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A'yw' -- fa Bed-aai- Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVJX MPHI Wlliil MT. VERNON, THINGS THAT MAKE A TOWN ai ..,. ,. jgr 3, .. I ... . Established I887 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY APRIL - 1914 NUMBER 24 As a city, Hamilton ap pfeciates, lishments- In view of Winches legislates and provides for its in- ter's live commercial club, (the NO. .4 stitutions. It is truly a public largest in the State, outside of spirited city. Another evidence Louisville, it is claimed) we are (By Rev. G. S. Watson.) of this is that in k-sthan four not surprised that its manufacITS PUBLIC SPIRIT months, the people of Hamilton tures are so varied and extensive. What of Rockcastle's future? There are few things that cheer donated $225,000 for public enter-prise- Are its progressive citizens wil 150,000 being for the Y. and inspire a new comer to a town ling to band themselves together W aTa?--i b.' as much as "Its Public Spirit. ' M. Ci A., which has a membership not only in the interest of develWe have seen some leaders of in- larger than any city in the U. S. ANNOUNCE AN AMAZING MODEL of twice the size of Hamilton. oping its material resources, but v Tlie OLIVER No. 7 a typewriter of superexcellence, dustries grow rich in sleepy and Hamilton was the first American also in the interest of making it a unprogressive towns and with automatic devices and refinements that mark the zenith their money has been made, after city to establish and operate all place of increasing attractiveness they to live? We have confidence in of typewriter progress. A marvel of beauty, speed and easy have moved away into more pro- public utilities. leaders. What Another public spirited and Rockcastle's ction. Typewriting efficiency raised to the nth power. gressive and public spirited other counties have done Rockcasprogressive Ohio citv, and one The OLIVER No. 7 embodies all previous Oliver inno centers. We have seen other that has faith in its own peoloeand tle can do. We are told that cities, whose ambition has beeu g vations ard new devices never before seen on any not only to promote business, but institutions is Toledo. Here is Rockcastle was the first of the typewriter. A leap in advance which places The Oliver ten to afford attractive and health- the Toledian's Creed, which is ten counties in the State to be seyears ahead o. its time. So smooth in action, so light to the ful homes and educational and re- seen posted in the cars, shops and lected to receive State aid in the organization and management of touch, so easy to run, that experts are amazed. A model that creational facilities, and when in- and stores of Toledo. its girls' I BELIEVE IN TOLEDO, tho Why not canning clubs this year. dustrial leaders jand other bu means to the typist delightiul ease of operation. take the lead in some men have secured for them- City of REAL VALUES-t- he model that means a higher standard of typewriting, other good causes? We can do it, selves independent incomes they Nations natural gateway of com- if we will. longer and better service . have counted it an honor as well merce and travel, in the heart of The No. 7 is now on exhibit and sale at all Oliver as a pleasure to settle down and great resources and markets with Branches and Agencies thruout the United States. dock and spend the remainder of their lives unsurpassed railway, Cora harbor facilities, and the near in the towns where they have Stewart Originator made their money. "Good busi- centre of population of the United ness facilities will draw people, States. I believe in Toledo, the of Moonlight Schools but only public spirit and attract- City of REAL OPPORTUNITIES with its great institutions of art, ive surroundings will hold them Being interested in everything after they have secured a busi- education, religion and business: II Wm W ness that produces an income a "Going Concern" in industry, that tends to the upbuilding of e government and social uplift, a our town and county interests, sufficient for them to live Home city with rest and recreation our Commercial Club, if they so desire. ft thru its Ififlllllllllll for all, by river and lake, where it secretary, wrote the originator of TaVS The South may truly boast of e i IWXmoWwQ BKTEfr-its unrivalled hospitality, audits is worth while to live, rear child- Moonlight Schools in Rowan home loving instinct. we wish, ren, invest money and life. I county asking for information on Tap W that we might truly say that the believe in Toledo, the City of the subjpct. Mrs. Stewart was South were as free from prejudice REAL PROGRESS -- modern in Superintendent of schools for two and as public spirited as the municipal equipment and spirit, terms and during that period esWest. We have previously made aggressive in commercial activity tablished "Moonlight" schools, so editoial mention of Los Angeles. and achievement, with inspiring called because held at night and and wish here only to note that a visions and, plans for tomorrow, could b.i attended when the moon few years as:o when the citv and a big chance for every man." shown, at the various school housAfter reading "Louisvilie To- es, most of the teachers volunteervoted upon a bond issue of day," the large and well gotten ing their services. The purpose three and one half million dollars for the purpose of constructing a up booklet issued by the Louis was to teach every person in the comple system of macadamized ville Commercial Club, we cannot county, no matter of what age, to roads, the bondissue was not but feel that the work of this club read and write. The undertaking The new model has more im- pemiy. vVe shall even continue in only carried but was carried by a is much more public spirited and was a success beyond expectaprovements, refinements and new force our popular vote of six to one. less selfish than vthe, Louisville tions. Many students between uses than ive can even enumerate purchase- plan; the same as on Too frequently in the smal)er press, as judged by'Yfae first news- the ages "of 50 and 80 years were .here. previous Oliver models. towns our votes are influenced lay paper ' attacks on the proposed eager attendants and the record The OLIVER No. 7. equipped prejudice and selfish interest. Boone High Way. There is no shows that now but 23 persons in The "cushioned with anchor keys" and the new auto- with the famous Printype, if de- For instance, there is a time in denying of the fact that, during that county are unable to read and the life of all growing towns, the last ten 'years, Louisville has write; there being some i200 or matic features mean less work for sired, without extra charge. shown remarkable public spirit,' more before the work was underthe hands, less strain on the eyes, You owe it to yourself to see when, in the interest of future in providing most generously for taken. leso manual and mental effort. the new machine before you buy growth and prosperity, certain municipal or town ordinances, the needs, comforts Mrs. Stewart is now on a lecand enjoyWith all of tese masterly me- any typewriter at any price. Note (such as a stock law requiring ment of its citizens. The present ture tour of the State. She lecchanical improvements we have its beauty, speed and easy action, people to keep their live stock off fine library system, consistingof a tured at Danville Monday evening made the machine more beautiful its wonderful automatic devices. the street,) must be passed. At. main library and eight branches last. and svm metrical. From every Try it on any work that is ever such times there are often those represents an expenditureof,more Many people thruout the state, standpoint The OLIVER No. 7 done on typewriters. Try it on than 1,000,000, andis a credit favor the movement to nominate many kinds of work that no other who not only oppose ordinances attains superlative excellence. made in the interest of the future to the literary taste and public and elect this grpat educator for Nothing you could wish for has typewriter will do. of the town, and for the good of spirit of many of Louisville's citi- the position of State Superiuten- been omitted. The new devices' It is a significant fact that the the greatest number of citizens zens, as well as to Andrew Carne- dent of Schools. refinements, improvements and typewriter that ihtroduced such but who even show an antagonis gie. Below is copy of reply to Comconveniences found on the No. 7 epoch-makniinnovations as visi- tic and resentful spirit toward the By a competent mercial Club's letter under date We are told represent an enormous outlay ble writing, Printype, etc. , should members of the town board mak- authority that the new Ky., March 24th $1,000,000, of Louisville, and vastly increase its value -- the be the first to introduce automatic ing the ordinance. City Hospital of Louisville, in i9i4: price has not been advanced one methods of operation. When Rockcastle County voted point of arrangement and dasign, Dear Mr. Maret: on the good roads question more is unexcelled in the country. The It seems very unfortunate that than a year ago, in our judgment isolation ward, according to Dr. such good letters as yours should the bond issue was defeated not Y. Brown, an qminent St. have to wait so long for a reply, Oliver Typewriter Building, CHICAGO. because there were not suf- J. Louis surgeon, and former super- but I have been traveling over the ficient number in Rockcastle intendent of the St. Louis City State and since have been - ill and who believed in good roads, but Hospital, is a wonder as regards this is my first opportunity to re because many voters were so lack- the manner in which a child with ply. I appreciate your interest ing in public spirit that they al- the measles can be prevented sincerely. lowed prejudice and petty jealous- from contracting diptheria or .Replying to your question will ies of one kind and another to other diseases. Here is an insti- say that the only pamphlet now determine their way of t voting. tution where the poor of the ' city issued is that of the United States We do not think that such a thing may obtain the best treatment Bureau of Education Bulletin No. would occur again. under the most favorable condit- - 20. I shall have a book out on Of late t we have been in corres- ions. We are confident ,that the the subject in the early summer pondence with a number of cities money has been well spent, and entitled "His Mark" and dealing through their various Chambers we believe that Louisville has set with the blighting power of illiterof Commerce or Commercial Clubs the pace-'alonthis line, for oth'er acy and the remedy for, it. and regret that lack of space for- - AmericaQ cities. It. is entirely possible to cona, uciaueu uiscussion uiu.a 01 tne While many cities in the U. S. duct this; work in any county. public spirited enterprises df all boast of their beautiful parks, in We shall soon have organized a these cities. point of natural beauty, Cherokee Kentucky Illiteracy Commission Some months ago, we were Park of Louisville surpasses that for the organization of the entire passing thru the city of Hamilton. of any other city on the conti- State for moonlight ' schools. I Ohio, and, asthetrain'tpulled into nent. feel that we can count on you and surely depend upon you can the station, ojir attention was In our judgment the Louisville the Mt. Vernon Commercial Club drawn to a large, and" attractively Commercial Club'deserves special to see that your section comes to ac-co- unt time of trouble is your painted sign'5 board bearing-tncommendation for its interest and the front in this matter. Better to acquire a words: "HAMILTON. Thanking.-yoOHIO aetivttynn educational and agrifor your interest JLEADSIN MANUFACTURING:-- . cultural work thruout big one by depositing haye and'encouragement and congratu you 'the State. FREE FACTORY S'l T E S In the interest of rural school lating yotfupon the evidences of Mt-Vernoin n WRITE THE CHAMBERS OF improvement, its Educational intelligent boosting of your secTou'll Find the necessity of thinking beore COMMERCE. GROWTH a7i4 Committee has spent .$3,000, tion which I'see on your envelope paying a great Incentive to saving. W-he?ER C E N T. POPULATION and a'guarantee fund of $1,500 and letterhead, I am trouble comes what you have been prevented 45.27.9." We followed the direc- was made by the club and the Yours sincerely, . from frittering away will make a comfortable tions on the sign board,, wrote the .Publicity League to secure .the CORA WILSON" STEWART. balance. Chamber of Commerce, and re 'Kentucky Educational Associa SPRING; LAXATIVE AND ceived interest! nsr literature'.' tion for Louisville. BLOOD CLEANSER which convinced us that HamiF Amongthe most progressive ton was what it claimed to be, "A and public 'spirited of iKentuckySs Flush, out the accumulated wast& the winter months: proven city, with a proposition." smaller cities is Winchester, a and Doisons-o4 icleans'your stomach, liver and W .were, not-smuch city that is rapidly pushing to the kidneys ol all 1 by the fact 'that 'Hamilton had front. Here is a city that wants JDr.Kfng's Newimpurities. Take Tale Pills; noth numerous-largHIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID. factories, or that more factories and more good citi ing better for purifying the blood. FOR 'RAW FURS AND HIDES g thacity made 80per cent of the zens and it is getting them both. Mild,, .laxative. WmI en CtMHftlttlM. WrKloijriw v Cnres constipation. 2.5c, at your world's safes, but bydthaiact that The city has a standing offer Hit mnnHnn n thlt mJI of Druggist. nH9bl9mVIS? mbst of the city's great r. 2s institu IiJ rave years' exemption from tax- - Bucklens. Arnica Salve for All tions startedin Hamilton .small. Jatioxfror all manufacturing esub Hurts. Announcing The New Typewriter OLIVER No BTaTaT- a- 7 s fffffffnffftnnnmifffffffiffiiiiifR !!:!!!:::::::: 'H g H jH :.:tr r s, fios. - XEf o Co" to.. Bos.. .. H H H H H 3 H H H III H H Ife Hl I H H Mim 9n j0L. HU ft H - & wbv j " 0 self-actin- .. si-ne- ss . 9o. ).. ).. i. IbV jr& 9 W Mtf ".tot I A A vfet. Cat..- - bbv B i w 9PH m Jmm. M m ,fPW ) bT& .afJFaV V W .4"a. r i os Sea.- - Mrs Wilson osa.. & ea.. ak. Bs--V M V9 B w EW m. m Jf fat' 0r M HI II Jr 9 S H fT" H In m lf "ffwlv i E' J B m v r- -r - of Jill WSmll, a IIIx'smwWejC' m aI Mt.Vfirnnn .i.a-f-a else-wer- M3 . l a. ea.. a.. a. Ma. a.. .. JM. M.M.J M.M. 0 Livingston i - - "0 The Stores that do the business "T-- i in1 i mm - -- EAR LOAD HANDLERS Retail Dealers with Wholesale Prices key-boar- d m o.i......:::::::r'TT',,"? .:-st: :::::i::::::::::::: g The OLIVER Typewriter Co The Helping Hand most bank start what 1 in e u DRY GOODS' NOTIONS FURNISHINGS CLOTHING HATS & CAPS GROCERIES PROVISIONS TOBACCOS WINDOW GLASS PAINTS & OILS MACHINE OILS QUEENSWARE ENAMELWARE TINWARE STOVES AND RANGES BUILDING PAPER ROOFING FURNITURE CARPETS SHOES & SHOES &SHOES HARDWARE American FENCE BARB WIRE SALT FERTILIZER STONE WARE Doors and Windows SCREEN DOORS SCREENIWIRE WAGONS CULTIVATORS PLOWS FARMING TOOLS HARNESS and SADDLES -- The Bank of J- n FLOUR & FEED U. G. Manager MT. VERNON t . The Bank of Mt. Vernon GEO. S. Manager LIVINGSTON r 3 -" . f o FURS 4 AND HIDES e Baker Griffin J - IJK3W&I non-gripin- JOHJWE&CO. Suttf. tr -- - .j., T "V JR f? Carlton, twenty three, d pre Irty MT I 1 '111 I A IKonw Will Lin J :, v" ",uauJ o fticVilrrifil - """"-- " u,uuuvl " apartment house on fifty fU'st Friday, April 3, 1914 street and Broadway. Miss Carlton was taken to sixty eighth every Friday by Published street police station, charged with EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, selling liquor without license. : Miss Carlton's tuito, the police $I.OO say, has been under surveillance ONE YEAR UBSCRIPTION for some time. The police were on unable to gam an entrance until Advertising rates made known Jones, posing as a millionaire, seapplication cured an introduction to Miss Carlton. He made several visits MEMBER OF to the place, but was nnable to KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION secure evidence until today. According to Detective Jones and Dolan, McQuade offered each of them $5. on the steps of the police station if they would suppress certain evidence against Miss Carlton. McQuade was placed under arLet the Gleen-Greerest charged with attempted 'brilaw be a good law or a bad bery. one as the case may be, who has ever seen an expression from our Couniry Life Conference. lor or A Country Life Conference is to citv dailies, editorially, against? Just wait until the mat be held in Louisville, April ter.is adiusted and watch the 10, to be participated in by fam-erCourier Journal howl "I told you business men and others who V PR N O N X Viv-M s ft NIIA I I Wl I 1 s ll.'lliHL.J .Jri-- MM -- ii.rsEttrtr?.??..- Djii'i". - i I" "" "ST -- V jr -- 5' MMMttanMtaa eai Ff L2H n For Ea s te r A New Suit? A New Top Coat? A New Hat? 70 s, so. are interested in rural uplift. Speaker Clark and majority In the coming conforence at have made a Louisville the farmers will be told leader Underwood no ess of it in opposing Wilson's something about the bene6ts of in the handling of farm products, such as poultry, s eggs, vegetables, fruits: in the breeding and selling of livestock; in the operation of creameries and in other ways. Some of the leadCaleb Powers says he feels his ers in such movements wili attend mind changing and may yet decide the conference and will recite their to make the race for Gongress. experiences for the benefit of those The majority of the votors say who are seeking information. they fell theirs change when they There will be discussions of var-lou- s voted for him the last time, two matters affecting rural life, years ago. such as roads, churches, schools Wilson. Who is Wilson? Ask sanitary improvements and social conditions. Clark or Underwood. This conference is merely a conTO THE BAPTIST OF ROCK- tinuation of the annual Tneetings which have been held for many CASTLE COUNTY Sunday April 12th has been set years under the title "The Conference for Education in the apart as Missionary day in all the Baptist Sunday Schools of the South." This fact stamps the gathering at Louisville as a meetSouth land and as representative nation-wid- e importance and of the Mission Board of Rockcas- ing of one of such scope and value as tle As'sociation I am appealing to where you receive the largest the leading styles of the leading makthe Twenty Seven Hundred Bap- Kentuckians not often are prividegree of value we are thinking of tist f our Association to make a leged to attend. your ers because we We hope that as many as possi special effort to make as liberal the broad definition of the word some of you wish a touch of tbc exan offering as thev possibly can ble of the pttbhespirited citizens' service-valu- e cost-valu- e, will attend this value on that day. We also imuo cur of Rcikcastlo treme some the more conservative Ratts to Louisvillewil friends who are not members all combined and satisfaction-valu- e, be ou for the occasion- of our churches or Sunday schools The people will not only be to aid in this noble work tatistics told how to do things they will show that more than one milbe shown how. exists in both extreme and conservative, lion foreigners come to our counPresident Wilson was invited to try every year, we are trying to and the you in the broad-value-w- ay here for you. and we have be present at this conference, but give every one of them a copy of early season buyer derives from The Bible printed in their own has declined the invitation on ac count of pressing duties at Wash language, besides, the opening of service and satisfaction more Panama Canal necesitates our ington. He said that the tempta the offsets the snving in buying late well, we have served you we sending Missionaries to that field tion to accept was great inasmuch unless our brethren do heroic as he considered the meeting one be uncomfortaseason pickups you to look the new Spring Styles of the greatest importance and inwork we will not be able to meet ble for or three months buy or not, as you please all of our obligations some of our terest. You cannot afford to miss 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 goods Need we say GOVERNOR THATCHER'S April. We trust others will do are here -- the welcome sign is LECTURE. likewise. Lets all rally the Gove: nor M. H. Thatcher will forces and have the largest contributions to Missions to report in deliver his famous lecture on the "m vj CK Panama Canal, under the ausour history. : Pay in your money to the near- pices of the Woman's Club of Mt est church, or you can mail direct Vernon, April 10th, 1914, at 7:30 $S'.50eo$6.00 to W. D. Powell, Secretary of p.m. at Chapel Hall, Graded J Building. Ky., or if School Missions, Louisville, Governor you prefer you can mail to me and Thatcher's service in the Canal Zone was of great length,' and he 1 will forward it for you. is perfectly familiar with the hisYours in the work, tory of the promotion and conALBRIGHT, A. E. Brodhead, Ky struction of the canal the greatest engineering feet known to the world, the work of American En Police gineers and the realization of jhe "Millionaire" dream of centuries. As Broadway Raid the Governor enjoys theall know The March meeting of the Wo. New. Telephone Lines New - New Telephone Stations. distinchave been put J. Harve Brown, Level Green. E 3) $ PEOPLES $ BANK $ tion of being an eloquent speaker man's Missionary Society of the poles and wires Wil- - T. Bryant, Pine Hill depot. A. Presbyterian church proved to be ud between Mt. Vernon and AS of the entertaining type and an DETECTIVE DISGUISED ' Telephone H. Hamjin, residence Mt. Vernon. orator of wide reputation. We one of snecial interest. The fol die by the Mt Vernon SPENDER will Show the at R. A Welsh's is now Jasse NJaJone, Co, Direct connection are fortunate in securing him as lowing program was presented : - residence, made from here to Climax, ConBlows ! one of the speakers of this, our Hymn Society. the On Bribery Broker way and Johnetta. On the Clifirst year of the lecture course for Devotionals Led by Miss McCord $ Charge As Sequel of Arrest Mt. Vernon, and it is to be hoped Quartette, Misses Bertha Litton, max or Clear Creek lines are the following telephone stations: that the citizens of Rockcastle lor Injuria aai Ckildrea, Rae Hunt, Mattie Huff, Hardin Moore, store, Climax Under red ink box car letters County will take advantage of and Elsi Rhea. Tli KM Yw Han Always BhM Ab-neof the Tunning across entire top of page being informed on a subject of so Roll Call Responded to by quota- J. J. Berry , residence; R. J. the Wonderful to all Americans store; J. D. Pennington store; Bars th of March much interestso well equipped. tie New York Journal tions from missionaries. and by a man Mason Anglin, residence; James Signature of 18th publishes a column in coc Business session. A TEXAS WO.N DER Wolf, residence; I. C. Bullen & nection with arrest made in that Song'with Japanese chorus, Lay down your hammers. Stop The Texas Wonder cures kidney Misses Julia and RuthLandrum, Sons, store and residence, Wildie; knocking. Boost Hammer users city by detective William O. Jones. residence, Wildie; W. H. Jones Mr. Jones is a son of Mrs. Mahala and bladder troubles, removing and Dorothv Albright. Dr.R. H. Lewis, residence, Wil-die- . are much in the minority. There Jones of this place and had exper grauel, cures dianets, weak and The Immigration Question, On Johnetta liner J.W; oughtn't to be any. of the kidneys ience in the U. S. Navy before heJ all irregularities Miss McCord. Drop that prejudice and jealousy W. joined the police force of the big and in boty men and women. Questions and Answers on Japan, Chasteen, store, Johnetta; J. 11 were yet remains ine leusi 01c 01 Lee, post office, JohneOa; Jack it in your system and use at least city some years back in which po- Regulates bladder troubles in conducted by Mrs. Brown. sition he rapidly rose to a respon- children. If not sold by your Missions in Japan, MissOlarkson.l Abney, David Abney and Jack part of.your time in the general Every Banking Facility sible place in the mounted police druggist, will be sent by mail on Home Life in Japau, M jss Rowlee t oewoli 'between Johnetta and upbuilding and bettering of your Smith and town and county. Brush Creek. H. L. arm of the service where he gave receipt of 81.00. One small bottle Prayer Chain. stores, Brush eminent satisfaction. A few in two months treatment, nd sel- Japanese Etiquette Miss Ream. G. T. Johnson Creek. transferred dom tails to perfect a cure. Snd XKOnths since he was During the business session the the Convenience of the People tollaspector Dwyers squad, de- for testimonials from his and other iouowiug omcera wci,e urcuicu Conpver P." OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY year: . tective department in which he is states. Dr. B. W. Hall, 2926J LIBERAL COMMISSION AND President Miss Clarkson Sold Oliye street, St. Louis, Mo. a.king good. SALARY to look after our busiVice Pres. Miss McCord. T millionaire from by Druggist. MT. VERNON, KV, "Posing as ness in your community. InterSecretary Miss Rowlee. the West, with nothing to do but esting, dignified, healthful work. Fron tRooas over Baker's Store dx Treasurer Mrs. Furnish. ; 'PEOPLES BANK S. Phone $ detective Jones, spend money, International Magazine Company, Secretary of Literature, FOR FLETCHER'S; attired in swagger clotnes, toaay II9 W. St., New York City. Mrs. J. W. Brown. Miss Laura raided the suite of policy in Canal tolls repeal bill. Both will be relegated to back seats. Congressman Sherley, ol Louisville, looms largely upon the hoiizon. A New Tie? A New Shirt? New Shoes? is p Two timely views of this store for men The Style View know buy We have selected from the wants The Business View You buy and continue to " " con-veuiij- n. -S- We know that good style brought it This store aims to serve most You are to judge at how want This than Why two up-to-da- te more? The out wiMir mom. Sutton & McBee Make $ A Straw Way Held Wind CASTORIA $ Have you". Noticed y, yzifZZZ? Growth $ PEOPLES BANK there's a reason. $ $ SAFE AND SOLID $ For $ $ AMPLE RESOURCES $pC3ldD3iS9e3e3 H Dentist Use Us $ Oliildrau Cry ' CASTORIA 1 yx3cae3863c3 $ $ $1 a C3W 1 ij ' S5KsKS5Sg5 -- t ii J nrfWIi P i 1 4 J! .v MP W X..U91 "3TV K . r -- inill JIMHUJUHNUIK v MUMMr??. r r ?": II ii 4 J". ii , . . ;- y . t - mi Z iLiV'i?- IV TTTjarger'Towh. " " Ttieounty "Board of Education-wil- l To HieWomSfl of Kkcastlc Mrs. N6aks, mother of .JotIn meetnexuTnesday. Noaks of Pine Hillr-- died"'- - Shu ffayd "VFKIbrG snfoke Stacks forMt. Ver- County: Couference for Education Are you going to Louisville for The Mt. Vernon, Ky ApriF& 1914 To avoid unkind criticism: Say non. il Ev'eny-fihihonfer in the South will meet this yeat in nothrogBe iiftthl'igi Da Wthid'J ; now from every- the Southern Education Louisville, April 7th to idfch I ence; you can't afford to miss it. xip 'No. 79" wnen waa to SIGNAL .79 Mrs. Hansel, of" tue GhestpTEft where at Fish's for Easter wear. Communis This Conference dates cats with af Jarvis ridge section, mother If you wish to be shown how to era in Kentucky history, a new Gpv. .Thatcher, iormer Gover and. the "",' nor of Panama" Canal Zone, will do things in the very best way, Hansel,-dieMonday. future work, will be largely among The post office here is first lecture at the Graded School next attend the Southern Educational women. Conference to be held in place that has been wired for the Friday evening. Hear him. On the Conference program new electriclight plant. Woman's problems and the affairs Bauber fcHOP. New location at : The Courier Journal of March of the homeare dominant themes. Round, tripto. r Atlanta, A 10. 2 0 - Fish's corner. Newly outfitted. LOU IS VI LLC A. N AKHVILLC R. R. CO. Oct-limited to Oct. 17th. W. T. Todd, razor and scissors 31st has an account of the South- Housekeeping is the most importern Educational Conference to be ant of all occupations. TIME TABLE. ' Apr. Account of General Convenlion.of manipulator. held in Louisville, April 7th to Those in charge want at least .: . 4.59 p m Christ. 22 uortn The young Ladies of the-- local 10th. Read it and go. if oossible. two women from each educational ... ,.... 3:53,a m Round trip to Nashville $:.95, Christian Endeavor Society will 24 norm The most disgusting creatures division. 11:43 am May 8th to 13th, limited to May have lots of good things to eat on 23 south.'. Will Yotu not go and get the know-it-all- s on earth are these '. 21 oouth 12:19 am 30th. Account of Southern Bap sale at Fish's store all dav benefit of exhibits and demonstrawho never do anything but spend tions, and ' , ,. discussions. Jas. Landrtoj,. Agent. tist Convention. their. time criticising the fellow Sincerely yours. J Phone No. 8. Low-CutSanitary Shop. Todd's place who is trying.to do something in Clothing,' Dry Goods, Rose McCord, building next to the world. Member of Women's ComMt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice everything new to wear, arriving under Masonic Entered at, the daily now at mail matter. mittee for Statewide Fish's store, everything new as second-clas- s attendance. Sutton & McBee's. OPENING! except the barber who allows you On Saturday, April 4th, 1914, I PERSONAL W". T. Todd cordially invites to 'sleep while giving you a shave. SMiBBleaishci will have my spring opening of Apr. saniMiss Evelyn Gardner, is in you to inspect his Caused By Germs tary barber shop "under Masonic' ";, Do You-WisTo Dye anything? Millinery. Notions, etc., and would Louisville for a few days. : be glad to have you come in and :, or have it done? See C.H. Mullins, Cashier F. L. Thompson, Jr., building next Fish's corner : see my stock of .goods which you j Genus get under the ikln er la k. broken The Commercial Club has'. under Masonic' building, expert will find complete 'in every detail. was in Louisville, Sunday. place, and It U hard to set rid ol them. clothing- -, hat cleaner. New lo'A- Pus sores or pimples and George Proc- brought out some good ideas which F. Very respectfully yours, follow. OR. BELL'S will be put in effect next week, cation and everything 'sanitary. Sunday. tor, were in Louisville Mrs.G. S. Hiatt. Every citizen of Rockcastle will.be Apr. 3 Judge G.M. Ballard was in interested "t On account of so much rain the - i&.-lJones, who recently visisoon destroys these germs and keens them therein. clean and healthy until naiura neais. usa it on McKee during the week the face, ltns, in the nose, anywhere, for it of the electric lights ted' his nrotlieTp. Mrs. Mahala When in town Saturday, .drop construction CLEAN. AHU MCA.I.IMU. B. Lair, of the Rose'Hill: Mrs. Joties, of place, stopt off at TU It By The Ball". in and have Cox & Wheeldon give has been slow. That the w ather N"ewYork-t- this community, continnes very low. sea his bi other. W. you a shave ofr hair cut and4ypu has cleared up the work will be A. Jones and at the latter's soS. B. Ramsey and family are pushed, as rapidly as possible. t will be a regular patron Are you'a Limer? moving to Line Creek for the licitation took service with the shop hereafter, Next door to The "Masons from this place, NewYork" Central"- railroad as ensummer. The ritual ot Lime Kiln .Club has postoffice. who attended the burial of f. gineer in the yards. He has formSheriff and Mrs. Cam Mullins a smattering of m my societies; the Every one 'is invite'd to .the Henry Fish" at Crab Orchard were erly- run out ofJP&rtland, Maine, Red Stars, Buffaloes, are rejoicing over the arrival of. Highlanders Conference for Education next" greatly pi eased at the courteous on the Maine Central. boy baby. Night Riders, Knights of the week. There are no fees, no treatment and attention bestowed Little Miss Dorothy Albright membership dues, only a move upon 'them by Crab Orchard's The Charleston (S. C.) Evening Golden Rule, Tenians and nearly in London from was with relatives Post of March 25th states that every known order on the Globe. by a philanthropic body of men to citizens. Saturday until Tuesday. young George Payne of their uplift the conditions of human life.' C. B. Henderson, now of Win-slo- county, who is pitching for the Mrs. Marie "Wyatt, of CincinW. H. ..:Cottongim has been Arizona, encloses a letter to Charleston Club of the S. A. nati, spent the week with her sisnamed as Postmaster at Livings- Secretary of Boone Wav Club League, held Connie Macks, Philater, Mrs. S. F. Bowman. ton and Dannie Owens rececived here, lrom his district Congress- delphia Athletics, down to a score Mrs. Margaret Grimes has rethe appointment at Brodhead. man, Hon. Carl Hayden, in which of to o, in favor of the Athletic turned to Lexington -- after a The appointments 5 : heypromises-tlendrVassista'nce oV- - that-ate- . Trie achletics are 1 week's visit to home folks here. the recommendation of Senator to Senator Bradley's bill wbfen the" world's champion team and it G. T. Johnson has moved his James. brought to a vote looks as if our George is some family to Orlando, where l;e is 'A: H. Hamlin yhasoreceived his engaged in the mercantile busiMrs. Whitaker, aged 71 'years piteheiy 3& Commiscommission as Forest ness. died Saturday after an illness of NOTICE, n sioner for'the county. The about twenty four hours. The Mrs. Maud Sproule, Mrs. John Don't forget the entertainment of the forests is an'im- - deceased was the mother of Mrs. at the Graded School building, on Pike and Mrs. H. E. Christie were portant matter and the .qffice.held I .ArG. Lovell and a sister of Miss We Meet You On The Level up from Brodhead Tuesday shop- by Hamlin one is of more impor- Kate Moore. Short services Were April the 10th, notice of whloh and aot on the square, when you ping. tance, than the 'general public will held at the homecm Sunday after- appears- tJiswnts:ejm tnis issue, come here for hardware. No mat This is. the lird .umber of the W. H. Fish has been confined at first consider, A noon, conducted by Mr. W. 'H. Lecture Course. "However, the ter whether you want a tew screws his room for the past week very to A point to. consider when, you Cox, after whien-- . reburiaL'.toofc' secfmd was postponed and wltf be or nana or a high-grad- e special sick with throat trouble and bill patronize the barber shop. ZWhat place in ElrawoodvCentetery.- - : . 1. gjvencluring; therJatter pamofrl tool we allow no misrepresentation. ! ious attack. Buy here once and you'll Condition- - will the barber' leave my betFarm Insurance. The farm April. There are three entertain- ter hardware service at get Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Owens, face? If you have Cox & Wheel 'less cost were here from Preachersville, to insurance department of the Home ments yet to be given. Season than you ever got before, don do your work, tnere is never Insurance Co., which "was discon tickets for the remaining 'numattend the burial ot little Ruby any trouble about a sore face. c. c, COX, , of bers may be obtained at Chas. C. tinued on Maroh.7th,as. Meadows. Next door to postoffice. Davis'.drug Store 'for 75 cents' for Opposite Court House, the Gleen-Gree- n Insurance law,We are glad to see our good ticket 'and All are welcome to the Confer has resumed business and to" the the ".three. , Ruy-o- ur Mt. Vernon, Ky. who has friend J. J. Hysinger from paralytic ence in Louisvilje and,auy 'county.; lEarmers we wish to say that we select your seat now. suffering been thatvfails to send . representatives are now reaqy your TLime stroke gradually improving. Kiln Clu$... j The recent-- ' "men' ""arid' "demand for insurance. 'When to this meeting:'-"bot- h" FOR. FLETCHER'S Mrs. S C. Franklin visited her wo'men-ily organized club, No. iol,at this s ".losing one qLtheaJrejit .you insure inv of --New" mother, Mrs. Margaret Griffin, ' Twenty' opportunities that has ever rYprk you have jhe best to be had. and orother, George Griffin- - near were-r- . initiated during Produce:- - Bring your" produce come to the State of Kentucky. ' "' E. S. Ar.BRitJHa?, 'ftgenr', - ' the. wee'k. " Wildie, Saturday and Sunday. Their ' present'quar-"- 1 of every kfnd to W. R. McCiurc ' Let:'Rdcecas,ae''.be -- well X$pe-seute- d :?: Mt. Vernon, KyJ fer&are'fh-- ' Kruqger Hall. The Mt, Wheeler Meadows, of Lebanon Vernon and gerthebest prices by a large delegation. To the many friedds and rela- writer was shown thru the work in cash, Junction and Brother Freemon Mch. 20 3t. We are short our Brodhead were here Sunday to attend the tives who were so kind to us in on Wednesday and he enjoyed it correspondence this "vee.k, for the REour bereave meni,vwe extend :our immensely. TherCjareno initiation CLEARS COMPLEXION burial of little Ruby Meadows. reason that our splendid reporter MOVES SKIN BLEMISHES fees for the first one hundred join most sincere thanks. We can never Mrs. Georgia McClure and Mr. Mr. John Robins had to "go to forget any who'showed us Why go through life embarrasswere up the'least' ing the order There are, now 79 and Mrs. Dock Oliver Stanford to have his little daugh- sympathy when we members who live-i- various, parts ed and disfigured with pimples, needed it so from Livingston to attend the ter, Mildred, operated upon. Dr. badly. May we be able to return of the county. We meant to give eruptions, blackheads, red rough burial of Mr. and Mrs. Meadows' W. F. Carter took, his little son skin, or but are' Eczema, suffering the tortures of all in some measure some time. the names of the officers little daughter. itch, tetter, salt rheum. Hicks, along and he was Charles enjoyned to se.cre'cy. There is a Just ask your Druggist for Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Asher were operated upon at the same time. Praying God's blessings rest chief Lineman; a Woodman, Coal- Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Fol passengers on No. 22 the Louis- Drs. Brown and Southard per- heavily on each. of us, while we enroute to formed the operations which were can never be aa we once were, we man; Slmveler; Poker; Custodian low the simple suggestions and ville train yesterday fear, but we shall never forget the (of barrels) Slackman, Driller and your skintvorries are over. Mild Mitchell, Oregon, where they will very successful. soothing, many who were so kind and good Packman. Meetings ever now babies andeffective. Excellent for make their future home. delicate, tender skin. and then. Are you a "Limer'? Stops chapping. Always ANNOUNCEMENT to us. helps. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Furnish Mr. and Mrs. J.'T. Meadows If not, get busyand get the pass Relief or money back. 50c, at We wish to announce that we for Ohio, to will leave tomorrow your Druggist. word and oountersign. visit Mrs. Furnish's parents. will have our Spring Opening of One of the sadest deaths that has Mrs. Furnish will remain with Millinery goods Saturday April occured in our town in many invited, to atthem for several 'weeks. Mr. 4th. Everybody little-- . Rub-- Mea- dwill tind 'this "depart Furnish will be gone a week as tend. You rows, winch came atd8 o'clock lasthe willspend a few days at War ment complete" in every detail; Saturday jnorning, following two the seasons newest creations, also saw on his return. weeks intense' suffering . from We are .glad to report Mrs J. W. a big assortment from the baby rheumatism'"and other VanWinkle and Miss Frances cap up, and a wide range of complications. On account of the t Sparks, both of whom underwent prices, prices to suit every body, serious illness of Mrs. Meadows', serious operations at Paris last something you do not find in the "short services were held at the week, improving. Miss. Sparks ordinary hat shop. Do not for grave, instead of the home is sufficiently improved for Mr. get the date Saturday April 4'th by Rev. Sutton & McBee. and Mrs. Sparks and Miss Bess the- - Baptist Allen of. church. to return home. Commonwealth's Attorney Rich, iMany oCthe relativ.es, and friends rd G. Williams, of Covingtop,.is:J of.the cflSorrowing family were LOCAL eing accorded ascendency in the present, and as they looked upon discussion of Democratic possibili .the. sweet p'lacid'little "body in its Hello Climax. ties, says the Cincinnati EnquTrer1 white casket'a'nd surrounded by Easter Post Cards at Fish's. His friends are saying that he beautiful and f ragrant flowers-- -. and assist not criti1 would make a strong candidate yet no more beautiful or pure than find fault. cise and .H.i and also jthat the little.face within thefr hearts' for Attorney-GenerIndustrialism, as it changes and be would make a good man for swelled, in sympathy for the bebetters human environments, is Lieutenant Governor. He is tnow reaved family. But let' us not President of the Association of think of little, Ru,by. as, dead, but the true civilizing agent. -- .. i. Ji- , cot' j: i Commonwealth's Attorneys 'and asJivinginotas.a flower, that lias "Co operation" is the "law of as withered, 'but" as.oneHhar is .trans . life and growth (Motto of Mt is serving nis second "term" Attorney for planted, and" touched by a Divine' Commonwealth's Vernon Commercial Club.) Kenton county. He is widely hand, is blooming in richer color , -v No good, sensible, working bee known and is popular in Kentucky,, fand sweeter fragrance than those listens .to advice of ahed bug on For four years' he was county ofearth. 'JI .' , the subject ot business. How are judge ot Rockcastle county, which 'There is no .death?- - 'The'stars go " you classified ? 1 "'down has a republican majority fof ap,5 J . was TT uT . Men are under the donrainHof proximately 800, and fairer shb'tie,5 r ..J. SittA J '" e ctifiOoli M Naural: Ijaw as much as bees. elected hy j&ojatqo minority M& BfigSft'fi tieavenis jeweled ziiizz. vn zt.y i C :,n?! i) s ! crown 1$. Megucceed only by working with overhis; republican pponeht; ' .c x ,rheJwiin6VXor-other- . Cincinnati Enquirer, men. Tfiershmeorever more." k&t Ml'. VtRMON' . r. SlTatsTAL- -- ' - . .. .,. -- ...,.., . - tw - 79 U d - h. MOR ll JL Y -- DAYS .... , 3-- '-" ,- . th, Are all there are left for you to get ready for 3-- 3t B. 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 Parade Sunday, April I2th s, -- up-to-dat- e 3-3- 1. h -- 3-- ,. Antiseptic Salve J o You know that is the day everybody wants to wear their new spring clothes and if you have not already purchast your spring outfit we want to show you the new things from every-wher- e. of-tha- V - w, MAIL ORDERS filled ; were-madegipon- o promptly with the very new-est and best in stock and WE express anywhere on orders of . c--. PAY PARCEL POST or, $J or more " We Stank By What You Buy.;' pres-ervatio- - gfePftS LEADlriOJ -- j Children Qry Tfia Home f Sood Clothes. .'j t the'-EIome- laceMs-flourishirig- f new-member- s CASTORIA 7 Maie onr (hm Floi an&EarnBlsProfifsJiesidzs The 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 yourself, besides the big profits you earn srindine the finest of flour tot others, with the wonderful 11 't. WITH Money DicB "Midget" Marvel SELF-CONTAINED )30Days ROLLER FLOUR MILL years-nwas;thatpf x -- The great English mill inventor Tattersaira crowning achievement that's revolutionized the milling business and is rnakimr bie money for so many othcr3. A complete flour mill in one small case. Hakes Hlch as SO bills. Finest Flour a Day YouOUJrhttohnve&M?r?rt,Tmw-wnrrinifm- vnn puum y uuy m me year, increasins your income ana insuring y0u. you can compete wuo 013 axe. uucirenoeacB any mill, large in small, as wiui it or i t makes A Barrel of Bettsp Flour Cneaner" PeoDle will flock to you with their T wheat and for your K. flour because no " bitter Soar on bitmillid. BsDurastalr ona sua.s3ult gpxce xad hul pir. in joss" can run 11 ngai ma us tun. Trial Free iGuarantiftk ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health fe T.lf. Y' lHow No Previous MMIInz- Ezperience Necessary Ra "Hiawt" EMM a ktUr lnisz for too. Toots oa 30 din frea trill xoniT hu.i ninilii. Oar big fret took. "Tl ttsry o(s Vo&dirhl floor XU1." UUi tU-fn- iM, wnu ior it sot. i&rT ftiait(,tU. ANGLO -- AMEJUCAN- MILL CO, lac. 517 Trust Bid. OwsssbaMwKr. Co-opera- te al and -- Saves Money ::?aiia" a W UHD5STAK5S AtAMi? ib &ii Our line of JCouch JCaakets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e Gomnsfnrnislied gj & m -- J .iSyivx? vt ivvi -- Hearse sent 'to all parts of ' he County 4, Makes Better t't -. " '. All MHJ orders by Wire PromptlyJRiHed mw 94-S s- -' ,,.,'.. !g Phone wwjfJ '3 .,'. l'iX MT. . , VERN-O-.. T t ,' . i l: yw.- - - W - .v.- - ?f iJliB3BgW"lWs5fcsr - rnv wij - i: ibiii STRENGTHENS WEAK AND TIRED WOMEN "I was under a. great strain nursing a relative through three months sickness," writes Mrs. J. O VanDeSande, ofKirkland, 111. and "Electric Bitters kept me from breaking down I will never be without it. " Do you feel tired "" T' 111 1J,.MJ',"l"ff "f"3 LETEL ttliEEN. HOPEWELL -T- --- IChas. C Davis Mt. Vernon Ky. DRUGS Chas.C. Davis Mt. non Ky. My Phone No, is (39) thirty-nin- e. We open shop at 7 o'clock am. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m. You are cordially place at any time hours. We don't anything yon don't welcome in our during our shop want to sell you want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you Let us show you, do want CHAS. G DAVIS Ky. Mt. Vernon Hi TOMACII TRODBL! FOR The'revival that was being Miss Mary Barnes and Hessie conducted at the Methodist Niceley are both numbered with church by the Rev Jones, closed the sick. Rev. Charlie Carmical last Sunday night with several filled his regular appointment at additions. Dr W. E. McWilliauis Flat Lick Saturday and Sunday. was called Friday to see Mr. Jep Madam rumor says there is to be very sick, but another wedding in this neighborand worn out? No appetite and Mullins who was food won't digest? It isn't the is improving now Vic Price who hood in a short time, but will an spring weatber, Vpu need Elec has a good position at Stanford nounce it later. Little John Hantric Bitters. Start a month's spent a part of last week with his treatment nothing better mother here. Misses Cora and sel spent Sunday with his little cousin. Virgie Arnold for stomach, liver and kidneys. The great spring tonic. Relief or Bee Eldrige were up from Pu- Miss Ola Robins spent Saturday Saturday niht with her cousin, Mrs. Milt Rash. money back. 50c. and $i.oo, at laski and spent and Sunday with Misses " Ola and vour Druggist. Married March 23rd. Frank Kate DeBord. R. B Hatcher ot Price and Miss Annie Reynolds, Notice: Just received a car lpad of Bowker Fertilizer for farm Lebanon Jet. is spending a few Rev. Carmical performed the days with his mother here; he is ceremony. Rev. James Barnas and garden. None bettei, ptict just recovering from an attack of will preach at Hopewell next Sunright. measles and is not able to be at day. Mrs. Katie Stokes spent R. L. McFerron, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. t Saturday and Sunday with her Mch. Mt. Vernon, Ky. work. of Acada spent Sunday with sister, Mrs. Maggie Perciful. Notice: All parties holding their daughter, Mrs. O. J. Mullins. Mr. George Perciful has bought a claims against the Estate of A. M Mr. and .Mrs. Wm. Hurst at- farm from Mr William Singleton, will present tended the filth Sunday meetiug Bradley deceased, near Hopewell church. Rev. Jas same to me properly proven. Al at Oak Hill lest Saturday and Cummins was expected at Hopeto the estate Sunday. MUses Mollie and Alza well on so those indebted last Sunday but by some will please call and arrang? settle- Owens have been confined to their means he failed to come, but as ment. rooms for several days with luck will have it Rev. Clouse was Fred Bradley, measles. Rev. D. R. Gentry was there and preached for the small Mch 2I 3t. Admr, A. M. Bradley, down from Quail most of last congregation and the church Deceased. week. He and his wife will prob Elected him pastor for this year, ably move here for the summer, so lets all that can conveniently be glad to we would certainly attend church and try to encourwith us again. F. F. age Bio. Clouse and enable him to have them Mullins was a pleasant caller in come each and every month for to-da- - 1 ll U pi fifc mm UniJ 1and liis For Infants mw.mmMmmmwm tlie Kind You Have l&AMWli 7rv, ';' 1 sz- 1 . - . : Children. last-week- . Pri j. hiHVW SbBEi'. Jist; ,i. 1 Always Bought W ii Ms mum .m HM Bears the iMSI gfiBSH Signature simiiaung incxooaanuRcguIa-lingUiStomachs anilBowelsof e ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AaclablcrreparalionrcrAs-- l tf t -- TJ r4'iJi - PromofesDiestionJCheerfd-ncssandRestContalnsneitlC- T ''Of. ?. 3W "' Opium.Morphin rtorJliocral of Van-hoo- k NOT NARCOTIC. fe22rt,.i ' 20-3- xeoC!dIt,TMTT.mUicIl fiapLiiiSeed m in V2 y!nto'-t- n 2 lUVattasSm IfsmSstd- CfertJfrfJJrar. f WW; YihZyrial Apcrfect Remedy for ConsRpa-lio- 1 m Sour StoroacIi.DIarrhuei Yorms.Convuls"msIevEns!r mm Al Use For Over ness amlloss OF SLEEP. T&cSuniL: Signature saS-nB- . of XlIE CCNTAUIl COMPAST, tZnf .fl1!!.- NEW yOKK. Thirty Years 11 - FIVE YEARS I decided to Bigger Hatches Eggs hatch better if the hens are in perfect condition. Majority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. Hughes Would Die, But take his advice, although I did not have any confidence in it. I ptgtts. One Helped Him to have now been taking Black-Draug- ht Poultry Regulator pays big the year 'round. It prevents disease, sharpens the appetite, improves digestion. You'll get more "live" eggs more and stronger chicks. Packages S5c, SOc, $1.00. 25 Recovery. for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. Black-Draug- Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting ad- I am so thankful for what has done for me." Black-Draug- ht ht Thedford's has been (5) years, and found a very valuable medicinefor destomach trouble for five would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, 1 vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows: "I was down with lb. pail, fZSO. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back. Refuse substitutes; insist on Pralts. Get PratU 160 page illustrated Poultry Hook. It our village Sunday. Mr. utul Mrs. Edd Brown spent Ssnday with his parents here. Misses Bessie and Clara DeBoad have returned from a months visit to their sister M rs. Wade Brown at N. McAlister, Oklahoma. Mr VV. A. Catron was down from Tuesday Cedar Creek and G. E. Price was ii. Wednesday. Mt. Vernon Wednesday on busi ness G. N. Bi'ay was in our village again Sunday after an ab sence of several Sundays on account of a severe attack of measlesHarve Palmer of Lee county, is . whsn we 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 to encourage the young boys and girls to become Christians. The farmers in this part are very busy plowing and fenc mg and making ready to plant corn. Little Hobert Barnes is pff buararlccd. r- under the roalaj irtiiiSisSSSSsSiSESBii K 1 Ii Exact Copy of Wrapper. THCCtNTlUn COMPANY. NCWVOBKCITY. suffering with sore eyes,, Mr Billy Kirby who is working at Butler spent Saturday and Sun lay with home folks. BEWARE 0FO1NTMENTS FOR CATARRH THAT CONTAIN MERCURY s mercury will surely destroy the er.se ot smell aud completely de range the whole system when iitermg it through the mucous Such article should surfaces. never be used except on pre scriptions irora reputable physi cians, as the damage they will do you can .s ten fold to the good inssiblv derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. neney & Co., Toledo, O., con. tains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system. In buying, HalPb Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally ind made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials I .( ' xx,xjmmwJi'Mjaif.-- - The SAFE boys' magazine taffiflteSbodOialy $1 All boy forall bojs, notachlTd'apaper. Clean as a walst!, t nil ot pictnrca, 26 to '.Z pages every month. ManlT.lnspirin:: storicaof traTcl.adven-ta- r. athlrticaL hitorr. school lifo- - written br laortpopulT boys authors. Instrartiro special artlclca. Fino articled on football and other sports. .Departments ot .JIcnanlr, iilectririty. rhotocr?nhy. Popular Science. How to llaku ThH,-- 3. Staap Collcctlnir. Chlckpns. Pets, s. Inventions and r.'atural Wonders. I i x:nc- ll'v here running Mr, James Van-hook- s a year SOLD& GUARANTEED . tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely did not seem to do me any good. I got so S. C. DAVIS .iWilwJ .Ti . bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young, and old, and should be and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. He advised me to try would die. Get a package today. . t, !Diedford'sJLBiack-Drauhjjandquit, Only a quarter f tM i farm. Mr. Vanhooks fami back this ly will probably tome spring. We are very sorry to reb) port that Uncle Logan Denney had a light stroke of paralysis while at Sunday last Sunday, He was to the taken school. of his daughter, Mrs. Cyrus-Burtonhome and up to this time he is not any better 1 I &. m Send Subscriptions to OlU-lNlL. y $ w)Bf" One application soothes and heals a'roueh pimplvikin.and.when repeated .Quicklveffccts U'.cers and all skin diseases yield to its curative properties. a cure. Eczema. Erysipelas. Tetter. Snd iuc a box. At all uruszists. for free sample and book. "Health and Beauty." JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY&CO., 1-1IL DIVORCE YOURSELF From Dirt, Dust and Drudgery I1L b.jI i niii1! Jl na J P RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS SHOULD USE 1730 Spring Garden St., Phila., Pa. ChJdren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S OASTO R I A Every Cough Scatters Smoothing v, i ?V3 -- ' Read cndorssrd'.ojwicir patems. bOCOOOosi -- aoo v h . r &; Germs TO STOPTHK SPREAD of colds In the family, allay the first couching ty Soothing and the lnlliraed bronchial tube3 with Dr. Bell'a PINE-TAR-HONEY tree. Sold by druggists. Combination Pneumatic Sweeper Release from broom drudgery from the strain of moving and lilting furniture and bom the dangerous scattering of dust and germs that are raised by the use of the broom and the old fashioned carpet sweeper, can be attained by the uk of the Duntlcy Combination Pneumatic Sweeper, which, Jthough easily operated by hand, creates powerful suction force which draws out all the dirt end dust found in your rugs and carpets and at the same time the revolving brush picks up all lint, pins, threads, ravelings, etc. THE DUHTLElf SWEEPERS are made in three sizes and sold 13 Rheumatism LUMBAGO. GOUT. NEURALGIA AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. SCIATICA. 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