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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914042401 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. !; A rnifti oy fack "JprW' GE SHOWING THROUGH r tfi S Published Every Friday I laaHaaKHHiaHiiaaaMa mtam tarn MT. VERNON, " i VOLUME XXVII. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY APRIL filial .. -- ? it ' Established 1887 "" 24, 1914 ' i"Mfc M NUMBER 27 M Why not get your hat made to order? You know that you hat can be fitted properly in a ready-maand you would not have it made to order just for the mere sake of spending a few You know that it would extra dollars. show poor judgment when there's no particular advantage to be gained. de and a big fight down in Mexico, but the saying is old men for counsel and young men for war. and we belong to the counsel side Mrs. Miioy Aldrldge visited relatives at Conway, Saturday. , :::::;::::::?!;!!...... ,I,,IliitiiJt!?n?ni:::f ?:::? .;.: H?:;::!???:??:::::::::rr?????::::?::::::: ABIBBH ? Mrs . H. Browning, is Visiting r relatives in Crab Orchard this week. Holbert McCJure.Jof Mt. Vernon and Butch McClure, of ackson, Ky., ware here between The writer sold a fine horse to ohn Clark; price paid 3125.00. Nathan McWhorter has moved his family to the prop erty' of the Cockrell estate near coal bins? , ::::: ::::- , " Hj trains Tuesday. PBk. VRk m The following letter is published by request of Judge G. M. Bal lard : H r ik H tB H M H vfc H JH A H A 111 H M I I H J HHhIH Hill! ""3 VPfew H v aw Jr A. I frr H h H m .. .. . Thrhe Haute, Ind., April 20, 1912. G. M. Baltjvud, Judge, Co. Why not apply the same principle to the buying of clothes ?v Clothcraft Clothes at $J0 to $20 are ready for service and you can cuickly"find the one that fits your form and fancy. No waiting no delays no guessing how your suit will look when you put it on you can see and trys before ; mm , you buy. ... : ifcM&&Qgi:R&sn &JwaJ& . rv .. ,- --. ? ' . i be fitted in Clothcraft Clothes wjth little or , k. no alteration. We" want to prove this to some of you men, who only think, you cannot be fitted in Clothcraft Clothes. Yes, today, we're ready. Ready-for-Servi- ce EHum CLOW u SI TTON & McBEF MT. VERNON, KY. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Dear Din We have your letter written us on the 14th, and we want to thank youvery much for the information you have sent us. "We also wish to advise you that J. W. Marler wrote us a letter some time ago advising us that the Court wanted to come to.Terre Haute to see us in reference to Culverts, Road Machinery and Bridges, aud that they would do some business with us. We sent him $100.00 In advance to buy the tickets to Torre Haute, and we advised htm we would pay bis expenses to Terre Haute. He came to Louisville and called us by telephone and said he wanted us to spnd ))im some more money, as ho st'atod we did not send him enough money. We immediately Bunt him $ioo.oo'by telegraph, and ho advised .us over the telephone, also by wire" that, ho had all the members of tht Fiscal Court with nun. we immediately complied with his requeStJind sent him this money, and then he called us un fro!" IfldlapsUiMagGin amJfsaia that they would be here in a few hours, and they never showed up. Now, this gentleman has $200. of our money, and wo have this day written him demanding that he return our money at once, and we wish you would advise how many members of the Fiscal Court was with him, and if Mr. Marler is the duly elected County Road Engjnper, as Mr( Marler stated over the phone that the entire court was with him in Louisville. Any information you cau give us will be kept strictly confidential, and we trust you will lot us hear from you by return mail. Yours very truly. Tub A L.GnnRNiiERG Iron Co., J. A. Finkklstbin, Pres. LEVEL (1KEEN. II NTnrpc w LU1 vO Mt.Vernon Jr'wl ' A i III i H I 0t.. . Livingston ,, i tf, - f1 e' The Stores that do the Business CM LOAD Retail Dealers with Wholesale Prices mmmmmmmmmm DRY GOODS NOTIONS FURNISHINGS CLOTHING HATS & CAPS GROCERIES PROVISIONS FURNITURE CARPETS SHOES & SHOES & SHOES HARDWARE American FENCE BHOVllKAD. Mr. and Mrs. Mat Pike of Livingston, were visiting Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Pike the first of the week. H. H. Wallin, of Danville, was in town a few hours the first of the week. P. A. Shelton sold a tract of land in the north part of town to A. E. Albright lor $550. J. Thos. Cherry bought a house and lot from Mrs. Celia Mattio Owens place and Mrs. Orchard, were nf fJrnb smith sworn in as clerks. Mrs. Mary Albright and Miss Meade Barton were in Crab orcnarJ the first of the week. Henry Brooks, who ts working for the Railroad Co. in Jackson, was hero Tuesday. Mrs. Maurice Proctor has been quite sick for the past ten days, but is somewhat improved at this writRight, of ing. Prof. C. W. in town Kv. was Hancen, Wednesday and made application for the Principalship of Brodhead 'Graded School A number attended the play given at Crab Orchard last Friday night by the Turpihon Silver street last week. Mrs.Turpin bought this property from Mr Cherry last fall, but on account of the death of her husband she decided to sell the property back to Mr. Cherry. C. Byron Owens was made Assistant Postmaster at the local post office, and Mrs. Celia Turpin, of this Christian church. Among those attending were Prof. T. H Likins M. Hiatt, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. F. Carter, L. M. Brown, Mrs. Mrs, J. R. Cass, Mrs. J. M. Mrs. John Robins Rob-ertaMr.a- tact with our friend Maret, and of course we cannot ten wnat our reception will be, Dut our friend S. C. Franklin has agreed to ar range a treaty of peace, and Maret and myself willburry the hatchet. Mr. and Mrs. G, D. Cook have CLEARS COMPLEXION-MOV- ES returned from Mt. Vernon where SKIN BLEMISHES they were called on account of the Why go through life embarrass-'deatof Mrs. Cook.s mother, Mrs; ed and disrigured with pimples, jerome Lair. Our new po'st . , . eruptions, blackheads, red rough Cnttnnnim ' ,. oM. ' skin. ry unfTnvinrr t,i tnrr.llrpQ nr Eczema, itch, tetter, salt rheum. ting along O.K. in his new posi J. E Woodall, of London, Just ask your Druggist for Dr. tion. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Fol- was with our merchants Tuesday. low the simplei suggestions and J. W. Baker was in Mt. Vernon, your skin worries are over. Mild Tuesday. There was a box supsoothing, effective. Excellent for per given here Saturday night by babies and delicate, tender skin. helps. members oi the Base Ball Club ; Stops chapping. Always Relief or money back. 50c, 'at receipts $37.00. Mrs. C. H. Rice your Druggist, left Sunday for Stanford, Ky., Cin h . and daughter, Mildred, and Misses Miranda Tate, Gertrude Martin, Rcca Brooks, Anna Cass, Sue Cable, Rilda Chandler, Lonu Bessie Sproulo, Byron Owens Wallace Haggard, Frank Brooks and Everett Watson. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Barnes moved to the T. H. Jarrett property, and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawrence moved to the W. H. Lynch property this weok. W. S. Fish, of Stanford, was in town Wednesday. Uncle John Sigman who has been at W. G. Adams' near Hiatt, was carried homo Wednesday, a distauco of about live miles. His condition A. J. is quite serious. Judge" Haggard is calling for vol un teers to go to Mexico, and we understand to be in that the Judge expects command. Well that might be alright, but we would prefer to make breast works of him. Granville Owens, our now postmaster, says he would rather have charge of an army in Mexico than be postmaster, and wo are satisfied that he would have less itoms to look after. Mc-Cal- l, LIVINGSTON. Fields, of near Stanford, was here a few days ago visiting Mr. relatives and friends. Fields was once a citizen of our W. M. county and we are always glad to see him. John Overbay, living near Livingston, had a paralytic stroke Sunday and from what we can gather is in very serious condition. J. H. Walton is able to walk to town and back. We hope f it will not be long until he is again. T. C. Welch and C. J. Rice was in LouisAille, Monday on business, As wo are summoned to attend one day of Circuit Court we hope that the new electric light plant will be in operation by that timeas we long to see Mt. Vernon lit upby electricity, and perhaps we will stay over to see this sight as we are nicety to come in conhim-sel- Ohio and Paris, Ky where she will spend a few days with relatives. Dr. V. T. Amyx has moved into the River Mansion Hotel, J. M. Foure has moved to the house vacated by Dr. W. T. Amyx, and Luthur Manis has moved to the house vacated by Mr. Foure. Theo. Graves has moved to L. H. Davis' now house and F. McClure has moved to the house vacated by Graves. C. A. Blanford was in London, Sundav. -- S. C. Franklin, and E. S. Albright of the Signal, wore in our town Tuesday. J. H. Dickorson who has been quarantined for several weeks on account of small pox was on the streets Tuesday, looking himself again bnt bearing the marks that always follow the diseaso, Eliza Herd, of Cincinnati, Ohio, is visiting her sen Edgar Herd, and sister, Mrs. Susie Mullins. Mr.and Mrs. Bill Tubbs, of Jackson, Ky., stop ped off on their return homo from cinnati, hurrying their son, Frank, at Bailey's switch.--M- r. and Mrs. R. Gregory, who has been atSpur-lingtohas returned home. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Foure have pur chased a restaurant at Pinevillo and may locate ihero in the near future. Edgar Herd was iu Cinf cinnatl last week and was accompanied homo by his mother, Mrs. Eliza Herd, who is very sick. James Ponder has sold his farm on Gauley Branch nind will move to Oklahoma in the near future. The land sakes what a busy time it is, the garden to put out, all the fence to fix up, the potatoes to plant, the county road to work n, Hugh were in Burnside Tuesday and Wednesday on business Miss Florence Major ot Bandy, spent Saturday and Sunday with her aunt Mrs. W.E. Hasty. Atty. R. L. Brown was up to see his mother one day last weok. He was al so speaking tor the Bond Issue in Pulaski. Mr. J. T. Vanhook who has a position at St Helen is spending a few days with his lamilyhere. Little Joico Price continues very sick- .- Mrs. J. J. Brown is suffering very much Mrs. W. E. with rheumatism. Beaty and brother J N. Hatcher are visiting their mother, Mrs. R. B. Hatcher this week. There has not been any preaching at Friendship Sunday on account of the pastor Rev. J. G. Soward being called to Rose Hill to conduct the funeral services of Mrs. Lair. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brown and children came down from Crab Orchard and spent Saturday nlgbt and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Brown. G. E. Price was in Mt. Vernon Wednos day. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. took their little daughter, Oartolle to Mt. Vernon Tuesday to have her examined. Wm. Hurst made a business trip to Elrod first of the week. Sunday School wil be organized here at the school house noxt Sunday the 2fiM , Every body is invited to n tie ml. It will be in the afternoon. We hope it will be a success and be a benefit to those who do not live Flora close to any church.---Mi- ss Hurst is visiting relatives at Uar- encethis week. W. E. Thomas and son De-Bor- d barb;wire SALT FERTILIZER: TOBACCOS WINDOW GLASS PAINTS & OILS Doors and Windows MACHINE OILS SCREEN DOORS QUEENSWARE SCREENiWIRE ENAMELWARE WAGONS CULTIVATORS TINWARE PLOWS STOVES AND FARMING TOOLS RANGES HARNESS and BUILDING PAPER SADDLES ROOFING ! STONE WARE FLOUR & FEED U. G. Manager MT. VERNON GEO. S. Manager- LIVINGSTON i Baker Griffin mrrMm)g w4hMunun MMiMUWMiiBMMW (VIlyVhRNQN SIGNAL Friday, April 24. 1914 Pyblishid every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONK VKAR $I.OC on Advertising rales made knoivn application MEMBKR OF KENTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION Tub Caxholic church is on ene my of the American public school system. Catholic writers are and for past it have been fighting bitterly than before that period. One of these writers under the caption of "Is our Public schools a Failure? kept an article of this kind running in Ladies Home Turnal all thirty years more tN a sermon at Pennsylvaina Univursatv a short time since Billy Sunday toid: vn just "But Pilate one f In those pliable stand-patfree lunch, politicians, lie was the direct ("Continued from last week.) rjsultof the mnchiue gang in Jew Annual Settlement of I. W. ish politics and he was afraid that 'Kincer, Superintendent, with the if he released Christ he would lose Fiscal Court of Rockcastle County ' his job." Kentucky for county funds re- " That is a pretty fair description ceived and duiingthe) " of old Pontius. Ho trained with year brj. inning July 1 i9i2 and the mob. It made no difference ending June Ho 1913. where truth, honesty, purity were REDlilPl'S he was for the spoils That July 1 ioiJ) Gained from pros mtence involves the whole pro' ceeding year, balance lgG i4 lem of politics whether Aug i(i Larkin llicks truth 01 selfishness shdl rule. borrowed mont-500 00 Then he sail: " 28 R H Hicks "If you can't understand what borrowed money .00 00 this means, just take a walk out Sept 12 John Sourd sale into some comet ry some day and ot old hnit-- e 12 00 look at the tombstones. " 12 T J Niceley tax of You'll find that the name of the man who 1911 3ioco had a political dng twenty rive Oct g Solomon (Jnlfin years ago is absolutely forgotten.'" borrowed money 2oo oO " ' 'J J M Ciatg ale of larger portion ol the whisky Till: old house if, oh that is used around Mt. Vernon " 21 T JNiccloy tnxof is hlupped here in "jugs" and h;12 300 00 "Mottled In Barn". SETTLEMENT Account With County. B IN THE DISTRIGT Rock-cast- le CORT O.-TH- E UNITED STATES FOR THE KASTEKN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY III J. W. Kincer, Supt., When h iiirtii gets mad he stops t unking witb h's brains and turn" t ie job over to hn fisrs nnd lungs Then he produces a mess of ideas as a child pr duces art with a pail of red paint omsa otn Japan pq q oj oa l ino ujii odfia em nnnniuqiopoj ! ".I pliv") loon oid.lv Xre o wax. op mq M1 nU ion m "11 lolj unJiimui qi ino jsAfi 311 qanoi ion orj Pe lH !! I 1 MM uiimiiT- ' ' ifwartl rat-hol- , pie-coum- er . l W Kincer 2,Win McHarguc ;fj M Oraig lSPwples Bank R J Sheartn-liJas ol 1117 1 8 55 3ol5 00 9 00 1 00 2 7 I4J- - Clunev Lf wis Miller A k't -- to-da- y y 4 jo ro rout door of the Courthouse, in 2o0 75 vl t. Vernon, Kentucky, between SlAValker Owens 215 25 the hours of 0 0 clock a. m. and 19fj W Kincer 2 00 I o'clock p m , to the highest and 18 4 00 best bidder the follo.vihg tract 20UJ A Land rum 2 10 of real estate, lying and being in 22l J M Craii? 4 5o theCounty of Rockcustle, in ihe l6i M V Swinford 3o. lowu of Brodhead, Kentucky, and 2o 2iR Swinford There is no one so easy to flab bergast nnd hornswagle as the NOTICE OF SALE Trustee will man who allow-- his opponent to The undersigned on the 271I1 day of April, A D , do the thinking while he is burst 191.1, it being the first day of the iug ut the seams wit'i indignation regular term of the Rockcastle and producing vast clouds of Circuit Court, offer for sale, at the smoky langujgo whioa is besido of RoukcaBile 'omity l'nlr Ae.sool.itton, ttiemnttor ) ( tn Haiikrnptey r ( Jla ! "0 S3JMJLVXV1 aMHK s P Bowman no point ChWdron Cry FOR FLETCHER'S v O ASTO R I A Ono Lone Germ Between Good Fellows Wffif Always Satisfy Make yon look, feet ant be well dreMtd They have the style, qusl- tty, finish and wear that satisfy, OST VOUH9 Just "Rtf) VtW SWANN HATS HIRl Breeds Millions J W (eo Pease D B Kincer Kb Albright John Sc2tt 2G H Owens 4G J T Balhnger 85 J c Woods 48 A W Norton 36 J C Woods 175 and known as tne Rockcastle 1 00 Count Fair Grounds. 125 First tract is described as fol 3 00 lows: 4 00 Beginning 2iG C 25 Lnrford Fish $80 A 1( tore or cut lets tho ikln. sermi undrthitop Its you don't brrtdlnff Ihf r will b mUUoDiln li dar- '" DR. PELL'S last year. This year the ial Review is beinjj Pictorfo- - Mch .i the used same purpose. Public schools and Masonary are anathema to Catho locism on account of their advocacy and practice of the freedom guaranteed the people by our constitution. If these publications expect to join now or retain old subscribers by running such stuff in their columns we fail to see from whence they get their expec tations. The Catholic church, if it had the power would do away with our public school system and substituted one of their own under the control of the Pope at Rome.. If that day should ever come, its good bye to religions or any other kind of liberty in these Rood The American United States. people have been asleep at the switch. They ore now waking up Club will shortly elect a president. By a tacit understanding none of the tiouii-note- d PoWKits will be a candidate for of tax f 19I1 2000 00 T J Nicelov tax of 1912 600 00 A RARIJ TRKAT JuneOlOiU " 200 00 " A rare treat is in store for those Mch 3 500 00 " 6 Larkin & R H Hicks who attend the third number ol bonovved money 50000 Miss .Mary the Lvcum Course. " 18 T J Niceley tax of j Bean, a graduate of the Emerson renomimtion at August primary JJe.2i TJ Nicoley balance Dec 3-- 300 00 for Congress. ) 20000; School of Expression, will furnish the program for Saturday evening June 30 Peoples Bank pro- ceeds of note balance 236 00 April 25th. toss Bean comes Total g657o 14 highly recommended as a reader, June3()l9l3 J EXPENDITURES and will give a very pleasing aud Warrant entertiining program. No. 246 L H Davis If yon wish to spend a pleasant ,300 242 Laricin Hicki eVeuhig, coine'tb the Graded 142 9o 244 D B Langford School AudHoriaui Saturday even300 " 247 Rov Britton 1 ing. 40 248 J R Cass 7 2o i!'i2 " " " 24(5 .1 A K tandrum 24 o2 3 "o 6 35 5 00 The Louisville Commercial ' -- . IKf.rf. Geo Mar leu 5o Mch. 30, 19I4. ' Trustee. members are to decline to be 045 Solomon Griftiu 157 as candidates, but now lo E S Albright 13 75 Thos Steveus lo 5o CHECK YOUR APRIL COUGH comes forward a member' Mr. D. 0 J W Kincer 2 no 00 E L Brown 4o 00 E. Kline, who is offering reasons " ,4 r. or Thawing f rostj and April rains liitopTi-eyuold"K chill-yowhy he wants to "dekline" the .t Vt to lit very marrow, you 9 00 (Conlinlfed "Srr.cothea and Soothes" you catch cold Head and lungs honor of being a candidate or be B Langford II D 300 .So) J CRANifY METCALFE. stuffed You are leverish Cough ing voted for. In first place its CUM or continually and feel miserable there Is lust mm his namo(D. E. Kline) "dekline" croups, ccmbs ,arWs,ut'coW. fhrnr inrnhl.. all ttlUSQ hacking You need Dr. King's New Distun's to boothe and bmootae with and wants it to remain so. Accovery. It soothes inflamed nnd Dr. Boll's cording to his constitutional rights irritated throat and lungs, stops PINE-TA- R -- HONEY cough, your head clears up, fever the Club cannot rob him of his Will Increase Your Yield 10 to 30 Uuslicl Per Acre leaves, and you feel fine. Mr. J We care not what corn you have now, if vou paant FARMERS a co and name so he insists on claiming Ltovorcoldeverybody It tlio itinKT goes toes. It all li it! j T. Davis, of Sticknev Corner. II. Soothe asd bmooibo and It doesa't INTEREST WHITE DENT alongside of it it will beat it iO to SO the rights to dekline and that he scattor. Me, "Was cured of a dreadtul ousneis per acre. hotile cl DR. BELL'S shall remain dekline J'!7 cough after doctor's treatment usif.TAu.nosEv h a ncii coil Farmers Interest hos been bred for 18 fears. Barren stalks and a picture u( "Granny," too. and all other remedies failed. Re have been eliminated, the ears grow very largeand tho quality is At AM Druj Stores, 25c, COc, 51.00 It is claimed that the shipping lief or money back. Pleasant-Child- ren iiigu. 1 ins variety lias alwavs nnn thp r uiipst honors at th Trust is spending hundreds of "Tell By Tho Bell" like it. Get a bottle tognat International Corn Expositions, open to. the world trom the thousands of dollars to defeat the day. 50c. and $1. 00, first one held in Chicago in 19O7, down to and including this year at your repeal of the ship subsidy free Drugeit. 1914' Bucklen's Arnica Salve for All The selection, bi'eeding and improvement of this corn has canal tolls. It is claimed that Stores. conferred on farmers, and all tho people, greatei benefits than some of the leading papers of the all the work of Luther Burbank, the plant wizard of California. country are carrying colums of The least expensive and most certain way to improve a corn matter advocating free tolls, for crop is to let others do the breeding and vou buv the result at a which said papers aro receiving small price per bushel. For a farmer to produce a bushel of corn like we will sell him lor a couple of dollars-woullargo sums of money. These require the work of years worth a thousand dollars or more. articles appear as reading matter English Squirrel is a combined Send your name for a FREE sample nrd'r fnrthfr particulars; as though coming from the editors Stallion, 6 years old, full 16 hands aud photo reproductions of grand swtepstakes exhibits. Better of these journals. Congress has high, 3 white feet and star, a beauwiitoNOW. The photographs of corn are well started a movement to force all tiful bay, with high style and acworth seeing. f Named and introduced by such natter to he properly markt tion, subject to registration. O. K. SEED STORE, DEPT. Indianapolis, Indiana "advertisement. " This stallion will make the sea Mention Signal whon yon write. son of 1914 at my barn 4 miie An exchange says that alcohol from Hiatt Postofiico at $7.oo to " GOING TO THE WALL" will remove grass stains on r Blaok Topsy, sired by Blnck insuro a living colt. Season unquestionably are all our new clothes. The exchange is Squirrel No. 58; 1st dam bv monev becomes due when colt is will also remove sum- and choice designs iu Wall Papers. right. It Bushwhacker, Shftnklin's, horse, foalna or inure parted with. He mer clothes uud also spring and Hero are patterns from the hands and dam Thoroughbred. Tom has proven hiinsoll a good breeder winter clothes, not only from the of the very best designers in the Tom Covington, Jr , is a dark Covington, Jr.'s 1st dam Maud his colts being winners at Mt. man who drinks it, but also from trado, and such beautiful atifl per- bay, iG hands high, black points, Hilton, sired bv Old Champ, nd Vernon Fair two years his wife and children. It will re- manent colorings that every pos- foalded April, 1908. He posesses dam by Gray Eagle. PEDIGREE: move household furniture from sible tasto in shade may bo satis- all tho five gaits with grace, speed My Jack BILL WALKEti known Sired by Kentucky Squirrel tno house and edibles from the fied. Not a spoiled yard in uuy and action. He is a true typo of as Crawford Jack, will also nake 623, by Wood Sqirrel 2622 by pantry; the smiles from the face piece, and prices away down. the saddle in beauty of motion seitsoa atsame place, $5 00 to Black Sqirrel 58. 1st dam Willie of his wife and, tjho happiness form. Tom Covington, Jr.. 'sure n livimr nnir, C. C, COA', DudderarTleg No 3633, by Van from his home. As a remover of is a combined harness aud saddle Opposite Court House, Miltei"s King 739, son of Silver J. W. HILTON. things alcohol has few equals. stallion, a fine driver, will trot and Pfne Hill. King. English Squirrel's istd"m Mt. Vernon, Ky. rack riirht around the three nun- ThK Commercial Club's circular sired bv English Hunter, heb ute clip, l'hefastes stallion in BEWARE OFOINTMENTS FOR Abdullah Messenger. letters, business and professional1st dam of u&i'ARMH. lHAr JUin-tRockcastle county. He has proven English Hunter the Wm.'Lusk directory etc. is bringing gratifyTAIN. MERCURY be a good brooder; breedsuni-- ! ing results. Tho people are acmorcury win sureiy oesiroy ine (addle mure, (best saddle maie and stand up form colts, large cepting the invitations and propoof smell and completely de over in Cjarrard County) by Davy well. He showed tlio best horse tenf.4 sitions in the spirit in which it is range the whole system when Crockett, son of Denny's Dron-nocolt in Mt. Vornon Fair last Au- entering it through tho mucous A .' olMr? given. by Imp Dreunon 2nd dam by "Got Ay- - MvyJte5 gust under one year old. Such article shonlcl Highlander. Abdallah Messengtr His surfaces. acquainted with your neighbor colts are selling high. This never be used except on pre sired by Messouger Chief fSire Bigger you may like hira." physi 0 year-o- ld champion stallion will scriptions Irota reputable mill A of Maud Messenger 2 16) tlnno no tl.i ilnmnnn tltnif Eggs hatch better if An old ccuple in Now York make season of 1914 at my barn, ,8 len' fo,d the hens aro in perfect I will also at the same time and to the bROod JyoU can hanged themselves rathtr than bo " nine norm 01 nue nun ai 8.oo possibly derive from them. Hall's place stand 7 year old black Jack condition. an exponse and a bnrden to their to insure a living colt. Season .Catarrh Cure, manufactured by P. with white points, i5 hands high children. But vou never heard money due when marft is traded I Cheney & Co , Toledo, O., con-- r and is a good breeder at $8 00 to and is taken tains no morcury, . of a child hanging itself rather r,ni.to,i wWii ni, Pnr Regulator insure a living colt. linternafh', acting directly upon ... . man De a ouraen anu expense to uuu uoi respon- - !. uloo( nf, m,,,ns surfacea Qf ays big the year 'round. Ihcvuiii. P. L. LAIR. its parents. siblo should any occur. It prevents disease, sharpthe system In buying Hall's Hiatt, Ky. ens tho appetite, improves Catarrh Cure be sure you get tho PEDIGREE Tiik Tall Sycamore ol the St. digestion. You'll get more internally itvrl hu 'Sulue. It is taken Tnm pmlm.tnn. Jr.. Asaph will probably find his "live" eggs more and (Ssta-and made ih Toledo, Ohio, by F. Allen Quarterma.n, ho by Tom stronger chicks. townsman Hon. Shclton M. Sauf-leTestimonials Chun & Co J W(W tie, 10c. $1.00. SS lb. pad, ft.SO. Covington, standard and register- - iree. In the race for Cogress when Satisfaction Guarauteed .. One ODDllcatlon soothes and heals a rouch t ..t.- ed No. 18992, sired by Limber n. . Sold by druggists. Price 750. ..1. ...1 ..j.i.i...rr... or Money Back. i:ti iu: primary is puneu on in me 'IU.l).KIllf.tlU.nU.l.)I.B..UlUt..lJ.imi. a cure. Eczema. Ervsipelasretter. Ulcers and Jim, standard both trotting and Per bottle. J, Rtfntt subitilules; insist on Pralls. Eighth disfrict. all skin diseases yield to Its curative properties. Ctt Pratt 1C0 rape iUustrattd SOc a box. At an Dnizrltlf. pacing; Ton. Covington, first dam Take Hall's Family Pills for con11 fuultry Bonk. I Sfi4 tot tin lampl. Dt hook, "llMhh sod ZkMtr, st,lJation' County IOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY CO., votes today Pulaski by Kentucky Chief, he by Indian 1730 Iprlfic Oard.n St.. Phil.., SOLD & GUARANTEED by Chiot, 2nd dam by Parsons Ab- proposition to issue $30l-00of bonds for tho building of dallah, he by Alexander's Ab- FOR FLETCHER'S DAVBS foa(ds. dallah. Quartermain's dam 65 68 87 . " Niceley 141 W II Jones' 243 Lewis Cooper 10 Jones Durham 25o S P Bowman W B Dillingham 3 15o J 25o poles; thence with fair ground; thence to a stake at the corner S. 4 35 lo W. 7 piles; thence"" S 5 W 8; 3 Go thence S 3 E 7 j poles S 38 E 11 8 35 poles; thence w th road; ihence N B UH P0'-N 33 E 3 pole-- ; 84 ..C C Davi 16 00 3 thence N 16 E 18J4 poles to the 1 00 3I Joshua Ball. beginning, containing G acres 27 W H Owens 200 00 Secoud tract is described as 45t- A W Norton 4 o5 follows: 48 "WPDeBord 3 2o Meginning at a stone on west 1 Ol) side of a branch, 50 J W Kincer also a corner of 4Jh J A Uindrura I80 William Mink N 38 E 27 J4 to a 58 Jis Chaney 4 15 st me in Tom Francisco's, now A. thence S E6 52 ' Freomon Ketrorc 3 45 J Hazeard's; piles wit'i said A. J. Haggard to 44 Win McHargue 0 lf),iho Cjuntv Road, or West Street; 53' Owen AUcm - o tlieiice with said street S 25 poles 57 V R Coffey 600 t a stone, corner to Tmn C. John son now Rockcastle County Fair 02 JSBnllock 2 55 Association; thence their line west 61 K. A Daily Ooo ii poles to a stone, begiii'iing 54' S Bullock 2 5o corner, containing i acre aud 54 Go ' Edd Smith 3o sij yds. 51 B Bullock 3 lo TERMS OF SALE: 4 2o Purchaser or purchasers may 3ff las Herrin Ooo pav cash and no interest will be 63 J L Norton. 670 churged; or they may execute bond 04. J M Craig 2 00 with approved security payable in 55 Hamp ReyaoWs 3 44 sit months and having the force 56 Willis Bustle 125 and tffect of a judgment. 3 15 " 500 near the Fair Ground gate 3 poles 7 60 an J 3 links S. 80 West from J. E 800 00 WoodyardV corner S. 80 W 42i at a stake in tho road Aniiseptic Salve It ttops th br.lln i oner.n It k"P other- terms,A n loom"will prevent """'.v you ISC box It. ul dolurd of trcubla. Sup tht Brtrdlnc JsFISH & SON A '"Jis: wtlt "Tell It Br Th. B.ll" d IF ":avJJT lfvi you have - money carefully in spend your buying your clothes, you can least afford to economize in getting your corset. You'll find exactly what you want in a Kabo The Live 6' N iith KABO Ut. Th Model" Model Corset. You'll get up-to-d- ate CORSET Style fallt Is an average ItiBurecortet, madyof corded batiste. Finished at top with silk embroidery trim. lias a rubber gore in bottom of back section. Has very low bust and lone skirt. Is vetylightly boned. Has front clasp. Back wires have fr.itherbonc at S?,tonl-- J ,asJ hrcc Pair ol supporters. Ske. 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. ' " 17s 47 Wtu Poy titer 149 75 S. D. Lewis, Price $3.00 crown-u- o i i,it s 1 "' SOLD BY A. B. FURNISH ' Z7- I- " $ $ PEOPLE.S $ BANK $ $ I SOU FARMERS INTEREST SEED CORN $ A Straw will Show the Way the Wind Blows ! Have you Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the $ 1 - $ PEOPLES BANK there's a reason. Eyery Banking Facility ENGLISH $ d SQUIRREL IrasW ij $ SAFE AND SOLID $ prize-winnin- g AMPLE RESOURCES $ For the Convenience of the People $ 1 OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY sum-me- TOM Usg Us $ ita&BB I COVINGTON, JR. 1$ " $ PEOPLES BANK $ $1 'nsmtsmstmarmfammmmmmammcmstm It is Cheaper to Renew Than to Buy New in-an- d JM-SBi- I . - o " n, iil UrO-e!- a) Crt I ." A,s-.i- - batches In every homo Is Furnituro that looks fit only for tho attic, or the wood shed. Simply get a can of HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINISH VSSS& Poultry uui.-iiii:ii- ,.',, I y 11 irnremi i cabinet. You can give it an Oak or a Mahogany finish, whichever you prefer. - and in a few minutes for a fer cents vou will have a new and bandsomo chair or fcible, or D No painting experience is needed and a brush. You'll really enjoy the work. FOR SALE BY just Lus-tr- o I n b"n-th- e 0 S. C. Children Cry CASTORI A r. J. Be NOE .- - MriMf MT. VERNON SIGNAL 24, 1914 . Factories. More Business. Improved farms. A nigger Mt Vernon. ma Mt.Vkunon, Ky, April 79 tuOommiinl. ante wltfi HIONAU wan in "Will nover let up till we get ': LOU WVIl.lt A NAIMVILlt R. R. CO. TIME TABLE. 22 em." Let tho people take Interest and push to the front. Rockcastle has a dozen soldier boys on Mantam border. Work of preparation has already been begun on Mt. Vernon Fair preach S. Watson am at tho Presbyterian Church, Sun w-l- FT S TT i . . ,r ' north nortli i 2il 21 south South 4.50 p m catalog. 3:53 a m Rev. Geo. 11:43 l 12:19 am day morning and evening. - Beforo another year passes Mt. Vernon will have, in addition to a Kntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poitofflce light plant, water works, ice plant mall matter. aa and some factories. communication is Telephone PERSONAL establisht between New York and will bo Albert Mirucle was over from Denver direct, and by I915 an accomplisht fact between Now Wildie Tuesday. York and San Francisco. Miss Roso MnUorcl is in Knox-vill- e A thousand telegraph offices will attending session of the Presbo opened thruout the country at bytery. account of the Granville Hellin, a leading cit- an early date on separation of the Western Union izen of tho Climax section was in telegraph and America Telophone town yestorday on business. Companies. J. M. Lackey of Richmond, was C H. Mullins, Practical Hatter, here from Saturday until Monday old hats cleaned and reblocked, the guest of Miss Sudio Richards. mado to look new. Our reference Mr. and Mrs. John Mulllns and is our customers. Give us a trial. Mr. and Mrs. Cook were up from Under Masonic Hall, Livingston to attend tho funeral of Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mrs. J. B. Lair. Notice: The Directors of the Mrs. Emily Mullins and son section Mt. Vernon Fair Association are Dannie of the Withers were with Mr. and Mrs. Cam Mul- called to meet in the office of Atty. E. R. Gentry tomorrow, Saturday lins Wednesday. April 25th at 1 o'clock p. m. It Geo. Berry and Dave Jackson, is important that every director two of the cleverest and oldest be present. traveling salesmen in the state, Omitted. By oversight in were hero this week. getting up tho business directory udge S. D. Lewis has filed his the Commercial of Mt Vernon, application for appointment to an Club 'list --tf ailed to include the officers' position in the volunteer Clothing aud Hat cleaning and dyforces should war bo declared with ing establishment of C H Mullins, Mexico. , under Masonic Building. Also Dave Jackson, Grand Secretary life insurance by A, B Furnish of Grand Lodge of Masons of Ken- and C. C. Davis. tucky and one of the best men in Shortly after our. electric light the State was bore this week, plant is installed and in working where ho has a list of friends. Eugeue McWilliams, of Bandy, order the water works question Pulaski county, who was one of will come up for discussion and is proposed to have a the teachers in Rockcastle last action. It the! plant installed before next winter. fcrM!l,yeaP!ahd "who" taught one of V, very best schools in the county, It is probable that tho supply will big was a visitor to our town Monday. be secured from some of tho head of Skeggs Mr. McWilliams will not teach in springs near Creek; purapl into a resevoir made Rockcastle this year. on top of school house hill at an j elevation of some 250 feet above LOCAL the town's tallest building. GravThe new Mutt & Jeff opera House ity pressure will do the rest. wilt be ready for the opening next Big Blast. The Hazard Her' Monday. ald tells of n big blast consisting The Rockcastle will open Sun- of 38 kegs of black powder and day when the big pot will be put two and half boxes dynamite, bav-ininto the little one. been fired at that place. That to suit was some blast but was merely a Spring suits at prices at Fish's and popgun when compared with some your pocket-boo- k of tho periodical blasts put off guaranteed. they are every few mouths in Rockcastle There will be a meeting of tho quarries by the W. J. Sparks Co., Mother's Club of Mt. Vernon at the quarrymeu when 120 to 130 the Dormitory, Thursday after- boxes of dynamite, three and a noon April 30th at :3o. half tons, are oxplded iu one blast Make our store your headquart-- : causing small earthquakes. It reors when you come to town dur quires from five to seven weeks ing Court or any other time. to criJl tho one dozen aud half holes J. Fish & Son. feet in depth six to from Phone No. 8. stcond-Cios- s " JA3. LANDRUM, Agent. Gives You 6he Opportunity of Your Life. Since we put on our sale last Friday people have been coming and sending here from all parts of the county for their spring clothes and the good news of these bargains is spreading like wild fire. stock-reducin- g w ill Never have you been offered such bargains as we are offering you today, brand new spring clothes that we have been selling at $J5 all this spring every suit so full of value that you need not be an expert to see it To make a long story short we bought too many spring clothes and we must reduce this stock immediately With every one of these suits we sell between now and Saturday night, May 2, we will give a Ca ( LVl to-morr- have to offer you. ow Don't) wait longer to buy one of these suits. If you cannot come or come in Monday mulling wuwi yuu come to vourc ana we win snow you tne largest assortment of fine to-d- ay Absolutely F Don't buy your spring clothes until you can come to our store to see what we 2KA In Merchandise TTT) 7,7, v IJjjlJj 5sj ' JNjgr winner! V suns i Clothds; Shoes; Hats; Shirts Underwear, Hosiery, Neckwear and other Furnishings ever brought to Mt. Vernon at prices tthat will make you want them. Remember Saturday, May 2 is last day of the sale. M.v.MakejtQurj-storer-you- r headquarters whenyou-com- e totown..WliiiS m - x a THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY." LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH. IT IS YOUR GUARANTEE i i g INMT. VERNON 1 FIRST SUNDAY IN MAY Under direction of the Rev. Tho following Jettor shows what George A. Jophu the general secone of Louisvillo's busiest busi- retary, tho Keatucky Sunday-Schoness men thinks of the work of Association is, starting a our Club: campaign the objoct of which is to COMMENTS OW COMMERCIAL CLUB and Mrs. Cook of Livingston. Short burial services were conducted by Rev. Soward of Pulaski. . ol Louisville, Ky. bring at least 1,000,000 persons to Mr. Jas. Maret, Sec, Sundav-schoo- l in tho Rfntn nn nnt Mt. Vernon Commercial Club, day, the first Sunday in May. 70 50 For Sai.b: S. 0. brown leg inches in diameter. The holes are My dear Mr. Maret: In order to unsure success Dr. Our Mr. Crooker got in this Jophn has mndi an effort to enlist horn eggs, 50 cents per setting o f connected up by wire when loaded and fired simultaneously from morning and want to thauk you the interest of eery newspaper, J7 an electric machine (dynamo) by for what ho brought. K. J. Smith Mrs. and a large majority of them are Hiatt, Ky. a man in a small house, to which 17-- 4 Also want to thank you for the taking it up The workers of the Apr. Selling good clothes is our "long suit. " We havo a long, short or stout suit ready for you and wo are giving $2 50 in merchandise J. Pish & Son. free with them. The ilth District Christian Bible School Convention will be held at Corbin May 15th. Willie B. Myers, a Rockcast'e man now living in Pineville, is President. Several delegates are expected to attend from this county. ThPn. S. Morv. tho Fertilizer man of London was thrown from a horse, and painfully injured lust Saturday evening, on his way home from a business trip Mr. Mory, not knowing of a wire fence being put up across an old road, became entangled and was thrown infrom his horse, and paintully jured. CARTER-STEWAR- t i'. Monday' March 23rd, the wedding of Miss Molly Carter and Mr. Warren Stewart of Lockland, Ohio, took place at the Presbyterian manse in Weir City- - The ceremony was attended by only the close relatives and friends. Mrs. Stewart Is a niece of Judge S. D. Lewis and for several years has made her home in Pittsburg, Ponii the blast wires are connected circular regarding the Mt. Ver-npa short distanco from the '"pit." Commercial Club. The writer does not think that for the size JUDGE R. G. WILLIAMS of the city, there is a more enerrequires a pretty good sort of getic, pushing and "got there" It a lawyer to "get by" successfully Commercial Cliib in the State than Attorney. the one at Mt. Vernon and if all as Commonwealth Judge R. G. Williams has accom other cities in our State had men plished tho feat. Not only has he of this kind, Kentucky would be filled with great credit the posi on tho boom all of tho time. Wo tion of prosocuting attorney, but hope that your efforts in what you he has mado all elements admit afo doing may inspire some of the other larger and bigger cities and tho truth of this assertion. Judge Wil that they will get busy. Alsolutely fearless With kindest regards and best liams has performed the duties of office with rare ability And dis- wishes, I am, his ' Yours very truly, cretion. fAS. CLARK, JR. J While politicians are burning the midnight oil in the effort to secure Just received a new supply of a strangle hold on their jobs, this tonics and face creams. Drop in capable official was busy attending to the arduous duties of his official next door to post office for a tonic. Have Cox & Wheeldon look after position. you and you will notbo bothered It is generally conceded that Judge Williams has made as good with dandruff 01 falling hair. We if not the best prosecutingnttorney Use nothing but tho best material and our guarantee stauds behind s this county over had world of politics better our work. Our only aim is to In the things aro in store for this popu- please our customers. lar young man. Sanitauy Shop. Todd's place Ho is n lawyer of capacity and one of the best orators in this neck under Masonic building next to of the woods. Fish's store, everything new exBesides all this tho Judge is a cept tho barber who allows you to cracking good fellow who numbers n sl6ep while giving you a shave. his friends'by tho regiment. Post, Apr. n Cov-uigto24-U- Sunday Schools are also being enlisted. Tndre aie county organizations under the State assicia-tio- will not equal tho bitterness of poor quality and poor service. We believe whoever wroto the above was absolutely correct We have been trying consistently for the 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. r John Robitis the retiring at Urodhead and who holds tho record of being one of the very best in the county, is also tho drug man. Now that Mr. Robins is out of tho post office, he will devote his entire time to the drug business. He was in Louisville last week and bought a S'ooo. soda fountain, which will bo a great addition. It is possible that Mr. Robins will fill the next room to drug store which he occupied with the postofflce with somo other line but that is not settled upon at this time. Mr. Robins is' a splendid good citizen, courteous and obliging and deserves the very best of success in whutever his undertakl' ing may be. post-roaste- MERCHANTS "All the sweetness of low prices County Atty. E. R. Gentry of Judge L. W. Bothurum his residence on Richmond St. which Mr and. Mrs. Gentry have rented for some time and where they ate now living. The Rockcastle County Christ-bougian Bible School convention will be hold at Livingston some time in August this year.' John D. Henderson is president and I. B. Chesnut, Hiatt, Secretary. ht OYAL aKing Powder Is the Housewife's Greatest Help light, flaky, fruit short cake or a delicate hot biscuit? n in every county, and the officers of most of; them are rallying their forces. Some ono wtll be asked to act in every town and then to send in roports after the day. Thousands of pastors' ivvita-tion- s will be sent out to be placed in prominent places and given to people. Many organized classes will endeavor to have each member bring' at least one new mem- WHAT so tempting toasthe a appetite ber that that day. Mrs. Ann Lair of the Rose Hill vicinity, wife of J. B. Lair, died last Saturday morning and her remains wore laid to rest in the'family cemetery near the home. She was ono of the most beloved women iu the county aud been a member of tho Christian church for sixty-twyears. was 81 years of ago Mrs. Lair and a severe attack of grip ten years ago is attitbnted as the remote cause of liar death. Sixty years ago the deceased was united in marriage to Tuqge jeromo Lair, to which union six children were born four of whom are still living, T. B,. and Armp, Miss Carrie and ex-Jud- and improves the flavor and healthfulness of all risen flour-food- s. and short cake more digestible and nutritious, at the same time making them more attractive and appetizing. Royal Baking Powder is in-j Royal makes the perfect short cake, biscuit and muffin, It renders the biscuit, hot-bre- ad o War with Mexico Is not exactly what wo ordered but since we are to have it we aro ready to protect our country. Judging from tho way tho men of this county aro be but n warming up it would small job, to get up a Company of men hero. Spring Suit prices at Fish's. All-wo- ol QispensuDie ior tne preparauuii all the year round of perjecl at cotton foods. ; t. Stetson Hats at Fish's. 1' lm,mimmO .A.Tir' XW . . - fliniiii"''H'"''"JI i arwa-i'- ....,-.- - t t j ut 4 Settlement. mg, f' "I' "" "2tf "' "! . T ? -- "Kt eft Mirf!1 ll'lMII '" j- ;: - iIiTmhIiIssi ' t- - rt1 - t b.tf !&fl J.V Kincm Supt., In Account Kockcastle County, '.Witlr i f r i02AtiAlbrlghl. 152 J S feWnfotd " 'Ho 00 3 2o 2 53 1 1 ",uRB i"2j :toJ W'K'incer.Hnrmbn -' lore 25 aZ V 2i0 RA'SwinTord I54 J P E Drnmraond i7WUrew WKfqc By check to Campj. f bd Houk " 18 J W Kincer 11 I P '' WmPtiiUips' ;uT46 ii.7 1 . ii nli nirilnn.filnaili 11 i)i-ii- t ' - ik, M. jVirnTkj- f- najta jftilnmiitfiinrinifiKtf'i fmitoitP ittittftonki Campbell Houk (Continued from second page) Deo CumthiUa 55 Em ride 71 Leo King 33 J J Nickols 07 John H Mnllins 73 Wra Poynter 79 J M Craig 81 W T Taylor 72 to 2 3o 3 8o 5 5o 4 7 2 IC r r 2 4 3 80 H R Pace 8j P P Singleton 82 W R McClure 75 R Co 4 85 60 85 25 4o 85 7o 00 ' M ", 11 M V 9 25 L Payne 1 00 PP'Singhiion 2 So 84 John Scott 815 K S Albright 175 88 J P'E DrutrtYnond 24 96 II i 85 V PHa'ys 41 J C Bullen 77 W A Chesnut 94 IRDooley 93 C C Davis 7 5 60 " 4o ' 92 WB Cable 95 J S Helton 90 J B Ponder 97 Theo Hibbard 9o C 6 Herrin 52 Mahlan Sutnners 6 HC Cromer 87 Abe Evans 39 W H Stephens 3 9o 6 75 2 25 17 4o 15 52 8 lo ' 4 45 1 35 3 00 i4o J M Adams 115 David Webb i5 2i0 W A Clicsnut 5 o 207 Dan M Ponder 5 57 I55 Sherman Chasteen 8 "5 222 Wm Phillips 7 9o 224 Dewey Coffey 2 95 107 J L Norton 300 157 Abe Evans 3o 186 Jack Abney 3 75 i95 A M Payne 3 Ob i94 R J Abnoy 380 204 O50 227 D G Clark 3 00 i44 A M Payne 10 4o 8 2o I70 Jack Ballinger 2oo M C Sowder 28 00 169 J H Lambert 11 22 20O J W Parsons 3 00 ,4 " I5 R H Bloomer " 1(5 .1 W Kincer 17 J M Craig 8 2o 1 00 1 00 1 25 t 00 1 00 6 00 1 on T J Hays " 18 Eveline Gardner '' 24 .loo S Meece " 23 M P Craig ' 252 22 to Chas A Lovcll " 1.86 Wm McHargue ilyj J Baker 197 J W Kincer " i9o WmMcHrgue ' 190 M R Craig 25 K H Bloomer " '19O J M Crnig " - Asliland Lodge No 640, Mt. Vernon, Ky.,Apnl 16, i9i4 680 "Wnereas: Amid the, great 2 00 chnnging scenes of life, death has 625 visited oiir Lodge and taken from 2 00 bur midst, brother J. Henry Fish 195 8 20 U wmfm iiRf!ViiWmw "In " " "- - iloo 3 00 12 00 3 00 12 00 Clitts A 177 C W Coffey 195. 140 121 ". J C Wood 41 "21 V WiuScwder " i9 M Craig Wm Sowder 27 J W Kinoir " , 5 J . 108 ' Evafrisii I28A JNorton V29 "63 600 who departed this life Mfarch 20, 600 19I4. Ther fore be it resolved: That by ihc death of Br. Fish 00 Lodgo has lost a true and faith4 80 ful brother and the community an 91) honest and upright chizq'ri. Resolved: That we teridorqd to 52 4 55 tile bereaved family our sincere 5 00 and heartfelt sympathy. 4 00 Resolved: That a copy of these 1 1 CASTORi For Infants ana Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Ade(al)!ePn?nflralianrnrA?. slmllallnSihcftibilamlRcdula-- t ing (lie S ipmacos andBowas of Bears of 20 looo 00 20 00 210 00 -- " I " ' I GroverSnttoti ' 28 J M Craig " 3o Mt Vernon Graded 26 " 132 2o2 " I53 G W Poynter It J i5WR Coffey V. 181 Tri J A Jaiiics'Pjrig Jas DrewV Joe Blackburn Kirbv resolutions bo' spread upon our 3 '5 Lodge records and.n copy spnt to 4 00 tho Mt. Vernon Signaljfor publi 4 5 cation. 3 3 05 M. Signature Promo(csDiSesttonhctn ncss and (testContalnsneilher Opiitm.MorpIi'uie 19oTjHaya 122 J A Reams 4! A W Norton 24o Wm Sowder lio " S 80 2 80 860 3 1 School ' 81 E S Albright, 32 J J Renner " 29 W G Mullios ' 38 J W Kincer 85OO 5 00 J ,,-t- Anghn J54 G V Hoilingswbrtli 151 2 85 5 lo 4 95 J. A. Landrum. S. C. ERANtN, J. W. BRowij. t norMteaL Not Narcotic. jtoaitni JMUiUiJbcSmna 6firI 2oo 24 50 1 '' " V T J Hays JBCbildress Jas Chanev 00 5o " ' 00 1.13 34 J J Renner i2oo 2 40 4 3s 4 00 228TRMullins 117 W P Kincer 1 16 ME Saylor 1U3 M V Swinford 108 E h Brock 280 3o5 8 4o 5 65 4 20 2 So 1 po " 4i Wra McHnrguo " SSDowoy Coffey " 4o Wm McHnrgue " 4a M P Craig 88 Joe Meece 750 2 48 " ?93G V.Holl.ingwpr.th 160.M C Sayior 104 J H Mullins lo 460 300 I030 3 4 45 2 Do 495 15 00 3 00 6. so 5o 10 Wni Phillips .96 J W Kincer 1 90 98 D G Bullock t)7 E R Gentry 4o jol Geo Adams 9o lo3 Peoples Bank 2028 33 5 60 I02 E L Brown .lo4 Ja.s Denney 98 J B Sutton 20 25 ,vg E ,L Brock 295 3 60 Jh J M.Adarns 80 29 'John Scott 8 15 I05 Wm Norton 128 105 D G Clark 0 6 I50 G W Poynter 114 2 3 225 W H Gentry J H & F E Mullins 5 314 3 187 P P Singleton 218 J H Minks 3 3 238 R Br ana man I21 Jones Durnam 3 18 239 Albert Allen I9I G V Hollingsyorth 4 203 J P Dooley 5 106 G V Hollinesworth 0 50 5o 95 7o 5o 00 25 " 86 H C Blanton 224 00 " 50 Ohas C Davis Treas i5 00 " 58jMOraiE 2 00 ' 57 " 39Deoy Cofjey 300 3,00 "194 J C, Sutton " I61 W H Stephens " i59EL 'Brock " lVo R L Payne i I48 Booth Purcoll '" 1 65 J F Niceley 5.00 2 45 3 1.5 4 5o 2 65 2 i5 4 7o " 167 W R Gill VV J Sparks Co 59 J T Balling " 60 Owen Ailei'i ' ' 64 Mell Moore " 49 S T ReatuR ' 54 " 4i lilOW Jesse French Coffey 17o ' 3? 4 lo . 184 Wm Sowder I37.VV F DeBord 2I0 Sarah Osborn 243 Hardin Moore 244 Wm Sowder 243 J W Kincer 245 A W Norton 215 Mary Puico 139 80 00 55 5 20 5 75 " " " 6t John Norton 55 Thos Stevens 53 Zack Hantet1 ' 63 Harvle Owens " 66 John Norton1 " 52 T A Coffey " 2 C B Anderson " 07 J W Kincer ' 05 J A Landrum " 44 O F Hamtn 3oo il 00 3," 70 2 65 1 80 00 47.5C 2 95 2 55 1 o5 4 '80 4&7 8 4Uj 2 00 1 00 1 94 20 9 00 1 00 " 2oi Irvin Bullock ' ST Reams 3oo 75 " 2o4j ALandr.um 172.6rov.er CSUtton B " i7g John Soard. ' 127 A Samms 2po 2 80 5 2o 2 7o 1 00 i " 178 A M Payne "l92'pj'Ab,'nj:y " i99GS,Cress " 209JKW Kincer " t35 Abney &,PayHe " 198 Hqnrv LoiVrPow ' 2o3JJBChildfei " 2o7 ganders Fish " 2o6 J J Renner ' 208 EJ S.Albrpht 230 5 00 5 00 2 bo 55 64 50 ' 4 5o 70 .3.85 4 lo 4 1.5 No. 640 F. & A. M. Mt. Vernon. Ky., April 1914 Whereas; Our heavenly fathtr in his infinite wisdom, has seen fit to call our beloved brother, W. A. Hammonds, who died March i9, 1913, Therefore be it resolved that in his death Ashland Lode No. 640 F. & A. M. has sustained the loss of one its valued member and his wife a kind and loving husband, his children an indulgent father the. . Christian religion u faithful atjd. zealous supporter, and his brethren mourn. Resolved: 'That ,we extend to his beloved family our sincere sympathy.in their hours, of trouble and commend them to Gob who doetlvall things for some wise purpose Resolved: That a copy of these resolutions bo spread on the, mln utes of our Lodge, a copy be sent to the Mt Vernon Signal for pub licatibu and.a copy sent, to the family of our deceaspd brother. ''' J. A. LANDUO.M. Ashland-Lodg- t- If I lulEXwiitiii In nil AnerfectRemedv for COnsft t toil , Sour Stonudi.DUrrtoa Worms .ConvalsioTisJOTnsir nessamlLossOFSlEEP. TacSiitiite Signature oT Use For Over Thirty Years TUX CENTAUn COMPAST, NEW YOR a 'iiftiFm nPSli Guarantccd,undrthetowluri Exact Copy of Wrapper. n'TO CASTORIA TH CIMTAUII coar.NT, NIWVO.K errr. l hJBWpMTWWiBK. umwifmtmaiwinymnivM, v Hmmum'Jvmur.iiVJMj v o 210 4.25 2.00 " 157m Norton " 1I3 0. G S. C. FRANKM'Ni 136'Dee Cummins I33 A W Norton 595 925 245 244 T M Las well 2 10 io7 Geo Burton l3ojas Chaney r. 5 1.1.. -- 00 2i3 J W Kincer M C Sayio'r 2 80 1 25 5 65 " " " " 4O Walter Gilliam " 149V Cv.Tohn?on J. W. BROWN. " 09 Preemon Ketron 7o Jus Chancy 47 Robt McKinney 08 Z T Hansel 800 4 75 2 00 3 00 herrin . '0 J J35 132 . 67 C;W Coffny I2B Jesse French. O84 M Craig 50 185 Solomon Griffin 24 no' 8 10 125 159 Juck McMuiHns 8 :. 173 Solomon Griffin 4.S5 4 00 i7s.Owe n Al)pn 7 7o 174 Peoples. Bank 2000 184 Solomon Griffin 16 2.8 JslJ ,'24fiE 3 Albright 247 J W Kincer 242 John Houk 248 250 I50 co 300. 2 3 30 9 no 7 5o J M iiJ i53S Craig Chandler 249 JWXincqr ' 256 226 Jack Abney 258 S P Sams 9oo 2 00 1 " 71 Jas Chancy " 87 J C Bullin " 56 Jas Herrin " 72 J W Kinder " 7'ij M'($aig" " 81 J S Helton " 76 John Norton " 5i J R Mink " 73 David Proctor " 75 M A Slovens ' 250 800 7 20 2i00 2os Katie Price " 162 JlW Norton " I63 fO Bulltn' I58 J, Nickols '.' 2I0 Peto Cummins: 50 a 3o 10 For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always ijoiight Boars Signature CASTOR A De$t Money Maker in the Grain World ' 'widil ' men ana angtne jwners Makes money so fast that tnero'U d- no more laio days 1 1. it.!. .fi. tiuiv.yuu vuuubt. :iu hnllr-- . uiuabcsi. tins Mnkpn ' ' " ; 2 75 1 00 095 280 2 70 3 '00 ,ii,3tUl.Uneforcl " ianV,.HJ,Jones " t 14 11 lBojMoll Moore J47 J.F Sims, . j 00 -. 3 184 Lc'wi' 1 1 Cooper ' 80 J 50 Theo Hibbard 75 5o 46ooo 3 90 800 4 25 " W Kincer ,400 2o 00 600 Poynter Vernon 12 VVxn t5 m ThJfiank.;of 100 Mt 56083 2 7o John Soard 26oWm Sowder 600 ' 1 00 261 S C Davis " Milton Doaton 10 00 5o " 255 Solomon Rowe 1 10 " 262 J W Kincer June3Q I91.3 balance due county on settlement 18582 $(057o i4 3o 1913 Total June 2o5-22o " 45 J B Sutton 81 W T DeBord 880 2 85 35 3 75 3 5o 2 00 ,65 9 1o 8 25 .fit 9,9 6 48 I38 C G Herrin ""jl9. J H Rowe igSjWKincor 18311 M Craig 118 P Niceley (I II j63 W A Chesnut i4i J L Ball 161 G C Sutton 197 G SGriffin 176 S T Reams ip9 G C Fish i'2:4 T.R.-Mullins J i71 TR of Rockcastle Connty, Ken2 00 Court tucky, for county funds received go 00 and expended from July 1 1918 2 4o 2 155 3 lo Settlement of J W Kincer with the Fiscal " 83 " 86 R II Blooqier " 77 Mat Brown " 78 Jas Brown " 87 J M Craig " 84 Dan M Podder " 43 John Mobley 79 W B Cable Asia Stokes LD Ross " 2i3JV Kincer " 2I2 SF.Bowmau-2i5 J. M Craig ' 2l4 ' 150 '- 5o Flush out the ai'cumu lasted. yqste 13 73 and poisons of the winter ipontlih; and, 5 00 cleans your stomach, kidneys ot all impurities. Take 5 35 Dr. Kfng's Now Life Pjlls; notb 2 55 ing better for purifying t,he( blood. 17o Mild, non griping laxative. 1 00 Cures constipation. 25c, at your orS iivr , ' litM iTnnr mill fJlont-adav- . you. mt ROLLER FLOUR MILL on can aulcklr bolldUD able sayins'flonr trade ricut In your own com. lnunlty. It'stbe crownlntf achievement of the croat EnslUh mill Inventor. Tattersail. A miaraoieea success uiavs revoiutiouuea uieimu- lot! business. A complete roller Hour mm mono Bmau case. rcquinns only one man ana nine power 10 maita "JVi;idg?t" ' A. hlrrh ax fifl tihla. finGst ivr DovouroWn milline1 milff or overv bod v around T!l -- 1 V..1'11.1M i," vac ni Jxl. Alr- iiour. iiou wivu una vuuuurxui unio inoy au A Marvel Barrel otiBetter Flour Cheaper" ta"Mldest"on SOdaystrial money back you but mucn to Bain. cheaper than ths larseat mills Grinds ryanndbudo Wheat, too. Any one can operate It. 5W He Prsylous Milling Ezpsrisnca Nscssstrv ve nothlnir to risk- ' ' aoo Ounggist. 1 vm 00 . Buoklen'sArnica Salvo for All Hurts. 25 " 224,1 Reames " 249 H,L-- Smith " 26o Solomon Gritlln " 221 J S Swinford 3 00 6.00 05o 6 00 19 00 12 6o atIf MinL ft mtvrt LV x It ha iWiifiitAJI . Send f This Free Book v Thestorvof a Wonder csnao. " " " 9oJohn Scott " 96 J M Craig 95 88 Katie " 98 Mode 265 200 00 ,1,75 1 " " " " " 225 2S1 205 259 255 J U Norton SoUmon Grlfllai J W Klucer Wm. Sowder Wtn McHargue , 15 the only real continuom lrtTT " " 257WF;Cfnfj; 260 J S Meece " 252 Solomon Griffin Mullins 25 to 4 04 150 5 00 9 66 3 50 230 2 25 5 00 2 50 Jan. 5 I914. RECEIPTS July 1 19I3 Balance carried from 185 82 preceeding year .y Niceley tax of Sept. 13 T J 2oo 00 i9l2 ? '"' ' " 2o 2oooo " " " 9i Willis Bustle." " 85 Sam Payne " 48 As a Stokes " 89 J B Ooldiron " 98 J S Bullock Price Crawford ' 2.5" 75 9So 05 4SS 2 65 " " 254 Dewey ColTo.v 225 7. T'Hansel 253 Deyrey Coffey '( 228 Solomon Grlffitt .231 ) 229 " " Ooo 6 00 6 00 Th location of our actorV fives us A 00 lowtit Ireigal from rolllt to factory, ndjfrom y to you. Gil tillir Silt an J Sar mint by 42 00 writingut for catsloasnu prices. . 0 00 LOUISYIU.E SLO, AND. TANK.CO. lc-toty door opening. Hoops made of teted toel. Hoops can be adjusted tram lad-dfront door frame. ' Doors made of California Redwood, "The Wood Eternal." ful Flour Mill" telllsir vhat others are dolnir with It and what you, yourself. N MILL CO., Inc. OwisiVsrs,Kr. 517TnitBli(. ef A- - 1 10 (mcorporated) .SUIhiB F. UUIHIUE'" ' t ". " 00 4o 00 3 76 1 ! Saved Gill's Life Black-Draugh- t," Black-Draug- ht S 23o 232 114 4 4o 1 Go " Oct ' ll ' il i i ii tt rowed money 1000 00 Nov 8 J M Craig sale of 4 55 1 87 J FShnms 10 80 10 2& school house Disct. 62 i43 Nov 8 J M Craig sale of 147 Eugene McMullins 1,80 2 85 benches Disct. 53 s.u5 '4QPin.iiprneu Nov 22 T J Niceley tax of 1 ,00 tgo David Proctor 1918 500 00 2 00 1 99 J W Kincer4"' ' 22 W A Falin borrow3.0o 60000 ed money juz ooiomonTtjTimn " 2g J M Craig sale of 9jJi4SEyte-ti- s 5 4s house Disct. 63 o 00 L'ao wm Mcaargue " T J Niceley tax of 370 IOI3 500 00 i66JJoeJbnes 3 60 " Sams balance 223 JC BnJli'n 740 on stove 10 15 Wto)iIeHa.rgtj'o. 4 1o .8J7P Dec 2o.Campbel Honk 12oj"HrWalton. Census j9i 3 2o 8 7o 20I J H Dicketson' 29 T J'Nicel'ey tax of OvGuy Ro"berts 1:70 Dec T.-- 78 Viptpr Price pabom 146 6 6 Peoples M 200 00 Bank bor " " " 94 Wm Gibson 99 Walkqr Owens " ,99 J W Kincer 97 Dee Cummins ' io5 A M I iatt " ioi Theo lgg 106 17 So 7 5o 2 55 "rr239 " " " " A J MoMullins 217 E Bullock 217 UG Baker 200 258 210 142 242 0 5o 3 00 7o 4 40 " " ' 21BCCDavU J M Craig A J McMullins Wm Poynter W A Phillips G V Mnrler 14o I8000 5o 37 Oo 2 15 "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- - W celved frprnthe use of Thedford's writes W Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, SJ jgj liver and stomach troubles. I firmly be'lieve saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's W made them break out, and she has had no JJj more trouble. I shall never be without J Jj Black-Draug- ht " I06 J J " 3l5 Bt io3 A Doo 1 4 4o ey " " lo2CODi.vis " iot C C Wiiimrns 107 250 33 85 79.05 " " 2oo J il Reanu 25 1 00 " 244 Wm Bul'ook " loo 1 15 BLAck-DraugH- T CM Hiatt Dewey Coffey 680 2,70 2 85 4 35 3 5o 2 5o 2 80 5oo 00 "112 "SF - 100 GO Fish " 108 W A Chesnut ' 92 H H Roynolds " 120 R L Bray " 118 Dewey Coffey ' 18o " 260 ' 223 " 234 "-- 230 " 237 240 24o R.B llaVmoni Wm Barnett G C J l,8o 5 So 6 05 7 25 1172 So 7'6 Johnson H Mullins Albrfcht For Scratched1 Tables " VZfu m John Soard A B Alf Owen Harien Doan in Other "Furniture and Interior Wppdwflik ' '4 : I I I$e-luud- " " " " " 138 J M 116 Wm 122 U G Craig Phillips ' 137 Wm McHargue 7.90 O30 88 45 O.00 1.8 "2 -- 11 41 I t t. (I iti.. 4 Asa tow ' Eigh; JWiii mi I42 148 335 J W Baker " " 89 " 180 Wm McHarguo ,23! A,.! Nprt.on ' ' ' loo OOI'. "118 23,?AE-iMinl;- 8 8ooJan8 1914 ' 21 31 " 139 J J French 237'coples Bank ,6o5j2 ' I34 " $4329 08 Total 2 10 li3Guy Roberts t EXPENDITURES ''I ml lo9W A Chesnut 3.4o t76 LAB.LewJ6 lj fll Ptl i44.TGOrt6n 8 25 Warrant 234 J M' Morris 2p3,J, W Kincer 1 00 iia'OhasEovell, " 124 W H diwens 530 ;o. ' 25 1 W A Falin "' 1 14 W R Coffey 85 00 " 264 Jas Moret 2 06 I41 J B Sutton 5i58 Gus.Stoyerspn 1 loo v 265" rW Rider '2b2Wm-Rams1 00 1 45 Irvin Bullock J 35 " I52 Wm Sowder 8800 7o 22t,,SCffii0Bfetis ".GO Jesse. Orton ' 1 JO Bullen 18 00 " i60.Sofomou Gr'iffin 90 00 ' 2 Jesse Orton 800 2 lo "169R J'Abney ' " 2o4o 900 i9i3 : 500 00 800 00 2J7 J J Mpbley 248 Margaret Chesnut " 155 T R.MnlUn ' 243 AstaStpJceji " 207 S P Bpwffl?n ' 241 R U'Hamhi 0 4o. 11 105 2 75 , 4 5o 16o 28 08 " " 89 'OSSE'eHWdler 235 W HJyUomas 7 00 7 5o iS ' lipV lo 16 25 75 247Ja8 rtnir1 '233J T llalllnger ' 238 W R'Coffey Jr "tiI28.WiJjSte.venB ",2pp Owen .Allen "27o Huui,in'et6n BBfr& ttcslorss the orlitnal besuty no'msrtsr bt)Iy scrsichcd or soiled t'a, wooastain'anilvsrnUbcomblnsdinonei'l --Comtiinl'fNataral Wod colonSWkif. Gold and Silvtr.EnameL All Shit.' Madesnd (rusrsntssd by PEA.SLEE-GAULBER- ; in my home." For constipation, Indigestion, headache, dizziness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar has proved itself a safe, ailments, Thedford's reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try It is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht. c$p&&yd & SQ&arrjaea, I ' 1.B9 i; tNMNfOIUTCO CO. GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER , i'o 5o 907 6.60 C5or 0 95 411 7p m Louisville, Ky, I y 510 890 405 3 55 Trust Co" 274 W A D Davis ,l i"'273 16o ' 2 00 29 62 Ooo 2 35 JOHN Brodhead, Ky. '.J Brodhead '. Ky ' 272 Weat ya-Sob- ool Furni- " ture .Co.' ;:' 201.O WDrew , '- -' 3 5o "' 300 600 WH Owens J L Norton Kincer looo 500 15 95 3 00 Ida May Adams " 5 E S Albright 6 J "W Kincer ' " 7 Wesley Mink 4 "8JW Kincer 100 3500 650 1 00 " 185 Dewe1 Coffesy 126 Chas 'Chandler . 95 56 " 173 TMXas well " nOLBU'yvis 32o . " i85 Dewey 182 W Coffey i45JW"&'bnes " 8 Willis Allen ' 9 J M Craig 8 75 10 00 4o 00 " I87 Wm Sowder f' i89 J S "Meece P Sowder . ' 185 II M Minks - - 174JHUtDeaton "&15 306 J68W P Kincer 1 00 " 204 D B Chandler 49700 Jan. 5 1914 Total Expenditure 12 'oq '660 ""JM'Adams ' 'iaSoT J Hays' 9 00 5 15 ycycyyL H, Cpnover P MT. VERNON, 3 25 5 05 DentistKY, $ COMPLETE LINE Qoffins, Casliets and Robes Mall. Telegraph or Tele uhono orders Promptly a filled. .' s 4 37 loo $4329. o2 iycmryc3 Fron tRooms over Baker's Store P SP Phone 49-- 'docooc y$&3G$cm i V.1V! wfaiaVj. l