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Mount Vernon signal: May 1, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914050101_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: May 1, 1914 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. wtepannn i nil Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVII. Mimnf MT. VERNON, 't ROCKCASTLE f r. rrtum SiiittwL - gJMM ' v i'"T . Established 1887 '""latfc - im-- ma i ' -- S-' MlB NUMBER 28 COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY MA1T 1, LVi--t Why not get your hat made to order? You know Ji &a that you ready-made soil building "the initial applica tion of four tons per acre of iiii ground limestone, withsubsequen . applications of two tons per acre every four years will make and maintain a limestone soil on eveiy l::::r Southern farm; and this is the first great economic step to be taken in that positive soil enrichto treble ment which is needed mill'.'. the average acre yield of the land ' now under cultivation and to re.. store to profitable agricultural use the vast areas of tillable land now a... lying neglected or agriculturally abandoned in most Southern ::::!:!::!?;.... HPI I Jk m .... ..JIT ::::s I II I I I wJ A IX I m II II MMk At. ".lilt ' 7 am SBr Ml 5 States." can bz fitted properly in a hat m mm wm. E and you would not have it made to order just for the' mere sake of spending a few MM &? You know that it would extra dollars. show poor judgment when there's no particular advantage to be gained. ses? Sv3 Why not apply the same principle to the buying of clothes ? Clothcraft Clothes at $10 to $20 are ready for service and you can quickly find the one that fits your form and fancy. no delay no guessing how your suit will look when you put it en you can see and try before' No waiting SMS &sa iwa m& IS? you buy. n m$ mm ife&&i iAjljIL5V W . Almost any man-can- .. Limestone and legumes, in the :::::: opening of Dr. Hopkins, must con- SS:::: .,.. stitute the foundation for corn and i. cattle in South. Most Southern soils, he points out, can be made :: to produce abundant crops of dover, alsike closer, sweet plover These and alfalfa. legumes are the best crops; they are the best crops to precede corn and they are aruoug the most valuable crops in profitable farming, livestock Nothing is needed more in the South for the development of the livestock industry. Dr. Hopkins quotes Prof. Geo. Roberts, of the, Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, as saying that nearlv all the cultivated soils of Kentucky are deficient in carbonate of lime. This, de-pithe fact that "there is an impression among many farmers that a soil derived irom a limestone formation does not need the appli Various cation, of limestone." authorities are cited in showing the deficiency of lime in the soils of Southern States. Dr. Hopkins is credited with having done much to increase the acre vield in Illinois. His pamphlet dealing with soil conditions in the South is well worth the study of Southern farmers. Courier i 9 1 --4 1 I JLr 1 A Bm M. B L 1 1 "::i ? ::::: :: E deep-rootin- g TArAr aa :n:: :i hi,. Mt.Vernon w 1 -- " ' Livingston te The Stores that do the Business -- - - - - - be fitted in Clothcraft Clothes with little or no alteration. We want to prove this to some of you men, who onlv think you cannot be fitted in Clothcraft Clothes. Yes, today, we're ready. Ready-for-Servi- ce Rockcastle county has sufficient limestone to furnish many states with all kinds of lime "raw" from the "cooked" or "ground" finest stone in our country. A recent analysis made by Chief CAUOAB HANDLERS Prices Retail Dealers with Wholesale DRY FURNITURE CARPETS NOTIONS fr McB FURNISHINGS Others will be put in commission. & SHOES & SHOES CLOTHING will The Mt. Vernon Lime Co. MT. VERNON, KY. probably install a grinding maHARDWARE HATS & CAPS chine as well as make agricultural lime. The mammoth lime plant of American FENCE GROCERIES the Kentucky Portland Cement and Coal Co located at Pine Hill barb;wire Lexing- Parks, A. 0. Ca.penter and the go to the office and see him not makes plain, agricultural and PROVISIONS friends in Louisville and LHlNUsTON. hydiated lime for which they Rev. D. Edgar Alltn, of writer. Elder Baker will fill his knowing how we would SALT ton regular appointment at the Chris ed. but on reaching the office Mr. have a very large and increasing Mt. Vernon, was in our town, TOBACCOS Dr. R G Webb has purchased WpHnpt.di- v.- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. tian church Saturday and Sud Maret arose with one of automatic sale thruout this and other states. FERTILIZER price a farm on Gauley branch; There smiles on his face with which he It is predicted that this ground McGuire, of Paris, are visiting rela- day, May 2nd aid 3rd WINDOW GLASS STONE WARE paid $6oo The doctor w ll try Mrs. David were services at the Baptist alwavs greets his f rian Is and pre htone and lime business will grow has tives herethisyeek his band at farming and if he and after to vast proportions and prove the Lii'dsay Is visiting relatives in, church, Saturday and Sunday, sented us his hand PAINTS & OILS' Doors -- and Windows as good luck farming as he has Cave City this wtek Miss Ethel conducted by the regular pastor, spending an lulf hour in a pleas source of our county's piincipal had practicing medicine he will ant conversuti 'ii witn Mr. Maret income. Hayse is visiting her sister, Mrs. Elder Allen, of Mt.Vernon. be O. K. C.A.Mitchel of London, MACHINE OILS SCREEN DOORS Edd Quinn, of Paris. Ky this Davis and Daniel Ponder, are on we too? our depart ire, nni now supervisor of L. & N. was here COVE us is what H. Uottongiru was in a fishing tiip down the river. all that is bothe'intj Wednesday Mrs. R J Lernmonds WeekV. will go as far as the Ball penalty should be inli cted upon They QUEENSWARE SCREEN .WIRE Paris, Saturday, on business and daughter, little Miss Another party left S. C Franklin for cau in$ all this Miss Dona Loveh was in Mt. was in Mt Vtrnon, Alley RockJohn Mullirs are in London, this week. WAGONS ENAMELWARE trouble for we dejidi hjU the Vernon shoppingFriday. Luther Monday, shopping. - J. G. Ponder this morning on an extended iLojd Bryant, of Lebaon Jet, is trip up the river. They v.ill gnilty one. the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Reid family left for OKlahoma.Fri-inhere on the extra brakeman list CULTIVATORS go tO'South Fork of the river The Proctor, who has been veiy sick day, to make it their future home. TINWARE H Oliver is ;tlus week. Mrs. composed the party: Limestone For is improving. Mr. and Dock Bay, who has been loca following PLOWS pairing his property and is Buckeye Livesa'y of the as appren Mose Brady, G. W. Martin, Mr. Edgar lor tome time STOVES AND an improvement in that ted here quite Southern Soils section, were the guests of Mr. foreman, hasleen transferred McKay, Cnarley and W. B. Rice, FARMING TOOLS pirt of town. Small pox in this ticeEast Bernswd.Ti.i ne uraaea T. C. Welch and J. A. Childress, and Mrs. Sam Bryant Sunday. to RANGES we are glad to say is a section School has closed here and the Mr. and Mrs. S E. Carter ae visit"A limestone country is a rich Mr. Jack Tredwav and little sistpr HARNESS and thing of the past- .- East Bern 'Country. " This quotaiion is the Pearlie DaltoN, spent Sunday BUILDING PAPER Ver teachers have returned home. ing relatives at Boston this week. stadt base ball team beat Mt SADDLES Prof Wilson returned to Lebanon Atty. C. C. Williams was in our opening sentence in a pamphlet with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bryant non here Sunday, and then gave We' have towu Saturday. We were in Mt. .written by Dr. Cyril G. Hopkins, W. Riddle will preachVat Eld. ROOFING Junction, Saturday. Livingston the same medicine. chemist Alfred M. Peter oi the OWWWWWW9VVWVVVWVVWVVVVW000OaOWae vvvvvwwv Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, shows this stone to consist of 99 per cent calcium carbmate which is equivalent to GOODS 55 5 per cent calcium oxid or pure. lime. Our county already lus one outfit (a "pulverator") griuding this stone at the Mt. SHOES Vernon Quarry, W.J. Sparks Co. sassseeaaa i , - L.-- -- , Eliza-.bott- a, - J fish-an- d I g N- - re- mak-an- g J-- . - t fc , r this to say for the Prefessor, he Dr. W. T. Amyx was in Mt.Ver is the right man in the right place non, Monday. J. W. Browning aud we hope to have the Professor has sold his farm to Q. M. Oliver, with us again tne next term. G. of Scaggs Creek for $1,200 and S. Griffin, our new merchant was Mr. Brown has moved into the in Mt. Vernon, Monday. Mrs. C. Mullins Hotel. Mrs W. M. PresH. Rice, after a few dayf visit ton and children are visiting relawith relatives at Stanford and tives in Lebanon Tct , this week. Paris, has returned home. Mrs. Mrs. I. W. BtJker has returned W. B. Rice, of Paris, is visiting home after a few days' vjsit with relatives here this week. Mrs. R. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. L. Mattingly, of Paris is visiting Dees. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Nice her sister, Mrs1 Robert McClure, ley have returned home froni, Mt. J H. Walton is of this place. Vernon. W. M. Hicks was in Mt. W. G. list. Capt W still on the puny Vernon, Wednesday. to a house vacaRives-hamoved R. Dillon, of London, Ky., is here ted by F. McClure on Hight street J. H. Brownon a fishing trip. The followiug attended court at ing was iu Crab Orchard, Tuesday Monday, from LivMiss Lyda Cook j Mt.Vernon, on 'business. A. Blanford, W. R. ingston: C. hoc rpMiini( home after a few watd, T. J. Pennington, John days' visit with relatives and -s Veruon again Monday and we suppised at thaimprovement that had been made in four mouths the electric light poles were set over town and a portion of the electric lights wire is strung, so electric lights in Mt. Vernon is a sure thing. We were shown thru the new hotel by the proprietor until recently head of the Agricul-wer- e New Chesnut Ridge next Sunday tui'al College of the University of at il: a. m. and at this place at 3 and Mrs. Geo. Parfett Illinois. The title ol the booklet p. m.-- Mr; is "Ground Limestone for South-al- l spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Flim Parrett. Mrs ern Soils." Dr. Hopkins' pamphlet is being C. J. Lovell was with Mr. and Ridge circulated by the Southern Settle- - Mrs. Chester at Chesnut ment and Development Organi- - Sunday. Mrs. Grovef Johnson zation, which has its headquarters spent Saturday and Sunday with B. G. Mr. J. W. Rider and it in Baltimore, and which, accord- her parents Mr. and Mrs. Pine Hill Eld. Green date in every way and ing to its perfatorv announcemeut Mullins at Mt. Vernon should be nrnnH nf rvnloine il.e rmrrinSRc in ile nn.mft Fish filled his appointment at this and we will venture the assertion ' and is prohibited by its charter Pee Sunday and will also preach .- e ;ii u j rauuxt lit. .'here the second ounaav ui- i ' month. Misses Hattie and Fannie miles before you find its equal organization pro-- , d ntaily this were the guests of We called up our friend Maret I claims its belief that corn belt can Langfor.d ; ... 1 m XM: T3;ln and asked him to come out in'l e moved and ought to be moved Misses r auuio auo. v irs "lul"D bunaay. Misses Mattie Owens town, he refused on the erond s t.n th South. and Mattia Riddle are visiting n,. winfcinc9BM,at-i.MM,i- n that he had no one to rtttentfto the board and we in company with can be made a limestone soil; or, Miss Minnie Riddle at East Bern his son, Lloyd, decided we would tQ quote his exact programme of stadt thia wek. -- FLOUR & FEED U. G. Manager MT.VERNON I GEO. S. Manager LIVINGSTON 1 . i: Baker Griffin . , I ' v v -, -- S- - rJI. j?l f.' .- - - - - v. v.. .: - ; WIT VERNON SIGNAL Friday, May 1. 1914 BKOHHEA I). THE DEPOT GiRl . Pike is at home for a fjw days, and a lys he is bad sick, hut j The prem below, taken (run Sovereign Visitor, may be sometoe are inclined to think ilut he thing less th in a classic in compoPublished every Friday by nas a sngnr. toucn or Spring sition, but j he reader will per haps EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. fever, and will be better when the aPTfirt lll.it til a uil ,ac " shade comes his way. J. W. danten-uslnear the truth. $I.OO cer is at home for a two weeks va UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR , .. In every fwn where railroads run m m cation rars it. ci. t is You"!! rind the "depot girl;" n Advert-s- i ig rates made known on visiting her daughter, Mrs. Some who are frisky aud fu'l of Rice, at Livington, this application fun week. She will go Lebanon Jit A'id remind you of pet squirrels. in a few days to spend a month or MEMBER OF Some aTe old and soms are oung KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION two with her son, J. J. Paynter. And some are middle-aged- ; Walter Smith of Crab Orchard, ho.v to use their was here last Saturday and Sun- Some know tongues day. Mrs. Smith who had been Like a oar rot that is caged. assisting .Postmaster Owen for a few days, returned with him to Some have "rats' upon the btain- "R-itsquite large and biauis their home iu Crab Orchrrd Sun quite small A number attendday afternoon It h.is been suggested that in ed Court at Mt. Vornou Mnndsty' Some go just to see the train. While o. hers go to see it all. case Pulaski voted in its proposed The will of the late .7. Henry second election Fish was probated at Mt Vernon. Some go there to ge. their "mail" bond issue at its to be held within next sixtv days, Monday Oihtfi-A. M. Hiatt was nam take their "male" along. wh ''h it is believed will be done, ed as Executor. Claud Owens is Some go there for fear they fail a rouse be selected for a Somerset with his sister, Mrs. Walter To hear their sweetheart's latest Mt Vernon turnpike, starting at Smith, at Crab Orchard, for a few song. Vernon-Skeggend of the Mt. days. Mrs. Granville Owens, Some go there to meet their Creek three and half mile pike via who is very ill, was taken to her auuts Hansford and on to county line daughter's home about two miles Knowing well thev 11 never will south of town last Sunday. We near Piaio where Pulaski come; meet us with a pi'e. It is claim hope the change will prove bene- But, you see, it gives a chance ed for this proposed louie that the ficial to her. The stockholders of To go on a little "bum" gtading would be much lighter The Brodhead Fair Association ' Some go t .ere in broad daylight, and cheaper thru the valleys, on will meet in the Citizens Bank To be seen aud see: the route, than over the hills that hall next Monday evening a 7:3o Others prefer the shades o' night. cannot be avoidi d on other routes p. m Important business to When they feel more free. One of the leadi g citizens on the traisict. John Rigsby and a Mr. proposed lime offers to pay ex Centers were here Tuesday buy- Some advice I'd like to give These wayword "depot strolpenses ot engineers to make ing hogs. J. M. Cress, of Preach-ersville- , lers" surveys and estimates: another was iu town Tuesday.--M- r. It's. true as gospel, sure as you will denote l,ooo and one $000 and Mrs A. M. Hiatt were in live Others are being interested in the the Hiatt section Sunday afternoon That you'll end like all 'high Pulaski's niovement and shou'd The Rev. Boyd Baker., of Paris rollers." bond issue carry there w.ll be ton, filled his regular appointment something doing in Skegg's Valley. at the Christian church Saturday The girl that seeks the love of , man Sunday.- - -- Mrs. Maurice Proc Pulaski. Citizens of Pulaski and is very ill and her recovery is Will find it not in such a p'ace; undismayed by ce small majority tor very doubtful. Mr. Bu, it she wishes, she surely can given at last weeks election a gains', considered Easily find her own disgrace. Mrs. J. H. Walhn and family the bond issue lor good roads, will and Some parents ought to take a pill try it again six'y days after the were here during the week Ofgodold "common sense," date of the late election. M. ny And block the road that down hill leading citizens after ascertaining Where troubles all commence. that a majority of the people voted k of Asm And keep the girls that wear short in favor of the issue have changed or m Sin of Omission? Or Uoto? skirts their stand in the matter and not We transgress Nature's laws, the Liter Away from the temptor's snare, strikes, tuen vre omit or neglect until only promise to vote yes in next we ache or sicken. And thus keep a lot of budding Loosen the dammed-u- p bile. Keep it for the election but will work May Apple looie with the old flirts Boot, (Podophyllin.) PodophylUn with proposition. Already an election the gripe taken out U called From blooming as it were. ' Iirs been called and the campaign ' : A Long Fellow. will open at Somerset next Mon- dajT when Judge B J. Belhurum, O. H Waddell and other leading J. B utit-hn- i 1,1-1 v . -- A -- I BETTER THAN GOLD A Env-merso- Comedy Drama in Four Acts WILL BE STAGED BY THE PUPILS OF THE " Brodhead 1914 HIGH SCHOOL s s Friday Evening, May 8th, At the School Dormitory This is not only entertaining, but it is wholesome food for healthful minds a rare treat! In order to secure the best paid $5 for "the right to stage this excellent drama from tin? pen of O P. Parker. Not only is there a good plot for thought and culture, hut there is fun, pathos, aud high moral ideals in every act. You cannot afford to miss a play of such value. Aye J Admission: All school children in Rockcastle County, 10 cents. Adults, 25 c. Is Sickness Sin? time-trie- d For Reserved Seats write or'call T. H. L1KINS or Reserved Seats, 10 C. BYRON OWENS, Brodhead, Ky. cents. 1 a J 3 r' COUGHED FOR THREE well while the liver is inactive. HERBINE is a YEARS A general movement toward the powerful liver stimulant. A dose "I am a lover of your godsend to observance ot "Go to Sunday-scho- or to will cause all bilious symphumanity and science. Your Day" on May 3, as pro- toms to disappear. Try it. Price medicine. Dr. King's New Dis McCreary, is 50c. Sold by john Robins, Brod- covery. claimed by Gov. cured ray codgh of three head, Ky $ BANK noted thruout the State. years standing." says Jennie One of the Mt. Vernon boys Pleraming, ot New Dover. Ohio. foalefl or mare parted with. wiit the following to the girl he Have you an annoying cough? Is has proven himself a good breeder WHAT OTHERS THINK OF dan Quartermain's will the it stubborn and won't yitld to was sparking. Don't all guess treatment? Get a 5oc bottle by Plack sired his colts being winners at Mt. Black Topsy, of Dr. the Squirrel No. 58; 1st dam bv King's New Discovery OUR COMMERCIAL CLUB who he is: to day. Vernon Fair two years. I'm in a loder mood horse, What it did for Jennie Flemming Bushwhacker, Shankhn's, PEDIGREE: $ it will do lor you, no matter how & fed poe'ic, 2; Kentucky Squirrel and dam Thoroughbred. Tom Sired by stubborn or caronic a cough may What Louisville thinks: off a line Covington, Jr 's 1st dam Maud 4 fun I'll just 623, by Wood Sqirrcl 2622 be It s'ops a cough and stops Louisville, Ky. & send it off to you. Sqirivl 58. 1st dam Willie Hilton, sired bv Old Cl airy, nd tbioat and lung trouble Relief of the the or money back. 50c and l.oo, at Dudderar Reg No. 3633, by Van dam by Gray Eagle. I m sorry U've been 6 O long; Jas. Maret, Seev.. your Druggist. Commercial Club, Don't B disconsol 8; Miher's King 739; son of Silver My Jack BILL WALKEK known Uucklen's "Arnica Salve for King. Engh'sh Squirrel's istdam 'as Crawford Jack, will also mike Mt. Vernon, Ky. But bears your ills with 42de, Pimp'es Dear Sir: & they won't seem so gr8 sired by English Hunter, he by season at same plfice, 5 00 to in- $ We are in receipt of your circuAbdaHh Messenger. 1st dam of sure a living colt SKia Blealsk KEEP BOWEL MOVEMENT J.W. HILTON. lar letter of April. I9I4. being EnjhsE Hunter the Wm. Lusk Caused By Germs REGULAR Pine Hill. sent to the citizens of Rockcastle mare, (best saddle mare Dr. King's New I ife Pills keep County. We wish to commend lever in Garrard County) by Davy kidneys in Germi get under the you upon your enterprise in boost- stomach, liver and Crockett, son of Denny's Dren-no- n, skin or lu - broken healthy condition. Rid the bony place, and it Is hard CAN'T EAT to get rid ot them. ing business in your town and of poisons and waste. Improve by Imp Drennon 2nd dam by INDIGESTION? $ Pus sores or pimples NO APPETITE? follow. vicinity. In these days of com; your complexion by flushing the Highl.nder. Abdallah Messenger Facility DR. BELL'S Eyery A treatment of Electric Bitters merce, efforts of these kind are liver and kidneys. "I got mre sired by Messenger Chief (Sire increases your oppetite; stops in most necessary and are resultant relief from one box of Dr. Kind's of Maud Messenger 2 16) toon destroys these germs and keeps them digestion; you can eat everything. New Life Pills than any medicine clean and healthy untiT nature heals. Use It on of their proportion of success. I will also at the same time and A real spring tonic tor liver, kidHa rtffPS U?.Jne nosei anywhere, tor It I ever tried,' says C, E Hatfield CLEAN. PURE AND HEALING. $ Wishing j ou a full measure of of Chicago, 111. 2.sc. at your place stand 7 year old black Jack ney and stomach troubles Cleansthe Convenience of the People TH It By The Bell" success in all of your efforts, beg Druggist. and you with white points, 10 hands high es your whole system OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Bittrs did to remain, Land is a good breeder at $8.00 to fell fine. Electric more for Mr. T. D. Peeble's stom Yours very truly, insure a living colt. ach troubles thab anv medicine he LAIBCO P. L LAIR. ever tried. Get a bottle to day. Lexington says: Hiatt, Ky 50c and 1 00 at your Druggist $ PEOPLES $ BANK $ $ Lexington, Ky April 24, i9i4. Rnklen's Arnica Salve for Eczema. Mr Jas. Maret, Sec, Mt. Vernon Commercial Gab, Mt: Vernon, Ky. Dear Sir: We beg to acknowledge receipt Tom Cov'ngton, jr., is a dark fi'ti t of your circular letter together bay, 16 hands high, black points, Good paint guarantees your house against getwith our co opeiation circular of foalded April, 1908. He posesses decay just as good insurance guarantees the Mt. Vernon Commercial Club all the five gaits with grace, speed your .thrifty and congratulate you against loss by fire. "Any old" paint and action. He is a true type of community on their showing. the saddle in beauty of motion is no more safe than "any old" insurance If every community would fol and form. Tom Covington, Jr., You want sound insurance and low your example and get the is a combined harness and saddle busiuess and public spirited men stallion, a fine driver, will trot and together so that their energy and rack right around the three minintelligence could be used as an ute clip. The fastes stallion in unit for the betterment of the ate up-to-dRockcastle county. He has proven community we, would have a much If you know about paint, look at the, The lire Model" to be a good breeder; breeds unicomwe now have. better State, than CORSET large and stand up formula on every can of Green Seal. Here's to you and the success Style COM fa an average figure fort and lasting service form colts showed the best horse well. He corset, is the perfect formula for a smooth made of corded batiste. Finished at of Mt. Veruoa. from a Kato; it is .made colt in Mt. Vernon air last Autop with silk embroidery trim. Has a rubber gore in bottom of back section. Very truly yours, clastic durable paint. for you to wear. It is gust under one year old. His Has very low bust and long skirt. Is very lightly boned. Has CO MM ERCIAL CLUB front THE clasp. Back wires have featherbone at worth what you pay at colts are .selling high. This1 bottom. Has three pairs of supporters. By j no G. Cramer, Sec. FOR SALE BY stallion wi Sizes, 20 to 32. champion 6year-olany price. -make season of 1914 atmv barn, Price $3.00 11 4 mile north of Pine Hi at $8.co FOR FLETCHER'S to insure a living colt. Season No one can feel ol Ab-dalla- speakers will address Pulaski's citizens advocating this most imDizziness, vertigo, (blind stagand far reaching public ger) sallow comptexion, flatulence portant are symptoms ol a torpid liver. utiility. CASTORIA Qhildren Cry FLETCHER'S FOR ENGLISH SQUIRREL English ?quiirel is a combined Stallion. 6 years old, full 16 hands high. 3 white feet and star, a beautiful bay. with high style and action, subject to registration. This stallion will make the season of 1914 :it my barn 4 mile from Hiatt Po.stoffice at $7. 00 to insure a living colt. Season money becomes due when colt is money due when mare is traded or par.ed with. Care taken to but not repo, pivvent stble should any occur. ac-ident- Sallow complexion is dne to a ,iv,er HRKBlNE purifies torPid s PEDIGREE- : Tom Covington, Jr., sired by Round trip New Orleans, 26.30, Allen Quartermain, he by Tom Covington, standard and register May 10th and 17, united t May ed No. 18992, sired by Limber account Tuhue IuUr-Jim, standard both trotting and cholastic Meet. pacing; Tom Covington, first dam by Kentucky Chief, he bv Indian $ $ PKOPLES Chiet, 2nd dam by Parsons he bv Alexander's He I h, Ab-dalla- and treng'hens the bowa,s ndrestore b)oom of hea5Il to Price 50c. Sold by John Robins, tsiudtiead, Ky. -- Round trip to Lexington $2.-1May 6 to 9, inclusive limietd to liv r and. tie rosy .Mav 11th. Account Kentucky tfae cWfc Mining Institute. 5 Round trip Atlanta 10.25, June 13th and 14th, limited to June 24th, account Annual Conven-24ttion Photographers Association of America h, $ $ h. A Straw Way Show Wind Blows! to-da- y J by-Blac- k Have you Noticed Wonderful Growth $ -- PEOPLES BANK $ I there's a reason. -- Antiseptic Salve SAFE AND SOLID $ Banking AMPLE RESOURCES $ For TF you have to spend your Use Us $ KABO money carefully in TOM buying your elothes, COVINGTON, 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 style, fit, si yN Hanna's Green Seal Paint It d Children Cry CASTORIA SOLD BY A. B. FURNISH J'B, NOE wBMH i; fyr 7"r7ip:5EiP ! M,-v.e'R- r MT. VERNON SIGNAL; Mt. Vebkon, Ky May i, 1914 n om after atv,-;f,ei some 79 up "No. 7g" wnen wan toOommunl oate with SrGNAl, Rounuiriio L,fX:ngtin $315 May 2nd and May 7th, limited to WQ 3 days from date of sale. Ac J count of Spring A sop-anon- . Race Meeting' -- Kentucky FISH S I Wool wanted est market price R R. Co. wiii pay wool high-fo- r See Louisville &N ashvillc me before, j'ou sell J. M. Craig. May Quail, Ky i-- Pound trip, Atlanta $i0 25. TIME TABLE. May 7th to 13th, limited to May 4.59 pm 22 ucrtn. meeting Im- 24 nortn 3:53 am 29th, account J3 south 11:43 am perial Council Anc ent Arab;c Shrine. 21 South "... 12:19 am Order Noblesf the Mystic a-n- ual CONTINUED 10 DAYS MORE We have sold lots of good clothes during the last two weeks but we find we still have too many suits in stock We want you I Jas. Landrum, Agent Paons No. 8. Entered at the as hicond-ciai- ' Mt Vernon, S Ky. Postoffice Cy Mitchell, ot Berea. who the well known and popul- r resentative of Swft & Co in - w--- s rej -- this mail matter. M rs The bos Scouts are being orT. Meadows is very ganized here with S. F. Bowman J. scout Master. They now have members and as soon as their charter or commission arrives will be formed into patrols etc. Notice: Any one holding claim against the estate of the late J. Henry.. Fish deceased, will pre sent same to me al once ptopoi y ?s 26 PERSONAL dead in bed territory, was found Sunday morning. Death was due to heart failure. fellows who have not bought one of these good suits to have another chance to get the $2 50 Free Merchandise and will continue this offer another ten days. Come in to-d- ay and see what a fine Spring Suit a little CASH will buy sick. The family of Tom O'Mara will locate in D.yton, Ohio. M-- n WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY Sdrah Maret is very sick at her home near Wildie. IS Ali.ss Florence Pennington is the fi-JL-4,PH- il;l Mis-- ; N ra Parrett. guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. 0 Davis and s&e&s fTjtfgl: children are in Louisville tlnsMmven. IS LEADIrtG Admr A. M. Hiatt. week. Brodhear, Ky. Will Thompson spent Saturday 5 Isaac Harvey of the Disputanta and Sunday with L. R. Hughs at vicinity, sold his 42 acre farm re Stanford. USt aS quickly as if his house was There are mountains'.of fire clay was in centlv to Jim Gadd for $7ao. and B. Davis ..... 1U L1JIS cuuuiy soratJ ui wuilu is .... .u.u, w Supt. W. A. still be a booster for Boone Way now being utilized. Louisville for the Educational will move to Hamilton, Ohio. This same farm was bought by and use the slogan "On to CumConvention. County Court Clerk S.. F. BowMr. Haney two ytars ago for J. M. man, requests us to announce Mt. Vernon's new hotel, the berland Gap " Mrs. Alice Tate who has been that $15o. Rockcastle, was formally opend very sick for the past month is about he has 85 per cent of the sheet CIRCUIT COURT. iLE EYE Si Colored excursion to Louisville at noon last Sunday, April 26th, some better. money. NO EYES ONLY GOOI Ft THE May 10th. Leave Mt. when an elaborate and sumptuous Pennington and Sunday Mrs. T. J. Circuit Court convened Mon- - A Swann Hat FREE with Fish's TOTJK BTES art Hying Iemes. If Louis- spread, prepared under the supweak, Sm, stralaed or coageted, children are with relatives here Vernon 7:30 a. m., arrive UOSEDilvfeoTCH VI they cam be greatly yet surely ville 11:25a m. Leave Louisille ervision of Mrs. Mollie Rider, was day with a small crowd in town gi0 Sl7. and 2o. Special Sorine corrected and the week. v during 1 B. J. 'suits for a limited time only. Qet cleared, brightened, tne cleansing?, Judge by 1o:jv p. m-- . same date. enjoyed by the guests. The fol- for the first day. beat In?, HtrMiprtbsaliiir properties Rose McCord and Maud returniie Misses Bethurum and Commonwealth's yours today. of KALK T.VE SAJLYE. One 25c trip. Tickets lowing was the menu : Rate $2 25 round tnbo raovEs It. Rowlee are in Louisville attending s both Attorney, M. L. Jarv good only on excursion train. Baked Chicken Roiled Ham the Educational Covention. present. The following gentle DRoundtripto Louisville $4.10 Compartments will be assigned to Mabht Potatoes Radishes May 23, limited to 3 days. Ac was here Dr. M. Pennington men were selected as jurrors. E 'Jt&iVi whites if any want to go. Green Pen a count Spring Race meeting Daylos yesttrday to see Mrs. Meadows in GTJRY. GRAND Riscuits Corn Muffins Mr. James Thompson and Miss Park Jockey Club. ? consultation with Dr. Chtsnut. Ice Cream Owen Allen. M. B. Jones, G. in the Erma Roberts were united Chocolate Cake Yellow Cake There is enough sand of good J. M. Hatcher of Middlesboro. M Sigmon, Tom Kirby, J. E ly bonds of matrimony April 16. White Cake quality, in this county to mix all on his wav to Saturday W" was here Singleton. Larkin Hicks, Josh Coffee Ice Tea Mr. rl horn j son is a prominent A MM Uuited T A TC t : Level Green to visit lm mother. Mc-- j the concreting jobs in the yv ,tt.rsii young fanner and a nice youi g atid other good things the writer Ball, Wesley Abney. W. A. 1 Kii.nev, Den Cameron, T. J. States for some years. Mr. Arthur Walhnof Columbus man. Tne bride is the dauphtcr has forgotten. Rockcastle has sufficient stone Always Satisfy Pennington and H. H. Wood, O., was here this week to see his of Mr. and Mrs. John Life' s too short to be Roberts who Below is a list of guests Make you loolc. feel and be well to macadamize a turnpike road 20 foreman. sisters Mesdames Alice Tdte ai d Hearty congratulations to. this saw that dressed. They have Ulotjrle. qual"ample - justice, was bothered with underfeet in width ten times around the' to-- . ity, 'finish and weal that atify. J. F. Griffin. PETIT JURV l couple ot splen lid young peoe done' the mos"t excellent fare and QET YOURS HINt earth then haw a big'quautity left Mrs Henry Catron of Lincoln wear troubles Lee King, Eugene Report, Har-- . Losr: A bhek hand bag, be its unexcelled preparation: R B rison Bnrdette, County, has been with her mother For Sale: S. C. brown leg French, Jr , J.'i John son Benjamin Mullins, wife-an- d Mrs. Satah Maret who is sick at tweeii Mt Vernon and Gran Cum Mullins, Mt. Vernon; G W Thos. Philbeck, K.J.Smith. E.W. horn eggs, 50 cents per setting of mins' containing a pair of new Open crotch nnion suits tept her home near Wildie. Jerome Whittaker. J. C. Taylor, J L. 17. Somerset; shoes for little boy and a black Thomas, miliums from wearing Mrs K. J. Smith H. Cummins, Tom . Mart Hicks, the well known Adams, Mt Carmel 111 , C. C. silk waist anl other articles convenApr. Hiatt, Ky. Livingston matnmon.al candidate Mt Vernon; Rowe, Jim Shrewsherry, G. H. 16 Jonas Williams and wife, Finder pleat-- deliver ient underwear. Open crotch was here Wednesday looking ov r M Louisville; Muliins, Hayse Clark, M. G- Just before going to pres we Kenzir, Mt. Vernon and re- J. C West and wife, union sir'ts cap and sas in Thead Parsons, Wilse learned of the death of Mr. H. H. the field of marriageable ladies. Mrs. Mary E. Mrs. Cleo Brown, the crotch. The rough outer ceive reward Milo B. "Butch" McClure w?s Fannie Adams. Baker, Billie Mullins, W M. Baker, which occured at 4 o'clock Williams, Mrs. Andy Baker, clothing iiritates the unproA TEXAS WONDER. diys during the week Williams, J. W Hysineer. B. P. Purcell, Cole this morning. Burial tomorrow home a few Vanhook, Ky. Miss M. B The free tected skin. The Texas Wonder cures kidney Mrs. W. J. ma Burdeite, John French. Sr., at the Baker burying ground. Brown and wife, irem Jncksor, where he has a good of the opening seesaw edges The respectable person wth a Sparks. Victor C. Tate, Dr P H. D. G Clark and H. K.MiiHins Full account next week. and bladr'er troubles, removing position with the L & E R R. through the crotch and draw pockt-- t and no a The wheels of i'ls'ice began Jones returned revolver in his Lip Conover and wife, E R. Gentry Miss Will Dncns nnr vRlnpfl T.iuincr; grauel, cures tiabets, weak and into the seat uncomfortably. a criminal in y, of the kidneys all irregularities as and wife, James Maret, Mt. Ver- turn ng earl a- - d f.st from Conway record for crime is home Saturday ton rep(mer was upfr(;ra the river mental make up in the degree that non; Mrs. William men ana women. M. Weber. evidenced by the records for the side town Monday. It was ' " UKJl,y where she has been visiting her You can get a quick divorce he regards his private arsenal as Chattanooga, Tenn , Mrs. Sam first Regulates bladder troubles in was i.:, j .. .. .. Preston Teacher sister, Mrs. Woods for the last from underwear aunoyance. a means of defense against others D. Lewis, your Mra. Georgia B. Rice, giwn $ioo and forty days in jail, to watch month. Franklin, while children. If not sold by han thugs. He is potentially a J. A. LandrHin. VV A. McKonzie each in five cases and S'n and 10 ujr iu..i uu win uc tele V. S. Fish the Stinford Dress uith the new patented c iminalin experience in the de- and wife, L M. Miller, Mt. Ver d lys in one case for selling whisky here. We couldn't learn the Grus'. 61. 00 Une small oonie phone pole buver, was in town gree that he possesses the courage reason. Probably for protection receipt of union suit aud banish all nd selyesterday looking natural again to shoot, and that is about the non; J. M. O'Mara, Nash ille, Bill Spoonamoi'e carght the same from the wrath of Maret or may- in two m mths treatment, these i roubles a cure. Sid Tenn., D. E. Tate, Knoxvilh. dose in seven different cases. be was trying to recover his B;g dom tails to perfect nftpr nendiner five woeks in a cheapest kind of courage. H'rve.Mink, Willi's Allen and Ben watch which the watchmaker for testimonials from his and other Tenn , John M. Fish Renfro Louisville hopital. AVe are showing a complete I; seems like quite Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 StraNGH. After dinner the visitors were Jerry Roberts etch got $20 and has had for some time in his re- states. The writer is under oblif ations line, including your size, Sold Mo. a stretch of the imagination to cost for g iming. . Lee Hunpton pair department, laiming delay Olive street, St. Louis, to Mr. 0. I. Cgg. the Berea photo anyone when told that the names shown thru the building from with the genuine Kenosha basement to top story. Every loo and forty davs in j il for sell-i- . is caused by inability to straigh-- h by Druggist. grapher Jc a picture of the New-comKL0SED KROTCH for and store" "Proctors one expressed themselves as beg whisky. Joe Jackson for n a bent side bar, properly ad Hotel under snow of Mav 'Cox's comfort. 'I hey are priced under the Si Jedders is now have a similir sound, but ing much pleased with the excel shooting and wound ng ense con- - just dislocated stuffing boxes. Mr. Ogg was here tt store" 1S94. 19th o;tr the telephone they are diffi- lent arrangements and furnish t ed. Mitihel Norton breach The blow off or pop valves wre doctor's care. Not that he has from $1.00 to $2.00. the time and made the negative. cult to distinguish if not plainly ings in the structu-e- . The open- of the peace, .hung jury; Squire badly worn, possibly, as claimed anything much ailing him, but J. E Craig, of Quail section, eiunciated. The same ran be ing occured earlier than expected Abnej bi each of the peace acquit bv Owens, caused by overuse by he's an old man, and he says that "We Stand By What You Buy" while working on the farm one said of 'fifty" at d "sixty" and on account of so many insisting ed. John Parks cutting coiner some of his good friends up stairs, from the way the women havi day last week, w is struck on the ihe letters "f ' mid "s" only a Upon the proprietor getting re:dy tree acquitted; Bidie Vau Winkle Geter Falin, excepted. Franklin been wearing less and less clothes, forehead by a flying piece of tim- little more so re.ee sequin d- - thinks Geter is the chiel offender; he don't want to die before they go to occomodate visitors and at:end-ant- s breach of the ber, and although appare nlly ser at Circuit Court, which began The case sgainst Piuks Reynolds and you takes your choice. The the limit. He says it cant be far Our Nkw Pole Link. iously injured, has rapidly recov the clothkilling of Rob The inspector claims to have sent off, as it now requires company has just- finished last Monday, as well as to take clnrged with the ered. women to 11 g a hand and biought to this requisitions for repairs to wagon ing of two The Hjme of Good Clothes a fine pole line as far as Sand care of the traveling men and Childress who have been requesting county from Pulaski on change ot works, plow factories, engine, car. Ex. others Springs n Pongo line and strung LOCAL Tuesday when boi'er machine works and founder two new wires thereon ana made ah earlier opening than was con venue was called templated by the proprietor The both sides announeed ready. ies and thinks will be able to fix repairs on other porttons of said Swat ihatfly now plumbing and other necessary The lollowing is the list of ihe up this huga timefceeptr by July ' ' A handle factory could do we'l line, thereby greatly improving guilt or 1st. The watch repairer has a the service from that portion of work to be done befpre the hotel iurvto oass uoon the : here. is enjirely complete will be done innocence of Reynolds faint suspicion that; (bis time piece the country. The BroJhead ss-teThos Philbck, Eugene Repert, was injured to aqine- extent'hy 2.5o in merchandise at will next be overhauled and within next two months 'when FRltE: Hayse Clark, D. G being water soake.4wen theowner improved. Nearly every part of Mr. W J. Rider, the proprietor Henry, Black, Fish's today. Ask about it. says ne will nave the big open- Clark. Lee King, O. H Mullins, got excited and ttfrew it into the factory will be the county can now be reach t by ing" and a ball and the writer will A single tree Jessey river sometime back, and was re J C. Taylor, S phone. ., urged by the Commercial Club. give a good report of it along Cotton. W. O. Cbasteeu, W. L. covered by George Cook the MISS BEAN. READER with a history of the '"Rockcastle" Cummins. and one hall cents fare The two pumper at the water station. On account of tne inclement and the hotel that formerly accu 1'T on the L. & N. becomes effective Eggs For Hatching: From When the baby takes too much weather the crowd which graated pied the lot on which the new to day j;ure bred Barred Plymouth Rocks, food the stomachurns; the result Miss Mary Bean on last Saturday hotel now stands. is indigestion, sourness and vomit produces the evening was Rockcastle county small, but not lack There was a time when the 60 cts. for setting of 16' egs. 10 ing. Frequently the bowels arc best quality of lime in the State iiig in appreciation. Miss Bean, proprietor thought seriously of cts. less if you call at house for involved and ther? is colic pains of Kentucky. by her winning personality, sim- - naming the new building the them. My fowls, are extra good and diarrhoea. McGEE'S BABY per ELIXIR is a grqtpd corrective You get 82so in merchandise pie naturalness, pleasing address "BooneWay" hotel, hut conclud- layers and wli Barred. 75 remedy for the stjjmachand bowel guaranteed. free with everv one of Fish's $15. 'and fortunate selection of numbers ed that taking in consideration of ceDt. hatch disorders bf babies. It ii pure A. E. Albright, for her program. , afforded much the fact that most of the material Special suits for a limited time wholesome and pleasant to take. ! o-- tj Brodhead, Ky. rnue 'pleasure and entertainment for used in the construction of the 5 T ! Z , . 55U WU dou per uuitie ouiu " her audience. 'Ihe people of Mt. house was procured ",av",c " . p. by John Robins. Brodhead, Ky. within the way uumeu iu 6 Ja- " t Vernonire to be congratulated county and the" builders, laborers' planted McCracJteu county I bpnng Kace meeung uiurcuui for having secured such a charm- -' etc. were natives of Rockcastle 62.000 apple trees this spring. IJowns. For Infants and Children, ing reader as Miss Bean for an county, pride suggested the use Rockcastle would do well to plant Langdon Memorial School got evenings entertainment. A pleas of the home name and the propie- - The Kind You Have Always Bought more frujt trees and study their st the K E. ing variety w is afforded .by two tor sayshe will look after and Bears the ' tbreeof the cultivation' and cfue. There are paitieulars. Full music numbers, given by.Miss take care of alPtravelers includ-- 1 Signature of AssociitiDn.no M&&4 big returps in fruit when trees are J Elsie Rhea of Langdon Dormitory, ing those going over Booue Way i account next week. properly looked after s THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES j IN MT. VERNON LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH. IT YOUR GUARANTEE as OPENING OF THE 0.i. ROCKCASTLE -- ln lAg alVE EYES-A- J Clir o Between Good Fellows Just t P t-- n LIFE'S TOO SHORT o " FISH & SON H-ist- 17-4- t. Mc-Kinne- y, Mo-.du- . in-pect- ii no-,u- m I b -- telephone ffiSyfflj - -- -- m - The e is no sdbstitote A.-Ahn- - -- t. r: 1 c" titi CASTOR A iot Royal Baking Powder lot making the best cake, biscuit and past y Royal is Absolutely Put e and the only baking powder made from Royal cream of tartar J pris Zs $ - 3L . , " -.!V j -- . ,-1..-7 -; - - r-- ,- . ja.- . . - -- ' - : ' . . y:i$c,m - - - .:"'.!; 1? . - ' . efc heavy sugar corV sumption draws near we wish to asssureoiir in the past, use every effort oui customers that we will, ss to maintain adequate stocks and fill all orders promptly and at correct pricog. Merchants I A the season :cf canama una! I KELLOGG & CO. (Inc.) Richmond; Ky. Wholesale Grocers yV mm www I 1 M it answers every beverage re- - quirement vim, vigor, refreshment, wholesomeness. &ai It will satisfy you. V 3bk . JhL Demand the genuine by full name 2 ickuames encourage substitution. THE you an Arrow think of Coca-Cola COCA-COL- A COMPANY Vriec-r- er d Xhas.C. BV DRUGS lS" 3-- P HBHISIV fiB3RDu Davis Chas.C. Davis Mt. Veruon Ky. Mt. Vernon Ky. My Phone No. is (39) thirty-ninWe open shop at 7 orclock a.m. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m. e. during our shop want to sell you want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let us show you, You are cordially place at any time hours. We don't anything yon don't welcome in pur CHAS.C. DAVIS Mt. Vernon The Ideal and Succesful Way No class of business men can be found the world over, who does not investigate a proposition before forming an opinion, nomatter what 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 business and professional men or are con convinced that it is strictly against good business policies to ever attempt to go through life unprotected and have shown forth their opinion by to-d- ay v -- their measure across be"When the friction their quick action they have taken tween Englaud and the United a word to you parents,' you should advise the States over the" right to fortify they carefully nursed the Insurance on their life tbe canal, young men to h prejudices, once so vell founded, that they were early Sweethearts should demand of the reawakened. England's reluc who seeks her heart and hand in tance to allow American control young of the canal and her attempts to marriage. the last to win her point by dip- of Louisville, attc subtleties formed grist jtpjlhe shipping lobby mill. will be pleased to show you the ' "With an onnaront fotir.-inf their local agent, tageous policies patriotism they suggested that American coastwise ships should TheQPruggfet, C. be allowed free passage thru the, ,. canal and artfully pointed out-tha- t Vernon, England opposed it because 5 b ridge: poles country under the ct ngressioaln thence to a chesnut oak. 62 a. E. 14 down the ridge N. frank. The subsidists have never poles to a black oak on a hill side, N. to a white oakt 13 VV. 42 the been quite strong enough to put fence, the polesdown, N. 55 W. 68at poles oak 1-- warned to control the seas Th everage citizen do.--s not even now that the American coatin" vpsshK enjoy a mono.o y of the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station uadejmd that no other country State University Anil can compete in it and thPn the Department of Chemistry average ci' zn does uot object to " Lexington, Ky. 3 14. floats the Mt. Vernon Li ne (.o , seeing anvtli ti4 that (Extracts From Arkansas American Hag get a little the best Vernon, Ky. Pass, Texas Progress) ofanv proposition He did not j)e,r yj-s- . see the magnates in their offices We have an ,,vz tl ,he Sam )le of operating railways with one hand jmestone .winch sent us on the The Fight Against Subsidies. shipping lii.es l8th CoUr No and The cam. "It is for that explicit declara- with the other while they schera ' ple WJls ahnont435rt) Jb jnmp of 4 a tion against subsiaies that Pres- ed to get an ind rect subsidy. neariy whitet rather soft, ooihic ident Wilson is now standing in Roosevelt and Taft pointed out' r, Wi, Vt :n(A , r P, i:m0c.n the canal tolls fieht. At Balti that the propased law w uld im- tlMJlW of insoluble mafer, ferric ox'd, more the special interests fai ed pair a treaty obligation with Engalumina, etc.. which leaves 91) per failed to land to which the attitude of a to name tie candidate, cent of calcium carbonate, includ indicate the platform and failed to gojd many citizens was ing only a trace of magnesium Since that in that case Eugland might dominate the convention. carbonate. 99 per cent of calcium began worry and get a wrinkle. Wilson's administration carbonate is equiva'ent to 55 5 they have failed to emasculate the Clark's Cave of Adnllam. per cent calcium oxid or pure 'ime. currency hill and failed to put "When tht President asked for The analysis shows t at. ths is Wall treet in contiol of the finan- the repeal of the subsidy clause a very high grade limestone and a ces of the country. chmor arose, a wild demand that would be excellent to grin I for making their the Baltimore platform be adhered 'Now they are agricnlturil use, or wonld u ake big tight to lash the democratic to. Who made this demand? If very pure lime. party to the mast of the shipping you will not laugh I will tell you. If vou should decide to grind interests of the country and se- It was 5 per cent of the republithis limestone for agricultural use cure for a group of shipbuilders can party in the lower house of or to sell agricultural lime, I would that may congress. The democrats and owners a subsidy had he very glad to htar from ou amount to millions of dollars an convinced the country on all the further in regard to price of the.--e nually. planks but one and the republi products. We have many inquiries America's Protected Ships. cans had become ardent converts and could refer to you such as are "There are many reasons why-i-t on that one. convenient to your establishment would be a mistake to permit "Also f'ce were a few demoVery trulr yours, American coasting vessels to use crats, amo g hem Mr. Champ ALFRED M PETER, the canal free of charge, even it Clark speaker of the house, aid Chief Chemist. no treaty obligations cf aty kind erstwhile candidate lor the presi existed with England or any othei and 'Mr. Oscar Underwood, Ifcd country ' a ci devant applicant for the sau.e S.H3H3131J HOJ "This is the situation: The ship poMti.m They started a cave of ping interests 01 America are the Adullain lor the discoiiieme i Mt. Vernon. Ivy. 4 27 I4 most carefully protected of any I wherein were found those demo of its inteivsts No foreign own r ts who had lavoud a tm. m IMt Vernon Signal: Monday 25? h, first day of Rocked 'vessel Jis permitted to compete sugar and had lost it and those in the American coasting tr.idei democrats who had favored a tax castle Circuit Court. The instri It is not a question offavor'hg on wool and other things and had tion of this able and upright Judge to the Grand Jury very tine and for the trade lost them. ' American ves-elot the world This exempt on "The country at large tapped exhaustive, the best I have heard years. The wav 10 does not propose to benefit any i s forehead reminiscenily when for many American vessel that is facing the 101 h ngthe personel of the Ariul-latnit- suppress crime is to enforce the of foreign trade. .f the competition and say. 'Ah, methinks 1 law and give the ext nt Such vessels, it is admitted by a il nudurstand the whtneeness of largest penalty. And let there be must, according to the treaty wi.h this whercfor " Also the saul no pardoning by the Governor nor its England, pay canal tolls. A ship ount y liftedpalms shoulders and pooling by the Parole Commission exposed the of its hands. going from New York t j China "With the republica- s were 1' you know he con vi t is going must pay the tolls just the same found the dvocaus 01 I die let him go home to die at subsidy and otner su b his own expense and be buried at as a ship going from Londou or the sidies championing then by t h his own expenst and limit him to Hamburg to China. No Ameri die in a certain time, and it he can vessel that faces competition old, time would be benefitted a penny. CROSS? FEVERISH? does not die with,fhe time limited CHILD take him back and. double his time "But foieign shios are not alSICK? although he may be a life cnvict. lowed to do coastwise trading an I A cross, i. hst'ess child, 1 am to sp ak here on how much with oated to traffic. No matter the first p.le, competition would ied.ice sleep; eats somet.ii;s very little day .f the next August term of such r venously; stomach this court. 3rd Monday in August the cost of sea Ircight toconsumets then sour; ore th fetid; pains in stom- Subject "Law " L- -t the peop n . f goods all through America, no matter what beneficial results ach, with .Jiurrhea; grinds teeth ciowd the Court House at the while asleep, and stars up with might flti.v from such a practice terror suggest oi Worm Killer ringing of the bell at 1:3 o do. : the coast trade is reserved 10 som ti ig that s worms, and hear all the law th.it can b ind wIuuj t every child has them. told hour. American vessels Kickapo Worm Killer is needed. The Rockcastle Hotel opened is allowtd "No foreigner in the profi s ot such veu Get a ho '; to day Start at once here Sunday. Magnificent furni You wo t h e to oax , as Ktcka tures. poo Wor n Kiher is a candy con-f- e ture, rooms elegant. I predict a hrill-'an- t future for thi elegant Where Justice Stands. ti m. Expels the worms, the "Indeed it offends no priuripK cause of yo r ch Id's trouble. 25c Hotel. Fountain Fox Bobbrtt of justice that all users of ih a your druggist "1 HOW'S canal should pay the same tratri SHERIFF'S SALE ThTS rates. The canal cost $350,000-000- . By virtue of exe!titioi No. i914, We offer One Hundred Dolla s It will jost in interest and to me, which issued from the Keward for any case of Catanh mainteuancee $25,000,000 a year. Clerk's otlice off the Boyd Circuit Conrt mat cannot be cured by Hal's It will probably require auannual in favor of 11. E. L. WiUon and E. E. Catarrh Cure. Fullertou the Kockcatle Mining F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O budget .appropriation of at least Lumber against Company, I, or one of anl Oil We, the undersigned, bat $10,000,000 for the upkeep of the my deputies will on the 25 day of May known Cheney for the 1 1: t F. canal in addition to all revenues it 1914, between the hours of 1 o'clock 15 years, and believe him perfec y and 4 o'clock, p. m. at the Court house honorable in all business transa. produces. Why should one sm-dclass of ship owners get an exclu- doof 1 1 Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, tions and financially able tocarr expose at public sale to the out any obligations m de by his sive benefit and pay no part of Kentucky, hihedt bidder the following property, firm. the upkeep revenue, waltzing the or so much thereof of may be necessary NATIONAL BANK OF COM burden they evade onto the gener- to satisfy ttie plaintiff's debt, interest MERCE, al body of taxpayers. The injury and cost, t: Toledo, O Two to England would be flight com castle, tracts of land located in Rock- Hall's Catarrh Cute is taken inCounty, Kentucky on White Oak pared to the injury, to the United b anch of Rockcastle River and bound- ternally, aciing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the as States citizens who do not own ed1st follows:beginning at a white Tract, Testimonials sent free oak system. ships and are not privileged to and pplar near the hollow; thence N Price 75 cents per "bottle Sold 67 hi 135 poles crossing the powder by all Drnggists. buy them. mill branch to three hickories and a Take Halls F?mi"y Pills for Smooth Work-o- f Subsidists. spottad oak; thence 2J4 E 122 poles to a oak on the turn of the ndge, N. constipation. "Now we come to the history of 5 i white46 V. poles to a black oak on a In the whole field of medicine the smooth work of the ship owu- - r.dge; N. 63 W. lo4 poles crossing a hranch to two black oaks on a ridge, S there is not a healing remedv that ers lobby. Every well informed 80 W. 40 poles to poplar and two hick- to the flesh person knows that for years this ries in the head of hollow, S. 2 W. 21 win repair ditnige moie quickly thin BALLARD'S powerful lobby has worked to se- poles to a fallen black oak in head of SNOW LINIMENT, pi cuts, hollow, S. 3 E. 85 poles to a white oak cure subsidies forAmtjican vessels $'. 42 2 E. 104 poles to a spotted oak, wounds, sprains, burns, scalds The democrats have historically S . 2 in W . 72. poles to a fallen black and rhumatisn, its henltng an the head of a hollovv, pointers penetrating p .wer is . extraordiopposed subsidies iu every form-Som- e oak S, 48 E 34 poles to the begin- - nary Price 95q, 5oc, and $1.00 containing of the republicans favor in ', beginning on 26o acres. in 2nd per bottle Sold by a black oak John Robins, shipping subsidies and much of Tra t,of a hollow iu the third line the B rodhead, Ky. or ueud the propaganda ha-- - gone over the " of first tract; thence N. 47 2 E. 5 on LIMESTONE 4-2- Tolls sfeTEH'n: I . 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Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. a trial. The Woman's Tonic 1-- Get a Bottle Today! yc&3ey&&?r 2 Now, just it take out anti-Englis- to a pine stump; thence S. 85 W. 36 poles to spotted oak on top of the rMge southwest of Wjjnams House. N. 62 w. 4o poles to a white oak and black oak S. 68 W. 125 and marked as pointers, pules to white oak in the line of first tract S. 63 E. iOO poles to a black oak on a ridge, S. 59 E. 46 poles a white oak S. 18 man THE COMMONWEALTH through DAVIS, LIFE INSURANCE CO. CHAS Ky;. most advanj I " property of the Mining, Lumber and Ojl Rockcastle Company. TERMS: Sale will be made on a credit of six months; bond with apbearing .inter proved security-retjuireestat the rate of six pec cent pep annum from date until paid, and haying the force and effcctpf a judgement. This tha 27 day of April 1914. d acres. Levied on as the E. 6 polesto the beginning, The location of our factory give ua lowest freight from mills to factory, and from factory to you. Ctl a iilltr Sift and Sav motj by writing ua for catalog and prices. LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. , (Incorporated) lOUtUSUE'" .ISUtleaF. to-d- I It has the only real continuous door opening. Hoops made of tested steel. Hoogs can be adjusted from lad. der front door frame. Doors made of California Redwood, "The Wood Eternal" GRANVILLE OWENS -- UNDERTAKER B rod head Ky 1 COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robe3 -- CAM MULLINS- - Mt Ky 'PC Sherjff, Rockcastle County This la finft timhfired land such . 1a. ntitt-k rlr anil ninA -- V3RNON, KY, Fron tRooms.over Baker's Stope P H Conotfer Dentist MT. 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