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HKODliKAl) Mrs. Lin'la Uentm, and daughter, Mrs. blurley Tate, of Sweetof in water. Teuti., Jwith til questslast V Watson Mr. and Mrs A M. Friday and Hialt an.l A. J. Huggaid vwre at Laugful'd, JolineLLa, Pine Hill and Fiiday looking Mt. Vernon last getafter the telephone buMness. H. 03a. L. Tharp of J unction C ,tv , was in DEAFNESS CANNOT BE LI J iNGsTON. Thursday of last vveeK hav-- , town CURED ' ing some improvements done on v by local applications, as they canJ a his iMain stieet property. J. G. Mrs. C M. Griffin and daughter f not reach the diseased portion of Riddle & Son. of Walnut Grove, M ss Emma, of Rennick, are vis- theeai. There is only oneway haebeenin town several limes iting Mis. Sam Stahvorth. A to cure deafness, and that is by lcUely with d. view of moving their party con posed of ihe following cons'itutional remedios Deafness i Milling plant to tnis place, and we visited tae Salt Peter cave on is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of up-to-d- ate uudersiand that a deal has been Crooked creek Suud-v- : Mr. and tachian Tube. When the Eus-this tube is The Lire Model" effected wan J Thos. Cherry of Mrs AJahlon Summers and two inflamed you have a rumbling fir, comCORSET Crab Orchard, and that the mill ?ons, Bradlev and "Homer, Mr sound or imperfect hearing, and fort and lasting service Style 60M is an average figure corset, will he located just North of town and Mrs Tommy Jones, Misses when it is entirely closed, Deaf made of corded batitte. Finished at from a Kabo; it is made top with silk embroidery trim. Has a and near ihe copper Greek rail Letha and Virginia Summers and ness is the result, and useless the rubber gore in bottom of back section. iuflamation can be taken out and for you to wear. It is His very low bust and long skirt. Is a title this road crossing. Mrs Georgia Mc Frank Dees. AH report very ligfati boned. Has tror.t tube restored to its norma! clasp. Back wires have featherboneat worth what you pay at Clure of Living-ton- , was the guest time. Thomas Elliott has put up condition, hearidg will be destroy5ttoniL.Has three pairs of supporters. Sizes, 20 to 32. any price. of Miss Tetnijeat Ward last week. a butcher shop and groceries J. ed forevet; r. ne cases opt o en Price $3.00 of the M. Foure has rented a room on are caused by Catarrh, wh ch is B( Mrs. James Anderson v rothinj but an intlrtn.oj . Hiatt .section, died last wees. Main street and pat up an ice of the mucous surfaces Sae Lad been ma very critical cream stand, While Livingston is We wid give One Huudred Dolcondition lor several weeks opera a moutttdn town, surrounded hy lars for any case of Deafness (caustjou was performed by Dis. Car Si creek, river and hills and no ed by c atarrh) that cannot be terand Gmvely aboutthree weeks fill'mlnv lmirl ufirtti nipnlinnincr enred by Hall's Catarrh Cure. ajio, but she was in such a weak- jet it is one of the most business Senu for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO . ened condition that little hope was towns in the state according to its Ohio Sold by Druggists. Toledo 75c. held opt for her recovery. She is size. We hejieve there are more Take Hall's Family Pills for con .'aid to have been a Holly Roller goods sod re than any otlier stipation. and their Divine Healer exhaust- town, double its IflUe. Wagon ed all his faith in trying to restore jads after wagon loads leave here The New Pistol Toting Law her to health and when ourdoctors every day besides the goods that The following is a copy of the weie calL-- trhe was in such a con- are shipped bv rail. If any dis near anti-gutoting law which dition that she failed to respond to pute this, just come and watch went into effect in Kent-ck- y, Juue the treatment. A er.y pretty our merchants one day and our 16: lesson should be learned and that decision will be yours Charley Be it enacted by the Geneial AsAnderson of Mulhns fetation, was Pray'' is to "Work as well as sembly of the Cammonvvealth of Mrs. Mary Skjrviu of Dry Rjdye here Tuesday. U G. Bflcer of Kentucky: Ky. is the guest of her daughter, Mt. Vernon was here Tuesday on LE OELD , EL!A That Section i309, Kentucky nunit cms MiiiS Myrtle Brown of Mrs. J. M. Adams, this woek. Statutes Carroll's Edition of i3oo. JSJiss Eila Carton is in Lexington Pai'Ksville is visiting her cousin be stricken out, and in lieu thereof a ?!Ph li this week in the interest of the Miss EJ!a Mae Blanfo-d- . the following Section be enacted. Girls Canning Club of Rockcastle. Wilson and Miss Lucinda Dees Section 8o9. If any person Mt. Venvui lat Misses Etta ('able and Clyde were married i YOURSELF shall carry concealed a deadly Wa son were taking in the shts Thursday, Mr Wilson is from From Dirt, Dust and Drudgery weapon upon 01 about his person a Mammoth Caveduting the week J .ickson county. Thev willle.ive by other than an ordinary pocket Using a W. H. Anderson ws viMting for Illinois in a few days to make Unite, or shall sell such weapon to 1. W. Catlin h imetolks last Sunday. Albright their future home a minor other thau the ordinary to get aud J. C. ChildtesS weie in Crab Br s. were heie Monday pocket knife, sucn person shall Combination Pneumatic Sweeper new wheat Sep r.itor. Mr and Orchard Friday. Capt. W. R. upon convic.ion. be fined not le-- s Release from broom drudgery from the strain of g C. Thompson of Mrs. Dave Ti.otnp-i.and son Dillion and L. and lifting furniture and from the dangerous scattering than fifty nor more thau one hun El er,J ot Par s, motored over London, were in our town Mon ot dust and germs that are raised by the use of the broom dred dollars and imprisonment and the old fashioned carpet sweeper, can be attained by SJuday and spent a few hoius with diy- - T J Pennington and sou !! in the' county jail, TV '. nmMZi'WC: fl&HfiL n euseot the uunt.cy Combination Pneumatic T for not less a weeper, which, Jthouoh easily operated bv hand. Mrs L. B. Cab'e and h s bi other. Arthur, wtre in London Sunday, ' j m1 .tvxtv rsystm thau ten nor more than loity days creates powerful suction force which draws out all the dirt J. T Unnrj was in Louisvillo K. C. Thompson -- Miss Bettie and dust found in your rugs and carpets and at the same Mil mK time the revolving brush picks up all lint, pins, threads, Dauvill-- , was the l.tierptrt of last week. Mrs in ihe discietion of the cou.t 01 Caltlivell, ol jury trying the case. If upon the raveling!, etc Mrs. L- - M N vu JouUius is- - in Paris lor a few guest of Mr. and THE OUNTLEY SWEEPERS are made in three sizes end sold expiration of the time in which Brown last week Mrs. Maud dav.s. Mts. John Shearer, ol under a rigid guarantee for one year. You may try a Dunt-le- y judgment of co tViCtion could be in your own home for 10 days Free of Charge. Sproule and daughters, Misses Paris, after a few d iys visit with no supercede as bond her sis er, Mrs Ah in Cnricohas superceded, For more detailed Information write TODAY Bessie and Frankie were in Loui his been executed it shall be the Ville last Satu day. returntd home Mrs. John Mul-lin- s duty of the clerk of the couit Uncle John Sowder died at the has ruurned from a visit with Duntla, Pneu .iaticSwcep-- r Co residence of his nephew, John relatives at Wikhe. Mrs. James rendering the judgment to at omo CHICAGO S. SUitc Slrcrt 0501 issue and caused to be placed in Sowder, near O.tawa, last Thurs Neal, of Irvine, is with relatives day, and a buried at the Sayers here ior a Ioa-- dvs Miss Nettie the hands of the proper offices for burying ground on Satu i day Farlej of Pineville is vis ting her execution a capias profine and it shall be the duty of said officer to morning. Or, VV. E. Gravely si ter, Mis, Robt Mink. -- Mos.s was in Middlesboro the first of the Brady spent a few days in Louis- execute at once said writ. l'KOPUtS $ HANK $ $ Should the officer in whose p. week. Mrs. Graveley and children ville the past week. J. E. hands said capias profine shall who hid been visiting her sister, Drummondslelt for Knoxville and come for execution, fail or refuse Tue.-da- y will Show the Mrs. H. H. Hutcheson, there ac- Ashville, Tenn. for a to perform the duties herein pre few days. Mr. companied the doctor home and Mrs. H. L I Blows the upon conviction there Wm Crank died at his homo near Bourne lnwe returned (r m a few scribed and $ for. he shall be fined not less than $ here Monday He was a soldier dts visit in Omcum iti -- E Igu nor more thau fifty dollars in the Civil War, and was about Hurd was called to Hamilton. O ten The offense of cairying concealseventy ears old. M is. on account of jhe illn ss of his Tyree, widow of Fount Tyree father. K. J. Lemonds Ins re ed deidly weapons denounced in of the the Wonderful declared $ died at the home of C. C. Sutton, turnf d from a ten days vacat ou at tnis statute is nereoy any persona high misdemeanor and Monday, and was buried in the Pari, Tenn Mrs L. H Davis $ Christian chinch cemetery, Tues is visiting relatives at Berea.--Lo- vi convicted uuder this statute of the day afternoon Sh issuivivedby Oliver has purchased a house offense of carrying concealed upon one son, James Tyree, and two and lot irom J. E Woodall, price or about his person a deadly $ daughters, Mrs. C. C. Sutton, and paid $250 and Henry Mahaffey weapon shall be disfanchised aud such conviction shaU operate to M,ra Sol. Northern Mr. Riley has purchased a house and lot Owens, who lives with his son, H. from L H.Davis for $500. Dr. execute such person from the right $ G. Oweus, near Spiro, is in-- very W. T Amyx bought a milch cow of suffrage for the period of two from the date $ critical condition. He is suffer from A. T Feathers, price paid yearsperson convicted athereof. Any second ing Eyery king Facility eancer We 90 ear,, s can fromlive but a on his time. and Baker will are informed that J, W time under this statute shall be not move into tht property short He is eighty-fou- r vacated by W. H. Mahffey -- John confined in the penitentiary for a years old. Mrs period of not less than one nor Mary Albright has been suffering Lear of Carico, was in town a $ more than five years. the Convenience of the People $ for the past three weeks with a this week. Mm. Baker of sprained arm. She is some better Mt. Vernon was in our town MonOf ROCKCASTLE COUNTY One Lone Germ one leic inursday day. Marshal, Hellard arrested iui jjieaent. morning for Lebanon Junction Jeff McClure here Tuesday chargBreeds Millions 1 and Louisville where she will visit ed with selling boose. Mrs. S, E 1$ $ $ $ relatives and friends. -- Brown and Hellard is slowly improving J PEOPLES $ BANK A sare or cat lets the germs underthe skin. Craig shipped three cars of lambs H. Walton, who has been very ft you don't stop Its breeding there will ba millions In a tew days. this week Lee Williams and sick for some time had a very bad Slop the Breeding With DR. BELL'S Harve Prewitt were here from attack Tuesday, but is better at Garrard County the first of the this time.- - The hot dry weather Lf.JJf.1l It stops the breeding at once. It keeps away all week on account of the death of is certainly telling on the crops in other terms. It soothes and heals as sure as you use It. A 25c box will prevent hundreds vv. A Tyree has this locality and if we don't get ot dollars ol trouble. v.r.ink. ,vm Tell It By The BaU" been quite sick this week. Brack rain soon the harvest will be light Duiham was down from Burr, Our old friend S. C. Franklin "Wednesday, to'see Dr. W.F. Car - Vas here Tuesday and informed feeling, less t r. Brack is on the sick list. ' us that our friend Maret had his of A bilious, half-sicenergy, and constipated bowels Mr. and Mrs John Cress.- - of feeling., ruffed at him; that he can be relieved with surprising yrfjf PfJt i ki yjH I l J t) ;i IfjJIJjuJfJTH iMyiiafaJiij-ilui- lJ ujalkyuaajjAsij Preachersville, were the guests of had got so he would hardly speak promptness by using HERBINE. Mrs. anl Mrs. A. M. Hiatt. Wed- - to him. and would never stop for a The first dose brings improvement K"!laL-15jTfwSSaajsassJE58 fsSvMW j " JVi a few doses puts the system in fine nesday. J. Thos Cherry was conversation. We will have this vigt rous condition. Price 50c. here from Crab Orchard, Wed- - to sav while the war was at its Sold by John Robius, Brodhead nesday, to close a deal with Mr. bitterest- Mr. FranUlin was Ky. TF you have to spend your money carefully "llll It f KABO 9Ji-inc- buying your clothes, you can least afford to economize in ting your corset. You'll find exactly what you want in Kabo The Live Model Corset. You'll get style, Riddle for a null seat. Everett laughing in his sleeves at him Watson and M sun ice Pn.clor are Now he is singing a different tune, panning in Living-tu- n tin v eek. S . yon see its all in whose ox is J L. Haty, ohm ot L' vd Green's gored. We can now set back and best farmers, was in town Wed watch the proceedings of the batnesday and was initiat ! a st .ck tle. As Mr. Franklin and Mr. holder of the Brodhead Fair Asso- Maret have been lite long friends, ciation in ihe same class with we ugget that the pcace com- le...; John Cress and J. Tins Cherry. mittee that hr.s been trjingto E .J. Ford, the Danville Piano settle between the U S. and Mex man, was here Tuesday icobe brought to Mt. Vornon. -- . ! 3 9 S Pi g '53 fais H El & s . & JLgjM Jsm A. iiij- Mk. -- V HHw A mv . "9 -- so 3 ;om. ' 3w ' j h SOLD BY A. B. FURNISH WHEN YOU WANT n ::::..::: ' .. IVernon Livingston General Merchandise CO TO Farm Implements JONAS ,McKENZ!E THE " . 1 1 ... ... ... ... ... r i .:::.-.:.:- " d n E S The Stores that do the Business -' Tr-rnr-m- vT DIVORCE CARLO AD HANDLERS netai : !: zXunia2i Dealers ' with Wholesale Prices ? ?? ?? mov-tri- ffilKftftKS :. iK'Mp i: ' ;:: i J?! ;i -J ! i '. :j : ;; .BBBSi -- Agents Wanted A Straw Way Wind Have you' Noticed Growth Lt-athi- a PEOPLES there's a reason. SAFE AND SOLID an AMPLE RESOURCES For a few-day- s DRY GOODS FURNITURE NOTIONS CARPETS 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 QUSSNWARE SCREEN WIRE ENAMELWARE WAGONS CULTIVATORS TINWARE PLOWS STOVES AND FARMING TOOLS RANGES HARNESS and BUILDING PAPER SADDLES ROOFING Use Us n FLOUR & FEED U. G. Antiseptic Salve SS ' GEO. S. Manager LIVINGSTON k tt&iitmJr Baker Griffin Manager MT. VERNON ? PP9WBt v' "MT VERNON SIGNAL Probably no other insect cause?, moie damage to the wheat crop e w t in the United States than the Hes-- 1 Friday, June 26. 1914 sian fly, although tln-rare cer tain years when the chinch bug j Published every Friday by exceeds the fly in its devastations EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. During the seasons when the fiy ; $ is especially abundant hundr ds 6s --- ' m ? 5&23& $I.OO of thousands of acres of wheat e UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR sr m a .? j&vs? 3 s 8 mg & may be either total'y destroj'cd or Advertising rates made known on so badly injured as to reduce the yield 50 to 75 pei cent. The amplication monetary losses run far up mt the millions MEMBER OF ago there A number of vears KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION was in Kansas geneml between grain dealers, miller-an- d farmers to restrict the ravages of this dangerous insi-According to their own estimate over a million dollars were saved bv ptc nipt action and thorough I I Cm J& R EDITOR .1. V. Barrall, of tbr iiitasures. This year the Dei-ar- t 94i I p ,5 I 3 I uu m m m i Shepherdsville Pumper News, in ment hopes 10 serure general c lecturing newspiper critics, speaks operation thruout the country i his mind as follows: combating the pe-t- . There ate newspapers of this coun Indications that its ravajres ma "The try cculd cause civil war at any be severe. Already in Iowa ard time if they jrave their readers all Oklahoma there have been threat-- e the news. Instead of crying ung outbreaks of the insect. down your paper try to help it up Not only are Federal and State It rejoices with you in yotu organizations of the Government hours of gladness and mourns with co operating in this campaign but you vh n the heavy hand of sor- other.-Micas the National MiVal Lies are being opportunity offered bya Clearance Sale means a lotmore when you know row is laid upon you. When you ller's FeJeratiou are working to mistakes the paper keeps secuae bettf r control over thf make they are offered reduced prices. offared, and silent or trys to ma'.ce excuses foi Hessian fly. The individual you, but wh n th ; p ip :r in ike i a wheat grower is asked makes to send Ir's here are the same goods, the same reliable well-kno- wn we have been to the values mistake you come out with scorch- samples of infested straw before regular, all the year 'round good quality. It's just our selling sit much higher pr'ces ing criticisms If you are as good the middle of September, and writer as you lead others to be sooner if possible, as alter tint easily answered too. as to why you can get them so much lower cost lieve you are, send in your raanu the fly will have hatchelan' script; if ou are not, hut hiv entered into the wheat. believe you know conditions have not been right to make brisk business to enable us to clean then been talking thru vi ur h-Late sowing of the seed and eive) in oider to up our seasonable tock a- we should. So we've made a. big cut in prices (giving you the protiN that wed therv -for the sake of consistency desist, burning of the stubble when not and Winter good-- . clear stock and make room for Fall l'ns ! A A. ? ..t (iiscuuiiuiie, mfc 11 uui, ijuii. ii seeded to grass or clover are the only measures known to dite that extraordinary figures and add the difference to your Here's your chance to get several months supply NlCHOLASVlLLE NeWS Las this rare effective in controlling tht to say: bank account HeShiau fly- - that is. for winter forget Some men are quick to wheat growing sections. In the the loyalty done them by news- spring-whesections, late .seedpapers and the Kind things said ing will not apply. On the con of them at very critical times. trary, the earlier it is sown in the But the world is full of such in spring the less it seems to buffer grates, especially those who ask from this pest. public favor A more detailed explanation o Men Shoes for Men Ladies For Boys Skirts late sowing for winter wheat to BEEN INHAS YOUR WHET 5 and 6 Walk-Ove$3 75 avoid attack by the Hessian fly .$20 00 Suits now $12 48 $S O'O Suits now 10 00 values novy $2 50 China Silk $5 93 $5 98 si 49 HESFECTED WITH THE 4 50 Walk Overs 3 69 will be given in a subsequent ar Suits now 18 50 11 98 7 50 values now 4 98 HO Suits now 4 48 6 2 00 Voil 139 3 25 4 00 Walk Over SIAN PLY? 17 50 Suits now tide. The present article is mere U 48 3 98 6 00 values now V, 98 1 50 Voil 5 00 Suits now 98 3 50 Beacon 2 85 ly an invitation to the wheat grow15 00 Suits now 10 48 3 79 5 50 values now Farmers Invited to in De1 25 Voil 3 50 Suits now 2 48 89 3 00 Beacon 2 49 er to help the Department in its 8 48 12 50 Suits now 3 48 4 50 values now struction of Pest That Is Liable to 1 00 Voil 98 2 50 rMiits now 69 campaign. The post card to be 7 48 10 00 Suits now 3 75 values now 2 98 3 50 " size- up to G Cause Considerable 98 1 Lot woith up to $10 L 98 Damage forwarded the farmer, contains 49 75 Voil Low Shoes for enlarged illustrations of the fly in to Crops This Fall Knee House Dresses OXFORDS A: PUMPS its adult and also its "flaxseed" $3 98 $5 00 Values now Washington, D. C. 6 Women's Underwear 98e state. si 50 values 4 00 Values now $1 19 2 98 $1 50 values now 89 $3 and $4 values "Has your wheat been infected 1 00 S3c 1 00 value 7V 3 00 ValutN now 1 98 alues now 4Se 75c Union Suits HOT WEATHER TONIC AND hxr tha Uocciin ft r tliic coocrm"'' 3 00 values 2 48 1 50 Values now 39 79c 98 50 values now 1 00 Kiinona 39c 5'V Union SuiK HEALTH BUILDER is a question that the U b. Dei 2 50 value 198 1 00 Values now Are run down 79 23c 35c Union SuiN partment of Agriculture is now T.red? 3'ou everything Nerus an Is 2 25 alues ou do 179 Handkerchiefs and Caps 15c Union Suits 10c asking farmers. The information effort? You are not lazv you are Low 1 Big Lot Shoes and 87 doz handkerchiefs to go 1 00 Hats now 79c is desired that there may be sick! Your Stomach, Liver, Kid Cuts up to $3 50 for 9Sc at just one half price. 3i)c 50 Hats now Hosiery general co operation between at neys, and whole sstem need a 2 39 3 00 Huts now 1 00 Caps now 79c 1 98 concerned in reducing the devas Tonrc. A Tonic and Health Build 2 50 IIas now er to drive out the waste matter 13c 30 doz 25c values 39c 50 Caps now tations of the fly. There is ever) huild you up and renew your 98 1 50 Hats now 9c 25 doz 15c values indication tnat the pst will be strength. Nothing I 00 Hats now 79 have quoted you better than a few Shirts and unusually troublesome to the crop Electric Bitters Start to day. Mrs James Duucar. Haynesville will find hundreds of prices. this full Shirts Embroidery 79 $1 00 Values now Every wheat grower in the coun Me., writes: "Completely cured 69 75 Values now "i9 1 50 Shirts now me articles in this big sale not mentioned isl 00 values now 49c try who suspects tnat his crop up "after several doctors gave me 39 50 Values now J 2o Shirts now 98 $1 oo. at your 50c and 48c 75 valnes now has been infested is requested to Druggist. Bucklen's Arnica Salve here. 1 00 Shirts now 63 39c 60 values now to send his name to the Depart- for Cuts. Suits 50 & 75 Shirts now 39 29c 50 values now ment's Bureau of Entomology a 5j $1 19 $1 50 Values now -NOTICE: All persons holding 1 Big Lot worth up at Washington, D C. with a re69 75 Values now claims against the state ot W L. Neckwear to 35c will go for 10c quest for a question blank. The 39 50 Values now Sowder, are hereby notified to questions to be answered are 30c 50c Ties now produce same to me properly merely as to whether the wheat 2 for 25c 25c Wash Ties proven on or before June, 22 growei's crop was infested at certain seasons. The farmer will 19I4. i will hear proof of claims Suit Cases against said decedent on the abov? iu then be asked to forward some of date and continue the hearing 8 $7 50 Leather Cases $5 48 the infested wheat plants for exfrom day today until through. W 3 98 5 00 Leather Cases be paid by amination, postage to G. S. Griffin, Commissioner. 3 1 98 3 50 Values He will also the Government 4 98 7 00 Hand Bags be asked to give his name, address A regulai morning operation of 1 95 3 00 Hand Basw and the nearest railway station. the bowels puts you in fine shape The Department is for the day's work. If you misfit you feel uncomfortable and canwith various State Experit gL-"-ment Stations in this campaign not put vim into your movement ft MTraarmn For all bowel irregularities HER FOR FLETCHER'S against the Hessian fly, and in BINE is the remedy. It purifies, I some cases the infected straw will strengthens anj regulates. Price f, '' f LAa be sent by the farmer to 50c. Sold by John Robins. Brod-heaPaint is liquid money. You spread it fc 1 fC Ky. A TEXAS tVOWUER. for examination The over your house and then sun, wind, rain LAOL ,E EYE Si wheat grower can learn just where The Texas Wonder cures kidney GOOD FOR THE EYES -A- ND EYES ONLY and dust beat upon it in the effort to his sample of straw is to be sent and bladder troubles, removing wear it out and get at the wood. Bye when he sends his name to the DeEAJ3L3E wntcry, grauel, cures diaoets, weak and Do you Uilulc that nuiMery partment, indicating his willing and bye you have to do it all over again cjex nre iinturnl'.' Jli you lellee all irregularities of the kidneys tlmt stycH, crnniilnlrU lids, poor ness to send the sample. The Mlulit. irroivOis, nre nnturnl? Use but less often with and in botv men and women. l:AJI,K KTK SAI.VK mul 3011 lmo Department encourages the sender oh ngniu. .ngui KeguJaies bladder troubles in J not to be afraid to forward children. If not sold by your v3l? J.QO much of the straw, even though ijemw jst smmm.drugt. will be sent .by mail on RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS SHOULD USE CLd it has to be sent by parcel post. w receipt of 1.00. One small bottle BETTER DON A than with others. "When you think of the The upper part of the straw need in two months treatment, nd sel cost of paint and painting, remember that one-thir- d iotbesent, but enough above dom tails to perfect a cure S'ld is paint and two-third- s labor. The Beat Remedy the ground should be included to for testimonials from his and other Fop all forms of get the insect in what is known as states. EVERY STYLE OR SHAPE HERE Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 It costs more to put on a poor paint than the "flaxseed" stage when the Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. m good one. Use the paint that lasts longest. Sold larva is incased in a hard, brown by Druggist. FOR SALE BY skin and somewhat resembles a flax seed. The insects will re I Watch &l3N"":S. P I Teething babies always have a J main for a considerable time in the LUMBAGO. h ird time of it when this process SCIATICA. GOUT. NEURALGIu occurs in hot weither. They not AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. "flaxseed state during a drouth onlv have to contend with pain and will only emerge after rai s ful sums but the stomach dis have moistened the s il. Dry Children that ar by "I don't like your heart action,' ordered, bowels loose and tde bod sickly and worms are pale and weather in the late summer tends the aoctor said, applying the steth I H 9 FrB The best heh liable to contract some fatal dis- unconfortable HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID again, "You hive to keep the insect in that stage, Oicope FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES ease. WHITE'S CREAM VER ou can give tl e little .sufferer i angiua pic which is a fact of special impo- MIPUGE expels worms prom ptlj McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR some trouble with Wool on Commission. Wrilt (or price- K Othr Rmdy50v Uk KS9 sour stomach, cools and list mentioning this ad. rtance in the North where the and puts the child on tee road to tons. quiets the bowels and helps diges doctor," wheat must be sown early enough health. Price 25c per bottle "You're partly rignt. tion. jrice 2.sc and 50c per bot JOHN WHITE & CO. LomsmLErKY. to enable the plants to stand the Sold by John RoJ&is, Brodhtad.1 tie S'ld by John Robins, Brod siid the young man sheepishly; ampuc raec on iwqursr Swanson Rheumatic Cure CeM "only that ain't her name!" winter. head, Ky. i test l?HT??W77 tfl fr'S i?,..nr ?f3 w& r he! ms&&si r A' .MMs LW. iz&'f SsssSiSiJSifch ;sBAB5awa .es&sskss I riSsI a if &vSw MSmM 3ri mr IgW88 iWSrl Wrt 1 -- ' II .. Al a short time -- when et the profits at at YOU 1L what The As why -- that And that's t, We - e. - at at 500 Ladies5 and Misses Hatine Hats, worth up to $2 now 4.3c J 300 Men's and Children's Straw Hatsy worth up to$3, now 50c For Low m Waists n - Trousers Pants Women 2 S-- 1M-1- 4. j I Hats Hats Waists We just You Wash OUR LAST WORD COME SUTTON & MCBEE MT. VERNON, KY. " -- j local-statio- Children Cry C ASTO R A cm I d, - IsiSVi EIES? j-- r - Hanna's Green Seal Paint Swann Straw Hat J. FISH & SON Rheumatism B. NOE -- m7K uCvv f UKd ift A.KD HIDES !MtMW.UbSUCKlCA Wf U v P;-t- -- i MT VFRINfON SIHNAI JIt. 79 ",OSt caretul "lu uK?-st- . You are just as safe in trading at Tr.ule your old hat in on a new Meet old friends and new ones Fish s as you tin' ia buying tnups too at Mt. Vernon Fair. Ag. 6 7. euh .,10,u u,! "Oiisme 1 uoMlay one at Fish's today mummy was Liiai tie naa spent ai 1 r r?... o . . ... ,.u r Big line of Dollar shoes at Vernon, Ky Jui e 26, 1914 at the post office nauu ougSy , rauly restful night and that there ru1coALK:-.-uWanted at once, io.coo old hats stll cheap for cash or trade for was no material Fish's. Overv pair worth more. change in his Will fcive 25c off puce of ne.vones op No. 79" wnen F. L. Thompson. Will J. Newcomb, who died at dition. Interior Journal. to Communl. wan J Fish & Son. cate Willi SIGNAL j A later report says the Tudge" Fort Worth, Texas; last week was 1 1? Yov Aeflictijd Are School will begin at Rose Bud with "bone head" associates, the shows a slight improvement and ihe last male member of the fami- in District No. n, Monday July G, gout or a grouch take a hike to the physicians are much more H' decendant or Moses Newcotub, with Miss Ethel Davis as teacher. the Mt Vernon Fair. See and eu- - hopeful his good father aud r he last of the I I nuaS I 5-- 1 1 , cou-stoc- k. 79 1) fox joy the new and c'ever attractions the most and bust for your houn, color, black-tawhite breast, white on end of nose, white! raouey to be found an where. LOO tSV'LLC i. NASH WILLE R R. CO. on toes, and very large: Reward. UniOn Judge J. W. Brnvn, who has TIME TABLE. Wm. Arnold, been practicing law since back in 4.59 p m G Mt. Vernon, Ky. the 7o's has just had his frst ex 263t 4 uortn 5; 1 .9 1 4. 3:53 a -Dr. A. G. Lovell had four acres perience of luui.ig a summons 13 south ri:43ani in town limits servtd upon bun to appear as a of wheat rai-e- d "J.i South 12:19 am Services to be hel in grove in court. The case was which was cut Monday last. It is wi'ne-.mar the .school hom,e To begin I as. Landrum, Agent. said to be the best in the county called in a London court some at iO o cluck Phone No. S. and is estimated, by some, to aver three weeks since. A n, Strayed or Stolen: s Williams returned Mrs. from Louisville Tuesday night and better. is Bray was in from Level Geo Green yesterdav and reports a fair wheat harvest in that section. Miss Sarah Catherine and Master Jack Catron of Lincoln county are visiting relatives here and near Wildie Everette Mullins was in East C. C. fet-lin- Father Heat (inspired by per To TiCk.e Youit Funny Bonk spiration) "lam one of the olda splendid ariayof attractions and est individuals inexistence not to K It S 0 N A L F joy making stunts thatwi simply be consumed bv hot weather and drive "dull care" an.1 "gloom bug whilst I have my old cousin Gen. Jessi Fish will teach the Oak to the tell timber. Every minute iStoims on the run, yet I feel that Hill school. I certaiuly will collapse." an hour of pleasure at the Susie Burton will teach the NorGuy R bert Mt. Vernon Fair, Aug. 567. Greetings Tommy Las well To Toll Stations and County PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Fones ton school near Wabd. Tiny Tots Glenn Lewis Special train July iitii from Song Miss Anna Laura Rirkles is Corbin to Louisville and return Preaching Sunday Freedom Choir Dairy Wreath in May wood. Six Gnls ALSO TO EXCHANGE FONES visiting relatives 'Effectional A Leaves Mt Verncn 7:3o a. m 11: a. m. Subject I'm but a very little child Prayer" was here first and -- rnves Louisville i:25 p. m. Stephen Dozier ne Jewel Owens of the uvek, the guest of Miss Ina Return leaves Louisville 10:30 p. 7:4: '. in. ouojei'L Where there are more than two ofThe-Nigh- t The Ls'zy Christian, Luther Dodd Hour" Mcloy. m. Eare for round trip 2.25. fones on a line ''listeu m" before Providence Choir you A. C. Bowling, U. S. Deputy Tickets not g oi on any other Prayer Meeiiug Ewry Wednes- Song ring L .e tmy be iw. A cradle roll service day, 7:30 Collector, was here from London train. It is unfair to yuiu.lf and the You are invited to mnke these The Little Tots yesterday. telephone people to Send or allow Hen Cromer, a farmer living on fervic-A Mother's Hand yours at, ? 1 rmeml st the Mt Wrnon, Ky. Poatoffice mail umtter. age 40 bushels per acre. " name, with the possible ex ception of James Newcomb who Children's Dav went west some so years ago, but for many years. not noard Jido'e James was the son of Johuatlnn Newcomb, eldest son of Moses Newcomb. The latters sons were Johmatlian, Stephen, William, and Milton; none of whom It ft male defendants except Johmath-a- n and Milton and appears the PROGRAM name now passes out of existence A Song, Ui.'on Ridge Choir in connection wvh the family of Welcome Add res Moses Newcomb, in the death ot Blanche Lewis W. J. Newcomb. A Concerted Recitation Ten Girls Telephone Suggestions Mother, Home &. H aven The of Minneapolis, tells of a Tudge who ask w.iat the pnsouer before him is charge'! with. "With b.gotrv, your honor. He has three wives.'' The! Why. officer, that's noi bigotry. Bigotrv is when a man has two wives Thi Y1 tS !. trigonom try ' Ma-?oni- Ob-ervo- r, FISH'S WANT o.ooo HATS We will give you 25 cents for your old hat At ,l-o- PNEMIMNM wea-K1 nau spelts when J could hardly breathe or speak icr 10 to :.' j minutes. My doctor could not help mt, out 1 was completely cured by OLD JULY 'left mo with a frightful cough and very . -- 1 ! DR. KING'S lew DiscoYsry Mrs. J. E $1.00 Cox, Jolirt, III. 50c AND AT ALL DRUCGISTS. off the price of any of our new summer STRAWS $J to $3 u 1 1 s Skeggs Creek, had a cow which gave birth to a calf which had two fully and perfectly developed heads. The second head came out just behind the right ear and in every way was as perfectly de vekped as the other one. Rev. John M. Macmillan. The County of Rockcastle will pay $100 for the arrest and con victlon of the party or parties who kiiled an unknown man on top of Town Hill. This May 22, 1914. Mr. George MaGruder, chief G. M. Bai.lard, J.R.C.C. clerk in the office of Supt. E. E. Gov. McCreary has offered a drown Tuesday evening while bathing in the Ohio River. The deceased was well known to our local agent, Mr. J. A. Landrum, having visited in the Landrum home on a number of occasions, J. New comb had a premonitioT. of an early di ath by the fact that in aitend ing a moving picture show with his w fe and sister a day before his sudden death bv heart failure at Fort Worth, there was shown on the screen a scene of a man's death by heirt disease. Air. Newcomb remaiked "that is the way I will g..." In less than 20 hours he ad pissed into the great beyond in exactly the manner he YV. 1 ' . reward for an equal amount, Booster says : When ever a man conies back to the Fair he is always surprised to see how the old town has grown. This town Is getting hotter all the time, you may not see it, but he sees it. The only question is how fast is it growing better? That is up to you Let's dig in and make the man whoconie-- back feel sorry he went away a s Beinstadt Sundaj, the guesl oi Miss Edith Kiker. Miss Rose Ricketts of Anderson Indiana, is visiting her cousins, Misses Grace and Emma. Evers What ! Taylor. Miss Lena Talor arrived home a Tsat Saturday night, after months visit with relatives Anderson, Ind Springs. Teun seven in Miss George Deadrickol Eureka , is with hor aunt, Miss Mary Clarkson, at Laugdon Memorial School Miss E'la Mae Bhnford of Livingston, and. her cousin. M'ss Myrtle Brown, of Parksville, have been visiting relatives here during the week. Martin L. Jones, who has been telegiaphing on the K. C Div. of L &. N., for some time, expects to return to Wildie in a short time and take chaige of his father's According to a late bulletin had predicted. Isaac Bowtimi, better krown among his large circle of friends as Daniel Boone" after a pleasant visit to relatives here and out in the county has, with Mrs. Bow btore man, returned to Jackson county Cecil Williams was here Satur only to remain two or three day in the interest of Hon J. C. months when the family wil move W. Beckham, candidate for U. S to Mt Vernon. Daniel Senator. Mr. Beckham will sprak was just a "leetle" too at Mt. v'ernon before paigti is over. the cam 'Red" Will Owens, of Ins Copley says he feels much better since was broken. thermometer how hot it ges now Don't know "Do one thing at a time" is an and be pays no attention but just old saying that il applied to tele lets her sizz. Above or Lelow phone operator would raise the Kaio cuts no ice with him. "Kemarkable! But what are biggest muss imaginable when you doing now?" said operator is taking a telegram LOCAL "Waiting for au earthquake to Irom the wires and answering as INPRECARIOU IS shake the potatoes out of the Palm Beach suits at Fish's. many as six to ten calls in the CONDITION cool. meantime making connections for ground . " Wear one and keep the callers and telling Tommy George Proctor has purchased a the time of day and that Friends of Judge J. VT. Aleorn Very pretty little pony rig from Geo. Jones is on time and will Before your to train make conout or Uneasy Over His Illness Martin at Rowland. nection at Sinks; that exihange somebody's else gejs in. We Tax books will be read.? July clock is one and half seconds last; have nil the materials ri;ht O Friends of Judge J. W. Alcorn 1st. We shall be glad to have all that the "dray wagon" will arrive here. settle tax as soon as possible. in time to get the trunk; and then are very uneasy over his condition. Just received a 'ear load o Cam Mui.uns, Sheriff. some more. whet, some fellow who The Judge has been ill at his home minute on Danville avenue for several American Wire Feiiciiio-W- One or two small lights left has had to wait half a also have- - hammers, burning in show windows after bawls out "where have you been? days, and has failed to show the Asleep?" A gatling gun right improvement that it has been hop- posthole diggers and staples closing hours is a custom and ed, he would show. Judge Alcorn practice followed by the business there would come in bandy. which to put it up, all of worked unusually hard during the with men in all towns having electric "When will the ele trie lights recent term of circuit couit on a a standard make and the best current. We trust our merchants be on all night," is a question number of railroad cases, and the in their line. .'When, jn need will follow the custom. It is an asked many times each day. The severe spell of torrid weather sap- of FENCING give us a call, advertisement, and from a standHotel Henry Watterson answer, just as soon as C. 0, COX, point of protection it is worth more mllfl tint loloi- - f.lidn Qonf .c-- possible ped h s vitality considerably. 1M-LOUISVILLE, KY. He suffered from a slight neuralgic than the cost to say nothing of the' Mt- Opposite Court House, Vernon Power Co. intends to attack at first, it is said, and comThe South's most popular priced, modern . looks. Two 25 watt lamps v. ill . hotel. Mt. 'Vernon, Ky. give the service which will bring plications in the nature of a slight Absolutely situated in the burn 10 hours at a rosi of 1lA 7. patronage, but ou very of the retail shopping districtand the the other hemorrhage of a blood vessel in COUGHS AND COLDS WEAKnear all the theatres. cents Finest Cafe in LouisrilU, with moderate hand it is young and must ueces- - his bead developed which has EN THE SYSTEM pri.es. The past week has been one of sarily crawl a short time before at- - caused his many friends great Club Breakfast from 25c up ; noon day Continued Coughs,1 Colds and Lunch 5Cc; table de hote Dinner, 6 to 8 p. showers In Mt. Vernon such lono- walks T?rn. uneasiness m $1.00. Also elaborate a la rwrt. i.mc. Bronchial troubles and depressing I Restaurant. " in dav evening was a linen shower now on the service will be on until Kathskeller open from 4 p.m. to I a.m. Judge Alcorn is 77 years ofage aud weaken the system. Loss .of ' Oiche&tral and vocal music. ' weight and appetite generally for Mrs. Robert Harry Miller, Mt. 12:45, so as to give those coining and while always a vigoous man. follow. Get a 5oc. bottle of Di ROOM PRICES Vernon's newest bride, Tuesday in on the night train plenty time has not been as strong the past King's New Discovery It With running water and evening, Miss Clarkson and Mrs to go to any part of town. Should few years as formerly, and is not will stop your cough. The first private toilet $1 per day J. V. Brown gave a stocking the train be late the lights will in the condition to resist such a se- dose helps. The best medicine j With private bath $1.50 shower for Miss Sadie Richards still be on until 20 or 30 minutes vere attack as his physicians could for Stubborn Coughs, Colds and up to $3.00 par day and last evening Mrs. R. A. Sparks after the train runs. The lighting wish Dr. Carl Wheeler, of Lex tlL Throat and Lurig Troubles. Large sample room Mr. O. H. Brown, with priate bath $2.50 Muscatine, Miss Blanche Crawford gave company only asks a little time to ington, has been and consulting with Ala., writes: to $3.50 per day. My wife .was sick a linen shower at the Sparks home get everything in condition and Dr. E. J. Brown, physT-cian-, during the, hot his local summer months You are cordially invited to make this inhonor of Miss Sadie Richards then the peopte of Mt. Vernou about his condition andevery- - and I honestly believeDr. King's hotel your headquarters while in Louisville, ev. n if only for a day. Have your mail who is to be married tomorrow to may expect service second to none tning possible New Discovery saved . her life." anil pack ages addressed here. You will is being done for Crmt always be a welcome guest. "ti r mn" n J if t ol Madison county. s Mr. Jett, in the s'ate. ' ROBERT D. JONES, Manager. him that medical science and the at .youi Druggist said it warm to wear his coonskin cap and ground hog hide suit on fiis tiip but he brought them along m his scatchel so as to have them handy in case it turned cold sent out by the State Agricultural Experiment station, at Lexington the seventeenth year locust, last seen in 1897, are due to appear this year and a warning has been sent to the farmers aud fruit growers oi the state. The seven year locust is harmful, because in the waim state it lives by sucking the sap from the roots of trees and shrubbery and when eggs are la'd. trees and plants on which they are deposited die. The locust is the longest lived insect known to scientists. together. We expect songs Seventeen years ago the eggs by all the choirs preseut who will from which this year's crop ot locusts will be hatched, were laid sing. on trees and shrubbery. The flX UP THfc UiCES eggs after three weeks develop into worms, wlvch drop Irom the trees and burrow in ground, &8 u they have lived since lb!);, where m. 3k . preyiug on the roots of trees. During Tune the worms are expected to reappear and develop into the locust. h 1 Eulala Lewis "dead head" messages sent from Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven your io ne Ina Roberts Toll stations or other fones in Song Brodhead Choir placing a pay call with 'central" Address Rev. A. J. Pike should sty "pay call," and uive DINNER name of caller and partv wanted. A round of Songs All Choirs Thii "pay call, George Thompson Address Rev. Allen Pine Pill wants Joe Adam-- , Urod-hea- d Jesus and the children '' Ted Dillingham Subscribers on county lines in My baby brother Onie Lasw 11 pacing personal calls thru 'ex12 Children The Floral Cross change" or ''ceutral should use E. R. Gentry Address thi lorm: Song. "Be Careful" "Will Warren, Brodhead for Four Small Children Roberts Pine Hill wants Will WarA Drill Twelve Children ren Brodhead," The power of music Always give name of p'ace or Julia Dodd fone you are calling from. This A Mo'thcs' influence is very necessary, so operator will Burdetio Owens know where to call back to when Song, "The Water Of L ife"' called party is reached. Sixteen Old Scholars Stations aud subicribers who Only a penny Lola Long make their remittances to Mt. "Before it is too late" Vernon office should do so not later Guy Ham in than 7th of following month. "When Jesu was a little child" Conversations over wire are Htibton Dillingham limited to five miuutes. Extra Onr Savior Four Children charge for overtime. Everyone Song, "Home Love" should remember this and give up Alza Sowder the line if requested to do so Those who do not sing Don't monopolize the line. There Seven Boys are others. Young Charlotte Laura Dillingham Remarks and Announcements FOR FLETCHER'S Everybody is invited aud every ody is welcome. Come and bring all the children and plenty of din "How's times? ' asked the toui-ist- . ner and lets spend one more pleas-da- I For Scratched Tables . Panamas $4 and $5 BRING US YOLR OLD HATS TO-DA- Y i- .Other Furniture and H Interior Woodwork EE GEE F v ihes f U-- L wiinipdo t 1! g S jr I 6-e- "Wc Stand Dy What You Buy" iSHBIJElEHrp dPfiiaMnoag!22 The Home of Good Cloths ViliiV II VAlTJJilkJ Restores tlie on ..al beauty no matter how budly sirs lied or soiled-it- 's a cod sum and aruish combined in one Comes in Coldand 11 All Made and Guaranteed by T Silver LnameL Natural Wood colors. White, a. PEASLEE-GAULBER- CO. Louisville, Ky. C fcj Bf W' I '- c I af "'''. I - ra" i, n J.wb-a-e iSMZsasszi K m -- " JOHN ROBINS I I Brodhead, Ky. j w, 'kwai'..J!r.j.:T'.jijv?aa t ' V .l E4f Tr t. ; 3ac4fHck rati Re&utT JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY& CO.. 1730 Spring Garden St.. Phi U.. Pa. jut. a dot. Irrre dt 'e'1a ' fc3 ,ru. ti au uruggisis. a rough k Ujcflects s. le rr. ctrrsand g it crat ve properties. 9 L L " M M g M Children Cry OA STO R I& L?V 07 vv03g $2?m y 'Pretty tolerable, stranger," responded old Cull, who was sitting idly ou the stump of a tree. ' 1 had a pile of brush to burn, and the lightning .set fire to it and saved me the trouble of burning it.' 'That was good." "I had some trees to cut down, but the cyclone leveled them and saved me the trouble." 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 You'll Find the necessity of thinking hetnr paying a ureat Incentive to saving. When trouble comes what you have heen prevented from frittering away will make a comfoitable balance. The Bank of Mt-Vernor- u The Bank of Mt. Vernon rydriJ4l'l;-a-fflM-a!AaL.kJ- kuts BETHURUM & LEWI Attorneys at Law Offices in Bethurum Bldg. Will pricci:tJ in all thi Courts. 3 T. ' VI "x Wi UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER e 1 r 1 St a.n ford, K.-y- . - . fire-proo- f; 'C. MT. Williams, VERNON. - h-- ATTORNEY-AT-LA- I I I KY. Satur-'taiiDting- - MountVernon Monumental The Bank WORKS -- street. to collections. Phone No. 8o. On 2rd. floor . of Mt. Vernon , on Chu r Special attention give to-da- y. Manufacturer Granite kinds. on application. -- -- of and bles and FOUND! Monuments of all FOUND, Hie place to buy Spectacles .ind Eyeglasses fop $1.50 Est invites' furnished Silver and Aluminum and up. Gold Frames." 'Larin town. Eyes tested Free. Years of experience. J- JEWF.LER AND OPTicmaV i COX BROS. 3TQIMI gest selection I (- - 11 A- - I GEO. OWENS Propr. Pone 112 -- C. MOORE ft F " vSnTvfc K r . jm cms a ""s f TTKwfc MurrTiin j irfJi5i - iiSikffU Tim,, MARVELOUS PANAMA-PACIF- IC INTERNATIONAL A EXPOSITION WILL OPEN UPON COMPLETED ASSEMBLAGE Of THE TREASURES OF THE WORLD'S ARTS, SCIENCES AND INDUSTRIES A conclave of Drink Ihis and be refreshed! U- Scw 'U LzxsZtts , ":- - 1 m Sip by sip here's pure enjoyment cool com-fort a satisfied thirst a contented palate. L I J m fe Demand the genuine bv fu'.l mine ;uLn.iLue.i encourage bstituticu m nations unsurpassed in the history of the world will assemlnt( rnatlonal expoble at San Fiancisco wIipij the marvelous Panama-Pacifisition opens on FVbrunry 20, ll15 Today, the PaiiaMa-i'aoifiInternational exposition oxeishadows and eelip.se,--, any coninieinotntivu ami instructive exhibition in history. Progress in all phases of tliib most biillinnt and comprehensive oi world's celebrations 'siialies the e position as it will appear when the exhibits of the world aro installed within its srrac'oub halls, when hundreds of thousands of laio trees, plants and bhiubs brought from far coiners of the globe have transfoimed tho grounds into a senistiopical paradise and v. hen fiom the Golden Gate th traveler will behold the vast Exposition citj using to treat heights against tho wails or the eneiiolinp amphitheater of the hills of Sun Francisco. In the afc.suied participation of the toieign natious ana of the commercial and industiial mtuchts o! the world the Pananm-Pacifl- c International exposition stands alone among the grc:.i expositions of the past. As a tribute to America's heioic task In the completion of the Panama canal 3.'5 of the v.orld'b great nations have formally accepted the invitation of the president to take part in the celebration and are now engaged in preparing magnificent displays, which will illustrate their progress in every line of social and industrial activity. The Argentine leads with a government appropriation of $1,300,000 (gold), and in its magnificent pavilion will ba feari Daily. .iaster uewev rm-- 1 presented the wonders of that land. Canada will expend $G00,000; lock of near Hansford visited his l Japan, $600,000. China, $800,000, Turkey, $300,000. and in the Turkish pavilion will be shown the rarest and costliest treasures of the Ottoman aunt, Mrs. Mattie Sutton Sunday. empire. New Zealand and Australia will make tremendous displays. Fifteen Misses and Hessie Dullock vis hundred manufacturers in Germany will make a collective exhibit, to bo shown ited their sister, Mrs George in a great German building; 600 manufacturers from England will present a Sunday. Mrs. George! Moore combined exhibit. More than 500,000 accredited delegates from all parts of the globe will Livesay and son, Casper, visited attend a series of great International conventions and congresses to be held at her mother, Mrs. Tavlor of Mt Among, the congresses will be the San Francisco during the exposition. Miss Dessie Thompson great International Engineering congress, of which Col. George W. Goethals, Vernon builder of the Panama canal, is chairman. visited relatives in Mt. Vernou Thousands of visitors from all parts ot the globe are planning to fee the great exposition at San Francisco in 1915, and wonderful preparations aro from fiom Thursday nntil riiday Mrs. Sarah Payne of Mt. V.r being made to transport and to care for them. non, is visit ng relatives here. -ARCH AT THE WORLD'S GREATEST EXPOHUGE TRIUMPHAL Mr. I. M Craig passed thru here SITION A WONDERFUL SIGHT. 1onday buying lambs. Sunday c c far-awa- The f tinners in this vicinity are a busy cutting wheat croud of yonng people attended chuich at Freedom Sunday. Mis. Win Price is very s,iclc. Mr and Mr-- , G S. Cress visited Mr. and Mrs .J. W Norton bunday. Misses Martha and Alice McClure Kate visited tlxir cousin, Miss night. Miss j WiNou Saiurdtiy Mao Brav spent Saturday nigh with Miss Dossie Thompson The children of Mr J. M. Norton who lne fever are improving. -MissAilie Moore of Mt. Vernon is visiting home folks this week. little sons, Mrs. Lula Cress and Chester and Button, viited relatives in Mt. Vernon the latter part of last week and were accompanied home by their sister, Mrs Q-ui- e 0 fVrv kiuv Tj H H Hi W HH 1m F3 31 t4 3 V--- 3, - wre- W MMlUivm 1 Lz N?r-2C- tbv Efi-J- i Eor Infants and Children. :i m:"' , fifittff? ALmiuii. 1 lAdiUIIA: a aiuiCo-Acls- The Kind You Have Always Bought iM.lt CI- -: i A cgclaWc lYrpanHiun foriU sfmilalfirtJilscr-JaalRcgu- AH K C(rw 15 xv liny Uic Stonaclis .mjl. -- Bears the Signature of t'a t& "a aL j rsiiTTr . xr.T;ir s; a i 'Z?i. rromo!:sDi'estioiifercl iiess antl IkslCorttairts r.eftr Opiwu Morpluite norJsraL - i.t kct Narcotic. jtlsSccan 'fin v1 X& .' irpecCMlkS!14ZLrmaR IhJa SrfJ" h m In y P.-.S- fl W.3.HK" fsi-.- z ,'Of. - ?b? (. fcr- Jfc.- - hictrJ- Apc:.?ct Uemedy for Cansflpa Hon . Sour Stoiuach.Dlarriwca c ,. n Jt.salZf- - "Vjrn5.Co'Uisioiis.Fc,erisIi W$ f a- - Use ncssatulLoss or SLEEP- - TacSinuk Signature of IK Q-- For Over cctl las. CcKTAun CojipakT. NEW YOlllv. Thirty Years MEM1 IQ m i WIEn W WWWWWM M 9. Whenever of THE tW. . COCA-COL- A COMPANY 2"F ATLANTA, GA. you see an Arrow think Coca-Co- la. feapYT,. p irjflU WK BaHaili f Ky. J wiwi I im mmmm mj n ; rdf r fdS5JKRfe 1 g. is proschool at Skeggs Creek gressing nicely. Chas. Kirby of Pine Hill, at'ended Sunday school here Sunday. There must be some attractions. A little child ol Mr. and Mrs Edd Cress, who has been seriously ill is improving. CURES STUBBORN, ITCHY )am rnraraaBg Guaranteed underihe F jodaii. IIIJ119 nil II li K TOW CITY. Exact Copy of Wrapper. THI CINTAUR COMFAST. MW :oj.i. V .-p . uj&jcats: -- &a?p3gx' I GRANVILLE OWENS ! I Oias.C. Davis Mt. Veinoc K. DRUGS Chas.C. Davis Ml Vernon SKIN TROUBLES My Phone No. is (39) thirty-nin- e. We open shop at 7 o'clock a.m. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m. You are cordially place at any time hours. We don't anything yon don't welcome in our during our shop want to sell you want, but, oh my "I could scratch myself to pieces" is often heard from sufferTetter, Itch and ers of Eczema, similar Skin Eruptions. Don't Scratch Stop the Itching at once with Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Its first application startj Healing; the Red, Rough. Scaly. Itching Skin is soothed by the baling and Cooling Medicines. Mrs. C. H. Eiuleldt, Rock Island, 111., after using Dr. Hobson's Ec "This i.s zsema Ointment, writes: the first time in nine years I have Ven tree from the dreadful ail Guaranted. ment " 50c , at your Druggist. ir n UNDERTAKER "irrtri"' -- - "- m -- 1 n n1 Brodhead y Kv - CO Cniu , 1 PI.!-- : PR LTXl- - -- M,e and Mad. Telegraph or IVe photic o.ders Pruuiptly tJi-U-- ts k.d.e-- . t v' I'Vic-- d r o V- & & e & po "i.'vr ,&& - "i. r-- 'J-a-- Y K"3C cT how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let us show you, MOLLYCODDLE LAXATiVES Can Not C J&4 ML 7 jsfe. .&. k jmi. ?. and Do Not Touch the Liver t Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Curdui, the woman's Ionic. She says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. 1 was hardly able to do any of my housework. Alter taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wibh every suffering woman would give CHAS. C. DAVIS Mt. Vernon Ky. CopyriKlit. They may clear out tLe intestinal tract, but do not rchectlie dammeil-u- p bile. Years ago May Apple Hoot (called rt was a bile starter. It griped fearfully, wbut brought out the Podophyllin ith the gripe taLen bile. oat is now to be had under the name last-reso- fiBBBt2'vi THE KENTUCKY BRED INSURANCE COMPANY THE COMMONWEALTH Louisville. Ky. : 1911. by Panama l'acllle Inter tl l.ifl!(lun Company The Arch of the International exposihun at the Piiiuuna-Pacihtion, which will De crowned by a wonderful ,uup of ttatuary, "The Nations of the East." The howdah upon the elcphnnt will be h feet above the floor of the couit; the gioup itself will be 42 feet in height. This huge arch breathing tho spirit of the Client, will be upon the east side of the grea Central court, the t'ouit of the Sun and Stars Upon the west side of tht court will be an arch typifying Occidental civilization. Rit-inc WONDERFUL PALACE OF HORTICULTURE I i Has this to say to every one that will only read it. That procrastination is the thief of tune 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 iixed 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 whjT not attend to this matter at once without further delay? Call on CHAS. C DAVIS, our local Agent and let him show yoi our revised insurance plan. Very trnly, THE COMMONWEALTH LIFE INSURANCE CO. HAS ITS ADVANTAGES Telephone Haitford Heraid: lines ' are n t such a ureai "party disidvantajre after all. A fel'ow i i our office the other day siid he earned how to en out a com pi t dress pattern while talking' to another party, how manv egs to put under a ph mouth rock he ; how to tiitn corn-- ; how to coot parsnips; to plant potatoes in the the true moon; slop the pies; grounk hog flay: who Billy Patter was and manv re on's ipes for making pumpkin pet-ancooking ground hos. -as-istant d paf jTfcjfl The Woman's Tonic Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-o- ut ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's ou cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui tonic. for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." a trial. I Get a Bottle Today! JM don't the itch, does not cure the scratch. It trounle and m..k s the skin hleeJ. Iiyou have )!H(HRjnBnHmMntiHnBpnniHtnHMiHVKwwi A a . ,w,: 33J123P1 effected parts It lvliuvesnchiiiu I'unuiua I'acilK- - Intur ui. nal fc.pjdiiion Company. re Hnd a few applica-ioInternational The superb Palace of Horticulture at the Panama-Pacifi- c exposition in San FranciBco in 1915 will be surmounted by a vast dome of 1 aioves the thur performing glass, tupro. ed with immense steel trusses. The, dome will be 186 teet in pmeruiaueut tuie Puce 25 yi c height nd 152 feet in diameter. At night batteries of colored searchlights and $1 00 Soid i) per bottle will pb oi. .he inside of the dome from within the building, so that it will Rolaiis", Brodhead, Ky. present the appearance of a gigantic soay bubble continuously changing to John every color of the rainbow. CnotiiKtu. li!!. by n "'s4 ' ' ' ww ATA- ttA'JS' - : v. .A . j Aoolv BALLAliD'S SNOW LiN l.MENT Rub it in gently oh tht 51IIO ivw cuie M,JMWiMWtVII'Ai'Wm Best Money Maker in the World for Farmers. Grain Men and Engine Owners Makes monev so fast that there'll be no more idle days nfrwtmn'upmit in this crreateat liffU flrmr mill vpr hnilfc. Makes hirfi as 50 bbls. finest flour a day. Doyourown milling mill for everybody around you. They all use nour. Ana wun mis wuuubuiu nine CASTOR I A Infants For and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought Bigger Batches Eggs hatch better if the hens are in perfect Bears the Signature of 'HqI iU BETTER HEALTH LEAD ALWAYS UNDERTAKES Our line of Couch Cahkets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e ft condition. The location of our factoty givei u lowest freight from mill to factory, and from factory to you. Get a iitlir Silo and Sav money by y for catalog and prices. writing u LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. (Incorporated) CSUIImF. UUISYILIE 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." il "Midget" Marvel SELF-CONTAIN- ROLLER FLOUR MILL pfgttS, Poultry Regulator pays big the year 'round. It prevents disease, sharpens the appetite, improves digestion. You' 11 get more "live" eggs more and stronger chicks. Packages SSc, 50c. tl.OO. SS lb. pail, ftMX. Coffins furnished XJsUgaWWTHag All Phone Hearse sent to alljiartsof the County orders by Wire Promptly.Filled Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back. Refuse sabttitatet; insist on Pratt. Get Pratis ISO page Uluttrattd 11 Poultry Hook. Serious sicknesses stait in dis nrdets of the stomacn, liver fiid 1 kidneys The best corrective at d preventive is Or. King sNew L.ite Pills- - Thev Purify the Blood-Pre- vent Constipation, kerp healthy Kidnevs and Bowel in condition Give you better health by ridding the sstem of ferment inp and grassy foods. Effective and mild 25c , at vour Drugg'st. Buiklen's Arnica Salve for All Li-er Youcanauickly build up a biff paying flour trade right in your own community. It's the crowning achievement of the great English mill " ,"- inventor. Tattersall. A guaranieea cwm ing business. A complete roner nour miu iuuub only one man ana mtie power wj hum w. iiu iuun,tB(iii A. Barrel oi Better Flovir Cheaper" Rjoc9fcoc983ecgB3iG8e3e t. TJT n - r MT. VERNON, DentistKY, much cheaper than th largest mills. Grinds rye and buck wheat, too. Any one can opera usii. No Previous Mlllin Experience Necessary Get a "Midget" on 30 days trial money dick guarantee. You ve nothing to nsK1 butm.ich to gain. - feo'iv,S5C-- fa lsi FREE: Pron tRooms over Baker's Store Phone 49-- SA ii Send far Thii Free Bk Hurts &:pFOR pc83 :.','?: Thestorvof .il Vlnnr Mill" telline what others are doing with It and what you. yourself. can do. ANGLO-AMERICA- aWonder- - J W. A. COX,i 94-- S MT. VERNON, KY SOLD & GUAR ANT KWbf S. C. DAVIS CASTORIA CASTORIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Children Cry FLETCHER'S N MILL CO., Inc. 517 Tnit Bli. Owtttisro, Ir- -