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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914041701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal 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. ifublished Every Friday volumeUxxvii. MT. VERNON, fetorn ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY APRIL 17, 1914 IAMMWUP Established 1887 NUMBER 26 .h I . Mi: HON ' JIS Mil 1MB pmiiifiififtiiffiiiiifimifffififiififfffiai "- - nan M THE COMMERCIAL CLUB AND ITS WORKS ;:;::: The Mt. Vernon Commercial Olub has just s.how'n a fine stroke enterprise by issuing several thousand copies of a neatly arranged circular letter, printed in typo writer type, also a two page letter size, business and profesAll Kenzie, A G Lovell, A B Furnish, W H Fish, Jas Maret, Jonas S C Davis. W L Richards, E B Cox, L W Bethurum, W J Sparks, S C Franklin, Rev G S Watson, C C Williams, Geo Owens Neal Parrett, F L Durham, E R Mc-Kenz- ,v ' ." . 1 Ilv 11 !. VTlotfieJIL A word abouf bread teaches a fessoll in fhe buying of cTofbes If we were to buy rlour a few pounds at a time and hire a man to bake one loaf at a time, would you buy this bread and pay a profit on it even if it were the best bread you ever ate? It would be mighty good bread at a rich man's price. sional directory of Mt, Vernon including our Fair dates, a court Calendar giving dates of Circuit, County, Quarterly and Fiscal courts,; names of all ... county officers and their aqdresses; the names of the lawyers, doctors, dentists, schools, churches, Booster Band, theater, hotels, barber shops, Marblo and Granite works, Gentry, Prof. T S Irvine, M J Miller, J A Landrum, ,S F Bowman, FL Thompson, Sr TJ Niceloy, J Fish, V C Tate, Dr. W 1) Laswell, S T Proctor, Dr. II - UMivLlA Mrt n m av jPBk aW avAv o i A aBM 1 This is a rather extreme ample, but it illustrates ex- one point some men can afford to pay long prices for exclusive tailored suits but it is a question as to whether they getany better satisfaction than the man who buysona more practical and economical basis. Firo Insurance, contractors and bmlders. job printing, telephone companies, Electric Light company, lime makers, crushed stone Ground Lime Stone Works; Dealers in telegraph, telephone and traction poles, sewing maand wagon chines, blacksmiths makers, stoves and fauges, har ness and saddlery, Oils (whole sale;, Jewelers, Ladies smts,coats and skirts, Gent's furnishings, Furniture, millinery;- - groceries, fruits and vegetables, hardware, wire fence, livery stables, planing mill, electrical supplies, Banks, grist mill, agricultural implements boots and shoes, builders supplies, pianos and organs, carpets and matting, clothing, drugs, ilouri meal, and feed. The makers Clothes buy p 1 1 of Clothcrait tUcky mountains." On the back appears, in red: v"It was claimed fj an-wo- ol ot ciornes selling it couldn't be done but they went follow'. ahead and 'Done It. " "There is something doing all Bekntf is tho circular, letter: ' ' A',' Commercial Club.Of Alt. Vernon, tho timo in Mt. Vernon. V Mt. Vernon makes as good a Ky. U JG. Baker,- Pres., C. C. Davis,-Vic'Pr'e?',Vames Marot, wagon as any ever put upon the Con).'. market. Some claim its the best I 11 'i H 'i Mt. Vernon and Rockcastle Mt. Vernon, Ky.. April 19i4. county crushes and ships more To Rockcastle Citizens: Concrete stone, railroad ballast, Dear ;Sjfs and ,FrienS; Screenings, Lime, Sand and 'jity Your attentiorfiplease. ground Lime Stone than one hun$800.00. Mrs. A. .1. Lecce, and BEWARE OFOiNTAlEftTS FOR HVQiiiivAu. This is in your'iniorst. dred other Kentucky counties children, of Williamsburg, were OATARRH THAT CON- Can you imagine anything more combined. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R: S. TAIN MERCURY enjoyable in the'sprinytime, after Mv, nml Mrs, Brack Durham Mt. Vernon handles in Car woek. Uncle Tohn of Sjwkp Quarry, spont from Shivel this as mercury will surely destroy the tho hard fought battles of winter Load Lots: Stoves and Ranges, Baturdny until Wednesday with Sigman is vory ill at the homo of sensi of smell and completely de are past arid gone, than a trip to Wire Fencing, Crockery, FertiliItiv. and Mrs. D B. Albright hero. W. Q. Adams jn the Hiatt section. range the whole system when Mt, Vernon, whore, you can see zer, Cement, Brick, Hay, Corn, e MiR8 Hfuol Reynolds laspeuding He was taken suddonly ill about a entering it through the mucous all of your friends and Straw, Furniture, Agricultural article sbonld others Such Rev. A. J. week ago, mid his chances for re- surfaces. used except- on preft fow Weolfa here. of the splendid citizenship Implements, Lumber, Tan Bark, covery are doubtful owing to his never be FJk filled his regular appointreputable- - physi from all sections of the county. Cross-Tiescriptions from Telegraph, Telephone His son Grant cians, as the damage they will do Besides tho enjoyment and relax- Traction and Electric Light Poles, ment at Soaffold Cane Saturday advanced age. and Siinday.- The Post Office at Sigmon of Corbin, was here to see is ten fold to the good you can ation to which you are,' clearly en- Fence Posts, Saw Logs and this place changed hands Thurso him Tuesday and Wednesday. T. possibly derive from them. Hall's titled, thoro is the practical busi numerous other commodities." by F. day. Granville Owens has full W. Tate was in Louisvillo the first Catarrh, Cure, manufactured con- ness side of the proposition which THE COMMERCIAL CLUB J'. Cheney ji Co.,, Toledo,, O., charge, and seems to be right at of the week. t. E. Walliu, rucked tains no rncury,, and is taken is eminently wprtby of your conMT. VERNON, KY. homo. The now Postoffico .build- his family to Junction, Oity this internally, acting directly upon sideration. ,' j U. G. Baker, Pres. ing will be complete about May week, Mr. Walliu is Special the blood and raucous surioces ot Mt. Vernon is unduestionably James Maret, Sec Agen,t for the Q & C, with head the system. In buyng Wall's the strongest and Jiest market first. Walter Robins wag, x M BIG MT. VERNON FAIR be sure you get the Catarrh Vernon 3jtprday nncl Sunday. J. quarters at Danville, and it works genuine,Cure is taken internally center in the Ooiirity. Here all August 1914. It ' r n'mrnnrp Vine rpnfnd tVin W. quite a httlo hardship on him to conceivable grade and made in Toledo, Ohio, by P. linos in every H. Lynch property, and wi(ll move visit his family here. We regret J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials of merchandise are well repreWITHERS tp it in a few days. An order was. to lose Mr. WalUo ?nd bis esti free. sented by large aiid responsible Sold by druggists. Price 7sc houses, which are rpcoved at the local, Pos.ljoffioe o, mable family. Br. E. J. Brown,- per in a position to bottle. e'ighall classes of ro.atf rflceh-ed-, 9 Stanford, was here to see Uncl'e Thos. Anderson, remains very Take HalV s Family Pills for con- extend inducements in tne way of John, Sigman in cansuhatiou with stipation. terms and prices' that cannot fail sick of the grippe. Mr. and Mrs. -- Mrs. lpeu)t,le. job for a npw postmaster Drs. Carter an,d Grayeley to interest the most judicious, Jones French visited Mr. and dftys, and began, Yuja. Reynolds left Tuesday after gn lass, s.ixY largest.and closest buyers, as well Mrs. Tobo Grady at Cruise Sun We under otytHei'day our now postmaster noon for Indianapolis. as the smallest. day. The school that Is being ohftrge. C. H. Frith was In stand .that she was met in Louis took This is a special invitation for taught at this place by Prof. Dick- ville by Mr. Alfred Poan, of India Mrs. Louisville a few daya this week. you to visit your county seat and erson will close J. Painter, of Lebanon Jet., napolis, whore they were' married. Porky Bullock Is very sick at this J. inspect the various linos carried was here to see his mother a few She rented her property hero to time. Sarah A. Mullins and by o.ur dealers. Lively Chicks Healthy, dl?aiui yroof hours Sunday night. Mrs. D. Otis Frith, and will become a resiWe enclose a directory showing children and the Misses Pearl and Homes of Grab Orchard, is the dent of the Hoosior State. J. W, a list of our Business and Profess- Susie Anderson spont Easter Hgi, tie, 80cf 60c, ft'oa.: tS lb, pail $t.tO yilmott guest of Mrs. J. W. Tate his Owens, J. HOjWens, fi. ional men who comprise the mem- with Mrs. of Cruise. twit for parent birds and younff itock. It helps the liver on U job and punda the blood. Makoa ipore vg$ and Week. Mrs. Susan ijTowcomb, of Willi'o, Robins and othprs, worain bership of tho Commercial Olub Miss Bitha Daugherty is visitchicks, atrontcr. ttef use substitutes; Insist on pratt. , ; of Mti Vornon. , KcjvViai, g Y'S'VS heqaugniet the Hiatt section Monday to. see ing Mrs. Ohas. Durham this Week Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back You may rest assured of a corrs, Loutisha Rohrirts this week Uncle John Sigman. Wo. under v 4 i h w rujr? iinttirv iJ Thero has been but very little and every effort pardoning done in this part yet. Pr.ahk Ward, 'assistant' L, & N. stand that one of our good look- - SOLD,& QUAUANTEED by dial woloomo possible on our parfc to make your Agent.at junction. Ulty, was Wltn mg wiuuws is iy,suuii get iaamw. Herbert Anderson has returned visit pleasant and profitable. from Cincinnati where he went to J. F. Watson and John Robins bjs paront9, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Come lot us show you. Waid the first of the week. Dave were n Hiatt section Sunday. work. Master Homer Bullock SPRANG LAATZVB AND Yours very.trnly, Lena cCay was visltng spent Saturday night with his lit Roberts was with bfltnefplksa few BLOOD CLEANSER ,days the first of the week. Mrs. sistr, Mrs. J.' Jj. Albright during THEMT. VERNON COMMER tle friend Forester Mullins. Flush, out the accumulated waste CIAL, CLUB, tleaugh-er- , tho.weelt. Hy.H.Hhesonand, Mrs. Wm. Martin visited an,dpoisousof thewintor months; ary parker, Returned to James Marot, Sec. their son John Martin Sunday. cleans, your stomach, liver and "George. Washingtoii" read the kidneys ot all Ijgirhpms in Mi'dlesbpro' Motv small, boy fjom his; history, Take Hero is list of. Commercial Club If each and every correspond-en- t 'vas Dr. Kfng's Newimpurities. nothfay. Granyillo Owqns was in Mt. Lite Pills; would write every week the born Fob. SS, 133, A.I."' ing better for purifying the blood. members: yernon between trains. Monday. W Brown, Root Cox, WGMc-Bee- , Signal would be much more .'Whtvt doos A.D. stand for," Mild, nongriping laxative. J . H, Sainton sqld his fa.rm near GrifHn,.Ut'G-Baker- , inquired the teacher. The small Cnros constipation. 25c., at your C D newsy; but the Editor does bis nppe to M. C. Savior for $n5o,oo. boy pondered "I don't exactly Druggist. Sutton, E SAlbrigHt, Wm Poyn- - part, he can't print news from all Mr. Saylor sold his farm in tlTe know," ho hesitated. "After dark Bucklen's Arnica. Salvo for All ten. C C Davis.. FL ThomDSOn. C parts of tho couuty until, he. gets IUU1U). Hiatt section to Tinsley Saylor for I guoss.'' CCox, OBMc - it. - pure woolens in immense quantities, they tailor them bv. t;most'& scientific methods TTheVare the- only line. ' 11 1 in connection with their literature hayo printed on the front in big red letters this Big envelopes used w udmonition: Come to Mt. non Home of the oriffinaj Ver ijuaranteea to $20, 1 1 11 ai j 5 Walker Owens, Dr. P. H Conover, Dr. Leo Chesnut. In the business directory it is SI"stated that "Tho Commercial Club of Mt. Vernon extends a cordial invitation to the public to visit this market. We want you to come and get better acquainted with our members; Inspect their immense stocks of merchandise and the diversified products of their big Stores and business industries; learn their methods of doing business; their low prices and liberal terms; get your share in that constantly increasing pros) perity that is today being enjoyed by thousands of citizens of every section or Rockcastle, and sur rounding counties, who buy in Mt Vernon. The Commercial Club is putting forth efforts to make Ml. Vernon an improved market for farm products of all kinds. Mt. Vernon has stores doing a thriving mail order business. Mt. Vernon mow than doubled within ten years. in population Did more building in last five years than at any Otherjperiod.. aas more man two nine concrem sidewalks. Big new hotel. Soon have Electric light plant installed. Water Works and Ice Plant will r- m T TJ m.l.m fSJ J m I BT m II .k.1 av .aw et iw vag aar m. W 1 bh k m Mk. tsa fflI MtVernon Livingston I1 as I I OB) "' X' The Stores that do the Business Retail Dealers with Wholesale Prices ' '- '.' . . - - sunoN - ta0OaatocovtaBBtaatttOtotvtaoaafla0tt oftaaa : : t : : :.:5 : : : j r t? : ;::::: e i ii . DRY GOODS NOTIONS FURNISHINGS CLOTHING HATS & CAPS GROCERIES PROVISIONS FURNITURE CARPETS SHOES & SHOES & SHOES HARDWARE American FENCE old-tim- - , barb:wire SALT FERTILIZER STONE WARE Doors and Windows s, - TOBACCOS WINDOW GLASS PAINTS & OILS MACHINE OILS QUEENSWARE ENAMELWARE SCREEN DOORS - TINWARE STOVES AND RANGES BUILDING PAPER ROOFING SCREENJWIRE WAGONS CULTIVATORS PLOWS FARMING TOOLS HARNESS and SADDLES lo-da- PTPTOf Joel-Englis- digestion-ke- ep -- FLOUR & FEED U. G. Manager MT. VERNON 3. O. QAVIS GEO. S. Manager LIVINGSTON it Mr-an- d Baker Griffin ; JF WAMcKonzio, T V,w iiiViiiIiii ; iip iiiiii.inrig33MgMtiinwiiiij.i,, in ii. iimntmmtmtmUttmfumtTtmttnmM. MT VERNON SIGNAL! Friday, Apiil 17. 1914 liUVKh UJIBUN. Services were conducted ht Poplar Grove last Sunday by Rev. Brock from Crab Orchard. Mrs. Sarah Nichols is visiting her daughter Mrs, J. J. DoUord. Mrs. J. N. Brown has been very sick for a few days. Charles Hasty left baturday for Kansas where he has two brothers. I lay Thompson's baby has had a severe case of pneumonia but is recover ing. D R. Gentry spoilt Sunday with his family near Quail Robert McAlister of Stanford was here Tuesilay on business. B. V. Ctv- roil of Jamestown spent most of last week with his sister; Mrs. W. V. DoBord. Mrs. Ruth Brown is with her daughter Mrs. Hugh McBee for a few weeks' stay. Rev. James Cummins filled his regular appointment at Mt Pleasant last Saturday and Sunday.-- Mr and Mrs. W.T. DeBord spent Easter with her parents near Spiro. G. B. Price was in Otten-heilast Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McWilliams of Bee Lick spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs J. L. Ihihty and attended church at Poplar Grove. Misses Georgia Gentry and Lizzie Hurst were the guests of Miss Roses Gentry ut Miss Hallie Quail last Sunday. vicited relatives and Sowder friends at Etna, Saturduy and Sunday. Mrs. Martha Owens has been suffering with a severe case of neuralgia for the last two weeks. Mrs. Jane French is with her daughter Mrs. Samuel Child ers'at Plato for a few days stay. W J. Brown and Egbert Thompson wore down from Crab t Orchard, Sunday. Mr. Smith Weaver of Clarence visited Mr. and M.is. A. C. Sowder the latter part of last week. Dr. H. H. Issacs was called Tuesday to see little Joyce Price who was very sick. Chas. E. Mullins tho traveling salesman, was through here first of the week. - There will bo services at Friendship, Saturday and Sunday, conducted by Rev. J. G Seward. Mrs Lucinda O'Niel has gone on an extended visit to her sister Mrs. W. L. Denuey at Plainfield. Iud The weather continues so cold that the farmers in general are getting behind with thoi.-- work. Some have not got their natsi rowed and there has been bui very little gardening done. SETTLEMENT? l J," W. Kincer, Supt., In Account With1 Rock- THE BARRIER Published every Ftiday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRirTION ONK VMAR castle County. Settlement of J. W. Kincr, County Superintendent with tho 71 ' 2 3o 1 MT. 7o Jl.OO "isnil Court of Rockcastle County Advertising rates made known on application MKMHKKOF Kentucky, for the County funds received and. pxpended frotn.lau. 3st, I9IO to June 30th igio. " " G D Guthorie 72 Lewis Owens 711 Spuncer Mullins 75 7( VERNON COMMER- CIAL CLUB SPREADS OUT "CO-OPERATIO- N" detect the taking Powder "Which are the alum baking powders; how can I avoid them unless they are named?' asks a housekeeper. ingredient clause upon the back label. The law requires that it the powder contains alum that fact must be there stated. If you find one of the inaredients named alum, 6r sul fate of aluminum, you have tound an alum king porvder. 'J fid (Web Cope 145 1 " " " "x RECEIPTS Fob. KENTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION pmrfflm rid of that hammer and stop "knocking " Its going to be mighty lonesome hereafter for chronics. Everybody else will be too busy to listen to your tale of woe as to the meanness you suspicion lurks in the hide of some neighbor or bow things Renerully lire not done to your liking etc. Throw away your hammer and join tbo band of workers and pushers and stop pulling back; Better get igiO From R. L.. McFerron, Sher.ff $845 " 11 From I. A. Os- . born. Disct. No 3O 3 From Peoples ' Bank Proceeds of , note borrowed money i250 April 28, From R. L. McFerron, Sheriff 3i2 June 3O Total Recipts $2,410 1O , " 49 . Wm Owens 77 T S BWinatuan 78 GD Guthorie 79 Abney &, Payne Ro'S A Saylor 05 Acquainted With Your Neighbor, You May Like Him." 01 0 "Get lo on i6 00 00 65 Check No. " " EXPENDITURES F. Kruger 1 " " & Son 2 M. G. $40 95 81'J II McKinney " 82 T J Hays " 83 F F Robins " 81 Win Samms " 85 Chas Stringer " Ob" T J Reynolds " 87 R E Brooks " 83 R A Swinford " 89 J C Bullen " 9o A. J Sutton " dl The Bank of Mt 6 80 3 5o In addition to much good already 3 25 accomplisht by it, for both town f 00 and county in a numbor of ways, 0 4o tho Mt. Vernon Commorciul 875 Club has determined to extend 2 00 its membership 15o to the county line on nil sides 5 00 and will invite every law abiding 95 citizen in the countv to become a 9 i)0 member of the organization, the 13 85 name of which will probably be Here is one way: take the can of a powder in your hand and read the low-pric- ed boundary " " " " " 7 9 18 3 H. Davidson 3 25 4E. Mullins & Son 28 13 60 08 5 R. H. Lewis 6 V II Jones 6f 25 Fish Vernon " 92 5o5 75 " " Order D B Langford 93 Jas Chaney 94 " J M Craig 8 00 3 00 3 00 talk progress and upbuilding stead of stagnation and tearing down. If you wont do this vou had best Veep out of the path of progress" or you will surely get run over by the chariot of "push- iucy. in- Bank of Mt. Vernon McFerron) 9O66 " 8 G M Ballard 90 M V Swinford 27 tO " 9 W S. Reams (By order to R L 2i5 " 10 D G Bullock McFerron) 2 55 " J W Kincer Check " 97 W H Sowder 225 " i2 J T Cherry " 98 Hardin Sams 70 " 14 J W Griffin " " 9o H C Rowlett 240 "I5 Solomon Griffin 36 00 " " loo W J Chasteen 1 1 95 L W Bothurum ( By order to R L lo4 G8 12 00 52 85 10 00 5 75 " 16 Joe Siah Miece A WiNcnESTUR man was here last week looking up coal lands in the Skeggs Creek territory. In speaking of Commercial Clubs he says their organization has done more for Winchester than all other branches of effort combined. He says their club usually gets what they go out after by unity of action. Mt, Vernon is profiting by observing and putting into effect thoadagev "In union there is strength,' and her Commercial Club does the rest Anderson 55 CO "18 Peoples Bank 18? 24 " 1 9 Sylvan Bordcs 60 17 B C " 3 00 " " ' " & Son 19 15 " lol M C Saylor Ooo " lo3SE Chandler " lo4 Harry Owens 4 15 3 5o 2O J W Stringer Threk Senatorial candidates are now in the field, speaking at various points in old Kentucky. There is Beckham, McCreary and Stanley; each would like to be honored by being elected to a six year torin at our Nntiojiul capital. I dicaiioiis, at this limp, point to , as being til 2 UuliiU candidate with McCreary second and Stanley a tame third. Leek-ham- Gkn. Huerta may not apologize, but from the start made it begins to look like Uncle Sam meana business and intends to show those A TEXAS WONDER. "Greasers" where to head in. Huerta may decide before it is too The Texas Wonder cures kidney late that it is much easier to apol- and bladt'er troubles, removing ogize a little than to take a genuine grauel, cures diabets, weak and all irregularities good thrashing. of the kidneys , " lo9 Mrs J W "21 Peoples Bank 10 80 " 22 J M Ornig 2 00 17 00 Phillips " 23 J M Crai,j " llo G M Ballard So 00 340 " 111 S F Bowman 19 00 April " 24 J A Osborn settled by balanc3ol9lo Total Ex June ing ncct See record penditures 2,385 58 3 10 " 25 Peoples Bank 367 81 " " T91o Bal. due " 26 J M Craig zo or 3" 00 County on settlement " 27 W J Childress 36 00 Total $2,410 05 " 28 D B Langford 36 00 Annual settlement. of J. W. " 2!) .las Chaney 3600 Kincer, Supeniiteudcn of Schools " 30 A M Payne 9 00 with Fiscal Court of Rockcastle 2 65 County Kv., for County 31 T ju Mullins Funds ( received and expended during the 3 1 Jas Chaney " 18 95 year from luly 1 1910 and ending C3J June 30,1911. ' 36043 W J RECEIPTS Childress 8S3,4 July 1 1910, Balance carried " 44 American Sitt' from preceding 25 o7 ing Co., 156 00 " 9 From Robt His " 46 Alfred Owens 2 75 Borrowed money loo 00 " 48 FRAsher 1 00 " 3o From Solomon ' 49 Geo Hays Joe Bullin, Jr.", has been 195 Griffin sale of House lo OO " 50 T J Hays postmaster at Wildio. 300 Aug. 3o From Wm Mc- " 51 Hays Smith 2 90 Joe is a competent young man llargue 1 OO " 52 C B Anderson will handle the mail well. and 490 850 changed to that of "Citizens Association", "Citizens Union", "Peoples Union," or some other name that is appropriate for such an organization. The object being to contiuuo tho work being done by tho Commercial Club but on a broader scope by including citizens from all parts of our county, or even boyoud the lines, on tho list of membership. The motto or slogan of tho club has been the single word, of much meaning to which has been added this great sentence: "Get acquainted with your neighbor, you may like him". By carrying these slogans into effect it will do away with every remaining "barrier" prejudice and mis"; There is another and a better way. You don t have to know the names of the alum powders. Use Roval Bakine Powder only; that assures you a cream of tartar powder, and the purest and most healthful baking powder beyond question. IF you have spend your money carefully in to economize in getting your corset. You'll find exactly what you want in a Kabo The Live buying your clothes, you can least afford fill 1 PS i 3 construction t'-- nt unfortunately H often exists between citizens of the county and their respective towns. By gettng acquainted it will bo quickly demonstrated such a feeling is unjustified should never have existed. present members or the Mt. that and KABO Tht Lire Model" ( Model Corset. You'll get up-to-d- ate The Ver CORSET non Commercial Club will put forth every effort to show U. all the people the vast benefits of "Cooperation" aud advance Loiivinc-tn- g arguments showing the injus- Style C&H is an average figure corset, made of tardea batiste, at top Villi silk embroidery trim. Has a rubber gore In bottom of Uick section. llatVcry low bus,t and Ion akltt. Is very Imhtly boned. H js i)'rlncli f tont clasp. Uack wireahave featlierboneat bottom. Has three pairs of supporters. SUes, 20 to 32. style, fit, comfort and lasting service from a Kabo; it is made for you to wear. It is worth what you pay at any price. hi tice of fostering any feeling but and neighborliness, dropping all potty jealousies, im- aginarv slights and oversights. Wo are neighbors and friends and as friends should cultivate closer : "relations. Thrown about every small city and town is that mysterious barrier between it and the country the town limits. This barrier has served to separate the farmer and merchant, to a great extent, for years. It is tho purpose of the organization to "break down the oarrier" by enlisting the farmers under its banner. There is much work to do and the lirst phase to which attention is to "Got acquainted with your neighbor you may like him". One of the aims of tho organization Is to employ a farm expert whose services will be available in all sections of the countv I to increas-in&ive instructions for the production of plants. Raising live stock.careofsoils.etc. in fact everything taught pertair-in- g to progressive farming. This expert will prove of great benefit to tho farmers and anything that assists the farmer to produce more helps 'everyone else (for concerned depends upon the farmg kindness Price $3.00 SOLD BY A. B. FURNISH $ $ PEOPLES $ BANK ,ii-- $ $ A Straw will Show the 1 Way $ the Wind Blows " " 03 G W 54 Tom R Poynter Oct.-8Fiom- 2 80 1 Do jNiceley Brnnanmn Sheriff " 5(1 L McPerron day. when I rejoice in the defeat of a Democrat tor any office," says That's our Senator O'Gorman. idea of a Democratic statesman. Ditto Republicans and Moosers. boys are mighty hnugry at home" but it does seem like they hav had sorao.rather full meals off Federal patronage in Kentucky recently. "I Hope I shall never see the Regulates Senator James says: "Tho men and women. bladder troubles in children. It not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of 1.00. One small bottle in two mouths treatment, nd seldom tails to perfect a cure. Snd for testimonials from his and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by Druggist. fcBBgm 11 and in boty " 58 F F Robins " 59 M Saylor " Oo Jim Quinn " III W L Richards Admr of W TSchaer " G2 V Sheriff loo loo ) .0 Dec 8 !' loo 8 2o 11)1" " " loo 3 95 2o " E Bullock on 1 2 35 00 " 3o " T J Niceley ;.' 25o co 00 00 00 00 Have you Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the ' Nov12 " 11 11 $ PEOPLES BANK 5 00 B Cable 2 9o 2 75 2o " 24 settlement J M T $ Craig, on " 04 Mrs J W Phillips " r settlement Niceley 5 00 there's a reason. $ SAFE AND SOLID $ For the Convenience $ " " 07 Milton Deaton " 68 Jim Jones " 7o John Dowell 4?5o 2 25 8 o5 " Win Lovell (Continued on 4th page) 28 Soo 00 5o Eyery Banking Facility $ $ I AMPLE RESOURCES of the People OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY JIJ - II 1.1 L I,. . Steep at Battle of IHSrnrt .VS-si- .y n ;jJ.Ajyy 7j. From Dirt, Dust and Drudgery tiling a DIVORCE YOURSELF ,tr Uso Us mj'i Torreon &im&y er. The homo market is a vital question which the club is working upon now and plans will be devis ed for the handling of all farm products so when a citizen brings to town hisproduco he will jind sale for it. This is one araongf the most important subjects before the club for adjustment. fCbe question of a stock market at 'tho county seat on court days will also ' receive careful attention. nn(im-portaImpr&ved roads will bo and live SLbject; more so in the future than heretofore from the fact that Federal and State aid is to be received by tho county for the construction and maintenance of roads. This club and its members urge our people to get to gothor and plan lor the best of these and other road funds that will be available for highway improvement. "Get acquainted with your neighbor you may like him." ( nt $ tam t1 PEOPLES V $ 1 RANK rm $ $ .. An article in Louisville Times, with picture, mentions Mr, Steep who was here, and at Crab Orchard Spiings, last Summer. Ho has written some fine articles on Boone Way and the old Wilderness Road. This excuvsion into tho Mexican fighting zone is not his first experience in that line as he has been thru a uumber of South American revolutions and carries marks of conflicts in which he participated to the South of the Equator: Combination Pneumatic Sweeper Release from broom drudgery from the itrain of mor-In- g and lifting furniture and from the dangerous Mattering of diitt and gernu that are railed 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, dthough easily operated by hand, creates powerfuliucu'on force which draws out all the dirt and dust found in your, nigs and carpels and at the same time the revolving brush picks up all lint, pins, threads, tavelings, etc. THE DUNUEY SWEEPERS are made in three sizes and sold under a rigid guarantee for one year. Yoii may try a Dunt. ley in your own home for 10 days Fro oC Charge. " llll) Ty "" '" II iirnawi . .ji.yiiuiamMiJiJamuiMU.U !t ls Choaparto Rentcw Than to Buy New lAf j 8 PUTTING UP SCREEN DOORS is dead easy if you jret them here Made to fiit accurately any regu- lar size door. Any finish, many styles. They keep out the Jlies and let in the breeze, thus being a double comfort. Window screens to match of course. For more detailed Information write TOO Y Duntley Pneu.natic Sweeper 6501 S. State Street CHICAGO Agents Wanted Co- - v "Joseph Rogers Taylor, Asso0. c, COX, ciated Press correspondent, a few Opposite Court House, days ago furnished papers all over Mt. Vernon, Ky. the country with an CHECK YOUR APRIL COUGH account of the battle of Torreon. A Taylor is the man on the ..'! Mr. !... Tti Inn fnlcf luaiviiit iiusu (luil xrvufii iiuu? his right is chill you to the very marrow, you left in the picture. At T. W. Steop, another Associated you catch cold Head and lungs stuffed You Press correspondent, and at Mr. continually are feverish Cough aud feel Steop's right two "movie" cor You ueed Dr. King's miserable New Disrespondents, who are "right on the covery. It soothes inflamed and, job." Back of them in tho car irritated throat and lungs, stops cough, your head clears up, fever door, stand the Chines? cooks. This is the first fully equipped leaves, and you feel fine. Mr. J . of Sticlrney T. Corner, press car that ever went into tho Me Davis, cured of a dreadful , "Was rebel forces cough after doctor's field in Moxico with treatment It was prepared at Chihuahua, and all other remedies failed. Re the rebel capital, and was taken lief or money back. Pleasant-Child- ren like it. Got a bottlo towith Gen. Villa's trains to Torday. 50c. and Si. oo, at your reon. It is provided with kitchen Druggist. clean bunks, tables, typewriters Uucklen's Arnica Salve for All and the cooks." Stores. ..l , 3cc383cn3cX P H Conover Dentist 19-- Just S3& Between t? F I";': can of In every homo is Furnituro that looks fit only for tho attic, or the wood' shed. Simply (eta appji-catio- n HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINIS- H MT. VIJRNON, KY, Good Fellows wzPt. I Bxxc?dx)ecx A full Fron tRooms over laker's Storo l'hone HATS Mate youloole. feet and be well dreiied Tliey have the tle, qua), ity, (with and wear that aaiify, , and in a few minutes for a. few cents you will have a new and handsome chair or table, or cabinet. You can give it an Oak or a Mahogany finish, ' whichever you prefer. i Always Satisfy oar vouhs hkrc settlement of tlip County Board of Education for the past four years, will appear in this paper either next wtek or tho week following. J.flFISH & SON . 711 a uoii au ururviMim. book, Sai tot U-t- taunpU n4 ji "Hathi tod fitsak, Ons application soothes and heals a rough 1 l fiutii i'irAuu,Tuc:uicii;ac-u,imCKiycilCCIi cure, eczema.' r,rvsiDeias. letter, ucm&nri -.. .. iii l.i ii aua uicai yiem 10 us curaiive properties. No painting experience is needed just Lus tro and a brush. You'll really enjoy the work. FOR SALE BY y- Ch.idr n Cry iwnm uni nuLuuvvAT 1730 Spring Garden St., Mt Phfta., Pa, co,. ' , , CASTQRIA FOR FLETCHER'S WaWWyMkMrtMBu t l J. B. NOE A( DTSCOREDSPOTSOIjjj "ffW-- N rrnifiJMTilT vt&imMHmaammM MT. VERNON '!rrrmminfiMmminfm!nvt-imr- - " ' -- " -- - SIGNAL 17, Mt. Vernon, Ky, April 79 ttp "No. 7g" 'wnen wan toOommuni. aato iv I til 81QNAL Mrs. O F. Wallin mm children nra visiting the family of Mr. Dua Wallin at Cedar Creek. 1914 Clias. L. TUvInnd sister, Miss Ethel, spent Inst week in Louis-villT7Q visiting relatives and- - seeing a o .the sights. Mrs. 0. C. Williams accompan ied hy her daughter, Mrs. West, arrived last Friday night from Louisville. Mrs. Williams is improving slowly. tOUUBVItUt & NACHVILLC R,n(CO. xWill Lewis jvho has been in " TIME TABLE Colorado or the past year, lias re.' 22 north 4:59 p m turned to Mt. Vernon and will oc24 norttt , ... 3:53 a m cupy G. T. Johnson's resideaco on 11:43 am Newcomb avenue. south 21 .South.., 12:19 am LOCAL Jas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. A Swan Hat free with your Spring Suit at Fish's today. the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poitoffice 4 OF OUR 8,000.00 Stock of Fine Clothing Shoes and Furnishings We find that we have bought too heavy for spring and we must move all or the most of this stock at once. All our , Entered at its itcond-ciai- a mall matter. All kinds of leather repair work at W, T. Davis' repair shop. Low cur, shoes in all the good PERSONAL k K styles for everybody at Fish's. Luther Hamlin is home from JJ Go to VV. T. Davis when you Ohio for a few days. want Shoe, Saddle and Harness Albert' Allen came in from repair work dene. .Cooksburg Monday. When in town call and seo us. Dannie Owens was tin from Cox & Wheeldon the barbers.. Brodhead Monday on business. Next door to postoflice. Davy Craig and Charley ThompFor a few days only Fih's give son wore in Louisville, Sunday. $2.50 in merchandise absolutely Mrs. Sarah Wallen will teach free with every spring suit at $15 the Marotburg school this year. or more. F. M. Marshbanks, agent Tho various quarries continue was on our streets running in full time with orders Mar-etbur- f Sv -- "e i u 1 7 I . 1 Wvm ' " i ' sMMm A ?w i in 153 Mon-das- ., 'ScJ'i' 4l 11 A . it that every man season, appreciates is a neat hair cut and Morton Owens, the URed post a clean, easy shave. That is what and rail fence man, was in town you get at Cox & Wheeldon's next Monday. door to postoffico. A. J. Gentry has gone to Lewis- Don't fail to read the settlement burg, Tenn,, to work for the W. Jn of J. W. Kincer which appears in Sparks Co. this issue, excepting the last year Terorae Adams and Mr. and and a half which will appear in 'Mrs. Casper Adams are here from our nGxtijssue. Mt. Carmel,-Il- l D". M. Cress, Jr., bought o f Mrs. B. f. Bethurum and son James Purcoll of Plato one pair of Jake of Somorsct have been hero fine mares for $400. Mr. Cress lor a few days. also bpught of Burton & Purcell Mrs. Alice Tate who has been of the same section 108 shipping very sick for the past iwo weeks hogs at a fancy price! is ahead to keep J H Goffey savs the mulberry many months. crop will bo good on Renfro this The ouq, thing them going for are the very newest thingsin this county, and they are tailored to perfection. We want you to wear one of these' fine suits and we are slashing the price away down low. They are all our famous and with every one of these suits at $15. or over begin. ning today and ending May 1st we offer you as a special inducement ' . : -- FISH'S SPECIAL SUITS $2.50 k alittlo better. , JvJCii- - '"VJfc. V m mm. Iro'JE 'JItI i Jt .s David B. Carson, a native of Crab Orchard, is acting General a Manager of the Nashville, & bt. Louis railroad. He learned the telegraph aud railroad business nt Shelby City and after working some years on this division of the L & N, he located at McMinnville, Tenn forty years ago, where he was agent for many years. He has a number of relaH. H. Baker, who is very hick. Perkins of Stanford tives in Lincoln county and some Miss Pattio spent a few days this week with n Rockcastle, including Win. and iior sister, Mrs. W. G. McBeo. ' David Carson Poynter of this Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Pinkorton place. The fact that wo do not stop you nro rejoicing over tho arrival of their first bom, a big boy, named and ask you every time we meet you for that subscription is no sign Allen. of It. K. Powell died that we havo forgotten it or do not The father Burial expect you to pay. Please pay up. at Woodstock Sunday. took place Monday, afternoon near We need it and we want to add that place, with Masonic honors. that we have some subscribers like all other country newspapers Sam Smith, formerly of Livingswho seem to go upon the theory ton, was killed by dynamite while working with a construction gang that the local paper should be givon to them. If the editor on the L & A. railroad last week. should strike their names srotn the Miss Sallio ttoynolds was taken list for nonpayment of dues he very seriously ill while in school would never hear tho last of it. Wednesday and 'was unconscious There is just as much obligation for several hours. She is better at to pay the subscription account this time. as there is the store account, vet .001 Cummins has measles. All there are some who don't seem to of tbefamily except Mr. Cum- think so. mins are, to have them, including County Road limgineer J. W. Will, who is confined to his bed Marlor, accompanied by A. H. with a broken leg. Hamlin, Holbert McClure and W. HardinMoore, the CHmax mer- M. Sowder statted last week for chant, and Squire Sherman Chas-tee- Torre Haute, Ind., to visit the were hero and closed tele- works of the A. L. Greenburg phone contract with the local com- Iron Co., atTerre Haute, but on pany, for connection. account of the violent illness W. W. Crookor, Electric light which overtook Engineer Marlor man, from James Clark Jr. Elec- tho party never got any further tric Co., Louisville, was here than Indianapolis. It was a mo;u Monday looking after the plant uufortuuate affair in that the party boing installed at this place. was never able to reach Terro County Attorney E. R. Gentry Haute and visit the works of this T. J. Niceloy, and W. L. Richards great corporation which company1 who were scheduled for tho trip was very anxious that Engineer to Terre Haute to visit tho A. L. Marler with Ins Rockcastle dele Greenburg Iron Works did not, gation should visit the great plant as evidenced by tho fact, that the make the trip. Miss Mary Elizabeth Fish of A. L. Greenburg Iron Works Co., Wilhntnsburg daughter of the sent Mr. Marler a check for $iOO late Judge John B. Fish, formerly before ho left Mt. Vernon and in of this county, has been selected response to a telegram sent them by Gen. William B. Haldeman to from Indianapolis by Mr. Marler 'stating that he was out of lunds ropresent Kentucky at the at Jacksonville, very promptly forwarded check erate-Reunion 8, as second maid of to him for a like sum that he Fla might continue tho journey. honor. .. J Chata-noogConfed6-- H. Wood, the Wildie merchant, was at Gov. Thatchers loc- turo heie Friday last. Undo Harris Baker, who is now more than four score year,.is In Very serious condition. Fred Owens is putting in some mighty good licks in the construc tion ot tho light plant. W. It. Holcomb of the Wabd section has returned from a business trip to Harlan county. x Georgo S. Griffin was up from Livingston Monday and reports largo sales in their big store. Mr. J. J.Thotnpson and family are here from Garrard to see Mr. H. Those receiving a copy of Mt. Vernon business directory containing court calendar should preserve it for future reference. It will come in handy when you wish to know,, datosof any of our courts names and addresses of all county offircrs and other information. mi MERCHANDISE MDOULUItLV hKtL i IN azzssaEBi jj$ : 1 In t' ' " ' iispr Come in today and let us show you these fine clothes. Save yourself at least $500 on your Spring outfit. Our guarantee of satisfaction goes with every suit. This is strictly a cash sale. i aW s -- Stand By Whafi You Buy 99 THE- WE PAY PARCEL POST ANYWHERE ALL AROUND HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES THE BUSY mjms CORNER 6-- NEXT TO THE , COURT HOUSE. - Genrgo Owens, the monument W. T. Todd was in London on man, is putting out some fine bvsiness Tuesday. specimens of his handicraft. There wllLb(j a meeting of the What a happy world it woul d b directors of the Mt. Vernon Fair if folks wouldn't say things about which they Association in Attorney E. R. their neighbors would't like to seo in print over Gentry's office, Saturday, April 25th at 1 p.m. , their signatures! M "All the sweetness of low prices will'not equal tho bitterness of poor quality nd 'poor service. Wo believe whoever wroto the above was absolutely for tho past thirteen years to constantly improve our service, ' We will keep on trying, for the word service is as big as all out of doors. KELLOGG & CO.Inc, Wholesale Grocers, , Richmond, Ky. ERCHAN T S Panama Canal. Richard Eu gene Taylor and Mondol Mullins, two Mt. Vernon soldier boys, now with ioth Infantry Co., P. TJ. S. army, at Panama, C Z., have tho honor of boing the first citizens of Rockcastle county to make a trip thru the canal from the Pacific to the Atlantic ocean. They ma"do tho trip three weeks since on vessel which made a sight seeing cruise. The 5o miles was made in four hours. Some women's choico of an in scription silence." for their . tombstone ' would read: "She suffered in Uncle Solly Riddle is very sick Don't forget the Mt. Vernon China's wouieu, not her mines, and has been for several days. " Fair August 5 her railroads, her agriculture, con Miss Ethel Da7is returned Monstitute the greatest- of her unde- day from a visit to rel atives at Stock Reducing Sale now on in veloped resources. Loxington. full blast at Fish '3. A chance for you to save a fow dolla.s on your Luther Lloyd'! think our homo girls family to Man is has moved his Spring outfit. Livingston. Rev. D. are just simply beautiful." Edgar Allen has moved into Mr. Bauber Shop. New location at Charlie "So do I, but you Mania' house. Fish's corner. Newly outfitted. know it cost so much to go with a W. T. Todd razor KENTUCKY EDUCATIONAL and scissors home girl, and that is why I go J. W. Lee of Johnette was the ASSOCIATION with a girl in a neighboring first out of town citizen to make manipulator. Apr. application for membership in our town. Ha ha." If you are interested in the A recent bulletin issued by. the Commercial Clu cause of Education in Kentucky, State Boaudol Health of Kentucky Mr. Malone, tho electrician in County officers who are members and if you wish to know what shows that 23 people died in this your state is doing and what it county of Tuberculosis and 6 died charge of the construction of the of Commercial Club: Judge G. M. ought to do in tho cause of educa- of typhoid fever in the year of Mt. Vernon Electric light plant Ballard. Circuit Clerk T. J. Nice-lewill soon have the polo line conCounty Clerk S F. Bowman, tion, attend the Kentucky Educa 1913- struction completed and will go to County Attorney E. R. Gentry. ti6nal Association, to bo held in Louisville April 29 and 30th and A now polo lino and wires be- wireing houses. Get your houso May 1 and 2. tween Mt. Vernon and Sand wired early. Electric lights are Many prominent educatois will bettor, dont cost Springs will bo completed by address the Association. It is telephone company by middle tho tho ordyiary lamp any more than FOR FLETCHER'S of burned for tho hoped that President Wilson will accopt an invitation to apeak. next weeir. When improved, ser- same length of time, to say noth Mr' T. W. Vinson, Secretary ol vice will bq had to Pongo, Hans- ing of the convenience aud pleasthe Kentucky Teachers Associa- ford etc. ure ol having lights ready to turn CLEARS COMPLEXION-MOV- ES tion requests that teachers and all SKIN BLEMISHES on at any moment. others who expect to attend the Do You Wish To Dyb anything? Why go through life embarrassKentucky Educational Conference or have itdone? See O.H. Mullins, Big Hohsb Dbai, A $40,000 ed aud disfigured with pimples, in Louisville, should sond in their under Masonic building, expert horso deal is undor way in Louis- eruptions, blackheads, red rough applications before the meeting of New lo- ville. Phil Chtun, the Association. Application clothing , hat cleaner. representing skin, or suffe'rinir tiie tortures of blanks may bo abtained from Mr. cation and everything sanitary. Jeff Livingston, has offered Apple-gat- e Eczema, itch,' tetter, salt rheum. your Uruggist W. A, B. Davis or from Miss Apr. Dr. !j3",ooo & Co., for thoir just nsic Eczema Ointment.for FolHobson's McCord, both of whom are mem-o- f Sanitary Shop. Todd's piece splendid raco horse, "Old Rose- low the simple suggestions and the Cbmmitteo from this Conundor Masonic building next to bud." It is considered that Liv- your skin worriesar.e over. Mild gressional District. Fish's store, everything new ingston will make the trade as he auuiuuis, euuuuve, lixceueni tor except tho barber who allow?, jou is anxious to have a good racer to babies and delicate, tender' skin. Stops chapping. Always holps. to sleep while giving you a shavo. carry his colors in tho Kentucky Relief or nione&'back. FOR FLETCHER'S 50c, at Demy. Apr. ,y3t. your Drugget. r 3-- 3t y, Children Dry CASTORI A 3-- Children Cry CASTARIA ,,,, - A . s I ' tiiSgga'Vfarw"T-TTlfc- i .. iMMWg Teases Ii '" U..i o ...afciKiLr.AaiMitl ' - JaWajfaafcl aaa Mitati afckaiS.wik v ' Settlement,- J ."tvjKlnfeSupt., Iri'Adcpunt 'tlfilll LrWc1 fVkiitit.r . wvwttj III1 V iuiuaao" (Con tinned from pago 2.) 1 DB Larigford Thp Rfinltnf Mt. Vernon 14 J W McCollum " Gran Cromer " Walker Owens J W Kincer 41 11 '.3 '' O51N0V A t 201 - 30006 500 00 300 po 800 66 1. , Dec 11 11 1 9Q3 89 5 60 100 00 1 18 19 27 2o0 Jan I912 25 I500 00 100 00 Feb 19 11 11 i y Go 7 4 Mcli i'8 W A Fa Jin borrow Jan. 1011 7 T 26 Keb. 13 " it on " 2o f 11 Niceley, Sheriff 11 ioo 00 IBoo oo 58 Goo do 2oo do. " J H Dickerson " Abe Rvans " Geo Adams ' J W Kirbjr 4 11 11 11 11 " ' W Kincer T T Niceley Sheriff T "EL Oaborn "WE "GW " G W Poynter "Jalia Gentry " lones DurHam 3 75 2 7o t5 ed money 50000 $452760 7.s June 80 Total receipts EXPENDITURES".1' u5 , ,a. i',i., t By amount of overdraft carried . GOOD PROSPECTS (l56 .: .&:..-,- .. ... ' ,,.n. 35 " THIS YEAR. 157 L W. Bethurum The fruit.ctopior i9t4PVorhTses I02 D'ee.Oummins 285 to be a very good one. The tree 4 50 have passed the winter in good 29 Geo Reams occurs 8 00 shape unless a severe freeze IO3 J M Craig. within the newt few wpeks and in1. 18 00 13I u " dications are that Kentucky will 11 129 Win McHnrgYio I5 00 0"i.V ll banner fruit yean The 154 W P Hoys 2 90 interest in thu production of bet-- , 81 J F Nicoley 480 ter fruit has been very gratifying and many orchards have Ibtit-( i43i a A 1 8 10 pruned, sprayed and otherwise FRUIT '. 4 Bk3 - r CASTORIA For Infants and Children. '" froth preceding"year .. ' "69 16 . 1 1 09 1002 By 3 00. warrant No 41 TJ J, - Niceley-lo- 7 80 Wm Poynter 25 Go ' 11 " Peoples Bank i vv 11 borrowed money 2000 oo 2 9o Apr. 24 "iWra McHarguo 2 ok DUlingHam 5 89' Poynter li 25 " ' 1. 11 11 1 11 11 11 1 v, Tno-.nnl01- 1 2 oo Kincor C9 lo over drawn w o,.'Tonl receipts $5571 4o fU " John Frake's " J L Norton T J Niceley "J B Proctor 41 "Granville Hurst 500 125 "OR Bostic 55 " ' 11 11 JBXPENDITURES 4 G9 B7 check to J M Craig b oo It ' J A Landrum II " Wm McHargue lo 8o a oo II " J G Orton ii II 2a oo 4 19 II A M Payno Goo Ii Kincer "JW 4 21 "AM Pavno . 14 800 200 "5 " 44 IO OO 4i it 11 11 1 11 11 11 11 1 Joo Jones "JA Osborn " .f H Browning 4' .las Chaney ii i 4 2 5o 4 15 15 47 2i People's Bank ; ' I3 John Eralcos 8 J W Kincpr 12 Sylvan Bordes 7 J M Craig 1 4 Tlib Banlc o( M t. Verno 1 Wra.McHnrgbo. 10 9 D'B LawlfdVa' 16 Wm McHargue 18 5O9 80 r 00 10 00 7 7o 3 00 8 00 u 25 11 1 T i07- "' i 18 05 itS MjMillpr,v. iG'4 Wm McHargue 300 188 T J Hays 2 ia 68 Hays . 4 3 z5 t) HO 11 11 ' 600 3 00 1. i23 J'CBuIfenv O7 Abe Evans . 120 M V Swirifor'd" 1I2 1 157 f Abe Evans J Hays ,, 4 4o 0 7o S 00 4 5o i38 O65 I2 00 " " 41 J M Crajg,. D B . 2400 4 70 " 44 4 Langford I7 Solomon Griffin Is I200 i2oo 20 30 JFSims. M.V SwnfoVa 22 2TS 1 11 11 11 l( " J A Landrum 80 " 1 M it ii II II II II ( II 'Town treasurer Livingston SolUe Taylor " Haryev Brown ' Z 44 J Miller T Hansel i0 75 2988 19 Brahamanf! 200 i'7o MC Say lor Ooo E Bullock, 3 35 7 29 51 Mahlon Summers 0 25 i5 00 i43John Walton il& R G 1 n9GDClark' i45 Shearer i59 M.at Adams " ' 4 I270 22 W C 4 1 1 sFKruger.j ii 11 11 i62'D3,Langforrd 7 35 2 55 '125 'it "JM'.Crnit: "McCollum Jesse Orton " The Christian Church 14 lo63 4 3o II looo 14 oo II II II II .1 44 44 CI M V u ' i & It "JG F Bowman Orton 8oo 35' 35 II l I II it II a"' 3300 "llheBaqkpf 800 Mr. Vernon Walker Owens 00 00 4o5 J W Stringer ' Tphn Fralres 135 f.060 "Bryant "Sain 2ioo " JPNictJjby ' " W 9 MijKinney 2 8o 4o 00 " Joiui Hotik J V Kincer 3 ro 44 Pete'Cummins 2 5o 41 44 II II II I 2 95 Hays Smith 9 65 J M Craig " I R McCracken iO Go " Ohesloy Payne 2 00 537 Oo " M F Craic 3 00 B Cable W WBetuurum I57 73 "L Peoples 'BAiik 1492 7o Solomon Griffin 91 98 " Bank of Mt. 8o4 22 Vernon 2 Go "TB Chandler 44 Jerry Rash 5 55 2 9o "SB Ponder 44 Johnson RLMcFerro'n " 44 " " 14 14 " '4 44 " 44 44 E Bullock 24 A M Payno 3O J F Griffin 35 SF Sams, 27 Woods Leoco .3 J C Bulien 23 . '. .. 88 W A Mink 37 S B Ponder 33 R L Hioks i2 W J bhildntsB . '104 30 ' 0 52 3 00 2 10 5 95 iOoB:Cabfe lA.WH Stephens " il3 , M 'Griffin i7oJ 116 Wm 158 ii 11 1 For furtjieripfounation address 3oo Hie Deparjtnent of Horticulture, 285 Kentucky Ejcperirhent Station, J ttoo II. Cariundy, Asststcnt tlofticul- 5 00 jturist, Lexingloii 875 2 35 3 80 .Tbe story thac,has been applied up to the present time has been the dormant application ot Sin Many Jose scalo principally. growers who are just starting to care lor their otchards feel that this application is sufficient. They should remember that this application is made more as a protection to the trees and not so iriu5h for the fruit itself,. The application that is to slio'w greater results has yet to from n be made, jnnd it is known, as he cooling moth sprayThese sp'rnyings arja very important from n, JruifsiHmlpoint. Particular effort should ,bo made to place some' of the material in eveiy cup. It'is'iriot so "necessary to try tospray evet'y.leaibut tbe operator should aim to' reach all of the fruit. fruit-standpoi- put in condi-jOh'- . lr 'rttCOilOIra L"'1-- 'MiMtereetfaiittitirA: PEU'QBNTi iiiinTTrl The Kind You Have Always Bought imgUtcStoraacasandBouknr BearsLlie'V -- RtoWfflrniaa Signature Promotes DigcsttonJCfcerfi-ncs y'LU and RestXontalxts neither Opium.Marp!iinc norMiairaL NOTN.ARCOTIC. 'jMcShmii MxttttiUtx- i - vlftrtaitf- iiamtai. . iffaLJr ntatu Anerfcd Remedv for tensim tl6n,SourStotaach.Dlarrtm VYorros ,t orrvnisionwevinsir ricsrafalLossog SiiER racS'imfo Signature of fJh Use W For Over Thirty Years The C'ENTAim Compaidt, ..NEW YORK. I : Ramsey 800 8 80 300 2 5o 4 oo, . 11 11 1 ao ,3P loo 00 2 ' 11 00' 60:" ii 11 Hurst i74TW'Kincer 17a Joo Sweeney 105.TR Mullins 17b W " 145 iVm JAGuinn Ooo 4 00 '26 28 1 4o 800 io9 R.ponderr 2fi.T'R Wuljlris Childress 80 WmFreiJoh 28 T G ROyholB 4I Wra SamB 53 Etfd Smfth 39 J S Rains 42 SF Sams 4g Cuas LoyeJI 31 W I 6 on 3 no n 1 l7. .,. i77'pp;L:aSwin J79pcPrith 184 J M 35 6 Go lo Jo J 4 3 70 3 7,1 B It (I l I II I " V Swiuford " G W Rogers M "JA Osborn " 5 75 4 75 5 45 2 75 " 4 8 Ml " " Craig n 10 DAILY HEALTHOGRAM People troubled with perspira tion of the fet. may try this method of treating them: Wash them morning, and evening with lukewarm water nnd castllo soap. After rinsing well and drying well apply the 'following solution, rub ding it In well; One hall an ounce of salicylic ncd, d'ssolved in One quart of alcohol: Cincinnati Post. 0)d Cull wopld fling away the acid, drink the alcahol and rub tbe fee, with tjjp bottjo. CASTORIA , Exwt Copy of Wrapper. THK CINTAUN COMPANY. NEW VOHKITV.- kUA invtw. s? mi 11 II II II II II II " 91o 3 O5 8 00 8 65 " 14 14 on 6 00 a ,V aflqUnrvHpwp . i U " Jerry Rasli ' W T Schafer ll C Ktrby ! 167 185 i thoo Yjnton ' Fejf (Joo Ooo 3 45 3 Bo i 11 11 5.25 " 44 41 44 (I II II II I 'JorinDowell 41 2 9o n 60 I II Wm Poynter ! 2887 3.45 .00 II II II II II II II ii 44 II 44 S B McKenzie 4o 00 ," II II II I ' II .1 "DC 41 Poynter 450 2 9o 55 II , "OC York 44 JJ Brown " W F Warrnn " Wm Poynter 44 Wm McHarguo "DC Duck J W Todd, ?& 3 7,"j 8 35 4o H IPace 5o Freemorf 48 J L Norton $. 47JLNnrton 4 7o" 4 o t Ketron' 3 20 ,i 11 11 18aGen Burton 108 3 B Ponder i92 Baml ofrMt Vernrfn i92 S BPonder i94 Jerry Rash ' ' 195 195 John Walton 198 J H Browning JQ9 UIB .. for inww iiyti... 11 mm 7 ii mmri:.. M v 4 So Beam tjio Signature of a . 4o5 95 3 50 iM - j6 v uoney fo&W.snh 80 11 11 11 m 4 00 2 35 4 5o 305 3 05 2 5o A il V 11' '(.- F'Stlotvoulva ut' in' this nfaateit J temmmwl filffrittk? pr(lwf th, Oram FAIb ond ri9?'n!OwnM RJ.MkM rnqppy.sq.rait that ( r T.herQ'11 UQna ifllodava mdre 850 11 fey0" 9.yday.Do your'owh ?hey flour mill over built. " Makes hlcrh nn RQ hhU (li,..! milliner mill for everybody around uae- - flo"r Ancl with this wonderfuL littlo ot "h" "I ,i ii 4-- I A' ii ii ii ii ' '! ii '"T.J 41 v B P Norton 1 "My Swinford Niceley r A McKinnejr " JA Sexton ' J H Hnrst .J " John Hibbard 14 Dr Walker Owens 12S 511 1 51 B5 KM SwWT Geo Aila us mi'o 880 7 SO 2 10 25 . 4,1. en 32 I . "RLBray ii ii ii ii i i 44 14 ,,CMGFish J, A Landrum 20oo 230 9 4 4 7 3 75 58 " J J B&kor " H li Wood "J A Oliver WB Baylor "HC Rowlfltt "GD Gntberie E Mullins & Son 11 11 2 50 3 50 3 7o .4 57UGBaknr 04 M V Swinford 62 Jas Chaney si MFjonen Frank Bullock D B635 4" "imHtfi t l&f' C HHrff V kn?!e ROLLER FLOUR MILL rYdukcnqulcWy bulU up abjffpaylne (lour trade right inyour own com. iKuniif. it 1110 crowninej mciiievement 01 ne great tjncllih mill A Kutntel i'inrentor.iattrau. aAMnl.a u11 at aueeeia that a revolutlonlind rthe mill. A .111 A..M la hiBlhKaa Mtmtm ' 70 11 11 11 1 tEl7onimanhdlltUopoWtrtomake L"1' f. . 4? 20 90 8oClellCottongim 63 M V Swjnfofd 2,po 0 45 aioo 7 25 2 55 I ii; 0 182 Pnyntvr fo?5 fRO a 45 "ABtaMl'o! better Plour CHqwperV. E j Brouk l42,Georga MoClHFe .305 &s 00 9o 92, 11 (o Walker Owens ivil Iff! fbjnpy ,53 jR jB ii ".J.H Bqwman, '''joh'nie Griffin W C Cummins Pete Cummins "Geo W Griffin Radr W9o 18 75 ii ,1 25. i ii ii i "CH 44 Coffey 2 25 3 op 8 75 11 "JMUrnig " I A Guirin J M Bullen, 44 it h i 11 11 $ nwptfm 72 4o8 i2 i80"WC Johnson 7n iOi Jos Anderson Georgia McClure 4 80 152 8 80. H C Rowleh "fflet&8 Sett Chili W as 1 n - fSWrili iN FftjflSM WUUrnF MMM&-- . IW'i to fi fflSa.uha, EY YHtircAim, wtw)uii,,. uTlit ki WlSSRKfffltt!SrnooUi fH-taa- . iiTrnSMH fiSEUlw. nnney back BUBntntM, Ven'vt nothing to H.k Nutiauen to ealn. jm SSWrfW Jy--- Sootli ud Willi, wm lillllllNI iJiii .,' SffiM f PINE-TAR-HON- Dr. Boll's 11 Send for Thii Free Book ..' p;,. 3?5 8 2 1 lo OO 76 David Wvbb 11 11 1. 11 " Solomon Griffin. ii 11 W P Hays jfrflj Parrett f3L Barton 3- 4 25 Ltt 3irso-- CiJ It ijm ' ' I "The atorr of a Wonder. ful Floor Mill" telllntr what others are dolnir .with id . 44 f ii ii ii 44 J J Nickols T J Niceley 0o5 2 40 5 00 18 00 275 no 11 78 g5 J - fl&Wnford f?B.SolIieGftm 2ol'W Adallrl The gn ' 44 Milton Deaton B it ii i GrB Cotton JTA'p'uihti e'EuIIocU . H II II II " D 44 4'JAGuinn Langford i7so 9 00 6 7, it it 11 43 H mntr R B Swaphpf w 19 65 5 00 po I4O89 l9 fi3 MJUlltliili.ri.V:t.'t..Zlt INlf fxfl.IIONEJr. h., it HH coMcti'lelat.o "Onitb.i' toa.1 AfAu VilimtsaiL-BOii-tuo- "Et.ty'jf.nuln. Wr..i sm vnjota tni l v'J.'i:.'! botfl of DR. BELL'S It. 1. WW&)IAWe?icAN Wii' & .i ;T2r. iniiHfia,- - vwiaistra, ay. . JS75 87.5 ll II H C Rowlett .' II I 1. '11 11 "WA-Pttli44 " Win McHargue Ooo J M Adams Eva Fish 44 Chas 0 Davis Harrison Isaacs J S Andereon "OP Laswell 4 II II II J W McCollum 15 00 " D B Langford 12 00 44 Wm McHarguo 8 05 4 45 J M Craig 44 08 00 Neai;Prret Punk.Kirbj Franklin ' 3 ll II II 11 1 15o 3 5o 41 7oo 00 S05 ll 11 14 74 W A Pajin 79 J C Biillsti 7t Wm McHarRUQ O9 D B Langford 7o Wm McHargue 66 R L Payne OS 1m 450 4 4o 5 ii f 11 11 BankofMt Vernon Wm LJvplJ i&wwmj rrfl ,. 85; 5o 4 00 HUS BAND RESCUI Lib? V 41 7; 11 1 35 .' i " cCplJum 44 J A McKinnley II II 11 44 3 00 $o Allison " R G Shearer J A Sexton 41 mJW 85 84 94 g5 90 91 ,4 8o 3,00 11 11 11 4 5o 5 50 10 02 5 00 5 00 11 VsAJbriifit 44 41 , 650 9636 116s 1036 1 II II II 11 11 1 Wm Lovell 9 00 Wm McHarguo 48 00 '.' 11 ti (i 11 11 J V Dootey " J A Sexlon 44 11 n 11 W O Mpffiofley Z Emriek H L Smitlr J .T VV Ufi 435 Boo 11 W;Paron8 S Helton ' n it 11 ' A J Owens " 11 11 11 "G J M Craig Payne II, II II II I 4 " C Fish J. M Oraig ' 11 11 11 11 "J F " W? Ramsey HQVtyr 145 11 205 4 5o 'i "W-D- , 80 25 " A M Pavne ' E Bullock 11 5 1o' ii .1 11 11 11 . Venrv Clark 1 - II S II II II II II II II 'TJjcelef ' I85 t2oo 4J.D McFerroi i65 28o 48 oo 1 45 2 75 21 00 4 8s 5 20 3 i5 't 'Won I Vnrratt payment of note to Floyd Peters ' pnyment to "EB Brown "T6 Braoaman JA 200 175 4050 H Owena 75 59 J T Adams 3 00 100 Jack Abney 2 90 98 J J Nlckola . 7 95 93,Smithi& 'Mdlifas 1380 2 fi,6 i4o J W Cfhasteon 2o6 J J Fronrh 2o7'Pooples,Bank 2o0 R E Bell ,2o9,Jas Chappy 2io M V Swinford iJfWm Baker So$ D B Langford 9 oo 4t 30 ms)) Mi!,er Big Wm Vfpffargue 800 ,20 fiia.Go Robjnson hi Crfl Tha location' of our factoir anrea ua lowcit freight from rnllli to factor, an3 from factory to you. '(.'( a titttr Silt and Sat) miniy by y "wtilinr u fof catalog ahd prireai v J- - It lm th only rent wntinunui door opening, i Hoopa made of totted iteel. jHoopa can be adiutted from lad. .' Her front door frame,' Doors yrood. "The Wooa EternaL" madeof-Ce.Iifornia-Re- DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging . Conditi6ns,vMr-'s.BulIoc- k 'Gave Husl 4 had gotten so weak I could npt stand, and I gave up In despair. 1 At last, my husband got me menced taking it. a bottle of 'hsmtttmwzwm' "" ""' " puijjinii WJM f. aaVaaHaaaaaaa Up In Despair. Came Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com- .- - to Rescue.' From the very first it ii 11 11 J it Orftig 2t4D 0 Langford 2 19 Wm ?5op 600 12 00 4 dose, I could tell it was helping me. I McHarguo 11 .11 P p Singleton ' 3 ii 11 1 2t6.M i4 Vwiriford 300 ai. IrfBVSal 4oqo 'BaaaaaaaaaaalBaQ&9rIB ' Geo-Robins- 4 00 330 30 ? 90 1 217 R A S,wipford A enrsni KMn- an ie!ersf!ing Istter tlrJn5BSiH,dwj?olHF3,,iryw8rfc II are al! mn Mm "om tnis plspg, Mr: Bsdis wwty writes ?g follQWPI iUffcred fqr fgyf treHb!?s, d8fi!r'vs hp n 3e?P3iF: Tr? Iie'p?4 years, with womanly troublw, and during enWi j!i? wensn's ten!?: It MM m m 87 Geo A,dams .99 J J NckoJs QfQ&'Q&ofa. lit J G tomtit 2'3'Joe Jones 220 Wm Bamejtte 22i J T :Ba'llinger ' 175' E'K'ullock; 3?0 h looo H 11 11 2 55 11 11 11 11 44 D'liSford Sutton J H, Bow mm AM Payne' E K Houston ,'C 44 44 44 ii ii. II Ii II II II ( ii .ii 11 ii 11 , Wm McHarguo " Milton JUeaton Booth Purcejl " Jack Ballinger J WKincer 41 44 Landrum freight on bench seats .H7 payment in cash to Joe Kirkmdoll. Simon Money and Eugene Brown (or 5o handling sea.it ,By payment to Eugene Brown in cash for handling 41 It II II K 11 .v 285 3 00 2 fQ.M this time, I could only Bit up for a little inore than 3 m'!l'9n woumen, in ($ g 'while, and could not walk anywliara nt y8' of continuous nf'fei.an(I!!GU!fl all. At times, I would nave "severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has W9 itf'VL APfljly 97 D .V ,11 s?yfl?rnett II 11 11 ill j fi B wizard G.Bnllok io4 Owen Alkm 50 20 'BV in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his sold Cardui for years. treat- He knows what He will recom- it will do. Ask him. mend I . 7 i'o It It II II rfif; 3 li7.ZTHapsel lo 00 By payment to 55 4 20 4 00 Beats ifi T ( W Kincer 2 00 5 25', U t I. fjofigjjie.grl 69 R Bufjpflk. : I24 Jas.Chanp3T ' 4 00 13 50 gw H H.DUy Jl I 70 3 on 1 20 i5 00 .15,01) II II sad Johh SnaKd 180 J'E' Mullins ,?82 I M. Craig 333D'BLariL'ford 'I-i ' m.w.mwctlpt ue Vi mmmm, TaMes . jaiBw-- mrt ment relieved me for a while, but I was Aft er I it Begin taking Cardui today. Chattinooxa Meilclne Co.. Ladlea Chattanooi. Tenn., for Special soon confined to my bed again. 6 m 1' Advisory Dpt... Write to! Treatmeat far Wamen," tent la plain orappar. II II 4' 41 Wm Hicks by lost check By payment to E Bullock ;5 po 3 0fl ll M 221 ,' 229 W P Kincer Mmfwmtm 4i Interior WopdwofB x$&c$yd$ JA - sifHSsSsrr - u4UJLJ.lkviJi4-ltellX..- t . Xm 0 2o Owen-Alle- fr II II 1 "lEdi Smith 44 41 11 11 11 r ' II Win Bal'cer W P" Hays 11 ll' II ii' 11 11 "C.H.ii'rith. " Wm'BulIook 11 11 r 'i II '1 II I II ' wrt ,"' . i. V i 11 11 II II rl II GeoBurton' "J WKirby 44 J W Parsons 44 ,Jps)ab1eece Boo 300 settlement) 4 4o June 30 i91I Total Expenditures $5571 4o 485 Annual settlement of J W Kin. 102o 625 cer with Fiscal Court of Rockcas1500 tle' County, Kentucky for the 8 55 year beginning July 1 i9n and 385 ending June 30 19i2 for County 6 00 funds. 4 00 (in settlement) 4 4o By check to JM Oraig (in JV II II II II Ooo Ooo, I36 Jqflai Parsrms, 183 1 10 Owen Allen ' ad' . Mpefle! 37 55' !( a if 11 Ooo 2 25 XP9r io8's6lie".Gttfnn' " 107 i2rWra'B'uliock , . i: 34 35M,USnyJor it a75 4 6o ' 11 11 11 ?37 ItylaJo'nKS ?3& M V QWtni or'd 834 J J? DniW , W)0 tlyslm,IR?L fioO ,802 Ifi At. oMfMm- 3&MB WM- ORjJS!VIULl .Aryy ' WIN 1 I .,U.NPgBJAK,E,R, tf M Person J4i l G B.ak6,r 34o,Lee Chandler, . 7o 800 7 95 19O l?S 'mmagm'mm ... ....,... ,...x. .. mm1 1 'ri'rpdW'Ky MMaM4aAw.kaMaVlaW.,. ,.4... jBLWkm w 89Vrri Bullock, II II I ' 44 4,'DeSatur"'Dubk f II J D Henderson 44 0 0 Davis RECEIPTS , Aug 1 I911 Peoples Bank 569 30 2 00 proceeds of note Aug 58 T J Niceley Sheriff 458 56 lo28 2 10 3 05 5 2o II II II II . 'VmsrWyvipnriftiirps tiTT 8Q oo ,tpl Dee Cnmmjis . ' . r! 7 . . ;' L.. .. OPPnup? no" veoic.; ifil Wm MeHarlfue 1 ii i NecfWeeks issuo'Will 'show tho L VV"Bethuri!m ? uw IttZL 34 y Jf KZ t,1f mi9. tn an. ccuiuuibuir iiwuiyutj H Gentry 155 50 ii x9i3. 11 125 139 Peoples. Banlc CC Davis,. ! it 179 Oo Tnne 3.10 S B Chandler u'a , AiiHtttnn enltlamAnl' V.UUMVT M.S"i..uM... 'lo.'loia'balanco i4 ,, iLouUvft,Jyi CoiSinsl GagUotp apd IrQbeg Mail, TeiogrApJ or tv V V V ToJo-phon- e 'mmmW9mEEli a. ' ordor8J Promptjy li'illod. t. -- -1 JOHN ROBINS Brodhead, Ky. w VV $3C&c3rpOC XXrZ :'