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VERNON, Vmm COUNTY, KYM Established 1887 1914 ROCKCASTLE FRIDAY JONE 12, NUMBER 34 'WA'-K-OVER' The SHOE FOR YOU " BKiaatiCKa ii r We have the sizes We know how Good feet depend on proper. shoe fitting. Proper fitting is impossible without knowledge, PLUS, proper sizes and widths; Can' you afford to experiment with Your Only Pair, of Feet . by shoeing them at a store that may We have botlu be lacking in either of these absolute requirements, sizes a nd knowledge? All -- pool ffltVOi Y A 10 III ( MO'VTR SELBY SHOE 4 WALK For Men $3.50 to $5 FOR WOMEN II 5! A brand new argument for Clot he raft Clothes It means a lot to us, aswell as to you, what make of clothes we sell at $10 to 20. If we don't sive you. the best, we lose hundreds of dollars in, possible business. When we say "Come in and try on a Ciothcraft Blue Serge Special," our confidence is based on the absolute fact that no other line has brought back to the store so many pleased and sat'sfied old customers, who has been visiting relativesin Louisville has returned home. Mrs. Oscar Argenbright and cnuaren are visiting relatives in Corbin. Mrs. S. E. Hellard hs been very sick for the past few days but is some belter at present There is a certain man of Knox- ville, Tenn. who is making week ly visits to our town and we think one of our young widows is the attraction at present. ' We will withold names J. Hayse suffering f rem a who has been bruised leg is slowly improving Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Foure'who have been running a restaurant in Pineville have j old out and returned here. The Juniors met in their new hall for the the first time last Saturday night. W. H. Cotton-gim- , our postmaster is suffering with one of his legs, which was injured several years ago. T, J, Pennington was in Mt. Vernoul Monday on business. -- W. H. Brown, a Mt. Vernon merch mt was with relatives he e Suuday.-- U G. Baker of Mt Vtrnon was in our town Sunday. Joseph Mjnk, of Richmond, has been visiting relatives here for a few days. I W. Catlin was in Crab Orchard Saturday and Sunday. G. W. Murphy was in Mt. Vernon Saturday on business. Mrs. Will Brown of Pineville is visiting, her iHnrnffnfffnninnpRnnRRmffig:!! a. . ' w I afe m WM gm M . ? - AM m 1 - JHL Jft. JL F Hi . . UiilVLIA g m k A J r f . O HB I " AJi I v -- - ii . Mt,::::: t'"! IlilT llliirilin ! Styf'es f haf sef f he pace This style in Women and Misses, all leathers, daughter, Mrs, C, A. Blanford. The carpenters and painters have touoh on the put the finishing dwelling of David Rarabo which adds greatly to the property.- - -Wm. Warren who is foreman of a gang of railroad carpenters at Paris was with homefolks Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Andy Kinder of London, was with relatives here latter part of last week. . Bowling Poynter. - The Stores that do the Business LOAD $1.75 to $3.50 .'- - Gome and see the largest "line 'of Shoes When he was a small child, his father, Jas. Poynter, moved and settled near Rockcastle Springs, where he spent his bovhood days Mt. Vernon, Ky. and early manhood days. Bowling Poynter served efficiently in the union army until he was dis days ago visiting his father and or three weeks. The Doctor spent charged at Nashville for disabilKKODHEAl). LI VIKGsTON. Ab Winkler, of Louis Monday and Tuesdav with them in brother. ity. After partially recovering ville, who recently underwent a' Shelby ville. Miss Mary Proctor he went on foot to Bowling Green, On Jast Monday night the stock very serious operation, was the is assisting the Citizens ,Bank and by train to Louisville, where .way old Sol' has been he was under care of physicians holdeis of the Biodhead Fair Asso guest of his father near here affew force now. We understand-thaJudge G. M. Mrs. L. -- M. Brown has cftVred shooting his sultry beams to the for a few weeks belore raturnini eiation met at the Cit:zens Bank days last week Hall, and to say that enthusiasm Ballard. L W. Beth urn m, T. J. her resignation to take effect uly earth is enough to make the ther- - home, by train to Lexington, by and at that mometer ashamed of itself. At stage coach via Danville and Stanreached a fever heat would only be Nicelry and County Attor ey E. ist as putting it lightly. A number of R. Gentry, were in town Lstweek time Miss Proctor wsll assume the the ragular meeting of Jackson ford to Somerset, then by foot to speeches were made by the var- -- I. B. Chestnut and hi$ cousin, duties of Mrs. Brown The sad Lodge No. 731 "F. & A. M. Tues- - P.ockcastle Springs. After a few ious members, but the one that Mr. Griffith, were in towu last news reached us Monday lnormng day evening the third degree was months he sufficiently recovered received most applause ws deliv week, Mr. Chestnut has a po that Shirley L. Tate was dead at conferred on W. R. Ward and A to enlist again with the governered by Ohint Lear, of the Hiatt sition in Virginia tint pays htm a his home in Sweetwater, Tenn. It T. Feathers. Mrs. Frank Ward ment, this time in the wagon ser section. At the close ol his re good salary. He is teaching Agri came as a great shock to his many and daughter, Miss Buena of vice between Camp Dick Robin his many friends in here, as but few of them: London, have been visiting Mrs. son and Cumberland Gap, over the marks he proposed that a vote be culture and taken to ascertain how' many these parts are glad that he is knew that he was sick, and noae W. T. Amyx and daughter, Miss old Boone Trail, or Wilderness present was willing to donate one making such a decided success. knew him to be seriously ill. His Georgia. Mrs. John Baker of Mt Road. day's work, those haying teams to The Board of Education for this widowvused to be Willie Beuton, Vernon, has moved back to Liv- - The name Poynter is closely bring them, together with p:ows, Sub District met here last Satur who lived here with her parents, ingston. J. E Woodall the sales connected with the early history - wagons, harrows, rollers, etc. day, and elected teachers for the We extend to all the bereaved ones man of London, was with our of Kentucky. and those less fortunate to brin? various schools. Mrs. J.L Piiker much sympathy. John Rigsbj merchants Tuesday. S. C Frank- John Poynter, together with axes, mattocks, saws, hammers ton, of Elizabethtown, was here of Preachers ville, WdS here Tues- - linwashire Tu-slenroute to two or three brothers, landed from and all kinds of working tools, and last Friday looking out location. day buying hogs. - Albert Al East Berns:adt. Mis Ella Mae England at Cape Henry, Norfolk This' Her husband is principal of Brod bright, of Lebanon Junction, was Blanfordis visiting relatives in Va , about i77o. " The Great giye.,one day free labor. com-- 1 bore during the week with his Louisville- .- Miss Locie Payne the Woods," known as the Trannsyl-vani- a seemed to meet with the approval head Graded Siho"l jof every one, and Wednesday the ! ing year. Tney will move here father, W. A. Albright, '"hello" girl ws.s in Mt Vernon Country, and later Ken Mrs Robert Al- - relatives. John Riddle, proprie Sunday. J. F. Neighbors is act tucky was known far and wide 17th was set apart as Free Work abcut July Day. In order to be fully ready bright, of Stnf rds was with tier tor of The Walnut Grove Roller ing chief dispatcher- - . in the ab- among the early Virginia ColonMills, son Joe, were here durftr this big day's work the man- - mother. Mrs. Bettje Brown, a few ing theand ists. Boone had blazed the trail, week State Senator Joe sence ol Mr. R. J. ,Lemonds agement are making great prep-- days last week1 Ben Pike was F Bosworth, of Middtesboan, ad- Mrs. Matilda WoodalLafter a weeks via Cumberland Gap. which was aration to get some of the minor here from Cae.y County from Sat- - dressed a small but appreciative visit with relattvfis in Mt. Vernon easily followed, but hazardous and things out of the way and have urday until Monday. Ben is audience here Wednesday alter-noo- n has returned home. -- Frank Dees dangerous on account of so many Senator Bosworte has is repairing his property on Main hostile Indians. For' p'rotectiou everything ready for completion looking after the interests of The many friends in this vicinity. , on next Wednesday. We expect Lvons Lumber Co . in Casov. He St. Mr. aud Mrs. W T. McCul-loug- immigrants came in groups as Monday. Mrs. Pike and every stockholder to be present, returned are visiting re.atives in military, companies, under capDEAFNESS CANNOT BE and cordially invite those who own her sister, "Miss Sue Cable, accomCrab Orchard, Tenn.--- !. W. Terry tains. Thus, thirty-sistrong CURED . Mrs. Walter Smith, to come and help us that panied him. no stock is very sick at this writing. J. VV brave men under the leadership bylocal applications, as they canMiss Lucy day make a home for the Brodhead and her sister-in-law- , not reach the diseased portion of Browning is moving into the of Captain John Boyle, in 1780, and Smith, or Crab Orchard, were the the ear. There is only one way property of J.' H. Dickerson on allied by common agreement aud Fair Association. shade will be in abundance, aud guests ol her parents. Mr. and to cure deafness, and that is by Main St. lately "vacated by G. W. using the motto which later bedoubtless 'delicious surprises are Mrs. J. M. .Owens, during the constitutional remedios. Deafness Martin. -- J. P. E. Drummonds came the motto of ur" state. fMis's Gertrude Martin, is caused by an inflamed condition ws in It Vernon Sunday. J. W, .United we stand divided we fall, in store. Let everybody come or week. of the mucous lining of send their representative Master the beautitul daughter of Mr. and tachian Tube. When the Eus- Terry and W.T. McCullough have settled on Dick's river, now Crab this tube 'is ' Austin Sparks Durham is with Mrs.. R. S. Martin, and Byron inflamed you have a rumbling purchased the picture machine of, Orchard, Lincoln county, and built Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Watson this Owens, sou of Postmaster aud sound or imperfect hearing, and Fred Owens and will go into the a fort, or stdekade. John Poynter ' week. Miss Eil'a Carson returned Mrs Granville Owens, boardtd when it is entirely closed, Deafs sh,9W business. Walter Browning leaving his brothers to settle in from Mt. Vernon, Tuesday, where the early train last Friday morn- ness is the result, and useless the U yi&ititig'relatives-a- t Danvillearidj Virginia, was one. bt the thirty six inflamation can be taken out and In-May wood. -- N, tshe spent several weeks at the ing for Jeffersonville; where they this tube restored to tH& rest J. its normal diarishoe maker Conner .the. : ana he xemaineiiire, anif Wsed of ha's , moved'to1 his life. He marnecl Langdon Dormitory. A. M. Hiatt were, married. Mr.- Owens and condition, hearidgwilibe destroy- a ,. md John Robins were appointed Miss Martinbad beem weetheans ea lorever; nine cases put ot ten Lebanod Jet. C. H Eica pur large family, Catarrh, which is chased a fine horse in MtVerno'rM JL '$t . Town Trustees to fill the vacan since childhood alraos't, and their are caused by u cies caused by the resignation of marriage was not at all a surprise.. udthin but an irrrhmed condiiion a'few days agofor 150, The" has-JivCB, Fjlth and A E. Albright We join their' many friends' in' "bflhcmucous surfaces. We willive One Hundred Dot-- 1 0. Division of- - the L & JST M. Brooks was here be- wishing them happiness thru iai Wipot application eotlM snd beal) a robgil or ueamess caus- crews.at thisplace,anda,redaable lur auy r jflmpIjrlunuH.'wbenrpeated1quJcliIyeffect tween trains Sunday, with his their wedded life. They are now ed by c atarrh) that cannot be . tcuTC Eczema. ErvillseU.TeUr.U!cra the freight trains to Win j; alt tUn diseie yieli'ta ki .cnraihr" MmMmmm uncle, W T Brooks. Henry has keeping house where Prof T. H enred by Hall's Catarrh Cure. cHester Mrs. Abel Pennington tjoc j'ibj. jir mm"HMhk Hd Bmb. i.SutbMMkt Mdtook. to iovcy ; Likins vacated. Mrs, W. F. Car Send for circulars, free. ""recently HMUWAYal Is on the sick list at this Writing. x. . j. wi -- man of a bridge crew, and we are ter ana cnuaren are visiting reu- i.i, j. . .v , niicuu Mr. and Mrs. John Cloiise of: iS&srff&'-Qnlrl xj Tlrtirrnpiotc OVin " ww,j "4R6wva, i- ..!. proud to knew that he is making uvea in 0.1... ouuty. fiU ey Take Halls Family Pills f oneioy Pineville,, are vif i" ing relative) i ' good. Ed Hurt was here a few will probably remain there for two j stipAtiph. here this week, Mrs. J. W. Terry" in Rockcastle County. There's the bast proof or the value of Scientific Tailoring .that first saves money and then puts it back -- rinto the clothes and aUtls an "absolute all wool guarantee. - Bowling Poynter died last week at his home in London, aged 76 years. He was born in old Sink- ingr Valley, Pulaski county, May 18, 1838. HAIIIS, 1 SUTTON SUTTON & McBEE Retail Dealers with Wholesale Prices . &, IVRBEE t:1:t: t: ;DRY GOOD t he book-keepe- r, -- NOTIONS FURNISHINGS CLOTHING HATS & CAPS GROCERIES FURNITURE CARPETS SHOES & SHOES & SHOES HARDWARE American FENCE Lou-frien- es PROVISIONS TOBACCOS WINDOW GLASS BARBWIRE SALT ay ! fore end-othe- r t. i.-.- 1 -- i a 9 . h x FERTILIZER STONE WARE PAINTS & OILSI DoorsTand Windows MACHINE OILS SCREEN DOORS QUEENSWARE SCREENIWIRE WAGONS ENAMELWARE CULTIVATORS TINWARE PLOWS STOVES AND FARMING TOOLS HARNESS and PAPER SADDLES jROOFING - Ice-wat- er FLOUR & FEED - -- mwmmmwmm-mvrrmmwm- ' -- r-- Henry et ce MBmmma Y wm .i- J s. Baker Griffin u. G. GEO. Manager MTVERNO'N 'rt r - been-promo- ted - '. Manager LIVINGSTON Of " Jt i i. I . j.Tk.E: All persons holding Undoubtedly the real fault piiUic a artv of this district ' clalu s against the sta e ot W. L. , Powers sees in Bos worth is his demonstrated that it had more Powder, are hereby notified to success as a lawmaker; 19 the en sentitrent than sense Judge June 12. 1914 p'odi ce same to me properly FkidaY, c m iuras the people ol all parties Kenredy is novv supponiug Pow-- e June, .2 n ven on or before and the pre"5s have for h s good Mil the belief, no doubt, that ptcf ot" claims every Friday i 19I4. i will Published roads legislation; his fight for a takes sentiment to get into office. on ihe abov tjainst aid EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. fair primary law; H's conclusions may be right thii A date and continue tiler henn g State so Republicans may be nn time, but sooner or later the BETTER DON A iivm d iy i riiv until through. $I.OO an equality with the voters of people of this distciLt will, perforce tfflCRIPTION ONE YRAK G S. GkiFFIn Commissioner. other parties; the enacting ol laws awake to the real at, on tlmt teil getjudical distLts in goods must be delivered to us by The Com tv of Rifkcast1e will Advertising rates made known on cieatirg this section of Kentucky toauabk our Congressmen in Washington j EVFRY STYLE OR SHAPE HERE ia $100 for t e arrest and cm application poor lit ga its to have their rights in order tint we cai take our victlon of he pivtv or parties who adjudicated; the pissing of a work rightful position in the a Ivancekilled an unknown man on top of J. MEMBER OF Town Hill. men's compensstion act. which ment mat our wealth and sincere KENTUCKY PRE3S ASSOCIATION B WatcVJ!$$ga($V s, enables theinj.ired hbirerto bo desite for progress merits. This Mav22. 1914. U For I il--W de-itG M Ba lard. J.R.C.O. compensated and in case of We hope next Congressman taraily fully paid for lis life, will b.' progressive. his Gov McCreary has been asked Bsworth's whether snch person was in fau't old school ideas of Republicanism to offer a reward for an equal up-to-d- ate i. or not; persistently advocating the doesn't suit us Should he be mount. WITHERS -The Lire Mxfcl . cause of temperance in accord e ected however, there is no doubt fir, com- CORSET with the best thought of temper he would be able to do a great Mx . 1 1 4.: : C E. Muhit'S and wife FOR FLETCHER'S luiL aim lasting sciviuc Style 6014 is an average figure corset, ance psople and numerous othe deal tor the district. Any man their son. Ben Mullins. Saturday Statement of the made of corded batiste. Finished 1 from a Kabo; it is made top with silk embroidery tnm. Has at Ownership, Management, etc., acts, as against Powers' record of caa do more than Powers. This and Sunday Cornelius tilled rubber gore in bottom of back section.a for you to wear. It is Has very low bust and long skirt. Is not a single achievemet t; as Power's fnends admit, t ut exoue his regular appointments at Red of the very lightly boned. Has front TO MAMMOTH CAVE ' clasp. Back wires have f eatherbone at against uarry law passed Of whicc h s an ida'y in the behalf that Hill,1 Saturday and Sunday. worth what you pay at Mt. Vernon Signal, 5?ttonkHa3.,liree Pairs of supporters. Sizes, 20 to 32. was the author during ht he nee s mrtner vmdicatt-- n No Born to the wife of Melvin Bar-net- t. & any price. Published weekly in Mt. Vetnon. he Tuesday, June 23. A person claim is male b, them that the j Rockcastle County, Ky. Editor, terms as our Congressman. Price $3.00 June 7th, a fine girl, christ- ally conducted two days outing Well might the artful duplicity, distriat need a Representative. ened Ida May. Some Business'Manager, Publisher and farmers in Round trip rnlroad fare from Mt. t by sle pwnej:. E. S. Albright, Mt. the unjustifiable accusation mis this part are over their corn the Vernon $4.35. Rooms reserved E. S. Albkight. Powers that HtnryBosworth Vernon, Ky. first time, while some are work-tngov- at Cave Hotel including board A TEXAS WOiNUER. Subscrib d and sworu to belore treated him as a prisoner; thr and some are not done and trips in the Cave for $0 5o The Texas Wonder cures kidney statement that Bos worth is not a me this 6th day of June, 1914. planting. The potato btus are making the total cost 9.85 Republican; the awfulness of Bos and bladr'er troubles, removing verv plentiful A. B. FUHNISH, this vear in this Special coach on regular train 3.63 grauel, cures c'ianets, weak and Notary Public. worth having voted to erect a Herbert Anderson is in a. m. write or pnone u. aw of the kidneys pirt. My commission expires Feb 9 1918 monument to Jefferson Davis, find all irregularities Burbon county. .1. H. Mullins j lodgement in the minds of this and in boty men and women. cut a bee tree last week; he saved Agent. elect arate were we not people of Regulates bladder troubles in the bees, but .finally they all left Mrs. Francis B. rdes and lit'le Schools for Your Children. children. If not sold by your high attainments, possess'ng al I he weather is thought to be s n, of near Brodhead, were here? BYou. ready the appreciation that the druggi.st, will be sent by mail on the hottest for the time of year Teusdiy and Wednesday, the Mothers of thi- - community! lio Urnthpr ntiH iff Mr. Republican and Progressive part receipt of Si. 00. One small bottle for years past. Misses Pearl An inuctc i.f You have ch ldreu to educate. in two months treatment, nd selies have, in unbounded magnaniderson and Lillie Mullins spent and Mrs. W. G. Vc3ee 'You want good schools that your dom tails to perfect a cure. Snd mity, endorsed the giving of our the day, Sunday, with Mis-- Ollie children may hae advautagts money and expressions ot out for ttstiraonialsfroin his and other Roberts. i There is Sunday-schoo- l FOR FLETCHER'S equal to those given the childre Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 to the wounded soldiers and states. love at Cave Ridge every Sunman in the city. of the mail-orde- r Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold i of the Southland. day. School will begin at this when you their wiiows Do you not ki ow that I And well might Powers foist by Druggist. p'ace July I3tlr, with Miss Clara I Mrs Margaret Schneider won buy of the mail order man instead his prejudice and passion upon us Dsbord as teacher. MissDebord discharge in Police Court by deyou of this-towH of the merchants BURNING MOMEY peopl . his trickery and question taught here last year and gave en-- t claring she was drunk in celebra are taking away from the oppor- abl i accusations, United States Treasurer John if there were no re satisfaction. Master Geo. tion of .the se enth anniversary of tunities your children should have? newspapers printed now a days Burke, in a recent address before Roberts and sister, Sar.h B. visit- ner husband's denh. ' The schools are supported by and no public schools for the en a Banter's association, gave sur ed rehtives over in Laurel, froir which the mail order man "I'm wO happy without hi n, ' taxes of lightenment of our children and prising statistics in regard to"t e Fndav doe not pay one cent in this town until Monday, and was Jie said but the money you are sendii g tc teachers to sharpen their minds careb ss carefulness of people accompanied home b" their cousin SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION Tietl.i ig hiibies always have i the city means greater wealth and to differentiate betwixt merit and about the safe keeping of money. lit'le Miss Susie Money. Misses Every fall, he sa3'S, the treasurer's more money in the funds "of the the pretensions of it. Hallie and Martha Durham at- hard time of it when this process ri'tirs in hot weather They not Pinnacle New . office receives ma iy fragm ents of tended the city, and less wealth andFess commencement at nnlv have to contend with pain-m- l burned paper noney which has Berea monev in the ichool funds of tins last w elc and report a good gums but the stomach disbeen stored in stoves or ovens time. ordered, bowels loose and tdebody town. VS. m during the warm wetther. awl unconfortable. The best help Why no I assist in educating your vou can give the little sufferer i the biding j laces forgotten until own children? McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It You can do it. by spending yout The Pinnacle Ne.ws is p ogres- - the awful ducoyery of the charred corrects sour stomach, cooU and FOR FLETCHER w dollars with the merchants who sive and will support a Progres- bits ralcejd out alter hres h tve Round quiets the bowels and helps diges-f'oRound "been built with the approach of Trip Trip are ass sting in kcepingjup the sive candidate for Congress in jrice 25c ai'd 50c per bottle. Sold by John Robins, Brod-heaschools heie instead of beading this .Fall if the part fost. About 2,ooo such cases are received yaaily. coming first from HOT WEATHER UONIC AND Ky. should have a candid ite. F01 them to the mail order man. HEALTH UJLLER SPECIAL TRAIN and by degrees You mothers can be boosters-fo- this reason we can watch the cit-fig- the north sections Are yo-- i run Nervrmc this town and your own child betwean Powers and Bos- from the warmer zoues. This, he Ti"ed? : . ver g von do in Heaves said, is the treasurer's means of effort? You are thu lazy you are not ren if you will. worth with an old, boot already the frost from Camdato sick! Yonr Stomach, Liver, Kid ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. lifted to hit the victor. Quite Think it over. nevs. iinj whole svstem nped a the Gulf. naturally we are interested who ToiifcT A Tonic and Health Build this will be. Unquestionably it. A regulai morning op ration of er to drive out the waste matter Powers d is not a race, as was the the bowels puts you in 'fine shape build you ui and renew your $ $ $ $ PEOPLES $ BANK case between Powers and Ed- for the day's work. If you miss strength. Nothing beJer than Artful in Duplicity and Strong wards. Since Powers' first Vic it you feel uncomfortable and can- Electric Bitters Start to day. in the On His Mix-U- p tory he has been gradually on the not put vim into vour movement. Mrs. James Duucar. Haynesville For all bowel irregularities BER-BIN- Me., writes: "Completely cured will Show the decline. In this section and in Goebel Affair. is the remedy. It purifies, me nfcer several doctors gave me some of the neighboring counties sireng hens anj regulate-;Blows ! Price up " 50c and SL.no at vour the Advertisement his friends have left him similarly 50c. Sold by John Robins. Brod-hea- Druggist. Bucklen's Arnica Salve $ Ky. for Cuts. The press in the nth district to the way a snowball melts in last week was well supplied as to July. He has no Old Guard left why Powers should be returned Where he once was greeted bv wtmsmamssm rnjsl zi&sSsmmmE. ?vs.atesrrrrjg?r of the the Wonderful to Congress. This stuff is similar thousands; where people rodt v,".'' - i "'S;$&M nw i miles to enthusiastically grasp his !"? v to what the paople have heard so " Other Furniture and ,von.. UH I X'WMv'.A t .'..Vvft vjSt?4 'w hand, they will say to you tu-much of before It is a matter that Interior Woodwork has no place m this crmpaign be he has not a corporal's guard for nvetn two Republicans aspiring the nucleus of an orgauiz ition. $ This conditionpf affiirs'he may to the nomination to Congress E-hu-- UC from this great Republican district ne ab!e to overcome; his old story may prove artful again. It is. The SAFE boys' magazine especially by Powers, in that iiStMa?t0rifo?dia5y$l s. makes nocharge that he only the old story he can rely upAll boy f orall boys, not a chlld'spipor. Clean as ' li on. He will not be able to point a vrhlsUp. fell of pictures. 30 to C2 pages every was guilty in the Goebel transac Restores the oritdnal beauty no matter ft znocth. Manly, Inspiring storlcsof travel, adven- $ hoy badly scratched or soiled it's a to any achievement in Congress as lias ho issue with him '"" BvoicMCB. niswrv, Ecnoni luo, written ny tion and wcod stain and varnish combined in one rapstpopulT Instrnrtlvo epeclal Eyery Banking Facility articles, t'ino articles on football and other Comes in 11 Natural Wood colors. White. fporta. Departments of Mochanic-s- . lUectrleity. whether or not he got a square an excuse that he should ba re Gold and Silver Enamel. All Sizes. Pliotocraphy. Topnlar Science How to Make turned. His Congressional ca Thlnca. Ktanp Collecting Chlckona, Pets, deal. Made and euaranteod by Inrentlons and Hat u ml Wonders. PEASLEE-GAULBER- T Itis assumed the lith district reer has ben a complete lailure. CO. JhCORroftATCD 'You i which is composed of people of Gran Philpots .. saving, Send Subscriptions - m $ I. the Convenience of the People $ Louisville, Ky. writ a for progress migiit just as well have high culture, aspiring Ym OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY . to and the development of otr'r un postal card," is an uncontradicted 1 usual gift of natural resources. truth with which the Republican : - r dVsires'the election of a Representa voters of theEleVenth,haveto'deaf MaFV 4Zkbl ,. .' r will answer iS tire who can command the action this year. Powers $, $ i PEOPLES $ BANK !$ this, no doubt, by sayingr-w- e have of the nation to our dues. In this ass uraption there should not be a Democratic Congress" This will ex ' any anticipation that the voters bj some argument if he succeeds will be interested in the inference in keeping from the people the , that because Powers was arrested brilliant record that John Lang-leya Republican of our neigborf by Bos worth's brother, who was hSTs? illlDli mt9 i sheriff of FayettVcounty, 'Senator rng:ditTictrhas madedn"! e Paint is liquid money. Yau. spread it YOURSELF Bosworth is not deserving of the Congress. And his opponent, your house and then sinn, w2nd, rain From Dirt, Dust and Drudgery support of the people; nor is there Bosworth, will be able, to show ins. the' effort to and dust beat upon by in this charge except the rot, that that 'in a Democratic Senae at ttiing ' wood. Bye wear it out and get at Bosworth is a Democrat. Powers Frankfort he ws able to have and bye you have to do 'all over again himself, assisted in having Bos more important bills enacted than any of his Democratic coileagi es but less often with Combination Pneumatic Sweeper worth put on the Republican State The laws that Bosworth made are Release from broom drudgety from the ttraia of movCentral Committe; assisted in his ing and lifting furniture and bom the dangerou MMttng "' election to the Senate, both in bis endorsed by the' best thought of of dutt and germs that are raited by the use of Ae.brooa candidacy for the nomination and the State and recognized to be of V and the old fashioned carpet sweeper, cad be attaiaed by the use of the Duat'.cy Colnbinatioa Paeamatic f in the general election. Further more real worth to the mountains 1nilMi V. f UHM wlrSifHw Sweeper whkh, ckhough easily operated by haad, than with others. When 'yon Chink of the" enacted for' more Bosworth lias held office as a than any legislation creates powerful sucob, force which draws, out all the dirt IjiBLfUM cost of paint and- - painting,, remember th&t one-thir- d SUuW and dust found la yourntgs and carpets and at the same Republican for 15 years in the ca years. In attacking these laws aft lint, pins, threads, time the revolving brush picks-uis paint and two-thir- d labor. rave&gs.etc... pacityof city attorney, councilmar Powers will b cnufrnnt.pr1 h thoi ' irresTHE WHITLEY SWEEKIS are made in three sizes aad sold It costs more to put oa poor; paint th.in and police judge of Middlesbo. o judgment of all the ttader'a rigid gaarartee for one year. You say try a Dust, -- andsubsequentl m good one. in he House of pective of political Use the paint that lmtk longest... affiliations.' ley is your own home for 10 days Free ofChtrge,. : Repiesentatives and as Senato-- . against him. Besides he 'will "" Forbore detailed iaformatloa write TODY FOR SALET 3Y The Republican party at home have "nothing Yd offer from his . and thruout the State have com standpoint as a legislator. JJudge Chint. Kennedy, of Monti--cello- , Duntlev Pricu.aatic Sweeper Ci mended his efforts and- - rt cognized :. t MsslsVsasaWasVHHBiiaHBHHBIHH . as .we remember for.merly odui a, state street CHICAGO .his achievement lay putting him ' the State Central Committee from made the statement that inTsehd-o- g ' Ml VEHNON SIGNAL tht I TF you have to spend your , b-- nt-a- r 1 redi-trictingt- n-- w ijiam&am. 8Iwann Straw Hat FISH & SON ent I h o-- KABO vi-it- ed Rev. Children Cry O A3TO R A 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, SOLD BY A. B. FURNISH er WHEN YOU WANT Genera! Merchandise CO TO Farm Implements JONAS McKENZIE TH s Cliildreii Cry CASTORI A n OLD RELIABLE thi-distri- ct Cliiiarexi Cry CASTO Rl A do-vn- - $.50 CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, JUNE 7th n .50 n. d, r ht JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. A Fakir one-tide- E A Straw Way . Wind d, d tjlMBMiSil Vv . ,wSt For Scratched I Tables Have you Noticed Growth V.-Sf- IV .PEE PEOPLES BANK year Gar-denin- z. s there's a reason. -- a-t- $ SAFE AND SOLID For AMPLE RESOURCES .... SIGNAL --. 1 JOHN ROBINS Brodhead, Ky. Use Us " '$ i - rz I. he-sam- DIVORCE oyt riwrfr 3)untev it the it urn Hanna's. Green .SeallPainf .- ' 1 7i p " Agents Wanted. - I B. NOE the State-a- t large; Poers4o;Co.ngress-4.he"ile- J mi, .iiwrr r r, " .i m tr'-'&' , ,tf"v . rf- - ('- - TW. itf-- &?fz L-- e- - Li, "?. his Tath:" We--, do not recall tl e The annual June Oratorical to James Winstead. College was time, when our' whole town was Contest at Center Mere Dol'ar shoes at Fish's. more completely up;iit, than last! held ibis morning in the collet e Your old bat is good for 25Cts Mt. Verion, Ky June 12 1914 Your olu viuuji hat is good on a new Straw or Panama at Monday wheu the message came chapel instead of at night, as hi s for 2;cts at Fish's to Victor C Tate announcing the been the custom heretofor up "No. 79" wtien Fish's. For Rent: Un waa toComraunl. death of his brother, Shirley, at There were only two contestants cata wixh 9IQNAL Charley Lear, charged with rape Sweet Water, Tenn. For more but those who beard the efforts ol rooms for roomers or for offices. on Mrs. Smothers was tried Tues- than thirty dayhe had been very these two young men were full' Apply to day and acquitted M. J. Miller. sick and about a week ago under- j repaid. The first speaker was J. J, Tip Sparks, a prominent busi- went an operation to remove puss Stanford and Fianklort doesn't look anything alike in print but ness man of London, died Tues- - from the lung caused by an abbess Bethurum, of Somerset, representover a telephone the ounds are so dy night of bnghts disease. He but the local phj'sicians wh ) had ing the Chamberlain Society, and Louisville & Nashville R R.Co. similar that persons often mistake had been sick for several months, c arge alter the operauon. le.-- the other one was Felix Renick, of ' ten Hours before his death, Winchester. jone for the other. TIME TABLE. We Know on will be surprised tlan The first prize was awarded to told hia brother Victor, when he 4.59 pm There will be regular services to hear of such fair grounds in 22 north.... left Sweet Water, to return to .VI t. J. J. Bethurum, whose subject 24 north 3:53 a m at the Presbyterian church Second Rockcastle Countv. but they war t V Tnon, that Shirley was doing as was "Times Noblest Offering." a ro land Fourth ii:-Sunday's 23 south in each you come nrxt Wednesday and THIS LABKL, ON a. 001 The subject of the oration d as could 'v be expected and 21 South 12:19a mi month, hereafter, by the pastor, let them show you. The place is el WE SELL GU VRANTF.ES.IT would be able to follow on. in a livered by Kenicic was "The Peril TO BU The New Brodhead Fair Grounds. Jas. Landrtjm, Agent Rev. J. M. Macmillan. week's time. Ab mt 2 a. m. Mon- sf Immigration." Phone No. 8. The Ladies were dressed "out The, prize is awarded on the Wednesday June i7th has been day the heart ceased to perform f sight' reitks That set apart by the officials of the its functions, suddenly dropping basis of the speaker securing the j you to go into a store and say Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice is some improvement over last sum new Brodhead Fair Association to trom i4oto 50 pulsations per min- highest average on thought com mail matter. as second-clas- s you wanted to purchase roer's styles when they were to complete their new grounds, with ute, and in less than two hours position and delivery, there being suits you some extent aressed "in sight." the exception ol some necessary from that time, the spirit of the one set of judges on delivery and would get special attention, PERSONAL Wanted: fen thousand old work that will need be dune just noblest of noblemen took its flight another on thought and compo you Well, everybody who comes to sition. Upon totaling the perWillie Adams will teach the hats. We will give yon Sacts. for betore the lair, which is August to the God above. The deceased was 24 years old centage of the rank awarded it M- youi old hat otf the price of any Long Branch school. us for one of a splendid druggist aqd true type was found that taere was a tie, any ot'our new Sum met Straws Mrs. J. R. Rash, of the HopeProf. Recollection: 'Boys, it For which necessitated awarding the manhood. or Panamas. J. Fish & Son sick list. well section is on the would be well to remember that of Kentucky Several vears he was clerk forChas first place on the total of the perInine Bullock will teach the Miss Emma Taylor, the 13 upon scientific research, the rec- G. Davis the local druggist, took centages, which gave Mr. Bethuryear old daughter of Mr. and ords in the archieves of destiny inGurr Springs school near Bloss. a course at the Louisville school ol um a slight ad van age. looks like a forty customer to us. Uncle Melvil Wallen is confined Mrs. J. 0, Taylor, has just re dicate that last Wednesday after Pnarmacy, passed a most crediBoth speakers ate young men of near Hansford with ceived her certificate of advance noon, on the last quarter of the at his home sell you the first suit the fit, the examination under the State forensic ability, and their ability, ment from the first to the second last second of the thirteenth min table paralysis Board of Indiana; then took a place and their efforts were meritoriouscomfort, the wear you get of high school. Miss Emma is Lite past two Vclock, was the hot Miss Ruth Mullins mill tpflrb VGa' by the lare. with the Cairoll urug Co.. of ly applauded a good student flnd by the splen est for over forty thousand years.- will be pretty the Flat, Rock school near Dudley, to take care of the Morristown, Peun , where" he audience. did work done received this proUncle Mat Qwens. wjjobas been worked p,r several Iflontris and this county. The n iges on de'iveyy wer Dr. other thirty-nin- e sales motion with a splendid average. conrined to his rppm far the past less than a year ago forrned q part- C W- - Cook. Mr. Hickmau carter Miss Grace Jones of East Beru-stad- t, The catalog of the Mt, Vernon three monhs, js slowly improv- nership wi'll 8 Mr We clon't make emit' profit on tho sale. of one is the guest of her sifter, Childress of and Rev. H. D. Martin. which is about ready for ing, UflPle Mat requests us tt Sweewate.',TBnn., under the fjrm Fair, suit to make ns feel indifferent about where you Mrs. Cas Cox. Those on thought and . compost press, is by far the largest ever is express his tbftnks and apprecia- name of Tate & Childress. He tion were Dr. I Q. A. McDowell buy your next suit . So we do things to make you Dr. D B. Southard came up sued by any fair in this section tion to his brother masons and rapidly grew in faVor and admira- Rev. W. O. Saldor, Judge Jay W. want to buy your Clothing, Shoes, Hats. Shirts, from Stanford Tuesday to attend The premium jist has bfPn re friends for th many acts of kind tion of the people of Sweetwater, Harlan: Danville Advocate. Sox, Ties, Collars and other furnishini'S from us. burial of Shirley Tate. enlarged, The build- ness shown him during bis long and at the time of his sickness vised and The relatives and friends of We are glad to report Mrs. W. ings are to be improved and a big Illness. was enjoying a splendid run of "Jake" as he is familiarly called H.Ccxwhohas been sick for floral ball display planned. is usiness. Less than two years ago in Mt. Vernon are much, pleased NQTJCE several weeks, better. By You are the three big days. Aug. The County Board of Eduea'ion he was most happily married to to hear of h.is splendid victory. C D. Sutton has moved from COME. will on Monday June 15 j9i4 re Miss Wijlie Berjton, who is heart To the officers and members of the Miller building to one of the Model Road it has been ceive bids for the building of broken at the unrepairable loss Mt Vernon Lodge 319, I.O.O.F. rooms over his own building. rumored in Danville that Congress school houses In Sub District 6 which seemsto her almost unbearBrothers : You are requested Mrs. Fannie Jones of East will very likely put thru a bill ap able. The remnins were brought to be present at the Hall, Satur7and 30. Houses must be comBernstadt, visited her daughter, propriating several million dollars pleted by September r, i9j 4 All here on the early train Tuesday day, June 20th at 1 o'clock, for the Mrs. Cas Cax during the wtek tor the building of a model road- bids must be properly sealed and morning and taken tot hi home purpose cf deccoratingthe graves Egbert Wallin special agent for way from Washing i City. vi.i addressed only to The County if Mr. and Mrs. J.F.Grirfin, being of our beloved brothers who have Q & O. was her a Tuesday to attend Danville, Stanford. Harrodsburg. Board of Education, and muft be deemed inadvisable to go home crossed the '"silent river". Sister burial ot his nephew Shirley Tate The filed in the office of the County on account of the serious illness of Rebekah's are also 'invited to be at.d Frankfort Mrs. W. L. Richards and 'O'd Wilderness Trail" will bt Superintendent by 1 o'c'ock on his mother. The fact th it shn with us on this occasion. The Home of Good Clothes in Mt. Vernon Miss Sadie were " it JJowed from Virginia thru the daughter, June 1.5. The, contractor will b was uuahlt to see him, when she Fraternally, Louisville duiing the week shop mountains to Danville required to gjve a Legal Bond and had so anxiously awaited his re W. T. Davis, ping. conijing to see hr, Every one will be wejc m a upon completion of the house ac overy and his Noble Grand. Four children of Mr. and Mrs. the-iiecording to Goiitpaot-'Wi- ll be given made.it ail the mare patheiic Brodhead Fair Grounds 'J lot A biliOu's. half sick feeling, loss Joe. Norton of the VVabd cummuni next Wednesday if they wi a note on The County Board for Yet she realised that her life ae of energy, and constipated bowels ty are all in - bed with typhoid biings'itneki d of a workng am., called for in contraot. Due pended upon It, and when asked with surprising to.do said: can be relieved using HER BINE. fever. tool, and come expecting to use It. on Jan, 1 I0i5 and bearing 6 per by her son Victor what promptness'by Mis Jennie Morrow Miller has Tnis is designa ed as Free Work cent Interest from date until paid. Don't bHng him home." Short The firjt dose brings improvement by Mr. W, H . a few doses puts the system in fine goi e to Mys ic to spend the sum Oay All the stockholders that Plans and specifications of bouses services were held mcr with Mr. and Mrs. S. W can get there have p'edged their can be ceen In the office of the Co. Cox and at 3:30 p. ra. the body was vigorous condition. Price 50c. laid to rest in E'mood cemetery Sold by John Robins, Brodhead Dais. seivice, together with their team-- i Supt. The Board reserves the Ky. W. B. Spivey has been suffer and etc and will give one free light to reject any and all bids. to await the final summons. W. A B. Davis, Chairman. Pe ce to his ashes, glory to his ing from a nail which he stept on days woik on the groui ds and BLOOD last week, but is now able to be buildings as a compliment to the Jnne 5 2t. J. M. Craig, Sec immortal soul. POISON J J. Bethurum, stuu'eift at Cen-e- r out or a stick. management, and be'ieve us with SAILEE-WILUAM- S. 1 JUL Univets'tyand Miss Martha Mesdames Mary Williams and one hundred and fifty st ckbolders actually millions work there be something do- Mr and Mrs. Geo. Perkins Sallee Sparks wOn first in the flaral par Cleo Brown will leave Mondav for at 15 and millions ot germs that erow s ing, The ladies will be, there to ade at Danville Tuesday. Tnis is from one or two that Somerset to attend the request the got under the skin and Into the blood. look on. Everybody, one of the noted events and atwedding. whether a . honor of your presence DR. BELL'S tracts much atientio.i in that Mrs. Sarah Maret of the Wildie stockholder or not, fiat fells ini, at the marriage of terested in the future of the new town. their daughter section and Miss Julia Fish are applied right away would have killed those and kept these millions from being born. surely depend upon you can & Mrs. Hanry Cat- fair are invited to come and help visiting Mr. Elizabeth To have a JSC box of this salve ready for emerBill Noe sold bis stock ol gencies, ask for Dr. Belt's Antiseptic Salva. complete a future home for the ' to ron near Crab Orch ird groceries to W.vfl'..- - Brown, who ac"Tell It By The BeU" in time of trouble is your new fair association. Mr. Richard Gott Williams, Jr., will run the busines-Mrs C. C Williams has returnBetter to acquire a count on the evening of ed from MartinSvilleto. Louisville The electric lights eretnrned Orlando, Ky. M. J. Miller Js adding greatly .Wednesday the Seventeenth Mrs West on in Mt Vernon for the first and her daughter, you have big one by depositing to the looks of Ma:n St. home by Dudley Ledge No. 770 F. & A. of June her mother is not so time last Saturday night and the writes that Mt-Vernoadding a large porch in front. M. in well .. citizens witnessed a sight' that One thousand nine hundred and In obedieuce to. the divine com-niarLost: Between Louis Cooper's You'll Find the necessity of thiriking betore fourteen Miss Gladys Kirbv the gilwho mauy said would never be, the that all men must die, it home, 'Asher addition and Ed paving a great Incentive to saving. When At nine o'clock has Jived with the family of W. streets and houses of .Mt. Vernon Fletcher's home, a plate of lower his fa'len to our lot to record the Harvey Hill, Somerset, Kys tro ible comes what you have been prevented "I-- . Richards for several vears is illuminated by a first class up-- o teth. Finder "rjlease deliver tj name of our beloved brother. 4 from frittering away will make a comfortable very sick with inflamitory rheu date electric light plant, The The above is a copy of the in David Adams, who departed this S. C. Franklii.'s shop. balance . little meeting held in the Masonic vltatious sent out today 10 the niatisni life May 3rd. 19 14, as having ans Mks Jane Teague. when some friends of both families. All ar W. H. Fish will go to Cleveland hall last January of Wit. wered the final summons of the Ohio, next week as delegate to the thirty" or forty men and women rangerrents have been completed lodge above, whose Master Grand 9 tfHMMVQHVVSr"'' K is God. M:W:of A. Convention. Mr?. niet to talk electric lights for Mt lor the wedding, which will be Fish will spend the week with Veinon, meant more than the .ma- one of The prettiest home weddings Therefore be it Resolved that jority of the people thought and-a- which has occurred, here in a long libmefolks at London. v. in his death our lodge has lost .a " .i time goes by the effects for time. Uue and worthy member, nisi 3 EM J XA 3c LEW.S M. Macmillan Rev. and Mrs. J. Miss Elizabeth Thatcher will lainily a loving father the com arrived last Friday and we gladlv goii will be 'realized more and .Attorneys at Law UNDERTAKER and EM8ALMER more. This will mark a new be maid of honpr,;and Mr. Cecil munity an uprjght and' useful citi there to our town.. welcome e Offices in Bethurum Bldg. " epoch in the history of ME Ver Williamsk brother groom zien: .Rev. Macmillan is the new pastor in all thi Courts. non and only time will prove the to be will be the best man. Miss Resolved, that we tender bur vVilf . of the Piesbyttr.rian church. Avisdom of those who have been' Barthenia Salloe, sistet of the bride heart-fel- t sympathy to his bereav " Samual MfiClure a son of so tireless and unrelenting in elect, will be bridesmaid, and Mr ed family. Pongo sec- -- Green McClure of the their efforts to establish suchu Lloyd Huer, or Corinth, Ky., will "" Resolved; that these resolutions tion, underwent a very successful machinery was begroomsman. Little Miss'Har plant. The be spread oipon the minutes of the operation first of the week.by Dr 'Mowers. bought from the Jas. Clark Jr., vey Fancher, of Gbattanooga, will lodge, arid a copy be sent to the .Owens nd.is getting along nicely. Electric Co.,' of Louisville, repre- be ring bearer., The ,cpremony .There is. nothing about the Mt. Yernon Signal tor publication. Mrs.Tisbback was in Shelby- - sented by Mr. W. W. Crobker, will be performed by Br.; ' ..A. G.'BALL, V hom& more beautiful than a weli" ville last week te see her son Ben who has-ma- de several personal GIpss, ot Providence church, io keDt lawn. .A lawn cannot be H. L. Smith,' graduate from the Shelbyville inspections, the machinery was Mercer cpuptyrwho was for many unless, you possess one J AS. PROCTOR, A. C. High School. She will leave next set and first put in motion by years pastor of the Presbyterian well kept Committee. of our Monday lor Richmond to attend that high class machinist, "Mr. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- ,. church chere. The fortbedrniug GOUGHS.AND COLDS WEAK school. ": .the summer George Cain, of - Louisville andl wedding will celebrate the uniou MT. VERNON. KY. r EN THE SYSTEM." - 'K-J3eaF2&&3Se Eugene Fishback who is with Mr Jesse Malone, the eltc ofiwo Miss most popular Lawn Mowers. There are resis-. . WOFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor v lojiuiiucu ouugua, Colds and now with her grandparents. Hon. trician who has been on the elec- young people and will' be one of nn! tsfe- - Uiiriawn mowe;s run so The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Chhr MountVernon and Mrs. B.TJ. King of Lincoln trical end since, worlc began to .see the leading social' events of the street. Special attention give' will return this week and - inen goj afc, 4he electric side was O. K., season. -' an, U:KBom&taskr 2nd. The , o5, to collections. . .than A rttVts ffeherallv $'Sv WORKS tospend the summer with the initial start was' ;tnade-anha'wn is" left smooth and even, ihfoiiow? ..to Paris to. Phone No. 80. Get a.5oc. bottle bf Dr Mr. John T.. BowserJ, ofJDan-- . ' her;sister, Tdxs, Hoffman.. :. It the perfect satisfaction of all. For; ville, will play ibhe 'wedding stead of, f ough ;and with ridges., jKing's New Dtscoyery y cough ' ' Anhur Waliin, of "Columbus, a short time-th- e are MelU roade.t will stot yourmW. I" . - TheW first lights will only march". Somerset journal. These momers' m i vi 7 L f : "s': Oh o who is one of the- - fpurstock- - be on until 12:30; but before.many.j " The groom, who is PQUN:P1 LV lJiiLLlliK in. Mar.DlQS and 4 sbriof '.'.Mfi 4mnIri-pliptg.'- S Mathews weeks theservice will b all nights and .'Mrs. M.. C. Williams OfSoW iridernd. tne opttonxKnue; a.ret.T;hroat and LungJTroubles. Granite' jVIonuments'.of holders of the Engm an and Eyeglasses for $1.50 an3 up. Gold' Bend, Ind., J. G. Fisher expert electrician erser, grand-sb: :.Nftange Cp.K South made of the highest gradesteel, l Mn-O- ,H Brown, Aluscatine, of Mrs; Mary . Estimates' furnished, " ' Silver and Abimiauin FraaiesjJn- ;My "wife vvas sick wasTsere this Weelt to. altetid the the Kentucky Actuarial- - '.Bureau Williams, 'and nephew of Atty, G. carefully tempered. L5tu,s,.quote Ala., Iw.rites: ' gest selection m towaKyas.tyd. during the hot . summer montns on application.. ".'burrial of his nephew, Shipley L. was here Wednesday to inspect C. WUiams and Mrs., Cleo Brown, yeupricej teeyare'low. ; Free. YeareexgerjeB. tt .and I honestly ,believe Dr. King-Malone, was "born and Tate. Mn Wallin has been in the wireing done tr.Verubn; 1 'i.-'G- :- v : .t GQX: , I New Diicotfefy "saved -. her life. " Crdpr. " rEO. OVVEiM-"" .. .thestove business for many ye kfs , and in every case ..the workVwas ynere nenas .' J Goqd.forJchildren: '"' ' r-- - JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. V admiring friends has made a nice little fortune. pronounced 0.:K.;:- . . A. J. Fish has sold MT. VERNON SIGNAL LOCAL 79 79 furnished If You Bought Forty Suits .. - s 3 1 ' ALL-WOO- L V' Were 40 wouldn't 12-1- 3 Fish's $15 Specials suit out apt We them -- "We Stand What Buy." o-- I --- 1 11 - Sallee-William- . Antiseptic Salve The Helping Hand most bank start s . s 4. d- The Bank of what n- -- The Bank Vernon i i s J. C. MeCLftRY of-th- - . prLe . . Lawn -- H-rve- y Stanford, Ky. Williams, -- - " syhningv . .'- - - - ...: mvMM . . -- .r . .-n- ii d to-da- Ti&.&to'W&SS,&te.5S 4 ". . a Manufacturer? &" - all-kinds.- r' -- n .v.. - - -- by-fjess- e. -- iind wms0amL oc.-aMfLoo ' '"-''- J. C. MOORE e -'' -- . X vr ff. 7.S.V - &. . . ,.1J rf J- ' 1 S S . .' - ?t -- ..sSav :y. . --- .. vv ?v v" - hj - ' - f . '' -- v: . V v J. '. J J .r'- - -?f"SHwsB5e LEYEL iikEEH. HANSb'ORD. Barnes preached a very interesting sermon nt ihe grave yard near the home of J C. Rev James . 1 v-- ; ? VJ " km km - " mErmW " Amr v .fl"Y HkV " .BKfml "mrMasr&smummr mr mm M mm .ar lkmr Kw fm ikm mtfkmlkmmemlmkmWeTWi'emjkmJ r mwkwBmmkmw kmf sav sssTVHassv I it answers every beverage quirement wholesomeness. . re- - I m """ Li vim, vigor, refreshment, fs& It will satisfy you. Deman.l H ' '"" i. mMWmiEiSmlW I ickuames encourage substitution. the genuine by full name QEHiEjv PPRiQraS THE ,Wk you see an Arrow think of Coca-Cola COCA-COI- A COMPANY ATLANTA, GA. PbeneTer JgiBB Bf Chas.C. Davis Mt. VernOD Ky. DRUGS Chas.C. Davis Ml. Vernon Ky. My Phone No. is (39) thirty-nin- e. We' open shop at 7 of clock aim. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m. You are cordially welcome in our at any time during our shop hours. We don't want to sell you anything yon don't want7 but7 oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let us show youl place with Miss Martha r. barren. and Mrs. Sam Rowe spent SaturKate Price and Jalia Thonij son i are visiting friends at Mulhns day tugnbami Sundiy with Mr. Station this 'week. Miss Beatrice and Mis f S. Rone. Miss AnBro'lesof Plato, spent last Sun- na Cromer returned home "Saturday with her grandfather, Mr. .1. day, after Unending a week with P. Mnllins. D. R. Gentry hersibter, Mrs. leirl Niceley. Rev. , preached at Maretburg Saturday Mrs. Sarah Kirby and daughter-evening ard Sunday. Craig and Misses Martha and Fanniel spent Burton were here tiist of the week Sunday. wftb Mr. and Mrs buying hogs Mis Grace Brovl s Thomas Rowe. Misses Cora and and a Mr. Retd of Somerset, spent Jurmie Kincer toolr dinner with Mis J C. Graves last Sunday. Sunday with Mrs. J. N. Brown. Miss Mary Mae Lathitn is at home Miss Hester Cromer spent Sun from Langdon Dormitory to spend day with her parents near HopeMrjs. Rose Batren was the vacat'on Little Hazel Hatcher well spent part of last week with her guest of Mrs. Nora McKinney las grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Wm S mday evening. Mr. Melvin H. Brown. Hon. Joe F. Bos Wallen remains very sick. Mr. A'ortl. was thru th;s vicinitv first an-- i Mrs. Ben Cromer spert Satui of the week. W. T. Todd was in day and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Payne.--Mitchal- l Cress of Mt. Vernon one day last'week. Wabd, was in this part last week There were services at Mt. Pleas-m- d last Sunday conducted by buying sheep M. G. Kirby and Rev. James Cummins Miss Mat family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John McFerron. On Jun-2nt'"e Broyles of Somerset, is spend the death angel visited th ing the week with her cousin Miss home ol Mr. and Mrs. Sam RoAe Georgia Gentry Oscar Catron of Catron, spent Sunday with his sis- and took from their home their ter, Mrs. W. F DeBord- .- Miss dear brother John W. Rowe. He lara DeBord and Isabelle Ping was a victim of that dreadful di -ease Tuberculosis lingering alonj.-fowere in Mt. Veraon Tuesday. more than a year. He ws Mr. and Mrs. Edd Brown were about 35 years of age and a mem down from Quail Sunday to at ber of the Baptist chur.'h at Mt iend the singing at Friendship. He leaves a little PiSgah vlr. A. F. Lawrence has ben uffering very badly with neural- 5 years old, three brothers ai gia for several dajs. M.B. Jones two sisters and a host of frienls t was in Mt. Vernon last. Saturday mourn his loss, his wite who wa died eight Miss Katie Price was the guest MisS Rhnda Deaton, days before his death. She had tf Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Isaacs at been sick several weeks and a Bee Lick last Fridav night. The farmers are srettinir alon? nicelv the time of her death, she was ai with their wi xV and the crops are the home of her parents, Mr aid looking well since the good rain Mrs. Miiioji ueaton. one was a and was .ve had on the first. The sinsrintT true wife and mother loved b" a11 vvho knew her- - We will close at Friendship next ,can only say to those dear oneslef Sunday. behind grieve not for he who doetl all things well knows best and when he calls us we must go We I should be vrepared to meet them for Infants and Children, in that bright home wh re partThe Kind You Have Always Bought ing will be no more. Bears the r ! James Bryant of Science Hill, who is ttaching a ' siogmg at Friendship was accompanied over last Saturday bv his wife, they were the guests of Mr and Mrs. A. F. Lawrence. Misses LIPJDJ'ILB Oklahoma Oil Graves Southard spjent av Miss Nanne Saturday night Oppoitjmty 1 CASTOHiA flel 'Z r iCh.. t g eatest m ney maker and Okhliouni is iheg "eatesl tieid the United Sta'tS m the value of her oil productions, totaling weeKly. overSl.OUO.OJO income Gleen Pool and other Oklal oma Belds made millionaires rapidly when oil was selling at thirty five euts per ban el. Now the price is more than double Fortunes aie accumulated almost between the and hettingof the sun in the Mid Contiueut field of Okla-lom- a teat in ris-in- Oil is th- - 0l lib1 iiLLLUi(i)j ffaSW Bi PER CKN r AgclablcFrcpnralionronls stmilaiing HieFoodantlRcgula ALCOHOL. 3 For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought tingllteStoiracIisandficmlscf lifljatfgraJtffl P:orco!3s DIiesttonJCkerFiJ- - Bears the Signature of M( tVl rcss awl rsstContalns nei!lr OpiunuMorphine norJlicsral NOT NARCOTIC. jUxSsna-CO. AW In Wtienone consideis the Stal produces more th-$1,000,000 . week, tbatiWelhs can b djlled ii .rom six to twenty das and ofte. hese webs pav for themselve vitnin a wee after drilling, tha the owner of a single ,f. rty o eighty acres uf land frequently nas au income of $300 00 a da md that stock bought in Com jinv at $1 00 or 10.00 share tnany times worth 100.00 to 30l )0 a share within a year one' the thought. Anc bain reels at . et this is the history of many in the state of Oklahoma hat reads like some fairy tale fhegold field of Oa iforniain the! Jalmiest d ys ara left f r in tht 1 ftztfhSecd f wo ?K2qbi IhmSrrd- - ClcnCnl S&jcr Apcrfect Remedy for Constipation . Sour Storaach.Dlarrton VYorras.Convulsi(msJeveiisIr Tt a? Use For Over nessandLoss or Sleep. TacSimib Signature of fr'w VI -- Tile Centaur Compact, NEV YOliK. Thirty Years m iinmntpml undcrtheFoo Exact Copy of Wrapper. GASTORIA THC CENTAUR COMPANY NtW YOB CITY. ear; the great gold awikening in Vlaska is forgotten; the diamond leld of Kimlerley in South Africa ale into significance. n the history of civilized Nothing manlim las aided man in accumulating ortunes so rapidly as the oil and as interest of the great field in the State of Mid-Con-tine- ypax&. $ ?r&yiL&3Gft ? xxxpcx GRANVILLE OWENS I UNDERTAKER 1 Okh-10111- a. Brodhead COMPLETE LINH Coffins Caskets and Robes Mail. Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled Kv, CASTOR A Signature of CURES STUBBORN, tf. ITCHY CHAS. C. DAVIS Mt. Vernon Ky, THE KENTUCKY BRED INSURANCE COMPANY THE COMMONWEALTH Louisville. Ky. your Druggist. pieces" is often heard from sufferers of Eczema, Tetter. Ik-- and similar Skin Eruptions. Don't Scratch Stop the Itching at once with Dr. Hobsou's Eczema Ointment. Its first application starts healing; the Red, Rough, Scaly, Itching Skin is soothed by the Healing and Cooling Medicines. Mrs. C. H. Eiufeldt, Rock Island, 111., after using Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment, writes: "This is the first time in nine years I have bpen free from the dreadful ail Uuaranted. ment." 50c , at COMMISSION SKIN TROUBLES could scratch myself to "I B Tear m Tor Crnd-Da Tear Crttt-Crand-- DHnSSuV& HyBK"A d, D May - Apple Root to release.)! bile from the liver. M It griped those days but in the PODOLAX formula the. gripe has Tbeen taken out. Buy It and try It All used fMmYMWrJ WfM mWS'Su 9vVW TfiSSv JM 3)&7 SIBr KWoYtM Here even children of the white .'nuian and negro races who have no a small piece of land lelt totem thru the inheritance hat equently an income of 100.00 .0 $:JO0.0O per day from royalties-.vlnl- e the Oil Company that is their land is frequentlx naking 100 per ctnt a month. Linguage fails to express the realty and even ee witnesses can hardly believe the maivelou? acis of production of oil. A number of strong Companies ave been organized and are opar-tinAmong these is the Grea: We. tern Petroleum Company of Tulsa, Oklahoma, incorporated mder the laws of Oklahoma for de-elpin- g V&d$p$&CXl& ycVDZ&DZ&D: rrrrtr -- v&yc g. It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Voods, of Clifton Wills, 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. 1 wish every suffering woman would give j& $i.0-0,0- 0f vith a strong director-it- e Chil 'ren that ar effected by worms are pale and sicklv ?nd liable to contract some fatal disease. WHITE'S CREAM expels woims promptly and puts-th- e child on tee road t health. Price 25c per bottle SoldbyJ.hu Robis. Brddlua-Ly- . VER-MlfUG- E ERif SALE MAYBE SHE NEEDED IT. Mrs. Benjamin Irvin chargt her hushand with placing hei across his knees arid spanking fcei with a pire board because dinnf i was not ready. Twenty-fiudajs e ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT C. C.Sowder, Adrar. of W. L. " ( . Has this to say to every one that will only read it. .That procrastination is the thief of time and would like to cause you to halt from the hustle of business for ouly thirty minutes and think soberly and seriously and see if you are properly fixed as regards Life Insurance, Don't put it off until it is everlastingly too late, but take it now while there is yet time. Don't think you are not able to take it but think and see if your wife and family are able to do without it. Why not think as did Geo.F. Root, when he wrote that world renouned invitation song? Why do you wait my brother? Then why not attend to this matter at once without further delay? Call on. CHAS . C. DAVIS, our local Agent and let him show "yem our revised insurance plan. Very trnly, - THE COMMONWEALTH LIFE INSURANUe'cO. Sowder, &c, Plff. VS) Comnlissioners Sale Defts. Katie Hay's &c, By virtue of a judgment an? order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, Jendsred at the April Term. 1914, thereof, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentuckv-to the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, the 22nd day bt June, 1914, between the hours of 9 o'clock, a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., it bein regular County Court day, on a credit of six months, the following described real estate, located in Rockcastle County, Ky. , on the head waters of Brush Creek and bounded as follows: ' FIRST TRACT: Beginning at stone in Hiram Thompson' line; thencewith hie line 49 J E 60K poles to a stone;' thence K 14 2 W. poles' to a stone, W L. Sovkdersuoniar; thence with his' line N. 67 3 5 W. 69 poles to a stone; thence a division line S. 4 2 U. 8 poles to a stone in another division line; tKence with same S. 69 E. 22 poles to the beginning, containing thirty one acres and thirty roads. SECOND TRACT. Beginning at a small chesnut in Wm South's lot; thence S. 40 W 2 poles to a stone in his yard; thence S 68 W. 64 poles and 18 links to a stone, corner of Jesse Wallen; thence S. 69 E. 72 poles to a stone in line of thence N9W. 56 Jotham Brown's; J 1-1-3-- was what "hubby" go. of business men, three of vhom are experienced and practical of men, which is now olftring tOO.OOO shares of stock at the par alue ol $1 00, stock to be sold in locus of five slures and upward. Those who dtsire to know some-- i jg more of the great oil inter are invited to address B. I. vaugh, the Stock Sales Manager f the Great Western Petroleum ana lompanv, Tu'sa, naVe I q.iir es or get the p ibhsh d i erature of this Companv iing its holdings and other fa: s .nci figures as to the teal condition the o 1 interests in the State of ) Idaho in a. ts CARDUI a The Woman's Tonic I trial. and it always does me good." still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc, are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more th?n fifty years. Get a Bottle Today! 764 AijAYS LEAD TO BETTLR HEALTH in (lis a-'- c orders of ,the stomacn, liver nu The hes corrective kidnevsn preventive is Dr. King's New Lif Pills- - Thev Purify the Blood Prevent ConstioaMOn. keep Li er y Kidnevs and Howel in he-dt- l condition .Give yoU better heil h by ridding rhe system of fem-n- t ing and gassy foods. Effecthe and'mild 25c , at vour Druggist! Bucklen's Arnica Salve! for All Sjerious sicknesses s.tart i .mBsr.,fC ,E EYE Si 1XL EYE5-A- J30I23SW uw GOOD FOR THE ND EYES ONLY weak, dloa, atralned or congested, tbejr can be Keatly yet surely cleared, brightened, corrected and by be cleansing, beallne, Htrenstbenlnsr properties of AOI.K KY SAX.VJB. One 23c ,tHbo PROVES it. TOITK KTES are IIvJbkt lnsoa. If UFl WS Mmkmmmkmmm Best Money Maker in the World for Farmers, Grain Men and Engine Owners Makes money so fast that there'll be no more idle days &iW! after vou've nut in this ereatest little flour mill ever built. Makes high as 50 bbla. finest flour a dav. Do vour own milliner mill for everybody around you. They all use flour. And with this wonderful little -- Hurts 5 mby " r :! UNDSKTAKEE Ourjine of aCouch JCaskets 1 i. ?mmE3L 1 All Phone is unexcelled Hand-mad- e . poles to the beginning, containing ten three fourth acres. For the purchase price, purchaser must execute bond wth approved security bearing interest from the day of sale aHdjhavihg the force and effect of a juqgment. Bidders must be prepared to comply with these terms. .yG.S. GRIFFIN, Master Commissioner of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, i an-- 1 - rnBHHHHnili'nrKHMHVRHMfflHHSBIS! Spring Pigs will be vigorous andhealthy if you keep the sow' in condition with. The location of our factoir nvea u lowest freight from mill to factory, and from factory, to you. Git 4 bitttr Silo and siea7 by for catalog and prices. vmtinK u LOUISVJLLE SILO AND TANK CO. (Incorporated) IJUUotF. IMKIKU to-d- ay It has the only real continuous V door opening. Hoops made of tested steel. Hoops can be adjusted from ladder front door frame. Doors' made of California Red wood, "The Wood Eternal I 44 Sn ROLLER FLOUR MILL up a bte paying flour trade right In your ovm eam- You can quickly build munxcy. At a me cruwuiox aiiKcvciuci. v m.b w. iLmM Inventor. TattcraaJL. A guaranteea success uai revoruuoBKea ue mm- Ing business. A complete roller Hour mm in one small cat.requiaas. only one man and little power to make SELF-CONTAIN- Midget " Marvel -. A Barrel ol Better Flour Cheaper c Anlmai if- & C$3Cfc5r3: C$D3C? W offins furnished ffearse sent to all parts of .the County Fillecl 3 orders by Wire Promptly I W. A. COX,i 94-- S If you have the itch, don't scratch. It does not' cire t le trouble and makes thelskin blee ' ApoW BALLARD'S SNOW LIN IMENT. Hubitineenth o ihe effected parts.. Ik relieves itching j inslantly and a fewap'plication r. re-,- tnoimc PollcQ tVinc rvorfr-rniini- Pratts. Stkf aetiea CiMaleej w Mmc Get Prvtta Stoek Book AnindispenBable tonic 'before and after farrowing. Increases milk, improves digestion-- and the general- - condition of the little pigs. The best disease preventive. Refuse substitutes; insist on P H Conover " Dentist MT. VERNON, KY, Fron tRooins over Baker's Store Phone 4fl-- raach cheaper than tha largest mills. Grinds rye and back Wheat, too. Any one can operate it. No Pravioas Milling ExperieBca Necessary Get a, "Midget" on 30 days trial -! .money back guarantee. You ve nothing to nafc but much to gaip. "t iS. E&S&A'. Stti lit Tha YrnUA "Thestorvof a Wonder ful Flour Jaill" tellfflg what others are doing with it and waat yes. yourself. can do. AKGLO-AMEXKA- ,i BmIc T MT. VERNON, KY a permarent cure Price 2s 5oCi Sold by and $1 00 per bottle. J John Robins, Brodhekd, Ky, 8 LT)& GlARA.NTEED by btildreii Cry' N MILL CO.. 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