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'i 0 Published Every it" i; M i- - rddmy . . .. flW-iPyiM- l,Mr" V )L0ME XXVII. inMi iii mini envrniiu 5WMllf '''l"if -r- &w,iw 1887 ip .. .i -- - ., ..... ...I. . ,.-.- ., ' -- - - -- - .. .,..- - .,- - . r." , i. MT. VERNON, . "- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY, FRIDAY MAY 22 V . 1914 J f ;, - ' - a,if - ' What uo you wanti - . &tf$fev cJM$lM wiWmm H Utl ! aiii?aa ggmMHfeglgl jflPSHIAm " -- NUMBER 31 r n "" s:::- - . ? i ? ? n? ti ? i ? i ? ? im? m 1 1! i ? 11ni 1 1 miii 3 ::" ::: 5J -- iu rt - wcav,-.- ' , 3gmsMr Ml i IMESIHteswJ I rii? n S :- - I I I H m LI llA I IU H r-- li HWMliMBMMMili liilHii wt " m... IH m 50 $2 00 This is not an auction $1 .OO $1 t We j'jst want t impress you with the shirts you yon can pick out one of th nohbit-sand at the price you want to pay. . ct that saw evtr We are here to serve )ou- - not with,a $2 00 shirt if )'ou want one at fl.K), hut with the be-- t value ever shown at $1 00, if that in what you wai.t to ay or $1.50 to $2. OH. Glance at the new ties at 50c, 25c and up. Thoy ara great. Yes, and take just a few .minutes to look oxer the the new Spring Styles in Clothcraft Clothes at 10 to HBvMMMMV: ,: :; 20 the clothes that are making other makres think about prices iee the new things in hafs. Sutton McBee The. Clothcraft Store St BtODUKAU. ness. " HAH SENATOR JOE F. BOSWORTH "State Senator Joe F. Bosworth, Kentucky's Good Road Advocate, who has secured legislation iu tlie Kentucky Legislature that will ty 'B SwsBKlP'li IT lVmY SS2SrflSlS '1 i Livingste, ..::;s--- . 1 - C John Hensley was in Berea make the State p'av half the cost of roadbuilding in the1 Mountains of L1T1NGKTON. Saturday. Joseph Stanley and Kentucky, is a candidate for t .e Republican Nomination for Congress Henry Brummit went to. Berea to from the Eleventh District and will make his formal announcement John Mullins was tn Mt. Ver- join the Sons of. Veterans Satur- within the next-fe, M. I?rowp. who hs a good days." traveling position, was with his non Tuesday. O. D. Bryant "is day. Now will some one that is wife here a few daysago- .- Mrs. J. in Cincinnati, Ohio, for a few days well posted and can foretell the Big LET EL tiltEEft. was in Hill Jackson; W. Tate has measles. E. J . i J. E. Woodall of London and weather please inform us what ouuaay j. n. joues Ti,n jai ., i ; n, i .. , x uc f.-n-uic iu gcucmi aic goi" Ham m. of New Hope, was with one of the best salesman on the Kind of a winter this is? We have f ouriuwu ay wood.Satunlay visiting M was at ,:n alone nicelv with'theirworfe. ch- Tuesday.?--hisJarotber, .. H. Hatnm. a few , road was in town had a dogwood winter, a black .his sis qi Mjs. & Dishorn- - Mr.-,.: nfa.f,pm- - arfi Ann'iantinr ? uiuuncou, davs lstweeic. ivjrs. jjuisv aum am muxmu ui. nrAUaA.. who berry winter and a wbipporwill nnd Mrs Boss Witt were in Pine-- MfV5, ' corn0. H. DeBord and sister, of Crab Orchard, attended the makes and sells the Famous Brod-hea- d storm and we are unable to say ville Saturday -Mr. .and Mrs- - KatPj attended the burial of little Twist was here Monday. cmnmencemebt exercises here last what this one is that we are hav RoyCoxafur visiting Cincinnati Luci,e Mice!eyf at Mt. Vernon, week and was the guest ot Mrs J Born to the wife of Robert" Mink iog now. C. H Rice has pur and other cities has returned last SatUrdav Miss Kate Pn-cMonte Roberts. A Fnumber from a fiuegirl on the 19th. Mr. U. G. chased a large tract of timbei on home.-Ju- dge H Witt is very tQok the teachers, examination at Prince of Rockcastle river and Baker of Mt. Vernon, Mt, Vernon attended the closing is putting sick at thir, writing. Later-T- he Stanford, last Friday and Satur- exercises of the Graded School merchauts ws iu our town in a saw mill. Miss Mabel Nice-Icy- , Judgeisabletur,eon the streets day she wi vigit refations at Wednesday.--J. Lemonds is here last- - Thursday evening. after a few days visit with Kings Mountain before returning Chint Lear, ot Hiatt section, lost iu Louisville for a few days this relatives at Mt. Vernon has re A party of fishers went up the week. Will McCollum has three ago a fine stallion a few das turned home. T. J. Niceley of river tlie other day in boats fish- home. Rev. J. G. Soward filled Mrs. J. M. Owens is visiting her cases of Mtasles in his lamily. Mt. Vernon was in onrtown Mon ing and a certain man iu the his regular appointment atPriend-shi- p F. Sutton, at Geo. Rollins the London baiber day. The Junior hall daughter, Mrs G. last Saturday and Sunday. that is g party threw his hook out and, the He nreached a very interesting Lexington this, week The gradu was here Tuesday. Miss Lyda built here is almost completed boat drifted on down the' stream. ating exercises of last Thursday Cook who has been visiting relaJ. W. Terry and W. T. McCul-loug- The hook hung a id the line about sermon on Sunday He was acwas the bejt we ever witnessed. tives at Mt Vjernouhas returned were in Corbin Saturday to a'hundred ards long ran off the companied down here by his Proctor home. Mrs. Nora Jenkins who look at a moving picture outfit. Mioses Mary daughter, Miss Eertha. Eugene The class, McWilliams, of Bee Lick, was and Mh ar.da Tate and Bronston has been in Paris for a few days Fred Owens the moving picture reel and pulled the reel and out of his hand, sinking in the down Sur day J. B. did all that could have been has returned home. Mr. Elder, to see his father-ishow man had a Iage crowd Sat water before he realiz-- d what had Hayse is working his 2L year on expected, and the address by Dr. law, Wm. H. Brown, who has been urday night, it being his first show to be forgotCherry, of Bowling Green, the Livingston section, this is a of the seaspn - W. H. (Jottongim happened. It Very sick. G E. Price and SherH. H. ten that he was talking to his best man Thompson, were jn ong time to s;ay with one job. was fine and the retiring faculty London was in Cincinnati Friday. Mrs. girl at this time. Now, we would Vernon's Mt. Davis. be congratulated on secur Chas.-- C fiist of the week. Mrs. Ruth are to G. D. Cook has returned home not tell his name for anything but the Mrs L B. druggist was here between trains after a few days visit Brown has been visiting her sister, ins: such a sneaker with rela Hilton, of Stanford, and Mis, E J Sunday. We see from what the tives at Mt. Vernon. Mrs. John parties that were with him will Mrs. Sarah Herrin, near Quail, verify this and we believe John Mr. and Mrs. Ashcralt, of Louisville, were the Brodhead reporter says that he is Mullins is visiting h.ir parents, for several dajs. of Mr. and Mis. J R Cas having trouble of his own. Some Mr. and Mrs. T. B Lair at Rose o.ight to be more careful next G. W. Shells are rejoicing over guPSts we thought Now, the pr rival of a baby boy at their the Hist of the week. Mrs. Ash one has been slighted or he has Hill Mr. R. G. Moore a pro- time,peace hadMr Ed, been made between home. Mrs. W. E. Thomas has that s tid some hing tliat he should not gressive farmer of craft is a sister of Mr. Cass Tiace Branch said he was in have said. My friend why shouid section, was here Saturday. Mr. m friend Maietand myelf. but been very sick for a few days. John Crawford after we had l.oiled our temper R. B. Savior is in Harlan county ou worry, we don't see nothing town Monday. MissDollieOwem F. L. Thompson the good ratured down and put aay our Wade H. on business this week returned from a two weeks visit out trouble and satisfaction any salesman, was here Saturday and clothes, they cross swords wi h Mullins was in Somerset, Monday, to her niece, Mrs. Lula Kellev. at way with trohble in the lead, but informed us that Mt. Vernon us again We will give thm fair several years ago we decided to Danville the first of the week J. M. Craig was here the first would be blessed with electric warning. We mean to shoot give the newsjubt as it happens, Miss Clyde Watson has a place lights in a few nights. Well we wide open jhe gate and le: loose of the week taking up wool. Mrs. Vernon Graded let it please or not, of course 'theie would-bwith the Mt. glad to see them in Liv- the dog and our wrath w.U be like Sallie A. Long of Quail, is spendare items we tan to get tnat we School for the coming term. ingston but we can't say how long a great storm, for the lightning ing a few days with her brother, W F. DeBord. Mrs. D. R. Gentry Hiatt, of Quail, was in town would have been glad to report" this will be but we believe Allen we will flash and shoot its firey and some times we rep'ort things has been sick for several days but . Saturday. I. E, Wallin, of Danought to keep pace with Mt to. earth, the deep toned is improving now. W. J. Brown ville was here last week. We that others think wefehould have Vernon- - Lets hope that the near darts thunder will roll across the valted of Crab Orchard, was with his said nothing about but you can understand that the board ol future may reward us with this sky ; the elements will be in wi d trustees of the Graded School please some of the people so'me of improvement ovpr the lights that commotion,; the storm spir-i- t will father Tuesday night and Wedaes-- " day. There will be sip juag at have employed as Principal Piof. the time but you can't please all we now have. Mrs. Edd Quinn in the air. For the p ibt two nigbjb an Friendship Saturday L Piikenton, of Elizabethtown, the people all the time. . We have and children of Paris, are visiting! howl J. weeks wet nave felt very bad, but Sunday.-LMr- s. same reported some things in the past will Martha have the Owens Byron Owens, her parents Mr. and M. J. now that we feel like, writing again wis called to Mt. Vernon last place as last year, and so far as and afterwards would mefet the Mr. J. H. Walton who we propose to carry on our side other parties on the street and , thev has been quite of the death' of Friday on account we are able to learn the sick fcr some"Time the, battle, but this time we will hei, little'niece Lucile Niceley. Dlaces are not yet filled. Cashier would not speak to us , but w&ha-liev- e is slowly improving. Livingston of not submit to arbitration and we this is a great help to the in- - London last and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt were the base ball team defeated the East will not. accept S. C. Franklin as M. B. Jones was community lor they will refrain week" attending court. guests of her parents, Mr. and , Bernstadtboys in a score ot 21 to mediator, for we believe he .adds R. L. Smith Monday. Mrs. from doing so again .so we are out Jlrs. Mr. L. Oliver of Hazel Patch, more fuel to the fire, for it was L. M. Brown was visiting in Dan-vilU- ? for the news let it be good or bad 4. COUGHED FOR THREE James Owens is very sick at was here Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. he that begged G. D. Cook out of of the week.- - There therst YEARS W. G. Niceley were at Mt. Vernon a watch and gave it & fictitious will be an ice cream and pie supper this writing. J. W. Southards, 'I am a lover of your godsend to Saturday. Mrs. ,0. A. Blanford name and carried it to Maret, and givetrby the ladies of the Baptist who is raifroalding at, Henderson, humanity and science. Your diurck-Saturdaevening 'May 3- - was here last week to""attend the and daughter. Miss Ella Mae. helped Maret search every hard medicine, Dr. King's New Disfuneral of his brother. Mr. J. M after a few days visit with relatives ware catalogue to get names-- for covery, cured my codgh of-- three saysJente Oliver wholiad a paralytic stroke in Louisville have returned home, the different pieces. So,- against years standing," Mrs t. F. Neighbors they have done with me. Mexico Flemming, of New Dover.1 Ohio. some iew uays ago is in a very .Mr-an- d Have you an annoying cough? Is KEEP BOWEL MOVEMENT critical condition, J. H. Walton spent a few days last week with will be a garden ot peace, strewn it stubborn and won'tjyield to, REGULAR was in Richmdnd Monday to see krelilt,ves ln Louisville and Ln.lwitbtortmcations; of surrender, in treatment? Get a, 00c bottle 01 Dr Harry-Orndoff of Louis- - 'comparison,, King's New Discovery to. day; Dr. King's New I ife Pills keep tho Pre ftitfsnYl Mis&j. Myrtle, Caster. kidneys in Southerland (is visiting relatives yille, visiting his mother, Mrs. What it did for Jennie Flemminjf t"mach, lfver and r,ndo,ff of this- - place.; Frank it will do lor you, no matter-.how- . healthy .condition Rid the body and friends ib Louisville and Lebr Improve stubborn or caronic a cough may of .poisons and .waste. this week; Floyd Bry 'Dees.iarepairing his property on by Arching th anon-Jeyour complexioa be It stops a jcpugb , and stops . R. Wrd Main .street, Mrs. kidneys. "I got more ant of Lebanon Jet. who has beea --is thtoat and fung trouble. Relief liver and PorTafamti a&d CkiHrem, "visiting relatives in Illinois and ortmooey back.- - 50c at on the extra brakeman ltstrhere one box? of Dr. King relief irom ' . ., Pills than'aay medicine for the"pastitwo wteks has re- - Will remain 'therefive or six weeks Tin KMYmi Hm Always Biekt your Druggist. JfewLife I Buckleh's Arnicas Salve idr I vr tried. saysCfJE, atHatfield turned homi-Aft- y; JohttQuinn n- -J. H. 'Browning; wai in Stap- - Bears the- your Staples.., 2.5P. mtHmngif-JliL vJ" ford Saturday, --H. M.' 4 ,Mikof MnathrC , -r 1 R srt,.fi.srfc.--.,:ai,w-.-M-..vwjT.. The Stores that do the Business LOAD Prices .f. -- .- -- e Retail Dealers with Wholesale R :::t::::::5!t::::t:!!:::::j::::::::t:n:::::!:::::::T . DRY GOODS NOTIONS FURNISHINGS CLOTHING HATS & CAPS be-iu- 'siizsr FURNITURE CARPETS SHOES. & SHOES & SHOES h p-l- e n is-n- e -- -- HARDWARE American FENCE BARB.: WIRE SALT TOBACCOS FERTILIZER WINDOW GLASS STONE WARE PAINTS & OILS Doors "'and Windows MACHINE OILS SCREEN DOORS QUEENSWARE SCREENWIRE WAGONS ENAMELWARE CULTIVATORS TINWARE PLOWS STOVES.AND FARMING TOOLS RANGES .HARNESS and" BUILDING PAEER ' SADDLES ROOFING f if y FLOUfi & FEED 1 -- B 1 KJ B VS. jfL rw m I I m ft. k. VJCVJ. . L t!IB K. O. M H fl -- -- t. caStobia ,.-- VH 'H K i H Mi B fmmnnmmr "i 1 -- and-fl-.o- o, I m .. v w MlMilBflrer j w p" m -- MT. VERNON r . . j , LryjlJCrSTON .. -- 'PTgfet. - " "- Vy- t- - Z!5V j! -- r--! - 'rft T " -- e. f - -- - -r . - V I"- t - ; i J; ,v v . ---- "." fiu, -- V " - s x... 1 Mf VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY, May 22. 1914 SPEAKING t : TF you have &lHsfo.& every Friday by Ed GAR S. ALBRIGHT. O ASCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO on Aiveriising rates made known application MEMBER OF HON A. - 0. FOR STANLEY -.-. &- - ,w ft- - DEMOCRACTIC CANDIDATE KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION .& ' S3 N U. X . S. SENATOR "x. t' F' KABO -- IfJ KENTUCKY - . I Crop Report As Of WILL ADDRESS THE CITIZENS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY AT H Lire Model" CORSET money carefully in buying your clothes, you can least afford to economize in getting your corset. You'll find exactly what you want in a Kabo The Live Model Corset. You'll get style, fit, comAlp-to-d- ate to spend your May First "After a drouth, a good crop year" is an old saying that is believed by most farmers, in truth there seems to be some scientific Brodhead, Ky., Saturday, May 23 AT I O'CLOCK P. M. In the Interest of His Candidacy - Style 6014 is an average figure corset, made of corded batiste. Finished top with silk embroidery trim. Has at a r Jbber gore in bottom of back section. Has very low bust and long skirt. Is very lightly boned. Has front clasp. Back wires have feather bone at bottom. Has three pairs of supporters. Sizes. 2C to 32. 94-inc- h fort and lasting service from a Kabo; it is made for you to wear. It is worth what you pay at any price. Price $3.00 SOLD BY A. B. FURNISH basis for this. The first crop port for the year 1914 indicate re- that thte year would be no ex-- " ception to the rule. Probably never in the history of the State WHEN YOU WANT c was there a more promising outtrlook for a "good crop year" than at the beginning of this season. The wheat acreage of last fall is given at 15 and practically none of this was plowed up this Spring. Uinety-seveper cent of the original sowing was left standing May -ist. The condition of this large acreage is 99. This would Indicate an unusually large yield of 3 "wheat. The original acreage of ryo sown last fall was S5. Rye is land has greatly increased. LANGFORD used more as a cover crop than Summing up the first- report of wheat, a la4"ge per cent of which the year, one cannot bur. be imThete was a'lpge crowd tended is plowed up in the Spring for pressed with the determination of the singing at Hnmmel Saturday corn or oats. For the last few the farmers to make the coining night. There will be singing years rye has proven a more crop the greatest ever grown in ff h Saturday wiih Edgar Livr-s- h f profitable crop than wheat per the S ate. as singing master Everybody acre and it is no surprise to find J W. NEWMAN, had gotten so weak I could not stand, ',0,"e and briS Bme one with After Four Years of Discouraging that 82 per cent of the origiual Commissioner of xgriculiure. you. 'I he little baby of Prank acreage is left standing May 1st and I gave up in despair. Frankfort, Keutucuy. Pennington is very sick. Mrs - Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave while only 62 per cent of the At last, my husband got me a bottle of ' T. A. Coffey visited her daughter ;j ? ' Up u Despair. Husband how's This? barley crop is lelt standing. The Cardui, the woman's tonic, and com- at Oriai-do- . Siturday.--Wr- s amount of barley originally sown We offer One Hundred DblJaW menced taking it. From the very first Emma I)i rham of Wilclie i ite Came" to Rescue. ?7 and the condition of both rye Reward for any case of Catair I could tell it was helping me. .s nr Mrs. '1 nonius dose, Baker Is and barley is given at 18 The that cannot be cured by Hall "d Sunday. .jr. ad Mrs 3 Catarrh Cure. can now walk two miles without its is 91 ptr! . corn acreage planned F. J Cheney & Co., Toledo O B gue Labwrll were with thela. ,in;,,n on m tirino-rsnrt A.i.i 76 per cent of the havt t Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter ......, ..., u..u m. uumS oil llljr nuiIW. We, , the undersigned, r. and Mrs T. A plowing intended for corn was known F Cheney for the last from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock If you are all run down from womanly Octree l.,st week Thrr- - will hfdone May 1st. Planting is now in 15 Vears, and believe him perfecth writes "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try pteachmg at Hummel nrnua wu iiurw full swing with conditions favor- h morable in all business transac years, with womanly troubles, and during Lardui.thewoman'stomc. Unas helped uaday night and Sunday. We able. Deep plowing has been tions and financially able to cam v obligations m. de by his this time, I could only sit up lor a little more than a million women, in its 50 hope to see a large ctiwd out. practiced this jear more than ever out an firm. years of continuous success, and should A. C. Sowdr was in Mt Ven en before and favorable weather for NATIONAL BANK OF COM- while, and could notwalk anywhere at SoA-der A. C. has all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has Tuesday. the next few .w?eks will insure a MERCE, been on the s'ck Just with rheuma Toledo, O in my left side. large acreage of corn in a sold Cardui lor years. He knows what J Hall's Catarrh Cuie is taken in tism but is this time plau-neseed bed. The oat acreage him. He will recomThe doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. ternally. acting directly upon the Mrs Elmer (Joffey visited Mrs is giveu at 81 with 80 per blood and mucous surfaces of the ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Julia McGuire Suqday. Has l cent of it sown May 1st. system. Testimonials sent free soon confined to my Write to: Chattnoo2a Meilclne- - Co.. Ladles bed again. After AdvlsoryDept.. Chattanooga, Tenn.. for Special Clark was very sLk last week, While the dark tobacco crop Price 75 cents per bottle Sold Instructions book, that, nothing seemed to, do me any good. Treatment for on your case and plain wrapper. Horn buti able to be out again. Mr. Women," sent in planned is only at 7J, the condit- by all Drnggists. and Mrs. Rilev TJallinger visited Take Hall's Family Pills for ion of plant beds is given at 66. constipation. (Jjlind stagMrs John Dowell last Dizziness, vertigo, week. The acreage planned of Burley is ger) sallow complexion, flatulence Elmer Rector is tryirg to get the given at 81 with the condition of are symptoms pt a torpid liver. I Poatofiice back at Langford. Lbe jj plant beds 91. There is some No one can feel well while the loiy kollers held meeting at John For Infants and Children, complaint of'iinsects and cut m er is inactive. HERBINE is a p werful liver stimulant. A dose Tiie Kind You Have Always Bought "uicy a uttiuruay xifui. ami worms injuring the tobacco beds. or to will cause all bilious sympSunday. S. N. Seymouie boughi The pastures are in unusually Try it. Price Bears the toms to disapp.-ar- . a milch cow of Eugene Taylor for good condition The condition of Signature '50c. Sold by John Robins, Brod-hei$60 00 Elmer Coffey was in Mt blue grass is given at g3 with every Ky. Vernon Pridiv on business. Mrs promise of a large crop ofhlue Steve Anglin was able to be P grass seed, Ulover is given at 85, hrought to her father's. Uncle SS5a5a5H5a5a5B5r35B5a5BHB5a5H5g5B5a5g555a5B5B5H5aB alfalfa at 93, and orchard grass at Afloat, ashore or in the air Kanse Coftey of near Wildie Sun ; 92. WALK-OVEshoes meet day in a buggy. She has been Fruits of all kinds have escaped the demand of the most confined to her beJ for seven destruction byfreezing and the fastidious ears. apple, cherry and plum crop is unusually promising. Pears and peaches suffered some from tate $3 50 $4.00 - $4 50 $5 00 And every pair guarfrost, especially in the central part anteed to wear: for of the State, however, we will have One aDDlicatJMi seethes and heals a rough DimDlv&kin.aiu).v&cnreDeate!.auicltIvefiects six months or hew s of a pear - wore than & a cure, tciema, trjrupeias, l etter. Ulcers ana hose free. all skin diseases yield to its curative properties. and peach crop. The straub ries .Mt.Vrnon, Ky. (c.ox. At an urajsuts. Seqd tor tn tunpl and book. "Health and Bcaotx." are in good condition with promise TTjWERYboxof Hole- JOHNSTON. HOLLOWAY CO, PhHa Pa. 1730 Sprinx Ganlra St. proof contains a defi- ( Ninety five t)f a beautiful yield. n.te, printed guaran HAW rWVlteite.tJ&t&f&x per cent of a potato crop is plant Wk tee with a coupon' for Ha lfmw&a n Genera! Merchandise Don't fail to hear Mr. Stanley, who is recognized as one of the best speakers in Farm Implements CO TO the Sitate. - HUSBAND RESCUED JONAS McKENZIE THB ., OLD RELIABLE DESPAIRING WIFE 1 SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION i CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, may 10th ZAb'J 1 -- $1.50 Trip Round 11 11 tal'luii UP .50 Round Trip -- cent.-whil- - e J jter-pare- nt, c,. v - SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. $ $ $ $ -- ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PAKT1CULARS. first-cla- ss b.-tter- d $ PKOPLES BANK A Straw will Show the Way $ the Wind Blows! CASTOR A fc -- i Have you Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the d, dA&Ba& The Aviator. R PEOPLES BANK there's a reason. SOLID $ SAFE AND Every Banking Facility $ The finest stockings the neatest socks $ three-fourth- Sutton MeBee iJ ILJ liUHtmw 1JM AMPLE RESOURCES $ For the Convenience of the People $ OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY -- j feLvX Use Us $ Stop Torture 1 "Saja all kinds came &3&kk "IhrH the witer in, Rood condition. ja. v. .-- r,n J& 'r'-w. jruuub M.. easily set rid of all lice, "It is estimated that 4 per cent of mites and Venoln with . Oheliorsas died in the last 12 Powdered - .Bontbs. 3 per cent of the mules Lice Killer tScxxnd 50c t e cattle. mnd 3.7. per cent of money. Also the best insectiiTliBloes of TsHetjp is estimated at cide foe doe, cata. plants and flowers. Refuse substltjites; insist on Pratt. Jf1 6 per "beat and lambs at i0 per Satufactlon Guaranteed or Money Back "icest. The greatest loss is lrom GstiVoOf 1$0 page Poultry Book .bog cholera and is estimated that SOLD & GUARANTEED by 4 X.3 per cent of the hogs of the DAVIS State were dst by this diseasp, seme sections of the State being Ii is aaid that once ia Washiug-to- n entirely free from this disease, and Ohio at the while the loss runs as high as 50 other sections. This railroad station a man was looking per cent-ireport indicates that there is an forAbraham Lincoln An attend- mn8ual amount of attention being1 ant pointed the then, little ,'Ta(i,-ou- t to him, saying - that thG - d ; live stock. The number- of brood mares used is increas- - aught to be ableto say where his , Dumber xA mules used "aiher was. -Tad" said:"No, sifp J can't pon the farm decreasing. It is a" great' goi,udr find father, lor you. Te; I also worthy v6note that dWrmore attention, has been pa;d WJUJ me,ra siiay ngni nere, jous u . to' tn alfalfa this SDrine man evert yoirlLgoqut'tbere, ? sLM vkU fAaMs am3 001 Man before. The amount - of groun l Ikpfttooe used upon the clover helping somebodj'- - -- thats him " iJ . Live-stocfe- of Uce e top hens laying: 9 i ...ill if 3 r prgt and'-sav-e .ta- - S. C. e each pair. 3aatv.',,SfKi3E-AyV- l lunVXm Sixpairs or cottonHoIe-prou- f for men, women and children are guaran- - ' . teed to wear six months without a hole. "Three pairs of silk Holeproof for men and w6men are guaranteed toJ2wear three months without a hole. Mb If any pairs fail, send B tflf them back and the man ufacturers will gladly and promptly send you new pairs in exchange. Even the gauzy, summer weights are guaranteed. Yet, most people.buy Holeproof for their style, perfect fit and fine appearance. '' $ $ PEOPLES BANK $ $ I'll JWht you want ia r-- t freely from the brush, that has enough body to stsry spread. is one that flows spreads evenly, but J' ZJ ' w p Jfm You can. shut your eyes nd tell from the feel of th brssh, as, you paint, that -- - ' j -- J IIannas Gireen Seal Paint is smooth, elastic aatd tenacious. You can feel it cling to the wood, and in after years you can se It cling full-bodie- d, AND CHILDREN fas&m f-- & 1- Think of tKe darning they save, and the expense too, of buying new . hoe every week, or two. Don't you thinkyou ought to bujr Holeproof?. Asic us to show you tne new colors ana various grades, $1.50 to $3.00 a box. -- a, u.s. Sutton flrteBee Th Olothcraft tor . 4 There is no secret about snaHng good, durable paint. The formula is. a every can ef tke.Greea Seal Paant. 41 FOR SALE BY 4 "- .. i c " 5T - r , ' - '' 3. s ' 'rfr. J,B. NOE U? " -- -, v" . -,- 5i,i - d fiL- - T7 u. w lVselling -- Bowniau has bought" J.U CARD OF THANKS Keepers Noe's residence in the Asher ad- - To Ver-nnthe good people cf Mt. aiiioa and we are glad to know is :, Mt. Vernon, Ky; May Z2. 1914 soon to he a cit z?n of our to n qbdir, the pall bearers,-thThe again. donors of the beautiful flowers, We publish below a communU dp ,No.--79" wtion to ijjraunl. Look for the barber shop next Bro. Van Winkle fir the kind and," cation from Mr. Rickey, Win Kh SIGNAL State cater you will consoling remarks at the funeral Agent in Poultry Club Work. rv dt;or to Postoffice and always! services. Our friends in, general find Cox &. Wheeldon Sell, Kill or Confine the "Roost: ready and anxious to do your work who so sincf.rely came in. the er" Beginning May 23, i9i4. to suitNyoi . hours of sickness and death of our Because rrjosters'are allowed to F. L. Durham will move from dear baby Lu'cile. with kinj and run with laying' hers during property to G. sincere offers of sympathy- - and waini weather $i5,OU0.0OO worth Jonn McKenzie's louisviixc & Nashville R B.Co. T. Johnson's house on Newcomo assistance, To all we tender our of e$;gs are losfrthe farmeis thru-oTIME TABLE. Ave, This is the same house Mr. sincere thanKS each year; the United States Mrs. T. J. Nice.ey Mr. and 4.59 p m Durham used 10 occupy. and most of tjiis loss occurs dur22 north and family. ing JVue, July aud August. For am 353 24 nortn R0mud trip to Knoxville $4 35. ...n:43 3 south June 21 22 23 27 28 July b G il On Friday May is at 2 o'clock this reason iatsets of poultry are -am and ig linjUed to ,5 days Ac. a. m. the sweet, spirit pi Lucille earnestly asked and urged to Kill 12:19 21 South all matured males or conT as. Landrum, Agent. C3um Summer School oT the Niceley took its .flight to the God or sell fine them in pens away from the who gave it. South, Uuiversity of Tennessee. Phone No. 8. " She had been suffering for sever- laying bens during the sumn.er. Commencement week at Graded Ky. Postoffice it'thi. Mt Vernon. c.-- . hens not al mouths with her head which re- Eggs that are , laid by mail matter. School: Wednesday May 27th, as second-clas- s sulted with an abcesson the brain mated are sterile or inftrtde, and Eighth Grade; Tnesday May 28th. 1 Lucille was 4 year.-- . 9- months and do not dtcay The feftilzedeggs High School play and Fridjtv May. PERSONAL days old at the time of her spoil ery quickly when subjacted 28th, High School Commence- 13 death and a lovelier? sweeter form to the influence of beat aud if they H. J. Mullins was in London ment, than that of httle Luciite never are let tojlong in the nests or " Sunday. Any one holding claims against graced an earthly home. She Under broody hens or are left in Brown was in Stan- the estate of John Cherry will was too bright and sweet to live any very warm place the germ Col. John ford Monday. . The great cells begin-t- o develop, the chicks present same to me at once, in this sinful world. These growing wise God who knows all things, beg n to grow. , H. Clay Gentry is here from St. properly proven. ard who can look out into the cells may die at any suge of deLouis for a few days. J. Thos. Cherry, Executor, Crab Orchard, Ky. future, farther than our mortal velopment due to unfavorable Charles and Jammie Thompson May conditions. were in Maretburg Sunday afterNotice There will be a meet- eyes can see, saw btst to take her Whether the. embryo dies or noon. ing of the Directors of the Mt. home. Vet while ypu bereaved not, egg is useless as food and is John Lair and Prof. Jesse Fish Vernon Fair Association, Satur- parents will miss the patt&r of unfit for market. If the wives of were in Livingston, Monday until day, May 23d, promptly at 1 p m. those little. feet, and the songs and baby lips; the farmers would once realize Wednesday. in the office of Atty. E. R. Gentry. prattle of those precious just feels that God does all things how much money they practically W. H. Fish. Sec. Mrs. Geo. Brocu, of London, the rocste.-- s to well and don't think of Lucille as lose by allowing was with her daughter, Mrs. W. will soon have being dead. She has S. F. Bowman just begun run with the layers, they would H. Fish, during the week. another residence on Main street to livej just look up and view her immediately stop the practice. Miss Sallye Reynolds spent the completed. Pity but wnat more on that happy golden shore, where Not one egg mere is produced the guest of neoofe would build a house or two week in Maretburg, there is no more death, neither with a male running with a flock Misses fudith and Lena McCall ? and tnen tnere w0uld not be such sickness nor trouble, safe in the of hens than without one, and unMrs. S. D. Lewis was host ss a clamor for houses all the time arras of Jesus and see those pret y less the roosters arc valuable e yesterday afternoon at a most de-- 1 of Education eyes, even brighter than they we- e breeders, itis far bettor to dispose RockcastleyCoun.y will on June on earth looking this wuy and see of them at the end of the breeding lightful reception of the Woman's' ., Club. wuite arms stretched season and replace them with the h.,;Huju-- j " lai .lyiif icveivv. ujic f,th0- uu.u - those Jittle hear those sweet lips younger stock the following and little ing of school houses Mrs. George Brock in districts this way and daughter, Mary Lucas were with 27 and 3o. Plans and specifica Spying "come pipi, come mamma spring. If we follow this plan we strgng, Mr. and Mrs. W H. Fish, during tionsmay be seen at County come on sisters and itle brothers,, can always have good, " the week. Superintendents' office. Board I have just come on to havejasus vigorous cookres (young roostebreeders and at the same We are gled to see Will Cum reserves the right to reject any preparea place for you.'- Lets just r.-) s sav that, on tb-i- t shining golrien tune get rid of the care mins who has been confined to his anj au bids. Let us at least make God we W. A. B Davis. Chairman. shore, by the Grace of room ten weeks with a broken leg will when we leave this'world of the most of what wo possess. able tn be out again. J M. Craig Secretary. In order to have concerted acsorrow see and live with sweet John Fields a d a party of Commencement Exercises the Poultry tion in this mather Lucile Stanford gentlemen will go to of Langdon Memorial Department of the United States MRS SARAH WALLIN Boone's Labin. ot . Rockcaste Government has designatek the ra Exhibit. Mav 22. 2:oo-5:oRiver today for afishiag.tr p Fod,nd Read: An unidentified 23rd day of May to be. known r' Sample of work "of the year". Mr.anditsTc. B. McKezie body was found Wednesday after- among poult.-raisers as of all, iu the 2:30 p. m -- Demonstration by clas-- noon by George Stunners on the have the sympathy ROOSTER DAY" Then Kill, in cooking. less-o- f their first born, a boy baby. Miller farm a mile East of town. Sell or Confine the Rooster. by m -- Demonstration 3: o p Mrs. McKenzie is doing Death was caused by another, NOTE: The well known poulc lasses m Domestic Art. nicely- who used a piece of a fence rail to try buyers who are members of the Operetta, "Festival of and cluia- - 7:00 d m heat the dead man's head, until Southern Poultry and Egg Shipa Mrs W. M. Mullin theSt-ason- ' by Intermedileft Monday morning for ren the whole back of the head was a pers Association have agreed to ate grades wiU per.fct jelly. The face was on pay a higher price for roosters on Brentwood. Tenn , where she May 25, 8.00 p. m -- Recital by the ground and by. the heavy iht day. join Mr. Muliins aud make their pupils of music Department. strokes of the rail the face was ititure home. and May 26. 8:00 p. burried in the ground and so arMr and Mrs. Walter Miller Play. Little Women" by Eighth bruised, that it was beyond rtCOg rived Thursday night to see Mrs. grade. hition. So iar nothing has been Miller's mother, Mrs. Alice Tate. Fire which started about 8530 learned, leading to the identihea Mr. Miller returned to Oklahoma Monday, but Mrs. Miller remained p. m. last Saturday evening de- tion of the bodv or any clue as to with her mother who is slowly stroyed the residence of W. I. who the murderer might be. The EAGLeeyeSALVE Richatds on West Main street. dtcea?td appeared to be . a man 30 improving, GOOD FOR THE EYES -A- ND EYESONLY 8'n , J E. Taylor, a son of the late The fire either started, from a de or 35 years old, h lghth TOTO EYES are living lenses. II congested, Rockdstle fective flue or a spark on the roof. and looked to weigh about' loo O. P. Taylor, and a weak, dim, Btrained or yet surely they can be greatly making good in St. When discovered the whole roof pounds, broad face, the face was brightened, corrected and boy who is cleared, Louis was here on businessthts was ablaze. Most all the contents so discolored and bruised that (j beallncr, strengthening properties Q of EAGLE EYE OAAitJEM UUS dC week. Mr. Taylor is President on the first floor "were saved, but nothing that would aid identifica tubs 1MIOVES it, The only and general hustler of the Taylor7 nearly everything on the second lion could be seen. clothing, wtnt marks were found on the left side Bros. Churn Mfg. Co of St. Louis: floor, including the "manufacturing the churn which up in the flames. Insurance, near the arm which looked to be- himself. $2,500 on building and $500 on wounds from a gun yeais ago Mr. Taylor patented We understand that He wore a black coat, brown hat. They are having a nice sale of'the cohtents. churn, which is a good one, in Mr Richards will rehujld. which tan trousers and a pair of tan will be a brick in event he does hoots No 64. extra good quality many different states. In his pockets was an L & N build. switch key No. D27665, bit the LOCAL The play 'Better Than Gold" key.was not issued on this divispresented at the Graded Scho 1 ion and. up to she time of go ng to Toe Noe will move into his last evening , y the Frd press, notnmg nattteen leraned s.s store next week. head Graded school tacult.y and to whom or from what office the " all that was clainnd Cox & Wheeldon barbers next students was key was issued. Because of the m for it and the visit rs were given mutilated condition si It MJm door to Postoffice. the authoriin Mt. a most cordial welcome 7 are the dates you Aug. ties are relying upon clothing Vernon. Time and spice will not principally as want to forget don't the means ot identipermit full account more than to fication, which clothing are now Next Tuesday is the day set for say that the v'siturs were satisfied in the undertaki nestaMishment starting the the light plant. with Mt. Vernon and 'Mt. Vernon ofW. A. Cox. The body was While you are boosting don't was satified with her visitors. buried on the spot where found forget the Mt Veinon Ftir, Aug- The play was oue of the very best which is the highest point of tho ever staged in the town by ama- ust 5 6 7. SUMMER is hero and bill on the Cox place just South tures The gross receipts was of the Big Fill and Don't let the Sunday sun catch you just can't afford to East of town ' you without a Straw or Panama something over $30. .. wear thatold heavy underLater: The key was' issued to Fish's. wear any longer when you Loveli-.- Miller: 1 1 came E Wells, section" foreman at Farisc can get fitted so good here '. y" For Kent. My residence on somewhat as a surprise when the ton. in the famous jTLovell's Lane. Apply to F.fL. announcement was made that Mr. Robert Harry '. Thompson, Jr Peoples Bauk. ' .' W. M. MOLLINS. Miller, oldest son of Mr and Mrs. KLOSED-KROTCly'vM M. J. Miller, and Miss Margurete Time's here and we have the Loveli, youngest daughter of Dr. underwear. Get busy. and Mrs. A. G. Loveli were marWjjT t.:. J. Fish & Son. ried the evening before. The $1 wedding took place at the home of Louis-rvillMiss Rose McCojd was in Ask a friend who wears Tuesday, to buy the electric the bride, with Rev. Geo Tiusley Always Satisfy officiating clergyman. Only them" and gefr.yours Make you look, feel and be vell. light fixtures for Langdon Me- as ttjrla, qualdreed. They nmre thothat satisfy, the immediate family witnessed . All sizes and lengths for ity, finUh and wear morial School. every man. the ceremony. For. the present 6T VOURS HKRK Brodhead they are with Dr. and Mrs Loveli Mr. R. S Martin, the "W Stand. By What You Buy" tobacco man was" here this week until Mr Miller, who is a splendid &pur merchants his splendid druggist, decides where . he will production. In no brands of to- - locate. We join with the host of " " il bbVbI b bacco is to be, sfound a higher ien'as n extending to these splen .e did young people our very best grade ot tne weeorijnan ra Th 'Hem f Qosa Ctethas JMjwUp braads. , wishes, . y. "t i If A. K - ML VERNON SIGNAL j" LA. Poultry n ReacfThis e 79 79 o aEs- - I "Jr. . , y jut . f :" "; TR yQu ut a-- w fo Took you'd be grfad you did if because fbey are fhe best $T5 smfs; in America fo-da- the fime af our $f5 Special Suifs wouTd fake y. Fo a limited time only we are giving $25CT in Merchandise absolutely FREE We sell with 11 our $15 and better suits : for cassh and you get more value and look. Come iri to-day - -- r . fio oiaiiu y vvuai 1 uu uuj. 22-3- t. wttp' 10H!S r FiMMG OXHUSSS5 Y The Home of Good Clothes "j TV, - 1 ..;. u- - fr THE KENTUCKY BRED INSURANCE COMPANY : THE COMMONWEALTH z Louisville. Ky. ofnon-producer- op. " y ..ry bhie Everything Is O K. is the Hardware Hue, and to the housewife we would say that our Kitchen and Cooking Utensils are of the best make and most durable quality. We have a very large variety of household needs in Hardware aud it will well pay the thrifty to make their purchases here. Come in and have a look around it will be a sur prising oxperience. pHas m.-Lhor- uses c. c, COX, Opposite Court House, MK Vernon, Ky. 5-- ft is due to a HERBlNE purifies torpid liver. and strengthens the. livor and bowals and restores the rosy bloom of health to the cheek. Price 50c Sold by John Robins, Brcdhead, Ky. Sallow complexion -- read it.this to say to every one that will-onlThat procrastination is the thief of time and would like to cause you to halt from the hustle of business fpr only thirty minutes and think soberly, and seriously and see if you are properly fixed as regards Life Insurance. Don't put it off until it is everlastingly too late, but take it now while there is yet time. Don't think you are not able to take it but think and see if your wife and family are able to do without it. Why not think as did Geo. F. Root, when he wrote that world renouned invitation song?. Why do you wait my brother? Then why not attend to this matter at once without further delay? Call on CHAS . C. DAVIS, our local Agent and let him show yop. our revised insurance plan. Very trnly, THE COMMONWEALTH LIFE INSURANCE CO. -- The Simplified Spelling Bulletin savs: new'j rr 5-- 6 lf to-day. -- THE POINT IS THIS. . ffrora -- last-Monda- ! e. Between Good Fellows SWANN HATS Just White Tat Union Suits H necessary that all spelling shall be uniform. It is idle to expect , and foolish to require, all persons to spell in the same way, so long as there is no definit method of spelling. The prejudice against "bad spelling ' , is exaggerated, and in a great part fictitious. With most persons it is simply a witherd joke. We do not really mind a little "bad spelling" on the part of our friends Even in the best educated circle only a fow persons are "correct spellers" in the professional sense. To makt spelling a vital test of folly. C dture r learning is mer printer can make any one a The "correc( speiler." A few flirts of Bis fingers, the types fill into place, ad presto! we allapell like flock at academies." "It is not mMmmnerubak y s't'-i - '.'.& &118& ) w- -x m W Jjrinksmm8F A TEXAS WOJSUER. I I (ka(3fa it answers every beverage z&f i The Texas Wonder cures kidney troubles, removing rrauel. cures diabets. weak and all irregularities of tbel kidneys and in boty men and women. I Regulates bladder troubles in 'children. If not sold by your will be sent by mail on , druggist, f $1.00. .One small bottle receipt in two months treatment, nd seldom tails to perfect a cure. 6id for testimonials from his asd oilier states.: Dr. E. W. Hill, 2926 QHve street, St. Louis, Ma Sld nd-blad- i r,er at to $2 I B L quirement vim, vigor,; refreshment, gay wholesomeness. will satisfy you. Xewmnd - J. FISH & SON rav Bk. aaj the genuine by fuUaame Jlicknaacs encourage abstitHtioa. , ' - 'BBBaW r9tvuBBBB eaaf BwASousaaBBaH nBreVaBBrBaV - jBwr! flHV BbbPBBBBBW Im -- .... "by Drufgitt. j an Xsce tlilmt,.Coc-Otfta- 'V&enerer - (Jfcrflfef SbBbbu." ..t (3 1. r. mbbV !7aBBBMBHaaVaVPr - BalK. . 'BbbbbbP sZ ""BbbbW BH' v .1! - , i - . ' -- - -i '".' i v- - -- -C-- i'. -- .. , , rsfr:;, p: '& T -- r ,. h. I Cf ,", I'-iT- Tiir irnii - iV '- -,, ": ' - x' 5gMMiit.a t -- 1. " ' - ,BB.H r. - JBH i H HIBM 1 "" -t '. g w 1 B i r- -- j Sweep Sale in itself means a great deal but when you visit the busiest spot in Crab Orchard, which is L. L. Sanders Store, where you get the largest package for the least money any day in the week sale or no sale, is good enough. But the goods, almost CLEAN SWEEP SALE outclasses all other" 'needs in the way given away. Bring a little money and carry away a wagon load of goods. A Clean of-summer Be at Sanders, Saturday, May 23d, at 8:30 a. m. Hdney Thrown Away SATURDAY morning, 29,0 Pieces Of Money will be thrown away on the street in front of our store. 8:30 a. m. A. U Sham , The person recovering the most pieces will receive a 50c Broom-Freeprices below. none sold to .merchants. We realize this Sale would not be complete without Brooms,. Note the less than-wholesal- e Be in front of Sanders' Store, SATURDAY, May 23d, at 8:3o h- M- - SHARP I STORE WILL BE CLOSED FRIDAY EVENING ! TO" ARRANGE THIS SALE. We' guarantee topay the BROOMS For the first three days, Sat, Mon and Tues., Brooms at less than cost Limit one to a pustomer. 25 c Broom Sale price 19 c 50 miles to.visitthis sale of up-to-d- ate It will pay you to come Merchandise for Menr Women and Children. A tremendous Slaughter in Ladies' Furnishing Goods. $2,000.00 worth of Highest Price For Produce of any merchant in .?- - May 23 8:30 A. M. sharp OR--C DAYS 35 c Broom Sale price 27 c Good linen handkerchiefs, Salk price OC worth 15c Ladies' good IMe ho?e. worth -sale price DC 25c per pair, Ladies' real silk hose, worth ' r 75c & $1 per pair, sale price OJC Ladies' fine French lisle hose, mZC worth 50c pair, Ladies' vests, worth 25c, c 3C sale pi ice - , sale-price-, Graniteware Queensware and Hardware at less .than cost of production. Crab Orchard; Limit one Men's Furnishing Goods CRAB J5 L, L. SANDERS Prices are $1 50, money raising sale price OVZ Ladies' Underwear, $1 grade Sale price. 4 M:sses' ribbed. 25o crade at Ladies' LTuion suits worth JC 5c 19c .j OUR G rocery, Department than Is complete throughout and youi will find the cost of: living reduced more1 500 dozen men's Negligee shirts of the latest patterns worth-75sale price 75 dozens men's shirts, white and fancy patterns, worth $1, ' sale price c, 3C 49c . HARD, KY. 5 DAYS remarkably ' low Children's 'Union Suita Ladies' union at Dress Goods of trie country. Negligee shirts, worth $1.50 , and $2. sale price D7C , Men's fine underwear, worth $1, sale price Men's Fancy hose, worth 25c sale price Men's handkerchiefs hemstitched, fancy border, ,. worth 15c, sale price Men's embroidered suspend-ers- , worth 25c, sale price 20 dozen ties, worth 50c, sale pi ice Best work shirts on earthy worth 75c sale price Men's socks, worth 5.QC sale price Remember we carry the largest line, of in Crab Orchard OC Suits at Ladies' Balbriggan hose, black ones at OC Boy's heavy ribbed hose, 25c values at OZ Misses' ribbed hose. Z 15c kind at. Armour Plate brand Hosiery is what we handle Ladies . at lZ vibbei 25e kind DZ Largest line in this section Lawns, - Ginghams, Percales, C one third OC Z Now is the time to clean your house. We have the famous . Ladies' gloves. kiud ' at J 9c - Silk and Cotton Voiles, Ratines, Silks, Messalines. Q reen Seal PaM , Boy's heavy ribbed hose at Ladies' hemstitched hand- kerchiefs, 30c kinds, at DC ZZ 4 ' . Remember the Place ! Spinning next.Saturday x andtontintJingJ5;days 7C 3oC Let us figure on' yeur bill.. . Boys' Knee Pants, worth 50c, c T I PIKVL sale price T T .Q L. L. SANDERS, Z . 2c I - "OUR PRICES ARE4 RIGHTV: ' - 4. iHoc att ctii' nn?P I worth $"l, sale price J7C : F; LL I SANDERS - Extra Special Prices on C:off ee k 13b lK Jj . mwMMwwMmww. ..r" May 23, J9I4 Pfod uae taken same as cash - lHlliilIjAi. "Sr,5."- i IV 1'i 1 V Mattings j; Rugs and Wall Paper tl -- A - LHHHHEa f y i- - m rzL; . . & S I . jT x J Set "ft . ."w jS5