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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY APRIL 24. iwii iiil i if- '"7 ' rrzO- L-J Established iFv Tx 1914 Hh- 1887 - h NUMBER 27 amm Why not get your You know hat made to order? that you de and a bjg fight down in Mexico--, but the saying is old men for counsel and young men for war, and we belong to the counsel sidei Mrs. Miiey Aldridge visitetf relatives at Conway, Saturday.;Mrs . H. Browning, is visiting relatives in Crab Orchard this week. Holbert McClure.gof Mt. Vernon and Butch McClure. "of - SifffRffffififffffiiiifffffffffififlifiim93i a... .. :::: ackson, Ky., ware here betweea trains Tuesday .The writer sold a fine horse to ohn Clark; price paid 125.00. Nathan McWhortet has moved his family to the prop? erty of the Cockrell estate near coal bins. Mil Ei-- i 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 SThe lard : following letter fc published by request of Judge' G. M. Bal i BAKER .. Terre Haute, Ind., April 20, 1912. G. M. Baltard, Co. Judge, W&M5& Why not apply the same principle to the buying of clothes ? Clothcraft Clothes at $10 to $20 are ready for service and you can quickly find the one that fits your form No waiting no delay no and fancy guessing how your suit will look when tsm Mt. Vernon, Ky. Dear Dir: We have your letter written us on the 14th, and we want to thank yonjvery much.fbr the information you have sentms. We also wish to advise you that J. W. Marler wrote us a letter- - sotae time ago advising us that the Court wanted to come to Terre Haute to see us in referenca,;to Culverts, Road Machinery, tad Bridges, and that they wotilcfctlo some business with us. We sent him $100.00 in advance to buy the tickets to Terre Hafe. and we advised him we would pay 1 -- .. Stores I MtVernon Livingston M mm M his expenses to Terre Haute. 'He came to Louisville and called. us by telephone and said he wanted us to send him some more money, as he stated we did not send aim enough money. Wej immediately you put it on you buy '' you can see and try before sent him 6100.00 by telegraph, and he advised us over the telephone, also by wire that he had all the members of the Fiscal Court with him. We immediately complied with his request and sent him this money, and then he called us. up from Indianapolis again and said that they would belierelnn few hours, and they never showed up. Now, this geutlemau has $200. of our money, and we have 'this day written him demanding that he return our money at once, ind we wish you would advise how many members of the Fiscal Court was with him, and if Mr. Matter is the duly elected County Road Engineer, as Mr. Marler stated oyer the phone that the entire court was with him in Louisvjlle. Any information you can give us will be kept strictly confidential, and we trust you will let us hear from you by return mail. Yours very truly. The A L.Greenberg Iron Co., J. A. Finkezstein, Pres. The Stores that do the Business AR LOAD HANDLERS Retail Dealers with Wholesale 1 AlmnQt mv .?jr.. 7 "s-"- mn nan im&ii&& 4 Tsrrx.-iwjm - 5s be fitted in Clothcraft Clothes with little or no alteration We want to prove this to some of you men who only thin kt you cannot be fitted in Clothcraft Ready-fo- rService Clothes; Yes today we're ready Prices m SIMON mBBB BKODHEAD. 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. Cherrv bought a lot from Mrs. Celia v.rmcA and & McBEE iC MT. VERNON, KY. K LEVEL KEE. Hugh Turpinon Silver street last week. Mrs.Turpin bought this property Christian church. Among those attending were Prof. T. H. Likins Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt, Mrs. Carter, .'L. M.Brow, Mrs.W. F. M. Rob m n. Cass. Mrs. J. sal Mrs. John Robins erts from Mr Cherry last fall, but on account of the death of herhus-bau- d 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 Mattie Owens place and Mrs. Smith of Crab Orchard, were sworn in as clerks. Mrs. Mary Albright and Miss Meade Barton were in Crab orchard the first of the week. Hemy Brooks, who is working for the Railroad Co. in Jackson, was here Tuesday. Mrs. MpuHre Proctor has been quite sick for the past ten days, but is somewhat improved at this writing. Prof. C. W. Right, of in town Hancen, Ky. was made application "Wednesday and for the Principalship of Brodhead Graded School A number attended the play given at Crab Orchard last Friday night by the and daughter, Mildred, and Miss es Miranda Tate, Gertrude Mar tin, Reca Brooks, Anna Cass, Sue Cable, Rilda Chandler, Lenn Bessie Sproula, 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 week. W. S. Fish, of Stanford, was in town Wednesday. Uncle John Sigman who has been at W. G. Adams' near Hiatt, was carried home Wednesday, a distance of about five miles. His condition Mc-Cal- l, LlTlNGsTON. t W. M. Fields, of near Stanford, was here a few days ago visiting Mr. relatives and friends. Fields was once a citizen of our 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 townand back. We hope it will not be long until he is himself again. T. O. Welch and C. J, Rice was in LouisAille, Monday, on business, As we are summoned is quite serious. Judge A. J. to attend one day of Circuit Court Haergrard is calling for volunteers to we hope that the new electric light understand plant will be in operation by that go to Mexico, and-'w- e expects to be in timeas we long to see Mt. Vernon that the Tudee command. Well that might lbe littupby electricity, and perhaps, alright, but we would prefer to we will stay over to see this sight make breast works of him. as we are likely to come in conGranville Owens, our new post- - tact with our friend Maret, and of master, says he would rather have course we cannot tell what, our charsre of an army in Mexico than reception, will be, but our friend be postmaster, and we are satisfied S. C. Franklin has agreed to arj that he would have less items to range a treaty of peace, and Maret look after. and myself will burry the hatchet. Mr. and Mrs. G, D. Cook have J5. M. Foure have purCLEARS COMPLEXION returned from Mt. Vernon where and Mrs. MOVES SKIN BLEMISHES thfiv were called 'on account of the chased a restaurant at Pineville T Why go through life embarrass-- r death of Mrs. Cook.s mother, Mrs. and may locate there in the near ed and disfigured with pimples, jerome Our new post! future. Edgar Herd was in Cin eruptions, blackheads, red rough and t ' w H Cottongim, is get-. - cinnati last weekhis was accom. skin, or suffering tne tortures of mother, Mrs. along O.K. in his new iposi-Ju- panied home by Eczema, itchj tetter, salt rheum. Eliza Herd, who is very sick. J. E Woodall, of Lofadolp,ask your Druggist for Dr. tion. James Ponder has sold his farm low the simple suggestions w Baker was in Mt. Vernon, on Gauley Branch and will move cUn wnrrtps are over.. Mild l Tuesday. There was a box sup to Oklahoma in the near future. J Vli. ,J soothing, effective. Excellent for he land sakes what a busy babies and delicate, tender 'skin. per given here Saturday night by time it is, the garden to put outi Stops chapping. Always 'helps, members ot.'theJ. Base' Ball Club; Relief or money back, socat receipts $37.00. Mrs. C. K. Rice. all the fence to fix up,the potatoes your Druggist. J f Sunday iofcStaaford, Ky1 Cm to plant, the county road to work -- Ohio and Paris, Ky. where she will spend a few days with relatives. Dr. W. T. Amyx has moved into the River Mansion Hotel, J. M. Foure has moved to the house vacated by Dr. W. T. Amx, and Luthur Manis has moved to the house vacated by Theo. Graves has Mr. Foure. moved to L. H. Davis' new house and F. McClure lias moved to the house vacated by Graves. 0. A. Blanford was in London, Sundav. cinnati, W. E. Thomas and son were in Burnside Tuesday and Wednesday on business Miss Major ot Bandy, spent Florence Saturday and Sunday with her aunt Mrs. W.E. Hasty. Atty. R. L. Brown was up to see his mother one day last week. He was also 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 family here. Little Joice Price S. C. Franklin, and E. S. Al- continues vry sick. Mrs. J. J. bright of the Signal, were in our Brown is sufferiag very much town Tuesday. J. H. Dickerson. with rheumatism. Mrs. W. E. who has been quarantined for sev- Beaty and brother J N. Hatcher eral weeks on account of small are visiting their pother, Mrs. R. pox was on the streets Tuesday, B. Hatcher this week. There looking himself again bnt bearings has not been any preaching" at the marks that always follow the" Friendship Sundayjon account of Eliza Herd, of Cincin the pastor Rev. J. G. So ward be- disease, nati, Ohio, is visiting ber sen ling called to Rose Hill to conduct Edgar Herd, and sister, Mrs. the fuaeral services of Mrs. ljur. Mr.and Mrsi 'Susie Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brownlnd Jackson, Ky., stop- children came down from Qrab Bill Tubbs, of ped off on their return home from Orchard and spent Saturday ntgbt burrving their son, Frank, (at and Sunday with his parents, Mr. Bailey's switch.- - Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Wm. H. Brown. (J. E. R. Gregory, who has been at Spur-lingto- Price was in Mt. Vernon Wednes has returned home. Mr. day. --and Mrs. W. T. n, Mr. DRY GOODS FURNITURE CARPETS NOTIONS SHOES FURNISHINGS & SHOES & SHOES CLOTHING HARDWARE HATS & CAPS American FENCE GROCERIES BARBWTRE PROVISIONS SALT TOBACCOS FERTILIZER WINDOW GLASS STONE WARE PAINTS & OILS Doors and Windows MACHINE OILS SCREEN DOORS QUEENSWARE SCREENJWIRE ENAMELWARE WAGONS CULTIVATORS TINWARE PLOWS STOVE3.AND. RANGES BU1LDIN0 PAPER ROOFING SADDLES-- farming tqols harness; FLOUR & FEED U. G. Manager MT. VERNON De-Bord 1 took their little daughter, Cartelle 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 next Sunday the 2tkh. E,very body is invited to attend. ItwiU'Dein the .afternoon. We hope it will be a success and be;a benefit to those yrho do not live close to any church. Miss Flora -- iir. GEO. S. f fS st - Baker Griffin Manager 'LIVINGSTON r-- iti-i- ... -- andj lf r-T- Hnrstlis visiting relatives at encethk week. Clar,- - 1 - . .-r r-- ." y L .. - -- - v ;" feR'fWV'J- mmrmmmmmm -J --J- - , Kwuw)riin tvir VtRNON SIGNAL Friday, Apiil 24. 1914 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1.00 Advertising rates made kiiou7i ot;' application MKMBKROF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION The Catholic church is an ene my oi the American public school system. Catholic writers are aud have been fighting ic for past thirty years more 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 Tunning in Ladies Home Journal all last year. This year the Pictorfo- - the d ial Review is beinjj 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 new 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 tbp power would do away with our public school system and substituted one ot 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 good The American United States. people have been asleep at the switch. They are now waking up u-e- IN a icrmon at Pfmnsvlvninn.. ,, . . University a shaft time since Billy '' Sunday said: "But Pilate was just One of those pliable stand-pat- , free lunch, politicians. He was the direct result of tho machine gang in. Jew ish politics and he was afraidithat if he released Christ he would lose his job." That is a pretty fair description of old Pontius. He trained with the mob. It made no difference where truth, honesty, purity were he was for the spoils. That las-sontence involves the whole pro' y lera of politics whether truth or selfishness, shall rule. Then he said: "If you can't understand what this means, just take a walk out into some cemetery some day and look at the tombstones. You'll find tnst the name of the man who had a political drag twenty five years ago is absolutely forgotten." rat-hole, pin-headed, pie-counier SETTLEMENT J W. Kincer, Supt., In Account With Roct castle' County (Continued from last week.) Annual Settlement of J. V. Kincer, Superintendent, with the Pisc-a- l Court of Roflrcastle Comity jveuuucny ior count y lunds received and expended during the! ye.ir beginning July 1 i9i2andj ending Juue 3o 1913. 5 T2 IN THE DISTRICT COl RT Oh THE UNITED 5TATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY 8 I W Kincer Wm McHargue J M Craig 13 7 17 14 Peoples Bank R Ci Shearer. N 11 17 8 55 The 3 I5 on the Jas Chanev RECEIPTS Carried from pre ceeding year, balance 1q6 i41 Aug 16 Larkin Hicks borrowed money 500 00 ". 28 RH Hicks 5 00 00 .borrowed money Sept 12 John Soard sale ot old houe 12 00 " 12 T J Niceley tax of 1 u f t July 1918 to-da- 45o co rout door of the .Courthouse, in 2o3 75 vlt. Vernon, Kentucky, between 21 Walker Owens 2I5 25 Che hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 19 J W Kincer 2 00 4 o'clock p. m , to the highest at.c 18 4 00 best bidder, the folio vihg tract 251 J A Land rum 2 16 of real estate, lying and being in 22 J M Craig 4 5,. theCuunty of Rockcastle, 111 :ht 16 MVSwiufoid 3 o. of Brodhead, Kentucky, and uiwn 20 15 '" 1 1 2 Lews Miller RA Swinforcl S P Bowman There is no one so easy to flabbergast and horns waggle as the; NOTICE OF SALE lindei signed Trustee will man who allows his opponent to 271I1 day oi April, A D , do the thinking wh'le lie is burst 2 00 1914, it being the first day of the ing at the seams with 9 00 regular term of the Rockcastle ind producing vast Honds nf. loo Circuit Court, offer for sale, at the smoky language whin is besido 1 ind-gnation ol In themaU3r In Bankrnptcy of Rockcastle County ( lair Association, ) I When a man gets inad he stops thinking with h s brains and t'irn-- t ie job over to bL fists and lungs. Then he produce-- , a mess of ideas .ts a child pr. duces art with u pail of red paint ! ft I i"l fSli enrsa ein japnn pq aq o M.oa sj ino ujbj du3 oqi iNj-a- . ainiqdopoj , auq psIu3 11 aq) J no iqSnaiq inq 'innjj-csS'8-- ' (nqtlqdop uaji-Ejanq vcraj-iw- t -3lddV-sroS TBi d P31t3) loon aq aAaqaa 10a op nq ojiq joiw rBnnstn aqj no .reap ivxa Xaqi 013 jBAfi am ipnoi ion oq pue -j m S3AiJLWXV7 ie point Ch.dren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S O AS"TO R A I .. ( Sw Fellows W: SWANN HATS Always Satisfy Male you look, feel and be vrell dressed. They have the style, quality, finish and wear that satisfy. OBT TOURS -- ? Between f Good Just yft One Lone Germ Breeds Millions' A sore or cut tets tho germj underthe sLin. It you don't stop Its 75 23 6 J W Kincer and known as tne Rockcastle folmillions In lew Stop the Breeding With DR. BULL'S Geo P;ase 00 Count i911 Oct 9 Solomon Griffin borrowed money ' 9 J M Craig- sale of The larger portion of the whisky old house that is used around Mt. Vernon " 21 T J Niceley tax of is shipped here in "jugs" and - 310COJ f 16 00 "Bottled In Barn". I9I2 ' Mch 9 300 00 Powers renomination at August primary will be a candidate for De 2i T J Niceley balance 30000 Dec 30 T J Nicelev tax of 1912 A RARE TREAT June619i3 " " A rare treat is in store for those Mch 3 " 6 Larkin &RH Hicks who attend the third number of borrowed money Miss Mary the Lycum Course. " 18 T J Niceley tax'of Bean, a graduate of the Emerson i9i2 School of Expression, will furnish the program for .Saturday evening June 30 Peoples Bank pro; for Congress.. oftaxufi9li 200000 600 00 200 OO 500 OO 500 00 200 00 29 28 24 25 26 46 35 43 36 34 ES Albright D B Ltugford G C Fish 1 25 3 00 Fair Grounds. First tract is described as John Sc2tt W H Owens J T Balhnger J C Woods A W Norton 4 00 5 00 7 60 3oo 00 3 15 4 35 3 Woods CC Davis 3I Joshua Ball 27 V H Owens45 A W Norton-- . - JC WPDeBord 50 J W Kincer 48 60 8 35 16 00 l 00 200 00 4 n3 follows: 3 2o 1 lows: Beginning at a stake in tho road ner the Fair Ground gate 3 poles an 3 links S. 80 West from J. E Woodyard's corner S. 80 W 425 poles; thence with fair ground; thence to a htake at the corner S. lo VV. 7 pnles; theuce S 5 W S.i; thence S 3 E j1, poles S 38 E 1 yi poles; thence wth road; thence .N pole N 33 E 3 pole-- ; 3 E 34 poles to the thence M 16 E 18 beginning, containing 64 acres Second tract is described as 1 1 i A lbe breedineberewdiys. a V HKRK It stocs the breeding ct oner. It Irenes away all oiiier zenns. It sjothes and heaU as Mire as you m It. A Mr. bo.c will prevent hundreds U01U1-ot -- Antiseptic Salve ot trouble. Tell It By The Bell" J.IJFISH & SON 0 i5ggf-pJ- - V TF you have - 49 J A Umdrumt 58 Jas Chaney 52 Freeraon Ketron 44 Wm McHargue 53 Owen Allen 57 W R Coffey 62 JSBnllock 61 R A Daily 54 E Bullock 60 Edd Smith 51 E Bullock 1 00 3o 4 15 3 45 The Louisville Commercial Club vvill shortly elect a president. By a tacit understanding none of the members are to decline to be nomi-note- d as candidates, but now comes forward a member' Mr. D. E Kline, who is offering reasons why he want; to "dt'Uline" the honor ot being a candidate or be ing voted for. In first place its his name(D E. Kline) "dekline" and wants it to remain so. According to his constitutional rights the Club cannot rob him of his! name so he insists on claiming the rights to dekline and that he shall remain dekline. that the shipping Trust is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to defeat the repeal of the ship subsidy free canal tolls. It is claimed that some of the leading papers of the country are carrying colums of matter advocating free tolls, for which said papers are receiving large sums of money. These articles appear as reading matter as though coming from the editors of these journals. Congress has started a movement to force all such matter to be properly markt ceeds of note balance 236 00 iVj'.s-April 25th. Bean comes Total highly recommended as .a reader, June 30 I9I3 $657o 14 EXPENDITURES will give a very pleasing and and Warrant entertaining program. No. 246 h H Davis yon wish to spend a pleasant If 3 00 " 242 Laricin Hicks evening, come to. the; Graded l42 9o 244 D B Langford School Auditoriam Saturday 300 ( 247 Rov Britton 1 40S 248 J R Cass 7 2o 246 .1 A Landrum 24 o2 loo J F Niceley 3 144 WH Jones' 6 35 243 Lewis Cooper 500 rT 1 inMi TTrnT in 10 Jones Durham 25o 25o S P Bowman "RlnAOui 175 WE Dillingham 645 3 the False lo E S Albright I3 75 In 5 lo .2 o 6 00 t a stone, corner to Tom C.Johnson now Rockcastle County Fair 2 55 5 stone on west side of a branch, also a corner of William Mink N 38 E 27 J4 to a st me in Tom Francisco's, now A. .1 Haggard's: thence S 61 1 E 6 poles wit said A J. EJaggard to me Ciunty Road, or West Street; ttieiice with said street S 25 poles a 1 beginning at VJV?vVl IW T&- -I 00 3o 2 5o 3 lo 4 2o 9 00 6 70 59 Edd Smith 38 63 64 55 56 JM JL lasHerrin Norton Craig Hamp Reynolds 2 00 "344 Association; thence their hue we.--t poles to a stone, beginning corner, containing 1 acre and 54 sq yds. TERMS OF SALE: Purchaser or purchasers may pav cash and no interest will be charged; or thev may execute bond with approved security payable in sic months and having the force 11 KABO -- The Ure Model" . CORSET Style an average figure corset, Finished at top with sl'Ic embroidery trim. Has a rubber gore ta bottom of back section. Has very low bust and long skirt. Is very lightly boned. Has front clasp. Back wires have f eatherbone at bottom. Has three paira of supporters. money carefully in buying your clothes, you can least afford to economize in getting your corset. You'll find exactly what you want in a Kabo r The Live Model Corset. You'll get style, fit, comup-to-d- ate to spend your wEma ftanM Child c mm3mL&W aAITjBI e True" tt ( I -- 6 J W Kincer - 4 9 "Smoothes and Soothes"! Says CRAHXY METCALFE. J 2 5o 3 21 9 00 M Craig or rrown-u- n .. II D B Langford 300 Willis Bustle 1 25 47 Wm Poynter 149 75 65 Geo Maiier 00 68. Solomon Griftim 1 57 37 Thos Stevens lo 5o 6(3 E L Brown 4o 00 x ilamr) Revn olds 5.2o (Continued m 4th, page.) -- andefftctofa judgment. S. D. Lewis, Mch. 30, 19I4. madeof corded batiste. 6014 is 9K-in- ch Trustee. Sizes. 20 to 32. fort and lasting service from a Kabo; it is made for you to wear. It is worth what you pay at any price. iu . I 1!?cld1S throat troubles SXlSr J . a .u wuumo ana staootce wita Dr. Bell's PINE-TAR-HONEY FARMERS INTEREST SEED CORN 10 to 30 Bushel- - Per Acre We care not what corn you have now, it you paant FARJMERS INTEREST WHITE DENT alongside of it, it will beat it rO to 30 bushels per acre. Farmers Interest hos,been bred for iS years. "Barren stalks have been eliminated, the ears grow very large and the qnaJitv is high. This variety has always won the highest, honors at the greatlnternational Corn Expositions, open to the world lrona the fiistone held in Chicago in 19O7, downto and including this year The selection, breeding and improvement of this corn has conferred on farmers, and all the people, greater benefits than all the work of Luther Bnrbank, the plant wizard of California. The least expensive and most certain way to improve a corn crop is to let others do the breeding and you bnv the result at a small price per bushel. For a farmer a bushel of corn like we will sell him ior a couple of dollars would require the work of years worth a thousand dollars or more. Send your name for a PREE sample and fnr- - her particulars and photo reproductions of grand swtep.stakes .inhibits. Better wiiteNOW. The photographs of g corn are well worth seeing. Named and introduced by O. K. SEED STORE.. DEPT. Indianapolis, Indiana Mention Signal, 'when yon write. prize.-wionin- It 8 coldeo and It eoes. It eoes ?." yerr" everybody In the family eetj At All Drue Stores. 23c. BOc, "Tell By The Bell Will Increase Your Yield It is claimed it. Soothe and Smoothe and It doesn't scatter. bottle of Dlt. BELL'S tjejT hes a DcllSHlt. md a picture ot Granny." too. jLJ $1.00 1914. CHECK YOUEi APRIL COUGH Thawing frost and April rains chill you to the very marrow, you you catch cold Head and lungs stuffed You are teverish Cough continually and feel miserable You need Dr. King's New Discovery. It soothes inflamed and irritated throat and lungs, stop? cough, your head clears up, fever leaves, and you feel fine. Mr. .1 T. Davis, of Sticknev Corner. Me , "Was cured of a dread t til cough after doctor's treatment and all other remedies failed. Re lief or money back. Pleasant-Child- ren like it. Get a bottle today. 50c. and $1.00, at your Drugcist. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for All Stores. Price $3.00 SOLD BY A. B. FURNISH SIFSSEa $ $ $ PEOPLES $ BANK $ $ A Straw will Show the I Way $ the Wind Blows Have you Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the $ r OPLES BANK $ ENGLISH SQUIRREL English Squirrel is a combined Stallion, 6 years old, full 16 hands hisrh, 3 white feet and star, a beau tiful bay, with high style and action, subject to registration. This stallion will make the season of 1 9 14 at my barn 6 mile from Hiatt Postoffice at 7 00 to insure a living colt. Season ruonev becomes due when colt is foaled or mare parted with. He has proven himself a good breeder his colts being winners at Mt. Vernon Fair two years-PEDIGRE- there's a reason. SAFE AND SOLID Eyery Banking Facility $ "advertisement." An exchange says that alcohol will remove grass stains on summer clothes. The exchange is right. It will also remove summer clothes and also spring and winter clothes, not only from the man who drinks it, but also from -- his wife and children. It will remove household furniture from tne house and edibles from the pantry; the smiles from the face of his wife and the happiness from his home. As a remover of things alcohol has few equals. "GOING TO THE WALL" unquestionabiy are all our new ' AMPLE RESOURCES $ For the Convenience of the People $ OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY & Black Topsy, sired by Black Squirrel No. 58; 1st dam bv and choice designs in Wall Papers. Bushwhacker, Shankhn's, horse, Here are patterns from the hands and dam Thoroughbred. Tom of the very best designers in the Tom Covmgton, Jr., is a dark Covington, trade, and such beautiful and per- bay, 16 hands high, Jr.s isfc dam Maud black points, Hilton, sired Old Champ, nd manent colorings that every pos- foalded April, igo8. He posesses dam by Gray Eagle. sible taste in shade may be satisall the five gait's with grace, speed My Jack BILX WALKER, known Sired by Kentuckv Sqmrrvl fied. Not a spoiled yard in any and action. He is a true type of as Crawford will also make 623. by Wood Sqirrel 22 by Jack, piece, and prices away down. t.Vio ciHrJl in VAottr m .:.. cutjr nC muuoujseasoa at same place, 5.00 uo in Black Sqirrel 58. 1st dam Willie c. c, cox, auuioira. 10m uovington, Jr.: sure a living colt Dudderar Reg No 3633, by Van is a combined harness and saddle! Opposite Court House, J."W. HILTON. Milter's King 739, son of Silver stallion, a fiiie driver, will trot and Mt. Vernon, Ky. Hill. King. English Squirrel's r'std-Pine rack right around the three min-- ! The Commercial Chub's circular sired bv English Hunter, he b ' ute clip . The f astes stallion in ' BEWARE OP 01 NTTMENTS FO R letters, business and professional Abdallah Messenger. 1st dam of CATARRH THAT CON- Rockcastle county. We has proven directory etc. is bringing gratifyEnglish Hunter the Wm.lLm-TAUT MERCURY to be a good breeder; breeds uniing results. The people are acsaddle mare, (best saddle mate form colts, large and stand up as mercury will surely destioy the cepting the invitations and propoever in Garrard County) by' Davy rwell. He showed the best htirsi senso of smell and completely de- CrockthCson of Denny's Dren-nositions in the spirit in which it is range the whole system Swben colt in Mt. Vernon Fair last Augiven. "Get entering it through the m ncous by Imp Drennon2nd dam by gust under one year old. His surfaces. Such acquainted with your neighbor article should Highlander. Abdallah Messengtr colts are selling high. This never be used except on: pre- Bigger Hatches you may like him." (Sire Srrint-.inrinltvrei sired by Messenger Chief imm TVmit,n.Hl champion 6 year-o- ld stallion will Eggs hatch better if cians, as the damage they wiji do of Maud Messenger 2 16 ) An old couple in New York make season 14 at my barn, tie tan the hens are in perfect same time and I .u V..U ifiii lis. .'inn. hanged themselves rather than be V...IA ....f-VaT.. . J i, tHr. possibly derive itfrom i..i .mxii .... placewill also7 at the old black Jack condition. iiK.nn nine uuiiu ui rme n them. Bull's stand year an expense and a bnrden to their to insure a living colt. Season Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. , i5 hands high with children. But vou never heard money due when mare is traded J . Cheney & Co , Toledo, O..., conand is a good breeder at $8 03 to of a child hanging itself rather 'or parted with. Car Poultry.Regulafor taken to tains no mercury, and isjtaken insure a living colt. than be a burden and expense to prevent accidents but not respon- internatty, acting directly upon jays big the year 'round. P. L. LAIR. the blood and mucous surfaces of its parents. sible should any occur. It prevents disease, sharpthe system. In buying Hall's Hiatt, Ky. ens the appetite, improves Catarrh Cure be sure rou get the PEDIGREE: . The Tall Sycamore of the St. digestion. You'll get more Tom Covington, Jr., sired by' qrP'mlne- - It is taken internally Asaph will probably find his "live" eggs more and Allen Quartermain, he by Tom aTnd0de in Toledo, Ohio. byF. stronger chicks. townsman Hon. Shelton M. Sauf-lel & Co. Testimonials . ? Pockogtn SSc. 50c, $1.00. S lb. paO, JO. Covington, standard and register-- 1 iree, ft in the race for Cogress when Satisfaction Guaranteed edNo. 18992,4 sired by Limber JW One application soothes and heals a rough Sold by druggists. Price 75c. m pimplyskinuidjWhenrepeatcd.quicklycffecU k the primary is pulled off in the or Money Back. Jim. standard both trotting audi fPec bottle. a core. Eciema, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers and Refute sabslUules; insist on Pratts. Eighth disfrict. allskia diseases yield to its curative properties. ' T:?lce family Pais for oon-bGet Praitt ISO page Ultutruttd SOc a box. At aSDraxjisis. ?alI's I I pacing; Tom Covington, first dam 11 Poultry Book. tiMiampl sad book. HulUisndBeatr." M B SendJarMMNSTON,HOLLeWAY&CO., M Pulaski County votes today Kentucky Chief, he by Indian snPatlon- PhMaPa. m, 1730 Spring nlBSU. on the proposition to issue $300. SOLD & GUARANTEED by Chiet, 2nd dam by Parsons Ab- -, CJTTT 000 of bonds for the building of dallah, he by Alexander's Ab-- : FOR FLETCHER'S DAVIS roads. dallah. Cmaitermain's dam j 1 V b-- v ! Mw--w- TOM COVINGTON, JR. Use Us $ PEOPLES 5JF I $ BANK $ $ Sip T? It is Cheaper to R8new Than t0 Buy New S JF J"' .w x J m k n, "Co-operation- ." pfafts .... c of-i- g 2 111 - f I b,i. J?. In every home is Furniture that looks fit only for the attic, or the wood shed. Simply- get a can of - fl-f- I " . I I HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINIS- H white-points- and in a few minutes for a few cents you will have a new and handsome chair or able, or cabinet. y it an Oak or a Mahogany finish, whichever you prefer. No painting experience is needed just Lus-tr- o and a brush. You'll really enjoy the work. FOR SALE BY You can give y S. C. o a s.rroR Ohildren a J. B. NOE I T S Essmmmmmmmmmtim ML VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky, April 24, 1914 ; vtimmmmmmmmm&m Factories. More Business. Improved farms. A bigger Mt.. I ?r f tj-- 4 cate with SIGNAL up"No.79" wnenWQ wan to Communis , J Vernon. jr Lookvillc & wj L 1 i M r r t Nashville B.R. Co. "Will never let up till we get em. Let the people take interest and push to the front. Rockcastle has a dozen soldier boys on Mewean border. FIS H S 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. that at $15 that not must NkHBtflf Pl it Work of preparation has already been begun on Mt. Vernon Fair 4:59 p m catalog. 22 north 24 nortti..... Rev. Geo. S. Watson will preach 3:53 a m am at the Presbyterian Chuich, Sun23 south n:43 stock-reducin- g 21 3outh 12:19 am day morning and evening. Jas. Landrum, Agent. Before another year passes Mt. Phone No. 8. Vernon will have, in addition to a ice plant Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice light plant, water works, second-clas- s mail matter. as and some factories. Telephone communication is establisht between New York and PERSONAL Denver direct, and by 1915 will be Albert Miracle was over from an accomplisht fact between New Wildie Tuesday. York and San Francisco. Never have you been offered such bargains as we are offering you today, Miss Rose McCord is in Knox-vill- e A thousand telegraph offices will Presattending session of the brand new spring clothes be opened thruout the country at we have been selling all this soring everv bytery. on account of the an early date Granville Hellin, a leading citibe an expert to see it so full of value you need make a long story short we bought Union was in separation of the Western zen of the Climax section telegraph and America Telephone too many spring clothes and we reduce this stock immediately town yesterday on business. every one of these suits Companies. J. M. Lackey of Richmond, was we sell petween now and Saturday night, we will give 0. H. Mullins, Practical Hatter, here from Saturday until Monday old hats cleaned and reblocked, the guest of Miss Sadie Richards. made to look new. Our reference Mr. and Mrs. John Mullins and is our customers. Give us a trial. Mr. and Mrs. Cook were up from Under Masonic Hall, Livingston to attend the funeral of Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mrs. J. B. Lair. Notice: The Directors of the Mrs. Emily Mullins and ?on Dannie of the Withers section Mt. Vernon Fair Association are were with Mr. and Mrs. Cam Mul- called to meet in the office of Atty. (ktOSEDlfeOTjCH V) E. R. Gentry tomorrow, Saturday lins Wednesday. -J- J.N1QN SUITS J 1 o'clock p. m. It April 25th at Geo. Berry and Dave Jackson, is important that every director two of the cleverest and oldest be present. have to offer you longer to buy one of these suits. If you cannot come to-d- ay traveling salesmen in the state, or By oversight in Omitted. ow this week. were here come in Monday morning when you come to Circuit and we will show you the getting up the business directory D. Lewis has filed his udge S. of Mt Vernon, the Commercial largest assortment of fine application for appointment to an Club list: failed to include the officers position in the volunteer Clothing and Hat cleaning and dyforces should war be declared with ing establishment of C H 'Mullms, 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 Underwear, Hosiery, Neckwear and other Shortly after our electric light ever to "Mt Vernon prices the State was here this week, plant is installed and' in working " where he has a list of friends. will make you them Remember Saturday, is last day of the sale Eugeue McWilliams, of Bandy, order the water works question Pulaski county, who was one of will come up for discussion and -- Make-our the teachers in Rockcastle last, action. It is proposed to have a Jsfore your N headquarters come plant installea before next winter. year and who taught one of the very best schools in the county, It is probable that the supply will was a visitor to our town Monday. be secured from some of the big it Mr. McWilliams will not teach in springs near head of Skeggs BY YOU BUY.' Creek; purapt into a resevoir made Rockcastle this year. on top of school house hill at an elevation of some 250 feet above LOCAL the town's tallest building. GravThe new Mutt & Jeff opera nouse ity pressure will do the rest. will be ready for the opening next Big Blast. The Hazard HerMonday. IS ald tells of a big blast consisting will open Sun- of The Rockcastle 38 kegs of black powder and m day when the big pot will be put two and half boxes dynamite, hav1 eilMNT. trujUrflZ .L.ETUU111M CLU "V into the little one. lVV IV ing been fired at that place. That Spring suits at prices to suit was some blast but was merely a your pocket-boo- k at Fish's and popgun when compared with some they are guaranteed. of the periodical blasts put off COMMENTS ON COMMERCounty Atty. E. R. Gentry and Mrs. Cook of Livingston. FIRST SUNDAY IN MAY The Rockcastle County ChristThere will be a meeting of the every few months in Rockcastle CIAL CLUB Short burial services were con- bought of Judge L. W. Bethurutn ian Bible School convention will quarries by the W. J. Sparks Co., Mother's Club of Mt. Vernon at Under direction of the Revj his residence on Richmond St. be held at Livingston some time The following letter shows what George A. Jophu, the general sec- ducted by Rev. Soward of the Dor mite ry, Thursday after the quarry men when 120 to 130 which Mr. and. Mrs. Gentry have in August this year. John D. boxes of dynamite, three and a one' of Louisville's busiest busi- retary, the noon April 30th at 2:3o. Kentucky Sunday-Schoare explded in one blast ness men thinks of the work of half tons, rented for some time and where Henderson is president and I. B. Association is starting a Make our store your causing small earthquakes. It re- our Club: they are now living. Chesnut, Hiatt, Secretary. campaign the object of which.is to when you come to town "All the sweetness of low prices from five to seven weeks quires Louisville, Ky. bring at least i, 000,000 persons to will not equal the bitterness of Court or any other time. to crill the one dozen and half holes Mr. Jas. Maret, Sec, Sunday-schoo- l & Son. in the State on one poor quality and poor service. J. Fish from 50 to 70 feet in depth six Mt. Vernon Commercial Club, day, the first Sunday in May. We believe whoever wrote the For Sale: S. C. brown leg- - inches in diameter. The holes are My dear Mr. Maret: In order to insure success Dr. above was absolutely correct We horn eggs, 50 cents per setting o f connected up by wire when loadOur Mr. Crooker got in this Joplin has made an effort to enlist have been trying consistently for the past thirteen years to coned and fired simultaneously from morning and want to thank you the interest of every 17. newspaper, stantly improve our service. We an electric machine (.dynamo) by for what he brought. Mrs. K. J. Smith and a large majority of them are will keep on tryiLg, for the word Ky. a man in a small house, to which Hiatt, Apr. t. Also want to thank you for the taking it up. The workers of the service is as big as all out of doors. KELLOGG & UO, Inc. Selling good clothes is our "long the blast wires are connected circular; regarding the Mt. Ver Sunday Schools are also being enWholesale Grocers, non Commercial Club. The writ listed. Tnere are county organi" We have a long, short or a short distance from the '"pit." suit. Richmond, Ky. er does not think that for the size zations under the State assicia- stout suit ready for you and we JUDGE R. G. WILLIAMS of the city, there is a more ener- tion in every county, and the offiare giving $2.50 in merchandise John Robins the retiring post-roastJ. Fish & Son. free with them. It requires a pretty good sort of getic, pushing and "get there" cers of most of them are rallying at Brodhead and who holds to "get by" successfully Commercial Club in the State than their forces. Some one will be the record of being one of the very The 1 lth District Christian Bib- a lawyer Attorney. the one at Mt. Vernon and if all asked to act in every town and best in the county, is also the le School Convention will be held as Commonwealth other cities in our State had men then to send in reports after the drug man. Now that Mr. Robins at Corbin May 15th. Willie B. Judge R. G. Williams has accom- of this kind, Kentucky would be day. is out of the post office, he will deMyers, a Rockcastle man now liv- plished the feat. Not only has With great credit the posi- on the boom all of the time. We Thousands of pastors' ivvita-tion- s vote his entire time to the drug ing in Pineville, is President. hope that your efforts in what you will be sent out to be plac- business. He was in Louisville Several delegates are expected to tion of prosecuting attorney, but he has made all elements admit are doing may inspire some of the ed in prominent places and given last week and bought a S'ooo. soda as attend from this county. '.other larger and bigger'' cities and to people. "Many organized classes fountain-- , which will be a great adthe truth of this asset tion. Theo. S. Mory, the Fertilizer Alsolutely fearless Judge Wil- - $hat they will get busy will endeavor to have each mem- - dition. It is possible that Mr. man of London was thrown from liamshas performed the duties of 'With kindest regards and best iDer bring at least one new mem. Robins .will fill the next roomto a horse, and painfnlly injured his office with rare ability and dis wishes, I am, I ber that that day. drug store which he occupied wh Yours very truly, last Saturday evening, on his way ere tion. the postoffice with some other jipe cake, fAS. CI ARK, JR. home from a business trip Mr. 3 While politicians are burning the but that is not settled upon at tfeis Mrs. Ann Lair of the Rose HiU Mory, not knowing of a wire fence midnight oil in the effort Co secure and and time. Mr. Robins is a splendjd vicinity, wife of J. B. good citizen, courteous and obligput up across an old road, a strangle hold on their jobs, this being Just received a new supply of flour-food- s. all became entangled and was thrown capable official was busy attending tonics andface creams. Drcp in Lair, died last Saturday morning ing and deserves the very besrqf from his horse, and painfully in to the arduous duties of his official' next door to post office for a tonic and her remains were laid to rest success in whatever his undertak' jured. Have Cox& Wheeldon look ffter in the family cemetery near the ing may be. position. She was It is generally conceded that you and you will not be bothered home. women bne of the most CARTER-STEWARin the county and War with Mexico Is not exactly beloved Judge Williams has made as good with dandruff ot falling hair. We Monday' March 23rd, the wed- if not the best prosecuting attorney use nothing but the best material been a member of the.Christian what we ordered but since we are years. ding of Miss Molly Carter and this county ever had. to have it we are readyto$protect same and our guarantee stands behind church for sixty-tw- o Stewart of Lockland, Mr. Warren Mrs. Lair was 81 years of age our country. Judging" from the our work. Our only aim is to In the world of politics, better appetizing. Ohio, took place at the Presbyter- things are in store for this' popu please our customers. . and a severe attack of grip ten way the men of this county are is inyears ago is attributed as the re- warming up it would be but a ian mansein Weir City- - The cer- lar young man. only the He Is a lawyer of capacity and emony was attended by Sanitauy Shop. . Todd's place' mote cause of her death. Sixty small job to'get up a Company dispensable one of the best orators in this neck under Masonic building next to years ago the deceased'was united of men here. relatives and friends. close all Mrs. Stewart is a niece of Judge of the woods. Fish's store, everything, new ex- in marriage to judge Jerome Lair, Besides all this the Judg is a Spring Suits at cotton foods. S. D. Lewis and for several years cracking good fellow whonumbers cept the barber who allows youto to which union six children were prices at Fish's. Pittsburg. his friends by the regiment. Cov- sleep while giving you a. shave. born four of whom are still living, has made her home in I J ' "V. , ington Post. JT. B. and Armp, Miss Carrie and J Stetson Hats at Fish's. Apr. 24-3Penh, TIME TABLE. Qives You the Opportunity of Your Life. Since we put on our sale last -- suit To With May 2 $2.50 Don't wait In Merchandise Absolutely Don't buy your spring clothes until you can come to our store to see what we Court FREE V to-morr- Clothes; Shoes; Hats; Shirts want Furnishings May 2 brought at that whendu to town; WE STAND WHAT THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES IN MT. VERNON ,f)fSfriS2SifSff'- LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH. IT YOUR GUARANTEE ol MERCHANTS 17-4- er OUL BaKin6 Powder Is th& Hqusezvife's Greatest Help. light, flaky,fruit short cake or a delicate hot biscuit? he-fille- d WHAT so tempting to the a appetite ex-Jud- healthfulness of Royal makes the perfect biscuit and muffin, short improves the flavor risen T . It renders the biscuit, hot bread and short cake more and nutritious, at the. time making them more attractive and Royal Baking Powder for the preparation the year found of perfect di-gestible All-wo- ol t. . ffi n c r ..."3W SV&K - nsmaDtt Jti "- - r 'gsP'V --srmr ? 1 Vs" TSfSS 'Or: v. V "KH3& it i "TaTl .I tasa-ti- IWBriiiaiBtMAkiMMBMa8Hi iirfiTfl i n"ii EtgS;-!Bffgt- e 4( t " 2n i62 A E Albright 152 J S Swintytd 2 92 2 53--i ' 10 J VY " J, W Kincrrw Snpt., In Account With Kockcastle County.- i79GW03rew 2i6 RA Swinfofd I54J P E Drummocd i4o J M Adams 115 David Webb 2i9 W A Chesnut 207 Dan M Ponder I55 Sherman Chasteen 222 Wm Phillips 224 Dewey Coffey I67 J L Norton 157"Abe Evans 186 Jack Abney 1 95 A M Payne i94 R J Abney 204 3 on " 250 00 3 2o 2 53 4 i5' 5 00 1 ljByWKincertojOsmpj check t 11 R B Harmon Kincer.. 1,60 u7 3.2o 1. '00 Wm Phillips A 195 3 20 146 Campbell Houk bel Honk " 13 J W Kincer (Continued from second pdge) "?7 2 3o 70 Dee Cummins 72 ZEmrick Lee King 33 J .1 Nickols 67 Jolio H Mullins 71 3 8o 5 5o 85 " i4 " I5 R H Bloomer " 16 J W Kincer " J M Craig 252 T J Hays 17 r 00 t'25 liKcha-Lov.ll 188 Wm McHargue i 19 J J Bakor 197 J W Kincer i9o Wm McHrgue 190 M F Craig 125 R H Bloomer iq6 J M Craig 1 680 2 6 2 6 00 25 00 00 roo Too 600 i55 1 5 57 73 Wua ?i J M .? a a: Poynter Craig $1 W T Taylor 0 H R Pace PP Singleton 182 W R McClui s. a ;r . 54 Tohn Scott" 86 E S Albright 3 J P'E Drummond 85 WP Hays 31 J C Bullen 77 W A Chesnut 94 I PDooley S3 C 0 Davis 74 Martian Sumners " 89- - H C Cromer. 87 Abe Evans 89 W H Stephens " 4o "92 3oPP SinglQion 7s RL Payne ' 60 85 2 25 2 4o 4 35 3 7o 4 00 4 7 3 75 7 9o 600 ii 00 00 L'95 3o 75 3 300 Eveline Gardner 24 Joe S Meere it 23 ITi X' Craig 18 J 3 00 3700 Chas A Lovell 177 C W Coffey 11 4 1 80 9S 52 I2)0 195 140 121 11 JC Wood 4 55 5 4 ii 9 25 1 00 2 3o 1 75 24 96 5 00 3 9o G Clark i44 A M Payne I70 Jack Ballinger 2oo M C Sowder 169 J H Lambert 206 J W Parsons 227 D 360 380 650 3 00 10 4o "21 Wm Sowder " i9 " 25 J M Craig " " 26 28 3 00 I2O0 I.08 ( Eva Fish 123 A J Norton 129 James Ping 00 00 36 00 " 20 Wm Sowder 27 J W Kincor i looo I'OO c i63Jas 132 202 Drewjw 4 3 10 A Grover Sutton 8 2o 2800 11 22 3 00 " J M Craig 20 2IO OO OO t 1 Joe Blackburn Tom Kirby Coffey I53 G W Poynter 4 05 Ashland Lodge No 640 Mt. Vernon. Ky., April 16, I9i4 great Wnereas: Amid the changing scenes of life, death has visited our Lodpe and taken from our midst, brother J. Henry Fish who departed this li'e March 20, 19I4. Ther fore be it resolved: That by the death ol Bro. Fish Lodge, has lost a true and faith-lu- l brother and the coram unity an honest and upright citizen. Resolved: That we tendered to the bereaved family our sincere and heartfelt sympathy Resolved: That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon our Lodge records and a copy sent to the Mt. Vernon Signal for publi cation. J. A. Landrum S. C. Franklin, J. W. Brown. 1 ' 7; jpBMIBMBdfcMMiaiii Bj For Infants and Children. i,-- va - The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCO"iIoL 3 PER CENT. ANgefaHerVepSrallonfe-As-sirailaiin- ibcFoorfandRegula lingtlieStoiraclisandBoMtlSBf ffnr.-PKTisllMii:- Bears tlis Sigaature f w$ Tl PromofesDigcstfonJChfjtfii-nessandRest.ontaInsneiUif- ' 3o Mt Vernon Graded School 31 E S Albright n5WR 181 300 285 5 10 kf ft O HI Opiimi.Morphirie nor Mineral of I Not Narcotic. i 35O0 5 00 6 75 2 25 17 4o K 4 is 52 8io 4 1 " lio 19oTjHays 122 J A Reams 241 28o 2 80 3 60 3 00 " " J J Renner 29 W G Mullins 32 2 00 ' 38 J W Kincer 2450 1 00 J A Anghn 354GV Holliugsworth (a 151 T J Hays ( i7i J B Childress t. 113 Jas Chanev ( 4 95 3 II A W Norton t WB Cable 45 85 3 00 2 80 24o Wm Sowder 228 T R Mullins 117 W P Kincer 1 10 M E Say lor i93 M V Swinford : 68 E L Brock i2oo 1 5o 2 40 95 96 J S Helton 3o5 3 4o 5 65 4 20 J B Ponder 97 Theo Hibbard 90 C G Herrin 52 c Win Phillips 280 96 J W Kincer 1 00 98 D G Bullock 1 90 97 E R Gentry 4o 101 Geo Adams 9o 103 Peoples Bank 2023 33 102 104 Jas Denney. 98 J B Sutton 69 E L Brock ED Brown ' 5 00 2 5o 20 25 i JM Adams 12g John Scott 105 Wm Norton 123 Jesse French Coffey 1 34 Wm Sowder I37 W F DeBord 295 3 60 80 3 15 17o 2 lilCW i5 1 , 5' ii 80 00 166 G V Hollinzsworth 6 55 2I0 Sarah Osborn 5 20 243 Hardin Moore 5 75 244' Wm Sowder 3 00 243 J W Kincer il 00 245 A W Norton 3o 215 Mary Puice i39 24s T M Laswell io7 Geo Burton 244 J W Kincer 70 2 65 1 105 D G Clark I50 G VV Poynter 114 2 W H Gentry 3 225 214 J H & F E Mullins 5 3 187 P P Singleton 218 J H Minks 3 3 238 R Branaman I21 Jones Durnam 3 239 Albert Allen 18 I9I G V Holliugsworth 4 203 J F Dooley 5 4 3s 4 00 6 50 6 Go 6 10 " " Renner " 4 1 Wm McHargue' " 35 Dewey Coffey ' 4o Win McHargue ' 34 J J 750 2 48 4 95 15 II II II II K l " " " " ' 50 5o 95 7o 5o " " ' 00 25 " 4i " " " ' " " " ' " ' I36 Dee Cummins I33 A W Norton i ic i " 4 lo " " 42 M F Craig 38 Joe Meece 300 39 Dewey Coffey 3 00 36 H C Blanton. 224 00 50 Cbas C Davis Treas. i5 00 58 J M Craig 2 00 57 W R Gill 80 00 54 W J Soaris Co 4750 J T Ballinger 2 95 59 60 Owen Allen 2 55 64 Mell Moore 1 o5 49 S T Reams 4 8o 6: John Norton 4 87 55 Thus Stevens. 8 4o 53Zack Hansel 2 00 63 Harvie Owens 1 00 66 Tohn Norton 194 52 T A Coffey 1 20 62 C B Anderson 9 00 67 J W Kincer 1 00 ' 2 1o 65JALandrum 44 OF Hamm 4 25 46 Walter Gilliam 2 00 -- 00 3 00 193 G V Hollingworth ' " "' 160 M C Say lor 164 J H Mullins 194 J C Sutton 161 W H Stephens 59 E 17o R 1 1 lo M. Mt. Vernon. Ky., April 1014 400 Whereas: . Our heavenlv fathtr 300 in his infinite wisdom, has seen fit I030 to. call our beloved brother, W. A. 4 45 2 9o 5 00 2 4S Ashland Lodge No. 640 F. & A. PI M'Ji Knlu ftizo BsrphaSte- A- y m in CtenfkiSum?. Aperfect Remedy for Consfif TT L Brock L Payne ' 4 II II I 148 Booth Purcell II II II II S T Reams 2oi Irvin Bullock 2o4 J A Landrum 172 Grover C Sutton i7g John Soard v 65 167 J F Niceley 3 15 5o 2 65 2 i5 4 7o 3 00 2 2 5 2 1 I. 127 II II II II A B SammV 206 J J Renner 2o8 E S Albright 178 A M- 75 00 80 2o 7o 00 I92 R 99 G-- S 2o9 t 1 J W-Kinc- er Payne Abney - 230 5 00 5 00 2 00 4 55 II J Cress II II II 35 Abney & Payne 595 9 25 5' . a.iQj& 2 10 I3I Cash Hiatt 130 jas unaney 67 C VV Coffoy Jjl ". " " " 2 3o 1 25 5 69 ' 7o Freemon Kttron Jas Chaney 3oo 4 75 2 .198 Henrv Longfow 203 J BChiMress It 207 Sanders Fish- I 157 Wm Norton ! 149 W C Johnson ( 143 C G Herrin II 6450 4 5o 70 Hammonds, who died March iU, 1 9 13. Therefore be it resolved that in his death Ashland Lodge No. 640 F & A. M. has sustained the loss of one its valued member and hisvifea kind and loving husband, his children an indulgent father the Christian religion b faithful and zealous supporter, and his brethren mourn. Resolved: That we extend to his beloved family our sinceie sympathy in their hours of trouble and commend them to Gob who doeth all things for some wise purpose Resolved: TJhat a copy of thes resolutions be spread on the min ut&5o'four Lodge, a copy b'e sent to the Mt Vernon Signal for pub lication and a copy sent to the family of our deceased brother. J. A. Landrum. tion . Sour Stonach.Dlarrtm Yorras.ConvulsioiisfetnUr IfccSinnb Signature ai Use For Over ness andLoSS OF SLEEP. of The Centaur Compato; NEW YORK. Thirty Years Se2, ic Guaranteed underth Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA TMCCIHTAUH COMPANY. NCW YO CITY. I f7EV ii r.l .T.IT J u 171 TTTX? aMHMaHHHMlaPMaHaMaf wiEffnnmmwiWMnnTi .7 &t 380 S. C. Franklin;, 41o 4 f5 J 50 J. W. Brown II II I 2i3M CSaylor 246 E 3 Albright 247 J W Kincer 242 John Houk 248 J W Mink 25'o J M Craig i33S j3 Chandler 65 I26 Jesse French I5I J M Craig I85 Solomon Griffin 125 50 6 84 50 24 00 3 IT) I50 2 co 3 3 9 7 9 1 00 30 - 00 j73 Solomon Griffin 4 50 ' " 4 00 i?7 1 159 Jack McMullins 85 jo 5o 75 Owe n Allen 7 7o ' 249 J W Kincer 256 226 Jack Abney 00 2 00 3 90 6 00 " 47 Robe McKinney 68 Z T Hansel "71 Jas Chaney " 37 J C Bullin " 56 Jas Herrin " 72 J W Kincer " 74 J M Craig 81 J S Helton " 76 John Norton 2os Katie Price 162 A W Norton 163 T 00 3 00 C Bulltn 3 10 2 75 1 00 1 " 300 CASTOR Bears the Signature of I For Infants and Children, & World for Farmers. Grain 'Men and Engine Owners Makes money so last that ; f&"fA7 " u, , . ing oett mongy raaKerm 1 1 t a . kJ .i 250 3 do 158 J I Nickols The Kind YouHaye Always Bought II . 2I0 Pete Cummins 130 Mell Moore there'll be no more idle days f. after you've nut in this ereatest little flour mill ever built. Makes high as 50 bbls. finest flour a day. Do your own milling mill for everybody around iiSiiSi you. They all use flour. And with this wonderful little ROLLER FLOUR MILL up a biff paying flour trade right In your own You can quickly build It's the crownirur achievement of the great Enellsh mill linyentor. Tattersall. A guaranteed success that's revolutionized the mill complete roller uour miu tu oaa smtiu caac rcuuifmtc ing ousiness. SELF-CONTAIN- 7 20 2 00 3 95 2 60 II II s 80 II II II II II II I. J F Sims 1 D B LnriBford 31 131 W H Jones ' 184 Lewi" Cooper 147 1 1 39o 5o 75 13 5 00 "lylujget" l4A " 2 70 if V 11 174 Peoples Bank 20 00 184 Solomon Griffin 16 28 -- -- " 180 4 00 2o 00 133 J W Kincer -'482 600 Wm Poynter i5 132 1--2 -- D" " " 258SFSnms 26oWm Sowder 261 S C Davis 2o5-22- o " " Milton Deaton 255 Solomon Rowe 1 00 10 00 5o 1 1 80 J S Helton " 5 1 J R Mink " 73 David Proctor " 75 M A Stevens ' 45 j B Sutton 81 81 W T DeBord 83 46o do 3 00 4 25 300 TheoHibhard 75 Asia Stokes 150 L D Ross 56 880 2 85 5 1. 262 J W Kincer 3 10 Mi The Bank ofMt J rV-rnn- n June 30 Is 6 48 balance due n too John Soard 9o " cfio ft? "county on settlement 2 7o June 3o 19I3 Total 1 i8582 $657o i4 J38 C G Herrin 19 J H Howe X98 J W. 3JB3 J- - Kincer M Gruig M 41 ft M- J F Niceley i71 T R Mullins r63 W A Chesnut jt4j J Ball ;161 GSutton 197 G S Griffin 118 I76 Reams io9 G C Fish &T-- Settlement of J W Kincer Co Superintendent with the Fiscal 3 lo Court of Rockcastle Connty, Ken2 00 tucky, for county funds received 90 00 and expended from July 1 igi3 2 4o to Jan. 5 lgi4. 2 25 RECEIPTS 4 04 July 1 19I3 Balance carried from 1 50 proceeding year 485 82 5 00 Sept. 13 T J Niceley tax of 9 66 2oo 00 l9l2 3 56 5s 30 25 Oct 2 5 00 2 " 87 J M Craig " 84 Dan M Fodder " 43 John Mobley 79 ' 86 R H Bloomer " 77 Mat Brown " 78 Jas Brown 3 75 3 5o 2 " " ' 214 " 224 J J Reames: " 2q9 H L Smithi 25o Solomon Griffin 221 J S Swinford Norton 225 J 251 ' 2i3 J W Kincer 2I2 S F Bowman 2 15 J M Craig r Flush out the accumulated waste and poisons of the wiuter months ckans your stomach, liver and Take 5 35 kidneys ol all impurities. Dr. King's New Lite Pills; noth 2 55 ing better for purifying the 6lood. 17o Mild. laxative non griping 1 00 Cnres constipation. 25c, afcyour Druggist. Marvel e coti-muni- tv. only one man and Iittie power to make a Barrel of Better Flour Cheaper' , 3 00 1 00 3 00 Hurts. 25 43irkkn's Arnica Salve for ' All macb cheaper than the largest mills. Grinds rye and back vrheat.too. Any one can operate it. N Pravious HilllnC Experience Necassarr Get a "Midget" on 80days trial money back guarantee. Xoavt nothing to nsJc bat much to 0's Jt! 2- -- FREE sain. ' 600 '6 5o 5 6C X " 00 65 9lo' 325 " " W B Cable " 9oJohn Scott 265 200 1 " 96 95 88 J M Craig 00 'i75 2 50 75 1 Katie Price 93 Mode Crawford " 9 1 Willis Bustle4 " 11 2o i24 T R Mullins l 6 2oo 00 200 00 " 89 $ B Cold iron " 98 J S Bullock ' 94 Wm Gibson 99 Walker Owens 97 Payne 48 As Stokes 85 Sa.m 50 255 257 " 256 " 252 " 254 " 225 ." 253 228 " Solomon GritEn 265 J W Kiucer 259 Wm Sowder Wm i lo5 19 00 12 5o uhaa the " McHargue 600 600 M P Craig JS Meece Soloinon GriflSn Dfwey Coffey Z T Hansel Dewey Coffey Solomon GrifSn The location 6T our factory "give ua 6 00 lowest freight from mills to factory, and from Silo and Savi motuj by to you. Git a 42 00 writing ua for catalog and prices. ti 00 SILO AND TANKCO. LOUISVILLE to-d- 600 only real- - continuous door opening. Hoops made of tetted steel. Hoops can be adjusted from lad. der front door frame. Doors made of California Red. Wood. 'The Wood Eternal." x&s tttr fac-to- iy 1 10 (Incorporated) 0. SUllcn F. - 10UISY1LLE? 1 00 Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit from the use of Thedford's Black-Draught." 95o 4 25 2 65 10 6 1 " 23i 229 23o " 4o 00 3 75 " " " 114 4 4o " p2 II 4 55 i'43 lo 25 147 Eugene McMullins 1 3o 1 '6 196 78 Victor Price f A'Osborn t87 J F Shams 250 6 Peoples Bank bor rowed money 1000 00 Nov 8 J M Craie sale of school house Disct. 62 10 3o 'Nov 8 J M Craig sale of 2 85 " ' " 99 J W Kincer Dee Cummins io5 A M J iatt " io4 Theo lgg " I06 J J B( 1 " io3 A Doo ey " I02 C C D vis " 10 1 C C Wuu.ims " 1 170 7 5o 2 55 (I si t JtTSJS&RjaofMffiii 2 00 I78 Ljswis Hamptok 3 po x"99 BdPr$or W Kincer J 205 benches Disct. 53 t 56 ltfdv 22 "T J Niceley tax of l9i3 500 00 11 22 W A Falin borrow- - 4 40 3 IS 4 4o 2 50 33 85 "rr239 A J McMullins " 2i7 E Bullock 217 U G Baker '219CC Davis ' 266 J M Craig " 258 A J McMullins " 216 Wm Poynter 4 y'X6o 6 5o 3 00 7o All W 14o I8000 ' So 37 60 2 15 25 1 00 1 00 5J J " Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles. they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without f4 ANGLO-AMERICA- Send !or This Free Bak "The story of a Wonder ful Flour Mill" tellin what others are doinc- with It and what you, yourself . can do. N HILL CO.. Inc. 517 Trut tilt. Owtii&an. lj. 5 S I have writes J JJ J 2 JJ ' 142 W A Phillips fl u I lS iKSmU0' 108 Jery Rash , - 57 ti it t - II S F Sams balance 740. 223JC8irn ' on stove 1TC WmMtHfgue J4.1ti - 3-7Dec 20.Campbel Houk Census j9i3 J7o 20I J Httficfcerspn zy j Niceley tax of i 7o Dec il;Job 3 70 6o,1 ed money 60000 " 2g J M Craig sale of 5 45 house Disct. 63 " T J Niceley taxof: ,c " 107 " 112 ' 100 " 108 CM Hiatt 7965 r6 8o Dewey Coffey GC Fish '" 2;o 235 4 35 3 5o 2 5o 2 80 " : - 1913 500 00 10 3 W A Chesnut "92HH Reynolds " 120 R L Bray )rtaiS8- Re-tuud- ed " n3 Dewey Coffey 138 J M Craig ' 137 Wm McHargue 116 Wm Phillips1'" ' 242 G'W Marler " 2oo J H Reams " 244 Wm "Bullock 24o R B Harmon ' 18o Wm Barnett 269 G C Johnson ' 223 J H Mullins 234 Jolin Soarcf " 236 A E Albrght- " 237 Alf Owens ' 246 HarJenflRoan " 227 J Mobley " 248 Margaret. Chesnut BLack-DraugH- 115 18o 5,5o 6 65 7 25 Eqx Beached Other Furniture and Interior WopdvfQtk, T 1172 a q 4 JT ' SO j 75 64o ,p5 1 if iBbtJJ&ricfelr 20 t 2o 5oo 00 7 9o " 155 T'Etfnllins"'' - 243 Xsla'StJfea- i9i3 6.3" 88 45 " " 267SvF-taofema- 4foM SfTrrBrrS 2808 , ' 2 75" 4 5o rTPaf flWrn? XffJv Ti 3o -- fenlBr Is-- ?P Jan i, l 11 igi4 500 00 3oo 00 loo 00 21 31 i22 U G Baker 136 Wm McHargue 118 600 13 89 2 241 Rf HfHamm ' 262 T R Mullins 235 yH'r?EdInas ' 63 S:E;Cb3wdler 247 Jaa fyvg' " 233 J T ballinger 450 (7 7 z. OO 00 J 139 iuy 76 LB Lewis f ,. II Total $4329 o3 EXPENDITURES 3 40 Warrant 513? J J French lo (.Kestores toe orirmsi Dcauty no msnar now"Daijr acratcnta or aonea us wood stsik and varaUb combload laxm Comesxn 11 Natural Wod etHom ffkiUu All jSizss. it'2 ,5fiCvT 2 S t in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizz- iness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar has proved itself a safe, fm ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. Jp you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- - kfll If Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for W young and ofd. 'For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. J S S H r J jeapegfcxS- - $: xDK8gS3c3S6:S833see UNDERTAKER r B rod head Ky 1 134 lo9 W A Chesnut 16 25 10 5o 75 907 6 00 2Y;KC,ofiey'Jr Owren o foarrad by EASLEEGUEtERT $fad sad IMCURPORATU CO. ii 11 llaChEoVell No 263 i f 2 75 " '25i-" 2B4 J W Kincer A-Fali-n t44J UUrtpn 11 IfWHteVenB 26o 27o 1 00 00 124 W H Owens ' Allen . .6 95 Louisville,' Ky. Q4NVLE OWEISIS COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Casliets and Robes Mail. Telegraph or Tele- Jf phone orders Promptly " billed. liGus 3500 2 t I14WR, Coffey W.m Staverson v. r n M 22iJKM0mens '35' 7o 90JD0 iloo i 'i; 11 11 tyfife L2 148 W &'tfk1&&sy fs f- H Owens J L Norton " 2 Jesse Orton r" 3 J W Kincer J 4 Ida May Adams "6 "Ob V 5E-- Albright 6'j'W Kincer looo " 7 Wesley Mink ' 500 " 8Wilhs Allen Jas Maret " 265 J W Rider " 266 Jesse Orton ,c 1 J C Bullen loo 33 00' I41 J B Sutton P&i45Irvin BnllocK Wttl52 1800 800 1 " " Sowder Coffey 39o 4o5 3-8- 5 5io " .Huntington Bank &; ,. Trust-C274 W A D Davis Va-School TOHN 'ROBINS ' V4" U'AttiiVSf brpaneaq, yu r ? W2 00 3500 650 1 60 3 75 10 iQsy Chas'ChapdJer, " 126 Griffin ",.169 R JvAbney 166 Solomon 3 55 95 West Jiturc Co. 261 G WDrew 173 T.M. Laswell 3nrn-- ? iV, 41 235JWJKlcer 200 9 J"M"Craig 00 4o 00 i85 Dewey Coffey " I87 Wm Sowde'r ' ' iB9 J S MeecV " 182 W F Sowder " 183 H M Minks 11 5p 6 00 ,12 00, "LjB, Lewis 222 " Iff 245 JJl Adams Mlftbeatbn 300 " aoHJiBChaiMtfer- loo 49700 Jan. 6 1914 Total EpedlEam--4 H83i oK aigW PKinar ' ft" 2iDfCy2ycy(jj2cs R H. Conovcr Dentist ; MT? Vk5foN? 4- Tj"" n'lf iB"yvirTrjM-va'- f MBaBK!sKBBaWsss!SSs KY, nj FrontRooms over Baker's Store Wone 495. "F7! bT - L ja tycyf3y y&yc$3 A