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VERNON, w ROCKCASTLE wiil -- (fcT " it ! wIMMfll 1914 Established 1887 3TUMBBR 25 COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY APRIL 10, Announcing The New Typewriter Describing Daniel Boone and Compan I OLIVER rj No. I ions' Indian Troubles Preservedln our old scrap book and printed some twenty or twenty-fyears ago in the "Hart ive County News," was this most interesting lettei, furnished at that time, by Mrs. J.W.Woods- MODEL AMAZING ANNOUNCE WE The OLIVER No. 7ANa typewriter of superexeellence, with automatic devices and refinements that mark the zenith of typewriter progress. A marvel of beauty, speed and easy ction. Typewriting efficiency raised to the nth power. 7 embodies all previous Oliver innoThe OLIVER'-J- o. g devices never before seen on any vations ard new typewriter. A leap in'advauce which places The Oliver ten yearA ahead of its time. So smooth in action, so light to the touch, so easy to run, that experts are amazed. A model that means to the typist delightiul ease of operation . of typewriting, model that means a higher stouda-'longer and better service. The No. 7 is now on exhibit and sale at all Oliver Branches and Agencies thruout the United States. self-actind on, of great-great-unc- le Munfordsville, whose was the writer. This is the letter: Boonesborough, July 12, 1776. one single man who Will not W. T. Brooks and R. S. Shivel low the example. When I think were in My Dear Sir: the Maretburg section The.situation of our country of the deplorable condition a few Sunday. Tilden Frith has moved is much altered since I wrote you helpless families are likely to be back to his farm one time more, last." The Indians seem determ- in, I conclude to sell my life as and Wm. Potts now occupies the ined to break up our settlement, dearly as I can in their defense, house vacated by Mr. Erith on and I really believe, unless it is rather than make an ignominious Main street. Services of two of possible to give qs some assist- escape. I am afraid it is in vain the biggest educators of the state ance, that the greater part of the to sue for any relief from Vir- of Kentucky have been secured people may fall prey to them. ginia, yet, the convention encour- by the faculty of the Brodhead They have, I am satisfied, killed aged the settlement of this coun Graded School for the commenceseveral, whom at this time, I know try, and why si ould not the ex- ment exercises May 14, I914, Dr. not how to mention. Many are treme part of Fin Castle be as W. B. Adams, President of the missing, who, bometime ago went justly entitled to protection as Georgetown College, will preach out about their business. Fresh any part of the country? If any the Baccalaureate sermon, and H. were carried on H. Cherry, President of signs of Indians are seen every expeditions the Westagainst those nations who are at day. I, think I mentioned to you ern Kentucky State Normal at before some damage they had open war with eachother we might Bowling Green, will deliver the done at Lewistown on the 7th of be in a measure relieved by draw- class address. A full account will this month; they killed one Coop- ing them off to defend their appear later. Mrs. W. P, Rigsby er, on Lickiug creek, and on the towns. If anything under heaven of Preachersville, was with rela14th a man 'whose name I know can be done for us I know of no tives and friends here the first of on the person who would more willingly the week. She was in Mt. Ver. not, at your salt spring same creek. On the same day engage in forwarding us assibtance non Sunday afternqon to see Mrs. they took out of a canoe, within than yourself. I do, at the re- Walter Robins At the last meetsight of this place, Miss Betsy quest and in behalf of all the ing the Town Board of Trustees women and children and an ordinance was passed making Calaway, her sister Frances, and it a daughter of Daniel Boone, the the inhabitants of this place, ira" a fineof Five dollars to ride a two last were about I3 or 14 years plore the aid of every leading man bicycle on the sidewalks. We old and the other grown. The who may have it in his power to heartily approve of their action, affair happened late in the after-ndo- to give us relief. I cannot write. and hope when they meet again They left the canoe on the You can better guess at my ideas they will make it a fine to use opposite side of the river from us, from what I have said than I can roller skates on side walks, and which prevented our getting over express them, i am, dear sir, forever put af stop to-tboys for some time to pursue them your most effectionately to my lost coasting on the walks with little We could not that night follow moments. wagons, it is very dangerous to J. FLOYD, small children, and very annoynew model has more ira- - penny. Ve shall even continue in more than five miles. Next mornThe To Colonel Preston. ing to large folks ing by daylight, we were upon and should be provements. refinements and new force our popular Copied by Mrs. S. C Franklin. stopped. Miss ve can even enunierute purchase plan, the, same as Qn their tracks, but they had entirely Eila Cax'son-at-- . uscSthan prevented our following .them by IN THE DISTRICT COTJKT OF tended the Southern Educational previous Oliver models. here. & distance apart, thru Conference at Louisville this THE UNITED STATES The OLIVER No. 7 equipped walking some" with The ' 'cushioned the thickest cane they could find. week. -- Cashier A. M. Hiatt and anchor keys" and the new auto with the famous Pnntype. if de- We observed their course, and on FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT (x)Postmaster John Robins were OE KENTUCKY tuatic features mean less work for sired, withdut extra charge. which side they had left sign and Louisviile during the weak. They You owe it to yoursorlf to see traveled upward of thirty miles the hands, less strain on the eyes attended the Southern EducationIn the Matter leso manual and mental effort. the liew machine before you buy We then supposed they would be of InBankmptey al Conference while there. Little ) Mildred Robins was in Mt. VerWith all of'tese masterly me any typewriter at any price. Note less cautious in traveling and SpenckrMuelins Richmond, Ky , April 8,1914. non Saturday and Sunday with chanical improvements .we have us beauty, speed and easy action, making a turn in order to crohs To the cred itors f Spencer M ul- - her aunt, Mrs. Fred Durham. made the machine more beautiful its wonderful automatic devices. their trace, we had gone . but a From every Try it on any work that is ever few miles when we found their lins, ot Withers, in the county of Fred Sowder left Monday for and svmmetrical. standpoint The OLIVER No. 7 done on typewriters. Try it on tracks in a buffalo path, pursued Rockcastle and disi i ict aforesaid, Richmond where he will enter the many kinds of work that no other and overtook them in going about a Danurupi : xsoti te is nerepy Eastern Kentucky State Nornul, attains superlative excellence. will do. ten miles, just as they were kind- given that on Marc'i L0, 1914, the Miss Minnie Gentry was in Nothing you could wish for lias typewriter Our study said Spencer Mullins vas dulyad-judge- town Sunday on bor way home I is a significant fact that the ling a lire to cook. It been omitted. The new devices' a bankrupt; rtd that the from Richmond, where to get the prisoners she is atand typewriter that introduced such hid been how refinements, improvements without giving the Indians time first meeting of his or. ditors will tending college. She returned to innovations as visiconveniences found on the No. 7 epoch-maknithem after they dis- -' be held at the office of he under Richmond Tuesday. Mrs. Elizarepresent an enormous outlay ble writing, Printype, etc., should to murder covered us. We saw eachomer signed referee in Richn ond, Ky., beth Sowder is quite sick this and vastly increase its value -- Ihc be the first to introduce automatic nearlv at the same time. Fojr of on April 21, 1914, at 2 o'ch.ck p.m., week. Mrs. George M. Faulkner, price has not been advanced one methods of operation. us fired and rushed upon them, at which time the said creditors who has been visiting her brother, by which they were prevented may attend, prove their claims, R. C. Thompson, here, was with from carrying anything away ex- appoint a trustee, examine the relatives in Jellico the first of the CHICAGO. cept one shotgun without any Bflnkrupt, and transact such week The Rev. E. H. Richie Oliver Typewriter Building, ' ammunition. Mr. Boone and other business as may properly filled his iegular appointment at mvself each had a pretty fair come before said meeting. the Methodist church Saturday A. B. Burnam, Jr., shot as they began to move off. I and Sunday. J. Thos. Cherry, of Referee in Bankruptcy. Crab Orchard, and Malcom Al- am well convinced I shot one thru the body. The one he shot dropdridge, of Lancaster, were in town e had none BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR Sunday. Mr. Cherry "was here ped his CATARRH THAT CON The place "was covered with thick Mrs. Granville to see hjs sister, TAIN MERCURY cane, and being so elated over Qwens, who is very sick. Rev. the three little heart- as mercury will surely destroy the A. J. Pike, filled his regular apbroken girls, we vere prevented sense of smell and completely de- pointment at Oak Hill Saturday range the whole system when from making any further search. entering it through the mucous and Sunday. Wo sent the Indians off almost surfaces. Such article should naked some of th&m without never be used except on preSPRING LAXATIVE AND their moccasins, and none of them scriptions from reputable physi BLOOD CLEANSER with so much as a knife or toma- cians, as the damage they win do gbod you can Flush out the accumulated waste hawk. After the girls came to is ten fold to the possibly derive from them. Hall's and poisons of the winter months; themselves sufficient to speak Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F your stomach, liver and they said there were only five In- J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., con- cleans ot all impurities. Take Sidneys and one tains no mercury, and is taken Dr, Kfng's New Lite Pills; nothdians, four Shawa-nes- e Cherokee. They could speak internally, acting' directly u.pon ing better for purifying the blood. ot Mild, g laxative. good English, and they said they the blood and mucous surfaces surely depend upon you can the system. In buying Hall's Cnres constipation. 25c, at your Chayanese town. should go to the Catarrh Cure be sure you get the Druggist. time of trouble is your bank acThe war club we got was like genuine. It is 'taken internally Bucklen's Arnica Salve for All those I Jiave of that nation. and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. Hurts. acquire a to count. Better Several words of their language J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials you have big one by depositing which the girls retained, were free. Sold by 8 known-t- o tne Shawanese. They per bottle. druggists. Price 73c. in-T- he , "1 Cherokees" Take Hall's Family Pills for also told them that-ththe necessity of thinking before You'll Find C im" had killed or driven all the people paying a great Incentive to saving. When f romWataga or thereabouts, and trouble comes what you have been prevented that fourteen Cherokees were then I from frittering away will make a comfortable pn theKy., waiting to do .mis balance. TJca stop hens laying chief. If the war becomes gener and check the growth of al, of which there is the . greatest of Wit. young birds. You can Always, Satisfy t f: T easily get rid of all lice, appearance, our situation is truly jswaZaTK Make you look, fel and be well mites ond vermin vith dreued. They havelhe style, qualalarming. We are about finishing ity, finish and wear that satisfy. Powdered BT VOVM H a large fortand intend to keep Llce Killer tSc and SOa posession of this place "as long as and save money. Also the best insectiThey are, I understand possible. cide for dogs, cats, plants and flowers. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID Refuse substitutes; insist on Fratts. doing the same thing at Harrods-bur- g wSatisfectba Guarantee-- or Money Back FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES ..V. JtskKF"ff'II (AdMSXxkW S and also in Elkhatn, at the Get Pratta 160 page Poultry Book Woel on CommlKlon. Wrltt for Prlce" menttontag this ad. lift Royal springs. The settling on SOLD & GUARANTEED' by iU Licking creek, known hy the !!cpaaaaaaaaHfcj JOHN WHITE & C0.LOUISVIUE.KY. m T DAVIS nameof Hink Stones, has been dis-tresbed broken up. Nineteen of the BKODHEAD. AAaaAAAAAiAnA!ihAMAAAA settlers are now, on their way in 5iJ"Ts?aSaaaaaaaaaaaaoaaaaaa"oaaaa Hink Stones among the rest. . Dr. W. E. Graveley, Mr. and . --"" They all seem deaf to anything Mrs. A. E. ! Albright and Mrs. J. we can say to dissuade them. Ten W. Tate were m Louisville during at least, of our peopleare going to the week. B. C, 11 Anderson, of Zl.'.T. " join them, which will leave us Spainey, Garrard . Lf-county, attendi with less than thirty men at the ed the meeting of the directors of fort. I think more than 3oo men the Citizens Bank Thursday night have left this" countny since I of last week. L. W. Bethurum came out, and not one has arrived was in town last "week on legal ' except a few Cabiners down the business. Dr. D. B. Southard of Ohio. I want to return as much Stanford, was here last week to as any person can, but if I leave see Mrs. Mack Barnes in consulthe country now there fis scarcely tation with )r. W. F. Carter. fol- ... . .;?; - -- ,, I ' ffi . " a"4ftr fF "afcgr ,&. MfT ngr ".lltm H :::: .. .. HLVtvnon I .s f - i " niMUaOlI j igiiii 1 ..) -- -- 'Ki'iiuKmmmHmmmaammmuHit ) n. The Stores that do the Business he 17-Ceu- ts a-D- a r.R iiun h ANDLERS Dealers with Wholesale Prices .-. .- key-boar- d Mail - I d g The OLIVER Typewriter Co. gun-T-min- The Helping Hand most start what I non-gripin- in DRY GOODS FURNITURE CARPETS NOTIONS SHOES FURNISHINGS & SHOES & SHOES CLOTHING HARDWARE HATS & CAPS American FENCE GROCERIES BARB WIRE PROVISIONS SALT TOBACCOS FERTILIZER WINDOW GLASS STONE WARE PAINTS & OILS Doors and Windows MACHINE OILS SCREEN DOORS QUEENSWARE SCREENJWIRE WAGONS ENAMELWARE CULTIVATORS TINWARE PLOWS STOVES AND FARMING TOOLS RANGES HARNESS and BUILDING PAPER SADDLES ROOFING I Bank of Mt.Vernon. e -- Stop Torture Between Good Jf2K' Fellows SWANN HATS Just FLOUR & FEED The Bank Vernon -J FURS AND MDBS pfjgt J. FISH &.SON s: Baker Griffin U. G GEO. JEFr?gnSi Sv:Cvtr,W.v,Wirrl Manager MT.VERNON Manager' LIVINGSTON p S. G. r )rflf scT F vv njwjuiiu viiuwuiMiijJum9iU33tBBfr - tbattakrga session of his In the MT VERNON SIGNAL istration final Governor has adminaidPd the Friday, April 10. 19 14 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. OBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO Advertising rales made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS The popular tendency nowadays is toward mollycoddling. Children must not be corrected. Their minds must be diverted. who are Violators of the law, merely grown-u- p children who are without respect for authority, or fr.r the risrhts of others, must not . 0be punished. They must be given treatment somewhat like that promised to Curlylocks in the poem, and turned loose after a brief period of uplifting association with exponents of the theory that criminals are not criminals, but merely worthy persons temporarily in error. Now comes a schoolteacher to denounce the term-en- d examinations as tending to dishearten and disgust pupils, and as having no value in determining their relative fitness for advancement to higher classes. In a paper read before the Cen tral Association of Science and Mathematics Teachers, an Illinois instructress holding a chair at a high school in Kenilworth, abol-ishe- s with a breath the standing ol examinations. They are useless, worse than useless. They are in supplying the motive prmer. Not only is Kentucky to have State and Federal aid in the: building of her roads, but under the Huff law county seat plan every county is to receive equal consideration. The money spent for roads is no longer to be spent haphazard. The standard of road construction, of whatever mater ial, is to be fixed. The provision for maintenance is to be uniform. Not until this standard and provision have been complied with is State and Federal aid to be extended. Kentucky has at last substituted action for words in the building of good roads. In signing these measures the Governor has done Kentucky a service tnat more than evens the score between them. But the credit is not wholly the Governor's. But for Claude B. bill Terrell the McDyer-Boswort- h would never have passed the House. The fight made for it in the Senate by Lieut. Gov. McDer-mo- tt Huffaker preand Senator vented its defeat in that body. In both houses the Louisville delegation stood as a man by their ante election pledge to work and vote for good roads. To Louisville, op which the tax burden falls heaviest the section of the State that are without good roads owe not the least of their debt of gratitude for legislation that will transform into eighty-nin- e eightynine pauper prosperous counties: Louis ville Times. An adjustment of the insurance condition in Kentucky, although Ruby Laffoon has made certain promises, as to what the State Ratiug Board will do, seems very uncertain. The welfare of the business interests of the State demand an immediate adjustment and if the Governor, the Auditor and Ruby Laffoon are not willing to surrender what they had hoped to gain in a Political way for the welfare of the business interests of the entire State, it seems to us that it is time lor tne Deople to make a demand that will bring the desired result. The people are greater ihan that bunch of political grafters, who aretrjirg to hold on to this infamous law. TO THE BAPTIST OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Sunday April 12th has been set apart as Missionary day in all the Baptist Sunday Schools of the South land and as representative of the Mission Board of Rockcastle Association I am appealing to the Twenty Seven Hundred Baptist of our Association to makea special effort to make as liberal an offering as thev possibly caiw on that day. We also invite our friends who are not members of our churches or Sunday schools to aid in this noble work -- Statistics show that more than one million foreigners come to our coun-ti- y every year, we are trying to give every one of them a copy of The Bible printed in their own language, besides, the opening of the Panama Canal necesitates our sending Missionaries to that field unless our brethren do heroic work we will not be able to meet all of our obligations some of our good sisters have promised to give all the eggs laid by their hens on Sundays during the month of April. We trust others will do .likewise. Lets all rally the forces and have the largest contributions to Missions to report in our history. Pay in your money to the nearest church, or you can mail direct to W. D. Powell, Secretary of Missions, Louisville, Ky., or if you prefer you can mail to me and 1 will forward it for you. Yours in the work, A. E. ALBRIGHT, Brodhead, Ky Two timely views of this store The Style View We have selected from the the leading styles of the leading makers because we know your wants' some of you wish a touch of tbe extreme some the more conservative - cruel. They are unfair. They bestow an honor "decided by a fraction of a per cent " The last obiections is the more thoughtless. In all sporting events, such as the Marathon race at the Olympic games, the Ken tuckv Derby and baseball, the honoris bestowed 'uj on fraction ot a percent." as uie school teacher puts it. That the prize in a Marathon or the stake in a turf event s unjustly bestowed because there isn't a wide gap between the winner and the contestant who is crowding him is anew theory. It is a theory which quite overlooks the stimulaut to heroic endeavor that lies in the fact that getting across the tape or under the wire nearly on time does not get nrst There would be no honors. The Business View Y lou buy and continue to buy where you receive the largest degree of value we are thinking of the broad definition of the word tl value n service-valu- e e, all combined and satisfaction-valu- e, cost-valu- We know that good style exists in both extreme and conservative, and we have brought it here for you, This store aims to serve and the early season buyer derives most from This more service and satisfaction than offsets the snving in buying late season pickups Why be uncomfortable for two or three months you in the broad-value-way You are to judge well we have served you how we want Marathon runners, thoroughbreds, 11 reward for being an eyelash ahead of a rival. If there were no examinations it would be rather embarrassing for teachers to single out the pupil not entitled to advancement and order him to repeat the junior course when others took senior "tickets." Diplomas and degrees would have little meaning. A wholesome fear of failures at examination keeps a pupil at his books who, without stimulant would do little hard work. Cour- and no fast there were no you to look at the new Spring Styles buy or not, as you please Need we say more? The goods the welcome sign is out are here - $3. 50 eo $6.00 ACwsl SUTTON I McBEE ier Journal. HONOR TO WHOM HONOR DUE. McDyer-Boswort- h In signing the and House bill measure No. 297, the Governor has assured to every county in Kentucky the aid of the State in the "building of ' its roads, to be supplemented in time by that of the Federal Government and to townships and counties the use of the labor of county prisoners in the actual construction and maintenance of roads and other public works. As the Governor had already signed the bill declaring roads to be the public works of the State it is not improbable that the use FOR FLETCHER'S 1 of convict labor will also be availIA able without the delay of submitting the constitutional amendA TEXAS WOWDEtt. ment to the people in 1915. That question, however, it is for the The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing courts to decide. Strong pressure was brought grauel, cures diaoets, weak and to bear on the Governor to pre- all irregularities of the kidneys vent his signing the first two bills and in boty men and women. by men who look only to present Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your conditions and selfish tions. In resisting it the Gover- druggist, will be sent by mail on nor has insured to Kentucky the receipt of Si. 00. One small bottle best system of roads of any State in two months treatment, nd seldom tails to perfect a cure. Snd in the South. for testimonials from his and other ' In the first session of his adIS. W. Hall, 2926 ministration there was created a states. Dr. Sold Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. bureau ol roads. The machinery by Druggist. admirable in itself. $ -- . $ PEOPLES $ BANK $ . $I mum HHHBHHHIiH CC A Straw will Show the Way the Wind Blows ! jmsshsm Vi (ad 71 IsyJyJtWatyfl tsmsssma wmiiivm$iwifi Hl 1 $ Have you' Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the $ Children Ory CA3"TO R PUTTING UP SCREEN DOORS is dead easy if you get them here. Macle to fiit accurately any reguMohammedans of India are lar size door. Any finish, many planning an effort to Moham- styles. They keep out the flies medanize Japan. A strong depu and let in the breeze, thus being tation has been commissioned to Window study the situation. comfort. a double Tskr- screens to match of course. p.-c- , COX, x BLOOD Opposite Court House, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Did you .drop into POISON . IS DR. BELL'S aetuaUr millions and million of germs Hut grow from one or two that got under the tldn and Into t&a blood. Two women testified yesterday to improper conduct toward them of Dr. Jacob R. Price, the Methodist clergyman of New York, who is being secretly tried on a charge of improper conduct toward nine women members of his congregation. $ PEOPLES BANK . $ there's a reason. Eyery SOLID $ SAFE AND Banking Facility ? AMPLE JOURCES $ For the Convenience of the People $ the barber door to Post office and shop next get a shave or hair cut last week? If not yOu just ought to try Cox & time. Satisfied is the motto of tbe customers, shop nextoor to the Post office Wheeldon one Antiseptic Salve applied right away would hire killed thois few kept these millions bora, fermi andBe. box of this aalrefrom beingernef a readr for gencles, ask (or Dr. Bill's jnlirpHc Salv. MTn It By Th Bell" 1 P. H Conover Dentist MT. VERNON, PKone 49-S. OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY, Use Us PJ - as MirpxclSW' w 5, "'1 Fron tRooms over Baker's Store $ " PEOPLES $ BANK ' $ $ -o 7 ,f -- - .--v - . I Jy. rd ' J, V. ..- - .--J-, r 2,'i ? W" , ivl I . VERNON SIGNAL! 10, 1914 Mt. Vernon, Ky, April 79 wan No. 79" rtien toCommunl cute wlthSIQNAL up 79 The 13tar locusts wm arrive here in Mav or June. W. T. Davis is the place to get any kind of Shoe, Harness and Saddle repair work done at a reasonable price. Mrs. C. C. Cromer, of the Sand Hill 'section,, died yesterday of small pox. She had been sick only I m ASTER km mm MWMMSMMSm - LOUISVILLE A. N ASHVILLC R. R. CO. TIME TABLE. 22 acrtn 24 nortn 23 south 21 South n:43 am 12:19 4.59 p m 3:53 a m am Jas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as stcond-cias- s The residence' bf Dr. R. W. Dyche with all its contents was, destroyed by fire at London last Friday, with small insnrance. Shoe, Harness and Saddle Re pairing neatly and substantially done by W. T. Davis, on Old Main .St. back of Court house. Proctor and McKenzie have work on the new store room for J. B. Hoe. The second story will be occupied by Mr. Noe as a be-;:u- FIXINGS FOR YOUNG MEN and mer .who want to stay everything new " Wc Stand ByiWhat You Buy.'' young-- ' Ml Km I flfP- u PERSONAL Judge L. W. 'Bethurum was in Louisville the first of the week on legal business. Mr. G. S. Hiatt has charge of the store of A. B. Furnish during the Jatters absence. residence. W. T Davis has sold his line of saddles and harness to C. C. (Jox and in the future will confine him self to the shoe, harness and saddle repairing. A LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES ' f long list of satisfied patrons April 20th, is the day set for the RoyBeazley havo is our endeavor. Are you one of opening of the Rockcastle. Air. and Mrs. The demand for California that number, if not give us atrial. returned from the South where Cox & Wheeldoo, barbers,- next ' In Fiji there are 104,000 habitual Evaporated Peaches and Seeded they spent the winter. church goers out of a population Raisins at this season is for quick door to the post office l shipment. We are in position to fell from a ledge at Ed Bullock of 110,000. supply the demand with the right 4 I jjU'Pmjm COMMERCIAL CLUB. B Sparks Quarry yesterday and When an elderly man dies and kind of goods and right prices Be on hand promptly at 7:45 was badly bruised up. to us direct rJ$&!lltmmmmmmmmJCr leaves no property his relations from stock shipped IH from the Pacific Coast in car lots. Rose McCord attended the p.m. at Club Rooms, Tuesday, say: Miss km .VhK "tie is better ott. ' KELLOGG & CO., Inc, Southern Educational Conference April 14th. It is to your interest, Wholesale Grocers, Bavcber fcHOP. New location at the town ,and county's interest, in Louisville during the week. Richmond, Ky. a full meeting be had. Fish's corner. Newly outfitted Earnest Thompson was able to that Let every one come out tonight mmmmmmm The Fiscal Court which met W T. Todd razor and scissors ta drive out over town last Saturday ' Apr. 1 manipulator. ii and hear the lecture of the "Panaallo.-veTuesday mK Jailer fames the first time since he. was hurt. Dr. J. C. Atcheson, President ma Canal" to be delivered by Gov. Mrs. C. C. Williams who is Winstead $200 a year for taking Thatcher. rapidly recovering from her long care of the Court house, but we of Caldwell College, Danville, will understand that Mr. Winstead will preach at the Presbyterian church illness, is expected home soon. In more than 700 schools and not accept it, for the reason that it 'Sundajr morning. Don't fail to colleges there are 40,400 young Robert Harry Miller who holds a Other Furniture and hear him. men and women in mission study spendid position in Knoxville is is not sufficient pay. Interior Woodwork The work on construction of the We understand that the post classes. at home for a two weeKS vacation. Miss Sadie Richards has re- Electric Light plant is progress- office at Langford, . which was Dr. Uressy L. Wilbur, chief staGEE turned home from Richmond, ing fairly well. The weather has closed recently for the want of a tistician of the United States Cenwhere she has been attending the materially 'hindered the work. post inaster.Jis soon to be rein- sus Bureau, has been appointed or .forty pretty stated. We have not beard who With thirty-fiv- e E. K. S. N. bead of the new division of vital tfORKS days, will see Mt. Vernon illum- is to be the new post master. of RichM. Lackey, Mr. J. statistics in the New York Stat$ Restores the origlaal bciuty no matter "Every church sending its own Department of Health. mond, was here from Saturday inated as never before. how budljr scratched or soiled it's a wood stsla and vsroisb combined in ona The Fiscal Court met Tuesday missionery, ind every member until Monday, the guest of Miss Comes in 11 Natural Wend colors, WhiU. Sanitary Shop. Todd's place and fixed the levy for 1914 as fol- supporting him" is the goal toCold and Silver Enamel, Sfcdie Richards. All Sizes. lows: General fund 2scts.: road ward which the Presbyterian under Masonic building, next to Made and guaranteed by Will Cummins who has been store, everything new PEASLEE-GAULBER- T CO. confined to his room for a few fund 20 cts., and schools 20 cts., synod of Illinois has been movirg Fish's the barber who allows you except weeks with a broken leg, is gel-tin- g making a total of 65 cts., with 50 since 19oS. Within three years Louisville. Ky. for the state makes a contributions for foreign missions to sleep while giving you a shave. cts. added along fairly well. i Apr. t. The poll tax have increased fifty-siper cent Miss Bernlce " Landfum "was total of 1.15 cts. last year. uuui Vyu)UUy tmrr, Qo o mv,!oefn, Vi.WJ. " here for a few days last week, same as Ky. . total membership is 00.044. ... tMrt , rt, rtA. kLjs rivalry between from Richmond, where she is at'"" Honorable X? i.auui2.u. iivtubj' jraio rut frTTfrTT iianrc tending E. K. S. tf. School. and other busness, professional Farm Insurance. The. farm William Kebler, aged 70, has been McPerron men of the same town or different insurance department of the Home a beggar, eating food taken from Mr. and Mrs. A. H. "Excess en anything, the gratiwill return to Rockcastle in a short towns and communities is allright Insurance Co., whicli was discon-- 1 ash cans and sleeping wherever while and we are elad to know and commendable and should be tinuedon March 7U1 as a result of ihe could find shelter. Thursday fication of any passion or appetite, Insurance law, night was cool and the sidewalk exhausts the valuable nervous free of petty jealousies. Don't the Gleen-Gree- n they will reside in Mt. Vernon. energy, drains away the vitality Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gentry were hammer your neighbors or other has resumed business and to the on which Kehler had made his system and thus ere from Lebanon Junction over who are making honorable efforts farmers we wish to say that we bed appeared so uncomfortable to of the whole itself." Sunday with Mr. G entry s par to get along. Use the Golden are now ready tc supply your to a patrolman that he arrested wastes life demand for insurance. When the old man and took him to a poents, Mr. and Mrs. H C. Gentry. Rule. CLEARS COMPLEXION REA coat of tar and feathers would you insure in the Home of New lice station so that he might have Brown, is in LouisMrs. Clec MOVES SKIN BLEMISHES you have the best to be had. a comfortable mattress and blankville for the week, Miss Blanche be an appropriate proceeding in York Why go through life embarrass E. S. Albright, Agent, ets. In searching him it was Crawford is assisting in the Post connection with whisky drumed aud disrigured with pimples, Mt. Vernon, Ky. found that what was supposed to Brown's ab-- s mers who persist in visiting pro office during Mrs. eruptions, blackheads, red rough be a hump on his back was un- skin, or suffering the tortures of hibition territory, soliciting orders :nce. L. M. Frazer and wife of Terre commonly hard, and investigation itch, rheum eldest son of Jas. and receiving money for same as Haute, Ind., are visiting friends revealed that it was not a deformi- Eczema, your tetter, salt for Dr. Mit" Frazer. Druggist Just ask Frazer, married the adopted well as "treating" out samples of and relatives at this place. Mr. ty, but a tin box which was pack Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Fol daughter of L. M". Frazer, and is their soul destroying stuff to men Frazer is a native of Mt. Vernon. ed with gold coin and paper low the simple suggestions and your skm v.orries are over. Mild living in Terre Haute, Ind., where and boys; many of whom have He left here in 1877, nearly thirty money. Various false pockets in soothing, effective. Excellent for made strong efforts to leave off seven years ago, the same year he is in business. Kehler's clothes were emptied of babies and delicate, tender skin. the drinking habit. Mt, Vernon that the writer arrived Cap Will H Fish, the popular junior additional money. When all was Stops chapping. Always helps. from two ital of Rockcastle. is caused by the visits The Frazer partner of J. Fish & Son, who has counted, the total was found to be Relief or money back. 50c, at hyenas, who live out of the Stove Co., Anderson, ind., was your Druggist. had a two weeks siege of tonsili-tis- , such $23,000 glad to say, on the state, once or twice monthly. established and is yet being sucis, we are There surely ought to be some cessfully conducted by Mr. Frazer. STRENGTHENS WEAK AJSD Do You Wish To Dye anything? road to recovery. way to get rid of these leeches He is a brother ot Mrs. Mollie or have it done? See G.H.Mullins, TIRED WOMEN Mrs. Emily C. Taylor will leave and peace destroying tests . under Masonic building, expert Rider and Mrs. S. W. Davis. in a few days for Campbellsville "I was under a great strain clothing , hat cleaner. New loBy laws of Lime Kiln Ulub There are but six men living in nursing a relative through three to spend the summer, with her J. cation and everything sanitary. ''''ughter, Mrs. Lillie Pike and limits its membership to 100 for Mt. Vernon today who were when months sickness," writes Mrs. 111. C VanDeSande, ofKirkland, Apr. 3 three months after organization. Mr. Frazer left for Louisville Mrs. Addie Dooley. and "Electric Bitters kept me No. 55? now where he resided for a number of I have sold my line of harness, from breaking down. I will never Mrs. J. W. VanWinkle has re- Mt. Vernon Club has 101 members and list is years. The population of our be without it. " Do "you feel tired etc., to C. C. Cox and will devote turned from Paris where she undertown at that time was something and worn out? No appetite and my full time to Repair Work. So went an operation something closed until July 1st. No more food won't digest? It isn't the bring in your work. W. T. Davis members can be- - initiated until like 25o. over a week ago, and is getting ou need Elecspring weatner, without a warrant or "United tric Bitters. Start a month's in same old stand. along as welfas could be expected' that date Commercial Club. dispensation by the Supreme we stand, divided e fall." Our treatment to day; nothing better Miss Minhie Gentry was here Africa hs an area ofnearly his headquarters, Pana- Commercial Club is proceeding for stomach, liver and kidneys. Limer at Sunday on her way home from miles, and is thereTwenty-thre- e ma Canal, Zone. .finely in the instillation of this The great spring tonic. Relief or fore the second largest continent Richmond, where she is attending money back. 50c. and $1.00, at applicants will therefore have to. the Eastern Kentucky State Nor wait until a bearing is had from (idea into the people and it is hav your Druggist. on the globe ing a wonderful effect. The big to school mal. She returned the Isthmus before knowing what difference in their business and Tuesday. disposition will be made of their social' relations is easily t abserv-abl- e. Mendel Mullins and R. E. Tay- petitions for membership. The organization of this lor writing from Panama tell of County Road Engineer J. W. club "was the best thing ever trips they have taken outside of the city where oranges and ban- - Marler received last week from the happened" for our town and nanascanbe had for the gather- A; L. Greenberg Iron Co., of county. It'has and is creating a ing. They say army life is agree- Terre Haute, Ind., a check for better understanding among our the No amount of misrepresentation people generally and bringing forSioo.as in expense money for ing with them. pekdlers'of alum baking) powders, no jugothers of the county offic brotherly Henry McFerron who has been ials who desire to go to Terre ward a moreshowing feeling all gling" with chemicals, or pretended analysis, around and that spirit working for the railroad company Haute to inspect the culverts, etc.; that no man should live alone unto or cooked-u- p 'certificate,1 of falsehoods of for several years, has . quit railby this company which is himself, but should do his part any kind, can change tjie fact that roading and returned to the old made the world's largest manufacturers and lend a hand iu the good work home near Pine Hill, Mrs. Mc of culverts. -Mr. Marler, accom- of improving and bettering Ferron stopped a few days with . panied by Messrs. A. H. Hamlin, In pursuit of life, liberty Mrs. E. B. Cox, on her way to offiT. J. Niceley, E. R. Gentry and and some pleasure while sojournPine Hill. be of the cial examinations W. L. Richards will go to Terre ing here on nature's footstool. Haute next week. The letter of Long life to the club and may it4 highest LOCAL invitation said that whatever work of usefulness spreadt not of absolute free from alum, Indications are that a full house amount was lacking over and only to the tour corners of town y. ' -.- will. greet Gov. Thatchers tonight above this check to pay- all and county hut to all the corners ' Hall, at Graded School penses, WjOuldbe forthcoming on by ways, highweys every-- , and Royal Baking Powder is indispensable splendid lee- -' the arrivarof the delegation at the body therein, and then some, ' buildine,1o hear his for making finest and rnpst economical food. A. L. Greenburg lTonvCo.?s plant. turVon the'Panama Canal. is the word. MERCHANTS - J3QI23OT 3!0 lW 'SHtflir 1 I & d 3-3- '1 For Scratched Wm Tables Beat Money "Maker in the World for Farmers, Grain Men ana. r,ngme Uumers CM Makes monev so fast that there'll be no more idle days after vou've Dut in this erreatest little flour mill ever built. Makes high as 50 bbls. finest flour a day. Doyourown milling mill for everybody around you. They all use flour. And with this wonderful little r PEE 5Jk rf g ROLLER FLOUR MILL Yon can quickly build npa biff payineflonr trade right in your own com munity, it s tne crowninff acnievement 01 me Krim cukush mm inventor, iattersan. A guaranteed succeis tnai a revolutionized me min ing business. A complete roller flour mm in one BmJica. requiring only one man ana little power to mate SELF-CONTAIN- "Midget" Marvel WDEfisv "A Barrel of Better Flour Cheaper" much cheaper than tho largest mills. Grinds rye and buck' wneat. too. Any one can operate it. No Previous Killing Experience Ncssarr Get a "Midget" on SO days trial money back guarantee. You ve nothing to risk- but much to gain. Send for Taix Free CfiO.'i FREE u.- - "' Bek h INCOKFORAICD -- x 3-3- JOHN ROBINS Brodhead, "The story of a Wonder ful Flour Mill" tellinsr what othersaredoing-witit and what you. yourself, can do. HILL CO., Inc. 517 Trut BHJ. Owuiitra. Ky-ANGLO-AMERICAN ! . EANNA'S "Md LUSTRO-FINIS- H to Walk Oa" in-th- is for floors, stairs, woodwork and furniture. It is all ready to use. Just dip in tho brush and go ahead. ; It flows freely and evenly, and two minutes practice will make you an expert in its application. It makes old floors new, and no floor is so bad that Lustro will not make it clean, smooth, sanitary and beautiful. You can wipe up a Lustro floor with a damp mop water does not damage it. It is elastic and tough, and does not mar under heel nails, 3-- or casters. I I FOR SALE BY . 1 -- J. B. NOE mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I -- The Fact Remains bj UNDERTAKER Our line of JCouch JCaakets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e him-self'a- nd Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of he County Ah Phone y ders by Wire PromptlyFilled cpn-ditio- ns . Royal Baking Powder has been fonTby the to leavening efficiency, and parity and wholesomeaess. W. A. CQX,1 MT. VERNOK, KY When a Bible woman can be Publicity for the deliberations Tolls Exemption Repeal supported on $12.50 a month, why on the Bill was determined upon yester- do not more people support them ? day by the Senate Committee, on Interoceanic Onals, which' today will begin consideration ,of the meafeure. " 'Co-operatio- Ch(drn cry FOR , 4 I - , y. JZiUU Wrfy Ty . CASTORIA FUTCHErS 4i cQtf- i. frjgte. :'$? 3r V & E9 Chas. r G Davis Ky. Mt. Vernon DRUGS No. (39) at Chas.C. Davis Ml. Vernon Ky. IN TH DISTRICT-'COURTTOTHE UNITED STATES F LI TING'S TON. the question or proposition may be, and we American people naturally stand against all kinds of business 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 throughlife 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 nw x marriage. i rue to-d- ay Mr. Owen Jarrett of Berea, is here this week buying spokes. John NOTICE OF SALE thirty-nin- e. Fields the salesman who makes is Phone The undersigned Trustee wilt; this town once a week, bnt why and on the 27th day of April, A. D.', is it' 7 o'clock .open shop that he always makes this 19 14, it being the first day of the town on Sunday, as he can't make open shop till 9 o'clock p. regnlar term of the Rockcastle sales on Sunday? We believe Circuit Court, offer for sale, at the there are other attractions. Fl cordially welcome in our front door of the Courthouse, .in Hansel was called to Somerset are Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, between Wednesday on the account of the place any time during our shop the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and death of his father-in-laJudge to sell you . hours. 4 o'clock p. m., to the highest and P. D, Collier. Johnie Bullock is best bidder, the following tract confined to his room with a severe oh anything yon of real tstate, lying ai)d being in case of lagrippe. Mr. and Mrs. you the County of Rockcastle, in the Ed Quinn of Paris, are visiting how we do like to sell you lown of Brodbead, Kentucky, and Mrs. Quinn's parents," Mr and Let us show you, do and known as the Rockcastle Mrs. J. B. Hays this week. Prof. County Fair Grounds. is teaching a W. R. Dickerson First tract is described as fol- select school near Mullins Station. lows: Mrs. C C. Cromer of. the Sand Beginning at a stake in the road Hill section, is very l6w at this Vernon near the Fair Ground gate 3 poles Owens has and 3 links S. 80 West from J. E. writing. Victor family to Ford Hollow. Woodyard's corner S. 80 VV. 42 moved his Fishing has begun in earnest poles; thence with fair ground-thencto a stake at the corner S. and every one that can carry a 5 lo W. 7 poles; theuce S 5 W 8; pole, and bait a hook, is taking a thence S 3 E 7 poles S 38 E n in the spoit, but up to the poles; thence with road; thence N part poles N 33 E 3 poles; present, G. "W. Mattin is the 53 E 34 N 16 E 18 poles to the Champion fisher, he launched a thence beginning, containing 6 acres. several pound salmon Monday. Second tract is described as Atty. E. B. Thompson of Pine follows: ville, was in our town Tuesday. f Beginning at a stone on west, L. H.. Davis has another new bouse side of a branch, also a corner of almost completed. Fritz Kruger There are times in every woman's life when she William Mink N 38 E 27 to a Mt: Vernon, was here Sunday. needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. stone in Tom Francisco's, now A. of When that time comes to you, you know what tonic J. Haggard's; thence Sb E 6 W. H. Cottongim will be cur to take Cardui, the woman's tonic-- Cardui is compoles with said A. J.' Haggard to; next Postmaster; Mr and Mrs. posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act the County Road, or West Street; George Reynolds and little daughgently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, thence with said street S 25 poles ter, of Jellico, visited relatives and helps build them back to strength and health. to a stone, corner to Tom C. John and It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, son, now Rockcastle County Fair and friends here Saturday ailing womea in its past half century of wonderful Association; thence their line west Sunday. S. C. Franklin, the Mt. success, and it will do the same for you. ir poles to a stone, beginning Vernon jeweler, was in our town, You can't make a mistake in taking corner, containing. 1 acre and 54 Monday. Mrs. John Mullinsis sq. yds. visiting relatives at Paris, this TERMS OF.SALE: week. y. H. Walton who receivPurchaser or purchasers may. ed a paralytic stroke is still conpay cash and no interest will be fined to his room. Mrs. G. p. charged; or they may execute bond. CooliisA'isiting her parents tiis with approved security payable in. "Wek near Mfc Vernon. Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., six months and having the force well, the clouds have passed says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, and effect of a judgment. over and the sun once .more, .is for women. Before I began to take Cardui, 1 was S. D. Lewis, showing beautiful on mother earth so weak and nervous, and had such awtul dizzy Men. 30, 19I4. Trustee. and she is beginning to clad herspells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as, well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." self ih a becoming new dress cegin iaKing araui xoaay. aoia oy an dealers. lne old women are going in gangs over the fields in searchjif 161 stagger weed (greens), If fear frog has con3& back with his un- i 11 IKJ IBJ IVl II emmmiemwev II Tosr wUmmMW''iW Lyelcome noise; the wood bird has l KprAyM.fj 51 All used May - Apple mmwYtM, mounted a limb in a distant oak Root to releasehe U mmYrtM1-, and called the long roll of summer bile from the liver. H W7'lsk-It griped those days WCsMrOW the cattle have left the barn yard PODOLAX WQlkSC jg but in the l Vi formula the, gripe his TWT CT T r? vllfiCw ; and gone in search of the swelling been taken' out. buds, the plowman can be heard K Buy it and try It From Dirt, Dust and Drudgery j JW on the distant hillside hollowing haw and geer as he changes the sides of the soil. Soon tjie beauh 1 'RHEUMATIO SUFTEREHM tiful flowers will make their apSHOULD USE Combination Pneumatic Sweeper pearance and all nature will seem Release from broom drudgery from the strain of movThe serio smile in its fullness ing and lifting furniture and bom the dangerous scattering vices at the Christian church are The Beet Remedy of dust end germs that are raised by the use of the broom ' and the old fashioned carpet sweeper, cad be attained by. For all forme of still goiug on and they are having the use of "the Dun tic y Combination Pneumatic, meeting. Dock Jones has Sweeper, which, though easily operated by hand, w a great creates powerfulsucn'oa force which draws out all the dirt purchased a tract of land from and dust found in your rugs and carpets and at the same, time the revolving brush picks up all lint, pins, threads, the bank of Mt. Veruon, near No ravelings, etc a tunnel; price not learned. From THE ODNTUET SWEEPERS are made in three sizes and sold what we can learn the small pox is LUMBAGO. under a rigid guarantee for one year. You may try aDunt-le- y SCIATICA. GOUT. NEURALGIAS in your own home for 10 days Free of Charge. still spreading, as there is some AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. For more detailed information write TODAY nejy cases while some contend tha it is" not small pox, yet the mec J pal authority claim that it is small Duntlcy Pneu.uatic Sweeper Co pox pure and simple and nothing STOP THE PAIHj ''V 6501 S. State Street CHICAGO i Gives Qslck Rallaf i kd. Died: Sunday evening at KsOUwrRMMdy. una ix ELmmmmmmm 7 p.m., Mrs. laa waning, alter an illuess of several months of that dreaded disease consumption. SAMPLE "DROPS" ntEB 6N,MQUrr She leaves a husband, one sister, Swaitson Rheumatic Cure C IM.lMW.LaluSUCHtCAMytwo brothers, tather and a host of friends to mourn her loss. She BETHURUM & LEWIS was lam to rest in tne lamuy burying ground over the river Attorneys at Law Tuesday to await the morning of class of business men can be found the Offices in Bethurum Bldg. the resurrection. R. J, L,emonds Will practice in all .'the Courts. was in Lebanon, Wednesday. J. investigate a propoworld over, who. does W, .Woodall, the hustling salesman of London,. Ky., was with our sition before forming an opinion, nomatter FOUIMDI merchants Tuesday. FOR THE EASTERN DISTEICT-OE,-KENTUOKY In the matter of In Bankrnptcy. Rockcastle .County Fair Association, J Loujsville, is Harry; Orndqff-'of;- ' visiting his mother, this week, "How is it that often Mrs. J. R. orudoff of this place- .- which, meu say spreads so widely the-ev- il LET GOOD WORDS GROW and lasts so long, whilst our good kind words don't seem, somehow, to take root anfl bear blossom? It It that in the stony hearts of mankind these flowers can 'r al ways find a place to grow? Cer tain it is that scandal is good, J brisk talk, whereas'praise of one's neighbor .is by no means lively hearing. An acquaintance grilled scored, deviled and served with mustard and cayenne pepper excites the appetite; whereas, a slice of cold friend with currant jelly is but a sickly, unrelishing meat " Thackeray wrote that, And it's just about as true today as the day he wrote it. Gossiping 'and scandal mongering are things that "tend to break down modern civilt ition. If people who don't like other people, or are envious of i hem for some reason, would come right out in the open and say so, standing up or falling down unaer the argument, mankind would be far better off. 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After rinsing well and drying well apply the following solution, ruban ounce bing it in well: One-hal- f of salicylic acid, dissolved in one quart of alcohol: Cincinnati Post Old Cull would fling away the acid, drink the alcahol and rub the feet with the bottle. Tbe Centaur CompasT, NEV YORK. Thirty Years Guaranteed, underthe Foodi Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA THC CXNTAUn COMPANY. NEW YORK CrTT. CARP The Woman's Tonic Tor Infants and Children.. Tfii. Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of CASTORIA The SAFE boys' magazine &L&&&&&X i&BSQ&ly $1 a year forall a whisilo. rail of picture?. mmmmmmmmmmwwli&88&' fmWmmmt- Allboy boys, notachild'spaper. Clean as M to 52 pages every atilcio. history, echonl Ufa. written by articles. Fine articles da football and other snorts. Department of Mechanic, iaectririty. Popular Science. How to 2y.hotoeranhy. Collectln. Chicknn. Pets,Make and Natural Wonders. il if' Send Subscriptions: Has Helped Thousands. 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Agents Wanted mam a map of California and a copy of SUNSET MAGAZINE, the monthly guide of the homeseeker and settler, if you will send us ten cents in stamps to help defray the cost ot mailing. It has the only real continuous door opening. Hoopi made of tested steel. y Hoops can be adjusted from Iad- der front door frame. ,Doorst made of California Red-.wood. "The Wood Eternal." w. SUNSET MACAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, San Francisco, Califsriia 'Wmf The Ideal and Succesful Way No not The location of our factory ttvci us lowest.freifhtfroin mills to factory, and from factory to you. Gtt a bit fr Silo and Sav money by Writing us y for catalog and prices. LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. "" .O.JtaUosF. (Incorporated) lOUISIIllE! 333 3&tt,$3G UNDERTAKER j GRAF4VILLE OWENS ; Brad head COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly b'illed. Ky what FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles and Eyeglasses for $1.50jand-up- . Gold Silver and Aluminum Frames., largest selection in .town. Eyes tested Free. Years of experience. J. C. MOORE" JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. COX ' BROS. SfORC CHECK YOTJR 'APRIL COUGH Thawing frosft and April rains chill vou..toij he yery.rnarrow, you vou catchcoldHead and lunes '' j i stuffed You are tevensh--Uqug- b. cqntinually ancLvteel misenabje? You needVPf, King's New Discovery. It soothes inflamed jarjd irritated throat and lungs, stops cough, your head clears up, fever 4eavasa,nd(yQU feel fine. Mr. j. T.: Ijals, of I Stickney Corner, . - Hotel .Henry Watterson LOUISVILLE, notei:- - KY. a and all otnerSeme'dies failed. Re- Pleasant- iief "or' mbhe.yback. cpughatelijrdoctQ.r's dreadful treatment v GhildrittiiksJit.v bottle' to- fi jVdlfc ay. 50c. apa ?i.oo, acyour a j y .eta Club Breakfast from 25c up ; noon' day ;Lunch 50c, table de bote Dinner., 6 to;8 p,' m.T.OO. Alto' elaborate a la carte sentice F1neilCafeiaLiiirriH,witkEBWnta jKieu.f- - The South'a most popular priced, modern ; Abiolut.I; Situated in (he yeryn ofthe tctail'abospwiitlictand. near a), .I.G UKH1CI flra-pro- 'xccoc 3ce&3ce3ica JONAS MCKENZIE ; S;elz SELLS THE Shoes ft-i- iaReapnntf Mount Verrf&nMoniJmenta!": -- rusrirrtr t- - - Rathskeller open from4 p.m. to I a. m. Orchestral and vocal muiic- - will be pleased to show you the most advantageous policies through their local agent, LIFE INSURANCE CO. jni, of Louisville, Ky . ' IMSK - Spxescr BuckJena8irArnica ' ' Salve; foX All Witk-rsiBBin- ROOM. PRICES t "ROYAL BLUE" a good pair of shoes s IF to your interest to examine the Seb line before you buy yoifr need . Kriyate. toilet Large r '. outh: rbenrepeatel,quick! (?effectf'Wl . water mmi $lprr day Vfiik prirate .batfe $1.50 ;. ' 1 DEALER in Marbles--, aad Monuments anufactiictst If 'V Granite kinds. Estimates furnished! bfall l sUa diseases rvipeus. letter, U JCers, ana curative DroDertleSSB Atom AtUDnunkfc ..h r wffmpM ana noojc muu IBUMiaiJ, v IIIIIMOI1M HALLBWAY A "!,. ' t. $3.5 ! with pn(.feitki:$2.$0. MUBple' reau par day. ' " tV GHS, C DAVIS, TheflDruggist, Mt Vernon, Ky on "application. aj ifHfinvwin GE.00 WENSu;Propr.t V Pone 112 ctbb in onK-io- r ahd'package addressed' here. You will always.be' a wlcbmejpiait,. osj.nve.(ir Mss.,. wsEnm J0H5VERNON, KY. Mt. .ltes y H M il jr-