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Mount Vernon signal: June 19, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914061901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: June 19, 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. Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVII. MT. VERJSTOAT, Established 1887 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY JUNE '19. 1914 .AAAAaaa . DUMBER 35 "WAS ji? OVER ren, of Paris, who have been visit- ing her parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Hayse.have returned home- .. I. W. Catlin was with home folks Saturday and Sunday at Lebanon, Ky. Miss Mabel Niceley, who has been relatives at Berea has returned Lome. Capt. W. R Ddlon, of London was here Saturday night to hear Bosworth's vh-itin- :::::::::!"SSSSSSSSSSSS!!S!!aaa "H?!?:? :???????;? fffffff f f f f f f f f f f f f ' .. . S f f f ?f ' Ik jf- "" :i4 ff f " A The SHOE FOR YOU . 9 ( - i We have. the sizes Vv'e vatasaii snervsk know 'how Tl.etewere 117 attended Sunday School at the Christian Church-lasSunday. This speaks well for .Mr. G. D. Cook and Dr. Joyner, who are putting fjnh t speech. IM I Bbbh I I DIM w II II III II Good feet depend on proper shoe titling. lPforer fittintr is impossible wirhout knowledge, PLUS, V proper M.es :imi wiauis. Can you afford to experiment with ,!.! Your Only Pair of Feet shoeiu" them at a store that may In lacking in cither ( .of these absolute requirements, size and knowledge Ibv We have both Vy' ""' MJ 1 A!lVoo 't'jJ:W A "V A ) A I J all K &WALK For Men $3.50 to $5 FOR WOMEN 1 brand new argument for Clothcraft Clothes 1 SELBY SHOE Styles fhaf sef fhe pace This style in Women and Misses, all leathers, It means a lot to us, as well as to you, what make of clothes we sell at $10 to $20. If we don't Gfive you the best, we lose hundreds of dollars in possible business. Wheii we say " Come in and try on a Clothciafc Blue Serge Special," our c Mifidente i.s based on the absojute fact that no other line has brought back to the store so many pleased and sat:sfied old customers, effort tohae one of the best Sunday Schools in the com ty and . venre happy to know that their fforls are crowned with success .. We are glad We have people in our . town and community who take . such interest in the rising gener-AtioGrant Levins living about four miles from town was strlok en with paralysis Sunday, and died Monday His wife died about a year ago. He leaves s'x ch.ld ren, out we UiaD t UP are of tht-uo'd ouough to see Some J J. M( after the rest Sht riff Gam Mul-lin- s : ::::: was here Monday. Town Marshal Heliard is doing some very necessary work on the Mis, W. H. Cottonglm was at Pine Hill, Saturday, visiting rela . V. C. Tate and F. L lives. Thompson, Jr., two of Mt. Vernon's promineut young business men, were in town Wednesday The young ladles will give an t.. ce .cream supper touight( Wed . .ii? aesda ) the proceeds to be used for the benefit of the Christian church. Mr. and Mrs. Shearer, f Paris, are visiting Mrs. Shearer's sister. Mrs. Carico, of this ,)lace. Rev.Macmillan will preach it the Presbyterian church at everj- n. arn n st-eet- - BAKERl Stores i MW wv .... "!?? a s mi, vernon a Livingston - 'f'-K- The Stores that do the Business CAR letai $1.75 to $3.50 Come and see the largest line of Shoes inRockcastleCounty. 11 a. m. There's the bost proof of the value of Scientific Tailoring that first saves money and then puts'lf back into the clothes and adds an absolute guarantee. all-wool SUTTON & A Daily Glance At The Periodicals SUTTON & McBEE M IF 17 Mt. Vernon, Ky. land, Virginia and Pennsylvania. 3 per cent; but the principal of LI VINOsTON. reo. nizing the benefits of this the loan is deemed to have baen Mrs s E. Hel'ard, who ha adv.ucemen' enacted laws to per paid whenever the sinking1 fund, been very sick for so Tie time is mit the Federal Government to with accumulation of compound . extend thru their per cent, lowly improving. Well, Mt. Verinterest thereon at 2 ticil hac the electric lights and we 'NATIONAL AID TO This meant prosperity, and equals the amount of the loan." niagii.e the citizens of that towi appreciated its value. In , they GOOD ROADS" ire delighted, This is something fur foity yeats the hat every town should have. We Federal Government built roads The financing Mature of M: in North Ameriran nay never oe so fortunate as to An Article where it phased. The ppprnpn-- i Bourne's plan is the same, wih Review Magaziue. Koviewed CHENEY & CO . F. ,ation for the Cumberland Road, the addition of some feature that ave them but we know what we Ohio. J. So'd by Druggists, Toledo 75c. By CREDO HARRIS inisMrg by do'ng without them aione, was 50.auu.UUU. Later, it he deems necessary to produce ire Take Hall's Family Pills for con-- Mr. and Mrs. R. Gregory have stipation. was taken over by the Slates desired results. He for instance returned from Illinois after a two Much is being written at pres- thru which it passed provides for Federal loans to the week's visit with lelatives. ent about the building and maintotal amount of $1, 000,000,000 for Miss Eugene Fishback. of Ml. tenance of roads, and within the construction and apportionment Telephone Suggestions The foregoing little bit of his ih with relatives here. has been past week Louisville of f.is aid among States upon a Vernon, tory rue autuor gives to prepare flooded with large, flaring circubasis of area, population, assessed John Sebum has moved to his for a bill he has suggested a pioperty on the river in the lower To Toll Stations and County lars that urge the co opera t"u 11 o! i.rt ..... , ."valuation and rod mileage, ach . anu wtnctl is town. Orops in this secFones all citizens w.th the buildtrs of wit; baiuu lue.i, factor being given equal veight. pirt of abo'U as follows: tion are suffering for rain and un Highw.r a proj-- c The Lincoln each state will rece ve aid in He suggests that a State be per- Thus less we get rain in a few days corn ALSO TO to connect New York with San EXCHANGE FONES mitted to deposit iis fi.tvvear 4 accordance with its nee"s. crops and gardens will be greatly Francisco by a continuous boule This plan also provides, savs the damaged. Flmer Jones has moved per cent bonds in the United yard of exceptional and Where there are more than two States Treasury and receive the author, for aid in maintenance, into the McClure propeity in Ford construction. On the subject of face value thereof from funds ra'is- - eacn State to receive annually from Hollow. We were" asked the other fones on a line ''listen in" befci'e Federal aid to roai building, how the Federal Treasury an amount day what, had become of our friend you ring. Line may be busy. edbythesde of Governments ever, less has been said, aud in It is unfair to yourself and the per cent bonds, the equal to 2 per cent of the amount muss, we mioriiiea the pait the North Araer can Review of State bonds on deposit, pro-t'n- e that Mart had purchased a saw telephone people to send or allow to bz ret 'red w thout may be found an inter- Stite bonds vided the State expends a similar mill and was, cutting lumber on 'dead head" messages sent from t esting treatment of this b w;sepiyment of e principal other amount for crediti-imaintenance. than by Mr. Pi ey Branch We a.e camping your fone the States Jonathan Pourne, Jr. Toll stations or other fones in with the difference between 3 r Bourne sees in this idea aud it is on Mart's trail and will iuform It would appear that the idea of a matter of the ut- - our readers if he makes a move. placing a pay call with "central" and 4 per cent, together with national aid lor road purpose is no cent NO danger most importance-- 3 per cent compound interest on We know his intentions are to get should say "pay call," and give 1802, new. In OF the the following re- - married the first opportunity but name of caller and partv wanted. this difference. In other words, interest- - when Ohio was would pay the same lORK baruks suit thateach State he is hard to suit. Atty. E R This "pay call, George Thompson HlSTOY mitted to the Un- the States shall be left free to Gentry, of Mt Vernon was in our Pine Pill wants Joe Adams, Brod-head- .' of interest usually paid on ion; Congress in rate ' ' bonds, and the difference determine what amount of aid it town Monday C. H Rice is in eluded in this act a provision that State Subscribers on county lines in between that rate and thelowtr is to receive, thus eliminating ab Mt. Vernon today loading cross 5 per cent of the net proceeds of rate at which passing personal calls thru "ex solutely the possibility of the pork ties. J. E. Woodall, the Government bonds London the sale of public lands in the will sell would be credited to a barrel. salesman, was with our merchants change" or "central should use layState should be applied to the sinking fund which would, with Further advantages may be de- Tuesday. J. H. Walton is able to thU iorm: ing out and construction of pub"Will Warren, Brodhead . for interest thereon, amouut to the rived in the provision that no come to town. We hope he will lic roads connecting the Ohio principal in a little less than fifty State shall receive Atty. J. Roberts Pine Hill wants Will War Federal aid un- - lSoOU be mmself again River with navigable waters empyears. til it has established a State High - W' Br0vvn- - of Mt. Vernon, was ren Brodhead," tying into the Atlantic. This Always give name of place or In principle, the author says way (Joinmission was Federal money thus expend uih general nere luesaay on Dusiness. Hon. fone you are calling from. Th system of financing a- - supervision over tlm pvnpim th s is JosepbBosworth, pf Mjddl sboro. ed and the road to be constructed J mA the C. "f'-""-'- o . U.. J uiuuy years necessary, so operator will y UUgjauu uMLCu of funds received lro m the finv- - spoke here Saturday in the inter- is very where was an interstate i'ad. The obli' to call back to when know : ago in connection ernmenf, ana also that the bonds est of his candidacy for Congress. called gation was assumed by the United party is reached. with the pm chase Caleb Powers spoke here Wed Itates Government chiefly for the of landed estates SImilarto of the State shall not be accept Stations and subscribers who ENGLISH able if its total bonded indebted nesday night. In choosing be- State of Ohio, yet also for the i n Ireland and METHOD nessincluding those bonds issu - 'lween tw0 eV,ls we should alway make their remittances to Mt. benefit of ot'ier States When office should doso not later to the their resale e l e IesSer- - and we have to Vernon ed for national highway purposes Illinois, Indiana and Missou'ri tenants. "The Irish Land Pur- e a rePublican e prefer Bos than 7th of following month. shall exceed 10 per cent of work came in, similar provisions were Conversations over .wire are chase Act of ,903 contains the' oward insuring embodied in the acts governing efficient supervis worth, r. J. Niceley, of Mt Ver limited to five minutes. Extra w. w waa j J J -w P an in ion of road Pvn,.,;,,, j "on, was here Tuesday Mr. aud charge for overtime. Everyone their admissions, and the Western Great Britain. Under that act, "prevent such an excessive indebt- - MrS- L" M' Westerfield, of Paris, should remember terminus of this proposed road this and give up ., ,. ; Kv.. were hero tfrillsb securities are issu d. pHtipqc n o.;i,i tinc City, Mo. v,UJ was to be Jefferson " "'s"1 bearing 2i per cent interest, while of a State or cast 'uipair me creuit Monday, en route to Parksville. the line if requested to do so. ,. rinht Then the Legislatures of Mary- - the Irish tenants pay ' jKy.-Mrs- .Edd ; the loan at soundness of its bonds. I Quinn and child- - Don't monopolize the line. There 11 juris-dicJionsd roti'-equenc- DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURHD y local applications, as they can- portion o1' ot reach the diseased ;heeai. There is only oneway o cure deafness, and that is unconstitutional remedios. Deafnes is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eus acbian Tube. When this tube you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deaf ness is the result, and useless th inflama ion can be taken out am this tubi restored to its norm 1! :ondition, hearidgwill be destroy ed fnrpver; nine cases out of en are cau ed by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condiiion of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Huudred Dollars for any cJise of Deafness (caus-iby c atarrrO that cannot be enred by H; ll's Catarrh Cure. Send fo- - circulars, free. ,0AD HANDLERS Dealers with Wholesale Prices Ml :::::..;:::::;:::::::::::::: .;::::;::ss:::::::::::::: I -- z1 b.-aut- v non-tax.b.- e g -- p-- -- ad-iN- G DRY GOODS FURNITURE CARPETS NOTIONS SHOES FURNISHINGS & SHOES & SHOES CLOTHING HARDWARE HATS & CAPS American FENCE GROCERIES BARB WIRE PROVISIONS SALT TOBBACCO FERTILIZER WINDOW GLASS STONE WARE PAINTS & OILS Doors and Windows MACHINE OILS SCREEN DOORS QUEEN WARE SCREEN WIRE ENAMELWARE WAGONS CULTIVATORS TINWARE PLOWS STOVES AND FARMING TOOLS RANGES HARNESS and BUILDING PAPER SADDLES ROOFING ''aAaaa ! FLOUR & FEED U. G. Manager MT. VERNON I I ( GEO. S. Manager LIVINGSTON -- - BaSicr I Griffin -- - .- - lict-.u-pp- J are others. X " . -- f il. of liquor in MT VERNON SIGNAL the sale or rtnywhee disttict the eleVinta -""'v! Friday, June 19. 19 14 Published every Friday fa EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTIOtf ONB YKAR el e The people of the e e eoth dU trict would be doing violence to the will of a if it noiri uated a man to run for l (ingress, who would presuma lv favor the policy advouu d b the y , " syl m 1 iNUllCfc.. . l.l'l o. II Hi u 1, ltiuis again t the tite nW 1 ' From Dirt, Dust and Drudgery by Using DIVORCE YOURSELF $1.00 American Liquor Dealers Asi-ociation and Kindred Soue ies. - Combination Pneumatic Sweeper Release from broom drudgery from the strain of moving and lifting furniture and from the dangerous scattering of dust and germs that are raised by the use of the broom and the old fashioned carpet sweeper, can be attained by the use of the Dunt.cy Combination Pneumatic Sweeper, which, Jthough easily operated by hand, creates powerful suction force which draws out all the dirt and dust found in your rugs and carpets and at the same time the revolving brush picks up all lint, pins, threads, ravelingj, etc. THE DUHTLEY SWEEPERS are made in three sizes and sold : The quei-i- i m as to whether or Advertising rates made known on not all the fuiictioiuiM.-- s of 'he application government shall be ditnina e i an industry, that lattens nd MKMBKR OF ASSOCIATION grows insolently rich on the poer KENTUCKY PRK-?ty slmne and disgrace of our nti .unship is a real, live, v.tal i SJe Therefore it is perineu am. proper to invest gite and kn. w theattiutdu of candidates o 1 th s question, before deciding on be. fitness for the office tney seek In umciuiion may we .s tm The I oiusvilJe Post truthfully our result ra that we arenoi "li i , say.--: '"This concise review suffices to up mlavorolor agaiu.st thetrai. that pre dieates now 111 tne Held. refute the We are only seeking to express were created by vailing conditions the Democratic party aud Presi- our views, right or wrong as to dent WiUon. Tney were created questions ot policy involved that by President Taft and his itind is all. pat associates ai.d followers The The citizens of any community work he was instructed to do and or section are to be pitied rather refuted to than blamed who can mount no given power to do, He and his party hae a just higher m the scale ot good citizen do. penalty lor their betrayal of the ship tlun to delight in a dircj political people. We are passing slowly sntrrilous cunpaign ihru a seven 3'tar period of eclipse; whose literature, and stock in we are suffering from a suspension trade consists in nothing better of business enterprise, but the than spiteful denunciations of permarvelous thing is that current sonal failings and short comings. Shame on that party, shame on business, sound business, essential business, has been so little that candidate, who has nothing effected. The attempt now to better to offer the public, tjstu manufacture political cap til for vituperation and personal abuse. More'e the pity and shame that reactionaries out of the consequences of their own treachery and so many of us take pleasure in it. neglect wi I, v doubt nut, signal J. W. VaNWiNKle " Mt. Vernon, Ky. ly fail 14. r-3 t i Sowdtr. are be eby notified to ptodi.ee ame to me proU" oroven on or efore .1 ne, 22 g 14. i wilt near proof of claims yvinst siul decedent on the a how da'e and cotilii.ue the heart g rein dv ti.d'i until through. G S.Okiffin Commission t. The Coin ty of Rockcastle will pay $ co for t' e sirrest and eo-- i 1 -- TF you have - 1 of 'lie pa-tor pirties who killed an unknown man on top of vet Inn v Town Hill 'Ihis May 22. G M 1911. HA'LAkd. .I.R CO. mLy da 1 under a rigid guarantee for one year. You may try a Dunt-le- y in your own home for 10 days Free of Charge. Gov. McCreary has been asked 0 For more detailed Information write TODY to offer a reward for an equal jy DunJe, 6301 S.Stat,: Streat Agents Wanted itdj .i3ttc Sweep r CH.CAGO mount Co CASTORIA TEXAS A Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR KABO "The Lire Model s CORSET Style 6014 is an average figure corset, made of corded batiste. Finished top with silk embroidery trim. Has at rubber gore in bottom of back section,a lias very low bust and long skirt. Is very lightly boned. Has front clasp. Back wires have featherbone at tottorn. Has three pairs of supporters. 9H-inc- h J money carefully in buying your clothes, you can least afford to economize in getting your corset. You'll find exactly what you want in a Kabo The Live Model Corset. You'll get style, fir, comup-to-d- ate to spend your WOi UriK. NHINS8N N. CAMDEN ACCEPTS APPOINTMENT TO 0. S. SENAT TENDERED BY 00V. MCCREARY Hew Membsr Has Long Been of Identified With Develop- ment and Progress Kentucky and Aspires To Miliary Indorsement For the Short Term. Frankfort. Ky.. June 10. In response to the formal nutification sent by Governor McCreary to Johnson N. Camden, of Versailles, of Uie appointment of the latter to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy created b the death ot the late Senator William O. Bradley. His Exreceived the follow ins let cellent ter of acceptance fioni Senator Camden. "Versa lies. Ky., June 10. l'.Ut "His Excellency. Goernor James B McCteary. Kiankfort. Ky. My Dear Governor ilcCrtary. With greut iriutiiicatlon and with the fullest appiei-lutioof the to-d- The Texas Wonder cures kidue and blddr'er troubles, removing grauel, cures c'ianets, weak nni; all irregularities of the kidney-anmen and in boty women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of i.oo. One .small boltle in two months treatment, nd seldom tails to perfect a cure. S-for testimonials from his and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by Druggist. d Sues, 20 to 32. fort and lasting service from a Kabo; it is made for you to wear. It is worth what you pay at any price. : Price $3.00 SOLD BY A. B. FURNISH WHEN YOU WANT Gsnera! Merchandise GO TO Buck Kilby ssys tumble is Unnatural result of whisky, women and relatives. Farm Implements JONAScKENZlE T HiB 3 ' TO MAMMOTH CAVE Tuesday, June 23. A personally conducted two days outing. Round trip railroad fare from Mt. What Is The Issue? Under this heading, we propose to notice some of the i ems, dis cussed as an issue between the candidates forCoi greSsiiieti in the Eleventh district Senator Bosworth, who spoke in Mt. Vernon recently, referred incidentally to the taiiff, to the fact that, he had a brntner a Ueiin.cr.it, tc C. S. P.ittiisin who is tin a i rest uf 11 n. BOT WEATHER TOXIC AUD HEALTH BUILDER Are $ on run down Nervous Tired? Is everything you do an effort? Yon are not lazv you a e ick! Your Stomach, Liver, Kid neys, and whole system need a Tonrc. A Tonic and Health Build er to drive out the waste matter build vou mi an'l renew von strength. Nothing better than Electric Bitters Slut tda. Mrs Jamrs Duucar. Hi.ynesvil'c Me., writes: "Completely cured tne alter sever d doctors gae m up " 50c and $1 00. at youi I)riHg .st Bucklen's Arnica Sahf with vi hat the biimLurV bi oilier did or didn't do in the mat tot and also, the Senator, s record on the liquor business We offer no comment on these topics only to say that we exceed imjly regret, that Senator Bos fi ds it worth or any oilier man expedient to open up a chip'er in Kentucky history detail. ng the deplorable i icidents that led up to the arrest of Caleb S. Powers. It is unfortunate for us;ciiizen and voters of the eleventh district that the discussion of such themes serve to biost any man aspiring to offies within our gift. We digress for a moment to in quire what prestige or what qualifying fitness men are entitled to claim by reason of their partici pation in the incidents referred to Viz, The arrest, incarceration, trial and conviction of Hon. (J. S. Powers or Senator Bos worth's re lation to his brother, or any thing the latter did or didn't do in the arrest of the former. This chapter, and all the deplorable incidents connected therewith ought to be relegated to the dump heap of oblivion. We grant you fellow citizens that the Tariff is an issue always has been, and always will be, till the principles involved are prop erly understood "and judiciously apphed in justice and equity to the entire people of our country and the world. Therefore Mr. Bosworth or Mr Powers will be in their Hue of duty, when intelligently discussing the tariff question and its bearing on the rich and poor, the e high and low, the and the day laborer. "Good Roads" has been, a hobby in politics that has been ridden too much, to be fresh and vigorous and such "dashes" as it has been forced to engage in. It is not an isue in this cam paign, as every one is in favor of it who is capable of doing some independent thinking. The liquor question like the tariff is vital, it is therefore the duty of voters to understand what a candidate's attitude is toward it, whether he favors the manufac ture and sale o i or otherwise. The people in the district who pay most tuxes and who are most interested in the progress and well being of the whole people are opposed to legalizing multi-millionairEl-veh- couneciiiiii or Cut- -. our appointment as United Slates S n ator '"May sav that, hrwevcr unworthy I am to tve.ir the niintle of the gr at st ilea men who have to often r presented v in the United States Senate. am sonsl ie that In two (nullifications I may at least Ink my name with thehs in love for rr state and in the dcsiie to sere her well. "Short as mv term of omce will he. I s'.nll cpok. aB hest j Parli t0 dischaise Its duties with absolute f ilrness towaid all nd with the high spirit and broad alms which the larse and vital questions now before the nuntrv demand, w th the principles of the npmocratlc party as out I'neil In tlie Hiltlmore platform as mv 1 Ken-tu1 lilsh honor bestowed upon me. 1 aiop Vernon $4.35. Rooms reserved at Cave Hotel including board and trips in the Cave for $0 the total cost, 9 8s Special coach on regular Write or phone in ei trai-i Q5,L D R B!L IASILS H 3 7)3 o SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION L. .t !: t Ttething Ij. biet aiwnys have a hard time ot it when this process occurs in 01 we it her They not nlvhtve to contend, with fain 1 CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Junl 21st 1 ul gu ns 1, MARETBURG. In loving lvmemberauce of our friend and school mate, Lesttr Emerick who was brought hon e morning about 2 o clock cold and lifeless, being drowned the evening before at Hazard. Ky. Peaceful be thy silent slumber, Peaceful in thy grave so low Thou no more will join the num- last Friday "Tour FTVonov Icown how deenlv nm nd ha'" ptnrerne1 In our oid . ri.,"t"nnni wpKnre and It pleap me to th'nk that In mv nPP"int-rrpivon tnnv hnvo intended an pstieelal rpcocn'tion of thncp (he ro'ner stones o' the n'fi'"t n' onv state or nation "F1'tn'-- r'p'.'da1 to a'COTt vnxir nnno'nt """"t. I few' 1 npturnl declrp thit vour nrttpn should hp 'nf'o'.spd hv the ppop'o 1 hnv Tiopforp to pntpr the Aii"ii" nrlmnrv Tid o nsk thp pponle to pt ttiplr snt (r nnnrnval tnon mv ap noriTrpnt rrmi.n f'ne inrt elrrtlrR mo 'n- - tve rcpn'nrtor term, from T iin arl-piilO'- al it and tile bod unconv'oriablii. The best helj von ci i t?H's Hie lltle sufferer i McGEIiS FABY ELIXIR. Ii corrects stomach, cools and quiets the bowels and helps climes tion. J rice 25c at d 50c per bot tie. Sold by John Robhis, Brocl-head3oo.ce tr bowels but 'he stomach dis-orde- re $.50 Round Trip .50 Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves . Ky. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a. m ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. - 'hanks nnd npnrpcint'on prv einrp'p'v vpurs J TA'th tphpW' until novt March s ' I nf p found " dpnr tr N Pamrtpn " lonp: Ident'fled With Kentucky. th Senator Johnson rCewlon Camden has 'or nearlv a quarter of a century hepn ber 'dentified with educaThou no inoreour sorrow know. tional. Industrial the aer'etiltural. of Ken and political life tncky. and Is one of the state's Yet again we hope to meet thee, JOHNSON N. CAMDEN. most potent men of affairs. When the day oflife is fled Senator famden was born at Parkers-hur- . esied in txporimeutal uoik as fostered And in Heaven with joy to greet W. Va.. January 5. lSfi.". the son nf by the Kentucky Experiment Station at Johnson Xewlon and Anne (Thompson) thee Kentucky S'ate Univeisity. of which he On the paternal side Where no fare-wetears are Cnmden. and on the maternal he Is of Is one of the Trustees. His distinction as English side of shed. Scotch-Iris- h and Dutch ancestry. a breeder of thoroughbred horses and H's father was United States Senator the Intel est he displayed for the Impiove JUDITH an.-- ' LENA McCALL from West Virginia from 1SS1 to 1SS7 and merit ot the uieed caused his appolntmen A regulat morning operation ol from 1SD3 to lSfO. and was a powerful to membership on the State Racing Com the bowels puts you in fine shapt factor In the political life and Industr'al mission by Governor A. E Willson and He hnd for the day's work. If you miss development ofin West Virginia. properties, Ills reappointment by Governor James B large holdings coal and oil McCreary and Ins election by his feiloi it you feel uncomfortable and can and was identified with many enterprises Conunlfcbioners as Clialrmu i of the Board not put vim into your movement In connection therewith. As a breeder of Jersey attle Senatoi For all bowel irregularities HER Upon his graduation from Phillips Camden has achieved much success. lie BINE is the remedy. It purifies, Academy and the Virginia Military has at Spiing Hill faim a herd or about strengthens an.l regulates. Pncf Institute the subject of this sketch at- 11)0 purtl bred Jer&eys. principally Island 50c. Sold by John Robins, Brod-hea- tended Columbia University and after- stock, and he conducts a practical, paying Ky. ward entered upon his active career as dairy. Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ohio Interested in Education. River Railroad, a. line which had been Stnator Carrld-- n has ever displaced an RARE OLD TIMEPIE:E built by his father. He resigned this po- earnest interest in education, and at tr.t sition to become President and Treasurer recent session h- - was (Clin'on Gazette ) chosen Vice t of the construction company engaged in of the Southern Educational ConIn the Henderson in Clin- building the Monongahela River Railroad. ference to ton the passage of time is marked from Fairmont to Clarksburg, W Va.. who is now mcieed Hon Walter Page Amuassador to the court and the day's happenings are and continued so occupied until the com- St. James. His now famous barbecue of to the faimeis of Kentucky at "his great far'u timed bv an old clock that hangs pletion oi the l,ue. last summer was planned as an eduta-tlonHurries Kentucky Belle. in the office. It was made ill Ireevent for the tillers of the soil, It was while thus engaged that ho came land no one knows when but to Kentucky and married. In 1888. a fair It was voted by all who attended-a- nd and was bought in Yelvingto-j- , Daiess daughter of the Blue Grass. Miss Susanna they numbered into the thousands-t- ho couuty, i833, by John Henderson Preston Hart, whose father was Mr. Wil- most wonderful iich.evement of its kind yet undertaken by any individual In Kenliam Preston the The clock has been running famous Spring Hart,Farm, founder of the tucky. Hill near Versailles. eghty-on- e years and still keeps In Woodford County. After the death of his father Senator After a couple of yeaftf residence in Camden took up the management of vast standard time: John Henderson mining and Parkersburg. affairs, was a relative of John D. Hender- den decided toW. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Cam- demonstrated Industrial possesses and has make their home at Spring that he Inherent son of Rockcastle. Hill Farm, and In 1SU0 they returned to business iiibtinct. He associated himself this garden spot in the Blue Grass. whK h with the late John C. C. Mayo, and with now embraces 1,000 acres, upon which former Senatoi W. Watson, and formSenator Camden has, by producing the ulated plans for the wonderful developbest of tobacco, hemp, wheat, corn, oats ment that is progress.ng in Eastern Kenclover, timothy, alfalfa and some of the tucky. fleetest of this country's thoroughbred Senator Camden became actively Interrunning horses, fine cattle and sheep, ested in politics In 10U, serving on the. demonstrated that he Is by Instinct, in- Executive and Financial Stale Lteinociatlcj clination and choice a practical farmer Committees, the accomplishment belmr n who Is well versed In the science of swteping Democratic victory and the elec- -' farming and a breeder who has tion of the present state administration a eupeiior knowledge of blood lines and The following year he was Chairman of! BETTER DON A mating the Presidential Campaign Committee.-witSenator Camden Is a member of the ' a like Democratic victory. Kentucky Branch of the Farmers' Union Senator and Mis. Camden have two' and Is President of the Fanners' Union daughters Misses Tevis' and Anne, the Mill, the only mill In the latter or whom is at school at Margaret EVERY STYLE OR SHAPE HERE state. He is the pioneer alfalfa grower College. Versailles, and the former a very In Kentucky, and has been long inter- - accomplished young woman. to-da- v $ PKOPLRS $ BANK $ A Straw $ will Show the Way $ the Wind Blows! ll For Scratched I Tables Other Furniture and Interior Woodwork Have you Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the $ I PEE GEE rf W $ Restores the original beauty no matter how badly scratched or soiled it's a wood ttain and varnish combinedin one (Jomeain 11 Wnimt TVa mfwo nn.'i. Cold and Silver Enamel. All Sizes. Made and Guaranteed by PEASLEE-GAULBERT INCORPORMCO PEOPLES BANK there's a reason. $ An-dov- er d, Piesl-den- H"tl CO. Louisville, Ky. SAFE AND SOLID $ Eyery a n king Facility AMPLE RESOURCES $ For the Convenience of the People $ OF ROCKCASTLE COUTTV a' JOHN ROBINS Brodhead, Ky. t fc w $ $ PEOPLES HMHwnatwft mBmmmmmmmmammtmmmmmmmimm $ BANK $ $ a Paint is liquid money You spread it over your house and then sun, wind, rain and dust beat upon it in the effort to wear it out and get at the wood. Bye and bye you have to do it all over again but less often with - EV-r- j Pip1 live-stoc- k I Hanna's Green! Seal j Paint ' Swann Straw Hat gfegTXx, h J. FISH & SON . than with others. When you think of the cost of paint and painting, remember thta d is paint and two-thirlabor. It costs more to put on a poor paint than m, good one. Use the paint that lasts longest. one-thirds I WMcho5yjl3rJ-'v- v l For I Tiii Label J CASTORIA CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Onildren Cry FOR FLETCHERS FOR SALE BY L J B. NOE r 73 Mrs. B. R. Wihnott was .. ... l. nice shape by much use of lawn Or AMtKlUA VIS,"ng "er parents. Mr. and Mrs. McCall at Maieiburg from Mt Vernon, Ky Jme 19. 1914 mower. lay until Sunday.-- Mrs Fii I. R. Don t fail to see the Electrical We promised to tell our bov "u " . . UiU". "i" up "No. 79" wrer detnonst ration to he given at an friends something more about the . . , Jy wan toCotnmunt. T7Q ea ly date. 1UW unto, ami Boy Scouts of America. Those cute wtlti SIGNAL Ky. MT. VERNON SIGNAL' Triangle park is being kept in THE BOY SCOUTS - . - LoutsviLLC 4. Nashville R R Co. TIME TABLE. 4.59 p m 22 ucrtb..... 24 nortn 353 a m outh 21 South n:43 a to 12:19 a m J as. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. -- Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice as second class mail matter. PERSONAL lias no Sunday who would like to know more of which post office hours Have to wait this fine organization, teaches woodcraft and lots ot other t;ll Monday for mail. interesting things about ahletics Mr. Pulliuui ot the James Clark and animals and camping, or who Jr., Electric Co., will be in town want to ioin it. should write a next week with a full hue of Elec- - j Ietter or call on ScmU Na t s trie fixtures aud wid give daily F. Bowman, Mt. Vernon. umonstrations of the various apOr you can j;et a book telling all pliances, such as broilers, toasters about it and what it is for, with lots fans, irons etc. of interesting informtaion about Another curious thing about a how to become a Scout, and about girl is the way she will be scared woodcraft, scouteraft, campcraCt, to death for fear someone wi see life saving, health, games aim ata her in her kimono and then go leiics. patriotism, chivr! y and six-incstepping down the street other things every boy wants to in a costume tb.a.t shows mote girl know about. It costs twenty-fiv.rto ...,t i...' ,...j.. 11 ....., than any well regulated kimoua V.CI1I.1.I1UU JUll wrlll ll lll-- l :. IIUIU c New York or the Home ever dreamed of showing. Middlesboro 1 h e Ma-oiii- The Cleveland police are lookJesse Livesay is on sick list. ing for two Cleveland women, Mis. Georgia Kice is in Louis- supposed to be accomplices of ville for a few days. auto thieves. The poli e siy the The four cl ildren of .loe Norton, women are dessed in the height ot who have typhoid, are belter. fashion. What is the height of arrived fashion the kuee r the shoulder Miss Ruth Reppert Monday from Lexington school. blade? H. Davis the Livingston L. Elder A. C. Griffith will preach merchant was here yesterday on the funeral of Crate Evans, debusiness. ceased, at Raspberry on the Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Bowman are Fourth Snndav in July. On the with their son, S. F. Bo.vinan, for Fourth Sunday in August he wi'l a few days. begin a series of meetings at Pine Miss Willie Ftanci is assisting Hill, He has just closed a meetin the post c ffice during Mrs. ing at Raspberry with two ad Brown's absence. ditions. Roy Beasley Ins moved to house ANNOUNCEMENT recently vacated by Louis Cooper Mr.R.T DeGraw, representative in Asher addition. Burdoff-Brecke- r Co., of Louis John Hysinger was in town yes of ville will be at the Rockcastle Hoterday and we are glad to repot t tel until Saturday afternoon with him much improved. a complete line of photographs of Miss Myrtle Shuemake was the Lighting fixtures and mantles and guest of Miss Roberta Purcell for will hnve tl o e be pleased to a few days last week interested in that line to call at Atty. and Mrs. J. W, Brown are hotel or call over phone and he with Mr. and Mrs. J. Thos. Cherry will be pleased to at your Journal, Louisville, Ky. The National Council of the Boy Scputs has just held its fourth annual meeting in Washington, and some of the biggest men in thu couutryhad words ot praise for it Secretary of the Navy Daniels said that this nation would have a better type of men in the future as a result of the SGouts training-SenatoNelson and Chpp of Min neaoti, Johnson uf Maine, and others also spoke for It This summer Dan Beatd will have charge of the united Bulti-moiand Washington summit camp. He is one of the greatest experts in camp life in the world President Wood row Wilson is president of the Scouts, and ex Presidents Tuft aud Rpoievejl are vice presidents. Mr Jacob A- - R is", a great and good map. a few months before Jus death in New York qn tlje of last litoitth, published an Joth article about the Scouts m one ot the magazines called "The Outlook," in which he said: "I have quoted from the Srput law that the Scout is to W clean in body and thought, clean hab ts, and travel with a clean crowd' Clem sport puts up the bars aginst gambling, which goes bun in hand wnli all the mischief of lhp street and opens ihe door to every crime on the calendar. spit lb of the movement r e hon-oraty 1 at Crab Orchard today home and have you look over the Dr. P. I. Cheek stopped off yes line. Rememb.r it costs nothing terday and spent the night with to look.. So look them over. Rev. and Mrs. Macmillan. Adv. Louis Farmer, of Indiarapr.l s, Lights. The fol. owing dwellS. F is with his s;ster, Mrs ings, stoivs, offices, ttc. have Bowman lor a few days visit. bt en wired and lights turned on: Louis Miller has resigred his C. C. U illiams residence; E R. position with the W. J. Sparks Gentry, residence; W. j . Sparks, Co.. to take a place in Chas. C. residence a d office; A. G. Bart-'- breathes Davis dtug store. a e cll Th-ver- y U ally to authority, Mrs. Walter Miller will return to her home at Afton, OUa , Monday. Her mother, Mr. Tate, is very much better. Mrs C. I. Ogg, of Berea, is seriously ill She was formerly Miss Nora Maret of this place, a daughter of Granville Maret Mrs. Linda Benton and Mrs. Shirley Tate are at Brodhead for a few days and will go fr.m there to Millersburg to spend a short time. Mrs. A. B. Furnish and son, Ben Wanzer, arrived Friday night Mrs Wanzer, Mrs. Furnish 's mother accompanied them and will remain over a few days Cbas. C. Davis, who has been troubled with a growth on his face for sometime, had same removed Drs. Owens and Wednesday. Laswell performed the operation. from Edward Jones Canada Monday. He went to Lex ington Wednesday to see bis sister Mrs. Mamie Oldham, who is a patient in Eastern hospital there. Miss Marie Brock .spent Tues dav night with her sister, Mrs. E. S. Albright On her way to Denver Colo , where she will spend the summer with her brothers, Attys. C. R. and Elmer Brock. Mr. Louis Sandlin, of Kingston, Master of the G. A. R. post at Berea, stopped last week on his return from the Encampment at Middlesboro for a short visit with Mrs. S. F. his gand daughter. Bowman. Robert Hairy and Floyd Mil ler have bought a drug store at Miami, Oklahoma. Robert Harry who went to look the situation over two weeks ago is there and Floyd and wife and Mrs Robert Harry Miller will leave next Monday for their western home. We regret very much to lose these splendid youcg people from our number, but in their new home and new field of labor we certainly wish them the greatest success and happiness. ed lesson our boys need to t, cabin; Langdon Memoiiul and West, North and school and D rmitory; Mt. Vernon learn. East If this bo the quality of Gradad School; D L. Bry lit res- Sutli. j s service day, what to our idence; W A McKenzie, greater could any one render?" rant, Postoffice; W. R. McClure, Robert Harry and Floyd Mill'i' pool loom; C li, McKenzie, resB. Noe, store; E. S have purchased a drugstore in taurant; J R. H. is Oklahoma. Albright, residence; Miss M B Miama, Williams residence; Wm. PonUr there now and will be joined by stoi;Mrs. Mary Williams; resi- Floyd next week. The business town dence. Ilcusewiiving is proceed- is located in a flourishing the boys both being good ing rapirilv and with some half and dozen on electrical force a ma- business hustlers, it is predicted jority ot cur citizens will soon the3T will make a success in then undertaking. have lights installed. law, re-'au- ti W, J. . Newcomb. At Fort Wor'b, Texas, at 4 o'clock, Wednesday afternoon, June l?t3, Wil ham Jackson Newc.imb, eldest son of the lat M P. Newcomb, died of heart failure while at work in the offices ot the M. K. & T. railroid. He Jeavas a widow and three sisters, Mrs. James Maret, Mrs J. J. Lawrence, Mt. Vernon and Mrs. Dr. G. B. Lawrence, Level Green. Will learned the telegraph business when quite young and was put in charge of office at Samuels on Batdstown branch when fourteen years of age. Some years later he went to Texas and entered the service of the Southern Pacific road and worked up to cashiership of road atGalvestou office for the railraad and steamship line, a position he held many years until his heilth compelled him to seek a higher altitude. He went thru the great Galveston flood. On the njght of th flood he swam a big portion of the way from his boarding house tothatof his sweetheart, Miss Kate Hatnner to whom he was married a short time after the flocd. ihjodii i;.v i) The free days work on tho new fairgrounds Wednesday was a de cided success in every particular A nave fallen in many sections of the . State. The best rains have oc- cured in the central and eastern .actions of the state, and showers vw timitoi areas nave occurea in tue western sections. Dry Ridge, this week. Mrs H neat cutting has begun in the W. E. Gravelly and chilrcu are southern portion of the slate, and visiting her sister. Mrs. II. H. the indications are that we will HuUheson, In Middlesboro this 'have a record breaking crop in week. Willard Hilton, of Stan Kentucky. Condition is given at ford, and J. Thos. Che;r, olCiab 96 oer cent at the beptnniiv of Orchard, wore in town Sunday the harvest and it is now tot late afternoon. S. T. Proctor, ot Mt. for weather conditions to prevent v'ernon, was with his parents. Mr the maturing of a large yield of aifd Mrs. J. W. Proctor, last Sun-- 1 wheat of splendid quality. The day. Mr-- . L. M. Brown as vis- -' crop has but one danger to run itiug relatives in Stanford and mow, and that is, anexcessive rain uanville during the week. Mr fall while in shock. Rye has held Brown accompanied her home. its own, and the condition is given Mis I.iaie Storm, who h is bton at 93 per cent This crop is iu Duu din, Fla., for made. Another crop that several mo .ths, home now. is made and ready for harvest is J. W Owen had a good hoi se to the Bluegrass seed crop, which die Ust Satin day Miss .Judith will be large and of good quality. McCall wa- - i hug her sisters, Coudition of Bluegrasi is given at Mrs. B, R. Wihnott and Mrs. J. DO per cent. J. Albright dining the week. The corn acreage is given nt 90 Miss Luh Jones, of dab Or- per cent, while the condition is chard, was title yuesl ql Miss Liz stated at o7 per cent. The zie Stoitn, last Sunday Mr and drouth to a certain extent has efMis. F. L. Durham and Miss fected both the planting of the Hazel Reynold-- , of Mt. Vernon, corn and the condition of that were the gtitsts of Mr and Mrs. planted. The damage to corn, J. F. Watson, Saturday and Sun- however, is probably not very day. Services were conducted ' great, as the rains, that have fab the Baptist church last Saturday Jen sinoe tho first of June will and Sunday by the Pastor, Rev, remedy much ot the liouble indiD E. Allen, of Mt. Vel'non. Let- cated by tho reports. Oats, Howter Emerick, son of Mr. and Mis ever, with an acreage uf by per Z EmeMck, of Maretburg, was cent, hus suffered materially iu drowned near Hazard. Ky , Thurs condition the latter dropping to 74 day of last week, and his remains per cent. A rain would help the were brought to Maretburg the oats crop some, but this can not following night and buried in the possibly be a heavy crop this cemetery there Saturday after- year. noon. Yoi)ng Emerick wi)J bathTohacoo beds have suffered in a ing w Hi a number of his measure from the drouth. Lack of in water about fifteen feet moisture has prevented the transdeep, and it is thought that heart planting of plants at the proper failure was the can-'- !, a1? he sank time, and there are complaints of to the bottom the first time, and the plants getting too large for was nut seen anj more until fished transplanting. This damage, how out about two hours liter He ever, cau not be considered as very w is employed hy the L. & N R. serious. Condition of Burley R Co. find was making good, tobacco is given at 86 per cent, and We understand thjtt ho ban ju- -t that of dark tobacco at Si per taken out an accident poh'cv for a cent. Sro 10.00 made to hiy payable Alfalfa and orchard grass are 11. a her The parents have the both given at S6 per cent and have -- ympatln of the entire communi not suffered as mucli from the tv in tins iheirsaibfcbu'eavemont. diouth as young clover and tiino' Bob W.re. Ehsha "Maduox, TJ. B thy, whiGh show a condition of 73 Cass, a d John Payne, who wont- per cent. Potatoes have suffered ed in the same crew with young materially dropping to a condition Emerick uccompini d'the remains of 74 per cent Garden conditions horn1. A. J. Vaughn died at his are given at So per cent. The home near here last Thursday and prospects for a large lrutt crop his nmivu were buried at the remain good, but the strawberry Christian church cemetery Friday crop was cut to about 60 per cent noon. He had been couipluiiiinir for of a crop as the result of the dry some tune but few thought his condition at maturity. Indira condition to be serious until a few lions are for a large blackberry weeks ntro he was forced to take crop, this being given at 96 per his bed Uo dual with tuberculo- sent; grapes at 87; apples jH; He was the father of nineteen peaches S4 pears 72 aud plums 7S sis children, nearly all of whom and per cent. their mother survive him. R H All live stock is in good condiHainui aud C. C. Howell have just tion comparatively speaking, with received new buggies and harness lambs beginning to show the and are ivady lor the fancy turn ol short pastures. Condition out at the coming fair. of horses is giveu at 95 per cent; cattle 94; hogs 91, and sheep and lambs at 90. Young turkeys have FIX UP THt FtNCES suffered much Irom the heat, their condition being given at 82 per cent; ducks at 90. and chickens :.- -- week J ' I I TO - THF PIwuliv. IRIir iiiu I a "" I ; ""-'"'im- Two laws passed by the last Legislature and which have gone into effect this week, deserve special mention and I feel it my duty to call the attention of the public, and especially young men and boys to these laws. One is kdown as the pistol law which imposes a penalty ol "fifty to one Hundred Dollars, imprison ment from ten to forty days and disfranchisement for two years, for the first offense of carrying a deadly weapon concealed on or about the person and from one to five years in the Penitentiary for the second offense. I expect to enforce this law to the letter, if possible, and if I can do so for FISH'S WANT I 0, , 000 J HATS We will give you 25 cents for your old hat OLD ' prac-teachin- g tic-all- y .-it for the four years I am County Attorney, T feel that I will save some ones life and maybe more. The other is the cigarette law, off the price coin-pinion- s which imposes a fine of not ex ceeding live dollars for each ofnew summer fense, lor a boy uuder eighteen years of age to have in his pos session a cigarette or cigarette paper. It also imposes a line from one to Five Dollars on any person $1 to $3 smoking or using a cigarette in OR any building used for school purposes, or upon school ground. The same law provides for a fine from Ton to Three Hundred Dol. $4 and $5 lars for any person selling or furnishing such a boy cigarettes BR1N(J US YOUR OLD or cigarette papers, and that if the boy will tell who furnished HATS TO-DA- Y same that the prosecution agains' i the boy may be dismissed. It 'We Stand Dy What You Buy" makes it the duty of any Peace Officer to immediately arre-- t any boy caught with cigarettes or papers, and take him before the di court to be dealt with, and any xaiqrfsiajttass!; officer failing to do this is .subject The Home of Good Clothas to a fine of Five Dollars for each offense. I want to call especial attention of the Constables and Town Marshals to this law and ask thorn to e with me r- -. zzr n soothes and h:a!s a rouzh r. n p'.i'.i.ini-- a v. henrepeaied,qa.ckK effects in the enforcement of sime, and 1 -E ra, Lryi pelas. Ie:t:r. L'.cersand e v e.d t j its curat. ve properties. all kjD they will render the rising gener50c. a bo r. At all Druggists. Srnd f - ; .aaall sk Hcall.. nd Beaatr ation a service of inestimable JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY & CO.. Spring Garden St., 1730 PhiU., Pa. value. fc 1 L. --i 1 Very truly. 1 fi a. E. R. D ENTRY. of any of our STRAWS Panamas O-- :- '. 1 I mwiui-iBvil III IJLJ Ski 1 JrlPsX et-fec- ts The Helping Hand you can most surely depend upon in time of trouble is your bank acBetter start to acquire a count big one by depositing what you have in The Bank of Mt. Vernon .L. PI fifty foot seclion of the Amphi- at 95. theater was taised, the stumps and brush from over the entire grounds were hauled ofiand burn ed, and four teams di splendid worn ou the track. A well drill ing outfit was set to work, and considerable progress was made i this direction. Ou account of the extreme dry weather, work on the track was greatly hampered, and it was proposed by J. W. Moore Chint Lear, W. H. Andeisou and R. L. Smith that another day be set, and that they would bring their teams, and dirert their attention to the completion of the track. The day will be announced later. The rain that fell Wed ties day night made it possible to do good wotk with a roller Thursday afternoon, and the track is now ready for the free day proposed by the four gentlemen. Much interest manifested from start to finish and every one worked like he was working for himself at home. Late in the afternoon a number of ladies drove out to the grounds, and served cake and lemonade and it requited no proof that it was greatly enjoyed. John Cress, the 1 1 W$&??' f v . k :"--J Taken as a whole, the wheat, hay and Bluegrass seed crops are assured, while the corn and tobacco crops are not injured to an irreparable extent. Seasonable weather cau yet make this year a prosperous one to the farmer in Kentucky. of thinking before You'll Find the nece-it- v paving a mat Incentive to savin When trouble comes what you hae been prevented from frittering away will make a comfortable balance . The Bank of 3EM A IVIt. Vernon What about that last shave, hir cut, shampoo, or massage you got Before your sto-:gets out or at Cox & Wheeldoti's barber shop? somebody's else gets in, We Did it please you? It so tell others have all the in iterials right about it, if not tell us. Cox & Wheeldon, next door to post office. here. LEWIS JJ at Law J. C. MeCLARY Attorneys 3l UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER American Wire Fencino- For past few years they LOGAL Boone Way Opera House is putting on some fine films and is re ceiving a gooa patronage. FOR Sale: Second hand Buggy sell cheap for cash or trade for stock. F. L. THOMPSON. t) have been located at Edgewood a suburb of Forth Worth where a profitable business in breeding and dealing in high class fancy poultry much of which was shipped to a number of states. For past two years Mr. Newcomb in addition to his duties on his poultry farm was filling a responsible place in the offices of the Missouri Kansas and Texas railroad at Fort Worth. Mrs. Dr. G. B. Lawrence, one of his sisters was visiting the family ot M r Newcomb at the time of his untimely taking off; having left Kentucky about fir.n of June for the Lone Star State. It is batti r cleaner and not any ots safer, We also have hummers, more expensive than the old coal posthole diggers and staples oil lamps. with which to put it up, all of He May Mean Just What He Sas have half a car of hogs all a standard mtike and the best in their line. When in need ready to ship. How about you for the other half?" Advertiseof FENCING give us a call, ment on a gate post by old Cull. C. C, COX, Opposite Court House, COUGHS AND COLDS WEAKMt. Vernon, Ky. EN THE SYSTEM Use electric lights - Just received a car load of Offices in Bethurnm Bldg. Will practice iu all tie Courts 'I Stanford, Ky. 'C. MT. Williams, VERNON. ATTORNHY-AT-LA- Preachersville stock trader, was present and offered to donate the best sheep from a drove of three hundred then on the grounds toward a dinner for the next working, and no doubt the next occasion will be made more enjoyable e if possible. Misses Kate and Poynter and Mrs. A. S. Biand-erburof London, were the guests of Miss Lizze Storm during the Lu-cil- g, Mount Vernon Monumental and weaken the system. Loss ol t weiorhfc and appetite generally WORKS follow.. Get a 5oc. bottle of Dr It The month of May was an un- King's New Discovery will stop your cough. The first usually dry one in Kentucky. The dose helps. The of ana best medicine 'VljJEALEK crop reports coming to this office tor Stubborn Coughs, Colds and in Marbles and as of June 1st show that there til Throat and Lung Troubles. Granite Monuments of a.11 - Mr. O. H. Brown, Muscatine, was practically no rani fall in KenEstimates furnished kinds. tacky from May 8th to June 1st. ' A,a' writeS: "My wife was sick during the hot summer Almost every report speaks.of and jhonesxly believe Dr months on application. Kings mt uruum. uiu uiu uaume up 10 New Discovery saved her life." GEO. OWENS Tropr.-PonJune 1st, has not been serious. Good for children. 50c. and $l.oo 1L2 Since this time copious rains at your Druggist. Crop Report As Continued Coughs, Of juiic 1 tQtd. Bronchial troubles and depressing Colds and KY. On 2cd. floor The Bank ol'Mt. Vernon , on Chur street Special attention give to collections Phone No. 80. j to-da- y. Manufacturer FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles and Eyeglasses for $1.50and up. Gold Silver and Aluminum Frames. Largest selection in town. Eyes tested Five. Years of experience. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. COX BROS. STORK FOUND! e J. C. MOORE HKJ riUHMuil IN THE DISTKIUT COURT OF Tti I J U N J TK I) STAT IvS 0-f . j i li O v. P EW KL L LIQUID Oklahoma jiwomansuiiuK- - JffllaiisDrmk-f- ir ' f) ' FOK uhe kastk;n' d.stkict KENTUCKY ok ; --. 'v& "ft v ::&&. . j Win Niceley bnd a c.rn hoeinj? -- Mrs Ji 1m N'c hit u edne-da- M i IWMMIHU iff myn "1 -- feffisfflgr verikvdus Jcuik -- 'SsSffX vtis,jS; CH. X V- jmA r -- W SV ,"" ' V '-- S) . : V.- "Ji. VV. . . ' ,1i- W igorously good delicious. and keenly Thirst -- quenching a and refreshing. Pi The national beverage ---a- nd yours. , A Demand die genuine by full name Nicknames encourage substitution. Whenever you see an L. f TTJC ,x TWA fYl m ,. fflMMflWY v.w4... . - . - .- - - VJ ,f 2&.ma,- Sim IT K-. t r. ftrs r.v v?F v.-t - i 31 Atlanta. Cn '('llIB Arrow think of Coca Cola. -f np? ,'A n Lhas.L. uavis j ffl' ,'!JUiif-V'l.- V .M.'f.' :;' -:--'. '.TB.ii.; fv-- i TT.tf: Chas.C. Davis Ml. Vernon Mt. Vernon Ky. JU1 Ivv. My Phone No. is (39) We open shop at 7 of clock thirty-nin- e. am. and run open shop till 9 orclock p. rn. You are cordially welcome in our place at any time during our shop hours. We donft want to sell you anything yon don't wantt but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let us show you CHAS, C. DAVIS Mt, Vernon Ky. i THE KENTUCKY BRED INSURANCE COMPANY THE COMMONWEALTH Louisville. Ky. 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 only thirty minutes and think soberly and seriously and see if you are properly fixed as regards Life Insurance. Don't put it off until it is everlastingly .too late, but take it now while there is yet time. Don't think you are not able to take it but think and see if your wife and family are aide to do without it. Why not think as did Geo, F. Koot, when he wrote that world reuouned invitation song? Why do you wait my brother? Then why not attend to this matter at once without further delay? Call on C1IAS. 0. DAVIS, our local Agent and let him show yon our revised iusuraucb plan. Very truly, THE COMMONWEALTH LIFE INSURANCE CO. Ul igfi fly hs& a Lssa g i fH Ira Sis) s uuexcelleti Hand-mad- e ir-- Our line of Couch Caskets 'offins furnished and three fourth acres. For the purchase price, purchaser must execute bond with approved security, bearing interest from the day of sale and having the force and effect of a judgment. M Bidders must be prepared to comply v with these terms. ' G. S. GRIFFIN, i Master Commissioner of the Rockcastle Circuit Court. HEALTH auction, on Monday, tins 22nd day of between June. 191-the hours of 9 Serious sicknesses Mart in diso'clocic, a. in. and 4 o'c'oek p. in., it orders of the stomacn, liver and being regular County Court day, on a kidneys The bes correct ive and credit of six months, .the following preventive is Dr. King's New Life real estate, located hi Rockcas- PidsThey Purify the Blood-Pre- vent tle County. Ky., on the head waters of Constioaion. keep Liver Brusih Creek and bounded as follows: Kidnevs and Rowel in healthy Fl RST TRACT: Beginning at .stone condition Give you better health in Hiram Thompson's line: thence with his line 4 " '4 R GO 'A poles to a stone: by ridding1 the svstetn of ferment thence N 14 W. poles to a stone, W ing and gassy foods. Effective J,. Sowdet&c ner; thence with h'.s line and mild 25c , at your Druggist. N. 67 3 5 W. 69 poles to a stone; thence Buuklen's Arnica Salve for" All a division line S. 4 2 E. 8 poles fo a stone in another division line; thence Hurts with same S. C9 E 22 poles to the beginning, coutaining thirty one acres and thirty roads. SECOND TRACT. Beginning at a small clipsnut in Win. Smith's lot: thence S. 40 V 2 poles to a stone in his yard: thence S 63 W. Gl poles and 18 links to a stone, corner of Jesse Wallen; thence S. 69 E. 72 poles to a stone in line of Jothani r.rown's: thence N 9 VV. 56 poles to the beginning, containing ten . d 1-1-- Kmney spent Mondny with het Oil a In Bankruptcy, fa'her. Win. Sowder. John Spencer Muliin-- ) Hanks of Lilly, whs in this Opportunity On this 9 h day of Jure A. D. Sntur !;iy of this The larn.ors For Infants and Children. ryi4, on cunsidf rin.i the petition wt are very busv harvesting - g eatest money make Oil is thof the aforesaid haul rnpt ior dis their wii-vi- t ftud tbe v heat ciop i Kind You Have and Oklibotna is the greatest ti el charge, filed on .he 2 ' day of June ox'r i yoi d. Hmier arcl Shirle. in the United Sitaw S in the valu A u iai4. n is ord.-ie- d by the Carmieai spent from Fridaiy unti! Ktcoy Bought court that a hearing be had upon Tuesday with their sister, Mr-- . of her oil productions, tot ding U UUO income . weekl ALCOHOL 3 PER riKN--p Ksr-ieve' $1.000, healue on i4'h day of July Stove Carpenter at Mt. Vornon. (leeti P)ol ai.d !?ra-AVcQelablcPreparaiionfonVsother Oklahoma A. D 19i4. bef.iv s.id Court at l'he hfle shower of rain that fieh s m de millionaires rtp'dl skiiaiiuuns incrocdandReguta Jovuigton, i . district at lo fell list ftiturri-iImgUicSionuichsandBwielscf night was glad 'l rt;m selling at thirty o'cl icu in the forenoon or as n; r lv welcomed by the farmers, an' ac& fh per l.nel. Now tht- - pr ce Signature tlieeto as prc ic.ol., a ..I that it a great deal of pood to th( is m re Ulan dmible Poitnno are iotice tlnrec f be publi.-e-d i time old ladies Pnmofcs Dirfcstionlkerllr bean patches Mis.' a ctiruululed almost betwten the ner.s end Ri;st.Ccntatas ncithrr in the Mt. Wrnon Signal, a news Jsahclle Pinp will teach the -2 sun n h Op:unt.Morp!ifee norilirral v. V26 ..ap-'.L.d in said di and at, th s place this ear It is bet nti.ig and settingof the NOT NARCOTIC. Mid Lontinent tield oi Okla-nom11 knb ' cveditus and o h r per third term. Miss Pinp- L--a .ooi great Recipe sroidiksiininnsm. fe!32.. persons m imeiet nay api nr at p r an( seens to pive preat siitis Vv lien one considers Jn$.iaSaJ thi Stat s.idti.re and pl.ee and how faction Well in ll the historv r'rVC c use, if any they have, win the of on. p .s' liv s we can't remem produces more Una Sl.000.0u0 veek. that wells can b"drdh'd n p ayer of aid petitioner should ber of ever Seeing f a sn inner Va7. I'.'imi six to tWciitvdays fiid oHe smiad- tot be ptanted. a- - this one has been m far, it is al ChajntSOfl. yneitlcrr. hcStf wells pav for the:nseiv WITNESS the Honoroble A most r'anperous to work in th ai" er dr.lling. thai .vitiiin a wceic Apcrfrct Remedy for Consflpi a ii M J. Cochran, .Inde oi sid heat of the day Fear of g.ttu.: il,(5,-tion . Scur Stonach.Dlarrtioca iho owner of a single f rt o Court, and the e.il thereof, at sun stroke Rev. Charles Carmi-ca- l tti n. eighty acres of land trequentl id district, on the 3th London in s Eifei! of Sleep. filled h:s regular appointment ;as an income of SodO 00 a da' racSiniilj Sinnrare of day of June A. D I014. rififl f nt Olive Saturday and Sunday. ind that si'ock bought in ' Com W WKNZIFS. Clerk. J. Well by some mean we bird y km?" "tOt) :it $1 00 or SUJ.00 share Bv S W. Stackv, D. C. cin ell why, but tbi-- i bus been the The CnKT.un Compact, hSy worth$100.00 to.'iif-)limes NEW YORK. ,Sc? best year on firmers that have a share wit'un a- - year oiie'-.n.-i.MtMtvSiJirr.WV.l.9 bees that we have seen for year.-aII tf fft Af'I Vir. rel j at th tho ight. A k Sjo llHei. Vsi'ti U lhe hees ae so 'ich and doin. For Infants and CMldren, I Ibis is the history cf many inso well, it seems that every housi ft 1 Mil j32p nnarantccd undcrthe t'OQtf, B 11 dividuals in thi stat- - of Oklahoma The Kind You Have Always Bought keeper could have several stand. fy:.r '.de litre s me Exact Copy of Wrapper. of bees as they are but lt.ih ;'):!t ieuds Bears the crrr. TMC CCHum eoMNT. Htw YO d field oi Ca iforniam the i Signature of There is a cenain fei!ov f r in tht nalmiest divsara left in this neighborhood that is a cm renr; tie great gold awdcening in A r" :o s. ha ' s J'eil'ag, s didate for matrimony, but itseems diamond f ene ?nd ro'is "o .ed mia-cIthai there hae been very few Alaska is forgotten; ibe . & tield of Kimlerlev in South Africa -n rfii he'elieved '1 w s.irp weddings of la'e, but t must b ,)fompUie. h r .' H''HINK. in the fault of the girls. Little pale into significance. Nothing &' The firit doe s vnDun eniPiit in the history of civilized mankind few dos?s pj's tem in fine William Car mica I spent Sunday has aided man in accumulating vigorous co'id'Mor). x(oc. evening with Master Hassie Nice-- 1 j .'ortunes so raoidlv as the oil an old by .lohu Rob:ns, H'c.c't'ead y who is si ill confined to his gas interest of the great Ivv. room, but is slowly impvov:nj of Oklatield in the State from 9 spell 01 fever and other The roses of Ky ecall Love's messengers of long ago. d seises, which have held him homa. Here even children of ihe whii The' frap-anc- -i is as sweet as down for three mouths. Mr. Indian and negro racrs wuo lnv Jesse Manis died June 10th after when COMPLETE LTNH Ke whispered . "Dear, I love you an illness of several months. He iiiri a small piece of land lelt i Coffin. Caskets and Robes ha leaves a wife and tive children to hem thro the iniwitam-so. "' A Mud. Telegraph or Te!e The steps prow slower thru the mourn his loss. Mrs. N.itcy frequently an income of $100. 0( to S;jO0.0() per day from r ys!itie.-wndProcior of Pine Hdl, spent 'i'h years. (inoiie o'tieis rroiupnv that is the Oil and Friday with hr da ph-er The heart heats faint in life's F fed their land is frequently Mrs. Ja.l? Murray at thi ))l.ice late bonis, a monih. c ;t -- making 100 per Cent Yet memo-- y waves a magic wand Wm. Nicelev- is on th- xer Nice'ev and chi'dren Language fads io express fie real yc Vrtr&nsr&er & r& c Atsihtof lune'sfair, fragrant Mrs ity and even eve witnesses can o Mt flower-- -. spent Monday and maivelous Tues.'jiv wi'h s itbia Js;ct-le- y hardly beleve the CURES STUBBORN, ITCHY lues of pi o.:uc ion. of oil. at th:s p ace A number of stroag Companies SKitf TROUULES "I could scratch myself to have been organized and a re opar-atinpieces' is o'en he.rd from sufferAmong these is theGient m ers of Eczema, Tetter, It h and "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have reWc-terPetroleum Compn.v of similar Skin Eruptions. Don't ceived from the use of Thedford's writes Tulsa, Oklahoma, incorpo at(o Scratch Stop the Itching at once Toar "- If Yeci ilTteS-Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills,, Ky. tinder the laws of O'danoma for fl vith Dr. Hohson's Oint W Tour SByvJl $i,0o0,00n with a "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, ment. Its fiist apphca-ioj stats strong d rector-at- e jKo5v'l All used May - Apple liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht Root to releasehe Dal np; the Red, IJouph, Seal v. tl itteyyTdl of business men, three of V bile from the liver. mvSVS Itching Skin is soothed by the saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, It griped those days' whom are practiVk Healing and Cooling Medicines. but in the PODOLAX Jjl cal of men,experienced ardoffering they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's V formula the. gripe has 2!lfi!3y which is nov Mrs. C. H. Eiufeldt, Rock Island, Black-DrauV. been taken out. made them break out, and she has had no "Jkt iflO.OOO snares of stock at the par 111., after using Dr Hohson's Ec Buy It and try It. V JT more trouble. I shall never be without zema Ointment, writer: "This is value of $1.00, stock to be sold in ;he first time in nine years I have dIocks of five shares and upward. 'open tree from the dreadful ailTliose who desire to know some-hin- g Children thata-- ' by ment " Guaanted. 50c , at more of the great o interworms a.'e p.deind sicklv and your Druggist. I'ab'e Lo con.act some ' a lal dis- ests are invited to address B. J. ease. WHITE'S OltKAM VER- Waugn, tne Stock Sales Manager C0:L7iI8S10NEI'H SALE MIFUGE expels worms promptK f the Great Western Petroleum ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT 5f in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizziand puis the chdd on 'ee road t htaiiti. Ptice 20c per bottle. Company. Tulsa, CKhhonn. and C. C. Sowder, Admr. of V. h. ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar Sold by John Robis, Brodhttid, make inquiries or g t the publish Sowder, &c, PUT. has proved itself a safe, ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht Ly- ed li erature of this Couipanv VS) Coimnissioiiers Sale Katie Hays &e , Dc'ts. giving its holdings and other fads reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. By virtue of :i juilgiucnt and order of ino figures as to the real conditioi If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black-Draug- ht. sae of the Roekcastle Circuit Court, of the o :nie:ests ia the State ol FOR FLETCHER'S Jendared at the April Term. 1914, thereIt is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e Oidanoma. of, I slui'l proceed to oiler for sale at I years of splendid success proves its value. Good for the front door of the court house in Mt young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Vernon, Iiockcastle County, Kentucky OT ALWAYS LEAD TO BETTER to the highest and best bidder, at public f In tin; malti-- r j j s j t ! The te Always ? - s-i- J Bears the cf vh-no- nv-cent- s Ay A. y d-- ar,v r- H 1 r kn-nv- trt a - -- : jt-eS- , a-- Ifv In i'-S'- f.-- r .i -, Use k' ::H .1 For Ove v Thirty Years i n s LI 11 V Ell il rrrJiJtt LY-eg- c- i.-- k :C;MP yr3c3$-- .j63pqp!Cc; s bv GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER P-'c- e Mid-Contine- to-da- y 1 Brodhead tB-i'4e3'f-5T- i - &i!JLH o e it..-da- v Co-npan- g mmsffii&m f -y-- fmm&&j; ffW - -- I s V-rn- on rcfcoccoc g. 1 Saved Girl's Life Black-Draught," -- raTf-ftS E-ze- ma trF NSWVI vS-jlv gh THEDFORD'S 1 AUGHT Children Cry C ASTO R A 1 GOOD FOR THE ylGLE eye SAC t EYE5-A- SC J. fJ-6- T530I23PS jrno IR HD EYE5 0HLY TOUR EYES nro lenses. If wtok, turn, siraineti or coat-sted- , lhey can be erontly yet stirvl.y cleared, brishteued, corrected and by io cleansinsr. lienllnc Mtrcnctlienintr properties ot AUI.i: K"E SAI.V. Oua 25c tube I'HOVES It. ' pr sn 5 Best Money Maker in tht "World for Farmers. Grain u Spring Pigs will be vigorous and healthy if you keep the sow in condition with 1 The location of our factory give us lowest freight from mills to factory, and from factory to you. Git a httttr Silo and Save money by writing us for catalog and prices. LOUIS VIU.E SILO AND TANK CO. (Incorporated) to-d- It has the only real continuous door opening. Hoops made of tested steel. Hoops can be adjusted from ladder front door frame. Doors made of California Redwood. "The Wood Eternal." Men and Engine Owners Makes money so fast that there'll be no more idle days d'lSVJ after vou've Dnt in this createst little flour mill ever built. Makes hieh as 50 bbls. finest flour a day. Doyourovra milling mill for everybody around you. They all use flour. And with this wonderful little ROLLER FLOUR MILL You can quickly build up a biff paying floor trade right in your own com tnnnltw ! a tYta .ijn U'Ut aflltlavatnanf w f ttlA frtVUt JvTKrllel . aw Mnrm a,liM.I wiivua UV &uut,j scb..H mill inventor. Tattersall. A guaranteed socccis that s revolutionized the miU- i only one man and little power to make SELF-CONTAINE- ATALUgCb D Ak. Ad. A" V A .I.Hjtk F. lUiSYItLE A Barrel of Better Flour Cheaper' jtfflyjtt-- i 'Regulator pail $3.00 Animal jccgeaoaccBaocgBatGEjeaocy SSe, SOe. $1.00; 25 lb. v Mil m miM era. lJrBBPTreiTBe All rIearse sen! to all parts of the County i j orders by Wire PromptlyvFilled wm m Phone 94-- S MT. VERNON, KY m m I. effected parts. It relieves itoning Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back nrla.itly and a few application re ! I Get Pratts Stock Book aioves the causo ihns perforniins: pmermanent cure "Price 25, Soc SOLD & GUA LiAMTEED by ard$l.co per bottle. Pold by. C- - UAVIS j ohn Robins, Brodhead, Ky. ApDlv BALLARD'S SNOW Rub it in Km1v on the ' LIN-IMENT. scratch. It does not cure the trouble and mak s the stin bleed If you hae the itch, don't I ventive. Refuse substitutes; insist on An indispensable tonic before and after farrowing. Increases milk, improves digestion and the general condition of the little pigs. The best disease pre- P. H Conover P Dentist MT. VERNON, KY, Phone 49-S- much cheaper than tha largest mills. Grinds rye and buck wheat, too. Aay one can operate it. No PraTiooaMilllnt Experience Necaisarr Get a Midset" on 30 days trial money back guarantee. Ycu ve nothing to rials cut much to gr.ui. -- "5 Pratts. icayjy Children . FroatRooms over Baker's Store g iWIAH SaAtw TMi Free Mt fnl Flour Mill" tellta what others are doinir with The story of aWoader- - " S. CASTORIA L FOR Cry FLETCHER'S it and what can do. AHCLO-AMERICA- you. yourseli. HILL N CO., Inc. 517 Irot Ml 0wtaW. It--