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Mount Vernon signal: September 25, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914092501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 25, 1914 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. T Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVII. MT. VERNON, Established 1887 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY SKIT. 25, 1914 XUMBKR 48 knows what the fate of a spy i, n,00 9 . ' !!!! !! ? and we have eomlennifvl him in 6ot. J E (19 the dispatcher's office a few days 09tt.i 8 .3 3 ago and the verdict is done ren- Oct... Si. OCX.V 09I..I dered We intend to inflict the Ooa... g XIP'A"1 : k., VA P"31" S yff JI ci 2 j&& penalty the first time he comes 39... L-- v' .. T-I XI Im ' T 3CO and a full quorum is present, and o f m rjj wL ; ) IJLllltlUll Jw j t.aw..f J.IUkltUO III jr M bV oca froixvike this week. Bill Bullock, of Leba-- we alWay perform what we u jder-noirtO msm &a3 ffl & 1 W .., 'W k ,q Ky., is working as copyist in take and if Mr- - Franklin disbe-th- e eB... if jA a o r Iieves tllis w0 refer hirn to Att.V. J. Os.. dispatcher's office this week. OC... aftO iro"'n who will enlighten Oca Tohn Mullius has returned from " .3 nM. Maggie Martin has a ' oe... Level Green aud repot k his fath-- ! ..CO .. full line of fall and winter hats, so er, Jep Mullius, some belter. 8s.. ws.. ..03 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neighbors are you see Livingston has a milliner. Sl... "'en L. H. Davis, will, in a few days, Cos. viiitmg relatives in Louisville, .e06 OS... move his stock of goods to his new 8t).. this week. Farmers here have Oe. begun saving fodder, which is a brick store room. We will say for id ..... very small job in this neck of the T. J. Pennington, the contractor, ...SJSS2ii2221i222-2i,,i:"",,,,,,,- " woods. Dr. W. H. Joyner was in that he is a carpenter that any Corbin, Monday. Mot.es Brady town should be pioud of. Walter will leave in a few days t'or a vaca- Browning was in from Stanford, tion in the west Thomas Jones' Sunday, where he is attending 8 little boy got his fingers badly school. G. S. Griffin, the clever guarantee A article l)e every hurt a few days ago with a dyna- and accomodating merchant, was to exact ly as we represent. mite cap. Mrs. L. H. Davis has with home folks. Sunday. W. H. returned from Berea, where she Krueger has His cottage almost IIee. when we ay bardone and is now drilling a well on has been visiting relatives. Mrs. gains is so. That Robert Mattingly, of Paris, Ivy., is his lot.-- P. M. Rash, of the Scaggs somelxxly loes money is Creek Section, passed through visiting relatives here. certain: Sometimes it is J. W To be really smart, your tailored suit this year here Monday, en route to Pitts- Baker was in Mt. Vernon, Sunday, the niaiHifactures, again R must be equisitely simple. buig, Ky., to see his sister, Mrs. A little child of Mr. and Mrs. some biir retail concern, Bill Decker, who is very sick. Few trimmings are used because the materials and at time-- , we sacrifice j Oscar Argenbright, has been very themselves are trimming enough. And because such f sick for a few days. W M. Hicks, ,c our protit. uur cttstom- little trimming is used is all the more reason why you the matrimonial candidate says Acute Indigestion $ ers'ivap tthe beniiit no UJat- should have the right bit of color, the right button mi ter that the last ray of hope of his getfor your suit. who loses. & "I was annoyed for over a year at J'9 ting married has now vanished as by attacks of acute indigestion, Bischof tailored suits arc man-el- s of style, and are he is called grandpa. Now, Maret followed by constipation," writes ever so pretty because they are ever so simple. says that it is not his age that Mrs. M. J. Gallagher, Geneva, N.' ifiVmXVf He has made the choosing of materials an art. He was Aw h v hurts but the name gjandpa, Y. "I tried everything that compicks them as you would a piece of goods for a "parrecommended to me for this is what cuts the ice. Tom Mul- plaint but nothing did ticular" gown for fashion and service. much good lius, who got shot by one of his until about four mouths ago I saw -m Every yard of the cloth is thoroughly shrunk. nephews, was in town a few days Chamberlain's Tablets advertised Every operation in the making is performed by exago and told us that he was al- and procured a bottle of them perts who have been at that particular work for years. from our druggist. I This means that your Bischof coat or suit will hold most well. Mrs. W. M. Preston ed that I bad gotten soon realiz the right its style and shape till the fabric wears out. and children are visiting relatives thing for they helped me at oncet at Boston, Ky., this week. Miss fMiico taking two oottles of them Every garment is fitted on live models this is why you can be so easily fitted in a Bischof coat or Emma Griffin, who has been very I can eat heartily without any bad suit. sick, is some better. Earl Rice effects." Sold by all dealers. was in Stanford, Saturday. Mrs. Don't put off seeing them a day longer. There is sure to be one garment among them that was made George Warren and children, cf LEVEL (J KEEN. just for you. Jellieo.liave returned home after a few days' visit with Mrs. W. A. The Sunday school convention Warren, of this placo. B. Mul- that was held at Burnetts Chapel jlins, better kuowu as Happy, after last Sunday was largely A mt "rf'rf;s-N-N-rfrrj---.'-- attended a few days' absence from Livings they had some very able s peakers )) Sensational Banmin in ton, has returned. Thomas Brythere and their talks were much ant left Monday for Eleys, Ky., to enjoyed. William Thompson of Shoe , Clothing, Dry visit relatives. J. M. Fcure, a few Crawlordsville, Ind., is visiting days ago pnt paste on paper for a If Goods if Iriends and relatives here for a paper hanger to hang it and not w r m TU -- R. L. Brown was up few weeks. TJTJ long ago he painted his house and g 1 iciis, jnaraware ana from Somerset Sunday and spent he is blind but never the less this HI the day with his mother. J. W. JSItODHEAl). R. A. 0 ; J. F. Hordes, M. 3rd V. was visiting her sisters here this is true, for the writer was an eye Mullins and family returned to R. S. Shivel. M. 2nd V.; received a new ear of M. A week. Roy Sowder and Everette witness and you know a cones Livingston Monday after several Mrs. Jacob Elder spent last Stevens, M. 1st V.; John Robins Watst n were in Maretburg the pondeut will not exaggerate the Old" Reliable, best of all W. week with her daughter, Mrs V. Sec'y , J. W. Moore, Treas. and htter part of last week. Mrs. R. L. Richards, cashier of the Mt. days stay with his father here. American Fence R. Brown in Highland Park, and 'J. M. Roberts, Sen. Zeb Hall, H. Hainm Is visitiug relatives in Vernon Bank, was here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Hasty of attended the State fair. -.- 1 B. one of the best farmers of the Nicholasville this week. Mrs. L. - C. J. Rice, who was hurt about a Maysville, Mo., Mrs. Sallie A. at lower prices than ever Frith returned from Tellico Maretburg section, was in town B. Cable and daughter, Miss Susie week ago, has relumed home Barnes of Brodhead, Ky. and Mrs. sold for in Rockcastle J. W. Shutts of Ottawa, were very Plains, Tenn. last week, where Monda. Next Saturday eveu-in- are spending the week with rela- greatly improved. Mrs. Geo. pleasant guests at the home of County. Xow i the time Mr at 7:30 p. m. Prof. W. A. tive in the country this week. he had gone a few days before Black and children, are spending to buy your Fence. and Mrs. Wm. H. Browr. Saturwith the intention of entering Owens will begin a series of singa few days with relatives in Paris. day night and Sunday. Dr. G, B school. Mrs . Mary Albright was ing at the Christian church. He J. F. Dees is beautifying his Lawrence has ClIAMHEKLAIN'S LlNlMENT been very sick for will hold these meeting on Satur in Louisville state fair week property by treating it to a new several days. Mr. and Mrs. R. B Tf VOI1 nl'f ll'rmhlnrl Willi .iJmcOwens, who has day and Sunday evenings, and coat of paint. Sheriff Cam Mul ' pains or soreness Sams and two little daughters, ol of tne muscles. lins was in Sunday afternoons. Every bodv been sick so long, is no better. our town Tue day. Estel Cottengim, the little son of cordially invited to ut,ed.-M- rs. SSSSS.S?. SS J"?!'. Only a little over a month now un- Paris, are with father Mr. J. P. l v.v.j wi. vuuuiuv,liUJli O I.1III Mullins who continues very sick. Mr- - and Mrs. Dave Cottongini, J. E. Walhn, of Junction City, was Many sufferers from rheumatism til the election aud everything so D. R. Gentry is at home this with relatives here during the and siatica have used it with the quiet haidly a word spoken fractured his arm last week. about week and attending the teachers Earl Sliafer and Elij all Hopkins, week. Rev. A. T. Pike left best results. It is especially valu- the but we have come to institute at Mt. Vernon. Misses who have been so very low with Wednesday for Gillead, Madison able sor lumbago and lame back. one ccnclus on and that is our Ora and Essie Brown spent last sale by all dealers. typhoid, are improving. Brack countv, to begin a meeting. He For friends the enemy (the republiOnly a few days ago a big Shoe House in Toledo, Ohio, Friday with their sister Mrs. Durham was here last week, the will be assisted by the Rev. Beagle cans) have conceded the election Eugene McWilliams failed their entire stock was sold by order of the Courts. at Bandy. LI VI a Us; TON. guest of Owen Cass. Mrs. J. W. of Lancaster Geo. S. Durham, of Beckham and that is what We were fortunate enough to get about 4,000 pairs of J. L. Hasty wqsin Brodhead first Tate spent last week in Louisville the successful Sparks Quarry makes it so quiet, and if this is Men's, Ladies, Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoes and of tho week on business. O. H. buying her fall millinery and at- - mercuant m charge, was in town C. M- - Griffin, of Dortha, Ky., what it is. we will say, boys, you Oxfords that come from the best manufacturers in the DeBord is suffering very much tending the state fair. I. R. Storm j Wednesday. Dr. and Airs. Frank was here Snnday. Wjlliam Moore, are a good gnessev. We see where with an abcess of his neck.-M- r. whole country AT OUR OWN PRICE. We proreturned last Sunday from a visit Robins, of Crab Orchard, were in who once wi?s a citizen of this you are right. J. O. Hulgecoth, pose to allow our customers to reap the benefits of this and Mrs. James Hurst are the to relatives at his old Laurel county town Wednesday. John E. Evans count and who is now running of Crab Orchaid, Tenn., is visiting proud remarkable purchase. parents of a baby girl at home. He was visiting in Corbin has moved his family here from section at Ciunpbellsville, was with W.T. McCuilough, of this place, their home -- G. W. Shells was in also. Henry Webb, who is now Lexington J. M. Lear, of the relatives here shall Miss Ardilla Brown, "of Mt.Ver Sunday. Elislm them loose for spot cash only and Mis al the home of his father is verv j Hiatt section, was in town Wednes- - Bullock, of Hansford, was with uon, has returned home after a Mt. Vernon Monday.-M- r. A. J. McMullin and children low with t'phoid. R. L, Collier day. Mr. Lear is troubled with our merchants, Monday. Miss fow days' visit with her cousin, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Our prices all through onr big line will open your eyes. was in town a short time Monday Lagrippe. Miss Kate McFarlin, Loucinda Helhtad is the Hello girl Miss Cleo Pennington. T.J. Pen- M. E. Burton at Plato.-Bo- rn Weaie practical Retail men. We know BARGAINS J to on his way to Mt. Vernon. Miss of Junction City, was here during at Mt. Vernon- - W. H. Cottougim nington was in Mt. Vernon, Sat- the wife of R. B Saylor on the 16 are what you want and, By George, we are going to see Clyde Watson, with her little the week making an effort to get a left for Louisville, Monday, where urday, on business. Mrs. W. H. a girl.-M- iss that you get 'em . Kate DeBord was in nephew. Austin Sparks Durham, class in music. We failed to hear he will Cottongini, who has been very sick Mt. Vernon Monday remain for a few days. shopping- .spent from Friday until Monday however hoiv successful she was. ' Mrs. Samuel Ward isvisitlm? rela for the past few days is some bet- Mitchell Cress bought of Wm. H, at home. Mrs. Amanda Hordes A.M. Hiatt was in Louisville ter at this writing. - Mrs. J. E. Brown a fat cow for 3J cts per lb.-J- as of the Copper-Cree- k section, was Sunday aud Monday. Mrs. Belle I tives at Lancaster this week. Hughes is spending a few days Vanhook has bought a tract of 00 90 taken suddenly ill last Sunday Henderson, of Paint Lick, is visit- Bradley McGuire, of Illinois, is with a relatives in Paris, Ky. R. J land from W. H. DeBord.-Mr- s. visiting Judge Mahlon Summers, night, and while very sick yet, is ing her daughter, Mrs. E. B. New-lanthis week. F. L. Thompsou, the Lemmonds is in Louisville for a Sallie A. Long is spending a few some what improved. Dr. W. E. and sister, Mrs. Frith, this hustling .. .. salesman, of Mt. Vernon, few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. days with her brother W. F. De .. Graveley attended her. Rev. A. week. L. M Brown is in Louis.. W G. Hamilton, and John and Bord .. .. here. Mrs. Hurst who has Mrs. W. G. J. Pike attendsd to the ordinance ville. Mrs. Maude Sproule and was here Monday. .Larry Riggs, left Saturday for a Niceley has returned Irou a visit been confined to her bed for severof Baptism here last Sunday after- children ware visiting lelatives . two months' visit with relatives at al waeks on & to relatives at Berea, Ky. accountof injuries renoon, the subjects being from Oak and friends in Winchester last Mr .9 Tiner, Jackson county. We are ceived from a fall, is slowly im Hill, where he had clos ed a very week.- - -- Mrs. E. TJ. Newland ard and Mrs. James Neal and child- having some very hot weather for proving.-W- . E. Thompson was in ..a successful meeting. A uumber children will leave the last of the ren, of Irvine, Ky., are visitiug this season of the year, . but the Mt. Vernon last Tuesday on Mr. and Mrs. J. M.Foure. Misses from the Hiatt section attended week forTellico Plains, Tenn., melancholy days are approaching. Mattie and Lucy John Benton was here from Mt. where she will join her husband, Annie M. Walton and Nettie Rice R. G. Moore, a progressive A farmer Mink who have typhoid fever are are visiting relatives at RichVernon during the week. Brod-hea- d and make their home. Mr. New-lan- d of the southern part obthe county improving.-Mi- ss Mary MayLath- Chapter No. I07, Royal Arch has been working in Tellico mond and Paris, this week. Born was in tow Friday Mrs. Audy 1m was visiting friends in Mt to the wife of Rosco Gregory, on .. Masons, held its annual election of Plains since last fall, and has a ft Kincer, of London, is visiting rela- Vernon a few days last week. officers last Monday afternoon, splendid position. Mrs. J. R. Cass the 20th, a fine boy. Rosco is s'ng-in- g tives here this week., .. S.C Frank- Rev. John Soward failed to fill bis the following solo: as follows; J. F. Watson, H. and little son Willie were visitiii"-helin, the L. &N. watch inspector, rptrnlur flnnnint.monf Fire off the biggest cannon and nf T7f.oTi.-P.; C. A. Frith. K.; A. M. Hiatt, daughter, Mrs. L. B. Hilton, T. t t 11Tni ..,., 'Ttl ner rt ir m -.. shoot the biggest gun, .. uu.y ami wnue uere j ship last Saturday and Sunday, .. S.. W. H. Anderson, C. of H.; in Stanford during the week they ask you what is the mat- tried with all his might to gain If but we understand he will be here fulian Bordes, P. S.; R. L. Smith Miss Lena McCall, of MaretburgJ ter, say I am daddy of a son; some information whereby he next Saturday and Sunday instead. .. m -- S3 r asrdoivhiixts Oh, don't it .nuke me happy and can't vou see it pives inn inv. To think that Lam the poppy of ;i uoiiii'.'in oany lioy. Born to the wife of bhrry C!ch-rin- ;, on the 19th, a' fine girl Mother and bahe both doing well. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Graves are 1 CUld iml Mr' Maret Ilext' but we ilre camping on his trail and he $' itoooiii.:.. ::::;:::r:::j::r::r:T??!?!?,"o - LJ? n. I ! I - r That are Unusual P 1 nSt-"-- in " .eo j I Siyle SKow and Extraordinary $? '' dJi.I;Ji!;;i!!!!;!!,,,,,.,..... The new tailored suits are studies in simplicity ..... it ( V w 1 m - fJ3l PP. We cannot too strongly pmnhaci7o thci ir,.itunities here presented for the saving of money. 1 W in Our prices average 25 to 50 per cent REGULAR Sutton McBee BELOW PRICES "" I Groceries, Furniture I Jut g Mrs-Ganvil- le - ! ; &"i" lilt-Il- ele-tio- n. Bargains n Shoes turn FECIAL We NOW GET BUSY. d, aa. U. G. .o busi-ness.-Miss- es if.. BAKER Rockcastle's Biggest Store '-h. -- - -- 1 I ::ai4ti.)IS n rst i . l!!!" .iS5,''wii5tvfcx ., measure provided for an open the commercial hunter aid follow season on squirrels from June I5 who bunts out of se 1.1011 and with croakers was moiner s to January 1; the present law por-tec- out a license. 53aieas Friday, Sept. 25. 1914 2vio drowned. This is the only in an oriraui September 10 to "We are perfecting them from The Kentucky Game & Fish November 10, when they are in zation and our warden-- , are doin we know in either sacred or stance Published every Friday by profane history where a bunch of commission receives many in-- prime condition, and allows them effective woik; but the State EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. 3fl knockers got exactly what was quiries from people thruout the to he killed in January and Febru-State- , and unless sportsmen ai KVU asking how they can procure aryi which is their breeding sea-fis- farmers report infractions ot tb coming to them. S$I.OO Ih&L for restocking their ponds .son. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR hunting law. either to the wardi fesaH5?siBg&3 -' and streams, ana if quail, Hun 7; Doves can now be legally killed or the Mate Department, so m cariaiiDarlridgeS and pheasants f1(mi August 1 to Feb.iuarv 1. violators are bound to escape, rates made known on Advertising Dcst Money Maker m the u can be secured from the Conimis- - Tney should never be shot be World fur Farmers. Gram Hunteis Themselves Los.-- , application ivigri ana Engine Vwncrs sion, and if so upon what term 1. as thev are1. fore w wiJi 1.. rc . This article is intended to give .till nesting and the young birds the sportsmen who lake out been 'Cm Makes money so fa?t that MEMBER OF there'll be no more rtli' das fh information upon this and similar are immature and unfit for use. and obey the the law is thit eve. KENTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION after you've nut in this jrn atcst t:D KilSISIil, subjects. flour mill ever built. Makes hich as 50 bbls. finest little The open season on doves should violator of the law is cheatm. flour a day. Doyourown milling mill for everybody around An attempt by many of the b" from September 1 to January 1. them. Those set about to deplett you. They all use flour. And with this wonderful little Stat j Commissions to raise game and there should be a bag limit of the game supply unwarran edh TVIar-ve- l birds in captivity, upon ganu sixteen birds per day. either for gain or thru greed, ROLLER FLOUR MILL mm farms, for the purpose of restockQuail should be protected by a who hunt out of season and thuquickly buiM up a bifr payinf (lonr trad" right in your own comYou ran ing their respective Stales, has, bag limit, not to exceed sixteen gotinlhe field before the law munity. It s the crow nine: arhitvement of the itrtat English mill A cuaranteit! success that s revolutionized the m.H- inventor. in most instances, proven a fruit- birds per day. abiding hunter goes out, is t. Hour int-.-i. A 5ai inirliuone man andcomplete roller m&ke mill in one scan case. requinflK DEMOCRATIC TICKET. aly little power to less expenditure of time and Rabits are only protected from whatever extent he succeeds r.x. .C t3nMM1 V4. Tm.4 w TZM-U. S Senator Lonjr Term ii LJULICI Ac:l.4. A 1UU1 V.tca JH money. However, it has been Septembar 15 to November 15, and bing that hunter of the neuth s C, V. of Frankfort. J. milK. ifeyKaR. much hapcr than tha larittstoperate Grinds rye and back demonstrated by many of the State can be sold at this time if biiared, for which he spends his money 1. For U. S. Senator Short Term it. wheat, too Any one van Commissions that the restocking caught or trapped. They should purchasing a license. No Proviouc Hilling Experience Necessary It tl.v J. M. Camden, of Versailles Geta inlrtt on j'ciajs tr il For Congress Wm of the State can be accomplished be protected from January to sportsmen can get that idea cle.ir ir oney liaik guarantee. FREE W$$Sm$ ? Sewell, of London. YOU Vic nollllll tU tlii, sllii by closing in each county a tract November 15. Nat B. ly into their minds, that the law butm.it h to gain. of land for a term of years, and Wild turkeys, deer, pheasants WBm ; mm stocking these tracts with game and all imported game biids is lor their protection of the Iain! '1,-- 1 J ..i.irw Jj PAY AS YOU GO o owners and the conserv.-it;oi' fiB birds, that have a proven adaptaSend lor This Tree Bool should be protected foi five years. the fond supply, and that the 10 v5A ' iBif& Mil SS CZ., story of a Wonder Boston, awhile ago, a State ; In vis The g bility. The increase of the birds animals should be lator of the game regulation is be ' m ful Flour Mill iel..nc s&svflPK3r$au official quizzed the people who sell what others aredoirir with planted on this area over Hows to protected from January 1 to No- yond the law, a cieater, it and what lOu.iourscLf. can do. ooils to learn if other folks were rngmM ,Mm stock the surrounding country, vember 1. whom every mans hand should be HILL paying their bills, and lound that jPase ,rfag sat i - viy CO., Inc. JKsb&I without the expense of maintain FISH. turned, wis shall see the fields and 517 Trait Hit- - Owubaro. If. 11KJ tradesmen were carrying on ing costly game farms. During the first six months the woods full of game, and KentucK their books more than a million It is impossible for the Ken- Commission was in existence our affording some ot the best tie.d dollars of "N. G." accounts. tucky Commission, with the funds wardens confiscated more than sport in the country. Mrs. CHAS. FIRTH, One Bostonian in every 10 was wish that every sportsman at its disposal all of which is se- 1,000 nets that were illegally used "dead-beat.- " revealed to be a chronic of Covington. cured from the sale of hunter's in taking fish from ttie public wat- would 'talk it up,' spread the ' That is, he refused to pay Mrs. Firth spoke in the Couit license to stock at one time the ers of the State. An estimate, sentiment for obedience to the law . YOURSELF or to make an effort to pay for house Tuesday evening on Wom- entire State, or even the depleted From Dirt, Dust and Drudgery made by reliable and competent wherever he goes, condemn the value received. an's Suffrage. She is a very covers. Thorefore, the Kentucky men, shows that each illegal de- unlicensed hunter and the 'pot m r J si. There is no reason to believe pleasing speaker and presented Game & Fish Commission makes vice used would take, YJi . using a j; g under exist- hunter;' report violations of thet ill that the human nature in Boston the cause of the suffragettes in a this proposition to the citizens of ing conditions. 1,000 pounds of law to the proper authorities, and, is unique; we daresay there's some most creditable manner. There the various counties of the State, fish per annum. Figuring the by assisting the Department. Combination Pneumatic Sweeper of the same brand here. were sixty in all, men and women upon the terras and conditions value of these fish at $0.10 per Make pleasure for "himself and Release from broom drudgery from the strain of movAnd it's another of the reasons who signed the pledge. Mrs. stated: pound, we have a cash value of increase the value of the license ing and lifting furniture and from the dangerous scattering why old Cost of Living perches Firth expects to return of dut and germs that are raised by the use o( the broom to Mt. First Secure a tract of laild 100,000, and these fish were taken for which lie pays. The money and the old fashioned carpet sweeper, can be attained by high the man who pays his bills Vernon in about three weeks. containing not less than 2,500 from 435 miles of fourot our navi- he pays for the license is his conthe use of the Durst. cy Combination Pneumatic has to ca.ry the man who can't or . ' ' tit Sweeper, which. Jthough easily operated by hand, acres, and give the State the right gable streams. We think that it is tribution toward the enforcement creates powerful suction force which draws out all the dirt 1 won't. COUNTY COURT. ORDKk. perfectly reasonable to claim that of the law and the propagation of and found in our shooting on at i ' time dust revolving biuoh rugs andupcarpets andpins,the same It's not so bad helping to carry Whereas on the 24th day of to prohibit of five years. such land the value of our fish alone is at uime, and he should get behind I the picks all lint, threads, lor a term lavclings. etc. the man who can't that's Christi- Aug- - 1914 a petition was filed in Second Organize a Club, com- least $800,000 per annum, and if his money with his personal 111 THE DUNTIEY SWEEPERS are made in three sues and sold anity. the office of the County Court posed of lifty members, and elect properly stocked our stream.-- , lluence."' under a rigid guarantee for one year. You may try a Dual-le- y But the other tilling is well, Ulerk of Rockcastle County sign in your own home for 10 days Free of Charge. the following otlicers: President would yield annually a quantity of how"s THIS? quite the contrary. ed by 2o legal qualified voters f Vice President and Corresponding fish for in excess of this valuation. For more detailed information write TODf.Y There are more ways of being voting precinct No. 2, knowu as We offer One Hunderd Dollars The laws protecting fish should Secretary. No dues to becharged potnotic than by shouldering a West Mt. Vernon asking a subii i. be changed to prohibit the taking Reward for any case of Catarrh for membership in these Clubs, Co Sweeper irl Dunt!e Pncun-.atithat cannot be cured by Hall's rifle. One way is to pav what you mission of the question, whether being that of 6sh in any manner, 111 the pub- Catarrh Cure. the only requirement 6501 S. State Street CHICAGO owe if vou can; but if you can't, cattle or any species thereof shall "" "9 V ever member shall either be a lic waters of Kentucky, except; F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O Sm 1 i-- fi ,' to pay as much as you can as soon be permitted to run at large in ILJ have We, the undersigned, landowner in the county in which with hook and line and trot line. as you can. said voting precinct in said coun the Club is organized or shall hold F. J. Ohene for the last It should be unlawful to take or, known Many folks who run into debt do ty. It is now ordered of the Court believe him 15 kill fish b spearii e. gigging, Iv vears, and in all business perfect a hunter's license honorable trail so heedlessly. They owe it to that a poll be opened in said voting SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION or' actions and fiinancially able to .ar Third It shall be the duty of groping, tickling, society, now of all times, to think precinct at the general election the Corresponding Secretary to shooting. ry out any obligations made by before they plunge. to be held in said precinct on the furnish the Game & Fish If nets are to be used in the; his firm. ComThiift, thrift, THRIFT is today 3rd da' of Nov. i914 for the pur -NATIONAL 11AXK OK COMMKRCK, mission, on blanks furnished by Ohio and boundary streams, the a public duty. Toledo, O. pose of ascertaining the will of the the Commission for that purpose-- mesh should be not less than li Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken invoters of said Precinct, upon the written report on June 1st, Au- inches, net measure. ternally, The Circus The Thing question whether or not cattle or gust 1st and November 1st. The All nets .should be licensed and blood andacting directly upon tin mucous surfaces of the any specie thereof shall be permit Clubs to assist the Commission tagged. svstem. Testimonials sent tree The Big Sautelle Shows, comted to ruu at large in said voting Fisliermen should not be al- Price ?5 cents per bottle. Sola by ,KJ rnrrlono " ,lJJ,t,J bined with menagerie and hippo u... itc IIUHH.11.), in nntnnltT nraot. all Druggists precinct. Round Round ing a sentiment for the conserva- lowed to take fish under a certain drome, which will exhibit here Trip Take Hall's Family Pills for Trip G. M. Ballard, J. R. C C. tion of game and fish, but in se- size, nor should they be permitted Tuesday Sept. 29 le,i4, has four constipation Copy Attest, curing the conviction of the viola- to take them in great quantities distinctive and important deparJohnnie (to the clerical guest, S. C. H. C. C. tors of the laws for their protec- A law tixiug a limit for a day's SPECIAL TRAIN tmentscircus, menagerie, hippo-dtoui- e Sept. U-4- F. Bowman, catch would be beneficial to the who had juot finished an elaborate tion. and wild west. Descrip"grace"'- )- Father says a much Leaves Fourth -- When the Club is or- -' fish and have a tendency to cortions of these will be given in their rect prevaricating proclivities of shorter grace than you do. ganized, the Commission will places. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. The Clergyman Indeed! And There are parades and parades. furnish at least 10 pair of Hungar- some fishermen. Chiefest of these, perhaps, is Mankind's love for pageantry disponds or what does he say? Fish for stocking the Circus. Back to Nero's days play dates back to the days when ian partridges, Mongolian pheasJohnnie Well, yestorday he the Circus dates. That tinnicky-strenuou- s the immortal Caesar "brought ants, or Bob White quail, if they streams in your county can be ob- said: what a "Good Lord. can be procured, to be liberated tained by making application to monarch originated many !-"captives home to Rome.' on the closed areas. These birds your congressman, or to the Ken- meal j ' teats in "the ring," as well as When, to give UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER eclat to his fame, will be CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC CHOI.EKA absolutely free tucky Game and Fish Commisfurnished "sports of the arena," which were he entered the Eternal City with and Diarrhoea Remedy of charge, and will be delivered in sion, Frankfort, Kentucky, for first cousins to the former. lavish display of glittering splen- -' good blanks. When these ap"I advised the 'boys' when conditon to the officers of He it was that inducted baredor; with ianfire of golden trumwar are filled out and re- they enlisted for the SpanishChoi-- , of the Clubs at any point design- plications back riding -- though it is probable pets, Colic, chariots and beautiful maidto take Chamberlain's that they used "pads'' in those ens, who scattered flowers in the ated by them on or near protected turned to parties furnishiug same, era and Diarrhoea Remedy with they will then be forwarded to the them, and have received many areas. He certainly was the days. pathway of triumph. The thoughtful citizen will real- Bureau of Fisheries, Washington, thnnks for the advice given," father of chariot racing. These So, Sig Sautelle and his aids ize that it would be the height of D. C, and supply will be sent you writes J. H. Houghland, Eldon, a he enhanced in interest by utiliz- catering to that Great Critic, the folly to person whether; Iowa. "No KITCHEN raise or purchase at a great by express, charges prepaid, and ing Christians as human torches, Public, will r should be present to the good expense you will be advised of the time traveling or at home desirable species of game, " For at times. without this great remedy. folks of Mt. Vernon, Tuesday or game birds, and liberate them whn Hsu will be delivered at your sale by all dealers. With the Sig Saulelle COOKING UTENSILS i91-iSept 9, replica of those in a community where they would station. Shows are several of the most olden, golden days with modern "Cull" McClure sold a lamb to of the best quality lit very reasonThe United States Bureau of have no protection and no opporskilled, graceful and daring bare- tioth day because able prices may be found here in Century accessories of the Fisheries supplies applicants with Bill Bullock the other tunity to multiply. back riders of this or any age. The greatest times luxuriant. The cages 111 his insisted on chasing foxes and great assortment. There is something radically lish hatched and reared at their it Chiefest is Oscar Lowaude. This The of care should always be exercised home. stay at parade will be open and wild aniwrong with the game and fish laws fish hatcheries or stations, one of wouldn't intrepid artist is a very Centaur of mals, behind secure iron bars, lamb's mother earlv in its life dis- to keep all cooking utensils clean, in Kentucky, or the enlorcement which is located m Jefferson counriders. His astounding feats on will gaze back at an interested owned it and Cull gave it to a dog and for this purpose. of these laws, when other fctate ty, adjoining the Fair Grounds. bridleless horse, are the acme of and public. amazed waich was raising a litter of hound Prancing Aliuminum or Granate whose population exceeds Ken- The patrons of the Fair are cordaring, and recklessness. Also steeds, golden chariots; pups. The lamb suckled at the is by all means the best. The cost Royal tucky's have a tar greater supply dially invited to visit and inspect the poetry of graceful motion. Bengal tigers, leopards, panthers, of the dog, grew up with is a little greater lit iirst. but it this station. The Superintendent, breast of game and fish. His somersaulting from the back hyenas, cougars in fifteen pups and waxed strong and juguars; cheaper hi the end to buy GAME LAWS In order that Mr. O. N. Baldwin, will be pleased the of one to the back of another in open rejoiced in the dens. Four bands of music explain the methods of oper- fieet of limb. It good ware at a iair price, than the Mount Vernon Monumental the game might have a chance it to the rear, stands alone as the star a coterie of funny clowns to sport of the dogs and withal cheap bargain store kind at any add i? necessary that Kentucky have ation. of the century. The numerous horse feature gay young thing. variety to the splendor is earnestly became quite a Your the proper laws for their protecprice act is a rare combination of dar- of all. it ran rabbits to its heart's contion. In order that this may be ac- solicited for better iaws and better It ing, skill and agility, also calculaoutstripping the dogs, but Those who delight in spectacuOpptsite Court House, of arid complished, it is necessary that enforcement, which means more tent, tion. The missing of a single lar scenes should be early on the the citizens of the not knowing what to do with the Kentucky. bles ana inch in such evolution would mean State should game and tisli for The lamb streets the morning of "show rabbit when caught. an active interest in this Granite Monuments of all death, or maiming. One scarcely day." The wonderous spectacle take MAKES APPEAL TO SPORTSMEN would but hogs to beat the band, wonders why the announcer de- will excite and interest all, from cause. Until your RepresentaEstimates furnished and when the doge treed a coon it FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles kinds. tives are advised of your wishes, mands perfect quiet under canvas diddoes to grown-upFeatures Wants Them To would stand at the loot of the tree anil Eyeglasses for $1.50and up. Gold; on application. and know that the reasons therefor Executive Agent Ward while this great feat is being per- of Big Circus proper, the Hipthe and try to bark. Finally it got to Silver ami Aluminum Frames. LarAid In Enforcing State Game Laws. are sound and wholesome, this formed. GEO. OWENS Propr. podrome, Menagerie and Wild chasing foxes and staying away gest selection in town. Eyes tested work cannot be accomplished. Free. Years of experience. Pone 112 West will appear in winding line from home so much Cull thought (State Journal, Nov. I4, iai3.) Warning To Knockers. Make it your business to see that it. C. to sell of Kf'ntillating pageant splendor. "We want to enlist the active the safest plan was You remember Noah had to 'Don't miss it, Good People,'' as the people of your community, JHWELER AND OPTICIAN. of every man in KenCOX DROS. STORE your Representatives, are e and work a long time on that ark. It tlif ballahooer so eloquently Quickly Cuked tucky who has a hunter's license tharrhoea " 'Twill be the crown- correctly advised. hes: was uphill business, too, at bes "My attention was first called j ' C. nuiera. The Game & Fish Commission protecting game from the cheater, to Chamberlain s uonc, building a boat away out on drv ing glory of your lives. The keyto revelry of keen eojoyment. had a bill introduced Executive and Diarrhoea Remedy as much as ATTORNEY-AT-LAat the last said J. Quincy Ward, land, while the lo2al Anvil and note L Conover of the Game and Fish De- twelve years ago. At that time I Strayed A cow, solid red session of the General Assembly Agent Hammer Club sat around spitting MT. VERNON. KY. was seriously ill with summer color, smooth, weight about 1,000 of Kentucky that would have, if partment, after an all day session complaint. tobacco juice upon his lumber, On 2nd. floor fo One dose of this enacted into a law, corrected many oF the Commission yesterday. remedy checked whithng up his pine boards with pounds, wore bell with home-mad- e MT. VERNON, KY, ft The Bank ot' Mt. Vernon , on Church the trouble," Florence, s, street. Special attention given and telling him chain collar, right bag largest. defects in the present law and 'We want them-t- o realize thai it writes Mrs. C. W. their Fron tRooms over Baker's Store to collections. 49-are Rockfield, Ind. .bor sale by all Phone made it possible to secure the is they, not the State, who what a fool he was for expecting Notify and receive reward. Phone No. 80. aeaieib. conviction of' violators. The1 being cheated by the 'game-noJ. H. Clark, Pine Hill, Ky. rain in a country that was too dry MT. VERNON SIGNAL.'.f- - flood son one Bothekrati'- every FISH AND GAME 1 ts ! h 7 I .... , : ;illil! Be-kli.- un, i8r HIP lt w- - V ll "Midget" SELF-CONTAINE- D Anv-kAV.- 1 i I 1 iliir! ...TT '.-- "- n Bpjr B Fur-bearin- Rpra&&: ag-nn- s S&SS5SliS2&. ANGLO-AMERICA- N 'I las 3 !-. nr7rT-s- i DIVORCE 'lr ISHf I - J.T - 1 i H. Agents Wanted c ftl I rock-fishin- g CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, SsT. 27th a SO ot-ii-- t. ThTparade JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. J.CMcCLARY I I l20 j- mm Stanford, Ky. ig a Srsifj. C.G. COX, Manufacturer s. J. MOORE be-se- Williams, W, P. Dentist S. $ $ jack-knive- g, SPECIAL r03I3IJSSLONEIi'S The Bonne Way Opera is putting SAKE family at Fihh s on some line pictures. The town ? II I R. L. McFerron Plaintiff. jiiS eiectric current has been "cut in" tv ll-lW. ' J . 11. Voiwl ,f fiarrnrri. , has HTTP ""in Mt. Vernon, Kv, Sept. 23. 1914 i LTfrOi VV 7 VS- .UK Hnul i t b .ught the Taylor farm at Maret- - md better lights are given. v. a. Mooiey, omicn Ke'iey . vM bui-Rup "No. 70" wrer 7Q Foil fcALE: A house and about wrari toCnmmunl. It XJ Deiendants. f and C. Rice. Jr , i cute Willi SIGNAL jf'JLV' V fv The tent revival closed Sunday j' acres of land in Livingston, Ky. i"-- : i ." r By virtue of an order and judff-- ' Get the habit Ol " night with seventy six additions A bargain if .sold at once, easy ment of the Koekcastle Quarterly t CSSX Cil Baptizing took terms. For further information, to the church. & Court, rendt red at its September j when call on or address me at Uvings-thirt- v place Sunday afternoon )V Term,1114, I, as Special Comniis-jGet the habit 01 o. v." i i (ton, Ky. : j' .' odd were bantized. sioner of said court, will, on the 'Snt ' Is.flt 1 T. .1. Pknnington. ? PaynR a medium .:$ 26th day of October, Mrs Lucinda Bussel widow of . between Detroit, Mich. Sept. 4.NASHV.UIC R R Co. the j touvmc the late Jack Bussel. died at the hours of 10 o'clock a. in. and & price u "- i ........... o'clock p. m. at the front door of nne old aue of nearly 104 at her Mr. P. E. Drummond, 4 TIME TABLE. both when you lliSIMatkLV Livingston, Ky. liome in the Rockcastle River Sec the Courthouse, in Mt Vernon. $ 4.59 p m 1'1 acun.. k -- 'A of this County. No doubt Dear Sir: Rockcastle County, Kentucky, come here and buy k , 1. LtliJ.lL a m f.on l!4 nortn 3o? We are pleased to inform you in the expose at public sale, to the highshe was the oldest person H-a n' 'J.l south that you sold more of our seed last county. est bidder, the following describ VZ-fr-- j REMEMBER THE DAY AND DATE "1 12:19 am Jl c?outh season than any other merchant ed property, viz., 1 Cratz Boiler! Word was received heie vetel" in Rockcastle Tas. Landrum, Agent. Count v power, and and Engine, day morning announcing the death w yvtv , Plums No. S. D. M. FERRY & CO v v.Sis 1 Saw Rig, Saw and Carriage, and a 5 XCZS XZ Vk o'. Mr. Port trench, a brother of Jiii' 'r&dBk ryrx az i Belts and all appurtenances thereDick Williams Won't Run Tor Big Job Enterc.1 at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice MeS:5rs JOHn aiuj Buck French, vieond-eii,, unto belonging. mnil matter. 3 as Commonwealth's Attorney No particulars and as Mr The amount of money to be Ajtd&y4J-n'-yns.v vxk c&zr had not been repoited sick it is Richard (!. Williams, of Covington made is as follows: l KK S0x A L announced that he will not be the general opinion that his death has $200.00, with interest from the a candidate for Attorney-Genera- l was sudd en. John D. Miller was home from 28th day of April, i9i.i, and the at the next August primary, and Lebanon Junction Wednesday a cost of this action. Canned whale moat is the latest that he had decided to stand for few hours. TEUMS: thing to lower the high cost of renomination and re election as Said sale will be made on a S T. Proctor was in Brodhead beet. A company has been form- Commonwealth's Attorney for credit of Three Months. Bond week to see his mothar ed or. the Pacific co t to can the Kenton Gountv. lie now is servduring the with approved security will be rewho is veiy sick. meat and sailors who have lived ing his second lerm in that office, quired, bearing interest at the Mesdames I. M. Adams, I. R. on it say it is fine. It requires and has made a number of strong rate of 6 per cent from date until Storms and J.shn Pike were here 40,000 f'n cans foi one whale and friends thniout the sate, many of paid, and having the force and effrom Brodhead Monday shopping they will not be packed like whom were hoping that he would fect of a judgment. decide to make the race for the Charles Thompson who has This the -- 4th day of September nlace now filled by General James typho d fever at his home near igi4. : Notice All persons owing or Garnet. Interior Journal. Preachersville, still remains verv CAM MULLINS, having claims against the Mt. Versick. ENLISTMENT INSTITUTE Special Commissioner. non Fair Association, will please 3t. Miss Myrtle Bryant who has AT this call and settle same with the SecFOR SALE been very sick with typhoid for MT. VKKNOX llAl'TlSTCHllUCII BSE retary before October 1st. By so The A. V. Stewart land on the past two weeks, is improving Oct. -4. doiug ou will enable the SecreClear Creek, in Rockcastle Coun; slowly. Dr. Arch C. Cree the enlistment ts; tary to make a report to the stockty, Ky., will sell as a whole or cut c-W. T. and 1 hev are so cend J. P. Pennington i. secretary of the Home Board, holders at an earl date. into tracts to suit purchasers. French of the Wildie section Southern Baptist Convention. W. H. Fish, Secretary. young men This farm is well improved, spent Sunday with DicK Moore on Atlanta, Ga , will be here also F has two splendid dwelling, two who study dress Rockrastle River. We wish to call the attention R. Walters of Corbin. the enlistlarge barns, two silos, and a numMr. and Mrs. Rome Adams are of the teachers and patrons thru ment man for this section ot K. and known a good ber of tenant houses and small here from Illinois visiting rela- out the county t? one important and famous Dr. W. D. Powell of i25 ,t fe. ,t barns, TEIMFOLD MORE FOR MONEY over and new wire fencing all wnen iney j tives. They will go to Corbin to feature of the new school book Louisville, and O. J. Cjle of Bowming larm. THAN ANY OTMER SHOW ON EARTH. ?r day for a few days. law. The books adapted are for ling Green, another of Ky's eng? Write me for price aud terms T. C. Bullen prominent farmer use for five years, if bought this listment men. A if interested. So look the land cS these clothes THE MOST EMINENT THE EARTH HAS KNOWN IN ANY CENTURY. This will be by far the greatest and merchant of the Wildie sec ear, old books can be put in at over and see the tobacco and corn t. Multitudinous Overwhlrnmg Indescribable crush of Amazing Gymastic, tiou was town Wednesday attend- 50 per cent, but if not bought be- institute of the kind ever held in Acrobatic, Spectacular, Aerial and Equestrian SENSATIONS. growing on the land. 5 Styles for all men. fore June l."th 19I5, then the old this section ot the country and ing teachers institute. W. T. Hicks, Dave Clark went to Frankfort btok can not be exchanged at any von will be the loser if you fail to Jellico. Tenn p. Special styles for p. to take the County Road Engi- pi ice. These new books hve to come. Every Baptist who can be used, it is a violation of the law should come by all means. If your child is pale and sickly, H young fellows. neer examination. He was accom-piuiepicks at the nose, starts m the Every body is invited to Lome not to use them and for the beneby Judge Bdlard. sleep and grinds the teeth while Every bearing f Mc.ure, formerlv ol fit of our people we would suggest early and stay late. Drop me a exsa William sleeping u is a sure sign of worms label is the A. remedy for these parasites will Maretbuig, but now L. & 1nt. sec- that tin old books be exchanged card or letter stating when you for the new ones just as soou as will gel here so that our entertain be found in WHITE'S CREAM W. tion foreman at CampbelLville. guaranteed to be fe ment committee can provide for possible. VKRMIFUGE. It not only Hears was in town on busine s. out the worm, but it all-woD. Ew.Ai; Allen, Pastor. you. ol and to E. i. Brown has moved to health and cheerfulness. Paice 20c 'p. $ JJK HI Ira per bottle. Sold by John Robins, y. farm and D. C. Price, The Rockcastle County Teachers McFauland M kmokial wtdj. aaLiaidiui y . jx Institute convened Monday with PUKSIIYTKKIAN GHUUC'II iS Brodhead, Ky. groceryman has moved to the The following services will be the house vacated by Mr. Brown in enrollment of one hundred "You're trying hard to be a man i Prof. Caltee of Berea, held next Sunday: children, 'eachers. "Wc Stand By What You Buy. Mrs. John Umlauf and it seems," said the disgusted ht-s the Instructor and an ideal man School Oaf) a. 111. Sabbath of Springfield, Mo, and Mrs "or the 1! band the other day to his wife. Th list ofteach rs : a. m. Divin Woivlrp pla- - . :ir Walter Robin,, of tb s "Well," she replied, "don't you we beli.'Wmudi ab.ive til? averSi Chiistian Endeavor pending a few days with relatives age and think we need one in the family? the work, both of the insaaaswscfi-2Meet in p. m. at Level Green. structor and the teachers have Divine Worship 7:30 p. m. The Home of Good Clothes Miss Nettie Watkins, of Lon made the present institute one of H3fi33L M f 1 Subject for morning service. "De-vin- e FOS FLETfc.lER'S H.lk. i i don, was here Wednesday and the best ever held in the county. .I !Jrf4 ii Kif'J Province." Sermon subject with Mrs. E. S. Al Supt. W. A B. Davis, has made a Thursday, ! A. IN s WStM && RICHMOND, KY. bright and Mrs. W. H. Fish, on special effort to make this week-on- for night service, "Tho need of a definite belief in Jesu sChrist" way from Danville. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS her worth something to the teachMrs. Macmillan has chaige ol : Courses loading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life xaiaca Umlauf and little son ers. A number of good speakers Mrs. Jonn State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kenthe Sabbath school department, tucky. Special Courses aud Review Courses. Tuition and daughter, of Springfield, Mo., have been on the program fr mi Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new Miss Stewart has charge of the K in this time to time, but those whom we visiting relatives are model school, new manual training building, practice Christian Endeavor Society, Miss school, department of agriculture, a well equipped county. They are on their way desire to mention in particular are W 1 I gymnasium. Domestic Science. First Term Brown is musical director. The September 7. Second Term November 1G, Third bcina Florida where the7 will spend Prof. James Faulkner, of Berea, Term to I January 25. Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens other deparemeuts will bo . June 14, Catalogue Frte. .,. (;. CRAIIHB, I the winter. Mrs. Umlaut is the on Health, was, as expressed by 11 r II lWdent. and we are looking forward to Ky daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Elijah many of the teachers, worth the a year of big business for the V Denny, who left this county 24 price of the registration fee. Prof. Lord. Your prayerful Christian years ago. Faulkner is a very able man and cooperation, is earnestly desired COMPLETE LINK one of the instructors of and we invite you to take part Coffins, Caskets and Robes LOCAL Eastern Kentucky. Another is with us, in these services. Mail, Telegraph or TeleMiss Gardner, Supt of schools of Rev. John M. Macmillan. You do not need better clothes phone orders Promptly Nicholas County, who is known than Fish's $15. special suits. The mountain branch of the all over the state for her splendid Filled Our line of Couch 'Caskets Lexington and Eastern had just 6 J. M. Craig has been appointed work and advanced ideas, which been completed. SSDdfccS is unexcelled It was the first $ has done so much for the rural administrator of S. Riddle Hand-mad- e offins furnished schools of that comity, was present railroad up in those parts and When the first train was operated and gave a number of interest Hearse seal to all parts of m) The old blue back speller is rails many ing talks. Among one of tho over the newly-lai- d the County purchased by many of the citi- import- - ant suggestion made natives of the hills came for miles zens of Hazel Patch. All orders by Wire Promptly;Filled bv Miss Gardner, was the Liiiform to see it. Thousands of the simple m Manus has movi back program, which was adopted by aborigines had n vor beheld a Luther m to Mt. Vernon and has purchased the teachers and will certainly be steam locomotive before. Among those who came to watch the stock of groceries of J. W. a blessing to every school where Phone 94-MT. VTCRTCfiN, , TTV the advent of civilization into those . Anglin. followed. Prof. Caifee, who is regions were young mountain lads D. M. Cress sold J. M. Cress, also in charge of the State Health who had never beheld such a sight head Exhibit Car, had the exhibit sent of Preachersville, thirty-tw- o to Mt. Vernon, and on several oc- They stood by the side of the of hogs at seven and one-hal- f casions the institute as a whole track. The train came by. One cents. visited the car, where they were wab so shocked with surprise that The residence of Roy Britton taught many valuable lessons on he fell back in the ditch by the near railroad crossing was destroyAU 11 The other was so health, and we trust more forcibly trackside. vVrrHSBMBHriMIBHkhtA dMLano'xuw'M ed by fire last Friday night. impressed with the importance of frightened that he set out as fast Origin of Jire not know. Insuras he could tear down the middle sanitation. ance $700. The corn test and the milk test ol the ties The engineer blew the whistle All parties holding claims by Mr. Robert Spence, created , against the estate of S. Riddle, de much interest, not only among the and rang the bell, butjto no avail. you can most surely depend upon R ceased, will present same to me at teachers but the outsiders as well. With long strides the mountain Pictures Framed and Enlarged. in time of trouble is your acSoon onca, properly proven. This week has certainly provid- lad kept up his journey. the locomotive came up with the ed much good food, for the teachKodak Pictures Finished. J. M. Craig, count. Better to acquire a to build upon, and those who fleeing mountaineer and slowed Admr. ers Sept. 25-big one by depositing you have First-Cla- ss do not profit by it, should exper- down of necessity. Guaranteed. Lost Between Orlando and ience what the teacher of Nicholas "Hey, you!" shouted the Mt-Vernoin Mt. Vernon, on the first day of county wonld "Git off the track!" experience, as told You'll Find the necessity of thinking before Manis Building The frightened lad looked back court, a pair of black saddle pock- by Miss Gardner the inability to over his shoulder, but paying a great Incentive to saving. When ets, considerably worn. kept on Finder get a school next year. The search running. trouble comes what you have been prevented will plase return same to Signal light is turned upon the rural "You go to h !" he shouted, from frittering away will make a comfortable office, or Solly Griffin or D. NR. school, as never before, and let us between gasps. "I know you balance. Gentry. The pockets belong to hope that Rockcastle teachers, wauta git me over thar in that Mr. Gentry but were lost by Mr. ONLY when the honor roll is called, will plowed ground, s whar you kin mi of y hi Griffin. ketch me!" among the best. stand MT. VERNON SIGNAL s.. b sho f. all the J- - w VI t!ott n j 1 a 79 i , J CklSf 3 vlfn . W fiSMh et the 'ill 9 fc- W M MEBI (TNMfcT. ,' pJ. " g I 15-1- 4. VWW H 1 .1 V r- -l CIRCUS MUSEUM Yo do 'l I g -- C,. -- .57-41C 1 r 20-hor- I Fish $I5 SPECIAL SUITS VW.-MW- v-- J R n-nc- h "Ms M&z r? 5 I- ii dW .- that THE 4 -- REALIZATION OR THE CIRCUS s see it prerer g' A8- d .Vernon if J TUES.IA . suit FISH f g rj -- TRY ONE s 1 1 1 -. :30 stSfe e Ciiiiarei Cry C 3 T O R Ji 1 y(y GRANVILLE OWENS IIMHCDTAICD u"lfln eroaneaa h iK-te- yjyst6 TAKER S I 3cgcx vriipyftara maummmm i w. a. eox.i I V; I I 1 Phntnnpfiiilis Bnds The Helping Hand bank start what n- I Work en-ginee- r. g The Bank of Saturdays OPEN Eberhar t STUDIO I iSiS; The Bank Mt. Vernon mi "Tm1r i mm ubexMHaMMi f--y a OUR: us KENTUCKY CROP REPORT HOPEWELL Rev. Charles Carmical of this place, is holding a series of meetings at Plat Lick. Miss lsabelle Ping spent Saturday and Suuduv with her mother, Mrs. Marv Ping at Walnut Grove. Charles Adams of Covo spent Saturday night with James Arnold. Mr. Keller of Pulaski spent auver.d days with his daughter Mis. John The iv.im! You H.m Mw.ij , llouht, ml iih1i h.is liecn Payne last wees. Road working iv in yy i for om-- ;t - a.:s--- h.is bur ir the stii.iture o ;is::! has b en i:i.it!e limlei his per- saving fodder is the order t and Minal MiprniMiin since its infancy. the day in this section. Rev. ! A Jhnv no one t ri mux in this. " are hufc All Oouiilcrfi'ils, Itnii.un!!-- . and ilut-ji'-KClouse will preach at Hopewell Ivvpciimci.tf tli.it I rule v.'t'i ami eml tnci llu health of Saturday and Sunday. The Hoi. Infants and Cliililre.11 lixnerieiice agam-s- lixneriment. ness people had service at their l church near Hopewell Saturda aid Sunday Miss Bertha CarniiCasloria is n, harmless substitute for Cator Oil, Pare-jjoiJ- c, cal spent Saturday and Sundavj i'iijis. It is ilca.ant. It lirops and Soothing with her Mrs. Steve Carpen contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its u;r is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms ter at Mt. Vernon Mrs. Janus and aii.:.s Fewrishncss. 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OF ROCKCASTLK COUNTY SALE Dan K Milter and HatlieC. Miller Defendants. The undersigned Special Commissioner for the Rockcastle Quarterly Court, will, on the 5th day of October, 1914, on the farm of Jonas Pittmaii, near Level Green, Roclccastle countv, Kentucky, between the hours of U o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., offer lor sale the following de scribed personal property, 1 power Nagle boiler; " 1 20- Erie engine ; mounted on 1 Trever Heading Saw and Rig complete; 1 Drag Saw, complete; 1 Bolting Saw, complete; 1 Edging Saw, complete; All belting, line shaftin pul- leys, etc. to-wi- VS. t: Boiler-portable- $ $ PEOPLES s $ BAXK i w fiii ,?oa xw, -T $ tg WT SSinJF JT t jraiaw m a j mr fc.'wtimiM $i TERMS: Said sale will be made on a credit of Three months, bond with approved surety, at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment. CAM MULLINS, Special Commissioner. Sept. I5, 1914. Swellings of the flesh caused by inflammation, cold, frrctures of the bone, toothache, neuralgia or rheumatism can be relieved by applying BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It should be well rubbed on over the part effected Its gieat healing and penetrating power ease the pain, reduces swelling and restores natural conditions. Price 25c. 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by John Robins Brodhead, Ky. PUBLIC SALE I will sell my house and lot in Crab Orchard to the highest bidder on Saturday Sept. 5. Nice house containing 5 rooms, one porch and hall. Good garden, nice back yard, located on Stanford St. in 2oo yards of one of the best schools in the state. This property will be sold on 4 months time, posession any time. Now occupied by Mrs. Daisy Hunt. ' T.CT I TFfyou have -- - lill KABO -- j The Live JfaJcl CORSET Style C014 is an average figure corset, made of corded batiste. Finished top with silk embroidery trim. Has at rubber gore in bottom of Iwck section.a money carefully in buying your clothes, you can least afford to economize in getting your corset. You'll find exactly what you want in a Kabo The Live Model Corset. You'll get style, fit, comup-to-d- ate to spend vour very hchlly boned front clasp. Back wires have featherbone at Uiree pairs of supporters. Hasi-inc-h boirHas v- - fort and lasting service from a Kabo; it is made for you to wear. It is worth what you pay at any price. Price S3.00 For bale by A. B. FURNISH THURUM & LEWIS Attorneys at Law in Bethurum Bldg. Will practice in all the Courts. Offices CJI7lI?nTTT!7 : 4l. .....j:.:. .1... cures biliousness, malaria and constipation. The first dose makes you feel better, a few additional doses cures completely. Price 50c vokl by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. J. L. Kennedy, Crab Orchard, Ky. CASTOR1A CASTORIA CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR A mouth of seasonable weather has made a vast change in the crop outlook for the Si ate of Kentucky. report as of T 1st as we issued August 1st geueral rains began falling thruout the State. These rains have been seasonable for the last month aud not excessive. It is difficult to believe that such a could be change in conditions The made within thirty days. farmers and live stock men of the State are rejoicing over the improved conditions, and a comparison of this month's report with that of last month is made to show what a great change has taken place thruout the State within the last month. The report of September 1st shows the condition of corn 83 per cent as compared with Burley O5 per cent August 1st. tjbacco So per cent as compared with 56 per cent. Dane tobacco as compared with 62 Bears the Signature of soy One Thousand Cow peas and per cent. Moonlight beaus show a condition of Si per Schools cent and '2 per cent respectOne thousand moonlight schools ' u ively. Blue grass shows a conr will open doors to men ami dition of S2 per cent as compared tirMiiitll Wi fn w. lir.ll ( 11 III 111. "J" ...i ... with (J4 per cent. Alfalfa S7 per HUIlli.ll, lUULUHJU, IIUU and illiterate on September cent as compared with U5 per cent ; I91-I- , it is estimated by the Ke Clover 71 per cent as compared tucky Illiteracy Commission from Years In Use For Over with 55 per cent. Even fruit has the reports received at its ollice THE CENTAUR OOMPAMV NrwVOWKCTV by the been greatly improved lrom County Superintendents aud rains. Live stock is given as be1. ing in better condition than a teachers. Montgomery, Lincoln, Hardin, Clay, McCreary, Mercer. month ago. Garden conditions Grayson, Clinton, Pike, Leslie, have increased from a condition Campbell, Kenton and other of 4 1 per cent to 64 per cent. No one is surprised at outcome counties are preparing to make of tobacco as a result of the rains. war on illiteracy. September 7th Tobacco is a weed and can give is to he the evening for Moonlight Schools in the State. It being indications of almost a complete failure, and with seasonable Labor Day, a canvass ol the disweather make a fine crop. It tricts will be made by the teachmust not be forgotten, however, ers on that day to urge men and that the acreage of tobacco is women to attend, "l.ooo Moongreatly reduced and the stand im- light Schools to open September perfect. The grentest surprise 7th- - 50,000 adults enrolled. 10,000 is the impiovemeiit made in corn, j illiterates taught' is the slogan of Kentucky will have an average ithe Kentucky illiteracy Commis GO crop of corn, although a month sion for September. be a ago it looked like it would very short crop. As one report says: ''The rains have made Por Infants and Children, gooe'ears of corn out of nubbins " The Kind You Have Always Bought In this connection it seems ad Bears the visable to call the attention of the 7 . U$7--tP- L1A L D R Ed Signature of JF' farmers of the State to the fact f vtvtv V that every indication points to a i price for food stuffs for next year 23 I ocal Travel Benefitted The United States Government Trains 21 and 22 Extended authorities, the railroads and Chas. C. Davis; Chas. C. Davis jp g Mt , Vernon commercial bodies of the country Announcement is made by the 5j Mt. Vernon & xtP Ky. are encouraging the sowing of a Queen & Crescent Route that tn! 'csf7 rasgaw.k'kfr- Lvxzsa large acreage for winter wheat. Trains '21 and L2. now operated The European war will undoubt- between Oneida. Tenn., and Som edly cause the grains and live erset, Ky., will be extended, effectthirty-nin- e. is Phone stock produced in America to ive Sunday, September 0th, ioi4, bring good prices during the next and operated daily between Oneida 7 o'clock and open shop 3 few months, if not for several Tenn., and Lexington, Ky. The.H years. We, therefore, urge all periormanceol this new service xun open shop till 9 orclock p. farmers to increase their wheat add seventy-nin- e train miles each acreage, and to use bone meal or way, or one hundred aud fittyeight pj are cordially welcome in our . acid phosphate on their wheat .j.l......i ...:t iur .i rouna. . uuuuuuui nines) r.. ine trip. place lands. There are but few acres At the presnt time when the exany time during our shop in Kentucky that are not short in pense of commodities required in hours. to sell you their supply of phosphoric acid; the operation and maintenance of 200-30anything yon lbs. of bone meal or acid railroads is at its hignest and most want, but, oh my phosphate per aere for wheat will carriers are curtailing, rather than how we do like to sell you what you usually prov'e a profitable invest- extending, their facilities, this new Let us show you. do ment. Rye, barley aud winter service afforded by the Queen & oats will save corn, and should be Crescent Route is worthy of the sown as quickly as possible. All greatest attention and patronage C. roughness possible should be sav- on the part of the traveling pub- ed and well cared for in order to he. Vernon save the feed bill for corn. By using Train 22 passengers The State has not been so free can arrive Danville before i) a. ro. of cholera lor several years. aud Lexington before 10:30 a. in; Farmers will do well to keep transact their bnsiness and retheir brood sows and to increase turn on No. 2I in the afternoon, their number of sheep. Pork arriving home before bed time. and mutton prices will unquesLocal travel between Somerset tionably be high. If the war con-tin- and Danville and to and from inany length of time, wool will termediate points will be particube much higher next year than larly benefitted by this new arthis. The agents for European rangement, as there will now be m governments are busy buying two local trains each way daily horses and mules at the present between those points, making all "I want to tel! you what wonderful benefit I have retime. Prices have not materially stops, instead ot the train as ceived from the use of Thedford's writes advanced, but with the war lasting heretofore. Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. for a few months, it is reasonable "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, When you have an achev, to expect calvary and artillery liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht stretchy feeling and you are dull horses, as well as mules, to very tired and discouraged it is a sign saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, materially advance in price. of approaching malaria or chills. they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's The tobacco grower will rejoice You should act quickly to ward off & Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no over the determination of the Fed- an attack. HERBINE offers you more trouble. I shall never be without eral Reserve Board to accept notes the help you need. It destroys secured by warehouse receipts on the malarial germ, drives out all impurities and makes you feel tobacco to the extent of 75 per bright, vigorous and cheerful. cent of the value of the crop from Price 50c. Sold by John Robins, banks, members of the Federal Brodhead, Ky. .ACK-DRAUG- HT Reserve Association. Taken as a Yellow complexion, pimples and whole, the Kentucky farmer has -disfiiguring blemishes on the face in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi-- Jjj every reason for looking to the or body can be gotten rid of by ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar future with a hopeful feeling. doctoring the liver, which is torEvery indication is that peace and pid. HERBINE is a powerful ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, It purifies the in prospect for him. liver correctant. prosperity are reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. p system, stimulates the vital organs Very truly yours, If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- - 41 body in fine vigorous and puts the J. W, Newman, Price 50c. Sold by in Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e condition. Commissioner of Agriculture. John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. i j ' CffiuZx ml l - tfhat is CASTORIA si.-t.-;r j EOSNE CASTORIA always th-M- (fT-cccA.i- .11 1 1 I i The KM You Have Always Bought 30 WHEN YOU WANT enerai M ere handise TO Fa rm Imp! em ents CASTORIA j JONAS MgKENEE TH S S S J "41 - li"r (39) My We No. at a.m. i I m. j You at 0 We don't want don't want. CHAS. Mt. DAVIS i Ky. es aved Girl's Life Black-Draught," S 5 a Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Children Cry FLETCHERS FOR 5 S