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Mount Vernon signal: June 5, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914060501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: June 5, 1914 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - w- - - , t; 'BnaEaK"-.. ; : ' ! I x . B& l v .a " bri 'Vr-rv- jj . - r "Published Every Established Fridv VOLUME XXVII. PWiMwlllf y 1887 COUNT KY., FRIDAY JUNE 5, 1914 MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE MMm NUMBER 33 V A - ; , A1..VWA Us? DECORKTIGN 1 914 D&hf - has a position in Louisville is visiting bis mother, Mrs, Orndoff and his sister, Mrs, Mary Etagau ot this place- .- "Sheriff Cam Muljl hns of Mt. Vernon was here be1 tween trains Monday. John Se? burn sold his property near tow to Frank Maxey for fgoGvoo. Maxey is from Covington. ALvia jArgenbrightis visiting relatives in G. Knoxville, Tenn this week.-r-- S.. jFrariklin ihe watck'maa wasj.hgi Tuesday. C. A. Ulanlord after lew days visit with his brother TT. T. Blantord in Louisville fias returned borne. Wm. Brumrastt of the Gauley section is at BeTea for a few days. Atty. J. W. Brown of Mt. Vernon was in our . m ... Am ML. .. Mil ML ML BMr -- o That old .suit will never do Perhaps you're going somewhere on Decoration Day. You need a new suit for summer anyhow. If you get it now you'll have it for the holi M$mffl& .; day. suit you want. Whether it's blue, brown, gray oi a mix ture, it s here, We've got the very " if v Clothcraft label in a suit is a guarantee of all wool material, excellent fit, modern style and lon wear. And the fact that it is Clothcraft makes it all. the better The Clothcraft Clothes are made scientifically, after 68 years of experience. This is why we guarantee satisfaction'to the wearer. a H f n 5R9ft r With ill tliAQA nrl viintnop.Qt'tliP nnVp is ricrlit shlf It you want an exceptional value ask to see number 5130, a Blue Serge Clothcraft Special at $15. Made in varous styles, every one snappy. While you're looking at suits remember we have a complete line of high grade hats, shirts, collars, neckwear, etc., etc. If you care about your dress we can help you look well. town Tuesday. G. W. Mrtn who has a position as brakeman on the assistant local will move. His famdy to; Rowland. T. J.; Pennington has the contract of build Ling a' 40x60 feet brick store, toom forL- H.Davis and he began work today s I (Tuesday).-- ') v "H . Walton who lias been on the sick imlist for some time is proving. Mrs. Ellen Dihon. of Stanford, after a few days-visi- t witbher mother, Mrs. Etna Jones lias- - returned home. Henrv Ma- haffey has ild his property in the bouth end of town to" John Jaeburn, price paid 45o.ob. 5.Mr. Mahaffey will move up in town. Wni. Preston is in Louisville for M r. Ed we a few days.--Nothought that our trouble with Mr. fcj. (J. Franklin and Mr. Maret was over but in looking over last weeks issue of the Signal we find where they have sailed forth again. Now we very much dislike to jump ona 'defenseless man ora cripple, but we believe the trouble'with them now is that they are both suffering from the following diseases: Is a Humous Luenbriensis. malady which is common at this The symptoms are season. depression, an erbuchmess. general conglomeration . of the coperzootic. The causes are too much of a muchness, a too intense seeking afier the whynesS of the wherefore and the thusness of - I BAKER I I Stores I in - slpy "I 1 ' Mt.Vernon Livingston IP -- w i Mr. The Stores that do the Business I A U .r 'H BVH 'iB- BH HANDLERS Retai Dealers with Wholesale Prices SUTTON lUJODllKAl). 1 &, MCBEE I the this. . They made the trip in their new pertaining to the gro.unds. The LI VINO'KTON. automobile. Mrs. Hiram Roberts, buildings will be begun in a few ordered, bowels loose andtde body was up from June- - aud daughter, Mrs. Spoonamore, days and everything completed as Frank'Ward unconfortable. The besj help speedily as possible. A very en By failing to get in a letter last ou can give the Iff tie ' sufferer is of Junction City, were here last tion Gity during the wek. It Thos. Cherry and R. L. Collier; week with relatives. Bionston thusiastic stockholders' meeting TOPPi, WA foiipfi tn riWt t.hHparVi McOEE'S BABY corrects sour stomach, cools and were in town Thursday of last j and Leslie Elder were visiting was held at the Citizens Bank 0fL M Oliver who 'died Friday quiets the bowels and helps diges week. Miss Oma Brown spent relatives in the Quail section a building last Tuetday night, and May 22nd. Born in North Caro-i- t tion. jrice 25c aud 50c .'per botwas decided to rush the work una April served 4 tle. Sold by John Robins, Brod-heaseveral days with Mr. and Mrs. few days since. Dr. W. F. Car14th 1839. Ky. A. M. Hiatt last week. J. W. ter sent two mares to Shelby thru in order for the fellow who years in the Rebel army. Mart. is continually saying that we wont ried Dorcas Allen and to that mail clerk with county last week by B. R. Kincer, railway J' LETEL UKEEN. Mrs. Jacob Elder returned be sble fe hold a fair this year to union Was born 8 children viz: headquarters at Cincinnati, Ohio, was at home the first of the week afevvdas ago from visit to her see, not only that we will bavea Mrs. A H. Hamliu of Mt Vernon The singing at Friendship last fair, but to convince him beyond Mrs. C. C. Ray of Hazel Patch, Sunday was largely attended Mrs Wm. Francisco and child- som, Walter Elder, at Eubanks. ren are visiting Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. A Tyree. were an queMiou mat we win nave tne- j. a. Oliver of Livingston, E. C. Mf'. and Mrs. J. B; George of Steve Adams in Berea this week, here ihe first of the week. Mr. best arranged grounds and build Oliver of Hazel Patch. R. W , N. Etua, spent Saturday night and and attending the Berea Com-- j Tyree is working for the L. & tf. ings, and the best half mile track H. and L. M. Oliver df Livingston Sunday with Mrs. M.. E.Price. mencement. Mr. and Mrs. Allen atElkatawaKy., now, and is said in this community, and we invite and Mrs. Willis Bustle of. Hazel The farmers are rejoicing over a Hiatt. of Quail, were in town shop-- , to be at the head of list of Con any one who donbls us lnving a Patch Mrs. Oliver died Nov. nice rain here on last Monday, the. Mrs. J. W, crete foremen. Mrs. Tyree will fair to inspect our premises and 2? i891 and later he was married first we had had for three weeks ping Wednesday Moore attended the Berea Com- remain here several weeks. Dr. be convinced. Dates are Aug. 12, to Miss Ruth Tilson and to that and it was badly needed. Mes-damMiss W. E. Gravely and Jacob JElder 13 and 14. Mr. and Mrs. John union was bom 2 children, John thts week. mencement Ti J. Niceley, G. M. BalSproule is visiting relatives in attended church at Providen e Kiddle, 01 walnut LJrove, were and James Hef had been a mem- lard and James Anderson of Mt. Bill last Sunday week. Bronston here during the week the guests of ber of the- Baptist church foi years Vernon were among those who at- ; Williamsburg this week. Newcotnb, who was recently re- Elder is AssistantAgent to J. R. his sister, Mrs. J.M:Owens. Mr. His remains were laid to res.t in tended the Decoration at Mt. leased Irom the State Penitentiary Cass now. Given Carson resigned Riddle has decided to move his ,the Ward bntryingi - gound to Pleasant-- last Saturday. Mrs. J.. is with his sister, Mrs. John on account .ofvhis eyes.- Mr. and roller mill from the present, loca- - "awaitthe summons, of? his master. J. Brown-span- t Sunday with Mrs. Prof, and Mrs. E. B Nash, of Plpasurevihe, tion, and the businessmen here Adams, this week. The largest engine' that ever Wm.. H. Browu Mrs. J. T. Mrs. T H, Likins left Thursday are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. are offering hjm some, induce- - 'passedover the Lebanon branch .at Vanhook and children have refor Caneyville, whexe they will Barnett near here this .week ments to locate with us. It he the L. &N. R. Ri , passed thru turned from a months stay with visit relatives for several weeks. Mr. Barnett is a nephew of Mr. decides to move to this point he here 'Tuesday, it ' NO 2400 her husband at St. Helens. Mr. We understand that Mr. Likins and Mrs J. H. Nash. John Pike will likely buy the Anderson prop- - There-- were several 'photographs Vauhoofc accompanied them back. ertyand it is a very desirable lo- - taken of this engine here. Scotty ftud wilLprobably stay. Mr. F has the Prmcipalship of the was at home during the week. Uncle John Sigman is able to cation. We hope that Mr. Riddle Fallas "was handling the throfje Graded School at Bethlehem, Ky. R. Mullins of , Withers, was a "We are very sorry to lose Mr walk to towrr now. Mrs. J. H. win sec uio way uear o locate ana uee Jiryant was thereon-- - pleasant- guest here from Saturday and Mrs. Likins. A litte girl of Thomas, of Caroleen, N. C, was here, ana we feel that he will ductor. Floyd Brvant ofLeban.- - until iMonday.-Mis- s Hallie Sow-de- r Mr. and Mrs Ed Cox have been visiting her brother Dr W. F. maKe no mistake by doing so. on Jet is with relatives and friends spent Saturday and Sunday Mr. Teed Pavne, who moved his here this week. John Cockerell very low with pneumonia for the Cartsr, the first of the week. with her cousin. Miss. Julia Mc- past few da s Dr.W. F Carter, I Mr. and Mrs. H E. Christie's lit iatrily here for the purpose of of Paris. Ky. is visiting relatives. Alisfer near Flat Lick. Mr. W. L. & N. surgeon, made quite a rec tin girl has been quite sick this taking charge of the Telephone here. Johnie Bullock has return- suffered the loss of a - ordthepast few days On Thurs-- " week. Prof. Likins sold his Exchange, returned to the place ed from a visit to relatives at Irv- E. Thomas good cow last week. Mr. G. W. day of Jast week he performed household and kitchen furniture from whence he came, Wednes- ine;-. J. B. Donally is . visiting Shells has been - sick for several an operation on Mrs John Hunt, to a young man of this place. day morning, and Mr. and Mrs. refutes in Lexington this week days Mrs. B. T. Vanhook of -at Maretburg. Dr E. J.Brown.of NowJ this looks a little suspicious, John Harp moved tci the property J. B. Hays is suffering from a Ocala,- - spent last Thursday with ' Stanforjd,administered the anaes don't it? The people here are all vacated by Mr. Payne, and will bruised leg caused by ties, falling. daughter, Mis. O. ,J. Mullins thetic for him. On the following guessing who' this young mau.is. have charge of the exchange. W. on him. off a stack while he was Mr! andMrs. A. C.-- H'errln and Saturday he performed a sligtr If we knew we wouldn't dare tel, H. Graves is making some-needejidhildren.of shopvilVe attended the measuring them.-- Vr. improvements iu the telephone operation upon Mrs. Jiollie Dur-- . and have no idea that it isa.schopl ondSunday. Mr, and Decoration at Mt. Pleasant the 30. ousiness nere, and we are lookinY 'was ham at Sparkn Quarry, Dr. B. R t jacher or assistant postmaster; forward to the tlrae'when we will Mrs; LT.O' Mary and children Hksty one of our proWilmott assisting, and Tuesday We understand that this young get service worth while, Mrs Miave:returnedffroin JeTlico, where gressive iarmers .took a'load of few weeks, '? ('operated upon Mrs.James Hender man has also rented the property W. P, Rigsby, of the Preachers i have K heattd Crab Orcbard 'roller "mdf Miss ville section, was visiting here and vacated by Mr Likins, son, with Dr. W. E. Gravely and Mrs, S. E.;Jarter after.71381 we"ek. Mrs. R. H'. Brown 1 ing. A11 the patients are doing Maggie Owens is visiiing her at Mt. Vernon during the week, a 5 weeks visit. with irelattyesat' t most of the ,week with htf Brack Durham was down from Boston, Kyliave 'retggnedbome. mVber, Mrsr i nicely, Mr. and Mrs. John Cress uncle and aunt, Mr. vaHci Mrs. Xucinda Proctor and childreji, of Preachersville, Tohn Riddle, at' WalnufcG rove this oparKs i,uarrv,weane5aav even MI'-wJiari rtice who is a na ho Vvery slqfc Work was begun on the ing. W H. Anderson "was visit -- hgeatrCincinnati If were? the guests of Cashier and wee'e. till UU1UC j. lirs.'A-M- Hiatt, Saturday and track" at the new fairgrounds the mg his parents, ;Mr. and Mrs B folks, Mr and Mrg,rWr-.Terry- were also visitiB&lrst of thweek, and no time will .C.t Anderson, in Garrard County are Visiting relatj Louisville FU FLETCHERS mm ia the Hiatt tectioa. be lost to complete everytking tne nrst;of the week. week, Frank BOHj' this ffltties -d, Wil-motes -- Teething babies always have a hard time of it when this; process occurs in hot weather. Tiiey not onlv have to contend with paiu-lu- l gums but the stomach dis- t t 'f :::::::: bt-hi- - DRY GOODS FURNITURE CARPETS NOTIONS SHOES FURNISHINGS & SHOES & SHOES CLOTHING HARDWARE HATS & CAPS American FENCE GROCERIES BARBWIRE PROVISIONS SALT TOBACCOS FERTILIZER WINDOW GLASS STONE WARE PAINTS fe OILS Doors"and Windows MACHINE OILS SCREEN DOORS QUEENSWARE SCREENjWIRE WAGONS ENAMEL WARE CULTIVATORS TINWARE PLOWS STOVES AND FARMING TOOLS RANGESHARNESS and BUILDING PAPER SADDLES ROOFING - FLOUR & FEED U d T-Ell- iot :?-- - G. I GEO. S. Manager LIVINGSTON . been-for-the-pa- st .Mr; . Baker Griffin Manager . mm W Vfy It .tn.. ia MTVERNON U x rV ), 1 -- s. ?- .- "r-r-- - ' - , . "V -- ..-V-- :tfe-;,''r..:y-v.J-;-- ; :.- - ...; " . - r ." . - - ii; - fC 4" -- o - jrcr, Mf VERNON SIGNAL Friday, June 5. 1914 Published ivery Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1.00 A. -- Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION - This Company Received Applications For Insurance Last Month Amounting To More Than '. . ;t '.v 1j Two and a Half Million Dollars Rockcastle county took its name from the many rock "castles" found along the iiver by that name, boih of which is said to a brother of Lave been nameA-bCol. Richard Henderson noted as the originator of the Transylvania colony proji ct. y I ! .J- -. Billy Sunday, greatest Evangelist eight weeks series of meetings in Louisville sometime this summer. The citizens of he city will erect a large tabernacle especially for these services. Boone Way lost one of its best friends and workers when Senator William O'Connell Bradley passed away. America's will hold an Central Life Insur ance Co., W, H. GREGORY, President LEXINGTON, ICY., I 1 SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION Federal Plan For Highways Betterment WILL DEAL WITH STATE AS SMALLEST UNIT In Federal roads legislation, it is a practical certainty that the National Goveintmm will recog with property that comes from all doeth all things well EVENING UP SCORES. By men who knew him in pub that Federnize the State as the smallest unit of the States To with which it will deal. When al inspection of woric for which lie life, he was called one of the the Senate Postoffices and Post the Federal Government pays a best men that ever lived in Roek-castl- e county and all who knew reports the portion of the cost is either tin Roads Committe is to say him loved him. He otteu told measure which came to it from warranted or unwise, House, it is predicted that the that the Federal Government his friends that he rode bheriff the roads rental chuse will should from yar to year make lor eleven years. He had been a be missing, and that whatever appropriations for specific ptir member of the Baptist' church for money is appropriated after dtvi poses and yet tako no steps what many years, always interested in ion among the several States, will ever to accertain whether the s growth aud welfare as the JBSlSoiricr' be expended on the roads the money is applied to such pur- liberal contribution in money and Governor and the secretary of poses . personal Service testified. Agriculture may decide. Thru The contention that Federal aid During the last illness he often National Good Roads Biard. under self help, is not borne out by sang the loliowing song winch no its . VsWi? iJk T ibe American Automobile Asso- experieuces in the respective one had ever he ird him sing be'WWWAPWl i'"JNi T e ciation has greatly co cemed States where an analogous plan fore, being a memory of vf0K4, jS itself with the highways question has been in effect for some years days: The lidy I gave you a piece or approached from a national stand between States and counties. In When I hehold young converts pie last week and now you h&ro been How swift they navel on, point, and Chiirman George C. iq04 the total expenditure on pub-lisending your friends over h.e, ever Bince. thusly ou the Dieh comments roads thruout the United States How bold they speak for Jusus How dear ihey love this name. Weary Bill Naw, dem. wuz aie amounted to 80.000,000 In i9i3 present situation: When he became so weak that enemies. "The basis of apporionmeut of the totaLexpenditure aggregated his voice would rise no mo:e in and this in Federal appropriations to the re- about 206,000,000, song he would repeat the lines spective States is a matter upon spite of the fact State part'eipa feebly to himself. He had copwhich there is very little disagree tion in road work has had its spirit ied m his Bible the lines of the ment, audit is probable that popu of greatest development since song beginning: lation, area, and post road mileage i904, and that the total expendi"Come all ye weary travelers will be the factors finally adopted ture of State funds up to and inCome let us join and sing." for determining the proportion of cluding the year 19i3 amounted to Ever beeming to think of the Federal money to which each about $155,000,000." wellare of others. Oh that all State will be entitled. men would show such evidence "Finally our solous will probabDEAFNESS CANNOT BE of Christ's love in their hearts and ly bfgin the program of Federal CURED l.nd a helping hand to the weary . alS with a modest appropriation, by local applications, as they cantiavelers on life's pathway. probably not to exceed $5,000,000. not reach the diseased portion of Harris H. Baker of Rock.astle This sum. together with an equal the eai. There is only one way county and Maranda McQueary amount to be provided by the to cure deafness, and that is by of Pulaska county were married reinedios. States, will involve an expend- constitutional an inflamed Deafness ou is caused by the 3rd day of May 185i by condition during the of the mucous lining of the iture of $10,000,000 &LOSEDSvrTC:H VI f Eus Elder Richard (Jollier.' Nine first year's operation To start lactfian Tube. When this tube is children blessed this union 01 with a modest appropriation and inflamed you have a rumbling hearts, three of whom Mrs. Lydia increase it as conditions warrant sound or imperfect hearing, and White, Mrs. Matilda Adams and aside "would be to insure the success of when it is entirely closed, Deafeffl is the result, and useless the Mrs. Sallie McKenzie preceeded ness policy from the outset. the inflamation can, be taken out ana him to the great beyond where heavy sticky urgfe- r- . "The question which has threat- this tube restored to its normal his beloved wife awaited him. ened to become the rock upon condition, hearidgwillbe destroy wear and cm The children who survive him which the Federal aid good road ed forever; nine cases out of ten are Mis Jop Thompson of Lancoolest), forces would split is that of Fed are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condiiion caster, iv.y., Mr. William Baker of eral inspection There are legis- of the mucous surfaces. comfojotjafile: Annabel, Niutouri, Mrs. Jonasi lators who stand aghast at the We will'giye One Huudred Djol- -; McKeuzie aud Mrs. John McKen- and convenient possibility of another great Feder- lars fnr anv Piisn nf Dpafncc fcatic Vernon, Ky., Mrl Mt catarrh) that cannot be a ti-pro- ed by . . al bureau growing to such underwear you can BaKer, Fulaski county, portions as to cast its shadow up- cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Andrew Send for circulars, free. Ky., and Mrs. J. y. Purcell. Plato, on local anatomy. They profess . J. UHUlNiii & LO . loiedo Ky. The grand children bom, 62 to see the crumbling of ''States nSn-dDruSJsV5C' - in number, and the great-gran- &,. &, rons rights" stiffing of local initiative Take children 3b. His grand son, little and endeavor, and the growth of a stiDation ' IsHsHsHHIBsHi HIsHsflisHsMiBsisMH George McKeuzie who so often' political machine. It Federal IN MEMORY OF H. H. BAKER drove with him in his buggy when involved these conse BBBaammBa aBSMBBHBaBHasaaj ' As the bright and joyous month heaIth was failng, feels his lo3s quenees, it would be a dangerous No fullness or bagging im heealy. aad his sad face ex' and highly undesirable policy. of May was ushered in, the spirit .,most the crotch. Crotch is: tns sentiment. We miss As a matter of fact, Federal in- of H H. Baker, one of the oldest closed with opening dowm cneery voice adown tue ball spection, under reasonable legisla- and most prominent citi2ens of nis We miss his smiling face before one leg. tive restriction, involves no men- Rockcastle, took its flight. the fue. We miss his morning His death followed an' illness of ace whatever to local liberties. talks the most of all. The loved "The weight of precedent, and several months caused by a com- one who has left and gone up the common sense of Congress plication of diseases. For sever higher. Jo-dand if- - not satisfas sufficiently powerful to make al years he bad made hisiipme are will refund year MRS. R. S. BEAZLEY.. certain the inclusion in any with Mr. and Mrs. Jonas McKen, j. money. bill that may be pass- zie where every care that loving Federal-aibestowed "We Stand By What You Buy" ed of an adequate amount of nands could give-w- as upon him. Mrs. McKenziehad Government supervision. " Forlnf&nts and Childrta, "Federal revenues come from given her father the most faithY Have Always all of the States, and the light of ful attention and her grief over Tlii a state to do as it pleases with its his death is only lightened by her Bears the own property doas not carry with implicit faith in Jesus' love and Signature of The Home of Good Clothes it the right to do what it pleases the blessed assur atce that 'Gcd so-calle- 1 CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JUNE 7th d BbKSI on $.50 Trip Round 1 .50 X 1 Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN by-goa- mm? Hotel Henry Waiterson LOUISVILLE, KY. The South'a most popular priced, roodeta hotel. Abiolutely lituated In ihe very hrart of the retail ahopping diatrtctand near all the theatrea. Finest Cafe in LouUtUU, with moderate fire-proo- f; I Leaves JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. b pri.es. 1 KEEP KOOL Club Breakfast from 25c up; noon day Lunch 50c; table de hote Dinn-- r. 6 to 8 p. m $ .00. Also elaborate a la carte service in Restaurant. Rathskeller ope- - from 4 p.m. to I a. m. Orchestral and vocal music. i$ $ PEOPLES $ BANK ! $ $ A Straw will Show the Way $ ROOM PRICES the Wind Blows With running water and private toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 per day Large sample rsotni with prhate bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. You are cordially invited ,to make this hotel your headquarters while in Louisville, even if only for a day. Have your mail and pac' tpes addressed here. You will always be a welcome suest. RODERT B. JONES. Manager. Have yotf Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the PEOPLES J$ SAFE AND SOLID BANK $ there's a reason. -- Lay that GOOD FOR THE i.ir1fr EYES-A- Eyery Banking Facility $ AMPLE RESOURCES $ For the Convenience of the People $ OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY EYE SirUYL ND EYES ONLY -- lightest, most most put the KTES are llrtnff lenses. If weak, dim. strained or consented, tliey can be crently yet surely cleared, brightened, corrected and re Invigorated by tne cleansing, healing:, strenirtnenlnisr properties of eaoLe EYE OBO 25c tube X'KOVES hXl., TOTTR Use Us $ it. rd "What yon $ $ PEOPLES BANK $ $ k i buy " has enough bedy:tOsStay spread. y d They Fit want ita poYnt is one that flows freely from the brush, tbvt spreads evenly, but n i Like Trousers Pres You cam shut 'your eyes and tell from th feel of the brusa, us you: paint, that Hannahs iGireeii Seal Paint (smooth, elastic and tenacious. You can feel .it cling to tke wood, and in after years you can see it .feEng. is full-bodie- d, TRY A SUIT ay try d CASTOR m There is boO secret about making ood, durable pahtt (The fotrmulla is xon every can of the Gtmn Sfeal Paint--i FORSAJLEBT " && Bit KSuSf L L B. NOE fc ?" . "8J ' J , sa JL' 1 if . . a. . CraL: was here yestetday Continued from last page Baptist Summer Assembly making preparations for begin- She told me that the operators Georgetown, K.7. July 6 10, i914 ning the construciidu of side walks frequently suffered nervous break The Bap'ist Summer Assembly Mt. Vernon, Ky June 5. 1914 along his property on West Main. down. Their work is confining will be hfid at Georgetown, Ky. jOe Nue moved into his new and it requires constant applica- from July 6th to July 10th inclu-- y tip "No. 79" wneo V CT ?tore Mondaj, which is a fiist-cla- tion. A girl often answers a sive. Mr. Geor-gW4ii toComraunJ- M. Newel, onte wlih 9IONAL up to date structure. Mr. call every few seconds. She is Local Chairman, Georgetown, Ky Noe and family lue in the second always under the eye of the su- assures us that ample accommopervisor. Furthermore, the abuse dations will be "provided for all story. (Q) TST. she must stand for is trying to the who wish to atteud. He desiras The assessed valuation of tax tv I sv anle property in Rockcastle couut nerves. This girl told me she was all those who are going to the '1 called chump, bone- - sembly to write at once to him lor was allowed by btate Board of Loo is vi llc & Nashville R R. Co. head and idiot, and they were no; reservation. First come, fiist Equalization to remain as return served Please do not delay writed by the assessor, at 1,732,606, allowed to answer back. TIME TABLE. On the whole, doesn't it seem to ing him. 4.59 P m amouut of state tax 8,(563. 22 ucrtn you that the telephone operator is We have arranged an excellent 24 north may not look 353 a m Lost: Between Louis Cooper's the last person with whom you program. The speakers are ":43 a vo home, Asber addition and Ed should be impaient, 3 south rather than among the bet we I.ave in the this fellow does in this 12:19 am Fletcher's home, a plate of lower 21 South the first. Ruth Cameron. Sou inland. They are Field Secreyou would Finder please deliver to Ias. Landrdm, Agent. tary Arthur Flake of the B. Y. P. a woFder. S. C. Franklin's shop. Phone No. 8. U. work, east of the Mississippi. probably look better! The Texas Wonder cures kidney Field Secretary L. P. Leavell Mrs JaneTeague. of Ky. Postoffice Entered at the Mt Vernon, T any rate it's a darned Logau Harper was tried here and bladc'er troubles, removing he Baptist Sunday School Board. mail matter. n& ptcouil-rias- a grauel, cures ciaDets, weak and Dr. C. B. Williams good shape and becomes yesterday and held oyer under a of the South-wes.er- n all irregularities of the kidneys Baptist Theological Semimost men young men . 300 bond charged with roctjng PERSONAL shooting into John Suutts ana in ooty men ana women. nary, Fort Worth, Texas. Dr. and WE LEAD IN STYLE Regulates bladder troubles in Lincoln Hulley, house. A serious personal differpresident Stetson Brod-hea- d W. J. Owens was up from and wlien it comes to qual-it- y ence exists between Shuits and children. If not sold by your Unive-sity- , DeLand, Fla. Dr. D, druggist, will be sent by mail on B. Gray, Sunday. we leave it to the men Harper. Cor. Secy., Baptist gome receipt of ipf.qo. One small bottle Mission Board, was in from Line Louis Cooper of this coqnty, young and Atlanta, Ga. Dr Charley Lear, sou 01 j. M. Laar in two months treatment, nd selCreek Wednesday. F. D. Perkins, Cor. Secy., Ken old, who wear our Hats. was arresteJ at Stanford Tues dom tails to perfect a cure. Snd tuckv Baptist Educational Society Mrs. Maggie Nells of Casey day and brougnt here and lodged We have a style- - for you in county visited" her niece, Mrs. Sam in jail charged witb rape ot MiS. for testimonials from his and other Louisville, .Ky. Dr. T. M. Hawes states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 3926 Straw and Panama toov Cox last week. Smothers, who lives a short dis- Olive street, St Loujs, Mo. Sold of the Southern Baptist Tneologi pal Seminary, Louisville, Ky. D. John Kobins was here Wednes- tance from Leurs home. Lear by Drugl.Ht. "Wo Stand y What You Buy" C, M,Tboinpjn, pastor First day to attend burial ot baby of denies the charge ot rape NO IcE Bapiist Church. Hopklnsville, Ky. his brother, Walter. Mrs. J, C, Moore returned last The County Board of Education Among othgrs on the progrom are Mrs. A. B. Furnish "nd son, week from Chicago where she was Ben Wanzer, will artive ia Mt, taken several months ago a very will on Mouday June I5 1914 re Miss Margaret A. Frost, Elemencaive bjds for the building of tary Specialist, Nashville, Tenn . Vernon Sunday week. sick woman. It gives us mucu school houses n Sjub, The Home of Qgod Qlathea District 6 vliss Kathleen Mallory, Cor, VV. T, Taylor, one of the gocd pleasure to say that Mrs. Moore is "7 and Houses mu4 be com- oecy., W. M. U. auxiliary to the 30. citizens ot the Quail section, was in better health and looks better pleted by September r, i9i4. All Southern Baptist Convention. here yesterday on business. than she has been for several ye rs bids mut jp prgpprly sealed and We are putting special stress Judge G. M. Ballard and severBoy Scouts Mt. Vtrnou addressed only to Te County on the njus,ic this year. Mr, and The al others from this county attendTroop No. 1. took a "hike" to the Board of Education, and roust be vlrs. f. Fred Seholfield will have ed Berea Commencement Wednes charge of sime. Mr. Scholn'eld wUds ot Round Stone Thuttduy filed in the office of the dav. npder :ommand of Scout Master, by 1 o'clock on will use "Immanuel's Praise" and Miss Ruth Mullins and her Bowman to reconnoitej? among June 15. The contractor will br desires that we have a large chobrother. Everette spent a portion the cliffs and valleys of that tur- required to give a Legal Bond and rus choir to assist hi in. There are of the week with relatives at bulent stream and scoufing about upon completion, qf tjbe house ac several other interesting features Withers. for adventures until Saturday cording to contract rwill be given namejy "Tile Sun.5t 8tW" PasDr. A. G. Lovell has moved his afternoon. a Musical a note on- - The Coqnty Board for tors' Conference and office to the two front rooms of am., called for in contract, Due Entertainment. B, Y. P, U. Con; The rain today will bo of InestiMiss Kate Moore's iesidence on 011 Jau, 1 lfjio and bearing 6 per vention onThursday, July fith. mable benefit to the truck and Main Street. cent Interest from date until paid, For any further information in Mowers crops, and the people are ap, Capt. W. rt. Di'lon was here farm Plans and specifications of bouses his regard write to J.J, Gen There is nothing about the Saturday in the interest of Sena preciative of such a gift horn can be een in the office of the Co try, 205 E Chestnut, Louisville, yea. b' Scasuu was an nature. Last home more beautiful than a weli Supt. The Board reserves the Ky. tor JoeF. "Boswcnb. who is a canexceedingly dry one, but haidiy, kept lawn. A lawn cannot be . didate for Conferees from this right to reject any and all Lids. well kept unless you possess one na ural order of things in the W. A B. Davis, Chairman. A bilious, half sick feeling, loss of our Would there be two successive June J. M. Craig, Sec. )f energy, and constipated bowels Rev. D. Edar Allen is expect- - years ot extreme or seasgns. sian be relieved with surprising Easy irom Camden A heayy crop is expected.. wt d to teturn Las.t Friday evening marke d thev .promptness by usjijg HE.RBINE. and'oiher points in Tennessee Q'Qse Qf 3. mos,t successful year of l?he 'first doe brings improvement Lawn Mowers, There are reas NOTICE;--Al- l v here he has been persons holding for the past t)e Graded School. The High t few dses puts the system in fine ons; ist, Our lawn mowers run so claims against the state ot W. L week. School graduates were Robert Vic vigorous condition. Price 50c. easily that is U a pleasure, rather Sold by John Robins, Brodhead than an irksome task. 2nd. The aoivder, are heiOby notified to Kenssie, Jamje Thopipson Postmaster, Fied Mullins. and John produce same to me properly Lijr, lawn is left smooth and even in'Major' oi Withers, wfto acquitted themselves Monday on way uroven on or before June, 22, with honor and with, credjt to the stead of rough and with ridges. pabstd thru here 19I4. 1 will near proof of claims These momers are Aell made. home from Level Green where he institution. Prof. J. S. Irvire decedent on the abov looking after some busi gainst The blades in the revolving cylhad bten and his able assistants have dot e date and continue the head ig One BDDlicatlon soothes and heals a roueh inder and the bottom knife are ness matters. a splendid year's work as was evi pimplyskin.and.whenrepeated.quicklyefrects 1 cure. Eczema. Erysipelas. Tetter. Ulcers and irom day today until tllrougli. made of the highest grade steel, denced by the exhibit of- work all skin diseases yield to its curative properties. G S, GkjfFJN, Conimisslgqer. dqne. puc a oax, At oU urugpsfs, carefu'ly tempered. Let us quote The fapulty for next year Sf n$ (of freaiimplo q$l book. ''Health v& pnatXi" LOCAL jQHM4TOrJ.Hgu.QVTAYJ99.. yeu price; teey are low. The County of Rockcasfle will will be composed of Prof. Irvine, J739 pingfearatnain , rwwN. c. c, COX, pay $100 for the arrest and cob principal, with Mrs. Fishbick, J. Fish is building a residence victlon of the party or parties who Misa Georgia McFerron, Miss e Opposite Court House, on Lo veil's Lane for rent. killed au unknown man on top of Wat-sj- n Mt. Vernon, Ky. Landrum, Miss Clyde The Mt. Vernon Power Co s Town Hill. and Miss Bradley as erade pla-.i- t is a first class This May 22, 1914. teachers and Miss,Rowlee again at outfit. G. M. BaiLard, J.R.C.C. the head of the High School. Miss Charley Coffey of the Langford Gov. McCreary has been asked Watters, who has beeu with u. had a fine to offer a reward for an equal for three years resigned on accout Station community horse to die of colic Sut.dy. mount. of the illness of her mother, anc John D. Henderson, declined a have repairs lor McCormick We and Deering and can furnish re- TO MAMMOTH CAVE position to engage in other work The work of the Graded School pairs for any mower. J Fish & Son. Tuesday, June 23. A person- for last year was most satisfactory Mrs. W. H. Cox, who has been ally conducted two days outing. both to teachers and patrons. so. very sick for three weeks Round trip railroad fare from Mt. Mystery Unsolved. The Rooms reserved idenity i hows a slight improvement. She Vernon S4.35. of the man murdered on at Cave Hotel including board is 'wtJll very sick. East mount near this place three and trips in the Cave for $0 5o weeks since yet remains, along Don't forget the stockholders making the total cost $9.85 with the murderer, a mystery. n.ettirg at the Mt. Vernon Fair Special coach on regular -train 3J3 Indications are Ground Satuiday (tomorrow) that the dead man a. m. Write or phone L. & N. was a peddler and w ts ki led for afttrncou at 2 o'clock Agent. his goods. It appears that he Locust is the main street in was carried to the place vhere Sparks & Davis addition, It There is some misconception as starts from Quarry street, runs to which is "the" town hill. That found. Some "Sdngers" had used west and ends at Somerset read knob lying to the east of court the campfire close to where bod house and owned by Dr. A. G. vas placed but no- - suspicion is opposite Fair Ground j. cast toward them as it was some Mr. and Mrs. Walter Robins Loell is theonly genuine"blown days before the murder when the ebGaV ' have the sympathy of all in the in the battle" town hill. The fire was used. For purj ose of loss 01 their first born, a fine boy peak to the south wst of the seat possible tracing of the dead man's baby. The mother, who was Mis of justice is known "schhool identity and description is hereJennie Davis before her marrriage house hill." The crag to north by repeated: About fiva feet seven east, where the Lte murder ocurr is doing very nicely. ed, is East Mount. To the west and half inches in height, black Joe F Bosworth, can- of town close to Joplin hair and eyes, scant mustache. Senator getGap is weight i45 or 15o, dressed in blue didate for the Republican nomi- Fairmount (Fair Grounds). serge coat, yellow or Khaki or will spend nation for Congress OTi 11 rext week in R ckcastle speaking COUGHS AND COLDS WEAK yellowish trousers, elkhide laced B boots. Had but few trinkets in various points thruout the at Ml EN THE SYSTEM f7S HI I n mm pockets such as comb etc. and a county. continued Uoughs, Colds and Any one holding claims against Bronchial troubles and depressing white handkerchief with the letter Wtr"5J ill la ffiJ the estate of John Cherry will ana weaken the system. Loss of L embro.dered thereon. vi w y Bit This man or his ''double had a present same to me at once, weight and appetite generally follow. Get a 5oc. bottle of Dr. Lincoln county peddler's license .properly proven. King's New Discovery up-to-d- ate It "endorsed" by County Clerk S. J. Thos. Cheery, Executor, will stop your cough. The first F. Bowman at court bouse here a Crab Orchard, Ky. dose helps. The best medicine comMay few days before the body was CORSET tor Stubborn Coughs, Colds and fort and lasting service George .Farmer, iormerly o til Throat and Lung Style 60H k an average figure corset, Troubles. found. made of corded batiste. Finished at from a Kabo; it is made this place, was killed by falling Mr. O. H Brown, Muscatine, The officers are working on top with silk embroidery trim. Has a rubber gore in bottom of back section. in a mine at LaFollette, Ala., writes: "My wife was sick clues that may lead to conviction for you to wear. is Has very low bust and long skirt. Is very lightly boned. Has 9fmch front Tenn , last week and was buried during the hot summer months of guilty party or parties. clasp. Sack wires have ieatherbone at worth what you pay at bottom. Has three pairs of supporters. here last Saturday. He leaves a and I honestly believe Dr. King's Sfees. 20 to 32. any price. jNew Z- wife and child besides several Good uiscovery saved her life. for children. 50c. and $1 00 Price $3.00 FOR FLETCHER'S ,. .brothers and sisters. your Druggist. Mf. VERNON SIGNAL " J. M. 1 Just Krnl Between SWANNHATS youlook feel and be vrell dressed They have the style, quality, huiih and wear that atiiv. Make OET TOURS HERE 79 ss e Fellows imFr. Good 8 mi JT? Always Satisfy NwH J.FISH&SON y You B Quality IN CLOTHES IS their ability to render t.-et- texas Straw If Wisdom's yoa wisely seek. five thiap observi id. 'Wisdom .. VS ways J. lie ner-c- Z.f rnrUXAry hMIJU--Lr SERVICE poet" With apologias to the forgottth (Copyright, ISO. br W. X. U.) oovenuro. Just as your value to yourself is based on the service you can HOT WEATHER TONIC 1 County-Superintende- Are you run do.vn Nervous Ttred? Is everything ou do an Sort? You are not Uizv you are sick! Your Stomach, Liver, Kid neys, and whole sstem need a i'onrc. A Tonic and Health Build -- r to drive out the waste matter-bu- ild you up and renew yoir strength. Nothing better than Electric Bitters. Stait Mrs. James Duucac. Ha.vnesville Me., writes: "Completely cured me after several doctors gave me up." 50c and $1.00, at your Druggist. Bucklen's Arnica Salve tor Cuts. -to-day. HEALTH BUILDER AND render We want you to judge us as merchants by that standard TSis label " Got DEFECTS? SORES. BURNS. SCALDS. BRUISES. CHAPPED HANDS AND LIPS. TETTER, ECZEMA? Do you really want lo heal U? Bj1 enoutrh to spend 25c. i Then co to the stora and buy a Any on your coat guarantees all the quality and service any man requires. Come in. Our hm assort- ment includes your style and size. Lawn box Ot DR. BE1U.'S i I SPECIAL VALUES AT Antiseptic Salve It to snow white end snow pure and It It doesn't do the work, gut your money back. "Tell It By The Bell" dis-tiict- $15 V t. to-da- y Running mei-cl.atita- liUMtlglM ppffynTTBTni - Ber-nic- up-to-dat- e The Helping Hand you can most surely depend upon in time of trouble is your bank account. Better start to acquire a big one by depositing what you have in The Bank of Mt-Vernon- WHEN YOU WANT Genera! Merchandise Farm Implements 1 You'll Find the necessity of thinking hetore from frittering away will make a comfo'.table balance . " CO TO paying a great Incentive to saving. When tro able comes what you have been preventel JONAS McKENZIE THS OLD The Bank of BETHJIUVI &. LEWIS Attorneys at Law Offices in Bethurum Bldg. Will pracHce in all the Courts. IWt. Vernon C. McCLARY and EMBALMER RELIABLE J . UNDERTAKER TF you have to spend your to-da- y. EABO 22-3- t. money carefully in buying your clothes, you can least afford to economize in ting your corset. You'll find exactly what you want in a Kabo The Live Model Corset. You'll get style, fit, It Stanford. Ky. 'C. ij5y?J2u-SS- Williams, W, ATTORNFY-AT-LA- Mount Vernon Monumental KY. On 2nd. floor ot" Mt. Vernon , on Chur The Bank street. Special attention give MT. VERNON. to collections. Phone No. 80. MM ate Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. foae-llM. DEALER in Marbles and POUND! FOUND, the place to bay Spectacles and Eyeglasses for S1.50and up. Gold Silver and Aluminum Frames. largest selection in town. Eyes tested Free. Years of experience. JEWELER. AND OPTICIAN. ' COX BROS. STOKK -- - - OhildTen Cry at r V v? --, "ynfj5j , V .- -. ii&rJf CASTQRIA v. ;GEQ. OWENS PcoRivJ i Y J. C. MOORE ISOLD BY A. B. FURNISH d a. -- -- Jst3-W" -- - .9?'r?-p(f:j- '. c : .j ',Vi ;. MARHTBURG. DoVey Roberts of is vi-iti- (Bullying the ! Cincinnati, b.me foUs M ss Telephone Girl, J E. Woodall, the popular Lon don traveling salesmm for Kel log & Co., Kiclui o id, liande in the lollowing aprori tie aitic r; "I waited five minutes Lefoiv central e eu ans .vere.i me, and live minutes more betore she con descended to tell me the line was. busy." I lieard a man indignantly informing the chief operator over the telephone the other day. j. glaucea at the clock, tie had been at the telephone barely live minutes. And yet, he is a truthful man and one who means to be just and kind to those who serve him. What is'it "about the telephone which so transforms pleasant. I LIPIKOLD Oklahoma Oil Opportunity on is the greatest money maker and Okhhouia is the greatest Held in the United "States in the value of her oil productions, totaling weekl . over $1,000 000 income Pool at.d other Oklahoma Gleeu fields mode millionaires rapidl when oil va selling at thirty fhe cents per I an el. Now the price e Fortunes aie is more accumulated almost bttwten the rising aud ettingof the sun in the great Mid Continent field of Oklathan-doubl- Cleo Dixon and Master Gladden Oison of Lordon, ate visiting then cousin, .vliss Sybol LJcthur u in. Kdborts has Miss Ethel b"en quite ill for the past two Wctks Mrs Sarah Wallen and f" raily have move J her..- from Mt Vernon. Mrs S. E Carter, of Stanford, who has been visiting - ''rJjil . I CASTOEi For Infants and Children. "' Drink this and be refreshed!' VJiJJSS pd Er fltJ rr-- Chns. Bethurum returned Z. Emerick Monday home h s been work ng at Crab Oreh- md for the past week. Misses Syl.t'I Helhurum and Glto Dixon and master Gladden Dixou are visiting in Mt. Vernon. Miss Bessie tiamHn, of Mt Veinon, is visiting Miss Mattie Owens Misses Lena and Judith McCall have been visiting ar Bromo. Vlrs. The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT AcSc(arjlePreparalionfons-stmilaiing ihcFootfanURcgida- liiig Hie S lomachs aMBowels of Bears the Signature of f C TVl1 ProTno(2sDtest!onkcauI- - tS. PA -- isy i"'!1 ncssandRestCcnlaLfisnciltar Opiunt.MorpIu'se norHiasral homa vVnen S?2, "5isi WOT NARCOTIC. reasonable people? i exa-perin- H H -- gTTrjv- yfllvSV' j 1 m Sip by sip here's pure enjoyment cool com-fort a satisfied thirst a contented palate. L jL Jl M Demand the genuine by fu!l name Nicknames encourage substitution. m 5 k. V THE COCA-COL- A COMPANY 1 .TV, VJ.T.. Whenever of Coca-Co- A 1 i.fYi.X Jgy Is it because tne ITCHY ringing in one's ear when the line SKIN TROUBLES "I cjuld .scratch mys If to is busy, the wearisome" waits, the pieces" is oiteu heard from suffer- mistakes and "di appointments put Tetter!. Itch and odes's neVve ou tdge? ers of Eczema, similar Skin Eruptions. Don't 1 hat may have something to do Scratch Stop the Itching at once w,th !t. b,Ui.P.ll tell you a 6. bigger with Dr. Hobsou's Eczema Oint- ment. Its first application starts ' factor than that. It is the the Red. Rough, Scalv, sunality of the operator. Ve don't oy ine See hei. she doesn't answer back iLcning ok-iis soomeu Healing and Cooling Medicines. We scarcely think of her as a huMrs. GfHr Einfeldt, Rock. Island, 'lU.",after using DfHobson's Ec man being, and so we dare to visit zema Ointment, writes: "This is upon her deieiiseless hea'd all the :he first time in nine years I have irritation her mistases have beeiitree from the dreadful ail- caustd, and for good measure some ment.-" Guaranted. 50c , at of .the lrtitutiou of the da's disapyour Druggist. CURES STUBBORN, -' l I imper-liealin- g; n you see an la - -- Arrow think Oias.C. Davis Mt. Vernoo Ky. DRUGS Chas.C. Davis Mt. Vernon Ky. My Phone No- - is (39) thirty-nin- e. We open shop at 7 o clock am. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p m. You are cordially place at any time hours. We don't anything yon don't welcome in our during our shop want to sell you want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you Let us show you, do want CHAS. C DAVIS Mt. Vernon Ky. THE KENTUCKY BRED INSURANCE COMPANY THE COMMONWEALTH z Louisville. Ky. H Has this to say to every one that will only read it. That procrastination is the thief of time and would Hk'e to cause you to halt from the hustle of business for 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 i 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-o- t wait my brother? Then why not attend to this matter I at once without further delay? Call on CHAS . 0. t show yon our DAVIS, our local Agent and j revised insurance plan. fcfk let-him pointment. COMMISSIONER'S SALE If you went into a shop and ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT found all the clerks bus, what Wiiiild you do? You'd wait youi C. C.Sowder, Admr. of W. L. PUT. Sowder, &c, pleasantturn, of course, then VS) Commissioners Sale ly for what you wanted aud give Katie Hays &c , Dfts. the clerk a reasonable amount of By virtue of a judgment and order of time to get it. Unless she was resale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, jendored at the April Term. 1914, there- markably slow you wouldn't think of, I shall proceed to offer for sale at of complaining. And if she made the front door of the court house in Mt a mistake, you'd probably tell Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky y uSt to the highest and beat bidder, at public ucl auuuu ll how indignautyou were auction, on Monday, the 22nd day of "O "latter June, 1914, between the hours of 9 inside. o'clock, a. in. aud 4 o'clock p. m., it That's because ou are face to l.einjr regular County Courtday, on a face with her aud reahz- - tnat cre'it of six months, the following de- is. a woman aud not an automat n scribed real estate, located in RockcasTuey siy that some day we s all tle County. Ky.. on the head waters of have an instrument wheh will Brush Creek and bounded as follows: FIRST TRACT: Beginning at stone bring people lace to tai-- jus as in fTitnin TVirwnnarm'a lin" tlinnft vt'itVi hif line 49 E. 60 poles to a stone; ue telephone girl is Is. made thence N. 14 2 W. poles to a stone , W visible, she will h ,Ve a much belly, howderseorner; thence with his line j,. N. 67 W. 69 jwles to a stone: thence ter time oPlt Mian s .e now does a division Hue S. 4 2 E. 8 poles tu a people whose There are inn stone in another division line; thence' poles to the, manners to th i bus ness S. 69 E 22 with same coutaining thirty one acres dues, their friends andthose who i and thirty roads. SECOND TRACT. Beginning at a serve them ate always suave aud small chesnut in Wm.South's lot; thence agreeable, but who have tWO Out-S- . 40 W 2 poles to a stone in his yard; . temper. One IS thence S 68 W. 64 poles and 18 links to a stone, corner of Jesse Wallen; thence their familv, the other the tele- O. Ui7fi. t t UUIC3 tU i aium. in Jlic l Anyone who has bethence N. 9 W. 56 phone niii Jotham Brown's: poles to the beginning, containing ten longed to the family of such a man and three fourth acres. For the purchase price, purchaser ought to be able to sympathize must execute bond with approved se- with the operator. curity, bearing interest from the day of The other day I visited a hossale and having the force and effect of pital which is an institution for a judgment. uervous wrecks- rather than for Bidders must be prepared to comply the bodily ill, I was surprised to with these terms. see several young g:rls in such a G. S. GRIFFIN, Master Commissioner of the Rock- place. The nurse explained to me castle Circuit Court. that they were telephone opera If you have the itch, don't tors. I talked with one of them. scratch. J.t does not cure the trouble and makes the skin bleed. Children that ar effected by Apnlv BALLARD'S SNOW LINworms are pale and sickly and IMENT. Rub it in gently on the liable to contract some fatal diseffected parts. It relieves itching ease. WHITE'S ORE A VI VERinslantly and a few application reMIFUGE expels worms promptly moves the cause thus performing tee joadto the a permanent cure Price 25. 5oc and, puts Pricechild onper 25c bottle. health. Sold and $l.oo per bottle. Sol by John Robis, Brodlnad, Robins, Brodhead, Ky. Ly a-.- k F-- . . . i-- , snrTfl.i ftzjnSetd one .cpnsideis the State CtfibT Ifcrfri,? produces more than $1,000,000 a KEfi: week, that w?lls cau b- - drilled in ftrrania- f- , KonSttd- from six to' twenty das and often natta prqSi5(A tsSSJTTffil' wells pav for themselves these VT ia witnin a week after drilling, that Apcrfect Remedy for Consflp 7:iXX'Z t ion , Sour Stomach.Dlarrtm the owner of a single forty or Yorras.ConviflsiaiisJevCTis!r eighty acres of land frequeutly or Sleep. 'mv nessaulLoss of has an income of $(100 00 a da racSimik Signature aud that stock bought in Com panv at $1 00 or $10.00 share 1? The CENTAim CompahT, many times worth $100.00 to 300-0'm Z'4 NEW YOmi- a share within a year one's K5cS..' n or brain reels at the thought A. in W inyet this is the history of many ttarantced undcrthet;oo dividuals in the state of Oklahoma that reads like some fairv tale. Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE CKHTAUH COMPANY. The gold field .of California in theit palmiest dtys ara left f r in the rear; the great gold awakening in Alaska is forgotten; 'the diamond $. DfcKeac held of Kimlerley in South Africa pile into significance. Nothii g in the history of civilized mankino has aided man in accumulating V :ortunes so rapidly as the oil and I Mid Congas interest of the great tinent field in the State of Okh -Kv homa. Here even children of the white Imiian and negro races who have COV1PLRTE LINK hid a small piece of land lelt to the-Coffins, Caskets and Robes thru the inheritance hae ot 100.00 an income Mail, Telegraph or TeleSoOO.OO per day from royaltic s t phone orders Promptly while the Oil Company that is do-vFilled ping their land is frequently making 100 per cent a month. Language fails to express the real"&r&yrXrK&-rGy- t n$OC$Cy":C$g ity and even eve witnesses can ' In m$ f Use For Over Thirty Years GASTORIA CW YOHft CITY. j3yagx& xggDtcgcSsiQcc; GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead 1 - n el 3-- 1-- 1-- I hardly believe the maivelous 3-- 5 asso-bepinnin- g, ,....,, - by-Joh-n fac s of production of oil. A number of strong Com pan es have been organized and are opar-atinAmong these is the Great Western Petroleum Company of Tulsa, Oklahoma, incorporated under the laws of Oklahoma lor i.O 0,000 with a strong directorate of busiuessmen, three of whom are experienced and practical of men, which is now offering 1C0, 000 shares of their stock at the par value of $1 00, stock to be sold in blocks of five shares and up ward. Those who desire to know some thing more of the great oil interests aie invited to address B. J. Waugh. the Steck Sales Manager of the Great Western Petroleum Compmv. Tulsa, Okl.homa, and make inquiries or get the publish Company ed literature of this giving its holdings and other facts and figures as to the real condition of the oil interests in the State of Oklahoma. g. SWWflM (XiSlfXfXffinil It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give The Woman's Tonic a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-o- ut ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more th?n fifty years. CASTO Rl Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Get a Bottle Today! J64 ALWAYS LEAD TO BETTER A Sickness isSiMM? Jk ora'Stia)f - HEALTH Serious sicknesses s'art in disliver and orders of the stomacn, kidneys The best corrective and preventive is I)r King's New Lift .Pills- - They Purify the Blood-Prev- ent Constipation, keep Lwer Kidnevs and tfbwel in healtky condition Give you better health by ridding he ssem of ferment ing and gassy foods. Effective and mild 25c . at vour DruKg'1 . Buwklen's Arnica Salve for Al bile. Keep it Loosen the dammed-n- p Slay Apple loose with the old time-trie- d "Root, (Podophyllin.) Podophyllla with "the gripe taken oat is called We transgress Nature's laws, the Liver strikes,- tnen we omit or neglect until Jfe.jujhef or sicken. OmUsion? AStaof C'onimlsalon Or Uotb? fifflymBJyflfllS 3 BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVaaaaaaaaaWttBtBaaaaaaaaaaaataaaaW twrmmKmwm x$ wnMifnnfrmimufiTiFm 1 TX -- v rl lr 7M4 1a Mirtdfcaa Very trnly, i CpifcrMJlczEr . ML - Hurts i . e- It hm fh nnlv THE COMMONWEALTH " O For Scratched '' LlFJi ft.) INSURANCE-C- m? p-f .TWao Other Furniture and Interior Woodwork 1 m v iiUHDBBTAKBR Our line of gOouch JCJaskets is unexcelled Eland-mad- e I 'P H m PB;CE& woHKSWMDEJs' - WL it. CK 1 Spring Pigs vrillb,evigoroU3andhealthyifyou keepttEe sow in condition with g5c,60c$1.00;5lb.saUt3.00 The location of our factory givea us I lowatt freight from mill to factory, and from fac!. ' triry to You'. Git ' hitttr Silt and Sav matuyhy O ' t. y writing u for catalog and prices. Louisville silo and tank co;.-- i . to-41 I -- rn rnntinfiAii. 1 I door opening. Hoop made of tested steel. . ' Hoops can be adjusted from Jad-- . .. der front door frame. Doors made of California Redwood. "The Wood Eternal.' & -- little floor mill ever built. Makes hieh as 50 bbls. finest flour a dav. Do vour own milling mill for everybody around you. They all use flour. And with this wonderful little ROLLER FLOUR MILL You can quickly build up a big paying flour trade right in your own community. It'a the crowninir achievement of the great English miH inventor. Tattersall. A guaranteed auccesa tnai a revorauenrzeo. xae huu- iag business. A. complete roller Hour mill in one maucaa.requinn only one man ana little power to make v SELF-CONTAIN- tVioraHl a tin mnrAirlloHiiva ..ww ..v W.W.W .w w j after vou've nut in this ereatest MW w WorJd for Farmers. Grain Men and Engine Ovoners Makes money so fast that C...4. If.l... ueai iuuity jnuser j ia A ii a If m i i 11 I i M & ir Vi.ri..-.....- - fKwXH "Midget" Marvel A Barrel of Better Flour Cheaper" much cheaper than the largest mills. Grinds rye and buck wheat, too. Any one can operate re. No Previous Milling Ezperiene Necessary Get a "Midget" on SO days trial money back guarantee. louve noth'.ng to risk bu.muctL. !- - (IncoiTtoratiecl) .8.SUtleaF. IMHmUE:' m: offins furnishe'd' A Hearse senl to all partsot .the County T Rrstorea the original beauty no matter how badljrracntchcd or soiled it's a wcod atainMld varnish combined in oae Come8in.. ll'Tfatural Woad rjJnrFwkiU.. ....:Tt : .' uoui ana silver unameU AU - j Madaarid guaranteed by PEASLEE-AULBER3T-CO.-: "Hz4te. Animal stWrel fLfFDofnil afrit Arf indispensable tonic before and after arrowing.. . Increases "milk, improves digestion and the .general condition of the little The, best disease prepigs; ventive; . Refuse substitutes; insist on .Pratts. . Gsanated er Mom? lack Get LJL. I 3jiyycyc3H U X r' . r- - iti. U MT. VBRNON, KY, i! lit Dentist . II (f m, VJU11UVU --ec? .1 FRC.i - .f. V jJi v - CS: -41 gain. to. 7 1 G All orders by Wire Promptly Filled r. ron . 4til4puisYjlle, Ky. . w. Phone 94-- S a. eox,i MT. VERNON, KY : I- - JQBN' ROBINS "' mmL 'SaiUfactio 3lCX3qCX OMld-ren c. over oaicer t a oioitj . l'hone 49-- ! Sell fw Tik Free Bk "ThQatoryof a Wonder ful Flour M1U" telltec what others are doing wita it and what yen. yearaes. can do. ANCL0-AMERKA- k V v sjl ' "tl &'t f2 . lVv 2 n" Pratts StocU.Bopi ,vv n. SOLD & GUARANTEED by m. iW IV S. C. DAVIS ,ir CASTORIA FOR FLETCHER'S Cry N KlKVW .. 517 tnat BUc. Curiae MILL OwtaOwa, If-- i.rf W