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SB show; poor judgment when, there's no to be gajn&d. ticulaf-advantage l" You know thaiifwou ia .1 i "7fW ' vwunranpiP a: fi6!':' hM . ..i-- ;!&"jL.."uiism Gains' :tDrinciole to the buvm " -- . t 'Witmw ,.m'',"v ri'.-.f or,-ciGMie- arr nvHHHK vt.h " fu'k, ,twutm spll, buiMiPg ''the Initial a'pplicit- tion 6f four tons per acre of ground. limestone, Vviths'ubsequent applications of two ton's per acre every four years will make and s;::r maintain a limestone sojl on every Southern farm and this is the iirat great econoalic step to be taken in that positive soil enrich' S::::: me'nt which is ' needed to trobld : the avqrago. acre yield of the land now under cultivation and, to restore (6 profitable agricultural use the vast areas of'tillable'jand. now lying negleetad or agriculturally abandoned iu most Southern States." Limestone pqd legumes, in the opening of Dr. Hopkins, must con.. stitute the foundation for corn and cattle in. South. 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This, do- pile the fact that ''there is as among many farmers - " a .xiei?Fin:uJ',"'rVkA'' rflft vii.;rr.uiHUHnMH .u2KflupZAcwLvi ; that a soil derivedlfiom a limestone vflKies-Mi formation does not ndod' the appliri.'iiij. :) . .b.' r v: HTARrr ?j,'tt.,y,-;;siifv t: L"8n-:-ju'- ' cation of limestone." Various s ' jj..uciiJ.v ihj. r - -i-T-Kif : "rauthorities are cited in showing r.taNHHH'aNV HffilAKI '' Ml the deficiency of lime in 'the soils of Southern States. lBrTMT; frtT' t iV "V MKWIWHMt IHfW .Dr. Hopkins is credifcecl with fc ntti-un- i( rn-PIBilifrv.v OPrnrfr'i " ..".vf4.t,ir,'"i "ymk lMUMMgTgrj w. , - - ixii"v. Aii.ilTMBi'H iiwt r.7 ,, "vl.-- .r., ', ' ??k .Mt. JiMlr t 'tr having done much 10 Increase ,th l1 rrr!!" r t 'W.Kva.anHBL .w.iu. t .aA. (upre yield in Jllinolrt. HisrpaoipU-dedenllnur with soil conditions in fiSBaL-VttHf.iEKWsIa ;.. H kiAT the South is well .worth the i"dy of Southern ' fuugjija. lUouner . , " sroj - -- : .ll.'iyj , . TCTnHHBaBHl X?MUHr fflslHI' -, TmwwmmwMmm & 1,'VViv' THBWBaeRwsM KHHIMBaHBn.S9kXI'rt!&S7 ; livestock industry. -- Aj. .... 11 I f' ' , llllllll 111! J' ,, ' . , -- . k -- . .' ' , J t'Tjf?fi - 3il IH rnjt cl ltttfcMW;:.::,, v, '" ..imAwvijnMia J 1 jmksi - V IT"-,- . T-rr- ."' . -- ,.r; . The: stores that do the Business . . K. ' """ - mjit-:t- . '1 r-- i - c R .V.-o.itM- ..t.V .TT.v I . m r, ncMt vjlomes. with1 little oc ' nHIBRB' X , Jl. '$&'' l.JT B EsjtsMmmhs& furnish manystates . - frouknikir. "3T,VJf i W K' I'l'lfl : IV''-AI-'Jl'H'.I- ' imm. m m ..!'. i l.- , j- ''I . mmmmmm MT ''SfflB r ... if i. ' Fmm &.-- - - Th , "m 9HM 1 B .n ma ' . . nm rniiii h1 MS II 1 1 ll mW' y&"WM L, IB. i.H u-i-t- K "SimsLtt . 1 1 -.. , J1V r. V 1 A'r4 'A- J ;ino.alter4fon I . prove tnis to " &&& some of you men, who only cannot be fitted in Clothcraft Service Clothes. hnk. Ready-for- vnfi . j. m Zlm t. Yes, today, ' efre ready. TO$f wm 'SSi ISlf iBBl Bfflf C LOTlHpIm ITb , VialJ iKflSffiKa gi 3S?l limestone to with'all klpds of lime "raw" "cooked" or "ground" from the finest stone in our country. A recent analysis made by Chief chemist Alfred M. Peter of the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, shows this stone to consist of 99 per cent calcium carbonate which is equivalent to 55 5 per cent calcium oxid or part, already has lime. Our county one outfit (a "pulverator")' for grinding this sone at- the Mt. - Mi "Dealers with Italsale' Pfter'-J--i lima, .. .t. !5!?!S5?Seesa,BI0'tftessa''Bea''''ia''ms9 f'Hf;;nr?f!frnf??fH?nf?9nn?f?iHHf?hfffrfff4M 1 '"' "3 HP t AM i DRY GOODS ( NOTIONS FURNISHINGS CLOTHING HATS & CAPS GROCERIES PROVISIONS 'FURNITURE seesaw fnd(lraw CARPETS jfortably. SHOES jk 'divorce & SHOES &SHG"y: HARDWARE-,- !, American FENCE- - -' l fr '7 J Vernon Quarry.W, J. Sparks Co. ' 'l&k. '' ' " MT. VERNON, KY i '1 kiSaW-- . 5 1 :&&' LIVINUKTOK - ft F livfh lij.t' Iwrt I'.! ;lkv 4 v t N. was hero R J Lemnumds Mrs. "Wednesday and daughter, little Miss are in London, this week. Loyd Bryant,, of Lehaon Jet., is liere on the. extra brakeman list N. H Oliver is this week. his property and is making quite an improvement in that pirt of town. Small pox in this section we aro glad to .say is a thing of the past- .- East Bern studt base ball team beat Ht Vernon here Sunday, and then gave Livingston the same medicine. Dr. W. T. Amyx was in Mt.Ver J. W. Browning non, Morfday has sold his farm to.C. M. Oliver, of Scaggs Creek tor $1,200 and iMr. Brown has moved into the Mullins Hotel. Mrs W. M. Pros-toand children are visiting relatives in Lebanon Tct., this week. Mrs. I. W. Bwker has returned home after a few days' vslt with her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Dees. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Nice-10? Mt. have returned home-froi.' Vernon. W. M. Hicks was in Mt. Capt. W Vernon, Wednesday. R. Dillon, of London, Ky., is- here on a fishing trip. J. H. Brown? ? ing was hi Crab Orchard, Tuesday V iijt'mti Miss Lytta ,(jook i M6H tfnesa. ' home after a fe w etnt ned V ?mkr, visit with relatives and supervisor of h. & Eliza-both- , n Dr. It G Webb has purchased a farm on Gauley branch;, price try paid $Goo. The doctor w his hand at farming and if he has as good luck farming as he has had practicing medicine he will .be O.K. C.A.Mitchel of London, 11 -- - ..''lias s - friends in Louisville and LexingRev. D. Kdgar Allen, of ton. Mt. Vernon, was in our town, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wednesday. McGuiro, of Paris, are visiting relaMrs. David tives here this week Lindsay Is visiting relatives in Cave City this week Miss Ethel Hayso is visiting her sister, Mrs. Edd Quinn, of Paris. Ky , this W. H, Cottongim was in week Paris, Saturday, on business John Mullirs was in Mt Vernon, Monday, shopping.-- J. G. Ponder and faintly left for Oklahoma. Friday, to make it their future home. Dock Bay, who has been loca ted here (or Mime time as apprentice foreman, has been transferred Graded to East Bornstadt.--Th- e School has closed here and the teachers have returned home. Prof Wilson returned to Lebanon We have Junction, Saturday. this to say for the Professor, he is tho right man in the right place and we hope to have the Professor with us again ttio next term. G. S. Griffin, our new merchant was in Mt. Vernon, Monday. Mrs. C, H. Rice, after a few dayf visit with relatives at Stanford and Paris, has returned home. Mrs. VV, B, Rice, of Paris, is visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. R. L. Mattingly, of Parjs, js visiting her sister, Mrs Robert MpClurp, of this place, J H. Walton is W. G. still on the puny list. Rives has movjid to a house vacated by F. McCliue on Higut street The followiugiattended court at Mt, Vernon. Monday, from Liv ingston : C. A.Blanford, W.- R. Watd,- T. J. Pennington, John' - - Brady, G. VV. Martin, Mr. ' McKay. Cnarley and W B. Rice, ne, T. C. Welch and J. A. Childress, Mr. and Mrs. S E. Carter ate visit- ing relatives at Boston this week. Atty. C. C. Williams was in our preach-atowu Saturday. We were In Ml. j wo ' until recently head of thlj. Agricul-wer- e New Chesmu,Rldge next Sunday Vernon again Monday and suprised at the improvement tutal College of tho Uiy'jversity of at il: a.njyand ait this place" at 8 that had been made in four mouths Illinois. The title ol .tho. booklet p, m. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Parett the electric light poles were sot is "Ground Limestono for South-al- l spent Saturday arid Sunday with over town and a portion of the em Soils." Mr. and "Mrs. Film Parrett. Mrs electric lights wire is strung, sol Dr. Hopkins' pamphlet is bejng C. J. Lovell was with Mr. and Mrs. Chester at Chesnut Ridge electric lights' in Mt. Vernon is a circulated - by the Squtli,eiVi'.-Sotle- Sunday. Mrs. Grover Johnson sure thing. We. were shown'thru ment and Development Organithe new hotel, by the proprietor zation, which has Us beadrfuurteVs spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. J. W, Rider and it is in Baltimore, - and which, accora her parents Mr. and Mrs. B. G. every way and something! ing to its perfatjrv announcement Mullins at Pino H1U Eld. Greon date in Mt. Vernon should be proud of explains its purposes jn Its nivm.p Fish filled bis appointment at this nd we will venture the assertion 'and is prohibited by ttslihayter place Sunday and will ulso preach Sunday in next s bore tho second that you will have to travel several fom operating at a profit:, organization pro- - month, Misses Hattie and Fannie before you find Its equal. d ntally this Langford were the guests of We Cflllpd nn nnr friftiH Mnro lrl(ilme It.a hfHif tliat rnt-luH inkarrpovod and ought to bolbdved j Misses Fannie and Virglo Riddle and asked him to com6 out ' town, he refused on the grouni s 'otlTe South. "V ' Sunday. Misses Mattie Owens that he had no one to attend to Dr. Hookinssavs that eveVv soil and Matto Kiooie aro visiting the board and we in company with can be made a limestone "UJ: or. Miss Minnie Riddle at East Bern rogratl his son, .Lloyd, decided we would to quote his exact "it this week. Mose - Parks, A. C. Ca.penter and thoirp to the ofiiflid 'h?tn not writer. Elder Baker will till his knowing how we would be receiv regular appointment at the Chris- - ed, but on teaching the office Mr. tian church. Saturday and Sud- Maret arose with one of automatic day, May 2nd and Urd There smiles on his lace with which he were services at the Baptist always greets his frimds and pre church, Saturday and Sunday, "Sented us his hand and after conducted by tho lvgular pastor, speudingCan half hour in apleas' Elder Allen, of Mi. Vernon. L. H. ant conversation, witti Mr.jMaret Davis and Daniel Ponder, are on wo too' oUrvdei artuie, andMnow a hslnng tup down the river. all that is Li theTini: lus is ."Jwhat ' r They will go as far as the Ball pennlty shouldVb'j"'-tmcteupon Alley Rock Another party left 0. C. I' ranklin tor cau1 tnn all tuts this muning on an extended fish- trouble for we deciae-K'i U the ing trip up the river. They will guilty 0110. go to South Fork of the river The following composed the party: Limestone For - SALT FERTILIZER WINDOW GLASS STONE WARE PAINTS & OILS. Doors ,and Windows MACHINE OILS SCREEN DOORS COVE QUEENSWARE SCREEN A WIRE was in Mt. Miss Dona Lovel. Vernon, shopping Friday .Luther ENAMELWARE WAGONS the'lTtVleson.of Mr. and Mrs. Reid CULTIVATORS Proctor, .who has boen vety sick TINWARE Mj and Mrs. Is Improving. PLOWS of tKe Buckeye Edgar STOVES AND Southern Soils 'section,EU"?say guestkof Mr. wore FARMING TOOLS ana ivirs. ouiuiyuut auuuy. RANGES countrt- is a rich Mr. lacK ireawayanu muastwer "A limestone HARNESS and country." This quotation is .the reanie ojnop, peub aunw BUILDING PAPER opening sontence in ' 'ajporirplilet with Mr, aiffd Mrq. Sam. ryani SADDLES ROOFING written by Dr Cyril G Hopkins, Eld. J. W. fiddle will t TOBACCOS ' k --- Others will bo put in commissio.i. The Mt. Vernon Lime Co. will probably install a grinding machine &s well as make agricultural lime. The mammoth lime plant of the Kentucky Portland Cement and Coal Co , located at Pine Hill makes plain, agricultural and hydiated lime for which they have a very largo and increasing sale thruout this and other states. It is predicted that this ground stone and lime business will grow to vast proportions and prove tho source of our county's pilncipal income. - 4 barb; WIRE to P-O- UR & FEED up-to- U. G. Manager MT.VERNON rUv GEO. S. X"i "M ' r lnci-mile- Baker vGriffin rx &fi H am X Al l n r-- iVIanager iftff'l ,!.Jr,-- LIVINGSTON Vil ,.,. , i v., ?? ..wsmi "' y. X ' ...: r i .! - it ?VW m 'Zi V ,1 v &. 1 ?A' .. . 1 - .a. r.'iSv'5D XJ v-. " l'' - . toa MifiV ,.i 1 mv ' CiM lmWmm .V&2F V.tt.Wi tS'lwf'li... SovOti .ChiCX-t- ".f? .MM .11 v l T. IV. MT VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Muy 1. .KOJ)HtiAI) 35 THE DEPOT GIRL "TlmEi Wijuj3gxrWni-t- i a ' k V,' V i- -. i. J. B Pike is at homo for a few The pcem below, taken trrm dnys, and s iys he is had sick, frut Sox'ieign Visitor, may he somewe ure inclined to think tint he thing less thui a classic in compoPublished every Friday by has a slight touch of bpnng sition, but tho reader will perhaps EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. fever, and will be better when the agree that the author ede up shade comes his way. j. W fun-ce- r jdanuen.uslv near the truth. $I.OO is at homo for a two weeks vaOB3CKIITION ONK YKAR In every twn whore railroads run cation Mrs. G. E. Pavnter is You'll tind the "depot girl;" Advert si ig rates made known on visiting her daughter, Mrs. Some who are frisky aud full of Rice, at Livington, this application fun week. She will go Lebanon Jet And remind you of pet squirrels. in a few days to spend a month or MKMBKR OF Some aio old and soms are joung KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION two with her son, J. J. Paynten And some are midd'e-aged;Walter Smith of Crab Orchard, ST Some know ho,v to use their was bore last Saturday and Suntongues day. Mrs. Smith who had been Like a parrot that is caged. assisting Postmaster Owen for a few day.--, returned with htm to Some have "rats' upon tho brain- "Rats" quite large and brains their homo in Crab Orchrrd Sun quite small A number attem' day afternoon " been suggested that In ed Court at Mt. Vornon Monday Some go just to see the train. 'Jt Ins While oiher.s go to see it all case 1'nl.iski oted in us proposi d The will of tho late .1 Henry l)Diul at us Mfond election Fish was probated at Mt Vernon, Some go there to go their "mail' A. M. Hiatt was nam to he lu'lil within next sixtv d lys, Monday Others take their "male" along. wh"h it is hulieved will be done, ed as Executor. Claud Owens ifi Some go there for fear they fail n routo he selected for a Somerset ivith his sister, Walter Mrs. To hear their sweetheart's latest Mt. Vernon turnpike, starting at Smith, at Crab Orchard, for a few song. HL days. end of the Mt. Mrs. Granville Owens, Somo go there to meet thei? Wk half mile pike via who is very ill, was Creek three and taken to her aunts JfT Hansford and on to county line daughter's home about two miles Knowing well thev if uever will south of town last Sunday. near Puito where Puhiski We come; . It is claim- hope the change will prove bene- But, you see, It gives a chance meet us with a ed for this proposed toute that the ficial to her. The stockholders of To go on a little bum" giading would Se much lighter Tho Brodhoad Fair Association Somo go t .ere in daylight, only is and cheaper thru the valleys on will meet in the Citizens Bank To be seen andlseeilflL the route, than over the hills that hall next Monday evening a 7j3o Others prefer wnoiesome rooa ror neaitniui thqshades o' night, cannot be avoid td on other routes p. m Important business to When they feel morGfree. One of the leading citizens on the traisict. John Rigsby and a Mr. proposed lime offers to pay ex Centers were here Tuesday buyjl Some advice I'd like to give These v ay word "depot strolto make ing hogs. J. M. Cress, of pgrlses ol engineers lers" Tuesday.--M- r. survevs and estimates: another was iu town In order to secure the healwe paid $5 for the right to stage this ex"ellunt drama from the w7l denote l.ooo mid one 5no aud Mrs A. M. Hiatt were in It's true as gospel, sure as ou pen of O 1'. Parker. Not only is there a good pint for thought and niltiire, hut live Others are Being interested in the the Hiatt section Sundav afternoon That you'll end like all high thete is fun, pathos, and high moral ideals in every act. Von cannot Pulaski's movement aud 'shou'd The Rev. Boyd Baker, of Paris rollers." afford to nii&s a pluy of Mich value. bond issue carry there will be ton, filled his regular appointment tho love of something doing in Skeg's Valley. at tbe Christian church Saturday The gfrl that seeks mbn Sunday. -- Mjs. Maurice ProcPulaski. Citizens of Pulaski and is very ill and her recovery is Will'inid ifruot in such a p'ace; tor undismayed by tr.e small majority school children Rockcastle But, Jt she wishes, she surely can given at last weeks election against considered very doubtful. Mr. : Easily iiud her own disgrace. and Mrs. J, H. Walltn and family c. cents. the bond issue lor good roads, will Some parents ought to take a pill were here during tho week try it again six'y days after the Of good old "common sense." 1Q c date of the late election. Muiiy And block the road that down bill For Reserved Seats write or call T. II. OWiENS BrodhenU: Ky leading citizens after ascertaining '' Hi Wjlitre troubles all commence. 1MIM1H' -, ! r than nrnority of the people voted a sin of Ariel keOD the eirls that wear short in favor ol the issuefhavo changed XiUfilsitiuito: or a Sin of OmtaalonT Or ltotli? i , stand iu the matter and not their W tntnigreii Nfttura'a hwi, tbe Uver tPniptor'sTsnare, tnetj we omit or neglect until atrlkes, Atwv from the only promise to vote yes in next we who or ilpken. And IthuskeGpfc lot of budding bile. Keep It Looion the dammed-uH election but will work for the 'led May Apple M IIIWIIIlTgffWWI'U fmmmmmmmammmmmammmmmmmmmfmmmma loots wiui me out flirts i Podoi yum wim Root. (Padnnhullln.l proposition. Already an election J2il tU gripe taken oat Is caUat --v n From blooming as It wore. called aud tho campaign ? ' money due when itiareiMs, traded SalloW compt".ioi is due to a Rlillnil't.rtflT.nvTiioInn Sa.4e A Long JJelJiovy. NTnTiTCtil?. , Monwrtl'blten'at'Somersfyt 'mm xji. uVUr lfjes . M itb;,?Oare.ti KL'll t roWPidJ Jinjuvd iiv Mq A a vws. aA day whenJudge 3. J Bethurum, ana sirengi lions t , f. lu-- jt Mav Ilth.. Account Kentuck orcVfim accidents but not howdls nnd restd 2U1H O. II. Wadtlell and other leading . ., sible should any occu;!". MmliiL' Institutefy" 1 'i.i t. . r. ;. . gionm 01 neuni' w inu cjieuK. will address Pulaski's speakers FOR FLETCHER'S if ' 4 English co5jrrel is a tomfu'nod L Ulrl UJ. tnl,n D.vl.l.,., !,: , this most citizens advocating Dizziness, vertigo, (blind stae: PEDIGREE: , I Stallion. 6 years old, full 16 hands Uiodbead. Ky. ) and far reaching public ger) sallow complexion, flatulence Round trip Atlanta 10.25, Juno Tom Covington, Jr., sired "by high. 3 white feet ami star, a bean are symptoms ot a torpiu liver. utiility. . kouiiriirip New Orleans, $20.80 and 14tli, limited tp Juno Allen uartermain, ho by' Tom tiful bay. witlj liigu, style and acJ No one can feel COUGHED FOR THREE well while the Covington, standard and register May lfJtli ind 17, 'united t May 24lh, account Annu.il ConVen-24tftion, subjVc gj recistration. liver is inactive. HERBlMEisa YEARS J A general movement toward the powerful liver stimulant. Adose Tulane Injtr- - ftion Photographers Association of Recount This BtaHjiin will make the sea; ed No. 18992", sjred by Limber "I am a lover of your godsend to son of observance of "Go to Sunday- - or to will cause all bilious symp America I ;2'.. . my barn mile Jim, standard both trotting and .cholkstic Meet. 19 f4 hit humanity and science. Your May 8, as pro toms to disappear. Try ,mi?tm on 'school Day" from Hiai Ppstoffice at $7.oo to pacing; Tom Covington, first dam medicine. Dr, Kind's New Dis fanned by Gov. McCreary, is ' wg; covory. oured ray codgh of three insure v lying colt. Season by Kentucky'Chief, ho bv Indian A $ head, Ky I'EOPL'ES !SU TlAVBBi;i kted thru out the State. years says Jennie monev becomes due when colt is Chief, 2nd dam by Parsons Ab stanuinn. .Y L. l K One of the Mt 'Kii-vv'ernon boys Plemming, of New Dover. Ohio. foaleri or maro parted with. He dallah, he bv AlexanderfsAg Is O.uarterm'ainfjBlcnatvi writ the following to tbe g(rl he Havefvou an annoying cough? OTHERS THINK OF has proven mmsoll a good breeder dallah will SKow it stubbornjfetin:' won't yield to siredSrSyBlack laaaaHaSflrMaW& was sparking. all guess treatmpnt?TGetfaj5oc bottle of Dr. Ins colts hemg winners at Mt. BXaclc Topsy, Don't fiBlows ! Sniiirroli-No.'jytl. j... , ...xt-.- .. tr.rf. who he is: 1st dam by .OUR COMMERCIAL CLUB Mug a icw LiMJuyury iu uuy. Vernon Funrtwo years .IS&. What it did for Jennie Flemtning Busliwtwck'erv Shanklin's, horse, I'm in a loder mood CTHKHmS iW.liM ipDlGREE: it will do for you, no matter how Tom byt Kentucky & fed poetic, 2; anUrdmg(pJ,horoughbred. Squirrel Sired stubborn or caronio a cough may "Whit Louisville thinks: Covington, Jr.'s 1st dam Maud x fun I'll just off a line be It stops a cough and stops 623, by Wood Sqirrel 2622 by iaaaH' Louisville, Ky.' k, send it off to you. SqirA-dam Willie Hilton, sired bv Old Champ, ud 58. 1st throat and lung trouble Relief Black of or money back. 50c and $I.oo, at Dudderar Reg No. 3633, by Van dam by Gray Eagle I m sorry U've been 6 O long; Jas. Maret, Secv , your Druggist. son of Silver My JacK BILL WAlvKiiic known Commercial Club, B disconsol 8; Don't Milter's Kfnt,' Buoklen's Arnica Salvo for Kino ' j)nnirrera,is?rJam as Crawford Jack, will ulso mike Mt. Vernon, Ky. But bears your ills with 42de, . Pimples 'Dear Sir: & they won't seem so gr8 sired bv Bnglisru Hunter? p he by season at same place, $5 00 to in- ji5sr dam of sure a living colt. We are in receipt of your circuSKIn Blemishes Abdullah Messenger. KEEP BOWEL MOVEMENT J.W.HILTON. English Hunter the Wm. Lusk lar letter of April. I9I4. being Caned By Cerrm REGULAR Pine Hill sent to the citizens of Kockcastle saddle mpjre, (best,8addlo mare i D,r. King's New I tfe Pills keep County. We wish to commend ever in Garrard County) by Davy stomach, liver and kidneys in Oermi et under the "Denny's Dron-noyou upon your enterprise in boost Orocketkjjon of ikln or Iu . broken healthy condition. Kid the body plice, nd t l hard INDIGESTION? CAN'T EAT to net rli ol them, ing business in your town and of poisons and waste by 3nn Drengpn 2nd dam by Improve l'ui eorea or taplj NO APPETITE? follow. vicinity. In these days of com- your complexion by flushing the jffighhncir. xAgailah Alessenger DR. DELL'S A treatment of Electric Bitters merce, efforts of these kind are liver and kidneys. "I got more sired bvVMesier Chief fSire inoreases yonr oppetite; stops' in?TMaud Wessenr 2 16 ) most necessary and are resultant relief from one box of Dr. King's oon deilrort thei. cermi ind Vpi them digestion; you can eat everything. New Life Pills than any medicine cUin uid helthr untirnitur h.ili. Vtt It on of their proportion of success. liver, kid, , J'willjalso at the same time and A real spring tooio ior the fce, lipi. In th. none, for It I ever tried,'" says 0, E Hatfield la CLBAN. PURE AND HBAilNQ... People of Wishing j 011 a full measure of of Chicago, 111. 2.sc. place stind 7 year old black Jack ney and stomach troubles. Cleansat your "Tall It Dr Th Dall" and you success in all of your offorts, beg Druggist. with vitliV points, i5 hands high es your whole system ROCKCASTLE COUNTY OF Bitters did to remain, and is afgood breeder at $8.00 to fell fine. Electric stom more for Mr. T. D. Peeblo's Yours very truly, insure jljvinK colt. ach troublesthananv medicine be P. L. LAIR. LAI B CO. over tried. Got a bottle to day. Lexington says: Hiatt, Kv 500 and $1100 at your Druggist BA.N.K PEOPLES 1$ RrHfJen's Arnica Salve for Lexington, Ky. April 24, 1O14. HaBBaKSH Eczema. Mr. Jas. Maret, Sec, Mt. Vernon Commercial Cl.ib, Mf Vernon, Ky. Dear Sir: We beg to acknowledge receipt To Covngton, Jr., is a dark of your circular letter together bay, 0 hands high, black points, Good paint guarantees your house against getwith otir coopemtion circular of He posesses foaldd April, 1908. decay, just as good insarance guarantees tho Mt. Vernon Commercial Club all tlikfive gaits with grace, speed 1 your thrifty and congratulate vou against loss by fire. "Any old" paint and action. He is a true typo of on their showing. ;iBMs,riA community ' is no more.safc than "any old 1U9U1 U&lWW the iaddle in beauty of motion ffl I I fol. If every community would Tom Covington, Jr.,' und jgrm? You want sound insurance and and get the low your example II N IJ is a"fombii(ed harness and saddle business and public spirited men $T j 1 jfv?, staljroji, a fine driver, will trot and vJw 0 Ifiw together so that their, energy and u fiEi racw right around the three mint IB til intelligence could bo used as a: urchin. The fastes stallion in unit for tne oettorment or me up-t- oRodkcastle county. He has proven community we would have a much If you lenow about paint, look at the, j a good breeder; breeds uni- Tb Lire Model comnovVbave. better State, than we and stand up CORSET forfii' colts large 'formula on every can of Green Seal. It, Hero's to you and theBucces fort ,and lasting service vffll. He showed the best horse Styl COll Is an average figure corset, is". the oerfect formula for a smooth, made of corded batiste. Finished at of Mt. Veruoa. from a Kabo; is made ctJ m Mtj vornon i'air iaai an' top with allk embroidery trim. Haa a Vpvir Irnlv vn'VrV rubber gore in bottom of back aectlon. elastic, durable paint. for you to wear. It is Hai bust and long skirt. Is il UUUCl niiw; jrco very lightly thecommWrcia CLUB clasp.very lowboned. have featharbone at Haa 9J?lnch front Dade wires cqrta are neiiing worth what you pay iu&ujan.uio bottom .Has three pairs ot supporters. By I no p. Crair. r, Sec. 1 FOR 8AI.E BY At,' i stallion wi 1 ampionlO yearr-olSizes, 20 ig'4 I BETTER THAN GOLD A .' I K Em-merso- n , Comedy Drama in Four Acts x WILL BP STAGED BY THE PUPILS OF THE Mb) ivs-ii- i' Vernon-SUegg- s school Friday Evening, May 8th, HIGH' 1914 Brodhead jjmjf' I A 1 .la' W pil-e- At the School Dormitory BTRisis not vy K ' bj-oa- iv entertaining, but it mmas ?jgrare treat' Preach-ersvill- Admission J All County, 10 in Adults, 25 ; '' is Sickness A Sin? p Reserved Seats, I li LlKJNraTlYJt ents.. '- .'.rv'''- .i m jy-- I has-bee- -- nt Children Cry CAS O R A Niw.n j. m tm -- M ,, s'oTWea iJti, : t ,..i. U IV. ,.,r cjiryivo, s.. -- lfh , i. . b ,TI Ifl A Straw the - to-da- y $ the Wind I , Have you Noticed the Wonderful Growth the 1 ill '4'f i 7, $ PEOPLES there's a reason. MlH $ n, $ SAFE AND SOLID $ For the Convenience Antiseptic Salve Eyery Banking Facility' the AMPLE RESOURCES ' $ TF you have, to spend your Use Us $ t $ $ v$ -- II wl KABO money carefully in TOM buying your clothes, CdVINGTON, JR. you can least afford to economize in ting your corset. You'll find exactly what you want in a Kabo The Live Model Corset. You'll get date style, tit, it " A Hann&'s Green Seal Pamt to 32. iCASTOR Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Price $3,00 any price. at " d A) SOLD BY A. B. FURNISH r .a ake seqijon of 1914 at mv barn, trnltfi town ot rtne til ti at 90. 00 Insure a living colt. Season BBBBBBBBI : tfMB l t ii. m !. I J' T B. NO IWHH . J t 1 ftv ' ' 'k .. iAVft.ii. X -v le :- V M Y. M'T. VERNON MT. J&3 1 3v. V vl I SIGNAL , Ml Vernon will go mtt after some Vernon, Ky May i, IKES- '- 79 ip No. 7g'' wjun wnn toOnmmunl. onto Willi BIUNAL. Round trip k) LexiiiKtm $315 1914 May 2nd nnd May 7th, limited to 7f 3 days from date of sale. Ac W count ol Spring Race Meeting Kentucky Asnein'lnn. Wool wantkd: Will pay high est market price (or yvoolv See mo before you sell. J. M. Craig, LouwviLLC&NAtHviLLtn R.Co. FT S d V ?? " iSH TT Sd . v l"5iA V Vl I Mayi-t- . JJUIUI, Ky, $1025, 22 uortn 4.59 pm May 71I1 to 13th, limited to May meeting Im- 24 nortn 3:53 a tn 29th, account 'Hi south n:43 a n perinl Council Ancent Arab'c 21 South i2H9 a m .Order Noblcsof the Mystic Shrine. Cy Mitchell, pi Berea. who was Jas. Landrum, Agent the well known and popuh r re Phone No. 8. resetitative of Swift & Co in this Entered ut th Mt Vernon, Ky. Potofflce territory, was found dead in bed niall matter. h Sunday morning. Death was due to heart failure. Round -tucoml-ciiua TIMETABLE. trip,, Atlanta CONTINUED 10 DAYS NIO&E one of these good suits to have another chance to get the $2 50 Free Merchandiscland will continue this offer another ten days. We want you fellows who have not bought Come in We 'have sold lots of clothes during the. last two weks but we find we still have too many suits in stock. g-oo- P K K S 0NAL a fine Spring Suit1 a little CASH will buy. , - Mrs J. T. 'Meadows sick. is very ganized The boss Scouts are being orhere with S. F. Bowman ' . f ' Thu fntnilv of Tom O'Mara will ' ocate in D iyton, Ohio. Mrs Sarah Maret is very sick her homo near Wildie. Miss Florence Pennington is the WkJKBKcUest of Miss. Nora Parrott. B3Mrlw d M rs. C. C Davis and are in Louisville tins IB -- . J" rVniRhompson spent Saturday and Sundaywith L. R. Hughs at Stanford. "" os scout Master. They now have, 26 members and as soon as their charter or commission arrives will be formed into patrols etc. Notick: Any oue holding claim agaiustthe estate of the late J. Henry FMi deceased, will pro sent same to me at once proper y proven. A. M. Hiatt, Admr Brodhead, Ky. 5 Isaac Harvey of tho Disputnnta vicinity, sold his 42 acre' tar .tea centlv to Jim Godd for $7."o. 'find 111 WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY" THE HOME gp 1r fw MH am J . m GOOD CLOTHES IN.MTVERNON I m K0 Br A P" ySppiVTTTvTi. OT7 TT-IT- h vjrniNiiNjr Kjr 1 s ' Jl H Pjr!X LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH. IT IS YOUR GUARANTEE Id V 4 " '' j hKwVh; i r , fi V Just ns quickly as if his house was There are mountainsjof fire clay . n that besdes ho w)11 in this county some of which is Louisville for tlieEducationaj will movetoiHamUtpti.J' Ohio. still be a booster for Boone Way now being utilized. This same farm was bought by Comention. , and use the slogan "On to Cum- .,. County Court Clerk S.. F. Bowago Tor J. M. man, requests us to announce that who has been Mr. Harvey two jtars Mt. Vernon's new hotel, tho berland Gap Mrs Alice Tate about $l.rio. very sick for the past mouth is Rockcastle, was formally opend he has 85 per cent of the sheet CIRCUIT COURT. Colored excursion to Louisville at noon last Sunday, April 2Gth, some better. money. ND EYES ONLY GOOD FOI THE Mrs. T. J. Pennington and Sunday May 10th, Leave Mt. when anelahorato and sumptuous Circuit CoUrt convened KYEN nr MlK A Swann Hat FREE with Fish's It Tom dim,- - nlrnliirl or cuniteiitrd, relatives here Vernon 7:30 a. m.,-- arrive Louis- spread, prepared under the sup- day weak, children are' with with a small crowd in they cai be sratly yet urcljr $ln., $i7. and $2o. Special Spring ville li :2s a in. Leave Louisville ervision of Mrs. Mnllie Rider, was clenretl, DrlchleuMl, corrected nnd during the week. by (lis clennkng, limited time only. Qfet lirnlini;, lrcii(7tticalnir properties returning 10:30 j?. m . samadato. enjqyed.by'the guests'. The fol" for iho first day. Judge B. Misses Rose McCord and Maud J3ethurum and Commonwealth's yours today. of KAOLi: l.li: SJiUVh. Una 230. trip. ' Tickets, lowing was the menu": 2 25 rqtind Rate tube l'JIOVtU It. Rowlee are in Louisville attending Attorney, M. L. Jarv s both good only on excursion train. D Round trip to Louisville S4.10 Boiled Ham Baked Chicken tho Educational Coveniion. present. The following gentle Compartments will be assigned to Maslit Potatoes Radishes May 23, limited to 3 days. Ac was here men were selected as jurrors. pr. M. Pennington whites if any want to go. l'etts count Spring Race meeting Daylos yesttrday to see Mrs, Meadows in giTand gury. Biscuits Corn JJufilns fcr Mr. James Thompson and Miss Park Jockey Club. consultation with pr. Chesnut. lee Crcnm Owen Allen M. B. Jones, G. Erma Roberts) were united in the ' VrtltfVW Pfilf There is enough iand of good M Sigmonj Tom Kirby, J. E J. M. Hatcher df Middlesboro. orly bonds of iuatrimony April 16. J fliuinlnU Pfil'rt Cake White quality, in this county to mix all was hero Saiurdaw on his wav to Mr Tlinrrit. arvM ic Singleton,' Larkin Hicks, Josh Coffee Ico Tea nrntninnn t, r the concreting jobs In the United We3ll?y Abney, W. A. Level Green to visit his mother. vnunc FnrmeiViuiu a nice yolirg and other good things the writer Ball, , Don Cameron, T. J. Suites for some years. Mr. Arthur Walhnof Columbus man. rhe lride is the daughter s uis forgotten Rockcastle has sufficient stone PeuningtoSnd': H. H. Wood, o., was hero this week to see hi of Mr.Vaud Mrs. John Roberts Always Satisfy who l Below is a list ol guests to" macadamize a turnpike road 20 Male you look, feel and be y " loretuan. sisters Mchdiiiues Alice J'.ile ul u Hearty congratulitions to this dreaied. They here tho ttrle, qualthat "ample justice was feet in width ten times around the ity, finish end wear that patufy, , J. R Griffin. , ,people dtineV the most excallcnt fare arfd eVrth then haw a bij quauttt'yMeflT Mrs Henry Catron of Lincoln Lee KingtKugene Report, Harhand bag, be its unexcelled preparation: R. "B A bUck Losp County, has been with her mother For '3 ale: S. C. brown le, tweenf Mt Vernon and Gran Cuin Mullins, wife and son Benjamin rison BnrdOtte, John French, Jr , horn eggs, 50 cents per setting of Mrs. Sarah Maret who is sick at G W. Thos, Philback, K.J. Smith, E.W. Vernon; mills' containing a pair of new Mullins, Mt. her home near Wildie. Jerome Wtuttaker, J. C. Taylor, J L. 17- Somerset; Thomas, little boy and a black Mrs K. J. Smith known shoes tor f. H. Cummins, Tom 111 , Mart Hicks, the well C. C. Hasty, silk waist an I other articles Adams, Mt Cannel Apr. Hiatt, Ky, Rowe, Jim Shrewsherry, C. H. Livingston matrimon.al candidate to Jonas Williams and wife, Mt Venon; Finder please deliver ""sL was here Wtdtusday looking ovi r M'Kcnztp, Mt. Vernon and re- J C We&tand wife, Just before going to press we Louisville; Muliins,. Hayso Clark, M. G- Thead, Parsons, Wilse teamed of the death of Mr. H. H the field of marriageable ladies. Mrs. Mary E. Mrs. Cleo Brown, ceive reward Fannie Adams, Baker, Billie .Mullins, W M. Baker, which occured at 4 o'clock Williams, Mrs. Milo B. "Butch"; Andy Bakhu, A TEXAS tVONUER. . F, Purcell, Cole this morning. Burial tomorrow Hystner. week fow' divffduringltlf Williams, Miss M. B home a Van book, Ky. The Texas Wonder cures kidney Mrs. W J. ma Burdelte, John French. Sr., at the Baker burving ground. Brown and wife, lrcmJacksor, where ho has a good Oi' The respectable personLwUn a Sparks, Victor C. Tate, Dr P H. D. G Clark und H. K.SMnllms Full account next week. and bladr'er troubles, removing JPOfcltjOll with the L & IS. K K. , revolver in hk hip pockomcLnb Con6ver and vifo, xQ R, Gontry began The wheels of justice J ones roiurneu ss Zvlma will nuns mir iVnlni r.iit,crs. grauel, cures c'iatiets, weak and , I (or crime is a criiniiialffn aiidJivife, of the kidneys Conway record James Maret, Mt. Ver turnrng earl aid fast Monday, as tfln reportejs Upfrora the river "U irregularities from immmV& Satuiulay mental make up in thedenfee that non; boty men and women. and in Mrs. WjlljamMr Weber. oviuencea oy tne re,oros tor mo side ,ownJMonday. It was re she has been visiting her regaidb his private arsenal as OhattangaTonn. . Mrs. Sam d.y Preston Teacher was ti,.erf that ho stuck nrcitv closelv Regulates bladder troubles lu for the last ho r, Mrs. Woods a means of delenso against others D, Lewis, WyGirgia B. Rice, giwn 100 and forty days in jail, by your inspector Franklitvwhl'e children, If not soldfxTT mHll month ,1 ie .an ell uu f fill ihan thugs. Ho is potentially a J. A. LandrHinrWvWsMcKenzie each in five cases aud S'o and 10 to watch "'"v "' here. We couldn't learn the! u,mbk"'"'" W S. Fish tho Stin ford tele- c ituinal in experience in tho des in one dse for selling whisky reason. Probably for protection 1eceintof.S1.00. Oue small bottlo wife, ti M. Miller, Mt. Ver d i phone polo bujer, was in town gree that he possesses the courage and m two months treatment, nd Nas"hille, Bill Spoonamorecarglit the samo uon; J. M. O'Mara, looking naturat again tho wrath of Maret or may- yesterday to shoot, and that is about tho Telin., D. E. Tate, cases. be was trying to recover his Big aom tans 10 peritjci a cure, oiu dilfsront Knoxvilh. do,o lu seven after pending five woeks in a cheapest kind of courage. Tenn , John M. ish Renfi-itHrve Mink, WNJ is, Allen and Ben watch which tho watchmaker for testimonials from his and othor Louisville hospital. StkaNgr h seems like quite After dinner the visitors were Jerry RolicrUeNcfi got $2an"d has had for somo time in his re- states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 The writer is under obligations a stretch ol the imagination to shown thru the building fronv cost for gimiiig.. Lee H ttnpton pair department, elaiming delay Olive streot, St. Louis, Mo. Sold to Mr. 0. 1. Cgg, the Berea auvono when told that the names basement to top story. Every $loo and forty davs in j ill for sell-1- . is caused by inability to straigh- by Druggist. ior a picture of tno New- for ten a bent side bar, properly adg, whisky. Joe Jncksnn "Cox's store" and "Proctors one expressed themselves as becomb Hotel under snow of Mav Si Jedders is now under the store" have a sirniUr sound, but ing much pleased with the oxcel shooting and wounding case con- - just dislocated stuffing boxes. 19th 1S94. Mr. Ugg was hero at over the tolophono they are diffi doctor's care. Not that ho has lent arrangements and furnish t Jed. Mitthei Norton '.breach Tho blow oil or pop valves ,wpio the time and made the negative. cult to distinguish ,if not plainly ings in the structu-e- . Tho open- ot the peace, hung juryjSbquiro badly worn, possibly, as claimed anything much ailing him, but J. E Craig, of Quail section, enunciated. Tho same he's au old man, and ho says that can be ing occured earlier than expected Ab'nej breach of the peacencqnit bv Owens, caused by overuse by the farm one whilo wording on of 'fifty" ard ".sixty"' and on account of so many insisting ed. )9jffl,Parfc cuujngHfcoi nei some of his good friends up stairs, from the way tho women hav-said .day last week, wis struck on the the letters "f" nnd "s" only a upon the proprietor getting ready tree jlcmlitred; Bcdie VatiWinkle Geter Falin, excepted. Franklin bPen wearing less and less clothos, forehead by a flying piece of tim- little more so :hHTthtf WfiSsSSi. "qim d don't want to die before thoy go and attendto occomodate thinks Geter is the duel offender; ho ,hdr, and although apparently ser ants at Circuit Court, which began The case ugajjiSlj! j,ParlJs Rejnolds and you takes your choice. The the limit. He says it cant be far Our teleNbw Pole Link. iously Injured, has rapidly recovthe clothoff, as it now requires with' "tliie killing of Boh The inspector claims to have sent company has just finished last Monday, as well as to take clnrged phone ered. women to fUg a hand Childress and brought to this requisitions for ropairs to wagon ing of two a fine pule lino as (ar as Sand care of tho traveling men and county from Pulaski on change ot works, plow others who have been requesting factories, engine, car. Iix. Springs on Pongo line and strung LOCAL an earlier opening than was con- venue was called Tuesday when boiler machine works and founder-ietwo new wires thereon ana made ready. by the proprietor The both sides announced and thinks will be able to fix ropairs on other portions of said templated Swat that Jly now plumbing and other necoss-irThe tollowing is' the list of the up this hugo timekeeper by July lino, thereby greatly improving A handle factory could do well work to be donO before tho hotel jury to puss upon the guilt or 1st. Tho watch repairer has a tho service from that portion of entirely comploto will bo done innocence of Reynolds : here. faint suspicion that this time piece the country. 1 lie urodnead sjs- - is i ' Thosf Philbeck, Eugeno Repert, was injured to some extent by within next two months when merchandise at tom will next bo overhauled and FRliE: 2.5o in W J. Rider, the proprietor Henry, yBlack, Hays.e. Clark, D. G. being water soaked when theowner improved. Nearly every part of Mr. Fish's today. Ask about it. says he will have the "big open- Clark, Lee King, C. H Mullins, got excited and threw it into the factory will be the county can now be reach t by ing" aud a ball and the writer will J C. Taylor, S A. Abney, Jessey A single tree river sometime back and was re phone. urged by thu Commercial Club. give a good report- of it along Cotton, W. 0. Chasteeu, W. L. covered by Goorge Cook the MISS BEAN, READER wjth a history of the ''Rockcastle" Cummins. The two and one half cents fare pumpor at the water station. V. inclement arid the hotel that formerly accu On account of tne tho L. Si N. becomes effective on Eggs For .Hatching; From When the baby takes too much weather tho crowd which groated pled the lot ou which the now food the stomach turns; the result purebred Barred Plymouth Rocks, Miss Mary BGan on last Saturday hotel now stands. is indigestion, sourness and vomit Rockcastle county produces the evening was small, but not lack There was a time when tho 60 cts. for setting of lfreugs. 10 ing. Frequently tho bowels arc bostquality of lime in the State iug in appreciation. Mfss Bean, proprietor thought seriously of cts. loss if you calUat huusa or involved and there is colic pains of Kentucky. by her wlnniug personality, pim- naming the now building the them. My iowls aro ex.tra good and diarrhoea. McGEE'S BABY layers and wll Barred. 75 per ELIXIR is a grand corrective You get $2 50 in merchandise ple naturalness, pleasing address 'iBoone Way" hotel, hut concludremedy for the stomach and bowel cent, hatch guaranteed. free with overv one of Fish's $15. and fortunate selection of numbers ed that takjng in consideration of disorders of babjea. It U' pure A. E. Alright, for her program, afforded much tho faot that most of the m'atorial Special suits for a limited time Wholesome and pleasant to take. Brodhead, Ky, Price $$0 and 5oc per bottlo Sold pleasure arid entertainment for fused In the construction ofthp B 4 10 ' Round trip to Louisville by John Robins. Brodhead, Ky. lier audience. The people of'Mt. house was procured within the Acct. May 9 limited to 3 days. Vernon are to be congratulated lwwUUV7 .," ..vj ..I...WV..O, rauuicio county planted McCracken I Spring Race meeting Churchill for having secured such a charm- - etc. wore natives of Rockcastle 62,000 apple trees this spring. Downs. Tor Infanta and Children, ing reader as Miss Bean for an county, prido suggested the use Rockcastle would do yspll to plant evenings entertainment. A pleas- of the home nme and the propie- - Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought more fruit trees and study their Laugdon Memorial School got nA ili nri.c of- tlio ff Tt. ntr Vflnetv was -..... tnnir nftnf uiu - afforded hv torn tnr savs ho vo .- cultivation and care. There ore J ...- j "tr " J'- ,iuicu'it)on, np Bears the big returns hi fruit when trees are particulars. run music nu ui usr., ytvcu u ivjiss taite caio or uu wavuiors luciud-Elsi- e Blgaatuie .Assocl Rhea of Laugdou Dormitory, ing those going over Booue, Way properly looked after. aQcount next week. Supt. W. A. IDavisyas In ROCKCASTLE .. nM Mon-tow- n EAgleeSsalVl 1". EYES-A- ikLosED5wi2OTx:H 3 fee Gi-ee- 11 Between P Good Fellows Just LIFE'S TOO SWANN HATS , SHORT Life's too short to be bothered with underwear troubles Open crotch union suitskept jnillious drom wearing conventiiiton sirts.gap nnufwi: tho crotch. Tile rouglTci clothing iiritntcs tho unpro BtPHt reo The tected skin. edges of tho opening sees.av( through, tho crotchjnud draw into the seat uncomfortably. . -- V !& L couphuol-spk'udidyou- ng -- I & SON 4 j( w ''Is 17-4- t- - & ient underwear. Opeihcrotch ."LMhi ..,ar ....... JW - t :-- tar 1 fM '!. . no-fir- st You can get a quiqk'divorco from underwear anoyance. Dress w ith the now patented union suit nnd banish nil these roubles1 - !,-- . ane-tf- "T'T sel-irom 01 cs photo-graphe- r Wo are howing a complete lino, including your sizo, with the genuine Kenosha KLOSED KROTOII for comfort. ') hoy are priced troin $1.UU to $Z.UU. 'We Stand By What You Buy" ' 3 rs SaufTaHsiS VI The Home of Good0 Clothes T s ' k fot Royal Baking Pow-d- zt ioit - to-da- t. CASTOR A I making the Best cake9 hkcait and pastry Royal is Absolutely Pute and the only baking powdet om Royal made gfape cream of tartar. i - "h - i.nnf -' -- -'- - T .- - .- .- mOu ,u V vt "1 - v At! Vw j1 .tn r J J a ' A VV2l m ifMkmM ,v V" ' I . ", ' r s .. 4 y . j.,7 f aSSZa 4. p. . : Merchants,! - of i s. p$ip&bvory olio it. oiii customers that wo will, bs m stocks and fill all'ordors promptly "to liuiintuin adequate and at correct prices. wjsmtmsssureour sumption draws net we tjlio . S.C. 1cbri- - f Canal And Tolls KELLOGG&'CO. (Kc.) Richmond, Ky, Wholooalo Grooerx (Extracts From Arkansas Pass, Texas Progress) The Fight Ajnin8t Subsidies. "It is for thpt explicit declnra (ion against KubMaitis that Pres ident Wilson is now standing in the canal tolls iifiht. At ' Bnltii mor- - tho special interests fai ed failed to candidate, touametie indicate tlm pi itlorm and fail, d to Since dominate the convention. Wilson's administration began they havelmled to'etnasculato the currency bill and failed to put Wlt-trein conjiol of tho finances of the country. "Now they are making their big tight to lash the democratic party to the mast of the flipping intorc-ttof tho country and secure for a group of shipbuilders that may and owners a subsidy amount to millions of dollars an nually. America's Protected Ships. "There are many reasons why it would be a mistake to permit American coisting vessels to use the canal free of charge, '.evon n no treaty obhgationsof. any kind existed with England or nuj othei ' country "This Is the situation: Tho ship ping interests 01 America are tho protected of any most carefully of its interests No foreign own od vessel Jis permitted to compete in the American coasting tradei It is not a question of favoring American vesol for thu trade This exemption nl the world does not propose to benefit Hny American vessel that is facing the of trade. competition Such vessels, it is admitted ty il must, according to the treaty wi.h Kugland,, pay canal tolls. A .ship t China going ftcjtn Now' York tolls just the same must pa) the Loudon Or as a ship going from Humbutg to China. No Allien can vessel that faces competition would be .benefitted a penny. "But foteign qhips aro not allowed to dcrcoasiwiso trudiug and traffic. No matter how much such competition would reduce the cost of sea ireighttoionsumeis f goods all throngh America, no mutter what benefici.il might flow from such a practice tho coast trade is reserved to American vessels ot . WW t 5W TO - lfS'Vfi&7 I W it answers every beverage re qiiirement vim, vigor, refreshment, wholesomeriess. ga . .$fl V 1 PJfcl ? It will satisfy you, JHL- Bl jf Nr?W ou ice an Arrow thinV of Cocbioi.t ' -- Drtnand the genuine by full name JLLuraea encourage subitltutlon. KrarlVCULep HoPB'Slvn THE COCA-COL- A COMPANY GA. ATLANTA, BJ filiJHii fon-ig- n I- K- l,i. ' Chas.C. Davis Mt. Vernon aH ly- - DRUGS Clias.C. Davis Mt. Verfion Ky. My Phone No. is (39) thirty-nin- e. We open shop at 7 o'clock a.m. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m. You are cordially welcome in our m Jam s ' vr KV i . J&' v J4 s . Li r..B. -- . i you the most to through their agent, tageous CHAS. C. DA'yiS, TheQDruggist, ' Mt Vernon, Ky.. V y Stands. "Indeed it offends no prinriph ofjustice that jillv usors of tb. SHKItli-''canal should piy tho same tialliMALE HOW'SThIS?" rates. The canal cost $850,000 By virtuoof exe'iitloti No. i9H, ' Wo offenejHundred Dollnts 000. It will jost in interact and to me, ulilch issued from the Rewardff'mnjcaso of Catanh mainteuancee $23,000,000 a year, Clerk's ollice olT the IloydCfrcuttCoiirt unit can utbe' cured by Hull's It will probably require anannual in favor of It. U. h. WiUon nntl R R. Catarrh Cure. Pullei ton against tho Itoekcatle F. J Cheney & Co., Toledo. O budget .appropriation of at least Lumber an Oil Compunv, I, Mining or one of We, the undersigned, ba $10,000,000 for the upkeep of tho my deputies will on flic 25 day of May known F Cheney for the lis t canal in addition to all revenues it 19)4, betweonrthe hours of 1 o'elockj 15 years, nnd believe him perfect y produces. Why should one small and 4 o'clock, ffTuiTattlie Court houga honorable in all business transat class of ship owners get an exclu- door Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, tions and financially able tocarr Kentucky, expose at public mile to the ( sive benefit and pay no part of hlgheit bidder the following property, out any obligations made by his firm tho upkeep revenue, waltzing the or so much thereof of may be necessary NATIONAL BANK OF COM burden they evade onto tho gener to satisfy tlio plalntllf's debt, Interest MERCE, , al body of taxpayers. The injury and cost, to-- It: Toledo, O Two tracts Cute is taken in to England would be slight com castle, County, of land located In Rock- Hall's Catarrh "Kentucky on White Oak pared to tho injury to the United bl audi of Kcckciistla Klver Rnil liniuul. temally acting directly upon the blood und mucous surfaces the as, follows: J, States citizens who do not own ed 18tTr.lCt. lwI'lnlllrt'rrrt ,n ulllt.x nnlr system Testimonials sent offree sbijs and are not privileged to HnJpjplar near the holjgwf thonce N Price 75 cents per bottle Sold u7J$l5. 135 poles crosiiup the powder by all Drnggists class of business be found the buy them. can mill branch rt three 'hickories iinil n Take Hall's Family Pills for Work of Subsidists. Smooth spotted oak; thence 24 E 122 jwles to a white- oak on the turn of tho ridge, N. constipation. does world over, "Now we come to tho history of 5 IW 40 propopoles to a black oak on a In the whole field of medicine the smooth work of tho ship owu-er- wage; N. 03 W. poles crossing u opinion, sition before branch to two black oaks on a ridge, S there is not a healing remedy that lobby. Evor well informed 89 W. 40 poles to poplar and two hickwill repair dtimige tothe'flesh of hollow, 8. V.'2l be, and we person.knows that for years this ories In the headblack oak In 2head of motoquicklv thin BALLARD'S or poles to a fallen powerful lobby has worked to seB, a whlto oak SNOW LINIMENT pi cuts, all cure subsidies forAttierican vessels hUow, S. 3irt 85 poles to spotted oak, wounds, sprains, burns, scalds people poles to a i. tz is. W, 72 poles to a ,fallcn black and rhumatis n, its healing- aul Tho democrats have historically S, 2 hollow, of propositions we are opposed. subsidies n ev.ery form oak in the headU of34apole9 to thepointersr PQuetrating fs extraordibegin-marked, S 48 Price 50, 50c, and Si. 00 2t3o In r. cuntnluintr acres. 2nd nary thoroughly convinced, per cent of the Some of.the republicans favor Tra t, bogimiiug on a blaek oak In the per bottle Sold by John Robins, shipping subsidies and'muchof iicmi ur a n(,nqw in me unru nne or 13 Ky. 1i of to-dE. ;5 business and.professional tract; are con tho propaganda ha gone over tho polesoftofirst'chesmitthence N.47 a tddgo; rodhoad, a oak on K. 14 ridgei N. 62 convinced is strictly good business country uudei the c ngressioalu. thencetodown the oak ona ,hlU. side, N. frank, ,'i'lie subsidists have never poles a black oak 13 W 42 to a life unpro- been qu(te strong enough to put fence, the polesdown, white W. 08at the policies to ever to go poles N. 55 oak It has, the only rtal continuous to a pine stump; thence S. 85 w. 30 tected and opinion by their measure across door opening. poles to s Dotted oalc.au ton of the rMge "When the friction wos) be soutnwdxt or Williams nouse rs. ua w. Hoop made of tetted steel. they tween England and Hoops can be adjuited from lad. tho United io noloA to a white oak and black oak and (narked as pointers, S. 68 W. 125 der ffont door frame. States over (ho right to fortify poief to wnue pax in uie iniu ui ursi. advise Doors made of California Red. you to a tract H DAK. iDO notes to a black oak the canal, they carefully nursed wood, ''The Wood Eternal," ; ... . on n, ridge,' S.yO K 40 poles a white oak Kf Tk. on their life tho prejudices, onco S. lfjrB. 0 polos tohe beginning, con- lowViUf eight fromm.iIa. to factory, and from mtlla lac ttlUr so well founded, that they were taining. 34tfaeres "r.9 ou. Gil 01 catalogSilt and Sort ntmij hi of should early. writing ua and pricea. tlm 'property of the JvledonNis 'England's relucreawakened. LOUISVIUE SJLO AND TANK CO. . tlncorporated) Rockcastl' r seeks her in tance to allow American control Compauy,, Mining, Lumber and Oil a of the canal and. her attempts to TERMSf. Sale will be niado on a thoJast to win her point by dip- credit ofBix months; bond with ap- security required bearing Inter of Louisville, x$px&Dic& lomatic subtleties formed grist pruved est at thehato of stx per cent per annum ' tor tho shinnim.' lobbv mill. show, advanwill be pleased from datflJlmlU paid, and having tho & A'WhJi an apparent fervor of force and effect of a Judgement. local policies suggesteulhat patiptwm they Tins xrMi'J7' nay ot April mu.ii. VaF" rix muui,..'J vju ttii t tic American coastwise ships should MT. VERNON, KY, tPIMoucn"i iwuKcaBiiu uuuiy bo allowed free passage thrvjjjjhe Fron tRooms over Baker's Store VA&JiJih&a is fine timbered laud such Phone canal and. artfully pointed out Ujjit as pojfarwlilte oak, and pine i Jbngland opposed it because ah 1... fn. nut V Where"-Justice time during our shop hours. We don't want to sell you anything yon don't want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let us show you. place at any "No'foreiguer is nllowed topa ticipate in the profi s of such Veil tuifes. to coal roli'fhe' sea's. does not even knovwthnt. the American coasting i vessels enjoy a monopoyoftfie Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station ttadean'd that no other country State University , can compete In it and then the Department of ChcmUivy avongo ci zeudoes not object to Lexington, Ky. 14. ' lloats tho Mt. Vernon Lime Co , seeing ntMhm that a little the best Mt. Vernon, Ky. Atnorictin flag Ho did not Dear Sirs: ofanv proposition see thetiiugnates in thoir offices W"hflVl an l1vzr1"klln Cimnln nf operating railways with ono hand 1Imost)nB whlcl, hem 0n t,,e shipping lines l8th our N() 40.5() and The cam with the Other whllo they sOhem ,? VU9 ftboout a 4 ,b ,lim of .. . . ed to get an IndiNct subsidy. , wL,to mid Tiift pointed out nnldatonft It coi.tained Roosevelt i er cent that the proposed uw would im- of insolu.bo matter, ferric oxtd, pair a treaty ohhgaton with Eng- aluminu, etc., which leaves 90 per land to which the attitude of a cent 6t calcium carbonate, iticlud go id inanT citizens was inginlya trace of magnesium Unit in tfut case England tafght carbdrSate. y9 per cent of calcium worry auwvet a wrinkle. caroonate is equivalent to 51) 5 Clark VMVf Adullam, per cent calcium oxld or pure lime President asked for Tho analysis shows thai t,Jns is the repetulf 0io'suh$idy clause s, a yery high grade limestone and eluuor arose, a wild demand tint would bo excellent to grin l for the BaltiuiOte platform bo adhered agricultural use, or wonld n ake It very pure lime. to. Who made this demand? you will not laugh I will tell you. If von should decide to grind It was 5 per cent of the republi- this e for agricultural use can party in tho o7Crhpuso of or to sell agricultural lime, I would congress, The democrats had be very glad to hear from ou convinced the country oufall the further in regard to price of the planks but one and the republf pioducts. We have many inquiries cans had bocomo ardent converts and could refer to yon such as are on that ono. ", convenient to your estiblishrnent wero a few demo "Also ervtrulr yours, crats, umoi g 'hem Mr. Champ., KrjFRED M PfiTRR, Clark speaker of the house, and ;"'"' spinel oucimsi. i.ir .M !.. erstwhile candidate lor the presi r dency, and Mr. Oscar Underwood, a ci (levant applicant for the same S.H3H0131J U0J position Tliey started a cuvo of Adullam lor the disconteutei MuVornon, Ky. 4 27 I4 wherein wt re found those demo on Mt Vernon Signal: cnt.s who had lavortd a sugar and had lst it and those ' Mondiy 2Cih, first day of Rock democrats who had favored a ax castle Circuit Court. The instn On wool and other things and had thin of this able and upright udg to tne Grand Jury very fine und lost ihem. country at large tapped exhiustive. the best I have heard "The I s forehead retulniscenil.v when for many years. The way to noih ng tho persbnol of the AiUil suppress crime is to enforc- - the of the bmite- - and say. "Ah, methinks 1 law Hnd give the extent nud rstaxd tho wheticeness of largest penalty. Ai.d let there be tins' whercfor ''JtAlso the said no pardoning by the Governor" nor c niiitiy lifted itsTk shoulders tuul moling by the Parole Commission ex posed the palras.of its hands. l ia you know the convict is fcofng "With the Wimbl leans wrt t die let him eo hotrm to illii ot found the si'dvocan.s oi th- - .hip ,snb.sid2uM,ii(lfstlf.MMb h 'ds own expense and be buril'd at sidic's cliamplonirtfrthc ', ly th (his rtWn expens- - nnd limit liifn b oldtiuio dittjiii a corta n time, and it he jdoos'tiot die wish the time limited CHILD takehim back and double luu linn1 A cross, i evisy listless child", althonirh ho may ben life coYivict tlie first With oated t -- r.e, p )e, doseu,t I am to sp uk here on very little diy of the next August term of sleep; eats so.ittuiu-then ugii'ii rVtfiumsly; stomuoh this court 3rd Monday in August sour; iri.th fetid; pains in stom- Subject "Law " U'l the people ach, s it n iiarrlna; grinds teeth ciowd the Court House at the nhilc aslcp, and up with ringing of the b II at 1:30 oeloc. terror a Isuggestot Worm Killer som-ng ih.it s worms, and In ar all the law that can be ind linu t every child has them . told in one hout. Kickapo Worm Killer is needed. The Rockcastle Hotel opened, Get a bo to day Stan at once here Sunday. Magnificent furniYon wo 't to oax, as Kicka 1 predict a poo Wor n Ivilior is a candy con-f- e ture, rooms elegni.t bnU'ant future for thi- - elegant tion. Expols tho worms, the cause of yo r rhld's trouble. 25c Hotel. a, your druggist Fountain Fox Bobhrtt wu&ttTd 8 LIM'&OTOWE t'. V WuyT 'jm &i&&LteaitMm MM. ,., rjKWdl TTrl1 gt For Infants and Children. , Jl ii'mi, il .i.i-- ALCOHOfj The Kind You Have Always Bought iSrr: 3 l'EK r. i.. ' iiiu CMN ANcgclablcPrrparallonrcrils-sirailalfiiSilicroodandRci'ul- a n-n- If Q r ng (Ijc Siomadis niuLConels or -- PII1111II Promotes DigcstionflieeHU-ncs- s and Opitim.MorpIiirie Bears the Signature ', yyp . norKiacral Not Narcotic. EavtofOUDcSSMUmam IbrfJta Stcdm jllxScma "Wntre 3 mi WB3M U-m- Erf JilCaknct&il UimSird' Clialkit Sim' lU&jrwi iann ry Jft1 In y$N. nl lime-ton- CP.M sea A ncrfprt npmpdv for CansnjSt Ion . Sour StomacIt.DlarrhMa Worras.Com-ulsions.FoTns- flK ncss andLOSS OF SLEEP- EicSinule Signatnre of miz fir iiSW y ma a THECKNTAUn For Ovel "' Nrrc &'V m ,f- i- Tub CeNTAun Compatct, NEW YUU1V. RrcS, iiarantectl under the &5XS5 liiirty Years, rootfM VIcJOlS vo Xjo uojpi'mo 'af Tliifi hlhrli' WrJlnCTlA- MSTORI COMPANY, NCW VonK CtTT. Exact Copy of Wrapper. 1. tx Saoiesos DIIO VI RS Rap WorM for Farmers. Grain Men'and Engine Owners merei'ii do no more iaio aavs jTBT 1 it., so r.T.t- - Sn 7, I f J ll U I Makeflmonev old-titn- - .hoots' OROS'-rKHVKKlSH- wat-lafter.i.'vc.1 n ..... little lKiar mnr ever duuc, Makes hich as if 0 bbls. finest flour a day. Do (four own milling millf or everybody around you. Ihey all se flour. And with this wonderful little fast that . this ereatest' ... s ROLLER FLOUR MILL Yorj can quickly bullJ up able paylnff flour trade rfeht In your own com. mnnlty. it's th ctlf1rnlnar aehleremant of tho great Kngltah 4ntU Inrentor, Tattcnall. 1A guaranteed aucceai that revolutionized tlio mill. Ing buaineaa. A cofipicts roller Hour mill In ono small case, requiring only pno man ana nine power to mane D "Midfeet" "ABt H ot Marvel - "A Better Flour Cheaper" money back guarantee. you ve but much to gain nothing to riik strs much cheaper than the largest mllli. Grinds rye and buck wheat, too. Any one can operate It. No Previous MUllnf Experience Neceetarv Geta "Midget" on 80 day a trial mm FREE? 1 Send tor This Free Bool "Tho atory of fa Wonder. ful Flour Mill" telllne what others are doing with It and what you, yourself. he I canao. MILL CO., Inc. 517 Tnit BU. Owtiibirt, If- N -- - .il -- CHAS.GDA5flS Mt. Vernon' Ky. 1 It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to dp any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give I 1 1 W w The Ideal and Succesful Way No .i men who not investigate a forming an nomatter what the question proposition may naturally stand against American kinds until husiness s lc-- 1 a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's Ionic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak,' ailing women for more than fifty years. ut The Woman's Tonic AHUI . i-- 2 2 - but 92 LIFE INSURANCE CO. men that it against through attempt have shown forth their their quick action have taken. Now, just word the should you parents, young men to take out Insurance demand it the Sweethearts heart and hand young man who marriage. THE COMMONWEALTH ay -- 2 Get a Bottle Today! Lvj xmr 2 mi M7 mr imj imj ubj uej ij isi ivi ihi xi yc&3e$yd& & ac&acgfco ii GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER J ; . . anti-Englis- h HI m y 1 Brodhead COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mall, ToKigraph or Telephone orders Promptly tJAIled. Ky .1 , ' Ky.. y3c&3a P. H Conover Dentist 49-- r 0 '"JTHBI ' ,$Trf. vi u r.' 1 I np iSLJOi'. ft&'Jt: V A ( aW f M XUm - -