday for Mrs. D. B. Bar ran Ed McKin-ne- with Misses Mattie and Fannie Mew York. Mr. Geoge Robinson makes his tegular call at the Riddle. Miss Eila Carson' of was in East Bernstadt between home of W. H Renner every Brddhead, agnt Girls Canning trains Sunday Mrs J.E. Mitch-e- l Sundav. Tim Garrett was here Clubs.vnet with the club ac this has been very sick for several Hill, Sunday. from Fine Mr. and place.Monday p. m. at the home days but is some better at present. Mrs. H. C. Kiroy-speSundt y" of Mr. and Mrs J. W, Riddle. J P. Holson. former superinwith Mx and Mrs. Thomas Rowe. Mr.' and Mts. Grover Johnson tendent ot the Big Hill Coal Co., R. lames Barran and"family spent spent Sunday with relatives at has. moved to this place PijtHill.;-M- r. Sunday with Mrs. Sarah Kirby. and Mrs. James Proctor and family are visiting in Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rowe are re 3ullock visited Mt. and Mrs. Jones Mt. Vernon. Mr. Bob Adams, of joicing over tne arrival of a fine Prdctorat Fort Est ell last week. Pineville, has moved to our town. boy. Mrs. .Nora McKinney and Eddiljmgford of Mt. Vernon, Mrs. S. J. Roberts sold her little daughter. Dorothy and Ruth visite,djfriends at this place Satur- farm to .1. P. Holsing and will spent Sunday with Mrs. O. M. day p. m.. Jake Hackney who has make her home in Pittsburg. McKinney. Mr. and Mrs. Jack been 'with his uncle Jones Proctor Mr. and Mrs. Hignight, of Bar Prewit weie the guests of Mr. and at ForiEstell, for some time, was boursville, were called to this Mr?. James Southard, Saturday with home folks from Friday until place Saturday on account of the night and Sunday. Miss Bobbie Sunday. Mrs. J. Boreing visited serious illness of Mrs. J. E. Mitchell. Mr. Jake Doan is very Capps. of Pulaski, is with her Mrs. John Grider Sunday. sister, Mrs. Bobert McKinney. sick. Mrs. Howell, of Brodhead Melvin Wahen who has been siek is spending the week with her the1 past four weeks remains husband at tin's place A. L for very sick. Misses Berta and BerDoan, of Lebanon Junction, is at Kirby were the guests of Martha home with his lather who is very tha and, Fannie Kirby, Sunday. ick Rev James Barnes will preach at Mt. Pisgah the second Saturday and Sunday in April. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKinney .are rejoicing over a fine girl which arrived at their borne the loth. Miss Nannie Southard spent Sat"SaM&u Bigger Hatches urday and Sunday with home folks." Soju GRANNY AlETbALFE. Logan McKinney and sitter, lCbua. Eggs hatch better if to.Jiut on. ETTC7 COUJflJ roMiss Rissie, attended church at .land the hens are in perfect irouQiea 'that' Smooths with condition. Hopewell, Sunday. Mrs. Bird Dr.'-fcoll'-s Cummins and' children. of'Mt. Vernon, were visiting relatives at Let a cold so and It coct. It roes PouItry; Regulator Sand Springs last week. Mrs. ill over ererybody In the family gitj it. Sooth sod Smooths and it doesn't -f scatter. pays big the year 'round. James Southard was the guest of Erery eeoutt f Dtt.- - BELL'S It prevents disease, sharpM-- . a Cell on it, M. Bullock last SaturMrs. hn tad a picture ot "Cranny," too. ens the appetite, improves e day. Misses Lena and Roxie At All naStr.23cV50c $1.00 digestion. You' 11 get more spent Tuesday with 'Martha "TcllBjrThe Bell" "live" eggs more and . ' -r ' ' stronger chicks. and Faqnie Kirby. We are having seme j ice pri g ht-.- o - Tor Infants and Children. iffHUW JSf&i. J5wJ,! -- Li jbIA'xw?5 NCf The Kind Yon - T - T rajihi K. "n '3 r. M& i9Hi&f& ALCOHOL 3 lavs Always Bough! Bears the Signature PER CENT g y ANcgelaLlcPreparalion&nls-similalin- ihcFuctf amlRcguta lingUicStomac&sandDoTelsof A y PromolcsDkestiofljOieeifiJ-- 1 nciUsr ness and Opiuni.Mprphie norftiiKraL WOT NARCOTIC. Rest-Contalii y$ n 1 nt m !Zi,' . m: it -- Mr. IfyKabt-JsiCttrioacji- iidi SI?? rv WcmSttd-CaaWSb- pr Aperfcct Remedy for Consfija-tio, Sour Stomach.Dlarrtioa AVorms,CoiTVTilsi(msJeTCrisli: Ft SSBr aro5i? ncss andLoss or Sleep. racSimitc Signature of j J Jft In Use For Over WIS mv The Centaur CojipaT, NES7 YORK. !tc2 vE-n t?5c Thirty Years Guaranteed under the Moo: Exact Copy of Wrapper. THCCXMTAUH Mv:raswi miii '1,1,. COanNT, NtWYOMCITT. j: l. ?KiHI jr't-;.-- -- fsHrtN and-S'oothei" tii -i u.. rtf.Miiii J3Boaz-t&K- .. !& i" . TT3 The SAFE boys masazine cr. ", '' PINE-TAR-HON- EY prgtts, 'boKlo-c-- All bor for all boj3, not a ch" id's Clean as a wn'-tl-f !1 ct p'ctarca. 21 to LI page eTcrr athletics, hutorr. school life, written by anx nopol-- r bors" InrtmctlTO iMrlal artic&i. t'ino articls ca fcxitball ami other JTicrs.Doranmenf of Mcchanlr. Elcctrtpltr. Ihotosranhy. Topnlar Science Hovr to ilato Thlnz3. Htacp Collcctlae. Caiclna. Pets. Isvcatioas and N.itqral WonJer. Gar-dpni- Efi&'QBSy $1 ayear I a PEL? Mc-Clur- t b. Packages tZc, 50c. $1.00. SS lb. pail, fS.50. Send Subscriptions to I "I tmni Cl UNDERTAKER Our line of unexcelled Hand-mad- e JCouch-JCaskets-is State of Ohio, city of Toledo, SS Sucas County, Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of-J. Cheney & Co , doing business City of Toledo, County and fetate aforesaid, and that said firm willpay-thsum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every ease of- - Catarrh tnat cannot be cured by of F. Satiifactlon Guaranteed or Money Back. SIGNAL Rea&by 500,000 boys and endorsed by Otclr pat cnts; A-- "S THE Btfase sabititates; insist on Pratts. Get Pratti ISO pape illustrated Poultry Book. It "- in-th- e e BATES SHOE r m PEDIGREE Anxiety Boy. Hereford Bull, calved Sept, 24, I912. Breeder Jos Ky., Sire B. Gibson, Somerset. Britisli Baron, No. 257554. Dam, Fern No 149099. Owned by John W. Hilton, Pine Hill, Ky., where he will make the season ot i9i4 at $1.00 at the gate. tv ( yoffinsrurnished Hall's Catarrh e Cure,--"- these ............. eaaaaoa .. a.-....... eaoessae . FRANtC 'CHENEY. C(Ct M m ' All CEWWCSCMfW orders by Wi re Promptly Filled Hearse seni' to all parts of he County i Phone 94-- S coAyi iiiMT. VERNOT, 'CfilC KY 11 tHE WILL WAS PROBATED' On last Moncky at 10 o'clock pm.the "fiMT ' and subSworn scribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. CSeal) A. W. GLEASON, 'Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in; ternally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sole-b- y all Druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for A John Mar. l3-3- t. W. Hilton, Pine Hill, Ky. Wholesale House of Chicago J. E. Mitchell, of Pine Hill, Ky. lc 1 V r 3Smp This Shoe ' n will of the Jatc John Smith was probated and reacts follows: 1 John Smith, being of soond-minand member, realizing the un-tertainity of life, do hereby and hereon deem it a duty I owe to my beloved'Atfife, Mary, to will and bequeath to her all that I have, both real and personal Therefore, it -- ismyplsure that she have all that to do with it, as she deems best, and I hereby I-h-ave BEST FAMILY LAXATIVE Beware of constipation. Use Dr. King's New Life Pills and Mrs. Charles E. Smith of West Frandlin. Me., calls them "Oui family laxative." Nothing better for adults of aged. Get ihem to day. 25c. All Druggists keep well. 'iris-O- AWkllt" Every voujjg man who plimpses 6 tliis natty new BATES SBOE for spring, atops right there and puts up his money. And he WINS when he does it too for BATES QUAL- .ITY. backs up the catchy BATES srxivC. in mis new ( shoe; iiitan and black or by mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St Louis. ' $4.oo STUBBORN, ANNOVT1NG COUGHS CURED "My husband had a cough for :ifteen years and my son for eight Dr. King's New Discovery ;ompletely cured them, for wliich L am most thankful," wri'es Mrs. Moor, of Saginaw, Ala. David What Dr. King's New Discovery lid forihese man. it will do for vou. Dr. King's New Disvovery should be in every home. Stops g coughs, relieves lagrippe throat and luni ailments M ney back if it fails. All druggists. Price 50c. and $1.00. H, E. Bucklen & Co. Philidelphia or St. Louis. COMMISSIONER'S SALE CIRCUIT COURT Plaintiff. Delta Baker VS)Commissioner's Sale Defendant. V. H. Baker By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term, i91I, tiereof, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court House, in Mt. Vernon, K ?. to the highest and best'bidder-arpubl- lc auction, on Monl day of March, 1914, beday the tween the hours of 9 o'clock am and 4 o'clock p m, it being regular County Courfday, 'on a credit of six months thefoIl6win"g-lescribereal estate in Mt. Vernon. Rockcastle County, Ky., & Davis addition one in .house and lot and described as follows: "'tot 6. lOtn Sparks & Davis of beginrting at the 'intersection the-nthline;bf Mill Street- withthe "east 'fine of "Quarry Street: thence witd North '221 ftfe eaaliriebfOuarry'Sti-ee- t ROCKCASTLE "SSi-fd the-"Sparad-ditl- on -- Said the best advertisement for a General Store is to advertise every week in your local paper Says the best way do just like handing the goods out he he can advertise, is to is doing Just keep CHEAP FOR CASH - Try a Pair Today. JTUASMOl JBOIWS-0, THE GREEN FRONT 03 3MVA aNVjOlIS aTOASinoi fjuoiu puv'ofl&jutiiq o t'9 'not 04X101 omj uiojj pus 'jCiopij oj ejjiui uiojj mi3JJ Jmoj n i3Ai8 Xiopwj joo Jo nop3o aty (psiBjodiooap WE STAND" BY WHAT YOU BUY. tas -- appoint 'hef as my 'administratrix without "Bond This given out by my own hand -- thikh 4that:ofIiAprill?06. ' JOHN SMITH' I wish' to state thai John Srnidis estate was z, $2,00 pblicy in bred Insurance Coriipany, 4hi3Kerituc the Gftat 'Commonwealth; tepffeented' by yiiHbcal 3tuggist Ghas Davis who will -- -- ,;Baj33 pooyaqjL''pooM. pay vimojtjBQ jo apsui sjooq auivjj joop juoij Jtap pvj uiojj p3;snpe-9- nva edoopp 'pajt paiesjjoapstusdpo; 3utu3do joop tnonuquoo joijt Xjuo atjj swtj j I T coaaa ELLS THE need a good pair of shoes it iiit(etteeietsiitiiiitt THcCASIIrTORE -- i JONA MCKENZIE ;NB. - Children Cry . FOfttETCHER'S iflSej ir o R2i ir . I . . Selz Shoes "ROYAL B UE" IF you is to your interest to examine waATjgtMgjfigtm a EXCELS WORMS? nZ vfc" wtw me.'mm V 'a. ""beglad'o show ""you proteradhv fm-- . fc ""their "polidies of k. r emm TCB-T-j&.-5v!iii- The foul, ifeud. offensive breath- fK JThBcausOfydur child's ills f.ariV.ni jwu-e- or - J r, Rheumatism UL r KWV&Z.Zi-- " Knnaine 01 teetu wuue of tdt e?at the ctfrner ofTHe dark S. 22j W2oo-tee- t lo tne nornnne Are k 11 intfi- - MilfStreet; thenc- - N. 67 . JZXLZ. u- nk ,E.v2oo feet to S. 'Ailevltfienw - e 67 J - of?Cdcust E 100 feeMoa Lot No. SyHlience 01 the Selz line before you buy Ar 'IICP:? JbEl i "WE Mam wm axle ire ,"",,ll!",, i. W t- cations t worms. e Kfckapoo' feet A , s,. LUMBAGO, - m IO vt - Sparks Oct., 3rd. 1907, of caue of UiefehUcVs unhealttiytcori & Da.vis bv deed Deed Book No. 23, fseat. and recorded in .irinn. Ltomacharlftpin worm.s Kickupqp 'page 65; in the 'office of the County wcs auic icuci Cleric of;Rockcarttle uounty Fdrlherpnrchase pricertbe labatfxefladds ton to iheJ mu8texecute a bpnd with purchaser approve weneral System, bupnijert aaa child jlJChis Wt is a part of the: Utrfd pur- by- neesTiremTs'-Tn- WOrlnS.-iJltrfhased.fro- R.SMullins: JONAS McKENZE MT. VERNON, KY. - TifSimoval ycbidrenlikt Bu a Box p day. Price y D gists orlby mall KICKapoo Indian Mpd. Co.t' acfKlt Pilai aftfcuntr'palajid. having the force: nltSfaFBaAtH aneffc'tofViBdgnient. ' jT 'BtIdersniustfbafpVepared to compryf witkMfceseflfmB. surety, bearrag-iutere- st from jthajdaU- - pfi, ":&.m:m: AND HIDBS 'r c ifaHaBaMBk. - HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID -- r WmI na Rammlflnn- - WfiU lac y ::: i HK HWfHwB W nil Sm tn.RAW mns Mtw mats BatabHfcedl837 ttj "T :" i faster --f nun uiuirr lnfi j ";: Commusioner of theR. C.C. 4wP?oKVbc - Jf, V. .- f- - f- -( ' 4