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ROCKCASTLE Irtiii i StfiPfttwL i "- -., Established --.. 1887 NUMBER 32 COUNjTY, KY.t FRIDAY; MAY 29 . 1914 ;- - f - vmuiiil ms rjf DECO&OT2N DKiff- 1.914 - He was recently promoted- - to Assistant Foreman of the Loging Department, and will return in a few days. Teed Payne has moved his family to the property re cently purchased bv Wade H. Graves to be used for thft Tele phone Exchange Mr. Graves is here this week overhauling the lines, and will move the exchange in a few days, and sayB '5he will make her sing before he quits. We Relieve he will do all he says but if he will make her talk the subscribers will be in a better h u mor thau. hx the past. QUAIL. ... E!f!?!!f!Hfnffmmffff!ffff!fHff!fHfni!!" .. - - . r - HHBB - I I --- . I IA M. bm mm m m 1 a m - - -- -- . Jmk. ML. W - 1 BAKER 1 M W. A, Owens is teaching a ser- .HBkjnr. That old suit HE will never dtiiPHf; iiUli somewhere on Decoration Day. Yon need a new suit fur summer anyhow. If you get it now you'll have it for the holi Perhaps you're going day. r-- s suit you want. Whether it's blue, brown, gray or a mix- ture, it's here, WeVe got the very i Clothcraft lab jl in a su.it is a guarantee of all wool material, excellent fit, modern style I and long wear. And the fact that it is Clothcraft makes it all ?the better The Clothcraft Clothes are made scientifically, after 68jyears of experience. .- This is w.hy we guarantee satisfaction to the wearer, - If'you waittTan "exceptional value ask to see number '5130, a Rlu berge Clothcraft Special at $15. Made in varous styles, every one .snappy. While you're looking at suits remember we have a compl ete line of high grade hits," shirts, c llars, "neckwear, etc., etc. l'fjr&v,. ies of singing at Providence, Sun-daySays he has a fine class there. Mrs. Lucinda Pioctor-is very low and not expected to live but a short while. Mrs. Mary Proctor, who has tuberculosis is also very low. Uncle David Stringer, of the Buckcreek Section,-died Sunday of infirmities of old age. His remains were laid away to rest Monday in the Thomp son family burning grounds to await the final call. Drf. H. H. Isaacs bad a good horse, to die Wednesday pj potts. Mr.s. Jacob Elder and sons, Brons'tpn and Leslie, visited relatives in'his sec tion the past week. .Aio Mrs. Elder spent Saturday and' Sunday with Walter Elder at Eubank Dr. W.E. Gravelev and Jake Elder of Brodhead attetded at Providence, Sunday. The Rev. Green Fish, ol near Mt Vernon will hold services at Providence, Sunday, at 11 o'clocka.'m. -- Dr. Morris M. Taylor, Bee Lick scribe of the Interior Journal, says he has laid carpentering aside and says be aims to practice medicine withDr Hubert. Mrs.FIora'CfJiJi, wife of Mr. Dock Cash is s&lo to be very low with tuberculosis H. the-singin- m i 1 .. oiorcs LVernon - :::::;::::. " Us- - VE g I 11 FinnfiTrin 1 LI f II lllii 1 II I 1 r " .::.-.::- 1 ::::: ::" IB. '- -: g The Stores that do the Business 'ffafu -- ber-mothe- If you care about your dress we can help you look well. SUTTON P &, MCBEE Mary E. Herrin, EarniHerrin, wife and little son, E. J. spent Wednesday night with 'Mr. and and Mrs. john Acton, of near Clarence, Pulaski county. The Rev. Brock filled his regular appoint- M13 irm .uirm sm ,"" CSS'B -- l:m:lT44Lth:'7K',l'ftTl : 3 I il il.M I Retail Dealers with Wholesale Prices ciate the advice The ladies of Preachersville Citizens , Newsboy; Mrs Padlock and Mrs her death. We understand that Livingston reporter, and will here-a- l will give a play at the Bank hall here next Thursday Epecac, candidates, who take 1st, she underwent an operation, from ter strictly adhere to it. Don't .. .h ivA f:fiQ o wvh.j 2nd and u dptrivpsof Rlne I"..nritf -i which she never recovered. Those forget the J ce cream and Pie supTlieilW J UUC sumwiui "Torlioc No. i, F. & A. M. 'The proceeds attending the funeral from here per to morrow nigtit. Proceeds Masonic Lodge". We are reliably informed that this is a very funny go for a worthy cause, and we were, Mrs. J. G, Frith, Mrs. L. are for the benefits of the Baptist play, and one that every one will want to give the visitors a good M- - Brown, Dr. George Frith and church. All are cordially invited to attend. Mrs. D. M. Preston enjoy. They have a real goat to house, as no doubt their play de others. Mr, and Mrs. J. M. de- - serves. Everybody cordially the guests of hismother, returned to her home in Cincinassist mem in conferring the which two" candidates re- - vited to attend, especially the lad- - Mrs. Sallie Roberts, at Gum. Sul- - nati after spending a few days Services were with relatives in the Ottawasec-tionTh- e ceive, and we know the wotk will.ies of Mt. Vernon and Crab Or- - J phur, Sucday. stockholders of The be done in a creditable manner. chard who are interested to learn held at the Christian church, Sat- of about tbeir husbands masonry. urday and Sunday by the Pastor, Brodhead Fair Association .will The ladies come in possession meet nexUTaesday night at hall 'these secrets from Masons, who Admission 15c and 25c; reserved Rev. Bojd Baker. Born to the wife of Owen Cass over Citizens Bank. We want to talk too seats 35c' Tickets at John Rob-- 1 "by chance happened Business jaiuuh in their sleep. The officers j ins' Drug Store. R. L. Collier a 9 pound aboy last Sunday even- - every one to be there Angel Uake, was in town Tuesday and Wed- - ing. Owen is to loolcfter man of imporiauce .are as follows: Master: Sister Gossip, Senior nesday. R. H. Hamm will soon in town and none of hisrsize can! Walter Robins return d home on Gollege 'step half so high. -- R. S. Martin', from Tellico Pliins, Tenn. MonWarden:' Sister Busybody. - Junior have his prrperjy xv Warden; rSister Backbite, Junior j Street completed. day, where he has been employed this is the and son,fcDouglas, were in Royal Pincushion, property Mr. Hamm recently pur- - ville during theweek. Joh by The Tellico River IWbtr C Sister 1.1 DRY GOODS FURNITURE CARPETS NOTIONS SHOES' FURNISHINGS same. Mrs. Mary Brown and son, Pleas, are in Crawfordsville, & SHOES & SHOES CLOTHING r. Ind for a short Fred Mexico, has Baize o' Tampico, HARDWARE HATS & CAPS been visiting his sister, Mrs. MontCordid, of this," section. American FENCE He lett a few days since for Mt. GROCERIES Sterling to visit his parents BARBWIRE Amos Cordial traded a pair year PROVISIONS ling mules to Campbell jGivens for SALT a good work horse. String TOBACCOS er of Pulaski, says if the Bond is FERTILIZER Hon. A. O Stanley addressed idea, but we hope thai the false sue don't carry at their .next electhe voters here last Saturday, a sta'emt-nwemde will in no way tion in June, he is for selling out WINDOW GLASS STONE WARE lainy good crowu being in at tend t injure Mr. and we and going west, where he The" democrats tendance. in take pleasure in making the cor- - can find macadamized roads. PAINTS & OILS Doors Tand Windows these parts seem io be a little par- rection. Squire Robinson seems that the wheat crop is It tial (o Gov. Beckham, ihougj we of near Livingston was in town MACHINE OILS SCREEN DOORS better than ever to be known in find some that are for Stanley and last Monday, and made app'ica this section. J. M. Craig has McCreary. Mrs. L M. Brown Uion fur a place in our school for been buying up wool at various QUEENSWARE SCREEN, WIRE was in Danville last week Dr. his daughter, and, we understand prices. Et gene Cummins conGeorge M. Fnth, of Tellico that she is well qtnliried to ti'l the tinues in .very podr health. WAGONS ENAMELWARE Plaits, 1'enn.. was with his par phce H. H. Harlan, Special MitchehRobins, and family of ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G Frith, Agent for the L. & K R. R Co.. near Elgiu, were in this part SunCULTIVATORS TINWARE ss tiom Friday until was here Wednesday and Thurs day. J. A Proctor the merchant Clyde Watson and Mildrod Robins day looking after company's inter- says PLOWS he is having a splendid trade. STOVES AND spent seveial days with Mr. and ests - Uncle John Sigman is able Albright Bros have bought a HON. J.' C. W. BECKHAM FARMING TOOLS lIrs. Fred- L. Durham this week. about iis nom ugain, rie"wthresherajd separator, from RANGES Next United States Senator from Kentucky We regret to. learn that Mrs. much to the surprise of those who (GrcacHcott&Co., of Richmond, Josh Dunn died at her home in knew his serious condition of a Ind. butbimNg P&PER HARNESS' and Senior Deacon; Sister Blueblood, Danville last Thursday She used fetf weeks ago. We hope to see BRODHEAD. SADDLES Member; Thankful Sister Roy- to live here, and her many 'friends him himself again. We appreCOUGflED FOR 'THREE ROOFING al Peekaboo, Secretary; Sambo, will be greatly shocked because of YEARS given us by the . chssed from Granville Owens, Harp was in Mt Vernon Monday ai d he is making many improve- - 0n business. Mr and Mrs. C. H. Owen Case and family Frith are rejoicing over the arrival ments will occupy the properly where of aaby girl. Mr. and Mrs. R Mr. Hamm now lives W H. Smith were the guests of Mr. and Orchard, was in Mrs. A M. Hiatt, Sunday. P. E Guttnan. of Crab town last week, and while In re shivel and daughter, Mtss Bes.sie left a bid for grading ihe track were in Mt. Vernon Monday ha v- iortne new lair grounds, winch mgden'al work doue We want he claims he can do nicely with to correct a St rious mistake that his tract on engine and road we made in our last weeks letter g ader. The contract has not ytt in which we stated that Chint Lear been let as there are several part- of the Hiatt section, had lost his ies looking after the job. J B. Sne staliiori The which Frith, who has been railroading is one of the very best in the for the past two months, leturned County, is alive, and how the home the latter part of last week. rumor got started we have no ho-se. ment at Liberty, Sunday. Dr.H. H. Isaac attended the singing at Providence, Sunday last. Singing begins 1:30 a.m., Sunday. Born to the wife of Willfam Tay; Win'. lor, on the 23rd, a girh was in Mt.Vemon a few Scott days ago on legal business. Wade Proctor continues about the , stay.-M- J.--- t I L-a- r. - - Gt-org- e Sunday-r-M- . - to-wal- k r- lover of your godsend to and science. Your New Dis medicine, Dr. Ring's covery. cured my codgh of ' three years stanamg," says Jennie humanity "I am tt Rob-ertsjwe- re in-trre- King's "New Flemming, ot New Dover. Ohio. Have you an annoying; cough? Is, it stubborn and wbn"ji yield to treatment? Get a 5oc bottle of Dr. " FLOUR & FEED U. G. Manager liMT;' VERNON j 3TV Discovery -- Whatriuiid for Jennie Flemming - today it Will do for you, no matter how stubborn or caronic at cough may ormoney back. GEO. S. Manager LIVINGSTON 3 i" jLJnj. J cougk' andstops be. It stops tbroatTand: lung trqible: Relief BuOkleh's Arnica -- -- yout Drof gist. Pitnptes 50caud fl.oo, at Salve for Baker Griffin X the-proudf- flr - , -- Louis-Deaco- n, CA8TOIaC Children GyN FfK FLHciters j TV2 v. fiSr,," .. t: . V - fc -- . - J - . ?"- J- -- r. KlOERNON -- SIGNAL Summer Training ForSunday; ADDITIONAL L0UAU5. nwJno too ,& t i rr ;RIt)AY, 1 ; ' 1. x May 29. 1914 by Senator W. 0. Bradley died Preparations are being made l,vt Satmda.y at lis apartmmts Washington, D. O., of ure-m- ic for a Training School fu- Sunday $I.OO School worker, to be held in Lex- poibonuig. ONtt YEAR TJ BSCRIPION ington, Ky., June 11 i9, 1914 The residence of j. W Ang in A Ivcrtising rates made known on under thj anspices of the Ken wit hall us contents was detriyed Published evtry Friday School Workers - L.Tt rf . r- -. the newspaper press tbis ! u of tor bs Slturd-y-nig. the S 'r.ai In, tjeen a little .- dof'm - ... p. dy ne Hdjuster Was heie o ypstii- - sttt' e wi ht h-- W. I . Richar s lesidence week ruined last lt ROCKET PEAVINE TF you have - EOGAti S. ALBRIGHT, - application t 4 x MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION The Worth of the Farm Agent Fiscal Courts are not especially no:ed for the good judgment with which they appropriate county funds..- - Information to the effect that the- Fiscal Court of Whitley county has made an appropriation for the employment of u county farm agent is to be welcomed as an evidence that now and then these bodies may be relied upon to do the proper thing. The last Legislative passed an enabling act which makes it possible for Fis al Courts to make these appropriations. Whitley is the first of the mountain counties to take this step and the tnagis trates who voted for the appropri- ation have demonstrated their wis dom and progressiveuess. Most of the counties in Eastern Kentucky are increasing in population. Some of them in the course of their industrial- - development are neg- lecting their agricultural interests This should not be the case Some of them already are near the end of their timber resources They have great mineral wealth, but the coal when once mined cannot be replaced. Their one abiding resource is ihe soil. The mountain counties of Kentucky are not now producing enough foodstuff to supply the needs of their population. They Friday are paying out millions ot dollars Instructor in. Elementary Divis- - List of the began the closing Langdon Memor exercises annua ly lor products that might ion and Missionary .Methods ial school, ,1'ij the atternoon was tMiss Cynthia PeaflMaus-As-socfa- te be grown at home. This is a conEditor Bible.&cbo6l sup theexliibit of the Domestic spience dition that can be rectified by itn plies, Chiistian Boatd Publication department in the eveniugtht proving Lewis-Elementary ol Ameri-catKShristia- tucky Chiistian Bible School to which the Disciples ol Christ thruout the State are look ing forward as one of thtir nioj-- t i nportanl religious events of the year Courses will be off in Bi'-lStudy Re'igious' Pedagogy. - liild Study, Sunday Sehoil Ad ministration. Missions and Soci 1 Service by a strong faculty com oosed of four co'lege professors and as many Sunday School specialists. A feature ot the pro gram will be three simultaneous departmental sections under com petent supervision giving training in the special work o(" the Elementary, Secondary and Adult Divisions. She morning ol each day will be devoted o class work, the afternoon to stud', conference and recreation, and the evening to special lectures and the departmental sections. The faculty as announced by the Dean, Walter E. Frazee of Louisville, who as State Superintendent ot the Kentucky Christian Bible School Association is arranging all the details of the school s follows: F. E. Lumley-Proffess- or of Social Service and Araericen Mis sions in The College of Missions, Indianapolis. Ind. Instructor in 'Missions and Social Service E. E, Suoddv-Pjoffess- or of Philosophj'' in Hiram College, but called to The College o? the Bible Lexington, Special Lecturer. W. C. Uower-Proless- or of Re ligious Education in the Bible College, Lexington, Ky. Instructor in Religious Pedagogy Miss Hazel A. Superintendent of the Bible-schon Department of the Missionary Society. e Wednesday by-- tire. Loss Was partly covered by insurance. G orge Farmer, who vasem ployed by the W. .1 Sparks Co . here for st-- r 1 months, was kill o je.--t rday by fall ng slate ia 1 mine at L'dFollette Tenn. The remains will be brought here tonight for burial still hoped it was not a 1 cal citizen who committed the of murder on a man not of crime our ki d ot ppopli, for nowhre in this sweet 1 ind ot ours are there a people of more tenderness ol heait and kindly Spoken than in this dear old Rockcastle. 1 here ma be, there may. have crept into our midst individuals with mental ciiminal tendencies, but the per cent-agis small, and inconceivable powers of reasoning surely must have been resorted to, if the deed were committed by one living amongst us but surely not as one of is e It The fine combined s;a lion will The (Waded School c'os. s to- r.ight. however the pltv scheduled make the e son of 1914 "at the for last night vas postponed until Livery Stable of John Clunlz .n Ml. Vernon. to louiurr w night. rbi.has been a living colt Ky.. at $8. due insme Momy whei ne of the most' sinces ful jears - parted w th is foaL.ed, ma.'and in our next issue w ill begiv. n colt or bred to anoth-- r horse. Due lul. account of the closing to prevent accident but care taken not responsible should any occur. Sallow complf xion is due to a DESCRIPTION torpid liver. HF.URlNE purifies AND PKDIGREE and strengthens the livor and Rocket Peavine is a beautiful ana restores nowais the rosv b'oom of health to the cheek. I baV- - ,ul1 l6uads high wi'h tht Ii Price 50c Sold by John Robins, j very best oi fe" t and leSs tJrcclhead, Kv. horse of fine ityle and action. both under saddle and in harness. Has the best dispusi'inn of any - 'nkod 'Naaraaw ooejuirejpa usppaj-- j oj joxn& S'allion 1 ever saw. Can rack 01 03 H3A1IS TW0UVNH31NI nucud j Stumor clip. Will be trot a three-minut- e 13.. n3oijo joi "pose 3UUMXA3U3ra3PSKpreiiCaDtOC prepared for t le rairs after the uSirep season closes. pa diijniEraioM 'jCjtpno SatmM su 10 ssnsDsq Si ed by Tom Peavine, he b 010-gra- KjLA ' KABO "Tae Lire Modal CORSET Style 6014 is an average figure corset, made of corded batiste. Finished top with silk embroidery trim. Has at a Jbber gore in bottom of back section. Has very low bust and long skirt. Is veryhghtjv boned. Has front clasp. Back wires have featherbone at bottom. Has three pairs of supporters. Sizes, 20 to 32. 94-inc- h 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, fir, com-- to spend your up-to-d- ate SOML smsoa ret ucsX 9 JJAO JO J 3IM piUjd -i3Ait siaSoy 3Uinus3 sin. troin sdiuvn ipiij.w stpaiiijgussajcij .raAjts Intact 2:o5, by Electioneer 126, tae sire 196 colts, with records below 2:3o. 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 'soya seou Tptm open snoinij stl jeaq Asin jeiji ms o raosid zuiaus aouvj pot us. 'suood:'t3uoiZui -I js-a- Jim Doan, suspected of the murder of the unknown man round on town hill last week, was arrested and lodged in jail Monday. Doan had been suspected f t several days but not until Monday when signs of blood were found between Doan's house and where the man was foundZand also a bloody suit of overalls found in Doan's hous-1- , was the evidence sufficient to warrant an arrest. The officers working on the case say that the evidence all together is reasonably strong against Doan and feel sure that there are other who know more than they have tolk. The general opinion is that who ever committed the ..rime did so to cover up a case ot robbery. pap! U91JM psspn is sq Tom Peavine. first dam was by Peavine and was the dam oi the 's great Rex Peavine Rocket Moll-.dam was i2 17, b Pat Denmark, he by Rattler, he by Verman Black Hawk. Second Dam by Walker's Grey Eagle. Third Dam by Stonewall Jackson. Fourth Dam by Copper-bottoPea-vinec SOLD BY A. B. FURNISH WHEN YOU WANT ) pjnotj areQ 9JAJ9AJI mm 'noun ot iofs3tig ROCKET PEAVINE has made two seasons in this County at Mt. Vernon, Ky., and is known as theh Genera! Merchandise CO TO snourej TfwuifmmiH SnjMoqs "03 Willi Langford stallion. He has several mare colts in tbis count, that the owners have refused loo.oo each for at weaning time. He has proven himself to be a No. 1 Farm Implements JONAS McKENZlE THB iJuipuaiXq piog su3sap ipt .."to,, anaoicjco joj pass "sjajcap breeder. BETHURUM & CLONTZ, Mt. Vernon, Ky- - 'WM jBtidod aqj mt 3LD uoai set ijijiqBjnp" ajqc -zfituiaj sjj, 'passed -- jnsun si joajis imotnf -jjau siqj 'uSisap jo Xintaq pur iiiEnb ut RELIABLE WILLS i9i4 at tre Stabie of John Clontz in eiy M Vernon, Ky. at $8. to insure a vuig colt. Money due when coll is fodlded, mare parted with or bred to another J aci.--. Due caiv taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occur. V ILLS is a Kentucky Jack, 15 han is high, and is of heavy build and lengih, has excellent legs, and ol a large, cle m aud strong bone. He has a commanding ap- pearance, and is the sire of large mules. His color is dark iron grey. He sold for $8oo.oi, to go to theSate of Indiana, when two L 1 'song ypcxa --AJ3S -- wm asoqj Will make season of SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JUNE 7th inui paduitns saaaid Sui XdiTCJ pUB SUOOd' apcij pauMouai aqi sjjjoj asooqa Ajqrni ru,oroMjaAis u; uou oapoa 3aas otjM $1.50 Trip Round WI 11 completed the Eighth Grade this term. To those who know of the splendid wore of the Langdon Memorial, no words of commen- dation is necessary upou our part. The work of this school is unexcelled by any institution of its class in the state, and these are words of praise heard from he lips of many who have visited the Langdon Memorial during the past. To knowand fully appreciate the work being done by this took the complete course No county makes a bad invest- of and received International certifi- institution of which Miss Rose ment by employing a capable farm McCord is head, one must see and pgent. It has been estimated that cates, which has the record of being the largest ckss graduated know for themselves. every thousand dollars spent for among the Disciples of Christ. farm agents svill give at least xo,-0Preparations Sfjti are being made for in better farm returns. Courover three hnndrea this year. jS ier 00 the soil, by reclaiming the worn-ou- t Instructor in Secondary Division. W. J. Clarke-Adu- lt Superin lands, by adopting belter tendent of the Del methods of farming and by in partment of the American Chris- creasing the pioduction of livejtian Missionary Society. Instru stock. tor in Adult It i just here that the services istration. Division and Admin of the farm agent aie valuable. All sessions of the school will The average farmer has never he held in the chapel and class seen an agricultural college, and he pays scant attention to the rooms of the College of the Biole while the studenes will be enter- vast amount of print d advice that is served up to him in various taiued in the dormitories of Hamilton College. ways. But" there are plenty of farmers everywhere who are glad of This is the Third Annual School this character held by the As to avail themselves of the services and the advice of the county agent. sociation. Over two hundred and fifty students were enrolled last He lives and moves among them year representing one hundred and his practical assistance is ot and nineteen churches. A claps more effect than tons of literature. 10G Bible-schoo- the farms, by conserving 1 HI'IhIi III .50 Trip Round operet a; Sunday evening Baccal-aureate'Serm- bv Dr. 0r sstield, Monday evening the pupils of Miss Grissora arid Tue-daevening the closiug progiam. consisting of a two act play and a paper roat by Miss Ruth Landrum who y' iwi&ManSt I SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves I JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m $ PEOPLES ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. years old. May igi4 He is rive years old in His colts sell from $100.00 o $12000, at weaning time. He is a No. 1 breeder. He was purchased by his presenlown-(Millar- d J. Bethurum), from a $ $ BANK ! $ $ Hotel Henry Watterson LOUISVILLE, hotel. KY. Journal. FINANCIAL DESTRUCTION The merchants of this town deserve the patronage of the people of this community. They are a part, and a very important part, of the community. They pay a very considerable portion of the taxes of the town and of the county. They contribute to the support of the churches and other Extract from Simplified Spelling Bulletin, Prof, r (No 1 MadLon Ave. New York): - social institutions, and make pos- not only taking the time actually sible many;tbings the community employed in the co&tests, but also would riot have if they were not demoralizing the whole school, an.d here. distracting the attention of the The mailorder houses of the pupils from the important subjects cities are spending thousands of of study. The waste is still great dollar for the purpose of putting er in view ot he fact that ail this the country merchants of this effort is merely to torce pupils to town, and other towns, out of learn a great number of irregular business, and every man who and anomalus spellings that ought spends a dollar with them assist uot to be used, and 'ought not to in the accomplishment f their be taut at all. selfish aims. -- We need not ' - throw down all The ultimate end of the mailregulations." What we need to order method will be the central do is to adopt some regulation a izing of all the business of the reasonable and convenient system country in the large cities and the which all can soon learn, nd apply financial destruction of the smalwithout hesitation or Uncertain y. ler cities aud towns. There ar. in short, too many regAre you willing to be a party to ulations, with " too little regulathe financial destruction of your Fetter's theme was "Thoughts Suggested by the Brooklyn Eeagle's Spelling Bee.'-Hexprest the opinion that such spelling bees, preceded, as in this case, by a large amount of preparation in the separate schools, or, a great waste oi time and energy, " e SWANNHATS Always Satisfy Make you look, feel and be well dresaed. They have the atyle, quality, fanuh and wear that aaUfy. OBT YOURS HKRE Between Good Fellows m&. Just The South' moat popular priced, modem Absolutely tituated in the very hrart of the retail shopping district and near all the theatres. Finest Cafe in Louixyille, with moderate fire-proo- f; pri-- M. Club Breakfast from 25c up ; neon day Lunch 50c; table de hole Dinner, 6 to 8 p. m $ .00. Also elaborate a la carte service in Restaurant. Rathskeller ope- - from 4 p.m. tc I a.m. Orchestral and vocal music 1 party in the State of Indiana, and shipped from that State to this County, in December, I913, and is represented to be a No. t Jack in every particu'ar. PEDIGREE is as follows: Sired by B'g Tom, First Dam was by Hadley's cele brated Napolian, Second Dam by Mason's Jack, Third Dam was by Constitution Fourth dam by Great Western. Fifth Dam by Imported William. BETHURUM & CLONTZ Mt. Vernon, Ky. A Straw will Show the Way $ the Wind Blows Have. you Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the PEOPLES BANK $ there's a reason. $, SAFE AND SOLID Facility Eyery Banking AMPLE RESOURCES $1 For the Convenience of the People $ OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROOM PRICES I FIS H& SON UMsMam$ rsf?j5 j. sssnrsriTBii -- With running water and private toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 par day Large cample raomi with prh ate bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. You are cordially invited to make thia hotel your headquarters while in Louisville even if ordy for a day. Have your mail and pacVagra-addressehere. You ill always be a welcome guest. d ijfj ij 1 iki ujki.iai Lri 1 I "MJ 1T- -J $ I One application soothes and heals a rough Bimclykin.and.'whenrepeated.quicUycnrects all skin diseases yield to its curative properties. Send for t m tsmplt nd Wk. 'Health end BeetrtT." CO., JOHNSTON. HSLLOWAY -PtiHev, Pa. 17M Spring Gardae) St, a cure. Eczema, Erysipelas, Tetter Ulcers and 50c a box. At alt Drujxisis. Use Us 5 ROBERT B, JONES, Manager. $ PEOPLES $ BANK $ $ U.1 Utrag 15 From Dirt, Dust and Drudgery. DIVORCE YOURSELF 9)wit&i ag by-A- What you wont ia pnint is one that Hows freely from the brush, that spreuda evenly, but has eaouf k body to stay spread. You caa shut your eyes and tell from tht) feel of the brush, as you paint, that Combination Pneumatic Sweeper Release from broom drudgery from the ttrua of sad UftHig furniture and from ike dangerout sca&erag of dust ad germ that we raited by the ue of the broom e aad the old fashioned carpet sweeper, ca be attained use of the Duatloy jCoabinatioa Paaumatie Sweeper, which, etaij operated by haad, create pewerful wc&ob force which drawioat all the dfrt ead dust found ia your rug aad carpet asd at the same lime the revoWag brush picks up all list, pks, threads, Hanna's Green Seal Paint is fullbodied, smooth elastic and tenacious. You caa feel it cling r to the wood, and in after years you can sea it cling. . duoh t hometown? Three States. r - tion." tare TK WHITIET SMrfCFEISare made three sizes aad sold swder a rigid gttaraatee for oBe rear. Yott may try" a Dual-le- y u. Barbed wire cuts, ragged wounds I collar and harness galls heal up Tot Infants and Children, when BALLARD'S quickly SNOW LINIMENT is arpVcd Tli KM YmHiYt Always BMgkt It is both healing and antiseptic. Price 25c, 50c and $i oo per bottle Bears the gold by John Robins, Brodhead, Signature of C&&& TeW CASTOR A ia your ewa heme for 10 days sTsr Free of CAarje. TODY Ci atere detailed talbrmatiea writ There is no secret about makinj. goc durable paint. The formula is ou every cau of the Greaa Seal Paint. FOR SALE 1Y nBB5 Hi' -- Dufkk Pneu.natic Sweep Jt 6501 S. State Street CHICAGO AentslWanted 385?i ' . KZKu rwtf r - I V fir J B. NOE r 'Tf tR:. """ TIX. &? . - & 1 i --VW'. kowe died Monday WOMEM AND GOOD ROADS GOOD WORK "Mr. Fredricks" said the .exam after ai illness of several weens . Ml iuing lawyer, you know old Cull Ml f. xms weeK wm prauciuauy ciose Mies Rosr MoPord of Mr, Vr-- ' of a complication of ttoubks. Vernon, Ky: May 29, 1914 Mt. the Pulaski Cir the witness, in this case, do you ! non, chairman of Good Roads in the Ma North Texas has bad a mouttis ,s a four weeks uot?" the Kentucky Federation, declares c " court It up "No 79'.' wnenWQ flood oi rain while Kentucky has thedopket is in such "Oh, yes," answered George, J7 Lad something like a drouth tor a that her zeal was born of first- - term, but wdn to Oommunl knowed him nigh onter forty years cnte wlch SIGNAL hand knowledge of the great need sPndid condition thafthe Judge now. month. of belter roads, and a arm con !'allet0 dispose cf the entire "What is his reputation for va-- 1 Round trip to Atlanta $10.25 viction that nothing would more b',uiness in tfaree weeks. This ractty !" asked the lawyer. 'Is he July 6 and 7 limited to July I5 quckly bring about the condit ons - shows the value and importance regarded as a man who never tells Account Young Peoples Congiess, social economics and educational of haying a Judge on the bench the truth?" wno Knows now to try the busi (Colored) tor which the Federation stands "Waal, I can't say that he don't ness and who has the push about The date for en po ng teachers than a State-wid- e LouwvillcA.Nashviu.cR R.Co. system of good h:m necessary to expedite the never tell the truth," answered has been changed to the first Sat- - roads. TIME TABLE. business of the court, which is so George "but I do know that if he u 'ay o June a d July of each Government bulletins on this wanted his hogs ter come ter din4.59 P m year. 22 aorta. W A B DaviS Supt. subject placed in the school- s- es- essential in the clearing and keep- ner, he'd have ter git somebody ing the dockets cleared and free 24 norm 353 a m pecially in the mountain sections Srecial Agent Harlan of the L. from congestion. The people of else ler call 'em." n:43 a m IB south & N. R. R was here Wednesday to be carried into the homes ot the the 28th Judicial., district are to 12:19 am, 21 3outh A TEXAS WON UER. and played a very prominent part people and letters to clubs and be congratulated uron having A Ttlt .. T T TTrTTir in the arrest of Jim Doan who is legislators have been especial such a judge. They The Texas Wonder cures kidney recognize Phone No. 8. accused of the murder of the man features of Miss McCord's work. ability and real, worth in a puhlic and bladder troubles, removing The national good roads movegrauel, cures diaoets, weak and Wintered 3t the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice found dead near here ment which resulted in the form. servant, and that is the reason all irregularities mail matter. a second-clas- s of the kidneys Any one holding claims ?gainst tion of the. Lincoln Highway Atso-ciatio- why they propose to continue the and in boty men and women. the estate of John Cherry will has from, the start been services of Judge Betbur.um for present same to me a- once, shared in by club women. The another term. Thev know that Regulates bladder troubles in PERSONAL good in that capacity children. If not sold by your properly proven. great Tree Planting Commit ea he has mide was in from Miss Carrie Lair and being a gentleman of the druggist, will be sent by mail on J. Thos Cherry. Executor, for this road that is to reach from Rose Hill yesterday. May Crab Orchard, Ky. ocean to ocean is headed bv an highest tvpe of morals and a model receipt of $ 1. 00.- - One small bottle man in every way, and having in two months treatment, ,nd J. Brown was down Dr A meeting of all the stockhold Illinois women and made iip of to perfect a cure--. Snd from Stanford Tuesday-Be- n ers of the Mt. Vernon Fair Asso- the chairmen of conservation of always stood for lofty ideals in for testimonials from his and other the advancement every Craig of Quail section, was ciation is called for Saturday, June nil State Federations. it will life, and undertaking, and ofknow states. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2026 laudible in town Wednesday night. Gth, at 2 p. m. at the Fair Grounds. nieet during the Chicago biennial ing that he is tHis type of man, Olive streel, St. Louis, Mo. Sold Walter Robins of Telhco Plains. Every stockholders is requested Already Governors and Mayors i and that he can be depended upon by Drnggijt. Of towns have promised to be at this meeting. Tenn. was here this week. to Miss Rose McCord will leave In New Jersey it is pro- of exemplify these splendid trails Chas C. Davis, Pres. Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Lawrence character in his dailv walks, tonight for Ashville, N. TuesW. H. Fish. Sec. posed to border the highway with were up from Level Green 0., where fruit trees. Iu Pennsylvania has and as the judge of the oourt, she will visit two weeks and then day. Don't forget the Stockholder's they fee that they cannot afford go to Long Island to spend the Mullins of Withers, Meeting of the Mt. Vernon Fair beeu started a movement for for- to make a change and Mis&Dora hazard tho summer with her brother, return dur- Association at Fair Grounds, Sat- estry preservation along the Linwas with Miss Ruth MuUins interest of the district in unknown ing to Mt. Vernon August 1st. ing the week. urday. June 6ch, at 2 p m. Great coln road. Masses of American and untried hands. laurel, hardy vines and perenMt. Vernon with it's several adMr. J. H. Mink of Straight interest is. expected at this meet Judge Bethurjim proposes to ded enterprizes, the new Rockour ing, in that at tins time the coin-fo- tt nials will be uesd largely through conduct his campaign for Cteekj was a welcome caller at of the people who wiJJ yis.it the original thirteen States, esoffice yesterday. upon a high4 plain, befitting castle block, the Miller block, the wlil be pecially at the entrances to cities th&dignity and honor of this !iigh Sutton & McBee building, the Miss Tanna Thompson of Crab the Fair, August 5;6 7, anq in hjs,topic centers. In Illi office, and will not resort to low Moving Picture Show House, the Orchard, is spending a few days especially considered.. Other im- nois and thj? prairfe Sjates, the be transacted. portant business to and dirty tactics in order to "new telephone systein., ? with relatives here. n Nepfairje rose will Ije use4 t the qqtlqolf of an ad Owing to the fact that tbo elec- braska lu4e trees will be planted further: his interest, rjop will he Mrs Sam Cox visited relatives vanced, prosperity, gave riae in Whitley, Laurel and Garrard tric lights will not be ready to 00 feat apart and on both sides undertake to fide jrjto office upon tq thp present master achleve turn on until Saturday night, the making spaces of q, hundred feet the prestige or- popularity of some counties last week. ment ofthe business enterprises of R B. Mullins is home from an play to be given by the Graded for shrubs And so on thruoufc other mart, but isf willing to risk our town in the entirely modern extensive trip thru Central and School pupils entitled "Evange- the length of a road calculated to his interest in the haids of the equipment of the electric light line" has been postponed until stimulate travel, love of country good people qpqg his own merits plajit, Eastern Kentucky.- and Mt, Vernon will be well as a lawyer, and upqn Ips sp,eudjd Saturday night. This is a good and road building. Brod-hea- d Johu Robins, the faithful illuminated, The eleotnc and a judge, correspondent was here be- play, the actors well suited to In addition to the main high- record asreliable experts have accomFrom reports from all their characters, afjd know their way the tree planting will be tween trains Tuesday. plished clever and ingenious teats the counties of the district, the parts Well. undertaken along connecting Joe Oliver and Mr. and Mrs' Herald is justified in saying that of construction and engineering. roads. On.e pj these starting from were Dock Oliver of Livingston two Strawberries. Only there will be a landslide for the hese a few houis Monday. in When the baby takes too muob parties Mt. Vernon raised Chattanooga, will pass, Lincqln's, presant judge in every county in birth place at EJocJgenvjlJe and food the stomach turnsj the result Mrs.Cleo Brown was very sick strawberries this season for sale district: Sqmerset rjeraj. is indigestion, soqrness and vomit Tuesday with a se They sold probbly 200 gallons at divjdjng, one branqh wijl pasn Mc 5 2 t, Monday and ing. Frequently the bowels aro Kinley?s home, while the other, vere attack ol acute indigestion. 50 cens per gallon and had calls .,ii. iw-involved and there is coie pains a?e ?v goes ijdrthwar'd tojfiiq "the' Ljhj Mrs. Mahalajones lett iuesday for at leastToo gallons. We have and diarrhoea. MoGEE'S BABY In. lha whole Qild highway in Indiana, Tb there is qot heftling of medicine ELIXIR is a grand corrective a remedy that see her sou, John who is tele- made mention in these columns, a coin to graph operator at South CorDiu. number of times that if some of Lincoln elms at Springfield are to will repair dumage to the flesh remedy for the stomach and bowel people would cultivate more be huddled and the old rosebushes morequicklv than BALLARD'S disorders of babies. It is pure Miss Willie Frauds spent a few our the white f rings and mock orange SNOW LINIMgNT. jn cuts, Wholesome and pleasant to take. days last Week with her sister, strawberries they would have no from his home there also will be wounds; sprains, burns,, soalds Price 55c and 5oo per bottle. Sold near Brod-hca- trouble in huding sale for them rhumatjsm, its healing and by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. Mrs. Sylvan fcf jrde-.similarly treated. In this way and right at home. Try it. penetrating power is extraordicuttings will be obtained for nary. Price 50, 50c, and $1.00 Miss Chiistine Davis Jeft for planting in suitable places where per bottle Sold by John Robins, Stanford yesterday to be the TO MAMMOTH CAVE gardeners are available for their Brodhead, Ky. gueat of Miss Pattie Perkins for a care. Tuesday, June 23. A person lew uas. Billy Sunday's Sermon on BOONE RELICS Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ballard and ally conducted two days outing. David. On the farm of Miss Ella Jficic- J. Bennet Ballard, of Covington, Round trip rulroad fare from Mt, "All of the sons of lesse except are with Judge and Mrs. Ballard Vernon S4.35. Rooms reserved son, on the old Boone Trail near at Cave Hotel incluling board Fariston, there was a thicket called David went off to war; they left ior a few days. David at home because he was only B ji3jVf I 1 JUr. and Mis Roscoe Griffin and trips in the Cave for $0 5o "The Lost Camp,"wherp in the "iJ a kid. After aWhile David's ma making ihe total cost 9.85 year 1786 the Indians surprised a ot Maretburg, were and little ton got worried. She wondered what with Mr. &. Mrs. G. b. Hiatt dur- Special coach on regular train 3.53 party of White settlers and ,killed had become of his brothers, bea. m Write or phoue L. 8c N. twenty, taking the remainder ing the Week. cause they hadn't telephoned to Agent. prisoners. Ik.rs. Delia Baker has been with Last week while plowing this lot her or sent word So she said to Everything Is ibe lamilv other brother, ians When you come to the Fair Messrs. Alex and Nath Byble un- David, 'Dave, you go down there is the Hardware liue, and to the Be sure and drop Sowder, at big fetone Uup, va,, Into Cox & Wheeldon's covered two huge metal plates in and see whether thev are all housewife we would say that our aur.ng the week. right.' Barber Shop. a most perfect state of preservailDurn and Julian Miller left You can get a hair cut So David hikes off to where the Kitchen and Cooking Utensils tion, tnough they have not yet deare of the best make and most Early or late this mornicg tor Mystic, Jv., to termined what metal they are war is, and the first morning he durable quality . We have a very Made to your order spend the summer with Mr. and made of. On one of the plates is was there out comes this big large variety xf househoid needs While you wait. W. Davis. Mrs. S. written in script the name of Goliath, a big. strapping fellow in Hardware and it will wellpay We remove yom beard ' W. F. Carter atd little who. com me need Mrs. "Sarah McNutt," on the other about In he latest style, the thrifty to make their pursons were here from broduead And give your ol face' side of the same plate is stamped to shoot off his".niouth as to what chases here, Come in and have ' Wednesday with ihe lauuiy of Room to smile i the name "David King." Under be was going to do " Who's' that 'bjg stiff putting a look around it will be a sur "Our work must please" her Uncle W. A. B. Davis. one of the plates was found char prising oxperience. Our motto is, up that game Italic?" asked David Dr. and Mrs. O. D. Brock and And that is the way coal from the camp fire.1 ; "ft c -' ; Mr. D. R. Brock, of Loudor, and It is known that a man named of 'his brothers. We do our "biz" 'Oh, he's the whbje worjes; Opposite Court House, Rev. Walter L. Broork, ot McNutt was the leader of the ""Mt. "Vernon, Ky't he's the head cheese of the- were wiih relatives here party. London Sentinel. Livingston's big pastime pow is He does that little stunt during the week. turtle racing. The sport of iaces Mrs W. G McBee is spendiug between the reptiles becoming HOW TO TREAT YOU 8. TOWN every day.' ' 'Say,' said David. you guys the week in Stanford, the guest of somewhat tame a race between a Praise it. make me sick. Why don't some mother Mrs. Dr. D. B. South big reptile and a main for a dash Improve it. I of you go out and soak that guv? ards and attending school com of 2oo yards was pulled off there a Talk. about it. - ,. '". You let him gefc away with that mencement while there. Trade at home. few days since. The amphibian siuff.' He decidedjLQ go out and Be public spirited. Mr. and Mrs. George Perkins gave the sightseers quite a surtell Go'iath where to heid in, Sallee announce the engagement prise by running oyer the man Take a home pride, in it. ' So, Saul, "s.auj: 'You'd better Tell of its businessmen. GOCftf TK EYES -A- N5 miOHUT of their daughter, Elizabeth to Mr knocking him downjand crippling take my armor and s word. ' David MW HYlMT Williams, Jr. The one of his arms. Turtle was Remember it is your home. Richard Gott Wfc,,4fcB Mixmmm put thera'bn'rbut he left like a feliMurely KSBXljr Tell of its natural advantages. wedaing will take place in June. winner. The man begged low with, a hand.me-dowsuit fcv' Somerset Journal. so hard to keep his name out of Trade and induce others to trade about four times too big for "him, .ImiMlMb- - TWhfaMr. tltl KAUVK. Me. the paper that we . refrain from here. v ,w.:P so he took them off and went When strangers come to town publishing it. He, ihas claimed down for the count.. David drew" LOCAL use them well. 3v damages from accident insurance and chopped off his Don't call your best citizens his sword company and will recover it. It block, and the rest of, the gang, Panamas and straws in all the is unnecessary to say Will" Owens frauds and imposters. I beat it. new shapes at Fish's. wasn't the roan that the "turtle Support your local institutions that benefit, your town. Mc-- " Forty Dollars buys a new Tan over.' ' lie ttap hens kyk Look ahead of self when all the KEEP BOWEL MOVEMENT aad ekcek tho growth of Cormick Mower at Fish's. ,JrsHC birds. Yea caa REGULAR The County of Rockcastle will town is to be considered. rsflytrliofmicc Fortunately your wife can't Help the public officers do the Dr. King's New I if e Pillp keep altM and vermin with pay $100 for the arjest and conj . telephone out to the ball park alter stomach,' liver and kidneys in. P viction of the party or parties who mostgood for the most people.. . you; Don't advertise in the local healthy condition. Rid the body killed an unknown man on top of Uetmd'tOa' ' "Treat your feet to a pair of Town Hill. paper "to help the editor-,- but of poisons, and easte. Improve e .aadMYesMaer. Also th hit your complexion , by flnshing .the (or docs, cats, plasms' sk Sowers. Natural Shape oxfords to- - This May 22, 1914 advertise to help yourself. 'Bates , KafBM sabgUtBto-.jyJIst. Fnttta. liver and kidneys. ','1 got more 'dayatFisb's. , G. M . Ball ard,' J. R. C. C relief from one; box of Dr.. King's Mpw Life Pills than anv rnfrt'nia Gov. IMcCreary haSjbeen asked Empire Corn Drill with fertillever tried Asay C,,E. Hatfield .SOLD &..GDRANTEED by FOR FLETCHER'S izer attachment forteh- - dollars at to offer a reward for an eaual oiunicago, Hxii. Z5c. at .jonri 4 amount.' DAVIS ' Fishes once. ' Druggist. MT. VERNON SIGNAL! Jin 1 '' 79 KEEPCODL D ,ONT worry about the heat of the com- g Dog Days. Drop 1 .' I in and look over our line of cool summer suits and you'U feel like laying aside I that old winter suit you have worn so long We are better prepared this season than ever to serve you with things to keep you cool ot You can get fitted here from and save a few dollars in the head-to-fo- n - 22-3- t. I sel-domta- ils deal Cool Union Suits, cool Shirts, cool Sox, cool Hats and everything made to keep YOU cool. Come in and see all these cool fixings. 4'We Stand By What You Buy" gon-tribuin- g n t 'WfWtZ 5syn5LEAfflrrOi22i-rVTrlVBlg - -- me-cbanio- al The Home of Good Clothes " THE ie Ladies' Masonic Lodge" will be given at , d. BRODHEAD AT OPERA HALL, BANK OVER CITIZENS By the Ladies of Preachersville, Lincoln Co. t WttC Thursday Even5g, June 4 BEGINNING AT 8 O'CLOCK. OK -- -- "--J- cx; This lodge is organized after the ladies hear their husbands talk in their sleep. This is a mighty fnnny play and you miss a treat by not being present. Those who know say it is the height of humor. 'J he "cast" of characters are Angel Cake, Master Sister Gossip, S.W. Sister Busybody, Jr., W., Sister Backbite, Jr., D., Sister Royal Pincushion, Sister Thankfnl. Tyler, S- - D, Sister Blueblood, Member, Peekaboo, Secretnry, Sambo, Newsboy, Mrs. Padlock and Mrs Epecac, two candidates who take 1st, 2nd and 3rd degrees of Blue Lodge No 1, of F. A. M Proceeds to go to a worthy cause . Lex-ijgto- n. ill-fat- ed Phil-isiine- s. BETH J? UM & LEWIS Attorneys at Law J. C. MoCLftRY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER hr . - in Bethurum Bldg. Will practfee in all the Courts. Offices -- LLETrelM tKftm . de-c'ar- ed rrTK n Aifll' ' Stanford, Ky. 'C. Williania, ATTORNRY-AT-LAW, . .Stop Torture Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS MT. VERNON. KY. "OFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Chur street. Special attention give to collections. Phone No. 80. ,. " prgu. u o " tesectl-"cW- ;- -- r t Children Cry CASTOR! A o Jt of and fVlDEALER inMarbles and Granite Monuments of all Eslimtte' furnished kinds. on application. H Manufacturer FOUND! FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles and Eyeglasses for 51.50 and up. Gold Silver and Aluminum Frames. Largest selection in" town. Eyes tested Free. Years, of excerieBce. S. C. GEO. OWENfr Propr, ?: Pone 112 T J. C. AND OPTICIAN. - JEWELER MOORE COX BROS. STORK At.; JT-S- ' j 41 t i: K 'lxr7h 1 WfW? .. . v . fciivi ; -- ? - - - r f 5t '" V: J. ' liEYL GJiEEiN. I I THE KENTUCKY BRED INSURANCE COMPANY THE COMMONWEALTH "" LIQUID COLD Burnett 'S.alfsinaQ for Rev Cbas" Canniest .attndo Lou svlteTin & Stove Co as here Tuesday. Mr James Bryant t e decoration at Line Creek' on 'JtOhman'sDiiair of Science Hill is' conducting a the irtlia'd ipprirs a- - nice tirr . Oklahoma Oil j p'iiQC in vri'a . inni!i Tt. 1U:. - Geo. Niceh v of utle- - spent iiMion.ni i' ICIlUSlJip with his ana ne certainlv is on to bis job. Sunday and Monday Opportunity vz.Um rjli IllW!lTW'IP isses Miss Katie Piicn has returned father, Mr Wm N'celey. For Infants and Children. ass" from a very pleasant v;sit with LterihaHtm Mary Carmical have Oil is the grea est money maker recovt red from a very severe her aunt,. Mrs. Dr., Thompson . t j The Kind You Have and Oklahotni is the jreate-.- t fiel t Kings tnountai i(. Miss Daisy case otvm,easles - Cecil and Earn- in the United Sttes in the value ? lii.',J:''- LfLSnviaaaVjaaaarir rtB iiiuiuasuasiemiiieu jrom a lout est Barnt-- Spent Sunday wii"h of her ml productions, totaling Dfc Always Bought temper Mrs: Lucima with, her months sister at over $1,000,000 income weekly. ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT Wi Re.VV Carmcal md h s West Mineral, Kausas.-- M r. Win. irneS ANfaelabklhraralionforAs Gleen Pool and other Oklahoma sS similaling ifieFoodanilRegulatl. iirown has recovered from a reKuiitr appoiiibnmuc ai i1 ihiliICK tHds made millionaires rapid y tefr iuisuieaionnaisaiuuj(wlsof two weeks serioujullness Misses Saturday and Sundny. Well it when oil yas selling Tl M at thirt five r rtra i seems that af so long a tin e Liaau Uara DcBor,d Mabillj Cummins cents per barrel. Now the price PTwy;vatraJiH)ij;mtll Signature and Isa'belle Ping- spent last week that we are having some "farming is more than double Fortunes still the drouth seems weather, but Promotes Di$cslionlcrM with friends and relatives at s to be ltrjfiring gardens to some ex are accumrlated almost between rtess and Rest.ContaIns Ktor of VV. T. Todd is Station with tenVUntgS.till. Opiinu.Morphirie norfliaoaL setting of the sun we feel sure that i the rising-'anthe family of W. P. DeBord for a, WOT NARCOTIC. , in the great held (S5J':V M tew days. Dr. G. B. Lawreace We all do our part that we will al SttyxefOiIDeSSdZHHCSR f Oklahoma. for we hav was in Mt. Ternon Monday and' get alone alright, When .one considers the State jUxSana ' L Hasty andnieie never had any famine in this part produces-tnoi1 Tuesday. J.ppnt igorously good keenly and than $1,000,000 a , IsibHle Ping will com jkbtStti lyitU Kidd Saturday w th roence her third term at week, tint ells can be drilled in liitarieediiis lr. and Mrs. Sam 1i Mcwbnams ,ll'D fr, IfxaSttd- delicious. Thirst -- quenching from six to twenty days and often this place, in a few weeks, there WO near Bee Lrcfc. Miss. Lottie be eight months schoi this these wells pay for themselves Oennv was the guest ofier cousAperfect Rem ly for Cottsfa within a week after drilling, that and refreshing. i . MisS Lizzie "Hllrsr. Sainrlavr 4 year. It seems that there is no tne owner of a single forty or tion . Sour Stotaadi.Dlarrlm VYorrasjConvulskrasIevensfr night and Sunday. Kev. D. R excuse whatever in these days for eighty acres Of land frcquenth i children not having a g od educa rtess andLQSS OF SLEEP. Gentry has again purchased the f national beverage ErOfl.K, a da tion, of our fathers has an income of $300.00 TacS'mfle 'signature of ESgSB saldle mare "Roxy" and sas he J and mothers only having three and that stock bought in a ComCPS'Oli' and m e tpects now to keen hei as long pany at $1 00 or 10 00 a share a i sue lives. Airs. A. C Sowderi months'school to attend, now to The Centaur Compatct, times worth $it0 00tc th nk what a change our little NEW YUrv. aL aad little grand daughter Marpar- Tl iKJaHaffia&aaaV''iaaf full nri IhA nntttna ones have to day, and fathers and 300 00 within a ytar Nicknames encourage substitution, ?5rcsi et Mullins. spent' Tuesday with L EEJPHiSirf mathers we shoul all take great one's brain reels at the thought. Mrs. Wna. H. Brown. O. L. interest in educating our cnildren Ai.d yet this is the history u jSuaatocAiinderTiieFbojg 1 1 Hitches a;asiu. Mt. Vernon Mon-- ( for that is one thing that no e many individuals in the state o COCA-COL11 1 THE COMPANY oi iv oa business. Clav Thompson an take from Oklahoma'that reads nice some them AUama' Exact Copy of Wrapper. you tee an to city. W3ai pleasant caller at MaretburR ci.tao fairy tale. I he gold held of Cal Allow think Wf KIhEIIH Saturday eveaing. Miss bte ISHHillHIiilBlililHImiHBBillHIiHIHHBIBHHIII HOW'S TflTS? ifornia in their palmiest days arc EJdridge and Randolph of We offer One Hun 'red Dollars left far in the rear; the great gold " ruiani attended, tne singing at Reward for any case of Catan h awakening-i- Alaska is forgotten; friendship. last Sunday. that cannot be cured by Hali's the diamond-field3C&3C383C& of Kimberley J8baC9&30C Catarrh Cure. Scarkjj. Will Uwens, the F. 'J'Chenev &. Co.. Toledo. O. in South Africa pale into insig Chas.C. Davis Chas.C. Davis reporter has certainly got :We, the. undersigned,'1 hae nificance. .v Nothing in the history Ml. V.ernon bas aided jn the big Tjluff on Marei, Frank-- ' known p. . Cheney for tbe last of civilized mankind Mt. VernOD Ky. 15 years, and believe him perfectly man in accumulating fortunes so I hn audi the dispatcher's office Ky. honotahle in all business' transac- rapidly as the oil and gas interest. Tom?), Donelly down tions and financially able tocarr of thegteat fctajfis, field t Thru this pronunciamtnio out any obligations made by his Kv In the Stateof Oklahoma. laatirecent issue ot the Sigual he firm. 'My Phone No. is (39) thirty-nin- e Here even childien of the white NATIONAL BANK OF COMsackt and pillaged overhauled, MERCE, Indian and .negro races who have apgn'opriated and made u e of open shop at 7 of clock and Toledo,-COMPLETE LINE had a small piece of land left t vVebstersjoblnson's, the new cen Hall's Catarrh Cuie- is taken in- chem thru the inheritance havt run open shop till 9 orclock p. m Coffins, Caskets and Robe-tury aridother d'etionaries. Encv- - ternally, acting directly upon the frequently an income of $100 0i clopeiffritarjica, and most of blood and moeottS; surfaces ot the rail. Telegraph or Telesystem r Testimonials sent free to 300.00 per day from roaltie.-whilYou are cordially welcome in our oooks to be found in phone orders Promptly Price oid the Oil Company that is de 'vagjwroraries, io bring out an byall 75 cents per bottle, place at any time during our shop Filled Drnggssts. velcping their land is frequantl.v ng' eavy manitesto Take Halls Family . Pills for making iOO per cent a month hours. donft want to sell you tellinghat he would do for us (M. constipation. Language fails to express the real TV &F.) if there was not a lei up on anything yon don't want, ity and tven eye witnesses c.u i hese write-ups about him and Big how we do like to sell you wiiat you Ben. Atlas would be staggared Got jfaay hardly believe the marvelous fact4 production ifhe should attempt to get under DEFECTS? of A number ofof oil. do want. Let us sjh&w you. strong Complies uch a load. Old At. was a hoss have been organized and ara opet in the hftin' lh.e, having on numSORES. BURNS. SCALDS. BRUISES. ating. Among these ii the: Great erous occasions been accused with CHAPPEL. HANDS CHAS. AND UPS. TETTER, Western Petroleum Company ol "I want to iell you what wonderful benefit I have, reECZEMA? totin'the "earth around on his 'Do you realljrwut io hail It? Bad mouth to Tulsa, Oklahoma, writes irccrporated ceived from the use of Thedford's shoulders. Now, you may susM't. Vernon box of DR BKMSS Ky. under the laws of Oklahoma for .Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, picion the reason why nothing is 1.000,000 with a strong director"It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, going to be. given away in future ate of bnsinessmen, three of whom Ky. U It d ti mow vhlta ind nnr liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Jaboi t the actions ot this friend locsn't do th work. gt your moniy back. are experienced and practical oil U4 MTU Tk saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, Owens and Bfg 3en, by M. or F , men, which is now offering they went in on her. but one good dose of Thedford's ;o long as the tiig threat " hangs shares of the r stock at the ht made them break out, and she has had no par value of i 00, stock to be sold over their head's. They know in blocks of five shares and upmore trouble, I shall never be without when they are. well off and don't ward. FQR FLETCHER'S want to be skinned alive and have Those who desire to know some I salt rubbed on the raw places. thing more pf'the gee t oil Brer rabbitt (F ) he' lay lo.w, ajdl ests are invited to addres B J. CAN'T EAT Waugh, the Stock S lies Managei ay nothin' (for awhije.) Ri,er, INDIGESTION? of the Great Western Petroleu . .,NO APPETlfE? , Pox (M ) he huntin place ti crawl, A treatment of 'Etectrfii, Sitters Company, Tulsa, Oklahoma, an I 3r out at an say, "jee, wait" till de make inquiries or get the pit in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizziclouds roll by and you'll see the increases jyonr oppettte; stops in- lisbed li erature o: this Company digestion; yon can eat ever tiling. ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar sunshine agin' Aureal spring tonic lor liver, kid- giving its holdings and otnri f tcls has proved itself a safe, and figures as to the re.tl con.ailments, Thedford's Louisville. Ky. Dizziness, vertigo, (blind staer- - ney and sto'macfi troubles. Clean-t- s dition of the oil interests in the your whole system and vou jeliable, gentle and valuable remedy. ger) sallow complexion, flatulence State of Oklah una. feU fine. Electric Bittc-rare symptoms ot a torpid, liver. did ht If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Has this to say to every one th.it wllJ! wnly read it. No one can feel well wbjle the more for Mr. T. D. Peehle's CHILD CROSS? FEVERISH: It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e Thatprocrastination is the thief tiroe and would than any medicine hG liver is inactive.' HERBIISE is a SICK.' powerful liver stimulant. Adose evjertrud. Get a bottle years of splendid success proves its value. Good for 'like to cause you to halt from the- hustle of business or to will cause,-alA cross, peevish, listless child, bilious symp- - 5oafnd 1.00 at your Druggist 25 cents. Bu'cTcfen's Arnica Salve for With coated tongue, pale. doseD.t- jr. young and old. For sale everywhere. Price oms to disappear. Try it. Price for only thirty minutes and think soberly and seriously j ,oc. Sold hy'john Robins, Brod-nea- Eczema;-.sleep; eats sometimes vht Ut.lcl and see if you are properly fixed as regards Life Ky. hen again ravenously; stomach VsZf Don't put it off until it is everlastingly sour; oreatn leciu; pains in store Insurance, acb, with diarjmea; grinds teetl. too late, but take it .now while there is yet time. Is NATURE'S while asleep, and st'.ns up wiih 530I23B terror all suggest ot Worm Xilii r Disinfectant iDon't think you are not able to take it but .think and no lfW something tbat expols vjorm . f III r Rata Slla and mt that damota-usee if your wife and family are able to do without it. and almost every child has them. al Tu" Uls ara rallavad. Kollrcoddla Kickapoo "Worm Killer is needed Laxativaa d sat- tauch th LIVER. ; Why not think as did Geo. F. Root, when he wrote: .PodephylUn (Ha.y Aapla Root) daaa. Get a box to day. Start at once Si PoDo&tx U PadaahyUla witk tk (ri You won't lme to coax, as Kicka mjMMf iMff "m Iff that world renouned invitation song? Why do you takaa rat. Thmm Try poo Worm Killer is a candy coc wait my brother? Then why not attend to this matter tection. Expels the worms, of our child's trouble. 2 at once without further delay? Call on CHAS at vour druptst. Best Money Maker in the 11 .DAVIS, our local Agent and let him show yoi. our Cram Mgansdrmk- - HOPEWELL &&&$& W "SlP " &Mmk n"W. P. ! ,- ?! rlZ3 CAST ORA m ArtI -- llti M s 'hei-grandmoth- er, " ill1 1 - Bears the tr ' vf - Mnl-lin- Mid-Contine- nt A e 4-Mi- ss I of-scho- In i.-to I 1 - w .' All Use The yours. !- a k For Over JH ii a 1 m ms Thirty Years k A W .JttlfilHI ffiSl d II A I .. U K-em- n s DRUGS I oSCccpC!( Liv-iugst- on GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Mid-Contine- nt Brodhead ; We am. O - - thFe e t We a8l? butabmy 1 -- C DAVIS I Saved GirFs Life Black-Draught," Antiseptic Salve purt-anIt-B- Black-Draug- ht y 100.-00- 0 Black-Draug- OMldrif .dry CASTO R A -- i rti Arte -- Draught Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- THEDFORD'S I - s stom-acharoubl- es - to-da- l - - d, ittttttCitttttf f ttf tff - - c. BILE - p , -- ft AtJM1 .0. th-caus- e revised insurance plan. Very trnly, ; . " '. '- ' f LIFE Trf&URANCECO - For Scratched I Tables h UlSDBrSTAKEF: itMJ All Phone iSJ P Other Furniture and Interior Woodwork I I Our line of ,Couch JjOaskfets is unexcelled . v,.Vi ;omns mrnisn tLana-maa- e Hearse senl to all parts of the County m mi LAI -- JStEE-GEB baa the only real conluoftos door" opening. Hoop made of tested steel. Hoops can be adjusted der front door frame. Doors made of California Wood EternaB-- .The 1ocuob of our factory 1. -uuua o ikuhj, ana r tory toyou. Gtu ittttr Silo and Sort ircuntw. mcayAf for cataloc and prices. wrianrui fron-itkj-. iftcJ-WOoU'T- l.... c.v. t.iuciuiu c. to-d- i . h World for Farmers. Men and Engine Owners Makes money so fast that there'll be no more idle days ftev rrtm'vn nut in this greatest little flour mill ever built. Makes high aa 50 DDls. finest flsun a rJnw. Dnvonrown milliner mill lor everybody around yoa. They all use flour. And with this wonderful little i SVrfM&l fee :il-.f- --. 1 ziut "Midget" Marvel SELF-CONTAIN- ROLLER FLOUR MILL - r 1 ! LOUlSVMiX SILO AND TANK CCD. Yoa ess aaletdr baDd np bis paying- flour trademright In your own com--- r wnnntt-- r me crowninit cucvcuicuw wi b v- Ihh Is -- . nill. gmmnwea I ......a. iL lnTentor,Tattersaii. iucchjuj.i .uiuuai iuI 4Wa zr inir basiaess. A. compieio roiier uour mui uiubo iiiniic.tB4uMfc ill a am (Incorporated) OOlJoessunBaaiiiusvuwH w ofiKSWOlHEi 3 Spring Pigs will be vigorous and healthy if yoa keeJ.:tho sowki condition' yrith 'moeh cheaper than the largest mills. Grinds rye and bock-- A Barrel ol Better Flour Cheaper" WUeawWO. Any oau canepejmiciw No Prsvisua MllUnC Experience Necesasrr Get a CW2et" on 30 days trial , wwu. ul - ' Reatorec tbe orisiaaj beauty no aMttef! how badly, icraiched or sI wooattataaad varalah comblaM Cornea in 11 Natural Wcd)eolor. 'Whxttr GUd and Silver nameC AU Siztt. " Made aftd'iHirwitMd by 3C3CbC3cgplc9feM V? ji .rr.r: .- ueu WrMZm0mZ An rfi rmfC 'fSCrSOe, tt.DO; iS tb. pail c Regtdator $3.00 AMlmal PEASL,EEG AULtiERT CO.. jHCOHORAi CD indispensable-toni- orders by Wire .Promptly Filled LouisvJIletKy v W. A. COX,l 94-- S and after farrowing."1 Increases milk, improves'digestioh and tbe general condition of the little pigs. The best disease pre- before r,ri uentist . MT. VEKNON, UDnover 4.J KY, fx-- 1 m . money DacK ruaraniee. you va noinsr to nax-Lutmuch to gain. - ProntRooms over Baker's S Store; Phone 49-- 4 j SeadlKTaaFreelHk fnl Floor ANGLO-AMERICA- The story of a Wonder- MiU" teHteff vhat atkera are detesr witk MT. VERNON, KY K r y XQHN ROBINS Brodhead, Ky. J I ventive. Refuse substitutes; insist on Pratts. Ss&ftctka GaanBtMj mr Kawr ftuk Get Pratts Stock Bool U 'c - 01iil4-reFOR n CASTOJSIA 2& t. -- FLTCHE:R?S Ory it and what can da. N you. yourself. -- - CO.. 517bwtaU. lac KOI. 0WWSSW.KT. 1m '.