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Tariff IS OFF 'lodge officiated at the funeral,'.a number of Mt Ver-np- n numbVof viMtin f masons from was a great: other poiht&J Hin.t,t,. vohn uncle of ... was named 'asececutor in .his will K: J. SmitfVofYhq Hiatt section, mason3'being',preeotand(a ff COTJNTV, KY., f.rm:. "s" (.- - - i M ' lk S 1914 . ..VI ' 11 :agawjwrg-i'- - ay.- - Established 1887 'Vl7 ' -- V - Q "CJMMil T M "" FRIl5.ro iM i MARCH 27, r - I NUMBER 23 Crab B IS. B B All --Wool r The- Tariff is off on wool, which makes - tl it , Guaranteed possible for us to.sell you QptHes for less money. We willsavejyou from $;2 to $5, and give you guarantee, as : follows, which make you absolutely sate., All-Wo- ol I w JHIkS syBKrF&t " sty, 1?f? was with 'his'v'siater, Mrs. Tohn Cress, at Prea,chTBVille lasl week. W. A. Tyree jfolin Harp and Vic Franciscbereit home; for n few days last Vetc, 'Mr. Tyree is foreman ofrf"copp.rete crew at Torrent. MrK pi's B. Albright and Mrs. Ma.--v Albright were the rguestsof"M'r.-;;afaBrack Mrs. spares yuarry last Durnam at Sunday.' Cashier' A. M. Hiatt attended the funeral of his uncle Henry Fiish at Crab Orchard last Saturday.' Mss.lvL H. Barnes has been quite sic1i)lince the tatter part of last weekbtft Is reported Boyd better at this ' timo-Re- v; Baker filled his regular appointment at tho Chri&trop church Saturday and Sunday; The Brod-heaFair Association was incorporated the'l6thi,'ivhet dates are F BAK iw a ! B B i B BARGAIN BULLETIN Special Sales During Month of - March -- B I 5tt . l'jI . WINTER GOODS WILL GO THE v srcJ July Picnic. GREAT like Ice Cream at a .. &&' ""Mr d August i213-rtt- . g 'NaW'York Ife JJ f-I itttClHV Ralph PetersJPrisident of the Long Island Railroad Company and Chairman of wfe Committee &n! "Railway Mail Po, authorizes tho following statement: Congress has passed tho Bill providing for the expenditures of the Post Office JTjgartment for Bill, how tb6 next! year. Thi evdr, fails once monffi to compensate the .railroads-- for carrying the parcel "post. ThBill is based upon estimates of tM Tost Office Department, that $w$ yerr the parcel post will findjp00,00 ,000 jfrVyenue to packages yi6ldlng the Post Office of $o,te(,000. of GROCERIES DQN'T MISS. THE SUQAR 25 lb sack of Sugar. biest , BANNER ' '., 71 M , - ,kil US'! BARGAIN PICNIC and the great-e- at k 4 granulated WASH POWDERS Clean Easy Soap soap upo SOAPS Special m $1120 We mis ht talk for hours , V7 COFFEE?r-TheP- the market. Special. 3 bars for" I'Slr IUG sf' . JVt'i . . KlaiE&WWsasK maker m country r itMen's the pick of thewear is s best we want and and Women's TVr. 'J Ladies' SKirts7;Jfen's Parats, Tips, - "' Jio. Hi Tfc ahnnt Ladies' Hkts ' nrfVui w Me.n-'- s Hats, Special blend of Coffee, f6nce tried, always used, 25ct Value for a $150. JO-lbb- ag great Cold Water Soap. FELS NAPTHA 3 Boxes for IQc Evef?r. m m that a:. . i i .;''' ft m The Postmaster GSjeral in his annual report of fcJfeceriiber ,1, LENQX SOAP m Lmw L.v ' I BiWvBlHErURiHR -- here :C If if not necessarily to buy you to come in these are looking days, and we want you to look. prospective "prodigious grpwth" of the parcel post, ''the railroads" of course will become entitled to additional compensation for this extra service impbsed upon them and the Department is engaged in gathering all statistical data uec-essar- WMymmmm vVTftllLl rxnest- k"-5ses2s- a. . '"Uio MtSiBfr Xuuua;. aLiiu " iJiyii"yiAdK?w every ounce guaranteed of the. finest made. CT m l.j SfiRJ'3SS: B JS9 WftmSKkL-it- mmuKm-' - , rer oarrrei y for ascertaining a correct basis for fixing a just, fair and adequate compensation for the Same Flour in sacks q)j' T 50 70c Armour & Co's greatest Wash Powders. Special. 3 cans for Light .House Cleanser WJ 10c Vf- n SUTTON & McBEE I, K I' I r- . - s loud in praise of weloomo accord- BHODHEAD. edhimby some of Stanford's citizens, especially J. M. Carter Wal-ltth t4 iwrvmnn. who furnisht a rig ti M. A. Stevens and Jesse him to the to Perkins the first of the and accompanied went distance of two miles, week, where they will begin work grounds, a has been subject. and would not accept anything for Miss Bertha Roberts Lyons Lumber Co., the In Great Britian the railways foi the quite sick this week. Mrs. J. W. having been hut down for his trouble. Ed Owens is at receive 55 per cent of the revenues plant this wpek from St, Bernard Tate was Louisville during the the past several months. Mr. and homo whore he has beeu for tho week buying her spring stock of from the parcel post. Before the parcel post Mrs. James Hayes, of Crab Or- Ohio, Miss Meade Barton establishment of the W . millinery. months. Prof. chard, were theguasts of Mr. and past several Rtnnfnjd. was J. the railroads in this country reher. Mrs. J. M. in town'accompanied T,.oi,,,i . , t m Rnherts Sundav. Mrs. Xiwuuv., nf , , ceived for transporting tho mails ' Tuesday. Mrs. Burton Owens ana son jlo. were tue guests Robart -- .it, r.int.U'OR -j of the Post Office at least naves reiuuiucu Will left Tuesday for Cincinnati, where of her daughter, Mrs. Walter revenue. Assuming that their here until Tuesday.-M- rs. Crab Orchard Wednesunn fTnnlcviiie. died at the she will join her husband. Mrs. Smith, in no greater in handling - service is Faulkner, of Vincennes, day. Mr. and Mrs. H. H, Hutch- the parcel post that with other home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.; George ui her brother, eson are rejoicing over the arrival mail, this increased revenue of Wm PiKrotn. of the Hiatt section ina is ine an eight $50,000,000, to the post office deThompson, hero this weak. of the their first born, Mnndavnt 9 P. m. She had R. C W. H. Brown the popular Lan pound girl, on the 20th. christ- partment should in all fairness been confined to her bed for buyer, was in town ened Mary Parker. Their home mean increased payments to tho several weeks with tuberculosis, caster stock S. Arm- is Middlesboro, but Mrs. Hutche-so- n railroads of at least $12,000,000. C. -appropria Nevertheless, and her death was daily expected. during the week. has been with her sister, Mrs. tior. bill passed bytheCongress proto rest in strong who recently bought a Her remains vvero laid for several vides no payment to the railroads Gum Sulphur, was in W. E. Gravely, the Christian church cemetery farm near already C. S. Lyons months. Mr. Hutcheson arrived beyond tho provision Wednesday. Tuesday aternoon. Besides her town made that five percent might bo City, was on Monday's in town Thursday of last week. husband, she is survived by her of Junction added to the pay of the railroads one brother, train on hts way to Perkins, John Robi ns and little daughter on which there bad not been a father and mother, ho has large timber inter Mildred were in Stanford Tuas- weighing since January ist, 1q13. John Fugate, and three sisters, whore aud son Wil day. Uncle Henry Fish died at At a time wnen tne interstate Mrs. Chas. Preston, of Berea, ests. E. L Blanton nephew, J. M. Commerce Commission is Clar- He. of the Negro Creek section, the home of his Mrs. Ed Barger and Mrs. the railroads shall make a Mrs. Blanton Morris, at Lexington last Friday. ence Shafor, of this, place. Will aie in Cincinnati. had been in declining health fair chargo for every service ren Miss Dora, will He Robins returned from St, Bern- and her daughter, owing to his dered, it seems in the highest deand Monday night. soon join them, where they will for some time, gree uujust that no provision ard, Ohio, last of eighty oue years his death sjiould be made adequately to is sick, but we mako their home. Thos. Minks, age He says that he during the was little surprise. His remains compensate the wilrOad.for proare of the opinion he is much of Corbin, was in town f Cottongim. Assist- - were orougnc to urauurcnara aim viding and'"operattngi:(th'o, better already, and if he stays week. W. D. mjfqhinorj without atthis'place deposited in the cemetery at that here he will remain quite well. ant Section Foreman wiich tqomatl spryice would De Wednes- - place last baturday, after services practicilfy impossible. Tha doctor livos here. Chas. was Dy j. u. to relieve Section- - Foreman (at we oi;. ivan uoiei day Soard is at home for a few days. officiating under Mon- - Meadows for a few days. Homer McClary, the R. Si Shtvel was in Stanford Ho was a prominent' FOR FLETCHER'S f.P Burnett and the two Misses Isaacs' taker. aay,t,make.adMt.9t the mason, and a member of Mt. Ver Is very of Walnut Grove, were here amphitheater, and s n t- service rendered." the RailOn February i7th, roads' Committee was advised by the Post Office Department that -- . . it had mads a recommendation to Congress that "on account of weight of mails" the increased due to the parcel post, the Post master General should be authorized to add to the Compensation of tho railroads not more than of one per cont. would This recommendations have added only $250,000 to the mail pay of all tho railroads in tho United States. Congress took no action on the evidently conrecommendation, Wednesday on their way to the too trivial sidering the proposal College. M rs. Walter Broa for consideration, and preferring Mis-sister-in-laSmith and to await tho recommendation of Jennie Smith, of Crab Orchard, Joint Congressional Commitwere the guests of Mr. and Mrs. the the whole now investigating tee the week. T. M. Owens during one-half A No.1sood Family Flour good enough for me, rf C a barrel only costs 65c cents buys a sack CORN nice and sweet, hard to beat J i Shoes and Dry Goods " are not Groceries, of course, Fine Sugar Corn 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 e you can think of are to be closed this mouth. out-her- Fine Can BEANS, per can, Riee Fancy Head 8c 8c f l J CLOTHING, Underwear, RICE BEANS New Michigan hand-pickNavy C ed 8c I ! WHOLESALE You can buy at wholesale prices all during February. Beans. Special 5 lbs for Alaska Pink Salmon, packed in heavy rich oil, 12c value T C" C Special, 3 for Z.0 SALMON No. Cans I Remember I This . is MATCHES the big 5c box fs ' BAKER'S advertise- a ment and when U.G-- advertises Special Sale, ho has tho goods .. w-- w I I one-fift- h of Capital Matches every ouo a gootl one . Special, 3 Boxes for if )C to back it up. w , gui A FEW CAR-LOA- D SPECIALS-AMERI- CAN FENCE Big Stock Low Prices PROGRESR STOVES and RANGES FURNITURE and CARPETS Stoneware and Hardware FLOUR, FEED and SALT The n a insist-ing'tli- at I i U.G.Baker ROCKCASTLE COUNTY'S y lligli!' ji 1 1 trans-portatio- n, Goods called-toMt.-rVerno- Children Cry "THE STORE THAT Big Store DOES I Pfices I .? Wf f THE BUSINESS."1 ... ;f fair CASXORIA . - v. .v- - Mw.ujfcL m :fciwiuii ''.) in pnya swaa1 ip -- ,- A it' IT ' one thing more than nnothwr. h thoy aro the product of our trtT 'xCRMnN QlfiNAI 111 I vivmtiii whichwe have suffered, it has ' p llitieal system. They know been the gnmo of politics as it the means employed to nomiFriday, Mar. 27. 1914 aud eltct nate has been played. them, and "With chanty for all and ma- so do we. If they belong to our Published every Friday bv lice toward none" wo kindly dra-side we condone, or indorse all EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, the veil of forgiveness over the thev do if of the opposite party, wrongs committed by our mis- we sav they won by trickery, $I.OO guided fellow citizens. fraud ard competition. UBPCRIPTION ONK YEAR To return to our theme. "Our In the meantime wrath remains at white heat because we lost the on Old Kentucky Home." Advertising rates made known Our State rightfully boasts of offices, corruption, campaign fuud, application some of its finest farms of broad booze and all. Is this picture It is true to the life and fertile acres of Blue Grass, overdrawn? MRMlUtR OF ihe native home of some of tho in some of its details aud the KRNTUC'KY PKKSS ASSOCIATION finest horses in the world, and cause of our civil and religious iu the adopted home of Short Horns stitu lions Alderney, Holstein There are no redeeming fratures and Jersey queens, princes, in the whole scheme, and unless herds, Kings, and pridcesses of theB ovine king- it is corrected and the evil abated, doms of the earth. the "Kentucey Home" I havejpic It is almost beyond belief that tared are imp ssibh?, but instead thousands, yea millions of those our beautiful mountain region Editor Saulley. of the Interior mammoth specimens of the bovine must become desolate waer. worn Journal, would have his readers species, being from one hundred and wasted in fertility, inaccessibelieve that the recent Legislature to one hundred and fifty dollars ble to edncation and civilization. was one of the greatest and best per head at 14 Mt.Veiiion, Ky, three years of age. V. in the history 01 the CommonSurely here is a Bananza, to wealth. We agree that the State the Blue grass farmer with his UYINHXTON. Aid Bill will over be a living mon hundreds and thousands of broad umenttotbe i9i4 session ot the fertile acres as line as the sun Bill Moore will move his family General Assembly, bnt when the shines upon. to Pittsbnrg ina few days Mr high up time, comes to inscribe Wo shall not undertake to esti the name of those who helped to mate in tons nor train loads i s and Mrs. S. K Caoter aro with friends at Boston Ivy. Mrs. T. make possible such a law, that tht wealth of coal nor it millions of T. Omary, who has been very Rtpre- or' Shelton Saufley, name feet of lumber, nor its valuable sick for somo time, is better will be KfintJLtive from Lincoln, resources in sand, shale and clay. Mrs. Buck Howard has a genuine found wanting. If we have been Kind readers indulge us, Iook case ol Small pox. J. H. Dicker, nnrrectlv informed, by the time kindly on us, while we assume Lincoln county pays back in taxe tho role of prophet, and look way son has small pox in his family. under the 5 cts. levy, provided lor a head, at a picture that arises W. A. Warren has a position as under this law, an amount equal before our vision. Behold, you foreman over a gang of carpenters towbatthe county has received long range of "foot hills" of the and left over the K. C.JR. R, Tuesday W. A. Owens, the sweet the pikes of from the State on Cumberland mountains known In singer of the Big Glades is counties that county, all the other Kentucky varlatma as "Tho a singing school hero at which have not been so fortunate knobs." Sae beyond them, aris- the Bapt'st churoh. Q. W. Mar. will have good pikes too. in past, ing in their majesty tho forest tin and C, J. Rico were in Cincinis alright and we believe Shelton covered peak, and plateaus and nati, Monday. Mrs. J. C. tried to act for the best inteiest of still further in the. dim hazy disof Paris, has returned homo the state on most issues, hut on tance the majestic ranges of the the road, question, he fell lar out Cumberland mouutains stretching alter a few days' visit with her daughter, Mrs. Alvin Carico. . of line apd we believe will see the up to tho sky. Beneath these Uncle Welk Mullins Qf Cruife, error of his way on that most im everlasting hills, Ho undreamed of was here Wednesday on his return portant question, belore many millions of mineral wealth, too vast home Irom London, Ky. When years have passed. for the comprehension of the or- the first automobile passed over dinary mind. Big Hill, Uncle Welk is the one Govkrnor McCreary has sign Looking more closely wo ob- that called his wife and said; "Sis, e1 the State Aid Bill for roads and it is now a law. With all its short serve, scattered along the streams for God's sake como and see the comings, the recent Legislature and vallevs, farms and farm August Pooler. W. M. Hicks has did one good act. With Govern houses, orchards and meadows, a sold his stook of goods to Emmot meat aud State aid Rockcastle will perfect picture cf rural life in the Quinn and Lee Mullins. Mart have noexcuso for building roads. hill country. Aye truly these says now that ho is out of the goods business. He will embark Let us begin now and be ready to are Kentucky Homes. 1 lift my eyes again and won- - again on the sea of matrimonv. very earliest work at the ...maWakaV-ciui- H jiru he, before ,dipu to tell.Jhe'roajefuy of intelli-- --vMrs. Maggie Martin will oneh.u nas transtormed Ji9i'j,-ft9.rththese millinery shop. J H.Owens is law'does- - not become gence Ike BowJeu'ccitve until next year. But sparsely settled and imperfectly in very poor health. there is something for Rockcrstle tilled sections into a veritable man (Daniel Boone), ofqJackson ' county, was In anr town Monday to do if we get the roads and it is paradise of Kentucky Homes. The log cabin has been con- and we think if there ever was a us now, to get ready, do our uE.t part and be ready to start when signed to duty as shelters lor cat man that onjoyed life to the full lie and sheep, whilo beautiful extent it islko Don't forget that the way is opened. frame and brick dwelling dot the a erlos of meetings will begin at The Courier Journal designates landscape. On the hill and moun- the Christian churoh, Saturday as members of the ''mob' ' those tain sides the plateaus and peaks evening, the 28th. Judge Sum 250,000 signers of petition asking are orchards and vineyards, while HK'rs has been on the sick list for State of New York to cease its the air laden with the fragrance o' a few days The tide in Rockpersecution of Harry Thaw. orchard and meadow is filled with castle river filled the Livingston Other millions would sign such a bees humming, while they store Lumber Company's booms with document if they were given the the precious sweets with which the Jogs and now thev are running the opportunity notwithstanding thev region abounds. saw mill full blast. J. A. Childbe consigned to the "mob" by the ress and L. G. Palin were in Mt. O. J. which shows its displeasure locomotive have been substituted Vernan.Monday.-W.R.Wa- rd ison by calling those papers that show for tho scream of the panther and the sick list. Rice Walton has n a feeling for humanity, as belong- the howl of the wolf. position with a company of govern ing to the "mob". The C. J. Crossing and lecrossing ond motit surveyors in the south and usually displays a heartlessness paralel to the various railroads will leave in ft few days to join where it was better to do other and spurs of this region is a net them. The littlo son of Mr. and wise work of mountain roads, ma Mrs. J. T. Omarys, is very sick at cadamized or gravel with easy this writing. At present it looks If there is a man in Kentucky grades reach various trade centers like winter, has called an extra who honestly believes that Ruby where towns, villages yea cities session, which may last till some Laffoon, the father of the Green-Glen- have sprang up "in tho night" as time up in the spring. Mr. G. D. Insurance Bill has every con in the magic days of "Arabian Cook is with her mother, Mrs. sidered lor a moment the interest nights" fame. Jerome Luir, at Mt, Vernon, this of the people, we would like to Looking along tho broad fertile week. Mrs. W. F. Amvx and see what kind of a varment he is. valleys wo see town after town daughter, Miss Georgia, aro visitDefeat should be written by the with church spires, and bell tow ing relatives in Paris and Cincivoters for everyone of that bunch ers of colleges and Graded Schools nnatiMrs. John Mullins after glittering in the rays of the set- weeks' visit with her parents, Mr who helped pass the Glenn-GreeYonder conies an and JMrs. T. B. Lair, at Rcse, insurance bill, and just wait and ting sun. to got auto truck laden with the product has returned home. D. B. Bron. see how many of them fail of tho farm to bo distributed by ner, here in our little city, is ono the dose he deserves. parcels post, to the consumer In of tho most useful mon wo havo factory, shop and mine. seen He is a shoe maker and can "my own. mv repair your sole and keep it in Beloved State, native land." good condition. Next, he is a Dr. Is this all a dream? Is the pic- and if you will take his mediciue friends, and fel- ture visionary impracticable, and he can cure your ills and help you Kentuckians, to preserve your health, and last low citizens; ladies and gentlomen. impossible? Nay verily! it may be, it ought but not least he is a preacher, and greet you. We congratuWe unless . if you will heed his instructions late you, on the fact that our bion to bo, it can be nial assembly is a thing of the The scene has shifted, I see ou will bo a good man and die a past. "It might have been worse" anotheo picture, which seemingly christian. So you see he can pre-- i It was worse, when two war- hasindelllbly stamped itself on pare your soul for the Great be ring factions, armed to the teeth, our civic life rendering us devoid yond. W. M. Pieston is in Bos disputed as to which was entitled of a political conscience. We ton on account of tho death of mean by this that dark, bonighted some of his relatives. Miss Ella to the offices of the State condition of our sense cf political Mae Blanford is visiting relatives We look back to tho time and the conflict, aud the incidents right aud wrong that leads us, in La Folette, Tenn Mrs. L. H. 'growing out of it with feelings men of all classes and conditions Davis is visiting relatives at Berea J. H. Walton, who has been akin to a horrible dream, question to do almost anything while en- very sick for some time is slowly ing in our mind if it were really J gaged in a political campaign. Vie call our political opponents improving. Mrs. Miko Panin, SO; Time with its wonderful power liars, 4liieyes, swindlers, graftots who has been very sick for some to heal wounds and efface the anything in the catalog of crime time remains about the .ame. injury done, has wrought a marked whilo we ourselves are playing George Newland, of Stanford, was Dr. W.J Child-rcs- s idhange but the seurfi'rrsulting the same game, heie Mnndit Ns usu to blame it on our ofti? rfrom political butchery je mains of Hustonuille, was here SatV 'We sneak advisedlv in savincr cers our law makers they are urday shaking hands with his old "political butchery" but if there ours. We put them in qJEcej frie.nda.O. 0. Cromers family vuniivsn is I on Sand Hill has two oases of stool! pjx.- -r A. T. Feathers, section foreman, has beou on the sick list for a few days. J. B Havso, who has worked for tho L. & N. R.R. lor the past twenty-fivyenrs and who has been sick lor a few days is able to bo at his post agam. The writer is under munj obligations to Dr. W. T. Amyx'for a beautiful Masonic apron which we prize very highly. Miss Alice Ward is visiting relatives at Mt. Vernon this week. Dr. R. G. Webb wasln London, Wednesday on business. Mrs. Joseph Mini , ol Richmond, was hero botwetn trains,- Wednesday, en route to Hrodlio.id. A message reached here Wednesday, announcing tht death of Alex Mink, a Rockcustle bov, who was running a train on tho C H. & "D. Particulars not learned. Remains will be brought here to day for burrial. Robert Mink is In Cincinnati for a few days. e - WHAT AILS STATE OF KENTUCKY Traveler ' Ascertained Facts About On Community v Announcing The New Typewriter wj - 5 ' MODEL AMAZING AN ANNOUNCE Tho OLIVER No. 7 n typewriter of superexcollonco, CHANGE IN TAX LAWS NEEDED with automatic devices and refinements that mark the zenith of typewriter progress. A marvel of beauty, speed ,and easy action. Typewriting efficiency raised to tho nth power. Why Are 600,000 of Kentucky's PsobU Living In Othsr State? A Trua The OLIVER No. 7 embodies all previous Oliver innoStory With a Moral What Do You vations ard new devices never before seen on any Think About Trust Conditional typewriter.' A leap in advance which places Tho Oliver ten A traveler recently, while waiting to So smooth in action, so light to th change cars at' a little town In South- years ahead ot its time. eastern Kentucky, had a conversation so easy to run, that experts are amazed. A model tha with an intelligent business man of the touch, place and ascertained the following means to the typist delightiul ease of operation. facts: m odef that means a higher standard of typewriting, "What Is your population t" he asked. ' " ' longer and botter service. "About two.thousnnd." "What Is your principal industry?" The No. 7 is now on exhibit and sale at all Oliver "We have none! unless scores count" Branches and Agencies thruont the United'States. "Have youjno factories?" OLIVER rj No. I E self-actin- g .j eon-ductin- g Mc-Guir- e, s i' -- n a- - n "MyOldKentudky Home" "None except a tombstone maker." "How Is yo.ur tpulatlon employed?" "Well, we have1 fifty-twstores, nine I hotels and restaurants, two newspapers, one laundry, one photograph galFor Infants and Children, lery and two banks." Kind You Have Always Bought The "You seem 'to have good railroad facilities." Boars the "Yes, we have railroads ruunlng Signature of 'ctfcJUU north, south, "east and west; twenty; six passenger trains In and out every day and no end of freight trains' THE MOLER BARBER COL ."What does the surrounding country LEGE ol 323 K. 4th Ave. Cincin- produce?" "Coal, timber,! clay, stone, corn, nati, Ohio, wauts men to learn wheat, tobacco, fruit and vegetables." "What become of all these?" Barber Trade. They offer splendid inducements and a short term ot 'They are shipped to different parts the country." completes. They mail free a "Has your town Increased In popubeantilul catalogue and ask all our lation?" "Not much 1b' the past twenty-nv- e readors to .send for it. years." "How aro your young people emA TEXAS VVOWDER. ployed?" "They mostly drift away and get The Texas Wonder cures kidney cities." and bladder troubles, removing work In thenever "Has it occurred to you to grauel, cures dianets, weak and start a few factories and keep them at all irregularities of the kidneys home?" "Yes, been tried, and w at and in boty men and women. one time It has commercial club, whose had a Regulates bladder troubles in aim it was to get some factories children. If not sold by your but they couldn't eeem U do aa7-- ' druggist, will be sent by mail on thing." were "What the obstacles ?" receipt of Sr.oo. One small bottle "Well, lomi imdIk war nAtrr ta ' A.n.A lAA m.1'a..hJ aVs. ..!. vu.uv uvm Autt lyuuu eueap imuu, cueip in two months treatment, nd fuel, good shipping facilities, but no tails to perfect a cure. Snd lt.bor, and some of the Inquisitive ones for testimonials from his and other asked about taxes, etc.. and nothing states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 came of It." "What Oiivt street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold taxes?" la the trouble with your by Druggjst. "Well, you see, we have the general property tax in Kentucky, and when they were the K1CKAPOO WORM KILLER and found shownhad toassessors' lists they pay taxes on EXPELS WORMS about seventy-fiv- e different kinds of property, ftTheeauient yo.11 child's ills ilueked." tand al at the same rate, ..they n vi The foul, fend; "Is this true about the'taxes?" The startins up,w ih terror and "Well, It is pretty near the facts. grinding of eitti while nslaop The city and county and state and ThesalloiVouinplexion The dark schools all have; to be paid, and It a circle under the eyes-A- re all indi- man starts a factory he has to pay on fCickapoo his machinery, lMls raw material and cations of worms. Worm Killer is W lat your child finished goods; his cash and accounts, needs; u expels the worms, the and, of course, 'on his land and buildings, and a cause of the child's unhealthy con- Including his good many other things, a'nd stickpin, and, dition. For the removal of seat, If be wants to watch his children, he educate stomach and pin worms, Kickapoo otust pay on the books and piano and Wqrm Killer gives sure relief. his horse and buggy and almost everyIts laxiitixe effect adds tone to the thing but his shirt, and the trouble is, weneral system. Supnlied as a ho never knows exactly what his taxes candy confection children like it will be. If he orajts any of the seventy-fivthings the legislature could think Safe and sure reliel. Guaranteed Price 25c All jf and the miscellaneous things he Huy a box;to-day- . must think of himself, there Is the rev DjcV gists or by mail snue agent who gets a commission on K apoo Indian Med. Co. Phila- anything he cantflnd, and then there is delphia or St. Louis. the county equalisation board, which scrutinizes his returns and adds what t likes, and then the state board at Frankfort takes a whack at it and generally raises the whole list, and it sim- ,t ply keeps everybody going who bat anything to be taxed." "Why don't you change the tax laws?" "Well, they put the law relating to revenue and taxation in the state constitution, and it takes about five years to effect a change, and it is hard to get the voters to understand the question. The last legislature passed an amendment and it will be voted on at th November (1913) election, and if It Is ratified the change will be made." "I live in Pennsylvania, and every town in that state as large as yours aas a factory of some kind, and many of them several. They employ the young men and women and keep them and the money they earn at home. But here comes my train, and all I can saj Is, you people should wake up, and II voirr tax laws are oppressive, change them, and your state will blossom like tho rose." "Well, good-bye- , stranger. I intend to vote fpr the amendment myself, and may ha others will do the same. It can't bo any worse than the present system, And I surely would like to see some smokestacks looming up In these parts. Farwell." " s - CASTOR A o .1 mods has more im- - penny. vVo shall even continue in ti refinements and now force our popular ro3 uses than vecan even enumerute purchase plan, the same as on here. provious Oliver models. nt. -- ts tl-do- m f.J y-- i. The OLIVER No. 7 equipped with The "cushioned anchor keys'' and 'the ' new auto" with tho famous Printypo. if dematic features mean less work for sired, without extra charge. the hands. 'less strain on the eyes You owe it to yourself to see leso manual and mental effort. tho new machine before you buy With all of these masterly me- any typswriter at any price. Note chanical improvements wo have us beauty, speed and easy action, made the machine more beautiful Us' wonderful automatic devices. Prom every Try it on any work Ahat is ever and symmetrical standpoint The OLIVER No. 7 done on typewriter; Try 'it on many kindsrol rwBrkjtiiat nrJ'blhOr' attains superlative excellence. will do. Nothing you could wish for has typewriter It Is a significant fact that the heen omitted. The new devices' refinements, improvements aad typewriter that ihtroduced such innovations as visiconveniences found on the No. 7 an enormous- outlay ble writing, Printype, etc., should represent ind vastly increase its value -- the be tho first to introduco automatic price has Jtol been advanced one methods of operation. key-hoard Ai-- . epoch-'makni- - The OLIVER Typewriter Co. Oliver Typewriter Building, CHICAGO. 1 '.. 'S PRING HIRTS The Helping Hand you can most surely depend upon ' in time of trouble is your bank account. Better start to acquire a big one by depositing what you have , in the necessity of thinking beiore paying a great Incentive to saving. When trouble conies what you have been prevented from frittering away will make a comfortable "You'll Find JIlHiUk The Bank of MtVernon, . OUR Shirt Stoek never more vou are slim of stout we can fit you and suit your taste. Get your Spring Shirts here, now, for CASTER. Whether complete than now. FROM REPORT OP KENTUCKY TAX5 REVISION COMMISSION, ' 1110,' balance The Bank of Mt. Vernon "So long as the state adheres to Its present system of taxation fixed by constitutional provisions, It will impose upon Its cltlsens a very serloui handicap In the competition with the citizens of other states more favored In their tax laws, and must Inevitably lose both desirable population and much needed capital." , Kern County, California Wants Farmers . "- Easter Neckwear READY MOLLYCODDLE LAXATIVES Can Not iii Do Not Touch tbi Liver Kern County has" room for 200,000 settlers. This impossible to you but not so when you knowthat Kern is as big It is a wonderful county as the whole State of Massachusetts. and hundreds are maldrg good here. may-see- "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY wm a bile starter. It griped fearfully, but brought out the bile, rodophylllnwlth the Tlpe taken out is now to ba had under the nam lut-reio- rt They may clear out the inteitlnal tract, but do not relieve the dainmed-u- p bile. Years ago May Apple Boot (called 5H88 The Home of Good Clothes afltsM We have issued a beautiful booklet telling much about ,Kerri Uounty. This booklet will be sent toxyou free, together with a map of California ,nnd a copv, of SUNSET MAGAZINE, be mpnthly guide of the homeseekpr and settler, if you will send us ten, ceiits'.,iu stamps to help defray the cost o mailing. ',. SUNSET MACAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, Su Frac'tic, CaJ&riua '& ,m in" . 'MT. VERNON Mt. Vernon, Ky, f J7 . m 4 $ SIGNAL Mar. 27, 1914. "We stand by ,w.hat ou tuy' A TRUE MASON A. GODLY jMAN t 74 up ants with "No. 79" wntn g. vy wan toOommlinl.0 Wfv BIQNAL Editor Masonic Homo Journal Louisville, Ky. , Dear Ecitor: The home of Good Clothes K V '5S!::'S!!!S555aaaena"(,9naiaaaaa6i'f)aaatjtineor cot (aim .- .1' " t It! ?? S S ! ? !.!!!! - ' . ..........--.- . ........ 4aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasaas-. ) a . MM a a a a .oa a a a a a a a a a v Almost ever since I learned to - fc i- - , , .2 LOUMVILlt&NIHVIt.Lcn.R.CO. tsl3 TIME TABLE. read I have heeu a constant reader PURE-SILnepkwear for of the Masonic Homo Journal." Easter at Fish's. When a child, I was always deOur uiottn is to please Cox & lighted to get my father's JournWheeldon,-the'barber- a..Ottn a.- eat... - Good, Yes Crackif!' Good - s al. If a man is seasick it iii. is natural ' ?. f north "''24 north ''23 south , 22 4.59 p m 3:53 21 ' am 11:43 am jouth .. 12:19 am Landrum, Agent. Jas. Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Kj. Poitoffice mall matter. m itcoml-ciu- s for him to want the earth. Be a busy bee. It is always better to sting than to get stung. It you want the best Fertilizers buy the Globe from J. Fish & Son. Chris Mullins says he is in position now to dye and clean lor . 4 . 4 Br I? ' . l ' M ' IPT 3r and 30th, limited to May 8th, account of Kentucky Educational Association. Round trip to Louisville April l 5th and 6th and for morning limited, to April 7th $4.io ford. W. H. Sowder was in Mt. Ver-- . 14th account of Conference for 'non Sunday between trains. Education in the South "Billy is an applicant lor the Brod-- " When you come to town drop in head post office. at Oox & Wheeldon's barber shop Miss Francis Sparks underwent next door to post office and gut a .an operation at Paris, Tuesday, share or hair cut, Once you try .which we are glad to know was them you will ever be a patron of adv. the shop thereafter, very successlul. The ten year old son oi John R. Uncle Henry Fish died at LexDotson cj: the Wildie section, died, ington last Friday morning, of Monday after suffering a week or the infirmities of- old age. His mofe witUmeaBles,,. remains were brought to Crab Ort Wo araglad to see J. G. Anderson chard Saturday and Jaid to.rest in who has been suffering with a the cemetery at that place with crushed foot and ankle for some honors of the Masonic order. timo gradually improving. A great improvement Jsibeing Earnest Thompson suffered made to the Ml. Vernon hdtel by which was from Friday,, until Sunday very removing the front, intensely and the physicians added on two- years ago. This Ho is bet puts the building back in its origifeared appendicitis. tor now. nal shape which is much better in J. W. Vanwinkle was op- every particular. Hlrs. erated on at Paris, Tuesday, for Jcliny Niceley, of the Burr sec, cancer. Dr. Jobn.M. Williams tion, died lust Friday after an illtelegraphed Mr. Vanwjnkle, that ness bf soveral weeks of typhoid the operation was successful. fever and other complications. Mrs. C. C. Williams is much The burial took place Saturday, better and that the real seat of her with the honors of the Odd Felltrouble has been found and is rap- ows'- order. idly being relieved, she feels that CARD OF THANKS it will bo only a short time until " she will be able to return home. We wish to thank those good Fred Baker, who is at Livings- neighbors and friends who were ton assisting in the businoss of so kind to assist us during the The George S. Griffin Co. is prov recent illness of our loving little ing himself, already a good mtr- - daughter and sister, Georgia. ' k chant, following in the footsteps Mr, and Mrs. J. S. Langford and children . of his father, who is recognized as one'ofthe county's very best and OPENING! most successful business men. On Saturday, April 4th, 1914, I Miss Susie Thompson returned will have my spring opening of last week from Louisville, where Millinery. Notions, etc., and" would . hhe has been for the past month studying the latest style in spring be glad to have you come in and my stock of goods which you and summer headware. She will see will find complete in every detail. bo in charge of the millinery departVery respectfully yours, ment for Sutton & McBee again Mns. G. S. Hiatt. this season. Little Georgia Langford," tlie LOCAL daughter ol Mr. and S. Langford, died Monday Foe SAL15 : Full black M inorca Mrs. J. night atter a hard struggle oi sevEggs, 50 cents per setting. eral weeks ugainst measles, pneu Mns. W. R. McOtuuB, tnonio, followed by brain fevor. Mt. Vernon, Ky. ,3-at The burrialtook place Tuesday in Fiioduck:- - Bring your produce El ni wood cemetery. To the beMcClure reaved parents we extend our 'of every kfnd to W. R. Mt. Vernon and get the best prices sympathy Mch. in cash. The stockholders of the Electric Notice: Just received a car light plant deserve much credit for load ot Bowkor Fertilizer for farm their efforts in pushing the propo' and garden. None better, price sition to a successful issne, and right. are being praised tor their enterR. L. McFerron, prise and progressiveness. UnMt. Vernon, Ky. fortunately, like every other town Mch. t Noticb: All parties holding wo have a few 'groups who should claims against the Estate of A. M. toin in good works but prefer to will present " hammer " instead of boost. Bradley deceased, properly proven. Al- However, the work will proceed, same to me to the estate notwithstanding the feeble knochs so those indebted call and arrangi settle- by those who could be in better will please business than trying to tear dowu ment. ' instead of building up. Stan'd by v Fred BrAdlby, Admr. A. M. Bradley, your town un'd; assistin pushing Mch .Deceased. good things along. I -- Mrs. with tonsilltls. Edgar Mullins'was homo a few days this week.- Roscoe Norton was in Clasgow , last week on business. Mrs. Margaret Grimes is at home from Lexington for a short visit. . Frank Longmire was here from Chester, Tenn .yesterday on bnsN .ness. Ltttle'Ruby Meadows has been very sick for past two weeks with rheumatism, following measles. Luther Manis has bought Mat Foure's property at Livingston and will engage in businoss there. ', Mrs. Henry, of' Winchester, McCoy, is Miss Lula ,,whb waB with homefolks here ,for a few days. Joe Childress was up from Livingston Tuesday to attend the funeral of little Geprgia Lang-w- - PERSONAL J.T. Meadows is very sick everybody. It frequently rains on the just because the unjust has borrowed his umbrella. And now my husband's Journal is a welcome visitor in our home and I wish to say that in the mean time I haVe gleaned froiririts pages many valuable thoughts. A-a banquet, given by Jackson No. 73r, there was a discussion as to the "Relation of Masonry to the Church." While it was generally concluded that each has a mission entirely its own, we feel impressed to give a few thoughts on the subject, t - a" a-- a.'ae a.- a. - s ..,,. -, BPJBBjajpaDrfBppjBaji JaVBaMaHJBflBHPJajBjBBAajpjBjppBj s.. a.. 1 i ..it uppose someone grave you a risn sun witnout any lJ Imarkof identity in it! You would wear it and enjoy it. And when it was worn out you would say ''that was ( F fOfeS; a cracking. good suit," The point we make is this . A. A. i , r , ..00 -- . -- - - ...-- .. -- .. .a m w : Taking for granted has a mission wholly that each its own, is ..... .. 1 1 11 You can get suited in your new Spring suit at Fish's it you want the newest and best. Its easier for a ipnn to make is to spend it to monfey tban-i- t the satisfaction of his wife. good shave, hair cut, shampo, massage, or tonic call on Cox & Wheeldon next door to post James Lnwieuce sold to Woods there td much difference in the Walkerof Garrard, his fine walk- principles ahdajms of the twot Can a man observe the Second ing horse for $2 10. Commandment, which is like unto Ce.... .... t tli's ..... Me-- Fish's $15 Clothes 'scare some men because the price is only $15, They lik$ their style their fabrics and their individuality, but they can't understand how the values can be genuine ata price much less than such clothes usually cost ' I fm' ' a a a a a a a a a a a a a a IS a . rT .... . ..... ... t ... . . .. ua a ..... ... ... .. a .. i'IIii .. ..... For a office. Its awful bard to love your neighbor as thyself if he keeps chickens while you ' are trying to raise a garden. Round trip 10 Louisville $4 00 April train-Apri- - . - the first, and in any degree ignore .. .... the first? 0 can a man "love his ..... ..... . tins ..... fellowman in the true sense of the word," and 'not have the loveof 0IIIH God .in his heart? While we beao. 00. lieve that the majority ,of Masoris a.-a-are Christians, wo.dp npt believe specialize plan. . suis one that any man whois'tnot-- Christpreme effdrt of ian can bea MasbilMh "the true than sense of the word, price would be more. amanwho has not theilove of God t . in his heart, is a Christian becaus All Fabrics, all sizes, all styles e ahe happens to' hive' his name enSpecial models .for young men. erolled on the book of some a..achurch. tells Come While we do not say that every a 11' a Christian man can become a Mason, yet we do know that every a..-a.-a--- . member, of the "Great. Fraternity" .who.is not a Christian can become j4 v .til' 'and Grand one.- - For "the Great BY Master who" is gteater than, all and ' ' iiw a'Whosoever above all says tbat .. cotneth unto' Him. He will in no .. wise cast out." a-a So yousee no one over petition ed Him in vain. If you are a mem . .111 .' ber of this Great Fralernity and fvftZZgSj&aigF&ii&n' not a Christian, why not send in 5WoiiS'LEADmo( Qt your petition at once, be' initated into the mysteries,, of that .Grand HOWIE Lodge above. Would not the two ;1 in one make aline" combination? ' SS:i!SSaSSaaaae2aaaSaaSSaSSiaaeaaaaaa The man who' is a Christian-ma... ' r a wo 'consider a and a Mason, (as nearly as it is possiBbJST D'AjVliL'V Ballengor. Texas, an interpriz- a.vaiivii :t?th ble to attain perfection in the ing town of the South West hear-Dconstipation. Use Beware of King's New Life Pills nnd liDg 0f Felix Bowman's flesh). ' rabbit E-H- Uit keep well. Mrs. Charles E. Smith j sausa;:0 making i,as establisht a "When awoke and . . of West Frandhn, Me., calls them;, TiTAHmt. m place for making found the angel in his room, writing -Out family laxative," 'WUKIIl) rfUiiyi-Mthe Book of Gold, the names ' 7 '"". "B better for adults of aged. by por in 11 of those who loe the Lord and Druggists tionofthethousands Star. Canned 25c. them Lone or by mail. was told that his name was not fn rabbit sausage, a la Bowman may H. E. Bucklen i: Co. Philadelphia 'soon be found the list, he prayed that hebe writin grocery stores. or St Louis. ten as one who loyes his fellow-ma- e. ( as. a 'There is no mystery about the low price, The makers have adopted a They this their organization. $3 to $8 suit the Otherwise the , ..... ea oa a ae-a.-- new .a a a any-itnore a. a. - -- a.v a a a a a a a a ea a oa oa in our mirror the truth. far I, J , --- aa-a- a'.i'' Easter- Fixings Are Ready For You; .aa a a a a a a a a a a 9 a a a a a a a a ! a "WE STAND WHAT YOU BUY" .a .i a.a-- - oa ..-a- ., ao- lilitiiii iillllllllllll.I.. i THE...... OF GOOD CLOTHES .. . . i'CiSSS V T-- "' n per-fect'ma- ii' ow i r. Ben-'Adhe- yy3yxc P. H. Conover trrG ? "w Nothingly-- . n Dentist k ttetJ": MT. VERNPN, ICY, to-da- Fron tRooms over Bator's Store Phone 49t. rp5Cxc68c i. -- TB3aB3rjr , So tho next night, when the vision returned with the names of those whom love of God has bless ed, lo, Ben Adhem's name led all J. C. MoOLAR Y FIELD You can have bright and beautiful Furniture, Floors, and Woodwork S EE UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Farmers all over the state are taking advantage of tho wholesale cash prices on field made by W. seeds Bnsh Nelson of Lexington Ky. White to bun for price list and samples and save middle mans profit. g - the rest. We believe that Masonry is directed and upheld by the ulmighty hand of God, otherwise it could not have withstood the many oppositions which it has in times past, or be the power for good tho.t it is and ever has been. If this bo the case, is not an man us much out of place in it's ranks as he would be in the church? A daughter" and sister of a Mason. Mns? Abe Evans, 'Livingston, Ky. 1 M ,at small cost floors, etc., to original beauty. Simply use PEE GEE RE'NU'LAC-t- he combined stain and varnish. ' The room recently occupied by George Owens, the moving pic: ture man, is being a petition run through the center and the front will be occupied by W. Todd for a barber shop, while in the rear Chris Mullins will have his cleaning and pressingestab-lishmenover-haulet. torestorewornfurniture, I require any skill w Stanford, Ky. I - : t I d fflMlavU'nftSrT 7 KJaHMIaStfHIul We Meet You On The Level and .act on the square, when you conic here for hardware. No matter whether you want a tew screws or nails or a hIgh;grado special, tooiwe allow no misrepresentation. Buy here once and you'll get better hardware service at less cost than you ever got before, Fellow soldiers once rode old Cull on a rail, for some olfense in ATTORNEY-AT-LAthe ranks. Cull said if it was You'll bodelighted with the MT. VERNON. KY. BUY YOUR LIMESTOWE NOW not for the "honor" of the thing fine results. Tryacantoday he would as soon walk. It comes in 11 Natural JOFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor o The reduced rate of $i.qo per Wood Colors, White, Gold The Bank ot' Mt . Vernon , on Churc and Enamel.. All sizes. ton for ground limestone on board street. Special attention given FOR FLETCHER'S to collections. caisatMt. Vernon only holds CO. Phone N0.80. INCOftroaAtict until tho middie of April. We are XOUisVILLE. KV. Mnufcturer hoping for a slight reduction in the present freight rate of sixty FOB SAttfBV cents per ton, but Prof. Montgom1 ery advises farmers to delay no $ PEOPLES BANK longer but to get their orders in at once so they may be filled and the lime hauled homo before the will rush of spring work comes on. . ! See Prof, Montgomery forfurth-- j LIBERAL COMMISSION AND puitil.uiu.i3. uui-;utwui SALARY to look after our busi- ei This industry is increasing and ness In your community. Interit will not be many years beforo esting, dignified, 'healthful work. train loads of this product will be of the International Magazine Company, forwarded daily from Rockcastle ll'y W St., New York City. points. , o.c. Williame, Children Cry PEASLEE-GAULDER- T "" CASTORI $ JOHN! ROBINS Brodhead, (y. $ $ $ A Straw Show the Way the Wind Blows -- A u $ Have youBB the Wonderful Growth Noticed $ . - 'it'. I 9 20-3- liX. ' $ PEOPLES BANK $ No Substitutes to the grocer all RETURN sent you for Royal Bak-ing Powder. There is no substitute for ROYAll Boyalis a pure, cream. of Jartar bakings powder, and ,healthfHrPow,ders offered as from alum. -sub-ititutes,;iimade there's a reason. $ SAFE AND SOLID Eyery Banking Facility $ 20-3- o. cvcox, AMPLE RESOURCES $ For the Convenience of the People $ ' OF ItOCKCASTLE COUNTY '. Opposite Court House, Mt. Vernon, Ky. BET HURUM& LEWIS , Attorneys at Law Offices Use Us $ $- - . 2l-3t- in 'Bethurum Bldg. PEOPLES BANK , ' Wllpracico infalUhe Courts! $ $ ?i -- A A? i 1 - t 11 I- :' - r- - r a""--" """ '"--yT- , - .Mlr Ml,,- - , gf 'T MMLiaJ1jMMMMaPMatrtaWtf.i lIJjiLjiii:..iT-TiiinrT ' "-- """ "-- ' "i "" GEORGE WESTFNGHOUSE HOPEWELL MrslSarahiHa'nk&of this place WillioV at Lilly .great excitement in There wn4 this part last week, by some means the woods were set on lire and was going at full speed, but by hard work the lire was stopped without doing very much damage, but in spite of all that could be done several pannels of is visiting' hty-Tso- 1Chas.. C.Davis 'Mt. Vernon Ky- DRUG: Chas.C. Davis Mt Vernon Ky. The death of George Westing-nous"- , My Phone No. is (39) We open shop at 7 o clock a.m. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m. thirty-nin- e. announced ye&'erd.ay, closed a career varied and roiiiant c i i us contrasts mid In ds uetll'ltles. His record is the record of a lite of jrreni service to humanity. Romance is supposed to adhere only to the stage or to literature, and to dwell only u he haunts of 'tho young and the idle. JWtpF"1' ! CASTORIA firo"SWHn For Infants and Childron. n a aHBaB M'K " . 5u! in mjmmfm It is not so. The most romantic of all 5H discoverers, navigators, the men lights and who followed hidden heard fairy wicss beckoning them on by now paths to new worlds born amid Georgo. Stephenson, coal mines of Englaud, labor the ing when five years old to contribute to the support of his family, getting what education he had in hours that should have boon devoted to resti opened a new world, not only for Euglaud, but for all mankind. Westiiighonse invented, when a lad of tif teen, a rotary ongine, and perfected in his early twenties the air brake. Ho cound not get the ablest a hearing from oue ol managers of the day. F e railroad was rediculed by practical men and brushed aside as a orank, He was refused n hearing by Corned ius Vanderbilt, but he gained one from the Pennsylvania railroad Aad For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- - believe I wouU have died if I hadn't Then when he was summonod by taken it. the Now York Contral managers cent Was1 Unable to Attend to After I begar taking Card'il, I was to come to Now York to explain replied that he greatly helped, and all three bottles re- hts invention, ho Any) ef Her Housework. lieved me entirely. was too busy and that the manaI fattened up, and grew so much gers of the road, who wele interC.- -"l for stronger In three months, felt like an- ested in his air brake, would have suffered Pleasant Hill. N. to come to his offic to investigate three surnrjiers," writes Mrs. Walter other person alfpgelhcr." it That air brake has revolution this town, "and the third and Vincentof Cardui is pitrtly vegetable and ized the railroad business, made last timewasfmy worst. Its ingtvdients have a mild, tonic 1 had dreadful nervous headaches and possible trains that before were elfect, on the wcoianly constitution. impossible; made it possible, moreprostration, and was scarcely able to Cardui make for increased strength, over, to ir.sue salety. walk about. Could not do any of my improves the appetite, tones up the nerOno of his great achievements housework. vous system, and helps to make pale, was piping natural gas into Pitts I also had dreadful pains In my back sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. burg trom Ileitis forty miles away. and sides and when one of those weak, Cardui has helped more than a million Iu May, 1885, it is said, ho sinking spells would come on me, weak women, during the past 50 years. haye to give up and lie down, would formed a company, and needed six It will Eurcly Co for you, what It has until it wore off. million dollars to carry cut his done for them. Try Cardui today. I was certainly In a dreadful state of plans. He opened his subscripWritt to: Cnattaaaoza Mediclnt Co.. UJIet' finally decided to try visory Dtp!.. ChJiiuiuogi, Trnn-- (or Uptcial tion books after exp'.aiuing his health, when on vnui cue and book, "Home devices and got no response. Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Treatment (or WonwaC ual In pllo irrappar. Then, by personal solicitation lie .. aaaWW1VlWaVSPaMaaaja aTaa inspired confidence in his plans J I and got the money neeucc. It hi made a fortune for evory one who went into it, says the Cincinnati Enquirer and by cheapening luel Our line of JCotich JCnskcts it gave a great impetus to tho is uuoxcellcil manufacturing.industries of Pitts- place at any time during our shop " hours.: We don't want to sell you 'anything yon don't want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let us show you. You are cordially welcome in our carters not even excepting the careers of the warriors are the enreersof the groat inventors the great and great organizers, Feci It Heal. f "WlitnyouMwnllorrDr. Dill' it il... . .. MoiKticmana r- mmnntFj t nwtpoti" May Uraaay M J&lV ?'"n7 ' nylaz II, after iwrlanca. An JlhlW.??Jr "" mos atriMd aayou It IirJ'.n"" Can, J.-' ""." T !i knJwS.117 0 ""' """" ot fltmair .n'fr on arery OtNUlKB bttl Dr. Boll's boUU PINE-TAR-HONEY and lb a 25 OonU. SO Oanta. 1 1.00 "Tell Br Tho Bell" CHAS. C DAVIS Mt. Vernon Ky. RESOLUTIONS Mt. 1. OP Lodgo KKSfEcT No. a 19 0,0. Vernon P. GOULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT 1 gentle-actin- g. Our Heaveuly father in His infinite wisdom has taken from our midst, our brother, Johny Nicoley who departed this life March 20th 1914, be it resolv- ed: First: That this Lodgo has lost a true and faithful brother; the fiimily a fa.thful and devoted husband and father and tho com m unity a just and upright citizen isKCONn: That this Lodge ex tend to the bereaved family their deepest sympathy ond commend them to Him who always knows best. THIRD: That a copy of the-resolutions bo sent to the bereaved family, apage of our minute book be Swt aside and a copv spread, thereon and a copy sent to Mt. Vernon Signal for publication. V. A Cox, ) S. T. Puouroit, Committee. Wjieukas: e Charlie Cartniclcs fence was burn ed. After an illness of two months, Mr. John Niceleyaged twenty two years, died of fever and heart trouble. John wan a in e in bo r of the Christian church and was also a member of tbe Odd follows. He leaves beside a wife and two small children an vged father and mother, two sisters and "two brothers to mourn tbe loss of u Christian husband and father. John was in the bloom of life, aud not a better and upright, hard working man than but while John could be found, that is the case we all are aware of the tact that tho young as well as the old have to die and John has only paid the debt that each and every one must pay sooner or later. Mr. Hamp Renncr aud were married Miss Mary Hood Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Doan. Rev. Chas. Carmicle performed tho ceremony. Mrs. Mollie Kirby and Miss Bertha Carmicle attended tho burial of Mr. John Niceloy. Married Marco 21st, Mr. Harry Owens to Miss Mary Childress. May their life bo full of sunshine and ther troubles few. SPRING BLOOD AND SYSTEM 'ill hi'nn mnUi'iH ,i ,11 il ALCOHOL 3 PEK OENtT AVcgc aMcPreparaHonrorAs-slrallalliirtUicnjodaiufRedul- a The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of ting Uic Stomachs aMDonds of W Jr B PromolcsDigcsttonflircffiJ-ncs- s and ResLContalns ncllhtr Opiimi.Morphiic nor Mineral JfiXiP r " WOT Jf ARC OTIC, MoiftitoUDcsynwrcmt Jhjiir nr" J DIuAmritSiit Clgntki Staff IlimSti' In ilizgrrejimr. Anerfecl Remedv forCorsRc t Ion , Sour Stomach.Dtarrtoi Worms .tonvuisions.ro'CTistt-ncssnrulLossOFSLEE- r&cSimile Siiawreof Use For Over Thirty Years I II I 1 1 IC suss Tuz Centaur Compato, NEW YOUK, jffi.lSIiHflntecd under the uJ I fl" . GKO. OWKPS ) I Ad- 1 . a - w- - - . . - i yiybi A$M r ) ift.imMPoimffliymm i Iluiul-innde mf,h& ('ofliusfurnislied burg. Mr. Westlnghouso worked with prodigious power and industry. He received great rewards; hut if these were multipled ten times they would bo insignificant compared to the benefits he has con. for red upon mankind; compared to tlie monov making and money, saving results ofhis great inventions, which results have been distributed all over the world. It is not fortunes liko that of Westinghouse, which comes from hit own labors, which follow the for re- ice ess of his measures du 'ng dangers to life, for multiplying the efficiency of individual activities, and so making all labor tho labor of all men, more produc tivo it is not such fortunes against which come popular protest, but fortunes duo to greed, to cunning, to the dishonest absorp tion of tho labors of other men. Hearse sen! ho to all parts of County All orders by Wire Promptly, Filled 1 ! w. Phone 94-S a. MT. VERNON, KY ec,i 5ta e of Ohio, ciiy ot Toledo. j SS Sucas County, Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is, senior partner ol the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co doing business in tho City of Toledo. County nii'l atnto aforesaid, and that said firm will pay tin sum of One Hundred Dollars (or each and evory case of Catarrh tnnt cannot bo cured by the use of Hull's Catarrh Cure FRANK .1 CHENEY. Sworn to beloro me and subscribed in tny presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 188O. A. W. GLEASON, (Seal) Notiiry Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally rtnil acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of of' the system. Send for testimonials, free. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sole by all Druei!ist8.7J. Take Hall's.Pamily Pills for con. Htipiition, ! CLEANSER During the winter months impurities accumulate, your blood becomes impure and thick, yqur kidneys, liver and bowels fail to work, causing so colled "Spring Fever." Ym feel tired, weak and lazy. Electric Betters the spring tonic and system cleanser is what you need; they stimulate i .T-S- A M HLala i '' ;. . gm-aVB- ai .eiaVel H'r trera mi v u.. fi&imm 1 5i?; ii mzz74 The SAFE boys' magazine Ttvsltc nomas rBituribmntood tho kidneys, liver and bowels to to healthv act on, expel blood impurities and restore your health strength and ambition. Electric Bitters makes you feel like'new1. Start a foiu'weoks treatment it will put you in fine shape for your spring work. Guaranteed. All Drupgists. 5oc. nnd'ji.oo. H. .E Bubklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. MARETBURG. . - Colleetlnr. Chlrkoni. aonlpg. Inrontlona and Natural Wondere. Oar. , A1,Tifori'1!.bo7,'.B0taclllld',,Jr- - Clean aa a wlilttly, f rll plctoree. it to SJfparea erery aioriee or trarel.adren-tuhuuai. Teohoof athlctlci by moet popular bore' author. Inetrurtlvo poclol artlolee. Fins articles on football and other Departmcnte of Mcchanlm, Eloctrlelty. frorti. 1 hotoBrar.iy. to iAIake Thlnps, Htamp l'o9ilar,tSelFnoo. Hm I'eti, s. vniyi?i a year Send Subscriptions to SIGNAL N Sams has about rea sovaro attack of measles and Pneumonia. Little Virginia Marshbanks has been quit') sick for the just few days. Miss Ethel Roberts visited friends la Brodhead iast week.-M- rs. Bert Owens surprised her father tbe 10th with a nico birthday dinner. Mrs. Sam Roberts Mrs. A. 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It hai the only real continuo'ua door opening, Hoopt mnda of totted loel, Hoopi can be adiuited from ltd. der front door frame, Door made of California Red. wood. "Tho Wood Eternal." The location of our Uctoiy civet ui and Miss Cora Young visited in Brodhead last week. Wiley Owons was In Maretburg Saturday and Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. John Owens ato rojoioing ovfr tho arrival of a fino baby bov on Roberts tho 17th. Miss Ethel visited Miss Ethel Owens Satur day night, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Albright visited Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Said the best advertisement for a General ; Store is to advertise every week in your"'; local paper J. E. Mitchell, of-Pine Hill, Ky. Says the best way do just lik;e ' McCall Sunday. One Lone Germ Breeds Millioni SnmSsmmnnmS tor or cut lets tho r:ermi underUe ikla. don't ttop Iti breeding there will be mullonj in a few daya. DrMdlnt With DR. DELL'S A handing the goods out he he can advertise, is to is doing Just keep f CHEAP FQR CASH station p. lovismir Slop Antiseptic Salve It elope the breeding ol once. It keepe away all other germa. It aoothea ana heelt ai fure al you u.e IU A SSc. box will prevent hundreda ol dollar of trouble. tht THE GREEN FRONT aaaseeaaaaaaaaeaaeaMi eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee MMitaiiMitaMaoaaaeaaiataeetaMitatita "Tall It Dy Tho DelT of Louisville, Ky.. will be pleased to show you the most advantageous policies through their local agent, their quick action they have taken. Now, just a word' to you parents, you should advise the young men to take out Insurance on their life early. , Sweethearts should demand it of the young man who seeks her heart and hand in marriage; THE COMMONWEALTH ITtaHliy pfMSis Poultry Regulator Pkgt . , IQe, 0o, flAO; tS tbt pail f!M for pMfnt blrda wit! jrounir itock. It help diffcttion-kee- pii th liver on th job lint purines the blood. AJaiioj more ceei and tronjjer chlckt, .A..a.,.k.iitu. i t. ii. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back tw tvgm fovury voom ruiw tov Lively Chicks dlM proof, prov PEDIGREE Anxiety Boy, Hereford Bull, calved Sept, 24, I912, Breeder Jos H. Gibson, Somerset, Ky., Sire British Baron, No. 257554. Dam, Fern No 149099. Owneq by John W. Hilton, Pine Hill, Ky.", where he will tnalce the season ot iOia at $1.00 Mar. tft MCKENZIE JONAS ELLS Selz Shoes THE tt ROYAL I - j J,. la i RHEUMATIO SUFFEREHS SHOULD USK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Hotel Henry Watterson ' LOUISVILLE. KY. Tha South'a rport populat priced, modern hotel. T Ab.otutalr eltuated In llin very heart of tht retail ehosping dUtrictand 'riear alrhetljtatrea. Flnet'Cae In LouU.UI. with moderate prlaea. cll.S'''"??' 'r0?1 25?,uPl noon day. Lunch 30c table da hole Dinner, 6 to 8 p., m S .00. Alia elaborate a la carta larvlc In Reitaurant. RathakeUea cpai from 4 P. m. to I a. m. Orcheitial and Vocal Inutic. r at the gat. J9HH W. 13-3- 1. BLUE" n H,iL:rON, The Beat Remedy Fop all forme of PinqHill, Ky. F you need a good pair of shoes it CHAS. C. DAVIS, TheODruggist, Mt. Vernon, Ky. WE stubborn, ajnnov1ng coughs oure;d years. Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured them, for wtiich 1 am most thankful," writes Mrs. "My husband had a cough for :if teen years and, my son for ehjht is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy JL DANIEL B00NE GREA$ sciatica: cout. neuraicio AND' KIDNEY TROUBLES. IMBAGO. ROOM. PRICES Witlj running water and private toilet $1 per day Yfith privkte balh'$lv50 up to 93.00ipruday ' Largo (ample raoraa' with pVivato bath $2,60 tp $5tTpor day. ' JONAS McKENZJE- MT. VERNON, KY. X) iwm ,STOfTW.rWj k sivos quick oiiirRaM4y hiii CWEi I L Made tn Kentucky by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. r1y ' Swsnaon Rheumatic Cura aM.HW(UkllUCHICM AMPUC KMX ON RCqUCST CaM You are cordially invited to mala tliit. hotel your headquartera while in Louisville. eyen if only for a day. Have your mall and pacltanee addreaaed here. You will alwaye baa welcome gueat, ' ROBERT B. JONES, Manager. David Moor, of Saginaw", Ala. What Dr..King's New "Discovery did for ihese. raon, it will do for vou. Dr. King's New Discovery shourd bo in every home. Stops imcking coughs, relievos lagrippe and all throat and lung ailments Money back if it fails, All drug-gistPrice 50c. and i.op. H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. s. HIIK, HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID 'F0RRAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commlulon. Writ lor price AND HIDES mentlonlag JKw&ft lift ihli id. JOHN WHITE & CO. louTs.!.. " II 1 w sp i