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ITS PUBLIC SPIRIT There aro. f ow things that cheer and inspirq a new comer to a tovyn as much a's "Its Public Spirit."" We have seen somo leaders of inMODEI-Tl- ie AN .AMAZING ANNOUNCE dustries prow rich in sleepy and OLIVER Np. 7 a typewriter of. superexcellence, unprogressivo towns and after with 'automatic devices and reiiuemcnta thai' mark the zenith their money has been made, they of typewriter progress. A niarVel.of beauty, speed ,and easy have moved away into more and public spirited ction. Typownting efficiency raised to the nth power. centers. . We' ' have seen other Tilie OLIVER No. 7 embodiesnll previous Oliver has been cities,'wliose ambition devices never before seen on any notJbnly" to promote business, but typewriter.' A'leap iii advance which places The Oliver ten tov&Eora aitrauuve aim iieuitu- years ahead of its time. So Bnlifoth Junction) ' eoiligbt to the fal'homes and educational and re touch, so easy to run, that $XpWniRzea!v A model that creational facilities, and when in dustrial leaders and other busimeans to the typist delighliulcwbfpperation . nessmen have secured for model that nieaiiB a higher standard of typewriting, incomes they V , longer and better ervij it an honor as well havecounted - The No. 7isHa.wu jou exlhbjt aud sale, vat' all Oliver as a' pleasure to setde dovvn'and spend tho remainder of their lives States. Branches aud Ageiitcios thruoutthe-tJhitewhere they have in the towns ''. made their money. "Good business facilities will draw people, . fipb but only public spirit and attractive surroundings will hold them after they have secured a busian income ness that produces By AnnoU ncMg': The New Typewriter OLIVER No. - .4 rj J WE pro-gressiv- e ' As a city, Hamilton ap .predates, lishmjents' In view- of Winches commercial club, (tho legislates and privities for its In- ter'spive largesj; in tho State, outside of stitutions. It public Louisville, it is claimed) we are spirited city. Another evidence not surprised that its manufac of this is that in Uss than four months, the peopl'6'bf Hamilton- - tures aro so varied and extensive. What of Rockcastle's future? donated $225,000i!6r;publtc entercitizens wil bMirtg forr tho Y. Are its progressive prises, $150,000 litfg to band themselves together M C. A.y which bjifi membership largor than any citfln tho U. S. not only in the interest of develof twice the slzepf Hamilton. oping its material resources, but V' Hamilton was tho Xfrst American also in the interest of makinc it n. city to establish ;and. operate all. place of increasing attractiveness to' live?' We have confidence in ij public utilities. What Another public'apirited and Rockcastle. v leaders. other counties havo.dbne Rockcas progressive Ohio,'jcltv, And one tle can do. We are told that that has faith in its own peol,peand institutions is Tjoledo. Here is Rockcastle was tho first of the the Toledlan's Cled, which is ten counties in the State to be se seen posted in theirs, shops and lected to receive State aid in the organization and management of and stores of Tolcftfor, isrulya "; s::::::s!:ss!!!:!ss!S!!:!ss ::::: I AYo m NS :::::::::::::r:::::::::::::::::::::f ::!:M!i:M't :::!;;js:::i Mmm ji M tor you ? III . mrm mm IJIL "D . ts girls' canning clubs this year. I BELIEVE Ilfe.OLiSDt), the Why not take the lead in some City of REAL "ALUESthe other good causes? We can do it, Nations natural nkeway if wewill. theiiqart of great resources ami? marlceta with unsurpassed rainfty, dockland harbdr facilities',' and "the .near centre of popiilatiolj.of the United States. I belfeve 1& Toledo, the City of REAL OPPORTUNITIES witn its greao tnaatutioas of art, education, relfgionyind' business: a d Mrs Cora Wilson Stewart Originator of Moonlight Schools Being interested in everything that tends to the upbuilding of our town aud county interests, our Commercial Club, thru its secretary, wrote the originator of ,- -. .. tncir I 'rggtitt!"1?? key-board "Going Concern 'in industry, government audwjjjial uplift, a sufficient for them to live Home city with restjand Tecreation il'they so desire. for all, by riveragof'iake; where it The South may truly boast of Moonlight Schools in Rowan its unrivalled hospitality, and its is worth while to j(tfe, Tear child- county asking for information oq and fcfe, I ren, invest monej home loving instinct. we wish believe in ToledOt the City of the subject. Mrs. Stewart jwas that we might truly say that the South were as free from prejudice REAL PROGRESS, -- modern in Superintendent of schools for'two during that period es and as public spirited as the. municipal, equipment' and spirit, terms and sq West. Wohave previously made aggressive iucomnircial activity tablished "Moonlight" schools, called because held at night and' inspiring editoial mention of Los Arigeles. and achievement, b.i attended when the moon wish hero only' to note that a visions aqd 'pliinsjor tomorrow, could and shown, at the various school bousfew years ago when the city and a big chance foevery man." tqnisyilie To- es, most of the teachers volunteerAfter reading a bond issue of voted, upon 'large p.h$f we'll gotten ing their services. The purpose three and, one half million dollars day," the was to teach every person in ihe for the purpose of constructing1 a up booklet jsp&i''. 'the Louisville CommerciaJ wlb, Jwe cannot county, no matter of what ge, to. comple system of macadamized issue was not but feel that:thei&ouhJB club read and write. The u'udertakine roads, the bond has more im- pcYmy. vVo shall oven continue in only carried but was carried by a js muclxcJoputfh;ited,a,nd was a success beyond expect The uew model Mapytqdens. between less'selfiBliBJyLouisyille vote of six to one. provements, refinements aud hew force our", popular ere press,, as judaedJKVBfiSipws-- ' iisosthftii vocan even enumerate purchase splan.the. .Same as on rToofrequentlyJnemallei; ""; ' our votes- aro Iinuuuncuu uy paper muackstwr we .proposed ra Xlfl 'i 'jr Fpravious 'Oliver models. ' towns is no shows that now bin 83 persons in interest. Boone High Way. There The OLIVER No. 7 equipped prejudice and selfish with The ''cushioned For instance, there is a time in denying of the fact that, during that county are nnahlo to read and de-- ' anchor hoys" and the now auto- with the famous Printypo, if the life of all growing towns, tho last ten years, Louisville has write; there hoing some i200 or matic features mean less work for sired, without extra charge. of iuture shown remarkable' public spirit, more before the work was underwhen, in the interest You owe it to yourself to see the hauds. less strain on the eyes, growth and prosperity, certain in providing most generously for taken. leso manual and mental effort. tho new machine before you buy municipal or town ordinances, the needs, comforts Mrs. .Stewart is now on a lecand enjoyany typewriter at any price. Noto (such as a stock law requiring ment of its citizens. The present ture tour of the. State. She lecWith nil of tese masterly improvements wo havo its beauty, speed and easy action, people to keep their live stock off' fine library system, consisting of a tured at Danville Monday evening made the machine moro beautiful its wonderful automatic devices. tho street,) must bo passed. At main library and eight branches last Many people thruout the sate, and symmetrical. From overy Try it on any work that is ever such times there are often those represents an expenditure of more standpoint The OLIVER No. 7 done ou typewriters. Try it on who not only oppose ordinances than $1,000,000, nnd is a credit favor the movement to nominate many kinds of work that no other made in the interest of the future to the literary taste and public and elect this great educator for attains superlative excellence. typewriter will do. of the town, and for the good of spirit of many of Louisville's, citi- the position of State SuperintenNothing you could wish for lias significant fact that the tho greatest number of citizens zens, as well as to Andrew Carne dent of Schools. It is a been omitted. The new devices' Bolow is copy of reply to Comrefinements, improvements and typewriter that ihtroduced such but who even show an antagonis gie. mercial Club's lotter under date as visi tic and resentful spirit toward the innovations We are told by a competent conveniences found on the No. 7 represent an enormous outlay ble writing, Printypo, etc., should members of the town board mak- authority that the new $r,t!00,000, of Louisville, Ky., March 24th City Hospital of Louisville, in iqi4: and vastly increase its value -- the be tho first to introduce automatic ing the ordinance. When Rockcastle County voted point of arrangement and design, Dear Mr. Maret: methods of operation. price has not been advanced one It seems very unfortunate that on the good roads question more is unexcelled in tho country. The than a year ago, in our judgment isolation ward, according to Dr. such good letters as yours should the bond issue was defeated not J. Y, Brown, an eminent St. have to wait so long for a reply, CHICAGO. because there wore not suf- Louis surgeon, and former super- but I have been traveling over the Oliver Typewriter Building, ficient number in Rockcastle intendent of tho St. Louis City State and since have beeu ill and who behoved in good roadB, but Hospital, is a wonder as regards this is my first opportunity tp re because many voters were so lack- the manner in whloh a child with ply. I appreciate your interest ing in public spirit that they al- the measles can be prevented sincerely. Replying to your question will lowed prejudice and petty jealous- from contracting dipthoriaor kind and another to other diseases. Here is an insti say that tho only pamphlet now ies of one determine their way of voting. tution where the poor of the city issued is that of tho United States We do not think that such a thing may obtain the best treatment Bureau of Education Bulletin No. XEm f would occur again. under tho most favorable condit- 20. I shall have a book out on Of late we have been in corres- ions. We are confident that the the subject in the early summer pondence with a number oi cities money has been well spent, and ontitled "His Mark" aud dealing through their various Chambers wo believe that Louisville has set with the blighting power of illiterof Commerce or Commercial Clubs the pace along this lino; for other acy and the remedy for it. It is ontirely possible to conand regret that laok of space fort American cities. bids a detailed discussion of the While manvcitioa.in tho U. S. duct this work in " any county. public spirited enterprises of all boast of their beautiful parks, in We shall soon have organized a these cities. point of natural beauty, Cherokee Kentucky Illiteracy Commission ago, we were Park of Louisville surpasses that for the organization of tho entire Some months passing thru the city of Hamilton, of any other city on the conti- State for moonlight schools. I feel that we can count on you and Ohio, and, as the train pulled into nent. you can most surely depend upon the station, our attention was In our judgment the Louisville tho Mt. Vernon Commercial Club drawn to a largo, and attractively Commercial Club deserves special to see that your section comos to in time of trouble is your bank acpainted sign board, bearing tne commendation for its interest and. the front in this matter. Better start to acquire a Thanking you for your interest count "HAMILTON, OHIO activity in educational and agriwords: andencouragemont and congratu LEADS IN MANUFACTURING. cultural work thruout the State. big one by depositing what you have FREE FACTORY SITES In tho intorest of rural school lating vou upon the evidencos of in WRITE THE CHAMBERS OF improvement, . its .Educational intelligent boosting of your section vhich I see on your envelope COMMERCE. GROWTH tftf Committee has spent $3,00.0, "You'll Find tho necessity of "thinking before POPULATION and 6 guarantee fund of $1,500 and letterhead, I am PER CENT. paying a great Incentive to saving. Vhen Yours sincerely, followed the direc- was made by the club and tho 45,279." We trouble conies what you have been prevented CORA WILSON STEWART. on the sign board, wrote the Publicity Leaguo to secure the will make a comfortable tions from frittering away Chamber of Commerce, and re- Kentucky Educational Associabalance. SPRING LAXATIVE AND interesting literature, tion for Louisville. ceived BLOOD CLEANSER of Mt. which convinced us that HamilAmong the most progressive Flush out the accumulated waste ton was what it claimed to be, "A and public spirited of Kentucky's and poisons of the winter months; proven city, with a proposition." smaller cities is Winchester, a cleans your stomach, liver and We were not so much impressed city that is rapidly pushing to tho kldnovs ol all impurities. Take by the fact that Hamilton had front. Here is a city that wants tDr. Kfng's New Lite Pills; noth woou uuiuuiuun imgu tuuiuiica, ur IMIHI more factories and more good citi- ,fng better for puruyJngtne HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID mxauvu. Mild. FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES nun til uiuuc ou :i t'Jiiu ui 1110 zens and It is getting' them both. Wjl! lot j)r!e Cnres constipation. 25c, at your Wool on Corfimlwlon. world's safes, but by the fact that The city has a standing offer of Druggist. nil mentioning inn ao. most of the city's great institu- five years' exemption nKWwIViBl&r from taxBucklen's Arnica Salvo for All Established 1887 tions started in Hamilton small. ation for all manufacturing ostab- - Hurts. J0hfoHITE&CO. else-wer- e -. -- ::::: t ' U s &' 1 Ul IIUI( .sh0 At 1 , .? Mt1,WJ1'g'J!BifgJ!lL ' r V The Stores that do the Business r I II II m'lm 'v. 11 17 iJrl HWFIK J5W-il,- Retail Dealers with Wholesale Prices sesdeaO0oaeoGeaaaaeesee9QeesA0feaa)a DRY GOODS '; Wf m itristrrtst?:::::::::::; NOTIONS FURNISHINGS CLOTHING HATS & CAPS GROCERIES 0tSo0tta . FURNITURE CARPETS opoch-makni- g SHOES & SHOES & SHOES ( The OLIVER Typewriter Co. HARDWARE American FENCE BARB WIRE PROVISIONS TOBACCOS WINDOW GLASS SALT FERTILIZER STONE WARE se($ir " The Helping Hand 1 PAINTS & OILS Doors and Windows MACHINE OILS SCREEN DOORS QUEENSWARE SCREEN WIRE ENAMELWARE WAGONS CULTIVATORS TINWARE PLOWS STOVES AND FARMING TOOLS RANGES HARNESS and BUILDING PAPER SADDLES ROOFING The Bank of Mt. Vernon FLOUR & FEED U. G. Manager MT. VERNON The Bank Vernon GEO. S. Manager LIVINGSTON FURS 1,1' AND HIDES Baker Griffin non-enpin- z MmSmi JA"htttfJn b rxrtSO-pi-4u- U tfi . - ION SIGNAL Carlton( twenty .pril 3. t9'4 by Ft iday BAR .BRIGHT. $I.OO hade known on Won )KROF ASSOCIATION InsurGleen Green a good law or a nan may be, who ha bery. expression from our Courtlry Life Conference. for or editorially, A Country Life Conference is to Et wait until the matbe held in Louisville, April 7lto ed and watch the io, to be participated in by fain fal howl "I toU you ers, business men and others who are interested in rural uplift. In tile coming conforenco at majority lark and Ivood made a Louisville the farmers will be told havo opposinp Wilson't something about the benefits of M tolls in the handling of repeal bill. relegated .to back farm products, such as poultry, lessuian bhorley, 01 eggs, vegetables, fruits; in the tins largely upon the breeding and selling of livestock; in the operation of creameries and I. iu other ways. Some of the leadsays he feels hit. ers in such movements wili attend iand may yet decide the conference and will recite their e lor uongress. experiences for the benefit of those the votors say who are seeking information. change when tbej There will be discussions of vars the last time, two ious matters affecting rural life, such as roads, churches, schools Who is Wilson? Ask sanitary iniprovemonts and social conditions. Jrk or Underwood. This conference is merely a conTOTHEBAPflSr OF ROCK tinuation of the anuuul meetings which have been held for many CASTLE COUNTY Sunday April 12th has been set years under tne title "The Conapart as Missionary day in all the ference for Education in the Baptist Sunday Schools of the South." This f?ct stamps theg ineet-inSouth land and as representative gathering at Louisville as a importance and of nation-widof the Mission Board of Rockcasscope and value as tle Association I am appealing to one of such you receive largest Kentuckians not often are privimakleading Styles of the the Twenty Seven Hundred Bapdegree of value of are tist f our Association to make a leged to attend. ers because we Wo hope that as many as possi special effort to makfc as liberal broad definition of of the pnblicspirited citizens. of exa uq offering as thev possibly v in ble .T' 7 some of of Ho :kc stir vill attend this ctn cost-val- ue service-valu- e on time aay. vvo also invito our some tfie conservative vention. Rates to Louisvillowill friends who are not members satisfaction-valu- e, all combined. be ou for the occasionnf our churches or Sunday schools The people will not only be to aid in this noble work -- Statistics told how to do things they will show that more than one miland conservative, exists in lion foreigners come to our coun-- be shown how. President Wilson was invited to; broad-value-wtty every year, we are trying to here for and we give every one of them a copy of be present at this conference, but declined the invitation on acearly season buyer derives The Bible printed in their own has count of pressing duties at Washlanguage, besides, the opening of service ington. He said that the temptathe Panama Canal necesitates our offsets served well we in late sending Missionaries to that field tion to accept was great inasmuch as he considered the meeting one do heroic unless our brethren Styles be uncomfortaseason to look the greatest importance and work we will not be ablo to meet of cannot afford to miss You please. ble for or three or all of our obligations some of our this opportunity of learning about good sisters have promised to and successful business give all the eggs laid by their hens methods. on Sundays during the month of Need goods say GOVERNOR THATCHER'S April. We trust others will do welcome is are here LECTURE. likewise. Lets all rally the Governor M. II. Thatcher will forces and have the largest contri butions to Missions to report in deliver his famous lecture on the WALK Panama Canal, under the aus our history. JWOYER Pay in your money to the near- pices of the Woman's Club of Mt Um wiii7 umt est church, or you can mail direct Vernon, April 10th, 1914, at 7:30 $3.50 eo ,$6. 00 to W. D. Powell, Secretary of p.m. at Chapel Hall, Graded Building. Ky., or if School Governor Missions, Louisville, Thatcher's service in the Canal you prefer you can mail to me and Zone was of great length, and he J. will forward it for you. is perfectly familiar with the hisYours in the work, tory of the promotion and conA. E. ALBRIGHT, Brodhead, Ky struction of the canal the greatest engineering feet known to the world, the work of American En Police ginoers and the realization of the dream of centuries. As all know Naw Telephone Stations. The March meeting of the Wo New Telkphonb Lines New the Governor enjoys the distinc man's Missionary Society of the polos and wires have beeu put J. Harve Brown, Level Green. E tion of being an eloquent speaker PEOPLES $ BANK Presbyterian church proved to be ud between Mt. Vernon and Wil- - T. Bryant, Pine Hill depot. A. DETECTIVE DISGUISED AS of the entertaining type and f Vernon Telephone T. Hamlin, residence Mt, Vernon. orator of wide reputation. We one of special interest. The fol die by the Mt SPENDER Is now J ssso Malone, at R. A Welsh's will Co. Direct connection are fortunate in securing him as lowing program was presented made from here to Climax, Con- - residence, one of the speakers of this, our Hyniu Society. ! CliBribery Broker tirst year of the lecture course for Devolionals Led by Miss McCord wayandJohnotta. On theare tbe Charge As Sequel of Arrest Mt. Vornon, and it is to be hoped Quartette, Misses Bertha Litton, max or Clear Creek lines $ I following telephone stations: that the citizens of Rockcastle Mattie Huff, Tor Infant! and Children, Rae Hunt, Climax Hardin Moore, store, Under red ink box car letters County will take advantage of and Elsi Rhea. The Kind You Have Always Bought being informed on a subject of so J. J. Berry' residence; R. J. across entire top of page running of much interest to all Americans Roll Call Responded to by qupta-tiou- i store; J'. D. Pennington store; Bears tbt t:e New York Journal of March and by a man so well equipped. from missionaries. residence; James Signature Mason Anglln, ISth publishes a column in con Business session. A TEXAS WONDER. Wolf, residence; I. 0. Bulleti & uection with arrest made in that Song with Japanese chorus, Lay down your hammers. Stop Sons, store and residence, Wildie; city by detective William O. Jones. The Texas Wonder cures kidney Misses Julia and RuthLandrum, residence, Wildie; knocking. Boost Hammer users W. H. Jonos Mr. Jones is a son of Mrs. Mahala and bladder troubles, removing and Dorothv Albright. Dr. R. H. Lewis, rcsidonce, Wil ure much in the minority. There Jones of this place and bad exper- grauel, cures dianets, weak and The Immigration Question, line: J. W. oughtn't to be any. dio. Onjohnetta of the kidneys ience in the U. S. Navy before he all irregularities Miss McCord. Drop that prejudice and jealousy J. W. Johnetta; joined the police foico of the big and in boty men and women Questions and Answers on Japan, Chasteeu, store, Johnetta; Jack 11 mere yei remains inc icusi mi 01 Lee, post office, years back in which po- Regulates bladder troubles iu city some conducted by Mrs. Brown. it in your system and use at least sition ho rapidly rose to a respon- children. If not sold by your Missions in Japan, Miss Olarkson. Abney, David Abney and Jack part of your time in the general Johnetta and upbuilding and bettering of your Facility sible place in the mounted police druggist, will bo sent by mail on Home Life in Japau, Miss Rowlee Laswoll between Brush Creek. H. L. Smith and town and county. of the service whero he gave receipt of!? 1. 00. One small bottle arm Prayer Chain. stores, Brush A few in two months treatment, nd selG. T. Johnson eminent satisfaction. Japanese Etiquette Miss Ream. Creek. months since he was transferred dom tails to perfect a cure. Snd During the business session the Convenience of People tollnspector Dwyors squad, de- for testimonials from his and other following officers were elected for Conover OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY tective department in which he is states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 tno coming year: AND LIBERAL COMMISSION President Miss Clarkson. making good. Sold Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. SALARY to look after our busi Vice Pres- .- Miss McCord. millionaire from by Druggist. "Posing us MT. VERNON, KY, ness in your cominunityt Secretary Miss Rowlee. to do but the West, with nothing healthful work. dignified, ' Fron tRooms over Baiter's Store Treasurer Mrs. Furnish. detective Jones, Phone BANK PEOPLES spend money, Secretary of Literature, International Magazine Company, FOR FLETCHER'S attired in swagger clcthes, today , II9 W. St.,- Now York City. Mrs. J. W. Brown; I of Miss Laura raided the suito - blonde, in the Albany, a febionul apartment house on fifty first streotand Hroadway. Miss Curl-towas taken to sixty eighth with street police station, belling liquor withuit license. Miss Carlton's Miite, the police say, has been utnl'r surveillance no ponce were lor some time. unable to gain au entrance until Jones, posing a a millionaire, se to Miss cured an ii loduction II made several visits Carlton. unable to to the plai but was secure e mence until today. Acconlng to Detective, Jones and Din, McQuide offered each of tlifin So. on the stops of the police station if they would sup press certain evidence against Miss (Jjrlton. McQuade was placed under ar rest charged with attempted bri n thm a ifmrM , 1 For Easter A New A A A Suit? New Top Coat? New Hat? New Tie? A New Shirt? New Shoes? Two timely views of this store for men The Style View leading know your wants ou wish touch tbe more buy where e We have selected from the The Business View You buy and continue to we the thinking the word the treme - the " value " and We know that good style both extreme have brought it you. 1 This store aims ay to serve and you in the You ar to judge how you buy you we want have at the new Spring not, as you 1 than and satisfaction. the snving pickups. Why two months. the most from This more buying we more? The the sign out. 4 Sutton & McRee T "Millionaire" Make Broadway Raid $ $ $ $ A Straw HeldOn Show the Way the Wind Blows CASTOR A . Ab-ne- y, Have you; Noticed the Wonderful Growth the $ fHt $ PEOPLES BANK there's a reason. Every Banking I $ $ $ SAFE AND SOLID xxcxgKxx P. H. Dentist 49-- AMPLE RESOURCES the $ For the x. 11 Interesting, Use Us $ J Children Ory C ASTO R A - ucaexac3cgs $' $ .$ $! f v . s ivii. VtrtNON biUNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky April 3, 1914 lm Mrs. Noaks, mother of John Noaks of Pine Hill, died Suuday. To avoid unkind criticism: Say nothing; He nothing, Do nothing,. Mrs. Hansel, of the Chestnut ridge section, mother af Jarv,is' Hansel, died Monday. The post offica hero is first place that has been wired for the new electric light plant. Um ft' 7l tlitKBssSfeiimsctjxfm 79 oit with BIONAL up 'No.-rg- " wnonTTH won toCommunl. ' fc Round tripto 'Atlanta, '810.2E Oct. 4.5.6th, limited 10 Oct. I71I1. TIME TABLE. Account of General Convention of 22 u&rtn .4.59 p m Christ. "4 north 3:53 a m Round trip to Nashville $7,95, J3 south '.....11:43 a to May 8th to 13th, limited to May U .South 12:19 a m 30th. Account of Southern BapJAS. IvANDRTJM, Agent. tist Convention. Phone No. 8. Clothing, Dry Goods, Entered at the 1ft Vernon, Ky. Poitoffice everything new to wear, arriving na mall matter. daily now at Sutton & MoBee's. LOUWVILLC 4 NA1HVIUI R, n CO. Low-Cut- second-elm- s PERSONAL Miss Evelyn Gardner is in Louisville for a feV days. Cashier F. I,. Thompson, Jr.) was in Louisville, Sunday. F. L. Durham and George Proctor, wero in Louisville Sunday. V. T. Todd cordially invites you to inspect bis sanitary barber shop under Masonic building next Fish's corner. e Judge G. M. Ballard McKeo during the week-e Ciub has brought out some good ideas which will be put in effect next week. Every citizen of Rockcastle will bo wns ill interested therein. . The Commercial The County Board of Education More smoke stacks for Mt. Ver- will meet next Tuesday. Are you going to Louisville for non. the Southern Education onfer Everything now from ence; you can't afford to miss it. at Fish's for Easter wear. If you wish to be shown how to Gov. Thatcher, tormer Goverdo things in tho very best wav. nor of Pauaina Canal Zone, will lecture at the Graded School noxt attend the Southern Educational Conference to be held in LouisFriday evening. Hear him. ville, April Dauber Shop. New location at The Courier Journal of March Fish's corner. Newly outfitted. W. T. Todd razor and scissors 31st has an account of the South ern Educational Conference to be manipulator. Apr. held in Louisville, April 7th to The young Ladies of tho local 10th. Read it and go if possible. Christian Endeavor Society will The most disgusting creatures have lots of good thing's to eat on s on earth' are .these sale at Fish's store all dav tomorwho never do anything but spend ' row. their time criticising tho fellow Sanitauv Shop. Todd's place who is trying to do something in building next to under Masonic the world. Fish's store, everything now except the barber who allows you OPENINGI to sleep while'fgiving you a shave. On Saturday, April 4th, 1914, I Apr. .vat. will have my spring opening of Do You Wish To Dye anything? Millinery. Notions, etc., and would .or have it done? See O.H. Mullins, be glad to have you come in and under Masonic building, expert see my stock of goods which you clothing , hat cleaner. New lo- will find complete in every detail. Very respectfully yours, cation and everything sanitary. MRS."G. S. Hiatt. Apr. A Larger Town. evety-whert know-it-all3-- To the Women of Rockcastle. County: Conference for Education The in the South will meet this year in Louisville, April 7th to 10th This Conference dates a now era in Kentucky history, and the future work will be largely nuiong women. On the Conference program Woman's problems and the affairs of tlio home are dominant themes Homekeoping is the most import ant of all occupations. Those in charge wont at least two women from each educational division. Will you not go and get the benefit of exhibits and demonstrations, and discussions Sincerely youis ' Rose McCord, Member of Women's Committee for Statewide attendance. ON MOR La E V J DAYS Are all there are left for you to get ready for Easter Parade Lots of the men, young men and boys of this county have already been to our store for their Easter Clothes and they will shine in the Easter Par-- s ade Sunday, April J 2th jj$SS3v im m$Sk SHln Blemlhe Caned By Germi Germ set under Ibe ik In or In fc. broken place and It la hard to trmt firf of thorn. Pus lores or pimples N F . When in town Saturday, drop Rose Hill Mrs. J B. Lalr.of-tltin and have Cox & Wheeldon give community, continnes very low. S. B. Ramsey and family are you a shave or hair cut and you moving to Line Creek for tlio will be a regular patron of that shop hereafter. Next door to summer. postofflce. . Sheriff and Mrs. Cam Mullins Every one is invited to nro rejoicing ovor the arrival of a Conference for Education next fine boy baby. Little Miss poroihy Albright week. There are no fees, no a- move was with relatives in London from membership dues, only by & philanthropic body of men to Saturday until Tuesday. uplift the conditions of human life. Mrs. Marie Wyatt, of CincinW. H. Cottonglm has been nati, spent the week with her sisnamed as Postmaster at Livingster, Mrs. S. P. Bowman. Mrs. Margarot Grimes has re- ton and Dannie Owens rececived turned to Lexington after a the appointment at Brodhead.1 The appointments were made upon week's visit to homo folks here. the recommendation of Senator G. T. Johnson has moved his , James. where ho is family to Orlando, H. Hamlin has received his A. engaged in the mercantile busi- ' ness. Commiscommission as Forest sioner for the county. The presMrs Maud Spronle, Mrs. John imPike and Mr.s. H E Christie wore ervation of the forests is an portant matter and the office held up from Brodhead Tuesday shopby Hamlin is one of more imporpi"B. . tance, than the general public will W. H. Fish has been confined at first consider. to his room for the past week very sick with throat trouble and bill., , ApftinjLto consider when.gou; patronize the barber shop. What ious attack. condition will tho barber leave my Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Owens, fnce? If you have Cox & Wheelwere here from Preachersvillo, to don do your work, there is never attend th burial ot little Ruby any trouble about a sore face. Meadows. Next door to postoffice. We aTO glad to see our good All aro welcome to the Conferwho has frioud J. J. Hysinger ence in'Louisvillo' and any 'county from paralytic been suffering that fails to send representatives. stroke gradually improving. men and to this meeting- -- both Mrs. S C. Franklin visited lior women is losing one of the greatmother, Mrs. Margaret Griffin, opportunities that has even and orother, Georgo Griffin- - near est comiMfMhe State of Kentucky. Wildie, Saturday and Sunday. Let Rockcastle be well' repreWheeler Meadows, of Lebanon sented by a largo delegation. Junction and Brother Freoroon Wo are short our Brodhead were here Sunday to attend the correspondence this week, for the burial of little Ruby Meadows. reason that our splendid reporter Mrs. Georgia McClure and Mr. Mr. to go to John Robins had ' and Mrs. Dock Oliver wero up Stanford to have his little daughfrom Livingston to attend the ter, Mildred, oporated upon. Dr. burial of Mr. and Mrs. Meadows' W. F. Carter took his little son little daughter. Charles Hicks, along and ho wns Mr. and Mrs. Fred Asherwere operated upon at the same time, passengers on No. 22 the Louis- Drs. Brown and Southard peronroutc to formed tho operations which were ville train yesterday where they will very successful. Mitchell, Oregon, make their future home. ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. and Mrs. A. B" "Furnish that we Wo wish to announce for Ohio, to will leave tomorrow parents. will have our Spring Opening of visit Mrs. Furnish's Mrs. Furnish will remain with Millinery goods Saturday April weeks. Mr. 4U1. Every body invited to atthem for several Furnish will be gono a week as tend. You will find this departdetail; lie willspenda few days at War- ment complete in every seasons newest creations, also the saw on his return. big assortment irom tho baby glad to report Mrs J.W. a We aro cap up, and a wido range of VanWinkleand Miss 'Frances prices, prices to suit every body, Sparks, both of whom underwent something you do not find in the serious operations at Paris last Do not for Miss. Sparks ordinary hat shop. week, improving. get the dato Saturday April 4th for Mr. is sufficiently improved Sutton & McBte. and Mrs. Sparks and Miss Bess Commonwealth's Attorney Rich to return home. rdG. (Williams, of Covington, in LOCAL eing accorded ascendency in the discussion of Democratic possibiliHello Climax. ties, says the Cincinnati Enquirer. Easter Post Cards at Fish's. His friends aro saying that he and assist not criti' would make a strong candidate and also that ciso and find fault. for Attorney-Genera- l would make a good man for Industrialism, as it changes and be betters human environments, is Lieutenant Governor. He is now President of the Association of the true civilizing agent. Commbnwealth's- Attorneys and "Cooperation" is the law of is serving his second term as life and growth (Motto of Mt. Commonwealth's Attorney for Vernon Commercial Club.) Kenton county. He is widely No good, sensible, working bee Known and is popular in Kentucky, listens to advice of a bed bug on For four years he was coun'ty the subject of business. ,'How are judgoof Rockcastle county, which you classified ? has a republican majority of ap'Men. are uudor the domain of proximately 800, and ho was Natural Law as nluch as bees. elected by about 400 majority opponent. -- -' Men succeed only .by working vith over his republican Enquirer, , 'other men and' for. otbec wen. . Cincinnati it-b- R. L.Jones, who recently visited his mother, Mrs. Mahala construction of the electric lights has been slow. That the w ather Jones, of this place, stopt off at has cleared up the work will be New York to see his bi other. W. A. Jones and at the latter's so. pushed. asv rapidly as po,sible. On account of so much rain the Antiseptic Salve soon destroys thes uniu and keeps them clean end health unuTnstiire heale. Use II on the face, lips. In the note. Anywhere, for It DR. BELL'S follow ' u cliUn. pure and iiealino. Tell f You know that is the day everybody wants to wear their new spring clothes and if you . It By The Bell" t e - . The Masons from this place, who attended the burial of f. Henry Fish at Crab Orchard were greatly pleased at the courteous treatment and attention bestowed upon them by Crab Orchard's citizens. Are you a Limer? licitation took service with tho Now York Contral railroad as en The ritual ot Lime Kiln Club has gineer in the yards. He has form- a smattering of m ny societies; the erly run out of Portland, Maine, Red Stars, Buffaloes, Highlanders on the Maine Central. Night Riders, Knights of the GoJden Rule, Tenians and nearly The Charleston (S. C.) Evening Post of March 25th states that every known order on the Globe. George have not already purchast your spring outfit we want to show you the new things from everywhere, C. B. Henderson, now of Win- - county, who is pitching for the slow, Arizona, encloses a letter to Charleston Club of the S. A. young Fayne Of their r " - Secretary of Boone Way Club Congresshere, irom his district man, Hon. Carl Harden, in which he promises to lend his assistance to Senator Bradley's bill when brought to a vote Mrs. Whitaker, League, held Connie Macks, Phila delphia Athletics, down to a score of 5 to o, in favor jf the Athletic on that date.' The achletics are the world's champion team and it looks as if our George is some sCVi 'JO, ji .'li. MAIL ORDERS filled TSlKHaY ut U iyfMaita'sl(Maa tel wJJ promptly with the very newest and best in stock and WE - ' aged 71 years died Saturday after an illness of about twenty four hours. Tho deceased was the mother of Mrs. A. G. Lovell and a sister of Miss Kate Moore. Short services were held at tho home on Sunday after-- , noon, conducted py Mr. W. H'. Cox, after which the burial took' place in Elrawood cemetery. ' pitcher. NOTICE. Don't forget the,entertainment at the Graded School building, on April the 10th, ifotlce of which appears elsewhere in this issue. This is the third number of the T MA. a.n tTnmA..aM it... Z..,.!... L.CVJIUIC V.UUI9CI IUC ..tlUWUVCl, posjtpoiied'aud'will be .second was given during tblatter part of April.' There are three entertainments yet to be given. Season tickets for the remaining numbers may be obtained at Chas. C. Davis' drug store for 75 cents for the three. Buy your ticket and select your seat now. 1 PAY PARCEL POST or express anywhere on orders .of We Meet You On The Level and act on the square, when you come here for hardware, No mat $1 or more "We Stank By ter whether or nails or What You Buy."' you want a tew screw's a high-grad- e special Farm Insurance. Tho farm insurance department of the Home Insurance Co., which was discontinued on March 7th as a result of tho, Gleon-Greon tool we allow no misrepresentation. Buy here once and you'll get bet ter hardware service at less cost than you ever got before, C. 0, COX, Opposite Court House, Mt. Vernon, Ky.' Insurance law, - has resumed business and to the farmers we wish to say that we are; now ready to supply your demand for insurance. When you insure in tho Home of New York you have the best to be had.. E. S. Albright, Agent, Mt Vernon, Ky. To the many friedds and relatives who were so kind to us in our bereavement, we extend our most sincere tbunks. We can never forget any who showed us the least sympathy when we needed it so May we be ablo to return badly all in some measure some ttme.- Praying God's blessings rest heavily on each of us, while we can never be aa we once were, We fear, but wo shall never forget the many who were so kind and good to us. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meadows One of the sadest deaths that has in many occured in our town years, was that of little Ruby 'Meadows, which came at 8 o'clock last Saturday morning, following two weeks intense suffering irom ' LEADIrtOJ Lime Kiln Club. Tho recently organized alubrJIo. 10I, at this place is flourishing Twenty new members were initiated during the week. Their "resent quarters are in Krueger Hall. The writer was shown thru, the work on Wednesday rtnd ho enjoyed it immensoly. There are no' initiation fees for the first orfo hundred join ing the order There are now 79 members who live in varipus parts of tho county. We' meant to give tho names of the officers but aro enjoynod to secrecy. There Is a chief Lineman; a Woodman, Coalman; Slmvoler; Poker; Custodian (of barrels) Slackman, Drillor and Packman. Meetings over now and then. Are you a "Llmer"? If not, got busy anTget the pass word and countersign. Children Cry FLETCHER'S C ASTO R A. FOR I Th Home of Sood eiothes. of Produck;- - Bring yrur produce every kfnd to W. R. McClure Mt. Vernon and get the best prices in cash. Mch. aot, CLEARS COMPLEXION RE MOVES SKIN BLEMISHES Why go through life embarrassed and disiigured with pimples, eruptions, blackheads, red rough skin, or suffering tlie tortures of Eczema, itch, tetter, salt rheum. Just ask your Druggist for Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Follow the simple suggestions and your skin worries are over. Mild soothing, elfective. Excellent for babies and delicate, tender skin. Stops chapping. Always helps. Kelief or money back. 50c, at 1 Make Hour Own Flour? an&EarfiBisProfrtsfizQidQS Tho demand for flour is constant. For miles around you, there's a market for good flour. And you can nearly double the value of your own wheat by milling it W u 30 Days youreelf. besides tho bftf prolita you tarn crlndlng the finest ot flour for otUoro, with tho wondtif ul cc your Druggist. lei" Marvel ROLLER FLOUR MILL Tho BrcaS English mill Inventor Tnttmnll'a crowning achieve, men t that's revolution zed tlio milling business and Is making bis money for do many others. A compleU Hour mill In ono small cooe. Makes Illch as CO bbls. finest Flour a Day yououBhttohavon"Milfet"now,vorl:!nc for you every finis In niojeur, i in !..... incrcatsm, ojr ilucunit; uu imur.ntr Yqx twuvnuciico in oki uro. witn it youiuncuupoiu who any mm, lara cr tciad, as it makes A BarrM of Rotter Flour Cheaper" Trial WITH Free Money BacK iGuarantaei rheumatism and other complications-, On. account of the I e - r serious illness of Mrs. Meadows, short services" were held at the grave, instead of the home Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Allen of the Baptist ''church. Many of therclalives and friends of .the sorrowing family were present, and as they looked upon the swoet placid little body in its white casket and surrounded by beautiful and frngrant flowers-yno more beautiful or pure than the little face within their hearts swelled in sympathy for the bereaved family. But let us not 'think of little Ruby as dead, but as'living: not as a flower that has withered, bufas one that is transplanted, and torched by a Divine hand, is bjooming in richer color and sweeter(fragranco than those "Tlr r of earth. ""There fs no death! Tho stars go ot ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health Litter Soar etn bs nilltl. Seqaires ciIt osa nis.imtll tpu sal Hull jiwtt. Injons un ran it right inn Its suit. wncat ana lor your WwOJS HnnL flour nn you with tannin uulll flnfltf (n thoir This bacnusn ISllB vH ov Na Previous Mlllln Experience Necessary & . n.. ..luge ju.mi a .... mo v.j...t. naiier J!5 liriBglor joa. Jouri oa JO iUts free triii moniT tick mmlu. Oar big Itm book. "Us itorr eft wonairfnl rioor Kill," UUt ill priest. iiuiiUt.iU. ! iwrawl tut i liUWi ANGLO. AMERICAN MILL CO., Inc. ow irusiuidf. UwensDorOiKr. and Saves Money i and Makes Better Food UHO L9$ mm TAKER $ $ fl Our lino of JCouch ;Cn8kots : J&r"tet2SB$irZ 1,i tmmx&ii'&X! 5MC;ii x &S!7?&:i m&mii&LU All v.i W h unoxeeiiea n..l ....!., nA lio .!..! Hoarse sent, to all parts of nn mi'' Si' ,V,'l County :.' ,',' down To rise upon some fairer shore; And bright in Heaven's jeweled ' ' crown ' ' They shine forever more. " orders by Wire Promptly',Filled 04-- Phone w. A, cex.1 MT. ;:: VERNON, KY ill' 11 Ir ri?irrv V M!S.' W ' lf$W1KSISWSJJi A V cMTiBBriaS V"Sf.SL. fexSr-iaaj- rtt.eMwifcMUo.varrryiiiM.jww"M -5! 22j sSSSSSSSt HO TT . ??y y ..."-?r-.r-r- r irl'J TIliiiiiaaaTj Mwaffiasca2BiaiwM'i I Ch&s. C. Davis Mt. Vernon Ky. drug: Cfias.C. Davis Mt. non i My Phone No. is (39) thirty-nin- e. We open shop at 7 o'clock a.m. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m. STRENGTHENS WEAK AMD TIRED WOMEN "I wns under a great strain tmrsing n relative through three months sickness," writes Mrs, J. 0 VanDeSande, ofKlrklnnd, 111. nnd "Electric Bitters kept me from breaking down. I will never be without it. " Do you feel tired No appetite and jtood won't digest? It isn't the spring weather, you need Electric Hitters. Start a month's nothing better treatment I for stomach, liver nnd kidneys. The great spring tonic. Relief or money back. 50c. and $1.00, at your Duiggist. to-da- LKyni sjimEN. B si PEWKH mn iif7V!STrPIBM and worn out? You are cordially welcome in our 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 dojike to sell you what you do want. Let us show you. Noticu: Just received a car load ot Bowkor Fertilizer for farm and garden. right. Mch 20-3- None bottot, piice t R. L. McFimitON. Mt. Vernon, Ky. CHAS. C. DAVIS Mt. Vernon Ky. Notice: All parties holding claims against thcEntate of A. M Bradley deceased,, wilt present same to me properly proven. Also tho.se indebted to the estate will pleasp call and arrangj settle- ment. Mch 2l 31. Fred Bradley, Admr. A. M. Bradley, Deceased. STOMACH TROUBL FOR FIVE other YEARS I 1 Bigger Hatches Eggs hatch better if the hens are in perfect condition. Majority of Friends Thought Mr. taking Hughes Would Die, But medicines. take his advice, although any confidence in it. 1 decided to did not have ht One Helped Him to Recovery. have now been taking for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. Black-Draug- Poultry Regulator pays biff It prevents Thedford's has been stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that 1 thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, Black-Draught Pomeroyton, Ky. In Interesting advices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows: "I was down with I am so thankful has done for for what Black-Draug- ht disease, sharpens the appetite, improves digestion. You'll get more "live" eggs more and stronger chicks. rucUawi tic, SBc, the year 'round. me." $1.00. IS lb. pail, U.S0. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back. Refute taUtiialtt; insist on PraU, II Gt I'rattt Jultry Jiook, ISO rapt iUtutrattd SOLD it GUARANTEED tried different treatments, but they did not seem to do me any good. I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, and all my friends, except one, thought I I contains no dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely S. C. DAVIS would die. He advised ly me used by young and old, and should be kept in every family chest. to try A Get a package today. JTliedfordJLBlack-Drauht,andliultliOa- a ujmaju ,..,, m ? ft.r,fji.&a-- y lirls a roueh our village Sunday. Mr. uud Mrs. Hdd Brown spent Ssnday with his parents here. Misses Bessie and Clara DeBoad have returned from a months visit to their sister Mrs. Wade Brown at N. McAlistor. Oklahoma. Mr W. A. Catjqn was down from Cedar Creek, Tuesday and Wednesday. (3. E. Price wiis in Mt. Vernon Wednesday on busi ness G. N. Bray was iu our village again Sunday after an. abon, acsence of several Sundays count of a sovero attack of measles Harve Palmer of Leo county,, is hero running Mr, James farm. Mr. Vanhooks family will probably come back this spring. Wo are very sorry td reb) port that Uncle Logan Denney had a light stroke of paralysis last Sundiry, while at Sunday to, the school. He was taken borne of lite daughter, Njr.s. Cyrus Burton, and up to this time he is .; not any bettor Van-book- The revival that was being Miss Mary Barnes and Hessie conducted tit the Methodist Niceloy lire both numbered with church by trjo Rev Jones', closed tho sick.. Rev. Charlie Carmical last Sunday night with Several rilled his regular appointment at additions. Dr W. E. McWilliams Flat Lick Saturday and Sunday. was called Friday to see Mr. Jep Madam rumor says there is to bo Mullins who was very sick, but another wedding in this neighboris improving now VicPrlco who hood in a short time, but willjun has a good position at Stanford nounco it later. Little John Hanspent a part of last weok with his sel spent Sunday with his little mother here. Missos Cora a'nd cousin. Virgie Arnold last week. Beo Eldrlgo were up from Pu Miss Ola Robins spent Saturday laski and spent Saturday night with her cousin, Mrs. Milt Rdsh. und Sunday with Misses Ola and Married March 23rd, Frank Kate DeBord. B. B. Hatcher of Price and Miss Annio Reynolds, Lebanon Jet. is spending a few Rev. Carmical performed the days with his mother hero; ho is ceremony. Rev. James Barjnas just recovering from an attack of will preach at Hopewell next Sunmeasles and, is not ablo to be at day. Mrs. Katie Stokes spent work Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Saturday and Sunday with ,her of Acada spent Sunday with sister, Mrs. Maggie Porclful. their daughter, Mrs. O. J. Mullins. Mr. George Perclful has bought a Mr. and.JVlrs. Wm. Hurst at- farm from Mr --William Singleton, tended the filth Sunday meotiug near Hopewell church. Rev. J as, at Oak Hill lest Saturday and Cummins was expected at Hope Sunday. Miases Mollle and Alza well on last Sunday but by some Owens have been confined to their means he failed to come, but as rooms for several days with luck will have it Rev. Olouse was measles. Rev, D. R. Gentry was thero and preached for the small down from Quail most of last congregation and tho church Week. Ho and his wife will pfob Elected him pastor for this year, ably move hero for the sum mor, so lots all that can conveniently we would certainly be glad to attend church and try to encourhave them with us again. I F. age Bro. Clpuso and enable him to Mullins was a pleasant caller in come each and every Van-hook CASTORIA For Infants and Children. (BS 'ii"1111""'"11 ALCOHOL ''" P15II ni'NT 3 'in The Kind You Have Always. Bought Bears the Signature of M AVcgelaWerVcparaltonrorAs-slmilailn- ihcFootfandReeula ( ing Hie S tomacas andllcM'ds of W tl" PromolcsDijestlonflitcrTii-nes- s and Ibstrontalns neliter OpiuauMorphfaB norMiaaal AAxT In NOT NARC OTIC. Sttyttfou&stmzrmmi flmpka Srtdm SM I a. a AMiOb- j3l2hwiSSt Inmari pmBpuailanr. Aperfect Remedy for Consflji tlon Sour Stomdi.DlairWa TAC33 Use For Over worms .CoitvulslonsjevCTisn: andLOSS OF MEEP. TacSinile SiMWreof TllE CENTAUR COMPAICf, NEW YORK. Thirty Years month for whsn wo look around and see the shape this country of ours is in, I think it is enough to make each and every one of us go to work aid try fo encourage the young boys and girls to become Christians. The farmers In this part are very busy plowing and fane to plant tug and making ready corn. Little Hobert Barnes is suffering with sore eyes., Mr Billy Kirby who is working at Butler spent Saturday and Sun lay with homo folks. iuarantecti Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA . . THCOCNTaUR ' COMPANY. fiSW VOW L, CITT. MwaMsnsssBBBBaasss -, ia.--'.;i. saswaanng . iw1,.,. ?- I j t :. -- L ,li trtJ& jt , i)ii.aj qefaajasspm,.. jisujuui.i r '- ' ""' WC ... iMziftiWE, m ii jiujI sastiTi B s BEWARE OP OINTMENTS FOR CATARRH THAT CON- TAIN MERCURY s mercury yiill surely destroy the e .enso of smell and completely the whole system when do-rang- The SAFE boys' magazine I J Jawhlitm. lullot picture, M to tl p&avm mjery moath.Manlx.inpplrlnfiitorlesoftriTel.ftaTcn taro. athletic, hlitory, school life, written br tuobtpopnlnrbora'aathors. Instruct. rs special artlcloa. Flno articles on football and other Mechanics, Electiioltr. f porta. Department of Science, FhotocTftphy, Popular How to Make Thine. Htamp Colloctlnn, Chickens, Pets, Qar donlng. Jnrontlon and Mataral wonders. SS?.S!OnIy$i ayear Allbojfor all bora, not a chl1d.tpttjtir. Clean u fl From Dirt, Dust and Drudgery iilllHWIli a care. Kciema. hn tiDcUs.l etter. Ulcers asJ all tUn diseases yield la lis curative properties. oik, a oqx. i mu uruaitlt, Sn4 for IrM UTOpla sad trot, "lIMhh J4 rfeaut ' JOHNSTON. HULUlWATaCO.. rimnlvtlnJind.wniireMtfJ.oukklvff,cti aoDlicalion Wxntits and i Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S MKisli RHEUMAT lO SUFFBWi SHOULD 1710 Sprint oard.n SI rail., Pa. , OASTORI A Evary Cough Scatter 'mt EY Carat tai Combination Pneumatic Sweeper win rffvi -- from the strain of mor. drudgery tag and lifting furniture and from the dangerous Mattering Rtleaie from broom ' TO STOPTltE SPREAD s( colls la th. fsmUr. Ur lha coughing ty Soothing EniootMou u taflunsd broncMsl tubes with UC Dr. BeU'a PINE-TAR-HON- It tin lahlblti furttisr Etna growls. ol duit and gtrmt thai are railed by the uie of the broom and the old fathioned carpet sweeper, cad be attained by the ute of the Dunt.cy Combination Pneumatic Sweeper, which, Jthough etuly operated by hand, creates potvcrfulsuction force which draws out all the dirt and dust found in your rugs and carpets and at the same time the revolving bruih picks up all lint. pini. threads, raveling!, etc. THE OUHTIEY SWEEPERS are made in three sizes and sold under a rigid guarantee for one year. You may try a Dunt-le- y in your own home for 10 day Free of CWtfo. Rheumatism LUMBAGO. SCIATICA. COUT. NEURALGIA. AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. Tho Beat Ramody Fo all form of Orannr Mstcslto ists It in'l wbst tou'ro goUMo do, let whit you iodotlul counts whta you'r ailing." entering it through the mucous Such article sbohlri surfaces. never be used except on pie scriptions trqm reputable physi ciaus, as the dumago they will do s ten told' to the good you can nopsihlv derive from the,ra. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. I . Cneney & Co., Toledo, O., no mercury, and is tiken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally nd made in Toledo, Ohio, by P. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials tree. Sold by druggists. Price 75c per bottle. I'ake Hall's Family Pills for con atipation. qon-tain- Send Subscriptions J, UutWlstailfrvlRi' to- - SIGNAL pT1ErMBaaaaassaaMallas)jBsjasaaBaBSMsBaMaasasB Hm s Kern County, California Wants Farmers Korn County has room for 200,000 settlers. This may seem impossible to jou but not so when you know that Kern is as big ns the whole State of Massachusetts. It is a wonderful county and hundreds are making good hore. We have issued a beautiful booklet telling County. This booklet will be sent to you rKLsdaatblA tl.eo. Aifii tt.10...ORUQ STORKS). CASTO Rl A . Children Ory FOR, FLETCHER'S mueh about Kern free, together with 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 of mailing. For more detailed Information write TODAY Duntley Pncu.natic Sweeper G501 S. Agents Wanted State Street CHICAGO Co STOP THE PAINj B6lvoaQu!ckRellafi UK II VVxyjHSBjHa7A NsOtbirRwtey. w'f ' AMpuc "DRora." nttc on nacfurrr Stranson Rheumatic Cure Co.. LMhm lM-lU -- TELL BY THE 'WITHERS BELL" W. It. CHICAOO and Succesful Way No class of business men can be found the world over, who does not investigate a propo sition before forming an opinion, no matter what the question or proposition may be, and we American people naturally stand against all kinds of businesss propositions until we are thoroughly convinced, but 92 per cent of the are con business and professional men of convinced that it is strictly against good business policies to ever attempt to go through life unprotected and have shown forth their opinion by 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 to-day The Ideal Tho locstion of our factory lifts Ma lowest freight from mills to factory, and from you. Gtl m ttllir Slh an J Scvt tnihlj by for catalog and piices. writing ua to-dLOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. v (Incorporated) .0. Itsltet f, touitmut I It hai the only real continuous dour opening, Hoops made of tested steel. Hoops can be adjusted from fad. der front door frame. Doors made of California .Red. wood. "The Wood Eternal." SUNSET MACAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, San Francisco, California yZ&Z$3d$ & D&3C$3& GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER I Bob Mullins is with the mer chants in Jackson this week.-r-Thos. Anderson is suffering f,rom Offices in Bethurum Bldg. Mrs. a severe case of lagrippe. Will practice in all the Courts. Burt Mullins and children are wltbher paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Jones Durham, of Dango, .this POUND! and Sush FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles week. Missos Pearl nnd Eyeglasses for Sl.BOand up. Gold Anderson visited Misses Nell and Mr BETHURUM & LEWIS Attorneys at Law & i.uuiicau Lsast aVarX 4"J L 0 sl f rxy a sfSa(LaVHsariBraBaM MViifir.tiJU)' a&nlaCSjeSjSMggB' BaStis.wTaTffffjsWfafgfgfgfJ gBOfl " JTsssTsWl.1 Stiver and Aluminum Frames. largest selection In town. Eyes tested Free. Years of experience. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. COX DBOQ. STORE J. C. MOORE Grace Bullock Sunday. Elisha Anderson who was reported as beine sick last week' is some what improved. -- Mrs. Ben Mullins has been sick for the past fewdqys but sub Is betteraf- - present. Tho scription school that is being taught ut this place by Prof. Dick- - loEKiWflrCaCfilSWBWI COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail. Telegraph or Tele- & phone orders Promptly lulled. ' ae HiWiMII ft xxc xdSodafc Hotel Henry Walterson LOUISVILLE, KY. 'hotel. Mount Vernon M Monumental LIFE INSURANCE CO. of Louisville, Ky. will be pleased to show you the most advantageous policies through their local agent, CHAS. C DAVIS, TheODruggist, Mt. Vernon, Ky. T. Davis, of Stickney corner, of and Me . "Was cured of a dreadful 'VlDEALUU" in Marbles, ana rnttcrh Rftpr dfictor's treatment ReMonuments ' of all anTd all bthftrtimedies failed. Granite lief dr. "money back. Estimates furnished kinds. Get a .bottl toand $1.00," atryour day. 50c. on application. riruKEist. GEO. OWENS Propr. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for All Pono 112 orjores. mm .". and Mungs luvonau vuu,u continually nnd feel miserable You need Dr. King's JNew wjscovery. It soothes inflame and irritated throat and lungs, stops cough, your head clears up,,iever leaves, andvyou feel fine. Mr. J . you catch StUnOq-XOUB- erson, is getting along fine. (JHECK YOUIi APRIL COUGH Thawing frost and April rains. clilll vou to the very marrow, you cold-H- ThaSouth's most popular priced, modern Abaolutalr a!tuated,!n,lha 'very hart oftha retail shopping dtstrictand near all the theatres. Flatst'Caia In LauIsrlUa, with mejerata f( MCKENZIE JONASSELLS priaaa ead ru - C'uA',,'f,., "PI noon day Lunch 50c.( table da hote Dinner, to 8 pi m. ,00. Also elaborate a la carta aerrlu in Restaurant. Rathskeller open from 4 P. m. to I a, m. Orchestral arid vocal tnusic. ROOM PRICES With running Water and privato toilat $1 per day With privete bath $1.50 up to $3.00 par day Large sample reoraa with private bafh $2.50 to $3.50 par day. You are cordially Invited to make this hotel your headquarters while in Louisville, even if only, for a day. Have your'mall and packasea addressed hera. You will always baa welcome guest. HOBERT . JONI3. Mana,w. , ffom 25 Selz Shoes THE mROYAL BLUE" S-- Manufacturers il is to your interest to examine .the Selz line before ypu buy IF you need a good pair of shoes it Pleasa'nt-Ohildren-li- keit. iKSHAS McKENZE MT . VERNON, KY. V.