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Mount Vernon signal: March 27, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914032701_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: March 27, 1914 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. l 9fiftw t 1 fth. .4 PubTisTied Every 'flt Friday VOLUxME XXVII. wIMIM MT. VERNON, r , Established 1887 NUMBER 23 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY' MARCH 27, g 1914 rfe. I rzzizzrs&f& UAKANTiSJiWi: r-j- rtALL.WO.OIS? 1 I Tariff IS OFF ASI-Wo- !i SWM. feSi3wW? Jtf '. Mil-- K. 113 . OT8 J w B: $$ ol off on wool, which makes it Guaranteed possible for us to sell you All-Wo- ol The Tariff is non lodge and Chapter. Crab Orchard Masonic lodge officiated at the funeral, a number of Mt Ver-- . non masons being present and a number of visiting masons from other points. He was a great uncle of our A. M. Hiatt, who was named as executor in his will K. J. Smith of the Hiatt section, was with his sister, Mrs. Tohn Cress, at Preachersville last week. W. A. Tyree, John Harp and Vic Francisco were at home lor a few days last week. Mr. Tyree is foreman of a concrete crew at Torrent. Mrs. D. B. Albright and Mrs. Mary Albright were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brack B B B BI BAK ER S BARGAIN BULLETIN Special Sales During Month of - March July Picnic. GREAT like Ice Cream at a B B B B I Clothes for less money. We will save you from $2 to $5, and give you guarantee, as follows, which make you' absolutely safe. B Durham at Sparks Quarry last Sunday. Cashier A. M. Hiatt attended the funeral of his uncle Henry Fish at Crab Orchard last Saturday. Mrs. M. H. Barnes has been quite sick since the latter. part of last week, but is reported better at this time., Rev Boyd Baker filled his regular appoint ment at the Christian church Sat urday and Sunday. The Brod- head Fair Association was incorporated the 16th. The dates are August i2 13-1- WINTER GOODS WILL GO THE New York 4. tent; tuysUXt'snd'"c Utneijtt'' V) Ralph Peters, President of the Long Island Railroad Company and Chairman of the Committee on Railway Mail Pay, authorizes the following statement: Congress has passed the Bill GROCERIES DON'T MISS THE BARGAIN SSale of Pilgrim BANNER PICNIC and the great4 SUGAR 25 lb sack of best granulated Sugar. Special $1.20 WASH POWDERS Clean Easy Soap est soap upon the market. Special. 3 bars for great Cold Water Soap. SOAPS providing for the expenditures of the Post Office Departmentfor the next year. This Bill, how Wc might talk for hours about Ladies7 Hats Men's Hats, Ladies7 Skirts, Men's Pants, Ties, Skirts, and Shoes, for everybody, but whydo the pick of the country's best maker in it Men's and Women's wear is here and we want not necessarily to buy you to come in these are looking days, and we want you to look ever, fails once more to compensate the railroads for carrying the parcel post. The Bill is based upon estimates of the Post Office Department that next yerr the parcel post will handle 600,00",000 packages yielding a revenue to the Post Office of 860,000,000. The Postmaster General in his annual report of December 1, 1913, states that in view of the prospective "prodigious growth'" of the parcel post, ''the railroads" of course will become entitled to additional compensation for this extra service imposed upon them and the Department is engaged in y gathering all statistical data for ascertaining a correct basis for fixing a just, fair and adequate compensation for the uec-essar- COFFEE?The JO-lbb- ag IvJC that N Special blend of Coffee, once tried, always used, 25ct value for a $1.50 FELS NAPTHA 3 Boxes for 10c Every-- FLOUR Finest Patent every ounce guaranteed of the finest made. jrer oarrrei high-grad- er LENOX SOAP ooay imows JLenox. 3 Bars for IOC "Light House Cleanser Tt Armour & Co's greatest Wash I fS Powders. Special, 3 cans for 50 Jp3' -- JC service rendered." On February i7th, the Railroads' Committee was advised by the Post Office Department that E it had made a recommendation to Congress that "on account of the increased weight of mails" due to the parcel post, the Postmaster General should he authorized to add to the Compensation of the railroads not more than f of one per cent. This recommendations would have added qnly $250,000 to the mail pay of all the railroads in the United States. Congress took no action on the e idently con recommendation, loud in praise of weloorae accord- - Wednesday on their way to the sidering the proposal too trivial BRODHEAD. College. Mrs. Walter edhimby some of Stanford's Barea for consideration, and preferring sister-in-laMits citizens, especially J. M. Carter Smith and Wal-liSmith, of Crab Orchard, to await the iecommendatio'nof the Liveryman, who furnisht a rig Jennie M. A. Stevens and Jesse him to the were the guests oi Mr. and Mrs the Joint Congressional Commitfirst of the and accompanied went to Perkins the tee now investigating the whole the week. week, where they will begin work grounds, a distance of two miles, J. M. Owens during subject. Co., the and would not" accept anything for Miss Bertha Roberts has been for the Lyons Lumber In Great Britian the railways plant having been hut down for his trouble. Ed Owens is at quite sick this week. Mrs. J. W. receive 55 per cent of the revenues the past several months. Mr. and home this wpek from St, Bernard Tate was Louisville during the from the parcel post. Beforefthe Mrs. James Hayes, of Crab Or- Ohio, where he has been for the- week buying her spring stock of establishment of the parcel post chard, were the guests of Mr. and past several months. Prof. J. W millinery. Miss Meade Barton the railroads in this country1 re Mrs. J. M. Roberts Sunday. Mrs. Ireland, of Stanfoid, was in town 'accompanied- her. Mrs. J. M. ceived, for transporting the mails Robart Burton Owens and son Ed were the guests Tio with relatives ' Tuesday. Mrs. romaln of the Post Office at least 'here until Tuesday. Mrs. Will left Tuesday lor Cincinnati, where of her daughter, Mrs. Walter revenue. Assuming that fcheir. Carlton, of Louisville, died at the she will join her husband. Mrs. Smith, in Crab Orchard Wednesservice is no greater jn. hapdling home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Faulkner, of Vincennes, day. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hutch-eso- the parcel pot that with other are rejoicing over the arrival Wm. Fugate, of the Hiatt section Jnd is the guest of her brother, inail-- , this increased revenue of Monday at 9 p. m. She had R. C. Thompson, here this weak, of the their first born, an eight SSCQOQ.OOQ, to the post office 'debeen confined to her bed fori W. H. Brown the popular Lan- pound girl, on the 20th. christ-- ' partment should in all fairness several weeks with tuberculosis, caster stock buyer, was in town oned Mary Parker. Their home mean increased payments to the ot at least $12;000",000. and her death was daily expected. during the week. C. S. Arm-- ! ' is Middlesboro, but Mrs. Hutche-stron- railroads Nevertheless, the appropria son has been with her sister, Mrs. bought a who recently Her remains were laid to rest in bill for several tior. no passed by toCongress procemetery farm near Gum Sulphur, was in W. E. Gravely, the Christian church vides payment the railroads C. S. Lyons months. Mr. Hutcheson arrived beyond the Tuesday atemoon. Besides her town Wednesday. provision, already made that five percent might be husband, she is survived by her of Junction City, was on Monday's in town Thursday of last week. Ko Dins and nttle daughter added to the pay of the railroads one brother, train on hts way to Perkins, 'John father and mother, on which there had not been a Tuas-estJohn Fugate, and three sisters, where he has large timber inter- Mildred were in Stanford weighing since January ist, 113. E. L Blanton and son Wil- - day. Uncle 'Henry', fish died at Mrs. Chad. Preston, of Berea, At a time when the Interstate Mrs. Ed Barger and Mrs. Clar- lie, of the Negro Creek section, the home of his nephew, J. M. Commerce Commission is insist ence Shafer, of this place. Will ate in Cincinnati Mrs. Blanton Morris, at Lexington last Friday. ing thlHjhe railroads shahmajke a Robins returned from St. Bern- and her daughter, Miss Dora,iwill He had been in declining health fair ctiarge fay every 'svice' Renowing to his dered, i$ BeetQjS btge hg&est de ard, Ohio, last Monday night. soon join them, where they will for some time, and inat no, po,vs,ion ml7Q tVioir Vinmo T,Viie MinlrC age of eighty one years his death, gree uuius .UV. IU..UU.U, He says that he is sick, but we IUJUU.U ""- - iWVUW. shoulbe made aequaty to was in town during the was little surprise. His remains compensate the railroads; for- pro arpofthe ODiuion he is much better already, and if he stays week. W. D. Cottongim. Assist- - were orougnc to. Ur,ah,archard an.& j viding and QiaerafcrflVetk- a- trans-- i . i: "" quite well. ant Section Foreman at this pjace deposited m he cemetery a that re'H&HSSraWVSVS?. s here he will remain The doctor lives here. Chas. Yras called to Mt. Vernon. Wednes- - place last Saturday, after services day to relieve Section foreman at the St. Ivan Hotel by J. C. ;Soardjs at home lor a few days. R. S. Snivel was in Stanford Mon- Meadows ior a" few days. Homer McClary, the officiating He was a prominent and the two Misses Isaacs taker. day to make a draft of the K of P FOR FLETCHER'S mason, and a member of Mt. Ver of Walnut Grove, were h'ere and fairamphtfheater, Same Flour in sacks 70c A N0.100d Family Flour good enough for me, 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 SUTTON & McBEE MBB . CORN Fine Sugar Corn nice and sweet, hard to beat one-hal- Fine Can BEANS, per can, Riee Fancy Head 8c 8c TR f v) O CLOTHING, Underwear, 1 RICE BEANS New Michigan hand-picked 8c WHOLESALE You can buy at wholesale prices all during February. Beans. Navy Special. 5 lbs for n in heavy rich oil, 12c value Alaska Pink Salmon, packed f"1 SALMON Special, No. Cans Remember ! This is 3 for - - MATCHES on.e, a. of, Capital Matches the big 5c box BAKER'S ment when I. advertise- - one-fift- h tivery good one. Special, 3 Boxes for If Q f 4nd U.G. advertises a Special Sale, he has the goods to back it up. n ; g A FEW CAR-LOA-D SPECIALS AMERICAN FENCE Big Stock Low Prices iit PROGRESR STQVES and RANGES FURNITURE and CARPETS Stoneware anci FLOUR, FEED and, SALT Hare s. Tin Right Goods UiGBaker ROCKCASTLE The Right COUNTY'S Prices 1 - v-vl- - 1 !. K under-Burne- tt Children Cry is-ver- y CASTORIA "THE STORE THAT V DOES THE ' BUSINESS. ft . (MQSi. gjjjXiJritjrtrvVifiVn'ii WBr!??li "-" .,. il Ai ay TS ii Jul li U MT I at white heat because we lost the a oeautiiui Masonic apron which Advertising rates made known on Old Kentucky-Home.- " Our State rightfully boasts of offices, corruption, campaign fuud, we prize very highly. Miss Alice CHANGE HI TAX LAWS NEEDED application some of its finest farms of broad booze and all. Is this picture Ward is visiting relatives at Mt. It is true to the life Vernon this week. Dr. R. G. and fertile acres of Blue Grass, overdrawn? MEMBER OF some of its details aud the Webb was in London, Wednesday, Why Art 100,000 of Kentucky's Popl the native home of some of the in Living in Othar 8tate7 A True KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Mrs. Joseph Mink) finest horses in the world, and cause of our civil and religious in on business. Story With a Moral What Do You of Richmond, was here between Think About? Thtio Conditional the adopted home of Short Horns stitutions There are no redeeming features trains, Wednesday, en route to and Jersey Alderney, Holstein A trareler A message reached change cars recently, while waiting to herds, Kings, queens, princes, in the whole scheme, and unless Brodhead. at a little town in Southand pridcesses of theBovine king- it is corrected and the evil abated, hereWednesday, announcing tht eastern Kentucky, had a conversation the "Kentucey Home" I haveQpic- - death of Alex Mink, a Rockcastle with an. intelligent business man of the doms of the earth. place 'ascertained the following It is almost beyond belief that tured are impossible, but instead boy, who was running a train on facts: and thousands, yea millions of those our beautiful mountain region the C. H..& D. Particulars not "What is your population?" he asked. Editor Saufley, of the Interior mammoth specimens of the bovine must become desolate water, worn learned. Remains will be brought "About two thousand." Journal, would have his readers species, being from one hundred and wasted in fertility, inaccessi- here for burrial. Robert "What is your principal industry?" believe that the recent Legislature to one hundred and fifty dollars ble to education aud civilization. "We have none, unless stores count." Mink is in Cincinnati for a few "Have you no factories?" was one of the greatest and best per head at three years of age. r14 days. Mt.Ve.mon, Ky, V. "None except' a tombstone maker." in the history ot the CommonSurely here is a Bananza, to "How is yourpopulation employed?" wealth. We agree that the State the Blue grass farmer with his "Well, we have nfty-twstores, nine LlVlNGgTON. I Aid Eill will ever be a living mon hundreds and thousands of broad hotels and restaurants, two newspay pers, one laundry, one photograph ument to the i9i4 session of the fertile acres as line as the sun Tor Infants and Children, Bill Moore will move his family and two banks." General Assembly, bnt when the shines upon. "You seem to have good railroad fato Pittsburg in a few days. Mr. The Kind You Have Always Bought time conies to inscribe high up cilities." We shall not undertake to esti and Mrs. S. E. Caater are- with Bears the "Yes, we have railroads running the name of those who helped to mate in tons nor train loads iis friends at Boston Ky. Mrs. T. Signature of north, south, east and west; twenty-si- x possible such a law, that the wealth of coal nor it millions of make passenger trains In and out every T. Omary, who has been very Reprename of Shelton Saufley, day and no end of freight trains." feet of lumber, nor its valuable sick for some time, is better. "What does the surrounding country sentative from Lincoln, will be resources in sand, shale and clay. THE MOLER BARBER COL Mrs. Buck Howard has a genuine produce?" we have been found wanting. If Kind readers indulge us, look case of small pox. J. il. Dicker, LEGE ot 2 E. 4th Ave. Cincin "Coal, timber, clay, stone, corn, correctly informed, by the time kindly on us, while we assume nati, Ohio, wauts men to learn wheat, tobaoeo, fruit and vegetables." son has small pox in Lincoln county pays back in taxes the role of prophet, and look way W. "What becomes of all these?" offer splenA. Warren has a position as Barber Trade. They the 5 cts. levy, provided for a head, at a picture that arises under term of "They are1 shipped to different parts a foreman over a gang of carpenters did inducements and short the country!" under this law, an amount equal before our vision. Behold, you "Has your town increased in popuover the K. C.JR.R, Tues- completes. They mail free a and left to what the county has received long range of "foot hills" of the lation?" day. W. A. Owens, the sweet beautiful catalogue and ask all our "Not muck im the paat twenty-fiv- e the pikes of on from the State Cumberland mountains known In singer of the Big Glades is con readers to send for it. years." that county, all the other counties Kentucky variance as "The ducting a singing school here "How are your young people emat A TEXAS WOJNDER. ' which have not been so fortunate knobs." Sae beyond them, arisployed?" the Baptfst church. G. W. Mar"They mostly drift away and get in past, will have good pikes too. ing in their majesty the forest- The Texas Wonder cures kidney C. J. Rice were in Cincin work in the cities." is alright and we believe covered peak, and plateaus and tin and and bladder troubles, removing Shelton "Has it never occurred- to you to Mrs. J. C. Monday. grauel, cures diabets, weak and start a few factories and keep them at tried to act for the best interest of still further in the dim hazy dis- nati, of Paris, has returned home all irregularities the state on most issues, but on tance the majestic ranges of the of the kidneys home?" a few days' visit with her "Yes, alter seen tried, and we at fell far out and in boty men and women. one time it haa oommercial club, whose the road question, he had a Cumberland mountains stretching daughter, Mrs. Alyin Carico. of line and we believe will see the up to the skj Beneath these Uncle Welk Mullins, of Cruise, Regulates bladder troubles iu aim It was toget some factories here, but they couldn't seem to do anymost im error of his way on that ' everlasting hills, lie undreamed of was here Wednesday on his return children. If not sold by your thing." druggist, will be sent by mail on portant question, before many millions of mineral wealth, too vast "What were the obstacles V home from London, Ky. When years have passed. "Well, some people were Induced to for the comprehension of the or- the first automobile passed over receipt of 81.00. One small bottle come here and found eheap land, cheap in two months treatment, nd seldinary mind. Big Hill, Uncle Welk is the one fuel, good shipping McCreary has signGovernor dom tails to perfect a cure. S.nd labor, and some ef facilities, but no the inquisitive ones ob- that called his wife and said: "Sis, Looking more closely we ed the State Aid Bill for roads and for testimonials from his and other asked about taxes, etc., and nothing it is now a law. With all its short- serve, scattered along the streams for God's sake come and see the states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 came of It." valleys, farms and farm August Peeler. W. M. Hicks has "What Is the trouble with your comings, the recent Legislature and Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. . Sold taxes?" houses, orchards and meadows, a sold his stock of goods to Emmet did one good act. With Governby Druggist. "Well, you see, we have the general property tax in Kentucky, and when ment and State aid Rockcastle will perfect picture cf rural life in the Quinn and Lee Mullins. Mart says now tnat he is out 01 the they were the have no excuse for building roads. hill country. Aye truly these KiCKAPOO WORM KILLER and found shownhad toassessors' lists they pay taxes on goods business. He will embark are Kentucky Homes. Let us begin now and be ready to EXPELS WORMS about seventy-fiv-e different kinds of start work at the very earliest 1 lift my eyes again and won- again on the sea of matrimony. fcThe cause of your child's ills property, and all at the same rate, they Mrs. Maggie Martin will open a ducked." moment, which could not be before derful to tell the majesty of intelliThe fout, feud, offensive breath "Is this true about the taxes?" gence has transformed these millinery shop. J. H. Owens is The starting up w.th terror and "Well, it is pretty near the facts 19 1 5, as the law does not become Bow- grinding of eeth while aslaep The city and county and state and until next year. But sparsely settled and imperfectly in very poor health. Ike tsueetive The sallow complexion nave to a and there is something for Rockcrstle tilled sections into a veritable man (Daniel Boone), ofnJackson circle under the eyes-A-re The dark j scnoois an a factory oe paid, te pay11 on all indi- - man starts he has county, was in onr town Monday paradise of Kentucky Homes. to do if we get the roads and it is Kickapop his machinery, his raw material and of worms. The log cabin has been con- and we think if there ever was a cations Killer is What your child finished goods; his cash and accounts up to us now, to get ready, do our Worm his build part and be ready to start when signed to duty as shelters for cat man that enjoyed life to the full needs; it expels the worms, the and, of course, on manyland and things, other is Ike. Don't forget that cause of the child's unhealthy con- ings, and a good tie and sheep, while beautiful extent it the way is opened. including his watch and stickpin, and, frame and brick dwelling dot the a peries of meetings will begin at dition. For the removal of seat, if he wants to educate his children, hi and The Courier Journal designates landscape. On the hill and moun- the Christian church, Saturday stomachKiller pin worms, Kickapoo must pay on the hooks and piano and gives sure relief. his horse and buggy and almost everyWorm ' those tain sides the plateaus and peaks evening, the 28th. Judge Sumas members of the "mob' Its laxatixe effect adds tone to the thing but his shirt, and the trouble Is, 250,000 signers of petition asking are orchards and vineyards, while mers has been on the sick list for weneral system. Supolied as a he never knows exactly what his taxes The tide in Rock- candy confection children like it will be. If he omits any of the seventy State of New York to cease its the air laden with the fragrance of a few days Harry Thaw. orchard and meadow is filled with castle river filled the Livingstou Safe and sure reliel. Guaranteed five things the legislature could think persecution of Price 25c. All of and the miscellaneous things he Other millions would sign such a bees humming, while they store Lumber Company's booms with Buy a box must think of himself, there Is the rev , gists or by mail. document if they were given the the precious sweets with which the logs and now they are running the Dick apoo Indian Med. Co. Phila- anue agent who gets a commission on K anything he can find, and then there it saw mill full blast J. A. Childopportunity notwithstanding they region abounds. the county equalization board, which delphia or St. Louis. The screech and screams of the ress and L- - G. Falin were in Mt. be consigned to the "mob" by the scrutinizes jis returns and adds what it llfees, and uien the state board ai R.Ward is on O. J; which shows its displeasure locomotive have been substituted Veman,Monday.-j?f ankfgrt lake's a whack at it and genby calling those papers that show for the scream of the panther and the sick list. Rice Walton has a erally raises the whole list, and It sim position with a company of govern, a feeling for humanity, as belong- the howl of the wolf. ply kegps eyerybipdy going who has Crossing and recrosging and ment surveyors in the south aud anything tp be '$axec.." ing to the "mob". The C. J. "Wfty" don't yow Change the tax usually displays a heartlessness paralel to the various railroads will leave in a few days to join !aw?" where it was better to do other and spurs of this region is a net the. The little son of Mr. and "Wel they pu the law relating to reyenue and taxation in the state conwork of mountain roads, ma Mrs,J.T. Qinarys, is very sickat wise. stitution, and it takes about five years cadamized or gravel with easy this writing. -- A present it looks to effect a change, and it Is hard to gei is a man in Kentucky grades reach various trade centers like winter, has called an extra If there the voters to understand the question. who honestly believes that Ruby where towns, villages yea cities session, which may last till some The last legislature passed an amendLaffoDn, the father of the Green-Glen- n have sprang up "in the night" as time up in the spring. Mr. G. D. ment and it will be voted on at the November (19 J3) flection, and If it is Insurance Bill has every con in the magic days of ''Arabian Cook is with her mother, Mrs. ratified the change will be made." sidered for a moment the interest nights" fame. "I lye In Pennsylvania, and every Jerome Lajr, at Mt, Vernon, this of the people, we would like to town in that 'state as large as yours Looking along the broad fertile week, Mrs, W, F. Atnyx and has factory of some kind, and many see what kind of a varment he is. valleys we see town after town daughter, Miss 0eorgift, are visitpf tjjem several; They employ the young nin and wpmen and keep them with church spires, and bell tow ing relatives in Paris and CincinDefeat should be written by the and fhe rapney they earn at borne. Bui ers of colleges and Graded Schools nati. Mrs. John Mullins after a voters for everyone of that bunch herg comes my fraJS. and all I can say glittering in the rays of the set weeks visit with her parents, Mr !?. you pepplp sbpHljj wake up, and II who helped pass the Glenn-Greeting sun. Yonder comes an and fcMrs. T. B. Lair, at Rcse, fout ax laws afp oppressive, change insurance bill, and just wait and them, aijd your state will blossom like p. B. Bron-neauto truck laden with the product has pejturned feome. " see how many of them fail to get tiie rose." of the farm to be distributed by her in our tftfle city, is one "Weil, gopd-bystranger. I Intend .the dose he deserves. to voje fop tftejunindment myself, and parcels post, to the consumer in of the most useful men vwe have mfty be pthers will do the same. It factory, shop and mine. seen. Be is a shoe maker afld can Old Kentucky pag'f b any wprse than the present Beloved State, "my own, my repair your sole an keep it in like iJ9mt $' I surely would up in to see some gmpkeataofts looming good condition. Ne&t, be is p. Dr. native land." these Shirt Stock parts. Farewell." Is this all,a dream? Is the pic- and if you will itake his medicine more FHQM REPORT OF KENTUCKY Kentuckiaus, friends, and fel- ture visionary impracticable, and he eon cm& your ills and help you to preserve you? bgajtfr, and last TAX REVISION COMMISSION, gentlemen. impossible? low citizens; ladies and complete Nay verily! it may be, it ought hut not least he is a prceher; and We greet you. We congratu "gft Ipflg Unless . if you mil heed his instructions V stat adheres to Hi late you, on the fact that our bien to be, it can be present systep at taxaUon fixed by The scene has shifted, I see you will be a goad man and die anial assembly is a thing of the slim or it we can ppnstitutlonal prpyislons, very will impose upon its citizens a past. "It might have been worse" anothee picture, which seemingly christian. So youjefhe can pre serioui jjandipsp in the competition with the was worse, when two war- has indellibly stamped itself on pare your soul for ths Greafc be It lUlxjtRf pf pjher states more favored ring factions, armed to the teeth, our civic life rendering us devoid yond. W. M. Pe.s)boa is in Bos fa their fax lairs, an$ must inevitably taste. Ipse both desirable population ' and disputed as to which was entitled of a political conscience. We ton on account ot the deflth of " mean by this that dark, benighted some ofhiselativ$.MsS Ella Git your Spring Shirts much needed capital." ' 4o theo5ces of the State We look back to the time and condition of our sense cf political Mae Blanford is visiting relatives nere, now, for CASTER. :the conflict, and the incidents right and wrong that leads us, in La Folette, Tenq. Mrs. L. H. MOLLYCODDLE .growing out of it with feelings men of all classes and conditions DavU is visiting relatives at Berea NHfewear LAXATIVES J. H. Walton, who has been akin to ahorrible.dreamiuestion-In- g to do almost anything while enHVrt Tuck tfc Urn very sick for some time ig slowly in our mind if it were really gaged in a political campaign. tatetUnftltwt, Mrs. Mjka Fanin, We call our political opponents improving. Tb97Jffif? Wft&edwnwd'up bus. "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY" so buf dfi&t flm tb ADPj 1UC (ca)ld y,,ff? wm a luWMort oil starUr. Time with its wonderf ul,power liars, thieves, swindlers, grafters who has been very sick for some dophylifit) Hr It srlpod fearfully, bnt brought out tat anything in the catalog of crime time remains about the same. and efface the bile. FodophyUla with tba gripe takea ito TieafTwqunds oat is bow to b had under the nm done, has wrought a marked wh,ile ,w,e ourselves are playing George Newland, of Stanford, was injury here Monday. Dr. W. J. Childchange but the ""scars ;resulting the same game. off- ress, of Hustonuille, was here SatNs use to blame ,it,on our from political butchery remains. icers our jlaw makers jthey are urday shaking hands with his old We speak advisedly in saying The Home of Good Clothes 'potiticii butchery", ihut dihere ours. We put ,fhem jin ,ope; friends. G. C: CrqmefB family to-da- our An Sand Hill had twb casds of is one thing more than andtber, by i they are ttie A: T, Feathers, sec- political system. Tflty know Small, potf: uffered, it has whichwe have - Jtibn foreman, has Been oh the been the game of politics as it the meanS timn1m7n To rinrmand sick list for a few days J. B Mar. 27. 1914 and .elect ttiOm, Priday, nate has been played. "With chanty for all and ma- so do we. If they belong to our rHavse, who has worked for the L. Published every Friday by lice toward none" we kindly drd'v side we condone, or indorse all & N. R.R. lor the past twenty-fiv- e EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, the veil of forgiveness over the they do if of the opposite party, years and who has been sick for a wronos committed by our mis we say they woo by trickery, lew days is able to be at his post agair. The writer is under many fraud and competition. $I.OO guided fellow citizens. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR In the meantime wrath remains obligations to Dr. W. T. Amyx-fo- r To return to our theme. "Our VlTPMHM YtnlNUIN QlPWAl OlVaiVU- W"J product of - . . "k . VI V -- V"L V7JSL " .' - " - t " .T7-.- t "' iCTaofti " ' . w mr. gg I WHAT AILS STATE Announcing OF KENTUCKY Traveler ' Asctrtained Facts About Ont .Community The New Typewriter XE y MODEL AN AMAZING ANNOUNCE The OLIVER No. 7 a typewriter of superexcellence, with automatic devices and refinements that mark the zenith of typewriter progress . A marvel of beauty, speed ,and easy action. Typewriting efficiency raised to the nth power. The OLIVER No. 7 embodies all previous Oliver innovations ard new devices never before seen on any typewriter. A leap in' advance which places The Oliver ten years ahead of its time . So smooth in action, so light to the touch, so easy to run, that experts are amazed. A model that means to the typist delightiul ease of operation . m (cti tl.it nans a higher standard of typewriting, longer and better service . The No. 7 is now on exhibit and sale at all Oliver Branches and Agencies thruout the UnitedStates . self-actin- OLIVER No. 7 g 5 CASTOR A o gal-ler- - &&& , his-famil- Mc-Guir- e, - Ve shall even continue m model lias more im- - penny. nts, refinements and new force our popular ro3 uses than vecan even enumerate purchase plan, the same as on previous Oliver models. here. : 1 '. v The OLIVER No. 7 equipped The "cushioned keyboard with with the famous Printype, if deanchor keys" and the new auto matic 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. the new machine before you buy me- any typewriter at any price. Note With all of these masterly chanical improvements we have us beauty, speed and easy action, made the machine more beautiful its wonderful automatic devices. and symmetrical. Prom every Try it on any work that is ever standpoint The OLIVER No. 7 done on typewriters. Try it on many kinds of work that no other attains superlative excellence. Nothing you could wish for has The new devices heen omitted refinem'ents, improvements and conveniences found on the No. 7 represent an enormous outlay ind vastly increase its value -- the brice has not been advanced one typewriter will do. fact that the typewriter that introduced such It is a significant epoch-makni- g innovations as visi- ble writing, Printype, etc, should be the first to introduce automatic methods of operation. The OLIVER Typewriter Co. Oliver Typewriter Building, CHICAGO. to-da- y. W. SPRING The Helping Hand you can most surely depend upon in time of trouble is your bank acBetter start to acquire a count big one by depositing what you have in The Bank of MtVernon- You'll Find the 1necessity of thinking before l wueu paying a great incentive to saviug. trouble comes what you have been prevented from frittering away will make a comfortable . 1 n r, itMy Home" SB? OUR mvtt stout f, m9 -- balance. - Whether vm ztt lityQitmimttyow than nsw The Bank of Mt. Vernon Ke?n County, California-Want- s Farmers Kern County has room for 200,000 settlers. This may seem impossible to jou but not so when you knowthatKern is as big as the whole State of Massachusetts. It is a wonderful county and hundreds are makirg good here. We have issued a beautiful booklet telling much about Kern County. This booklet will be sent to'you free, together with Easter -- beady tnWui !. mmm - a map of California and a copy of SUNSET MAGAZINE, the monthly guide of the homeseeker and settler, if you will send us'ten cents ,in stamps to help defray the cost ot mailing. SUNSET MACAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, Su Frocks, toBvnk V U a V. taammaOmmmm ... 'We staud by what CU 't-- j . --r- . I " MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mar. 27, 1914 buy ' A TRUE-MASO--- N A GODLY-- - "' MAN ;- - '.-- 79 cote wftti SIGNAL tip 'No. 7Q" wnen wan to Communis 79 JyLMJM Louisville & Nashvillc R. R. Co. TIME TABLE; 22 north 24 north 3 south 21 South am 12:19 am 11:43 4.59 p m 3:53 am Jas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as second-clas- s PERSONAL r Mrs. .T.T. Mjeadows is very sick a H with tonsilitis. II3V eo like their style, their fabrics and their individuality Edgar Mullins was home a few .. days this week. Can a man pbserve the Second ing horse for 2 10. o they understand how the values can be genuRoscoe Norton was in Glasgow You can get suited in your new Commandmenr, which is. like unto a any degree ignore ine a price much less last week on business. such clothes usually cost Spring suit at Fish's it you want the first, and in . the first? Or can a man "love his . .... Mrs. Margaret Grimes is at the newest and best. sss fellowman in the true sense of the i home from Lexington for a short Its easier for a man to make word," and not have the love of Of o visit. OOI money than it is to spend it to God in his heart? While we beSO OOlin Frank Longmire was here from the satisfaction of his wife. lieve that the majority of Masons 0CIS.. -e 9e Chester, Ten n., yesterday on busi00 For a good shave, hair cut, are Christians, we do not believe e- ness. new plan specialize this one suit is the suthat any man who is not a Christ 00. . ' Little Ruby Meadows has been shampo, massage, or tonic call on preme effort of their organization Otherwise the Cox & Wheeldon next door to post ian can be a Mason in the true Ooo.. very sick for past two weoks with office. sensefof the word, any more than 00..price would be $3 to $8 more rheumatism, following mSasles. sIts awful hard to love your a man who has not the love of God Luther Manis has bought Mat in his heart, is a Chiistian becaus 1 v All Fabrics, ail sizes, all styles Foure's property at Livingston neighbor as thyself if heeeps he happens to have his name enCO. will engage in business there. chickens while you are trying to rolled and Special models for young men on the book of some go-- . raise a garden. 9 Mrs. Henry, of Winchester, church. Round trip to Louisville 4.00 Miss Lula McCoy, is who was . While we do not say that every Come in our mirror tells the ..-and 30th, limited to Christian man can become a Maa homefolks here for a few April with . May 8th, account of Kentucky son, days. yet we do know that every OS.- member of the "Great Fraternity" Joe Childress was up from Liv- Educational Association. .. . ingston Tuesday to attend the Round trip to Louisville April who is not a Christian can become ofuneral of little Georgia Lang-for- 5th and dth and for morning train one. For the Great and Grand STAIMD BY YOU BUYM April 7th 84.io limited to April Master who is greater than 11 and W. H. Sowder was in Mt. Ver- 14th aoeount of Conference for above all says that ''Whosoever cometh unto Him, He will in no non Sunday between trains. Education in the South-Whe- n 9 wise cast .out." Billy is an applicant ior the Brod-hea- d vou,come to town drop in So you see no one ever petitionpost office. Cox& Wheeldon's barber shop at Miss Francis Sparks underwent next door to post office and get a ed Him in vain. If you are a meman operation at Paris, Tuesday, share or hair cut, Once you try ber cf this Great Fraiernity and flo-- . cnot a Christian, why not send in which we are glad to know was them you will ever, be a patron of your petition at once, be initated ea very successful. the shop thereafter, adv. a into the mysteries of that Grand Co The ten year old son of John R. Uncle Henry Fish died at Lex- Lodge above. Would 51III not the two S::::: Dotson of the Wildie section, died ington last Friday morning, of t i ., 1 222. IZ!.II!rzZZ..l!!z. ?.... ii Monday after suffering a week or the infirmities of old age. His in one make a line combination? ' The man who is a Christian man more with measles. remains were brought to Crab Or- and a Mason, we consider a per We are glad to see J. G. Ander- chard Saturday and laid to rest in1 fect man (as nearly as it is possi BEST FAMILY LAXATIVE Ballenger, Texas, an interpriz-in- g son who has been suffering with a the cemetery at that place with ble to tupt? jG963ecse3c9e3cGS38c96xge attain perfection in the Beware of constipation. Use town of the South West hearcrushed foot and ankle' for some honors of the Masonic order. flesh). Dr. King's New Life Pills and ing of Felix Bowman's rabbit fc-H- U-t time gradually improving. Conover A great improvement is being When Ben Adhem awoke and keep well: Mrs. Charles E. Smith sausage making has establisht a Earnest Thompson suffered made to the Mt. Vernon hotel by found the angel in his room, writFrandlin, Me., calls them , of West tlKvrt liTrwrK from Friday until Sunday very removing the front, OHIlD WUttlJSHS" "Out family laxative.' .Nothing factory in that place for making which was ing the Book of Gold, the names MT. VERNON, KY, which are better for adults of aged. Get sausage of intensely and the physicians added on two years ago. This of those who love the Lord and found by thousands in that por11 Frofl t Rooms over Baker's Store 25c. them Druggists tion of feared appendicitis. He is bet puts the building back in its origi- was told that his name was not in Phone 49-the Lone Star. Canned J or by mail. ter now. rabbit sausage, a la Bowman may nal shape which is much better in the list, he prayed that he be writ H. E. Bucklen L Co. Philadelphia soon be found in, grocery stores. or St. Louis. Mrs. J. W. Vanwinkle was op- every particular. ten as one who loves his fellow-- J erated on at Paris, Tuesday, for Jchny Niceley, .of the Burr sec- mai. Dr. John M. Williams cancer. So the next night, when the vis The room recently, occupied by tion, died last Friday after an illtelegraphed Mr. Vanwinkle that ness of several weeks of typhoid ion returned with the names of and EMBALMER George Owens, the moving picFIELD S EE the operation was successful. B B B ' ' Tlfll IIC3 IBBB fever and other complications. those whom love of God has blessture man, is being Mrs. C. C. Williams is much The burial took place Saturday, ed, lo, Ben Adhem's name led all a petition run through the center Farmers all over the state You can have bright better and that the real seat of her with the honors of the Odd Fel- the rest. and the front will be occupied by are taking advantage of the rfrT SASlS . y; ,rLi and beautiful Furniture, aTa, ggygpy-'We believe that Masonry is ditrouble has been found and is rap- lows' order. Jrk. W. Todd for a barber shop, while wholesale cash prices on field rected and upheld by the almighty idly being relieved, she feels that Floors, and Woodwork in the rear Chris Mullins will have seeds made by W. CARD OF THANKS hand of God, otherwise it could it will be only a short time until at small cost his cleaning and pressing of Lexington' Bnsh Nelson not have withstood 'the,many opshe will be able to return home. We wish to thank those good Ky. White to him for price ITdoesn'trequire any skill Fred Baker, who is at Livings- neighbors and friends who were positions which it has in times list and samples and save floors, etc., tooriginal beauton assisting in the business of so kind to assist us during the past, or be the power for good middle mans profit. ty. Simply use PEE GEE The George S. Griffin Co. is prov- recent illness of our loving little that it is and ever has been. O. C. combined Fellow soldiers once rode old j If this be the case, is not stain and varnish. ing himself, already a good mer- daughter and sister, Georgia. Cull on a rail, for some offense in ATTORNEY-AT-LAman as much out of chant, following in the footsteps the ranks. Cull said' if it was Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Langford You'llbe delighted with the place in its ranks as he would be MT. VERNON. KY. BUY YOUR LIMESTONE NOW not for the "honor" of the thing v fine results. Try acan today of his father, who is recognized as and children. it comes in 11 Natural he would as sood walk. in the church? one of the county's very best and On 2nd. floor o ' The reduced rate of $i.oo per "Wood Colors, White, Gold A daughter and sister of a TheBank of Mt. Vernon, on Churc OPENIN G! and Enamel. All sizes. most successful business men. ton for ground limestone on board street. Special attention 'given On Saturday, April 4th, 1914, I Mason. Miss Susie Thompson returned caisatMt. Vernon only holds FOR FLETCHER'S to collections. PEASLEE-- AULBERT CO. Mrs. .Abe EvAns, INCORPORATIO last week from Louisville, where will have my spring opening of until the middie of April. We are Phone No. 8o. I A. Livingston, Ky.- Manufacturers .LOUISVILLE. KY. she has been for the past month Millinery. Notions, etc., and would hoping for a slight reduction in studying the latest style in spring be glad to have you come in and TOR SALE BY the present freight rate of sixty see my stock of goods which you and summer headware. She will cents per ton, but Prof. Montgombe in charge of the millinery depart- will find complete in every detail. ery advises farmers to delay no $ $ Very respectfully yours, PEOPLES $ BANK $ $ ment for Sutton & McBee again Ky. longer but to get their orders in Mrs. G. S. Hiatt. tkis season. at once so they may be filled and the lime hauled home before the Little Georgia Langford, the will Show the LOCAL rush of spring work comes on. daughter of Mr. and the Blows ! See Prof, Montgomery for furthFoe Sa.e: Full black Minorca Mrs. J. S. Langford, died Monday, LIBERAL COMMISSION AND night alter a hard struggle of sevEggs. 50 cents per setting. SALARY to look, after our busi- er particulars. Berea Citizen. $ $ This industry is increasing and eral weeks against measles, pneu MRS. W.-R- . ness in your community. InterMcClrfkB, monia, followed by brain fever. Mt. Vernon, Ky. esting, dignified, healthful work. it will not be many years before 36 3t The burrial took place Tuesday in International. Magazine Company, train loads of this product will be the Wonderful Produce:- - Bring your produce Elmwpod .forwarded daily from Rockcastle cemetery. To the be11-- W. St., New York City. of every kfnd to W. R. McClure reaved parents we points. extend our 4Mt. Vernon and get the best prices Wc Meet You On The Level sympathy. in cash. Mch. 20-3and act on the square, when you The stockholders of the Electric come here for hardware." No mat- Notice: Just received a car light plant deserve much credit for ter whether you want a tew screws $ load of Bowker Fertilizer for farm their efforts in pushing the propo- or nails or a high-grad- e special and garden. None better, pi ice sition to a successful issne, and tool we allow no misrepresentation . right. ate being praised lor their enter- Buy here once and you'll - R. L. McFerron, get betprise and progressiveness. Un- ter hardware service at less cost Mch. 2o-Mt. Vernon, Ky. fortunately, $ likeevery other town than you ever got before,. to t!ie grocer all Eyery Banking Facility Notice: All parties holding we have a few groups wbo should c,..cox, claims against the Estate of A. M. toin in good works but prefer to sent you for'Royal Bak-" hammer " instead of boost. Opposite Court House, Bradley deceased, will present ing Powder. There is no subMt. Vernon, Ky. same to me properly proven. Al- However, the work will proceed, $ stitute for ROYAL. .Royalisapure, the Convenience of the People so those indebted to the estate notwithstanding the feeble knochs OF KOCKCASTLE COUNTY cream of tartar baking powder, and by those who could be in better BETHURUM-will please call and arrang LEWIS business than trying to tear dowu v;;lealthful: powders offereel as sub-Attorneys Law instead of building up. Stand-b- y Fred Bradley, fstitutearet made from alum.,- Mch?l-3- t, Admr.. A. M.Bradley, your town and assist iupusbing Offices 'in- - 'Bethbruni Bid?. $ " .' $ PEOPLES $ BANK . v .. Deceased. good .things along, v WiirpradRcetiaiair the .. Editor Masonic Home Journal 0M HHBuulK Louisville, Ky. Dear Editor: The home of Good Clothes Almost ever since I learned to . read I have been a constant reader BO... PUKE-SILneckwear for of the Masonic Homo Journal. Easter at Fish's. When a child, I was always de (Son Our mottn is to please Cox & lighted to get my father's Journal. Wheeldon, .theibarbers If a man is seasick it 'is natural And now my husband's Journal OA... is a welcome visitor in our home for nim to want the earth. and I wish to say that in the mean .. Be a busy bee. It is always time I have gleaned from its pages beiter to sting than to get stung. many valuable thoughts. It" you want the best Fertilizers At a banquet, given by Jackson .. buy the Globe from J. Fish & No. 731, there was a discussion as to the "Relation of Masonry to the 0Ot.. Son. Church." While it was generally Chris Mullins says he is in position now to dye and clean ior concluded that eaqh has a mission entirely its own, we feel impresssoeverybody. ed to give a few thoughts on the SSo. C9e. It frequently rains on the just subject. because the unjust has borrowed Taking for granted that each his umbrella. .. has a mission wholly its own, is James Lawience sold to Woods there so much difference in the ea Walker of Garrard, his fine .walk principles and aims of the two? K - ' :!!: ::::::::!::::r::::::;:'74;. .......... ....... j. ......;; ( Goocl9 Yes Crackm Good - ! '- - uppose someone gave you a Fish suit without any toarkof identity in it! You would wear it and enjoy it And when it was worn out you would say 'that was a cracking good suit," The point we niake is this : S' " 9 a a -- 0 3 a o S9 O Fisb's $15 Clothes scare some men because the price is only $15. (jThey can't than I3Q 93 so w 0. 5 but at There is no mystery about the low price, The makers have adopted a They 0. 90. Sr 28-291- I1 truth Easter Fixings Are Ready For You "WE WHAT d. . a -. .iii.ii .......!!!... (llaltoeitst(iioioa6iieiiaoaiiot(ii nw. THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES i;;;.;..;.::;.!;;;!:!:.;:;!!:!!!; PH Dentist jack-rabbit- s, to-da- cayaj J. C. McCLARY r MM over-haule- d, ym g Stanford, Ky. an'un-regenerat- ed Williams, W, . G Children Cry CAS TO R JOHN ROBINS Brodhead, A Straw five-year-o- ld Wind Way Have you; Noticed Growth ofthe t. $ PEOPLES BANE there's a reason. No Substitutes 3t SAFE AND SOLID a RETURN AMPLE RESOURCES For at Use Us -- . ).-- ; Courts. $ f Wi 1 - .' zjn.nu . .- .- i v. .1 v mgtUUimib SSfifHtttflf0Qjg9BkflKHMiHBBiu' t GEORGE WESTINGHOUSE The-deat- H,0 e, PE WELL -- of Geprge annovmciedyesjerday, clos. Mt. Vernon . 5&.VfefnoD Ky. ed a career varied and romant c i its contracts and in its activities. His record is the rPcord of a life of jrreat service to humanity. Romance is supposed to adhere thirty-nin- e. is Phone only to the stage or to '.literature, and 7 clock open shop and to dwell only in the haunts of 'the young and the idle. open shop till 9 orclock It is not so. The most romantic Feel It Heal. of all careers not even excepting 'XVhca vnu rmmltnr T n.rn- ,.. -- .1. .. are cordially welcome in our the careers of the warriors are brat. It Mocihea and m'wanHthmm annoy, QtetcaJts. "rawmpowy-may- M the careers of the great inventors ..place time during our shop iiisVJ Onany'B wjy of sayinc If, tfler the great and great organizers, penencev Can you " It better! cii "'. Can lhnmn.1 j to sell you hours. discoverers, navigators, the inen r "7 "" i... . Jtokill2w,yu,7lm01 " lights and who followed hidden A Picture ot both Granny and tha oh my anything yon BUara on ercry GENUINE bottle ot heard fairy voices beckoning them Bell's you i how we vdo like to sell you on by new paths to new worlds George Stephenson,, born amid 35 Cents. M Cents. show you- Let J1.00 ,do the coal mines of England, labor "TtHBj The fell" ing when five years old to contribute to the support of his family, C getting what education he bad in hours that should have been de- RESOLUTIONS OP RESPECT Vernon voted to rest. ' opened a new Mt. Vernon Lodge No. 319 world, not only for England, but I. O.O. P. for all mankind. Heaveuly Whereas: Our Westinghonse invented, when a father in His infinite wisdom has e lad of fifteen, a rotary engine, ,and taken from our midst, our brother. m sr perfected in his early twenties Johny Niceley who departed this the air brake. He cound not get life March 20th 1914, be it a hearing from one ot the ablest railroad managers of the day. e First: That tnis Lodge has was rediculed by practical men lost a true and faithfnl brother; and brushed aside as a crank. He the family a fathful and devoted was refused a hearing by Comeil husband and father and the com ius Vanderbilt, but he gained one .munity a just and upright citizeu from the Pennsylvania railroad bECOND: That this Lodge ex AiJ Fr Tkree Summers Mrs. Vin- - believe 1 wouU have died if I hadn't Then when he was summoned by tend to the bereaved, farailv their taken it. the New York Central managers deepest sympathy and commend celt Wit Uiable to Attend to After I began! taking Cardui, I was to come to New York to explain them to Him who always knows greatly helped, and all three bottles re- his invention, he Aiy tf Her, Housework replied that lie best. lieved me entirely. was too busy and that the manaThird: That a copy of thee I fattened up, and grew so much gers of the road, who were inter- resolutions be sent to the bereavPleasant Hill, N. C. "I suffered for stronger in three months, I felt like an- ested in his air brake, would have ed family, a page of our minute three summers." writes Mrs. Walter other person alfogether." to come to his office to investigate book be aside and a copv Vincent, of tfus town, i(and the third and Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. it . That air brake has revolution spread thereon and a copy sent to last time, was my worst. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic ized the railroad business, made Mt.'Vernon Signal forpublieation. I had dreaafuTnervous headaches and possible trains that before were W. A Cox, effect, on the wnnanly constitution. ) prostration, and was scarcely able to impossible; made it possible, mote-ove- S. T. Proctor, Committee. Cardui makes for increased strength, walk about. Could not do any of my Geo. Owens ) to insue safety. improves the appetite, tones up the nerhousework. One of his great achievements vous system, awd helps to make pale, I I also had dreadful pains in my back was piping natural gas into Pitts Sta'e of Ohio, city of Toledo. sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. J ss Sucas County, and sides and when one of those weak, burg trom fields forty miles away. Cardui has helped more than a million Frank J. Cheney makes oath sinking spells would come on me, 1 1885, it is said, he that he is weak women, during the past 50 years. In May, senior partner of the would have to give up and lie down, It will surely Co for you, what it has formed a company, and needed six firm of F. J. Cheney & Co dning until it wore off. million dollars to carry out his business in the City of Toledo, done for them. Try Cardui today. I was certainly in a dreadful state of plans. He opened his subscrip- County and State aforesaid, and Write to: Chattaswoca Medicine Co., Ladles' that health, when I finally decided to try Chattwooja, Tenn.. for Special ln- - tion books after explaining his One said firm will pay the sum of Hundred Dollars for .each Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Treatment for Woorm." sent in plain wrapper. 5 devices and got no response. ana every case ot uatarrh ,tnat Then, by personal solicitation he cannot be cured by the use of inspired confidence in his plans Hall's Catarrh Cure ' FR'ANK J CHENEY. and got the money needed. It Sworn to before me and subR made a fortune for every oue who scribed in my presence, this went into it, says the Cincinnati day of December, A. D. 18S6. 6th i Enquirer and by cheapening fuel A. W. GLEASON, fSeal) Our line of JCouch JCasketa it gave a great impetus to the Notary Public. is unexcelled Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inmanufacturing industries of PittsHand-mad- e Ooffinsfurnished ternally and acts directly upon burg. the blood aid mucous surfaces of Mr. Westinghouse worked with of the system. Send for Hearse sen! to all parts of testiprodigious power and industry monials, free. h$ County He received great rewards; but if F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, All orders by Wire Promptly' Filled these were multipled ten timeB unto, ooie oy an uruggists, 75c. they would be insignificant com- Take Hairs Family Pills for m pared to the benefits he has conferred upon mankind; compared '.Bjj MT. VERNON, KY Phone 94-to the money making and money-savin- g FOR FLETCHER'S results of his great inventions, which results have been distributed ali over the world. It is not fortunes Jike that ofi Westinghouse, which Gom3s from h own labors, which follow the Jfa? !h$ 8n!r H9l cqntfoupm. s ice ess of his measures forre-d- u fe.9F eppnjpg, class of business men can be found the -H89p Eisds pf teed SfeeJ, ng dangers to life, for multiHpopa can b$ BA'usted frqrn fed. world over, who does investigate a propo- plying the efficiency of individual cjer fr9nt fopr rjms, activities, and so making all labor Doors m&ds of California Rod before forming opinion, no sition woo4.J,Tht W)od EterpuJ." the labor of all men, more produThe our firfnrv otiu. be, and we ctiveit is not such fortunes l3Wrt freight fromlocation tooffactory, and from fao question or proposition milk to'ygu, Gtl tUHr Silo and Save mttityby wnqng us tor catalog and Anierican people naturally stand against all against which come popular pro- fw kUUlSVJU.R WW AND prfces, CO. TANK test, but fortunes due to greed, to kinds of businesss propositions until we &r cunning, to the dishonest absorp- 0. ItltlOD f. Incorporated) mmw thoroughly convinced, per cent of the tion pf the labors of other men. fcas.CSDayis DRUGS No. (39) at o' Chas.C. Davis Westing-hous- i-- My run We am p. m is visitingyher son Willie, at Lillys There wjisgreat excitement in this J?aj Jast week, by some means ,the' woods were set on fire ', and was going at fullk 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 ta tVtj.'il Ms. ,fr CniiJv-"f.r;- . k&rah fcLanks n i ot this nls?e v 'H Tt ASTOHIA For Infants and Children. t--XI the Kind You Have Yqu Plae-Tir-Hn- atany don't want, but, what us want We don't want . "-- PINE-TAR-HON- ir. EY CHAS Mt. DAVIS Ky. a COULD SCARCELY f-- WALK ABOUT Charlie Carmicles fence was burn ed. After an illness of two months, Mr. John Niceley aged twenty two years, died of fever and heart trouble. John was a member of the Christian church and was also a member of the Udd lellows. He leaves beside a wife and two small children an Bged father and mother, two sis ters and two brothers to mourn the loss of a Christian husband and father. John was in the bloom of life, and not a better and upright, hard working man than John could be found, but while that is the case we all are aware of the fact that the 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 Renn?r and Miss Mary. flood were married Suuday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Doan. Rev. Chas. Carmicle performed the ceremony. Mrs. Mollie Kirby and Miss Bertha. Carmicle attended the burial of Mr. John Niceley. Married Marce 21st, Mr. Harry Miss Mary Childress. Owens to May their life be full of sunshine and ther troubles few. 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Send Subscriptions to it'-Z&I,--V I or St. Louis. IrV. & r itfiDBR-TAKB- MARUTBURG. Mrs. A. B. Sams has about recovered from a .severe attack of measles and Pneumonia. Little Virginia Marshbanks has heeu quit sick for the p st few days. Miss Ethel Roberts visited friends in Brodhead iast weaic. Mrs. Berf Owens surprised jher Father the 16th with a nice birthday dinner. Mrs. Sam Roberts and Miss Cora Young visited in Brodhead week. Wiley last Owens was iu Maretburg Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Owens, are rejoicing ovr the arrival of a fine baby bov on the 17th. Miss Ethel Roberts Visited Miss "Ethel Owens Saiur-djl-- y night, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Albrfght; vjsited Mr. and Mrs. J. I. McCall Sunday. m -- .. Kt:auuv xi al.; iHfVWaiit;, . i. f. ' ; JJlSWt'rti.Vklarifii ;&? st iti7x-- Ji 1" - dab2 tai. rr .. ar ' . t- SIGNAL JjSSiifAFTS iiT ! llj l'MI.' ..r.i v',-- Uw!.J ttSSft SS?1S . ; St!SSSSSS!S!S!a2SS A W. A. COX,! Wholesale House of Chicago S Children Cry Said the best advertisement for a General Store is to advertise every week in your local paper The Ideal and Succesful Way No not an may J. E. Mitchell, of . Pine Hill, Ky. Says the best way do just like , matter what g. the y 'driven reas mm "ij.ti jf ' MUioni Ont Lene Germ r.' 1V" A tor or rat Uti th rtn Under Us tkln. t TOU don't Stop IU ret4laif there will om handing the goods out he he can advertise is to is doing Just keep CHEAP FOR CASH ,i s r ' but 92 la fw business and professional men of are con convinced that it is strictly against good business policies fcxever attempt to go through life unprotected andhave shown forth their opinion by their quick action they have taken Now, just a. worn-tyou parents, you should advise the rypung men to take out Insurance on their life early Sweethearts . should demand it of the yourigmari who seeks her heart and hand in marriage: THE COMMONWEALTH to-d- ay -- Antiseptic Salve; It stops the breeding at one. It keeps awarall other germs. It soothes and heals a sure as. 70U use It. A tSC box will prsrent hundreds' ot dollars ot trouble. . of th BrttHnr With OH. BULL'S dr THE GREEN FRONT 222 J ?. "Tall It Br The Ball" o SwhIl, "? 3 fkeHt promFoM Healthy, disease! iroof . iimtu jlb'.MRrMeM V It best for PHt. tit. &c, $i, fifiO; tflb. pail ijJO wt frfnja and jrvoog ock. -- wjflapeaa"to show you the most local agent, Sageoug jpticies through-thei- r CHA5 Q DAVIS, TheflDruggist, Mt Vernon, Ky iVSE" Lm1iISipANCE CO of Louisville, Ky rheumat10 vn, jZffli vmtmw. HOUU m F Hotel mmmmhm iyjsyiLLg? fir.-Drpo- fc PEDIGREE Anxiejy Ppy. Hprefpffi gull, calved Sept, 24, I912, Breeds jS H. Gibson, SpmeFset, Ky., Sue British .Baron No. a$?54. J)am , Fem.NP 1490QR. Owned by John W. Hilton, Sine H11, Ky., widre he will malfe the season ot i94. at ; $1.00 at the gate, -- Selz Shoes THE ? Ej MCKENZIE LLS $ . 5 "J . "RGYAL BLUE" . For - mil 9omm .4 'J' flvw rH Rheumaiisiii ff -- of Jjotetw,.'?. itM.'i . ","'' Abeolutaly i tuated fnh venr Pf.'rt ffot remhtep&ng mtnam Dearaun eineaifef,) J& ;- -j &slBipli?D? J. rasyt John Mar. l3-3- t, W. Hilton, i 'BlneHilJrKjr. OUGpS CURED I F youneed a good pair of shoesjt " wMrMiW3 mfwtft V. . ff!StiW. B I ijjso sjr 3WA(f9.?5fiiiPi nsesmr tjancwc. mt Si. 00. Alwcll)Ht A ( carte f risMaa- e- ST,UBBOBNrAJN NOTING rUtMcstterp Kcitaurvflt. Oh Mv husband had a cougfR 'f cjr completely (jredhero, for wnich 1 am most' thankful, ' writes Mrs. David Mopr.of Saginaw, Ala. What Dr. Kina NejJDlscovery did for"?h"ese man, it will do for New Discovery vou. 'Drr-Kiuevery home? ttppsip should be in hacking coughs, relieves Jagrippa and all throat and. June --'ailments Money hack if t fails. All. drug; gs " 1 is to your interest to examine the . Selz line, before you buy fro;3L3A.PJ' tP I ' i jM MSIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE And don't 4- criaTira r.nitx lari AND KIDNEY oilrriA TWW&WLmW: KUUM' PUCES i"tfCSfJpaW water mnd . r. WtmftrW&im $lper day vV jUrpMvate bath 51.50' , r. mw, r years., .uKJng'nwpiscQxery rifteen.y'oara: iandsmyson-for- - gfgt s. m w S JWS rivivn r WeKEPeiE PRICE PAID have to grease - I "-SfflSw.- j)l,icfty n wwm MT. VERNON, KY o MmV -- but once a week. 4 vJJn-Xwitifck- x(y wtruc 1WMHH E.HrHTv MARKET AND HIDES nw FUR&AiHriES . HMBr MmrrMcwjMHir t y byCHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Lexington, Ky. -- , - WKHMCk.:- 1 jwybejuweIcoBiafuest. - and Dackasrea addrestet fior - kvt. Vit. H:ll1 Vnn Jj. gistsr Price 50c. ana H.-wE- t. n&t.oo. on mwiiatina. wnm HH iNMnVnf Wt J. rmmkj3nimimi t gKOBERT-J- . .JONMa M4B. . BHcklen, or St. touis. JOHN WHITE4 COi louisvilleky. vyftMl - ics;, 'icw II- k'i.6t -'- - id 5,