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Mount Vernon signal: December 4, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914120401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: December 4, 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. Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVIII. -- OTfilfii'" j ROCKCASTLE w r- - - . SiliD flU I MT. VERNON, o o IP iolliil If COUNTY, KYM IJu fllSi L DEC. 4, 1914 PRE-INVENTO- Established 1887 .. i FRIDAY NUMBER 5 county meetings and joined in the eood work of mishint? the ?ood thing along toward the Gap. o Cumberland river costing Sla.000. shows up in the $11,000,000 column. o o The bluegrass cities have nothing over the mountain cities. A go od number of the latter have fine colleges, splendid graded schools. good churches, electric lights, water works, natural gass, first class, hotels, with all modern fixtures, wholesale and retail busi i ess houses and good business men to push them Pineville is erecting a i ,. .' 835.000 o . - rr.idprtnrirl lii.rliu,-lin- l n 4j...1wux i,..;i.i;.. uunuiiig. nns a new passenger station costing $30,000 a new bridge connecting this station to the city across I .- RY Bell o county's assessment, n. '" W Travelers, both civil and commercial, could show their good wilj ' dicuy aoetter way than you a member, entitle you to all th honors bestowed upon ail good boosters working for the construction of this proposed great highway Wear the button and be recognized as one among the boosters. Lincoln county will build three miles of Boone Way from Crab Orehard to Rockcastle line in 1915. Laurel county citizens claim they will be ready to push on their portion of Boone Way thru their county as soon a any other county. I'hoir read is already graded from Pittsburg and London to Corbiu over the abandoned roadbed of the L, & N. Which, changed us route be tween those points some fifteen months ago, Rockcastle will build ten miles of its twenty in 1915, possibly more of it and finish across th ) county in 191G. uueu hi aouwi eastern Kentucky. Write secretary Commercial Uub Mt. Vernon. Ivy., enclosing 5 cents for button whmii will make by wearing a Boone Way IWter But J 3 ooo Siltj . ooo A BIG CROP OF BARGAINS GIGANTIC MERCHANDISE EVENT ooo JAMES MARET Who Put Boone Way On the Map, Backed by the ML Vernon Corrmcrr ial Ciub and Members of Boone Way Booster Band Throughout the State. NOTE THE OVERT HETRAL Of Daniel Boone And The Judge T J. Asher of Bell county has the honor of doing the first construction on Boone Way. He is building three miles ot this highway in his couuty. ooo" DATES COME ooo Bell county will vote a $230,000 vVay "Old Wilderness Road" ooo Knox county will call an election bond issue for good roads. good majority to spare. bond issue in January for Boone and good roads over that good county. OUR STORES ARE ALIVE WITH BARGAINS 5 DECEMBER th to AVe Save You 31 5 " to 40 at an early date for voting on The citizens claim it will carry with a BOOSTERS CAMPAIGN FOR BOONE WAYA BIG South-Easter- SUCCESS Barbourville has 40 automobiles.-Pinevill- e has some, Middlesboro .i good number, and London a few, Mt. Vernon ncue, Crab Orchard several With a highway put thru the number of machines would increase GOO per cent in most of these towns. o o ox ooo MANUFACTURERS & Jobbers were suffering from depression during the first six months of the year; this fact put us in better position than We have piled in a stock exer to secure the biggest kind of Bargains. wliich, for size, quality and low prices, has never been equalled in our exper- lence or 27 years. n Kentucky Wildly Enthusiastic Barbourvill' proposes tc present Mt. Vernon's secretary of Boone w Club with uu automobile when road is built. The Knox Fiscal court convened to hear Boone Way talk. ciation rlong Boone Way. Good Ro.-ir- t THE HIGHWAYA SURE GO The Kentucky Good Roads Association Aiding The Movement. -- ooo ooo There are now 80 members of the Kentucky HOLIDAY GOODS, Goods ever shown in Mt. Vernon Prices Completely Smashed on TOO Assn. We are showing the largest and most beautiful line of Holiday o o o- - Mt. Veknon, December 4. 1914. O :eof fie mo-- l important campaigns ever put on in the good roads movefnent in south eastern Kentucky wound up its preliminary itineary, over the proposed route of "Boone Way" from Crab Orchard to Cumberland Gap, at Middlesboro Saturday night under the charge of R. E. Woods, director of the Kentucky Good Roads Association, assisted by James Maret, of Mt. Veruon, who put "Boone Way" on the map, a highway to be constructed from Cumberland Gap to Crab Orchard. One weeks tour over the route of the proposed location of this the greatest proposed highway between the .North and the South eastern portions ot our country, the connecting link, shows that each of the counties of Lincoln, Rockcastle, Laurel, Knox and Bell not only endorse the idea but propose to place themselves in the position to take advantage of the State aid proposition. Some of these counties propose a bond issue and claim that they will surely put it over. The bond issue appears to be the best and most logical way, but as mentioned, each county works out its owu plan and idoub for raising the necessary revenue to meet the state aid proposition. This campaign trip demonstrates the fact that the Boone Way is a go and nothing under the canopy of the heivens is going to prevent this connecting link being made over the "Old Wilderness Road." 'Boone's Trail' and the "Trail of The Lonesome Pine." Membership in the Kentucky Good Roads Association was eagerly sought by business and professional men along the route when the purposes ot that organization were explained, which are simply to instruct the various counties how to take advantage of the opportunity to get State aid and to go to work for better roads, schools and churches which quickly follow in the wake of improved highways. All the counties mentioned above are now enthusiastic on the road subject aud their workers are in the fight with full determination of pushing Boone Way on to Cumberland Gap. It is gratifying to note the great appreciation of south eastern Kentucky for the stand the Louisville papers are taking in this Boone Way movement not only by space given in their columns but cash donations in increasing the fund for paying expenses of publicity. The Courier Jonrnal is especially commended for its great assistance and south eastern Kentucky is learning that Louisville, its papers and wholesale merchants are people with whom reciprocity should be practiced. Asic secretary of Boone Way at Mt. Veruon what wholesale cities have contributed to postage or any other fund to promote the construction of this great highway. The recoids show Louisville only. Cincinnati aud Knoxville furnished a big bunch of wind in way of promises for aiding the movement in exchange for the trade south Eastern Kentucky was giving these two cities. Not as much as one cent has either of these cities contributed to the postage or auy other fund in putting this great highway movement before the country. The merchants and business men of the South Eastern part of our state are considering the question closely and no doubt will throw a good portion of their trade to that-citwhich has given and will continue giving evidences that they appreciate the mountain trade aud dont want to "hog" it all without some "reciprocity" as some other cities have done. The tour of the good roads men developed the fact that South Eastern Keutuoky appreciates Louisville's efforts to assist in ever possible way in pushing the Boone Way thru and will not forget that city's traveling salesmen when coming thru this territory especially if they are weariug the "Boone Way Booster" button, which they procure from the Secretary of Boone Way Booster Band, Mt. Vernon. If you go into South Eastern Kentucky you should wear the button and boost Boone "Way, "on to Cumberland Gap." Joe Bosworth and C. W. Metcalf the original good road men are still enthusiastic workers, they never surrender. They were present of the Bell v next May to the memory of Daniel Boone to serve as a "marker" of Bonn's Trail in. to the "dark and bloody ground." The monument will be placed by me uaugnters ot tile American Revolution. Joe Bosworth who made a six year fieht to tret the ronHs state aid bill thru is a hot worker in the Boone Way movement. ooo A monument will be erected at Cumberland Gap ooo ooo Judge T. Boone Way. T. Asher has the credit of doing the first construction on ooo Bell county has opened a stone quarry and is putting in a siding to load stone to be used on Boone Way. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, NOTIONS, LADIES' SUITS, CLOAKS, UNDER-WEAK- , SHOES, STOVES, FURNITURE Etc., Etc., Etc. 1 honor of the highway. ooo A Louisville firu has put Daniel Boone Coffee Merchanis. on the market in Sixty six counties of our state have no turnpikes. aided Boone Way and will continue to do so. tho nit-.- ooo ooo Throw your trade to Louisville, ooo f.hat. w The newspapers along the line are doing good work. . W. Knoxville and Cincinnati' want the trade of South Eastern Kentucky but isn't willing to even contribute a postage stamp toward promoting highways for merchants and citizens to haul their goods W. L. Moss general manager Continental Ccal Company, Pineville took the boosters over his Straight Creek roads on an engine. ooo Judge J. H S. Morrison and J. Frank White of Cumberland Gnn attended the Middlesboro meeting. Judge J. W. Montgomery mortored over from Tazwell, Tenn., to be present at the Middlesboro road meeting. A. W. Soward a mighty good man who used to be with the SiG nal is loreman of Barbourville Advocate office. Dr. G. H, Albright, formerly of Rockcastle and Dr. W. Burnsfde who is from Garrard county are among the warmest Barbourville highway boosters. mad men to Pineville and Middlesboro and kept them in the middle of the nignway. H. C. Chappell met our highway men at Pineville with copies of his good publication Three States which is chock full of road items. Boulevard" movement (later named Boone Way by James Mareff is still warmly advocating the construction of this proposed highway. On a .visit to tne .f meviite bun othce with him the writer was shown the original editorial writted by Mr. Metcalf on this road movement under date of C. W. Metcalf the originator of "Old Wilderness ooo ooo ooo ooo ooo Wm. Tye. Barbourville's chief of boosters followed the ooo ooo I January 13, 1914. Mrs. A. W. Soward, formerly ot this place has charge of the tiiverside Hotel, Barbourville, thestaud which "Boss Anderson" ran so long. Lantern slides showing map of Boone Way will be used in the picture shows from Crab Orchard to Cumberland Gap. " 000. 000 live wires in the with Local Applications, as they cannot reach the seat of the movement. disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in orDr. J. H.Pai'uer and' J. J. Young are keeping up the work at der to cure it you must take interCorbiu. nal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts on to directly upon the blood and muBoone Way will be routed from Barbourville via Corbin, cous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh London north. Cure is not a quick medicine. It wa- - prescribed by one ot the best Collier, J. Thomas Cherry and J. B. Willis are ably look- physicians in this country R. L. for years and is a regular prescriDtion. ing after highway interests at the Crab Orchard terminus. It is composed of the best tonic known, combined with the best John Robins, tt. H. Hamm, and Albert Hiatt keep things in line blood purifiers, acting directly on at Brodhead. the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients Livingston is well represented in good roads boosters by Will is what produces such wonderful Owens, G. S. Griffin, J. P. Drumraond, J. W. fcams, R. J. Lemonds resulls in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. and others. J. W. Creech at East Bernstadt will see that things at P J. Cheney & Co., Props., his place will move along in road promotion. Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, price 76c. When in the mountains you should be careful how you handle Take Hall's Family Pills for conthe name of Daniel Boone except in praise. We think pretty highly stipation. of Daniel up this way. Give him something useful for Fish's C. Lay, Whitley'slegislative member was at the Corbin meeting. Xmas. If undecided let T. help you settle the question. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy YOUR COLD IS DANGEROUS East quality, arctics BREAK IT UP NOW The Motheks' ,Ea$orite' at Fish's. A B cold is readily catching. Cough "1 give Chamberlain's system is succepttble to Remedy to my children when they run-dowhave colds or coughs," writes Mrs lierms. you owe u to yourseu Verne Shaffer, Vandergrift, Pa. and to others of your household to I It always help them and is far su- fiht the Germs at once.. Dr. Bell's for Infants and Children. is fine for Colds perior to any other cough medicine 1 have used. I advise any- and Coughs. It loosens the Mu- - The Kind You Have Always Bought one in need of such a medicine to Jcous, stops the Cough and soothes Bears the give it a trial." For sale by all I the Lungs. It's guaranteed. OnSignature ly 25c. at rour Druggist. dealers. 000 H. Paynter and E. A. Pollard are London's 000 CATARRH CANNOT BE CUR- HD 000 000 000 000 000 000 I J Ball-Ban- d, n CASTOR A Pine-Tar-Hon- ey &&tfffi&fa ."S&fa.3Hg!r' ' vmm - k. . i ; in " kTz a.- - ?"S. Tv trrft..5r 'S9K.st5S.'V . - ..j - j :?- . V7r - :.L ,- - V v . - ' mssB " l' rs$ BJjPB Clearance jtalejgtj O-O- O OOO-- O KOH0K-XCHOOOOOO-OO-- 0 KHO-CKKKH0- -0 OO-- O (KKHKKHXK CH0KOCK - CH0 0 - - SALE BEGINS will be shattered, profits disappear, cost ignored entirely. and furious. Nothing will be sold only for CASH. Beginning December 5th we will put on sale our entire stock of Ladies' Suits, Coats, Dresses, and Hats which consist of several thousand dollars right from the fashion's center- - Former prices Stock must go; we have cut the price so it will move fast SALE STARTS Dec.5 BISCHOF SUITS Iff 1 when used in combination with rich, shadowy Broadcloths, Gaberdines, "Siberta Velous-- " Serges and Mixtures, all colors: Nothing superfluous nothing wanting. Only Bischof's wonderful imagination could have conjured up such a vision of riches and dignity as charming alter.mon The broadcloth tunic costumes expresses. is delightfully simple as it needs must be COATS The favorite colors and mateiials.. In colors the soft, subdued and, most often, the dark tones of bh'e, brown, grey and green. And because the dark tones lead, black is especially good- In materials - many beautiful and in finish, unique mixtures, some s es Now aGlimpse at our value in 9 HATS OF THE UNUSUAL SORT Dec.5 3.4g DRESSES e Ladies' Dresses, stylish mode, others touched with rich plaid, Roman striped silk in all the late shades, $10. values $5.75 led-ingot- Distinctive Designs JN $35.00 Values $17.50 'mm 30.00 27.50 25.00 32.50 20.00 ' Values Values Values Values Values 17.50 17.50 14.95 14.95 12.50 Values Values Values Velves south rough: cliet-kami pluids of every description, zthelines. .soft, rioh broadcloths, Utve-tinand velvet, plush, and fur fabrics. Many of the smartest models are finished with cord and tassel ornaments- - Fur bands and edgings form a much to be desired trimming. EXCEPTIONAL MODELS values $7-5- 0 $15.50 I lifi fimfJJ AW MM, fffil Mm 4, S 15.00 12.50 10.00 3 (MU t Friday, Dec. tjtt REG 12.50 9.75 7.50 6.95 $25.00 22.50 18,00 12.50 10.00 7.50 values values values values values values 6.50 values $15.00 Stylish Models in FALL SKIRTS $7 50 values 6.50 values 5.50 values 15.00 11.75 8.7'. 6.00 5. 00 4 00 3.50 9 Of! values 7.75 3.75 3.75 $4.98 3.98 3.48 values values values 3,00 values 1.50 values gjg 2. 98 2.48 1.75 1.50 HO OC M v' volnoamil.- 75 as IY 1 1, 3mtT J mSL Am,; MM)?,, mmm vffltmlt .vrimi lit ti ', CJINF & JlIOJESjSlEi REG 1 s aa'ifiu mm tSJ W 4; mi ftf VW 1 mlfl "V'U K 5B rt ; v.ii a U.S PAT. OFF: U.S ' PAT OFP H MT. VERNON SIGNAL 1914 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO Advertising rates viaae known on application MHSBKR OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION 5vlR?i mWWw LI VINUSTON. Mrs Vernos Mrs. visited W. R. Ward was in Mt. Tuesday visiting friends. Minnie Moore of Berea, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Niceley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Niceley and children of Mt. Vernon vihited the family of W. G. Niceley Sun.iay., Miss Nellie Carter of I.ehaiu.n Junction who has been visiting Misses Ella Mae and Carrie Farley, has W. A. Rice who has had divorce proceedings pending in tne Lincoln Circuit court was granted a divorce a few days ago. Mr. W. N. Riggs is collecting the giadtd school tax in this district. Miss I,yda Cook is visiting in Louisville this week. J. E. Woodall the popular London salesman was here Thursday and informed us that he had been carrying samples of clothing as a sideline. Walter Browning who is atteuding school at Stanford was with homefolks Sunday. Sam MaGee of Crab Orchard, was here Sunday to see his sister Mrs J. H. Browning. George Pennington of the west is visiting rel atives here. Moss Mullins of Paris has moved his family to our town and will make this his future home. We believe that before holidays are over there will be several more weddings in Livingston. We are not at present going to tell who, for if we did you would be as wise as we, but later will will impart tliis information to all that wish to know. Mr. P.l M. Dees has moved to his farm that he bought some time ago on Rockcastle river. Mrs. W. H Cottongim has returned home alter a few days visit with relatives at Pine Hill. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McGuire of Paris, are visiting relatives here for a few days. Miss Ruth Burton of Danville, has returned home after a few days visit with relatives, here. J. J. Lawrence of Mt. Vernon, paid Livingston a short visit Sunday and also called at the Dispatchers office. Say Jack will you vouch for what S. O. Franklin tells on this bunch? There has been sevei'al socials in town in the last week but we failed to get a report; hence we are unable to give them a write-up- . S. C. Franklin, L. & N. watch inspector was here Tuesday. J. W. Baker was in Mt. Vernon Tuesday. Mrs. J W. Sams was in Pittsburg Sunday visiting relatives. Dr. W. T. Amyx is in Louisville for a few days. Dr. Pennington of London, was here Tuesday, Mrs, Thomas Argenbright and daughter Miss Maggie have returned from Florida. Mrs. G. D. Cook was called to Mt. Vernon en the account of sickness. Albert Hamlin of Mt. Vernon, was in our town Tuesday - Our old friend W M. Hicks surely has left the country. No one has seen him for several days. When last seen he was going in a northernly direction, up Piney branch and all efforts to locate him seems fruitless He made the assertion a few days go that he was going to make a house to house canvass of the county and if he failed in this to find him a wife it would be his last effort, and then he would con tent himself to live single the rest of his days. Mart don't worry but it looks funny that Solonian had 7OO wiv s and you and 1 can't get even one. For some time past Isaac Catlin and William Brady have been puzzling their mind as to whether they were liv ing according to the scripture or not and they decided that the in unction in the Scripture was being disobeyed by them where' it ssys is not good for man to be alone " So tney both decided that they would take to themselves a wift. ai.d as they both were deeply in love and engaged to be mar ried to two of mother Eve's f urest daughte.s. But as there were parental objections in both cases something had to be done to over come this buf tne bovs were not asleep and they thought of Jellico, Tenu., where objections amount to nothing, so when slumber was the soundest and the earth wrapped in sleep Catlin went to Berea where he found Miss Mabel Nice ley and they boarded 31 and Brady and Miss Alice Ward caught 21 and Ihey all embarked for Jellico, where tkey were married Oct. 20. Mr. Catlin is a nice business man and holds the position as freight agent here. Miss Mabel is one of Livingston's most beautiful girls. We can say the same for Mr. and Mrs. Brady and he also holds a position with the L & N R. R. Co. as fireman. May their days be filled with pleasure and may they never regret the steps they have taken. Mrs Claud Griffin of near Mt. Vernon, visited Mrs. G. S. Griffin Sunday. Mr. and Mrs B. Bourne of Lancaster, have J. returned home after a few aays visit with their daughter Mrs. .1. F. Neighbors. Johu Lear, one of our tea hers here was with home foiks during Thanksgiving Mitchell Norto i, of n?ar Level Green ha.srapnrtcd to State authorities that he lost two head of cattle from "black leg" last week and a neighbor had lost one head The Home urnal or F.veni.-iSaturday Post, makes a nice Xmas present. $1 uo a year each. L. Al. Millkk, Agt Mt. Vernon, Ky. HltO I) HEAD Cool., . Mrs. G. W. Prooks. of Denver, Atty. Geo. G. Brock of London, has been elected a Trustee of State University for a term of four years Out of the six Trustees elected only two others received more votes than Mr Brock. This is the first time a South t'easteru Kentuccy man has ever been on the Board. A better min than Mr. Brock could not have been found. Syiiup willingly because ittastsnice. There isn't a better remedy anywhere for children's coughs, hoarseness and bronchitis It's a good medicine and easy to take, price 2.5c 50c and$roo per bottle. Sold by John Kobins. Brodhead, Ky. Children take Ballard's IIore-iioun- "Big Poof John Kennedy, the Stanford negro who mad a hasty getaway from here a month or more ago, was caught coming out of W. B. McKinney's chicken yard at Stanford last Saturday night with a big fat hen his Sale for Belgian Fund arm. but made his escape under has and not been seen in Stanford since. Saturday Dec. 5th, by girls of "Big Boot" has served one term Langdon School. Goods will be in the pen for chicken stealing and it seems he is anxious 10 get delivered if desired. Orders for following list of articles will be back. Any citizen who will arrest this negro and turn him over taken: to the sheriff will do a good deed Light Bread for the community. Steamed Brown Bread Beaten Biscuit Cakes Dough Nuts Pies and Candy. Orders may be left at the Dormitory or given over the phone. ach. Correct them and the periodic attacks of sick headache will disappear. Mrs. John Bishop of Roseville, Ohio, writes: "About a ear ago I was troubled with in digestion and had sick headache that lasted for two or three days at a time, l doctored and tried a number of remedies but nothing helped me until during one o7 those sick spells a friend advised me to take Chamberlain's Tablets. 1 his medicine relieved me in a short time." For sale by all dealers. W. E Smith, who was a fourSick headache is nearly always teen year old student in the Mt. caused bydisorders of the stom- Vernoc common school, when his Sick Headache father was supervisor on this di- vision or the L. & N. R. R. has just been appointed Superintendent of the Henderson division of that road. Many of our people remember Will. Sick Two Years With Indiges- 'it "Two years ago I was greatly benefitted thru using two or three bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. S. A. Keller. Elida, Ohio. "Before taking them I was An automobile party motored sick for two years with indigesfrom Kansas thru here Tuesdav tion." Sold by all dealers on way south They had heard of Boone Way and were disappoint FOR FLETCHER'S ed to find .t not yet built. . tion Children Cry CASTORI A R. G. Wilmott, of Lexing-toh- , Ky., and C. C. Wilmott, of Knoxvllle. Tenn., were the gnests of their brother, B. R. Wilmott. during the week. We are proud ! to announce J. K. Wallin and his estimable family are again resid 1 ing in our town, and hope that Mr. Wallin can so arrange his duties "Wa S:and By What Yoj Duy.' tha it will not be necessary lor n th-to leave us again. The fgfi basket ba game between Mt. VerH z&zP H non and B.odhead High School J team, which was pulled off here The Home of Good Clothos on Thanksgiving Day, was won by the home ttam by a score of 7 to 5, th best played game of the Everett Watson were in the WaDISPUTANTA season. The game played by Mt. lnut Grove section hunting the first Vernon and Brodhead 's second of the week. Miss Clyde Watson Everybody is about done gather-t"ara resulted in a score of 8 to 5, was down from Mt. Vernon, Wed- ing corn and it seems like corn is in favor of Brodhead. Brodhead nesday ot last week and spent very plentiful and selling at 6001.. has won every game played this several days with home folks. Born to Mrs. Nick Chasteen a seasor. Otis Hale and a friend Mr. and Mrs. Byron Owens en- boy on the 15th. ' John Miller rewas here from Berea a few days tertained at supper Thanksgiving turned from Perrv county last 'last week Mrs. Christie, mother Day to tte Brodhead'High School veek. The Holliness people are .of our H.E. Christie, returned to Basket Ball Team. The boys holding a revival at Climax. Virginia, last her home in West o could have easily been defeated There have been several Mondav, alter spending several after partaking of this sumptuous power." Stanlev Payne "got the is workmonths here, -- Arthur Anderson, repast. L. M. Brown, who has a ing second trick at Berea this of Paris, is spending several days good position in Louisville, was week. Granison Clark one of oar here with relatives and friends with his wife here a few days last county men, who now lives at A small child of Mr. imd Mrs. week. County Attorney E. R. Drfuswas visiting relatives here Carson Green, died Monday noon. Gentry was in our town Wednes last week. Sherman Chasteen About a week previous this child day. The meeting in progress at developed a severe attack of diph I ,tne Christian church has resulted and his daughters. Jessie and jn Jen additions up to this date Edith were visiting at D. G. theria, and was pronounced out 1 Wednesday). The meeting will Clark's Saturday It seems as of danger, but some complications probably close Thursday night. though most of the people in this set ul) and the little fellow died suddenly. Mrs. A.J. Haggard Wheezing in the lungs indicates part are in favor of "Boone Way" has been numbered with the sick that phlegm is obstructing the air We tkink that when this road is Ballard s Hork-hOun- d completed there will be another this week Born to the wife of passages. Syrup loosens the phlegm built on our Side of the county. Walter Smith, a fine baby giil, an so thit it can be coughed up and So lets have a "log rolling" we bears the name of Miranda Evelin ejected. Price 25c. 50c and Si. 00 Mahau Mrs Sruiih, who used to per bottle. Sold by John Robius, will help build Boone Way and they wilt help us next. It is an be. Miss Mattie Owens, is with Brodhead, Ky. evident fact that a pike can not be her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. The Signal was somewhat ahead built by every man's door at the Mrs. J. R. Casj, and 'lit- of time in reporting the marriage same time. It takes time to accomplish tle son, Willie, are quite sick at of Mr. John Renner and Mrs. don't start those things but if we we will never get there. this writing. Mitses Reca Brooks; Kitty Smith last week. Mrs Bessie Sproule, and Mrs. W. E. Smith went to Strayed: A black, crooked Barbourville on Sproule, were iu Louisville last Friday and not to Louisville and nose Berkshire boar, weight about week shopping. MrLuieda Ben- Tuesday returned to Mt. Vernon. 200 pounds, left my place two ton was the guest of Mrs. J. h We acted on information furnish weeks ago. Nomarks. A liber-a- l Wation, Monday. She goes to ed, ana we now cheerfully reward for the return nr in. make Cartlesville, OHa., to make her the correction. o rmation leading thereto. home, together with her son, John, J. C. Griffin. Heartburn is a symptom of in and danghter, Mrs. S. L Tate, digestion. ov. 27- Take a dose of HER-BINWithers, Ky. her son, Horace Benton, who re in such cases. The pain cently married, resides in this disappear instantly. The bowels Oklahoma town. J. M, Owens has operate speedily and you feel fine, H,. r"1 innriTrrw C been quite sick during the week. vigorous and cheerful. PrirP -- V II V Sold by John Robins, Brodhead, J. R. Cass was in Louisville la t week shopping Jim Black, of MT. VERNON, KY, Flat Lie If, Ky., waj the guest of Pron tRooms over Baker's Store his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ?am FOR FLETCHER'S rnone 49-Black, last week. Joe Riddle and X Raw Hide Waterproof Crackproof - MHBHliBHilliaBBBHMHaaMBH UBaliiBBBl.BaiEB For Evervbody Slickers RAINCOATS I I : r f 1 E rJ -- wmw a-- Dentist S. Children Cry CASTORIA 3XX3iCXx Mf. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Kys Dec. 4 1914 Are you a SPUG? Raincoats tor everybody h. U J i ) n ) i K T2Ci xMPfP5 If you want to live in the kind of a. Prof. Wilson, principal at LivSomerset, Ky., Dec 1. -- Cecil town s T7 C ingston spent a day with us re- Williams, of this city, for eight1 wan to Communis A rt day, Dec. lith. r'Like the kiud of a town you like cate with 9IGNAL cently. years editor, of the Somerset Hear Misses Shailer, Smith The Parent go to school day Times, the only Democratic paper You needn't slip your clothes in a and Crosby, in a concert, Friday grip was fairly well attended. Parents in the county, and now connected rn evening Dec. nth. And start on a long, long hike. sy a visit us and see for yourselv.es with the State Administration. a oaW' tyon find EaNat?'3vS&s3 a youh be" Information Irom all parts of It von't cost you anything. You Frankfort, is tipped as secretaay fc h;nd v the U. S. indicate that the tide 01 most certainly will be welcome. J j. . vv. lieclc Q auuiiun-iiieuFor there's nothing that's really prosperity is blowing this way We are sure you will be well paid I iinm LOUlSVtULC & Nashvillc R R.Co. fr Wtllinmc woe rt'ia rf h . now for your time and will want to Beckham's strongest supporters It's a knock at yourself when you TIME TABLE. Attention. Aleivuanis and come again. Try it once and see. in the primary, and accompani-knock your town, m (others 22 ncrtn. " l. ijnervX Tho school woik is rapidly im- - mm on many ot uis campaign r if 5.04 P bavins unsold Wav It isn't your town it's you. 3:oG a m 24 norttx Provmg The pupils are really trips over the State Mr. buttons will please rct.irn them to Wil23 south 11:39 a TO secretary Maret. doing outside study now. Most liams is'a nephew of Common- Real towns are not made by men afraid Jpliy 21 South pupils have awakened and gone to wealth's Attorney R. G. Williams aV Lum Ryiml. XV tie, has 140 Lest somebody else gets ahead, im ' ECONOMY-t-h' Ias. Landrum, Agent. bushels home raisij 1, cleaned, mil- work. The following pupils have of Covington, and C. C. 'Williams When everyone works and uobody . IM loikinj fur j:i studied from twelve to forty hours lawyer of Mt Vernon. Phone No. 8. let seed. This i dicates wliat can outside of h' of hijjh living cost Calumet shirks a wim.Ur-;J- j school. i I'iiJTS'i fid saving in your b.Linr. But it be done in Rocl.ca-tle- . s move. You can raise a town from the HZ&XiLM Kntere.l at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Pohtoffice A TEXAS WONDER. High School. '! Itinsures uholelomc Hjud.tabty ristil tod. mail mutter. as fctcoud-citts- s dead. Marriage lic'iiisr will cost 50c Ella Mae McKenz'e, ,Vema Calumet is made riht to sell right to bake righl. k The Texas Wonder cures kidney Aud if while you make your perone oftlie millions of women who use it or aik your grocer. more to-- t ay t.an they did before Welsh, Eugene Fishback, Ruth and bladrer troubles, removing RECOVED HIGHEST AWARDS sonal stake PE11S0NAL Dec. 1st on a .count of the passage Litton, Cecilia Walton, Elizabath grauel, cures diabets, weak and m World's Pure Fcod Exposition. Chlcrxo. IB. Your neighbor can make one, 1: of the emergeuc, revenue law. ranstxposiucn, rrancc, March, 1912, Pulliam, Ruth Landrum, all irregularities mo of the kidneys . Mrs. E. R. Gentry continues to too. money saving ifce Welch. Sidney Crawford and and in boty men and women. Your town will improve be what you want r..,-majfiizinc cin!i iirf- -i x;.ittw 1U1' Ida Hamlin. Yoa dont save mrnrr wii too .. ckem etr l.i'.ran nsl..--- r itL.L .' Regulates bladder troubles in wawu Cl children to see It more economical- cere wLukionic sitcs Let ra'u. ' Hai Clarence Furgu-on'Eighth Grade. catalogue sent iree on request. .u tfiiTiifnnr children. If not sold by your It isn't your town It's YOU. are better. Esther Staverson, Hazel John druggist, will be sent by mail on L. M. Millek. , is very Mrs. Mary Williams Maggie receipt of 61.00. One small bottle Mt. Vemon, Ky. so-'- Arthur Thompson, Deep sealed couahs that Livesay, Bessie Kirby, much better. Sinnie, n two months treatment, and sel- ordinary remedies require resist both Look. Secretary Maret of the Cummins, Ramey Richards, Anna dom tails to perfect a cure. O. D. Bryant was up from LivSnd external and internal treatment. Cemetery Improvement Associa Laura Jiidrlos. for testimonials from his and other If you buy a dollar bottle of Balingston Tuesday. states. tiou requests that y ju make uut a Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 lard's BovcEhound Syrup y u Seventh Giade. J.Gould is registered at the list and Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold get the two remedies you need for of Rckcistle addiess Edith Adams, Christine Davis, Rjckiastle today. the price of one. There is a Her-kick- 's natives living in other counties Isabelle Cummius, Clyde Baker, by allDrggist. Red Pepper Porous Mr. and Mrs. Robt Cox's child- and states win have relatives Alice Bradley and Virginia CrawMrs Ballard:--Deamother, Plaster for the chest, free with h ad typhoid are bet- alseep in ren who have El.n.voud cemetery so ford. look up, lift your bowed head.- I, each bottle. Sold by John Robins ter. that letters may be sent them exSixth Grade too, have clraulc of that bitter cup Brxuhead, Ky. Mrs. John Jones and on of Ccr-bi- plaining our plans of improving Rosa Gentry, Annetta Cox, An- I know the heart rendering pangs was with Mrs. Mahala Jones tha grounds. Don't overlook this na Mae Curtis, Anna Brown and of seeing the casket closed and during the week. mat.er but kindly attend to it Austin Staverson. from view the sweet face forever Ruth Landrum spent Thanks- soon. The Honor Roll iis growing and in this world. But then Jo.sus giving with Miss Hazel Johiihor fflif1lrTT-1Trrml,JTU'"- ll says; "In my fathers house are TiJmati Gilpin passed thru here is as follows: Tr. t... - mi i,,n n jni at Brush Creek. High School many mansions" and He has one on Tuesday on Lis iva to Atlauta, Mi-Nola Jones was the gues Ga. to lo ik aftc-Ella .Mae McKenzie, Verna there for j ou. Just beyond, little ome business 11 of Atty. and Mrs. C. C. William. matters It will be reme.nbered Welch, Sidney Crawford, Ruth Geneva has lound shelter before PJ vV Saturday and Sunday. ' that Mr G. was sectio foreman Litton, Ruth Landrum, Margaret the storm of life came upon her. i "gym? tn m Z. 9 tA ??. 11 mtmmmmsa p ra& xa c t, $ Miss Hope Morgan of East at this place many years ago. Welch, Eugtn; Fishback, Ri hard and she will there await your fe ifi 1 SaaS $1 Bernstadt was the guest ot Mis Since then he has filhel many re Cox, Homer Proctor and Emma home coming. week, -- ponsiblc SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO Christine Davis during the Seven sad months have passed ia h'tutd posi.'uns. Fore Taylor. Niceley will man in Terminal yards St. Louis Eighth Grade since my dear, Lucille was called i Mr. and Mrs. T. J. FLORIDA-CUBA-NE- W Maggie Livesaj, Will Divis, away. Great is the loss that we tonight for Indianapolis lor a and Siijierinteii'le-- t of K. & I leave . AND TO ALL OTHER RESOR1S OF TKI-- SOUTI-short visit to Mr. Niceley's father Bridge Teriniu ils Loni,ville. He Sinnie Cummins, Hazel Johnson sustain, but hope in heaven to A meet again. Peaceful be they and other relatives. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. I.n.VlRAL RETURN LIMIT. was the oiigicaoi of the Bank ol and Arthur Thompson. Seventh Grade FAVORABLE STQP - OVEP. PRIVILEGES. sleep dear baby. Oh! how sweet Law vlt. Ven on. Li tie Misses Elizabeth Virginia Crawford and Isabella to breath thy mme. In life we renceand Luise Landrum spent EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AMD SCSHERY U?:SOS?ASS0 Tne corn .show along with lilt Cummins. loved you dearh ; in death we Thanksgiving vi:h Dr. and Mrs. , piimpkitiS. gourds, beets acSixth Grade chetrish your memory. We often for a boy's For FarUcaiar3 Apfjy o Any Lawrence at I evel Given. turn p-- , parsnips. ? qu tshes, carMay Hj singer, Ada Brown ant sit and think ot you when we are Rilllrii! IFTTJi went to New rots Ticket Afent ar Ad(rcss count would be a Irvine Bullock who etc at FisYs st'ie was an Annetta Cox. all alone. For memory is the on hi.s .t Tr.l-.- t brc.t'Se5SS6 Mextco two weeks ago with tl O VV.P T ten-sp- ot. tve op !1ut aid what will be done is a good Fifth Grade ly thing that gripf lMW&S&$$. T can oill its f and tay. in live, is back family to iBIHsc36feC55 115 will be quite a plentj'. Jeese DeBord, Ky. Bertha DeBord own. She is gone but not forgot201 East Main St., I S?5KTSI plan to the acRockcastle is the place for him. TheMarmers. big and little along Margaret Sparks, Everett Br.vanr, ten. Never shall memory her Henry Anderson prosperous with the children are going to Jack Brown, Maud Adams, Nora fade. Sweetest thoughts shall count of the youngsyoung farmer, sawmill man. good work on the improved ideas and Orion, Verla Hamlin, Eva Cumever linger around the grave ter and then let him road maker and Boone Way Boost produce increased and better mins, Edua Davis, and Eliza Lang-forwhere she is laid. Seven months er of the Brodhead section was in crrps from acreage. same build up himself. X has passed and still we miss her. town Monday on business. Keep in mind the corn and vegeFourth Grade Friends may think the sorrow Some take Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Albright table shows at Mt. Vernon in i9i5 Erecca Hysinger, John Harper, healed, little do they know the W. H. Fish and Mr. and Mis. J pleasure in saving Lillian Grirrin, Lillie Mulling Iua sorrow that lies within my heart A lONCEKT went to London Tuesday to at concealed, On the evening of Friday Dec Meadows. others in spending. V Ky i tend the burial of Dr. and Mrs. J. 'I Third Grade. Mrs. Niceley. 11th a concert will be given under 1 D. Brock's one mouth old baby. K all depends how Rosi-- Adams, Robert Cummins the auspices of the Mt. Veruon Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Roams of Woman's Club. It is hoped that Bently Mullins, Herry Payne, Sickly children need White's off you COMPLETE LINK the Dudley section returned Tues this will be the fir t of a series of William Sparks, Raymond Thomi-so""keam Vermifuge. It not only t Coffins, Gaskets and Robes yourself. Suppose Maurice Brown, day from Trenton, Mo. and report entertainments similar to the Ly Margaret destroys worms, if there be any, : i: reaves. Mail, Telegraph or Tele but it acts as a strengening yon open an account ior their daughter, Mrs. Elbert pc rjt Vs: ceum course of last year. The Bryant, Geneva Cox. Margie Tay- iu the stomach and bowels. tonic 'mJfESIZ-- jr Price very much improved in health three musicians composing tho lor and Karl Davis. your boy here ? lie will a phone orders Promptly 1z&& U5C per bottle. Sold by John o. .' heve guaranteed security Since driving over some of the company are young ladies of excel Second Grade &&ZX? Filled LjmiP1 w- . Robins, Brodhead, Ky, ' ,v; good roads in Missouri, Geo. says lent ability and wide reputation ami get a libtral interest Ida Harper and Ella Mae Sow-de- r. ?.30C3CCOCX , as well. he has a very severe case of good and experience. Miss Smith of roads fever. First Grade Danville, is regarded as a violinssasrss : iss&b&j&i ?&mi ?s Julia Payne, Mamie Adams Bennett Ballard and Mrs. ist of rare talent Miss Crosby, J. Mayme Blick ol Covington; Mrs. as a cellist has few7 superiors Fannie McFerron, Rissie Gentry, Make a Deposit with us today Primmer Grade Alice Ward of Livingston: Judge while Miss Shaler, the director " YOURSELF ". vaCi'ilEJ-i-?' ft i l?kI..'T.itv v Jarve of music of The Kentucky CoUoge Jack Fish Katherine Welch, T 'jr. J. R. Cook of Somerset; From Dhl: Dust and Drudgery " Harrison Cook of Blanche; Mrs. G, D Cook for women, is a pianist of unusual Hubert Bowman and bv ' Mn&A f and daughter Miss Lida of Liv- ability. If you wish a Lyceum L aswell. Gfr The Stars are those whose ingston; Mrs. Eliza Cook and Miss course in Mt. Vernon give this t . .. 3rvAJTj:.-- . j t. and Mr. Geo. first entertainment your hearty grades are ninety or more and Ona Silvers of Burr Bi Comblsation Paetmtic Sweqpsr who have not been absent or L Sechon. Supt. of the Kentucky support Reta is froa lroo ihvjmttj item tfee tSaJi tA ww. tardy-anare as follows: Childrens Home Society ot Louisina and Irttin iotMute rod bos the 4ujt',5 sshtf One of the saddest deaths that High School ville, were here Tuesday to attend of dcit andcrms thi! " rfjad hy ?fe ne o' (. i:oe has ever been in our little city, ocand the old t crpt sweeper, cart be a't Lie 1 hy Ella Mae McKenzie, Verna the funeral of little Geneva Balthe u of the Ouci.cy CoiuUlaattoa S'oeutniiic 8 curred last Sunday evening at Welch, ans Sidney Crawford. u &' S. Svaepor, yvKIJi. ,JKoogh easgy 5.7 . Jonas McKenzie, ji lard. opuad by KinJ. o'clock, when the death angel President creates pove:!nl sttctkm ioice which dtawscst a!! ths airt Fifth Grade e 1 A ''i 'Attir. a bad dust found i.i your nif and cafpett ad at ttre mt knocked, and wafted to Heaven ' 6 Nora Orton and Edna Davis. time the revolving booh picks up Jl Uat. pin, tiweid LOCAL on high, the spirit of little Geneva Geo. S. Griffin, lavelings, etc. Fourth Grade Ballard, the live and one half THE CL'JilLEY SWEEFtr.S are rod? in 'hrsewts ami sold away Christmas cheer cha3es Lillian Griffin and Ina Meadows under arijid gua'inlec for one yen. Yon may hy aDMt-le- y years old daughter, of J udge and thoughts of war and trouble. Third Grade Karl Davis. in your own home for 10 t'ays free of Charge, W. LRichards, M rs. G. M. Ballard. For nearly These pupils had to do some Cashier For more detai.faj inisimntioii wtite TODY To avoid unkind criticism: forty eight hours, the malady of thing to make this roll of special Say nothing. Be nothing. Do that dreadful disease diptheria, honor. The parents ought to be Victor C. Tate, nothing. baffled the skill of three physicians proud of them Duntics Pneumatic Sweeper Co We still have Yes, we've been 5 6501 S. State Street CMCAGO u5 ls Albert Allen's store at Robinet wlio were constantly at her bed- pupils out with fever. We are stocking a -burned last Friday morning, loss side, and dose after dose of the glad to know most of them are . e never lessen- better. We powerful and not a penay of hope to have 'them over $3500.00 line of gifts aped the death grip. Little Geneva back in school soon. insurance peal particularly to was a sweet child, and a favorite Dr. R. G. Webb, of Livingston, with her little playmates. She I men and boys will be a candidate for Representa- was the idol of her adopted parents Don't lorgetthe movirg picture 1 tive from this district and will who are crushed at the almost un- man, he is giving good shows and ' 1 Useful common-sens- e make his formal announcement at bearable loss. Little Geneva was is trying to keep running so as to gifts, such as Hosiery, the proper time. Doc will make a brought from the Children's give our people a clean, nice place JNeckwear, Men's and good representative and every in Home Louisville three jrears ago to spend an hour or two's relax-- ! Boys' Caps and Furdicationis that he will have, a clear and adopted by Judge and Mrs. ation evenings from their labors s ifigh DiaLmondfiSBi The .intistawsftA Drop Tip W nishings. Mount Vernon Monumental ""Bi field. Ballard who have no children ot Lend your encouragement by be-- ! Dr. M. Pennington of Bertha, their own, and since her coming ingat the Boone Way opera house WORkS greatest happiness was now and then. Beginning Mon-- t Come !ln and See, LW H'll Knox county, has purchased of their ""il w the found in making her the new sun day next there will be a show Miller a building lot at M. J. of and n 8 JW no w riia 99tl irv o v.hnll & a fSaTn.ss a pvery night in the week except apex of "Delmont" just southwest shine of their home, happiest. 3L& 1 3 FVlDEALER in Marbles ana Funeral services were conducted Sunday. of the school house site where the Now You. at 1 p. m, Tuesday by Granite Monuments of all "We Stand By What You Buy' B doctor will erect a dwelling high at the home &SE23S& gypoj.-i-i w,.r;- -i ura The Pictorial Review, the greatEstimates furnished kinds. ohnvfi fors and the pure air flows Rev. Allen of Baptist church and Childrens est magazine of Fashions in the Mr t flll fc:,nes. His his intention to' w Sehon, - Supt. of the on application. . .. Mt. Home. iouis vine aner wnicn tne world. f. 51.00 per year. mnve here February first. GEO. OWENS Propr L. M. Miller, Agt. (ernonwill extend a hearty wel- - remains were laid to rest in Elrawood cemetery. Mt, Vernon, Kv. Pone 112 fpits former citizen. -- fish's. at Graded School .Notes CECIL WILLIAMS TIPPED AS BECKHAM'S SECRETAY IT ISN'T,YOUR TOWN-I- TS YOU er J031 ,z 79 Don't forget the concert on Fri- Bakes iS-yiW- i Belter mjtflZ -f- -- J L WfffiLf . -- ,w. dlP&WSWR vS d e l.,'V.v'7- 1 1 f-- ; hi-,'ic- s ltKxl-uuilli- nnlj -- ' I' Marguer-Didyougetm- y 1 ! s J MBBsagssaBgaBssisg ha-rr , lil Xw' mm Sm. xl r - n, "TT-r-r- 1 -- s r rL 1 IflilTPil Tit Vila 1 mw SW3 TmzzrTgh it ORLEANS L lUsiH I w I Z0-J3A.- Koally Good Boost It start kin-haw- bank ifiiisisllfe IwMm S'iSilgl a.a cr-".gton, d. it boys GRAMVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER It Brodhead 1 n, start them Mc-Ne- w : -. 'rm mrP'W ? - f- - a 1Z- H-J&&w. :-, 3cc;3dfedfe?: -- -- -- 5 . -- - W DIVORCE I i L The Bank of Mt. Vernon -- .l t- rri-'.ivT- l oZMifl , 7 d , 't v'-je'w- -- i Christmas Stocking! up with that Vice-Preside- nt Agents Wanted Asst-Cashi- er anti-toxiu- Hlm fHLL The Hew Fads For Fa! fcW JUL t Rilanufacturerw I ,- -- I Ready For I T 1 7 1 a -- S- - ;: i ."f ' JSlidlB9MK!lSMraSeiS fc J "?'. .'Tv $ I PEOI'LRS $ BANK ! $ KEEP IT HANDY FOR RHEU- - Bowman JC MATISM. Cain, S S No use to squirm and wince and ry to wear out'yoar Rheumatism. It will wear you out instead. Ap- plv some Sloan's Liniment. Need not rub it in- - -- mst let it oenetrate. all through the effected parts, relieve the soreness and draw the pain. You get ease at once and feel so much better you want to go right out and tell other suffers about Lloan's Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any druesrist and have it in the house against Colds. Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, SciatYour ica and like ailments money back if not satisfied, but it does give almost instant relief. Buy a bottje to day. 30 9 MARETBURG. Mrs. Jonas Brown continues in a critical condition. Mr. and Mrs Haley, uf "Lebanon Junction, spent Thanksgiving with their daughter Mrs. Chas. Be'hurum. Misses Zella Glancy, Roberta and Lida Purcell of Mt Vernon, were the guests ol Miss bibjl Bethurum Thanksg'iving. Mrs. T. J. Nicely and little sons, Russel and Henn , visited Mis. Sarah Wallen Fr.day night. Mrs. Sarah Wallen and 30 A Straw : will Show the Way $ $ the Wind Blows Have you' Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the $ 40 Cameron, W D Qha8tetn ' W 0 NR65 . i2 VJr0cber' 50 rouuut:i " Gadd. Charley NR50 28 Gadd, J S, Jr.. 50 Gadd, Hairison NR 50 Gadd; Earnest G Gadd, J 37 4.61 5.09 12 2i 4.44 12.q4 Children Cry for Fletcher's 4.85 4.07 5 92 2 16 5.22 1$ Hart, AC Harvey, Mollie Holland, li v Hollingsworth, W M 150 60 35 2.5 9.i 1 4.85 3 32 3 97 I $ Lui LLu BANK $ $ 1 children spent Thanksgiving with Hopper, Ernie Miller, F P McQueen, R i25 40 i5 SAFE AND SOLID Every Banking Facility AMPLE RESOURCES For the Convenience of the People OF UOCKCASTLE COUNTY there's a reason. Northun, W M 7,5 SW s Land PiRg Hiram I Sears, W A 50 75 50 18 Smith, Henry 6.05 Mrs. Jasse Livesay. Miss Jude 6.05 McCall spent Saturday and Sun5.73 day wit'j homefolks. Miss Angie 7.O2 Hunt of Crab Orchard, is with the for a few 3 97 family of her brother days Wheat looks well, con 5 26 weathet- .- A 4.49 sidering the dry 2.2Q The Kind You Have Always Bought, and ivliicli lias been in use for over SO years, lias borne the signature of ana has been maue tmuer ins sonal supervision since its infancy. Y cc&Ju4. Allow no one to deceive you in this. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that triile with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment per-jLK?- Ul Jnst-as-good" CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Castoria is a harmless - Spires, Sarada good many h02s were killed dur $1 I Sales Foflaxes CROOKED CREEK PRECINCT. ing the cold 7 spell but there is Allen, C E Allen, Arch 35 100 125 40 I $ J Use Us $ PEOPLES I or one of my peputies will on Ash, N D Monday Dec 28, i9i4 between the Bowles, Mat m. and 4 hours or 9 o'clock a o'ctock p ra. 0t beiog county court day) at the front door of the Courthouse in Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the following tracts of land for taxes due the county and state. This Dec. 4, i9i4, CAM MULLINS, o. R. C EAST NT. VERNON ORECINCT. $ BANK $ $J Carpenter, Boyd Dougherty, Thos Gabbard, Green Gregory, Fred Hale, Conley 40 2OO 40 80 250 Howard, Cy Martin, W A Morris, James McGuire, Chas Singleton, Willis Tincher, Preston NR i40 60 40 50 25 30 some fear of losing the meat as it 02 has been so warm. There will be i0 95 a box supper at Maretburg school iO.Ol house Saturday night Dec. 5. 5 22 Everyone cordially invited to 5 09 come and bring or buy a box as 6.5i the proceeds of same will be used 399 in a christian cause. 4.49 11.20 Be Careful What You Say 2.93 In speaking of a person's faults, 5 73 Pray don't forget your own; goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. Ifc contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other .Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms For more than thirty years it and. allays Feverishness. lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Oil, Pare- GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS Name Asbill, J F Alcoru, DC Baker, J A 1 1 Number Tax & Acres Cost 5 $ 3 32 :,ILijl? I a iS-5-- - 4t 1 yBi town lot town lot 80 45 20 35 4.44 5 18 Barnes, Mrs Barnes, Ed Bostic, JH '4.23 6 36 5 75 5-9- 0 OP 1 YouCanMakeYourHouseMoreAttractive With the Handsome Babbitt Premiums can of Babbitt's pure lye is paid insurance against dirt or germs: guaranteeing clean sinks, and thoroughly sweet and sanitary conditions in the home, and in your barns, kennels or hen houses. Clontz, W M Cheek, Chas Coffey Gatie towu lot 4 09 60 I2 98 Clark, T H Cummins, Champ Huff, H M 4 12 2 444 2 29 2 09 A TEN-CEN- T Howard, Mat Johnson, G C 40 - 640 7 00 3.20 3.95 I5 4 21 1 Kirby, OE Kirby, J D 4.6i Remember those with homes cf glass 4.oi 5 09 Should seldom throw a stone; 4 77 If we have nothing else to do But talk of those who sin, ORI.ANDO PRECINCT. 'Tis better we commence at home. 10 $ 470 Adams, Frank And from that point begin. 100 Adams, J J 9.73 Prompt Action Will Stop Your 80 Anderson, W F li30 Cough 3.63 i2 Anderson, J F When you first catch a co'd 5 o7 Bakei, Jas I3 (often indicated by a sneeze or 4 44 cough), break it np at once. Th 1 town lot Drew, S A not matter 1 town lot 5.88 idea that "It does Evans, Geo often leads to sericus complications 15 3 98 Jackson, Floyd The remedy which immediately Gay I12 Johnson, 356 and easily penetrates the lining of 10 2.99 the throat is the kind demanded. Jordon, Jim 40 4.87 Dr. King's INew Discovery soothes Meadows, Mrs Wm the irritation, loosens the phlegm. Mullins, Taylor (heirs)100 at once. "It You feel better iOO 6.2i Singloton, MT seemed to reach the very spot ci i4.49 my Cough' is one many honest Cain, Thomas (heirs) 548 1 Tredwavj Henry 4.44 testimonials, ,50c. at your Drug iOO i0.65 gist. Williams, (heirs) 8 CzyjccZu The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUB COMPAMV MCW VORK C ITV. WHEN YOU WANT Genera! Merchandise Farm Implements GO TO If you will write we will send you a book Absolutely Free telling a hundred uses for Babbitt's Lye; also our premium catalogue illustrating beautiful and valuable presents exchanged for coupons. B. T. BABBITT BABBITT'S LYE P. O. Box 1776 hi The Great Soap Maker The Best Home Soap Maker 10c Highest in Strength but not in Price New York City THE BEST GROCERS HANDLE BABBITTS LYE Dealers Wanted RHEUM A TIG SUFFERERS GIVEN QUICK BELIEF ; SRiWi DEALER in each territory in lmn in Southern Ohio, adjacent entire State V. o a, Southern Indiana and KcmiK-kto take on our line of LEWIS, ALLEN Our cars SELL cood, atxi SIETZ automobiles. Ffllify the owners, ami you make J10XEV. From $7S up; al.--o one at fI05. This is a good chance far an rsUblNhed Auto Dealer to take on a g line of jwpular cars, or for a lire lll'STLEK with a little money and hacking to get business, write " into a first claw oirk for particular to the Factory 21-- vn WANT AT.TF.V a "X7 e : il 31 Pain leaves almost as if by magic when you begin using the famousold remedy for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Gout, wide-awak- Air-ini- nick-rollin- Sciatica, Neuralgia and kindred troubles. It goes right to the spot, stops the aches and pains and makes life worth living. Get a bottle of today. A booklet with each bottle gives full directions for use. Don't delay. Demand moucy-nukin- Kenresenta-tW-KENTO- UOTOKS COMPANY. E. Ninth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 1 AJsototVPiTe H iiiniii ( ov A Test for Liver Complaint Dull Kentally Unhappy Fhysicalay, The Liver, sluggish and inactive first shows itself in a mental state unhappy and critical. Never is there joy in living, as when the stomach ard Liver are doirj their work. Keep our Liver active and healthy by using Dr. King's New Life Pills; they empty the Bowels freely, tone up your Stomach, cure your Don't accept anything else in place of it Any drug gist can supply you. If you live too far from a drug store send One Dollar to Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co., Newark, Ohio, and a bottle of will be sent prepaid. mampi s" WEAR ,jfa-ECSs(i-&otci gist. Bucklen's Arnica Salve excellent for piles. You probably don't know wbat brand of cigar he likes, but you do know that he likes pretty silk neckwear. There is a beautiful as sorinei t forXmas at Fish's today. Constipation the blood. 25c at Drug- and-purif- HJzuEon SmiL3. 2.5i 75 $ 5.75 Baker, 1 , 70 Livesay, I4 72 Baker. Altord 4 07 NR40 5 82 iO Mordis, W M 4 73 47 Browning, Elbert 50 4.59 Overbay, John 1 25 Bullock, T F 2 3.32 Payne, T M 4 68 75 Bussell, Geo 3 32 iO Rahh, Abney 5.38 75 Clark, Thomas Reynolds, Sam, ,aJMt 5.88 72 Collins, Jim 4.6i 5.28 75 Rucker, 3 F 230 11.80 Dess, T M 7.52 65 Stephens, W F Dickerson, J H 1 town lot 39.37 W 2I stokes, J 9.63 Durham, ,N 5o 3 97 Shropshine, Henry i3 3.95 2.99 i5 Engram, Seth 3 32 20 West, Tom 10 6.70 Fields, S E WEST MT.VERNON PRECINCT. Gentry, John E 1 town lot 2.5q a& Hamilton Bros 1 400 iq04 NAumber Name Cost Hensley, Hambal 5 73 75 1 town lot Adams, LB 28. 7r 3.56 80 'Ingle, John Bradley, A M 25 S7 226 48 164 Ingle, Link Carpenter, Steve 1 town lot 5.21 2.29 Nl 30 Jones, H E Hunt, P Y 20 9.ii Kelley. S E 28 6.69 5.39 Menifee, R V 25 4.61 30 King, Mat M Pattin, W 5.36 Lamb, Joe 40 30 3.59 Pitman, Acy 6.55 30 30 Lay, James 4.63 1 town lot Smith, J H 5.20 15 2.93 Little, Mark. Taylor, J L 35 3.32 Lovings, R L 5 1 town lot Taylor, J R i0.46 Leavell, B J 1388 NR36 ROUNDSTONE PRECINCT. 20 Hohaffey, JW Number Tax & Marshal, Gabe 5.26 Name 3 Acres Cost I12 Miller, Sam 8.3I Adams, Elisha 3.95 5 town lot 3.97 Milburn. Hiram Adams, P J 14 58 150 40 Mink, J H 638 Boyd, W M 9 44 38 100 Moble, R L Bullen, H E i4.58 40 10.89 13O Mobley, W B Chasteen, H T 7.94 40 13 4.04 Mounce, W M Doyle, C A NR 67 4.88 20 2.45 McCormick, Geo Denham, J W 3.97 4i 20 Parker, Simon Dooley, J W 7 43 NR435 55 7.74 Ponder, J G Fink, Bruce 10.01 NR n3 3.65 i5 Robinson. Garrett Fish, W H 200 22.39 Rogers, May 3.1i i5 Fish, Volicy i20 7.43 WALNUT GROVE PRECINCT Grant, James 6.40 45 3.65 Griffith, Minerva 112 4.87 Baron, DB .... ........3i 52 Hayes, Mary E 6.il 5.51 Bradley, Wiilie NR40 75 Hall. GW.M 528 Kidwell, T D 8'J 11 i3 i84 Kirby, J T 6.97 Waddle, F F 15 5 46 25 McCollum, C A 8.94 Mink, Willie 4i 5 2.9S 3 Proctor. Jess 673 Mink, Jim & McClure .37 5O4 Poynter, G W 5 3.32 Mink 63 Mink, WD 4.59 Pullins, G W 25 5.75 3 95 25 29 Peters, Roberts 3.32 Nichols.T B i75 n.54 Ramsey, Gale 20 3,32 Oliver, RW 5 90 Oliver, J M ...80 Rich, W M ' 45 6 40 5 6 48 Riddle, C W 7i9 Renner, M F 27 .... 50 4.63 Roberts, Jeff 3 5.78 Renner, Tom I3O 7.2I Robinson, John 3.63 Rice, MA 30 Kirby, Mamie town lot LIVINGSTON PRECINCT. WE. . 0 70 Poteet, WB Price, BF I05 2 Prewitt, James Reynolds, JF ....NR7s Reynolds, Mrs FC 75 5O Thompson, JB 145 9.3, 4 11 3 12 2.27 63 JONAS!IMcKENZ!E THE Chas. C. Davis Shutts.PH Thomas, Mrs E J Thompson, J L Todd, Henry 165 lo OLD B BIL 1 ABLB I20 200 3o 6 5 Whitaker, Robt Adams, AE Adams, Per Allen, John Barns, M M Ballurd, J M Benge, Rice Boyd, James Boyd, sarah. Brown. John 6.72 24.02 3.9 2.93 $3.4?. 2.29 2.78 63!-- BRODHEAD PRECINCT. 1 NR I3 NR 4s town lot 8' 25 37 i Mt. VernOD Ky. DRUGS Chas. C. Davis Mt .Vernon Ky. 2.64 4 61 6 37 5 My Phone No. is (39) run open shop thirty-nin- e. 4o 4 .15 5l We open shop at 7 o'clock a.m. and till 9 o'clock p. 7 Brown, Victoria Brown, WM Brown, W G Brock, James Brock. 28 36 125 2.S3 2.93 6.60 7.o5 8.48 5 09 m. j Jas 7 . 5 Brumett, Geo Brumett, E J Burton, Robt.. ..1 town lot 25 Bullock, J W 56 Bullock, John A NR 45 Brown, WR Cash, Jop 3 4o Cash, WL Davis, 6oo 5o 7o 9.44 5.oJ; 3 31' You are cordially place at any time hours. We don't anything yon don't welcome in our during our shop 52C 4.24 want to sell you want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let us show you. CHAS. C. DAVIS Mt. Vernon Ky. 4.3c 8.o7 6-55 HP 9o 0 Dillingham. Willie loo 8.48 1 town lot 4 6F Evans, John E Farris, Susie .. ..1 town lot 4 IS 7.52 Harris, EL 7s Halcomb, Margaret 4.24 75 3 89 NR3o Hicks, T J 4o 6.3 Hiatt, A M .."" Howard Joe Howard J. L Howard J C 7 4 44 7 5o 32 7i 9 31 72 Hoskius Mat Laswell.W H Lawrence, R E.. Lnnceford, Julian Mayfield. Crosby Michial, Jas Mobley Thos 100 ... .21 10 20 25 25 05 6..s5 S It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give 4 4y .... ..KR 1.6; 227 7 9c 7o. I5 9 Mobley, Gilbert Oliver, C L & Henry Sparks, Robt Thomas, James 4 Thomas, Jim Titus, A W 500 Mrs. VcClain's Experience (klosrJSTOfrpH VI '7LM.UNqN suits t l With Ckoup. '.'When my boy, Ray, was small he was subject to croup, and I alarmed ae such times It always relieved him quickly. I am never without it in the house for f know it is a positive cure for croup," writes Mrs. W. II. Blairsville, Pa. For sale by all dealers. was-alway- s Mc-Clni- n, Vanwinkle, John 62 Ward, Lee OR20i Wardlow, Noah ,. 200 Wren, Lee 58 Wrenfroe, John 30 Wren, Chas 18O Welch & Lutes 129 60 3.97 Roberts, SN M ...150 5.90 Shiplett, F 3.97 BROWN. PRECINCT 8.74 Bloomer, Henry 50 i0.40 Owens, K J ' Payne, JN Riddle, 370 Owens, J M .... 1 town lot 35 3.o4 3.58 6.55 54 i9o 10 6 55 5.28 Debord, WH 10.06 Detbridge, Geo 477 Bustle. Laikin 6 78 Bullock, Irvine 4 2 5.28 Evans, DO 5 28 75 83 55 - 7.67 Saylor, Sim 3.2o Scroggins, Mrs 3.95 Sluscher, D B I.12 Sowder, John Joan I23 M 4.32 964 2.6? 5-7- A 4 .Ao 30 43 1 3 CARDUI The Woman's Tonic a triaL I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o-ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. 5-o- 9 4.4I Sowder, W L 15 56 7 43 9 The Comfortable Kind "We Stand By What You Buy." 7.47 Hamm, Joe LewiSukF-J..wrv.'-rIOO-; 125 4.49 Spoonamare, Oscar 7,67 Spoonamore, S J 5.73 5 58 65 8.48 SCAFFOLD CANE PRECINCT, Metcalfe, CO "H NR i78 -- VSSiaS!B2Ss'' Tha Home of Cood Clothas. Acres Anglin,RL& J W i64 Anglin, J A 100 Anglin, Henry 70 Ambrose, Eliza 7 Name Number Tax& Mize, Cost 24 77 jK - . Sutton, J B Sutton, GS Thomas, ..........75 34 50 2 1 1 9.I2 7,i9 5-- 7 15 MizeSarafrE McClure, I50 5 3-9- 7 229 Morgan, F L J A 6.55 McKfiraeyChasv. 2.g3 McMullin.GC ... ..... i4 r .- 94 8.o2 Vanhook, Nick Vtfuhook, L N' 5i Thompson, W C "Susie FM 4.43 9 50 54 509 Williams, 7 19 Willmott, AO town lot. town lot 6.4o NR 2s 2 21 4 Get a Bottle Today! ymj IMI MJ KM) ,u M) 3.7 MJ M) M) IMJ M3 M) IB -- M A