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Mount Vernon signal: December 11, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914121101_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: December 11, 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. BIB FRIDAY Sale of Lots LIVINGSTON, KY. lliiif ON I MT. VERNON, Ml ' 4V -- wJ'MIIilw M Established 1887 M MI 1 MWM fc. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY DEC. 11, 1914 ?k 7H-Viy- .a NTOIBLR 6 ffyjfflt and SATURDAY Decl 10 A. M. -- & 19th THE PROPERTY the same disease. Mr. and Mrs. Slnvel and Mrs Leece left Tuesday night for Rockhold, where the funeral was held Wednesday afterW7 Carter noon Dr. and Mrs were visiting relatives in" Shelby ville du ing the week. Lewis sold a small farm to Arthur Robinson lor three hundred dol lars.-r- H. cross-tieC Wolf, the man from Berea, was calling on' Judge Haggard Wednesday and Thursday, On Christmas evening a play will be given by trie members of the Hamiltwnian "Society, entitled "The Ice Man". This is a good selection and . is .sure to please Remember the date. Mr. and Mrs-- . John Robins were In Crab Orchard Wednesday - Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pike, of Gorbin, were the gu sts of his patents, Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Pike dnring the week. H. E. Christie has moved his family to "the A. J. Pike home, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Riddle now occupy the the residence vacated by Mr. Christie. Miss Miranda Tate returned the first of the week from a visit to friends in Danville, -Mp-Ada- PRE-INV- E if i a liill V y v i Sti V 1 " II Q m A .. I I h ftlI A A mk m m 1 1 BIG CROP OF BARGAINS GIGANTIC MERCHANDISE EVENT LI V1NGNTON. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Catlin visit ed Mr. Cathns Parentsat Co. Lebanon-Sunday- . NOTE THE ' DATES COME - a lofty eminence overlooking the Rockcastle Heights ' A new addition known as growing town of Livingston from the west. Every lot high and dry, and in an altitude of clear pure air a most healthy picturesque home "place, and only a short walk to the business center of town. YOU MAKE THE PRICE. ROCKCASTLE HEIGHTS is positively the most logical pl'ace for the people of Livingston 10 live. We are grading .streets, slaking and making numerous improvements at a big expense. ".nd when completed we will liaVe the most highclass exclusive white people's addition in Livingston. Positively no every lot must go to the highest bidder! this is a real opportunity for eveiy man in Livingston to own his own home or make an 9o years, some were old maids and some widows' some had families investment unequalled anywhere. matri-jnonial by-biddi- ng The Livingston Lumber, started their saw mill Monday,They broke some piece of machin ery and have been waiting for it The new blocking system thru' Livingston will be put hxoperatirn this week. This will be a great improvement in railroading. Win Hicks informed us that advertising was the thing and that at last be thought he was sure ot a partner now, for the last week the mail had been flooded with letters from all over the state on a subject and also several applicants had come in person," He said they run.iu age frem 60 to ranging from 8 to i2 children. He said one came wilh I2 child ren and her mother but Hicks said he always had a distaste against a mother-in-laand they could not deal. He said make'the when w OUR STORES ARE ALIVE WITH BARGAINS 5 DECEMB th to We Save You 31st to 40 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 stork exer to secure the biggest kind of Bargains. which, for size, quality and low prices, has never been equalled in our experience or 27 years. 1 HOLIDAY GOO D on TOO VERY EASY TERMS rd .' - We are showing the largest and most beautiful line of Holiday Goods ever shown in Mt. Vernon Only One-ThiCash, the balance you may pay in 3. 6, 9 and 12. months, with interest on deferred payments. ' Buying a lot on such terms is better than buying a life insurance policy." DON'T FORGET THE DAYS AND DATE Friday & Saturday, Dec. 18th & 19th 10 A.M. SHARP one come that tilled the bill he inPrices Completely Smashed tended to make a grand feast and invite in all the widows and widowers. The latest thing out is the Livingston Brass band, composed following members: of the LOT AWAY Messis W. A. Rice, John Lear We have received a number of beautiful presents, including watches (gold- - plated Hobert Griffin, Fred Baker, C. J. silverware, vases, etc:, to be used as an advertising feature. We will also give away one of Rice and Maurice Cottongim. The Everybody on the grounds will have an equal opportunity of winning some boys have oul been practicing a our enoice lots. JO LC JLvLL, of the free presents also the Free Lot. Tou don't have to bid. you don't have to buy. Just few days and we want to say they make splendid music. We think b there, that's all ! in just f little while it will be second best to none but will be in the come on lead. Say Mt. Vernon with your trumps. We have you now. -- Ourold friend S. 0. Franklin, L. &N. watch inspect! of Mt Vernon was down Tuesday but was very quiet while here, knowing the threats that had been made and being on the enemies territory. We were sure Mr, F urday, 5th, a little child of Mr. and monia. John Cockrell of Paris, LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND would give us the name of our Mrs. C. L. Black and was hurried. is here for a few days hunt and to hidden enemy but he claims that Sunday at the family burrying visit relatives. Emmit Quinn has he is on neutral g- oand and he .re- ground at East Bernstadt Sunday. returned from Paris where he The bereaved have the sympathy went to see his brother, and reports mains silent. There are some real estate men otthe town. ''Blessed are the him very low. Mrs Nora Jenkins here and they in connection with little children that die in the Lord and son George, are with relatives with Mr. J. W. Saras are surveyThey are takea home to heryen j in Paris. Mrs. Wm. Proctor and PHILLIPS-WES- T ing and laying off lots on the tract to reap their reward, children have returned from of land that Mr. Sams purchased Lone are the paths and sad the Louisville where they have been some time ago. Now is the visiting relatives for a few days. bowers chance for a man that wants to Since thy sweet smile is gone There have been several wanted come to one of the best little But oh! a brighter home than ours to know about the weddings that in Eastern Kentucky where would take place during the holiIn heaven is now thine own. BUODHKAD . the county in two directions. We enjoy. We endorse our Fiscal towns better people neveriived, where Dr. R. G. Webb was called to days as they wanted to have a feel that a good step now lo take Court in the steps already taken, the advantage of a graded school Paris Tuesday to see Ed Quinn good old fashion chavivarii but we Little has been said in our let would be to call an election for the aim assure tnern ol our hearty ters on the subject of good road's, purpose of the voters expressing support The much talked of light is to be had, where there who Is very sick. Ben Dees of informed them that we had made is a church to suit almost Piney Branch has oneumonia a promise that we would not tell and to some of the Signal readers themselves on the subjeci of issu- plaut for Brodhead has taken on any one viz Baptist, Christit might appear that Brodhead ing bonds, and in as much as we new life again, and we hops to ian and Presbyterian. Where the fever. W. B. Rice of Paris, was anv one but we are afraid one of with horaefolks Tuesday. Elisha people are not i nterested along can now getn appropriation from sobn see steps taken to bring this will give it away him climate is ideal, the winters never Bullock the good nanured sales- the parties this line; but those who know us the state equal to the amount that much needed improvement into as he is off duty every Sunday too cold and in)summer the cooling man of Scaggs Creek, was in our self better know that Brodhead has we set apart for this purpose, we existence. There is no reason and often thru the week he is not always been ready to grasp every feel that every votei who has the why that it can not be made a breeze off of the basin of the plac town Monday. If there ever was to be seen at the round house id waters of tne beautiful picture-esqu- e a man that looked on the bright good opportunity that has been advancement of his county at heart paying proposition here as Cottongim is suffering well as Rockcastle river in whose side of life it is Elisha. There W. H. preseated whereby we can better would not only cast his vote for it, elsewhere, and with only a small greatly with a sun pain apd at our condition and those around us. but would be willing to donate outlay for machinery. We have waters thousands of game fish was a fortune teller in our town times he is unable to go about. await the fisherman,-- ' where. Boone Tuesday and we learned that our "Trae many of us were opposed to his energies to make the much the power to run a plant and why Way will in the near" future pass friend Wm. Hicks followed him the issuing of bonds to build these talked of Boone Way a splendid not use it. -- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. where not many years ago stood to Hazel Patch and his fortuue roads, and only from the fact that pike. Now thdt our people can Carter are visiting relatives Deep sealed coughs that resist in pole cabins and shacks where now told twelve times. Mr. John we could not see far enough in the see that it is possible to accom- Owen and Shelby cou.uies, ordinary remedies require both and stands beautiful frame cottages Overbay living near town has external and internal treatment. good future to know what we were plish these results, and while we will probably spend the holidays and brick business bouses where dropsy and is in a very 'critical If you, buy a dollar bottle of Bal dolag, but now under tne present have a chance to avail ourselves of there. Mrs. John Gaylor, of the Masonic order and the Junior condition. Mrs. D. K. Argen-brigh- t lard's Houehound Syrup you existing rod uws it is. easy for every dollar that the State Aid Rock-holmother of Mrs. R. S. order are represented and each is very low with heart get the' two remedies vou need for any one to see that g as this Road Law provides, we feel that onivei ana Mrs. A, J. Leece, of have their own hall, so you see if dropsy. The Holiness people the nrice of oue. There is a HerPepper Poitoos la.v is valid that we should avail no time should be lost in laying this place, 'died at her home Tuesour little town is in the mountains have, just closed, a,few days meet- riCK.'s Redthe chest, free with ourselves of this grand opportun foaudation for the most needed im- day of Typhoid. Her son died Plaster for a yet we are blessed .with some of ing in our town. Miss Malinda each bottle. Sold by John Robins dty, and build jp'kes at least thru provements that any county can few, weeks ago at , PInevjUe from J the best earthly gitts..Died Bat- - j Overbuy, is, very low with pneu Brouhead, Ky. MANY BEAUTIFUL PRESENTS FREE. ONE CIVEN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, NOTIONS, LADIES' SUITS, CLOAKS, UNDERWEAR, SHOES, STOVES, FURNITURE 'JvlL, 1 a te I a Follow the Big Brass Band." REALTY CO., Livingston Ky - -- CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with Local Applications, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quick medicine. It wa prescribed by one ot the be.t physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescriotion. It is composed of the best tonic known, CDmbined with the best blood Durifiers. acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing catarrh.. Send for testimonials, free. F .7 Cheney & Co , Props., Toledo..O. Sold by Druggists, price 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for con- stipation. A Test for Liver Complaint Mentally Unhappy Physicalay, Dull The Liver, sluggish and inactive first shows itself in a mental state unhappy and critical. d, there joy in living, as when, the stomach ard Liver are doing their work. Keen your Liver active and healthy by using Dr. King's New Life Tills; they empty the Bowels freely, tone up your Stomach, cure your Never is to-ln- purify the blood. 25c at Druggist. Bucklen's Arnica Salve excellent for piles. Constipation and . , Clearance .Sale SU ITS, COATS, Dresses I ! HI 00XXXMMX0K - 0 MILLINERY M0K0-0rKMH0K-0-0'0-0-- 0' OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOwOOOOOOOO 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 BISCHOF SUITS In colors tfPl s SALE STARTS Stock must go ; we have cut the price so it will move fast Dec. 5 Iff 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 coujured up such a 'vision of riches and dignity us chinning atter.ioon The broadcloth tunic costumes expresses. is delightfully simple as it needs must he COATS The favorite colors and materials;. the soft, subdued and, most often, the dark tones of blre, brown, grey and green. And because the dark tones lead, black is especially good- In materials - many beautiful and unique mixtures, some Tnnoth in fHish, chive-tine- Now aGlimpse at our value in HATS OF THE UNUSUAL SORT, Dec.5 $3.48 3.48 DRESSES Ladies' Dresses, stylish mode, others touched with rich plaid, Roman striped silk in all the late shades, $10. values $5.75 Red-ingote Distinctive Designs IN EXCEPTIONAL MODELS $7-5- 0 $35.00 30.00 27.50 25.00 32.50 20.00 Values Values Values Values Values Values ;....' ' $15.50 Values 15.00 Values. 12.50 Values. 10.00 V elves . $17.50 17.50 17.50 14.95 14.95 12.50 12.50 9.75 7.50 6.95 somli rough: cheoks anil plaids of every des scription, ziheiiues, soft, rich broaduloths, and velvet, plush, and fur fabrics. Many of the smartest models are finished with cord and tassel ornaments- - Fur bands and edgings form a inuch(to be desired trimming. $25.00 22.50 18,00 12.50 10.00 7.50 values values values values values values 6.50 values $15.00 15.00 Stylish Models in FALL SKIRTS . 6.00 5.00 4 00. 3.50 '.... - 11.75 8.7 7.75 3.75 3.75 $7 50 values 6.50 values 5 50 values $4.98 3.98 3.48 3,00 2.00 1.50 values values values values values values values values .: 2.98 2.48 1.75 1.50 ,98 75 Wk If! ft SUTTON A MeBEE BooneWay paper and tie HOPEWELL completed, all tne uo not use newspaper or otner will have been Mtes Cecil Ping uf Walnut paper that has any writing on it way. Friday, Dec. II . 1914 Grove is visiting, her sister Miss Speed the Rood work in every as it may mislead the employe . ... -. handling same and result in loss , Isabelle, at this place. Miss county. Published every Friday by Mary Carmical is visiting friends or delay. Sincerely yours, EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, No. 8. If package contains any - and rehtives at Mt. Vernon. J. H. S. Morrison. thing of a perishable nature write Mrs. Jerry Rash and Mrs. Ollie $I.OO DESCRIPTION ONE YEAR Hill Friday in Kirby were in Pine the word Prompt Action Will Stop Your large plain "PERISHABLE," pack- -' shopping.--Mis- s Bertha Carmical le tters on box or Cough Advertising rates mace known on age to insure special attention en-- , spent several d?ys with her cousin When you first catch a cold Miss Mattte Carmical at Pine Hill delivery. application (often indicated by a sneeze or route and at 'ime of last week. Rev. Carmical assisted cough), break it np at once. The Barnes are by Revs Clouse and Sick Headache idea that "It does not matter" MEMBER OF holding a series of meetings at Sick headache is nearly always KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION often leads to serious complications The remedy which immediately caused by disorders of the stom-- 1 Hopewell . Notwithstanding the and easily penetrates the lining of ach. Correct them and the peri- - rainy weather they are having the throat is the kind demanded. odic attacks of sick headache will ,a e crowds ut ni hfc but not so Dr. King's iNew Discovery soothes disappear. . Mrs. John Bishop of ,' the irritation, loosens the phlegm Roseville, Ohio, writes: "About manr m da and the raeetln ,s You feel better at once. "It a year ago I was troubled with in progressing very well. There seemed to reacn the very spot of digestion and had sick headache has been five additions to the my Cough'' is one many honest that lasted for two or three days 'church. Miss Isabelle Ping will testimonials. 50c. at your Drug- at a time. I doctored and tried a ' cIose here third termof School at Cumberland Gap, Tenn gist. number of remedies but nothing th,s place D9a l8th-Som.,r WV-thos- e Dec. 7th. 1914. helped me until during one of . boys got hungry Mt. Vernon Sienal, sick spells a friend advised word boy or SUGGESTIONS FOR SHIPPERS OF me to take Chamberlain's while at church one night and Mt. Vernon, Ky. Tablets. , 1 his medicine relieved me in a helped themselves CHRISTMAS PACKAGES to. Mrs. Jaje Dear Sirs: short time. " For sale by all deal- - Harmons Kraut which was sitting I thank.you for recent copy of ers also cut the j on the porch and the Signal containing the interestNo. 1. Ship your packages early ing article "Over The Trail' . skirt from Johnie Harmons saddle today if possible. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OB "A viry mean trick for any one to Over this way we are immenseNo. 2 Whenever possible use THE UNITED STATES ly interested in the work in our strong wooden boxes for packing. FOR THE be guilty of Miss Flora Pitman EASTERN DISTRICT OF adjoining counties in Kentucky. It may cost a few cents more but will enter school at Mt. Vernon in KENTUCKY My county (Chiiborne) has already the danger of loss and damage is a short time. Mr. Robert Harthe Matter ) new dwelling appropriated $305000.00 for build- very much reduced. I rue, 11 the in of In Bankruptcy mon is erecting a ing roads; and had not the bond shipment is lost or damaged, the J.L. Owens & Co) for John Pitman Mrs. Katie gone to pieces, last fall, Express Company will pay for it. market On this 4lh dav of December A. Stokes went to Mt. Vernon Fri we would have ben at work. but that will give your friend no D., i9i4, on considering the peti- - day shopping. Mr. Berry Ping of The Boone Way will become the pleasure. tion of the aforesaid bankrupt for Waluut Grove, is visiting John real great National Highway when No. 3. Write the address plain- - rlisnhnrap fiiod t.iio, 9fihV. A nf , Harmon and attending the meet- built. Before the building of ly and full; town, countv, and September, A. D. 19I4, it is order- ing at Hopewell. james Arnold numerous railroads betwtei the state, also street and number; on ed by the court that a hearing be and sons, Virgil and Earnest, north and the south, it was the box or wrapper with ink or crav-mo- had upon the same on the 12th spent Sunday with Mr. Henry important highway, probably on . Use tags only when abso-i- n day of January A. D 19 15, before Kirby. Mrs. John Niceley and this country, and when the lutely necessary as they are easily said court at Covington in said children are visiting Mrs. Cynthia on hand are matured, torn off and lost in handling ship-i- t district at 10 o'clock, in the fore- Niceley. Mis. Charley Carmical plans now will again reach its original im- - raents. noon, or as near thereto as practi- and childreu spent Sunday with and upon a much grand-- ) portance No. 4 If you desire to prepay cable, and that notice thereof be Mrs. Mary Arnold, James Arer scale. the charges, write the word, published 1 time in Mt. Vernon nold of Mt. Veruon, has moved to Next May the D. A. R. associa- - ' PAID" in large plaiu letters on Signal, a newspaper printed in Chris Sowders house near this tion will unveil, right in Cumber t le package, said district, and all known credi-to- i place. land Gap and right beside the old No. 5 Insist upon a receipt s and other persons in interest A TEXAS WONDER. Boone Way, a splendid monument and if charges are paid, see that may appear at said time and place The! such amount is shown on receipt, and show cause, if any they have, to this great path-fiudeThe Texas Wonder cures kidney funds are already available; but if, also declare value of shipment and why the prayer of laid petitioner and bladder troubles, removing by that time, three thousand men have such value embodied in the should not be granted. grauel, cures diabets, weak and are at labor along iheline through receipt. of the kidneys WITNESS the Honorable A.M. all irregularities Rockcastle, Laurel, Knox, Bell No. 6. Writ, your own name J. Cochran, Judge of said Court, and in boty men and women. andplaiborne counties, construct- and address plainly on package, and the seal thereof, at London in Regulates bladder troubles in ing this great highway, we shall showing yourself as shipper and said district, on the 4th day of Dec children. If not sold by your then indeed be building a monu- also a 'card bearing your full A. D. iqi4. druggist, will be sent by mail on ment one of the greatest move- name and address so that in case j J. W. MENZIES, Clerk, receipt of $1.00. One small bottle ments ever built in memory of outside mark becomes mutilated n two months treatment, and selS. W. Stacey, D. C. dom tails to perfect a cure. Snd man. defaced and consignnee's name is for testimonials from his and other We can assure our neighbors, lost, you can be promptly notified. states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 No. 7. If not convenient to shjp in Kentucky, that when they do Sold F0K FLETCHER'S Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. their pa.it, our's will already have in a box use strong wrapping by allDrggist. fivV r Ml fill IB rW1 Wr . ? I :' r l;7l n I i.il4 Y"L VERNON SIGNAL lbeendone,andtlle dltaaHBBBBiHiHHBIBBBiiBiBBBHH with a strong cord. , REG U.S m PAT. OTJt REG, U.S "i at orr "Wise Guy's" Dictionary Reub. A man who owns 24o acres of farm land valued at about 2oo an acre. Jay. A man who owns a i9i5 automobile. Country Jake. A man whose home is equipped with hot and cold running water, bath rooms and hot water heating gas-ligh- ts vw !! J ONE plant. Yap Hick. A man whose son is lead-hi- s SI. 75 $3.00 YEAR Courier - Journal Daily by Mart (NOT SUNDAY) SIX MONTHS' ckiss at the University. e A man whose signature good fer lo,ooo at any bank in is the county. Boob. A man whose daughter finds herself worth $25,000 when the will is read. Simp. A man, to corral whose vote the congressman tramps over forty acres of plowed laud. Wise Guy. A city chap with about 30 cents in his pocket who uses the above terms YOUR COLD IS DANGEROUS BREAK IT UP NOW B cold is readily catching. A run-dowsystem is succeptible to Germs. You owe it to yourself and to others of your household to the Germs at once. Dr. Bell's is fine for Colds and Coughs. It loosens the Mucous, stops the Cough and soothes the Lungs. It's guaranteed. Onn fi-jPiue-Tar-Honey During: January AND ; February Only Eegulsr Annual Bargain Period Limited to These Two Months. f JUST ONE-HAL- F REGULAR PRICE Subscription orders at. this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular Courier-Journa- i Agent in this district. ly 25c. at' rour Druggist. FREE TO FARMERS By special arrangement the Ratekin Seed House of Shenandoah. Iowa, one of the oldest, best established seed firms in .1 .! ?n m men oig me country win man a copy uir .1 Illustrated Seed Catalogues. This book is complete on all farm and garden seeds. It tells how to grow big yields and all about the best varieties of Corn for your locality; also Seed Oats, Wheat Barley, Speltz, Grasses, Clovers, Alfalfa, Pasture Mixtures, Seed Potatoes and and all other farm and garden seeds. This Book is worth dollars to all in want of seeds of any kind. IT'S FREE to .all our readers. Write for it todajr and mention this paper. The address is RATEKIN'S SEED HOUSE, Shenandoah, Iowa. JULIUS MILLER, MT. VERNON, KY. j SEEDS st :r: - Courier Journal Co., Louisville. Ky. J-a- " - r. Chamberlain's Coigh Remedy! The Motheks' Favorite l tf I u ni$h uiaLrnond 3 J!f WB The Jolly- - ., Drop rrJtto rMiamVior1ain' PrtllOrh Remedy to my children wl en they j have colds or coughs," writes Mrs Vandergrift, Pa. Verne Shaffer, always help them and is far suIt perior to auy other cough medicine i' have used. I advise any-- ! one in need of such a medicine to "give it a trial." For sale by all j ' dealers. ( The Ntw Pads For SWANM Now J Tall Tip ?cy TIats For You. Children Cry QAST.ORTA CASXORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR s. M MT. VERNON SIGNAL! Mt. Vernon, Ky Dec. 11 1914 -- you get my money saving magazine Club offers? Write for LEYEL UKEEiN. " catalogue sent ree on request. I L. M. T 79 79 wrier! wan toCommunl cate SIGNAL up No. with 79 Mt. Veinon, Ky. The Pictorial Review,' the greatest magazine of Fashions 111 the world. 51.00 per year. Miller. The revival that was being -- con- Sale for Belgian Fund 'Continu'ey L. M. . Miller, Agt. v. - fc f Mt. Vernon, Kv. TO-DA- Y Mr. Ro'ot. E. Wooks, state di 1: Stanford to- tOUtSVtLLC &. N ASHVILLC R B. CO. rector, wiSl sye-iiUntil all presents will have been delivered. morrow si 2 p :n . ; u,v.aif vy.f Kr.ini , TIME TABLE. good roads gi-- t urn'.Iy and Boone suggest to those who have yet made their 22 uottn 504pm Way in paiticV.hr. A number 3:50 a m 24 norm fiom Rockcastle aud adj jining purchases to come to our menrs wear store and look over w soutn ' counties will attend am 21 South :1 our new holiday line of .Notice: T. - '.- to notify all Landrum, Agent. parties that I am i.ot responsible Tas. Phone No. 8. tor any obiigati 11 or ueiu ncurr-iparcnt- s :i at Ocalu. Mrs, A. U..I Sickly children .need White's o.r fnr O.IJlfAJLS TT... the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice ed by my wite,..g. es Mullins aim Sowder has been Very Entered at '"' " l.'M Al TJtJT? , , not only ,1 mail matter. ivnarti' liil.JilllMJWIJ as steond-ciass- ! will not pay tno s mie. several unys, uuu is improwug j (..,slmv!j ..,oi!.n. j -- f Mlprp h. anv. . j ...V WW This Dec. 7 14 now. Mr. and Mrs. G. N Bray hut it acts as a strnnovnimr tnnir. ' &2 13AI.LIE ,,.oru Ho.vji f ivim W'ahrl . Rntn ivln'v in lllpsti'in,i(li!)iii1 linniili: PERSOxNAL Print. ., .' '.Tr. n r.iiinoiann.' K-- v niLnt ana, Minuav wiiu iner .. . - 1- iwi bottle. Sold - by John m i"-' nar" n.. .if. i. tp ti i : Ky. Miss Evelyii'Garduer spent the A Los AnelSt CaiiL,, paper, ents Mr. and Ais. J.jL.. 1 liomp- - Kooinsurroaeaa, j week irrLsOuisvillje., ".. -' speaking of the Kidies win collect- - son. Mrs. V. H. Brown and three Cincinnati on ed for the Belgim relief fund says: little daughteis aie visiting her f A teleg'ram received by Judge J. Fish was in Bethurum from Dr. White said. business Tuesday and Wednesday. "Miss Betty Adams (formerly of sister, Mrs. Shannon .Swinford at that a definite answer on 'the hig Mt. Vernon. My), collected Disputauta, Mr. and Mrs. Win. land deal viould be given' a Atty. C. C. Williams is in . in few the trial of an import- $125.58. the largos: ma-'- by any Hurst attended' "the'' Baptist 5th days.. is cot as bright of the solicitors." fEdttor. The Sunday meeting at Pine II HI last ant case . as it might be but we still have Saturday and Sunday. R. L and Mrs Hill,, of Covington, Ky., article should read "Miss Elizabeth T. J. Brown - drove - over from hopes that the deal will be a go. state president of Rebecca Lodge, Adams. Somerset and ate. Thanksgiving visited the lodge here last week. perhaps moie than dinner with their .mother Mrs. J.. ' Sick Two Vh'aus With Indiges . Ths season, Mr. John Hibbard, a well known any in the last f v years, will be tion N. Brown- .- Mr-.-. Riley, Pool' of and respected citizen of the Pougo one of practical lc.liiiay gifts. 'It Ocala, has "Two years ago I was greatly moved into one of Div section, died suddenly Tuesday, would appear that the general Lawreiice's tenant 'houses. Mrs. benefitted thru using two or three of' Chamberlain's Tablets," aged 73 years. mas of people, instead of giving Ruth Brown is spending a few bottles Mrs. S. A. Keller, Elida, writes Mrs. Mary Susan Albright, who brother or husband the usual con- days witn Her daughter, Mrs Joe Ohio. taking them I was hundreds of other useful things men and boys really has been in Kentucky for the past glomeration of. uSflo.--s smoking Majors at Bond v. Mrs. hi. E.. sick for two years with indigesfor Christmas, two months, returned to her Col- outfit.s, ash trays and gitneracks, Price returned from a few days tion.'' Sold by all dealers. Monday. soau thing ot a visit with her daughter at Mullins will give Instead orado home last How we can get eight to ten Williams, more useful and praoMc-- nature. Station. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mr and Mrs M. C. miles of Dike each year, is to vote after a week's stay with Mis N0T1CK. Tiiere win tie a meet McWilliatns and little daughter, a special tax of 25 cents on the Williams, returned home irg of the stoci holder-- ; ofit'he Mt Martha, were down from Beel Early shopping always insures better selections. sloo. This would insure enough iast Saturday.. Mrs. Williams con- - Vernon P.,ir Association', at the Lick Sunday and prm the d ty. money each year to meet the State ,tifnnes better; ' Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brown drove the new things. Come in and look Court hou.-e-i- i' allowance, and save any bond is on Saturday, December lgtlt at over from Oitawa Sunday"'" and sue either. By voting this extra ) m. shaip the puipose of spent t'ie day with their tousin tax, then the county could take "We Stand By What You Buy. " LOCAL electing officers lor next jear. Dr. G. B. Lawrence care of tberoads in the usual business There'is other iiup.o-taBall Band Overshoes at Pish'sJ The Ladies Home Jurnai or way and" at the end of five or six stockto be at'endod to and lovas noc. , . . holder's exacted' to be piesent Saturday Evening Post, makes a years we could have two pikes Ladies Hats-anici Xmas present. $1.5o a year thiough the couuty each way and Sutton & McBee and on lime no one would ever feel the burden each. L. M. Milluu, Agt Sensible gilts at sensible prices at Mt. Vernon, Ky. of. any tax. A bond issue, howWe 'tired in l;- -t weeks issue The Home of Good Clothes. ; Fish's ever is- Still better, because ,we Mrs. R. B. Mullins entertained tliar Dr. Webl.- - of Livingston could havrcthe roads-ah- d. be irsing If its wpruby man or boy get would be a e.ind;d&.tet- - fof-- ' Repre- the members-o"tire "B.Y P. U. them during the five orstx years it at FisVs' 4 sentative and .would 'likely have a Wednesday evening. Thtre were wu .. i;i 'inKCKrTvT. . . wuuiu ij;tu iu wail iu geu tuein . We were a litte pre- aboutfisty present. The owning clear traV. Ladies $20.00 No-- matter by the special tax. H 3cc$ae&3eck & one for all Sutton S: McBer. mature in the latjer part , of that was'a most p!ea-ais- donetha State will pay how it g lines. as E Bullock, the Ry Britton.s new home is neap- fisatemejDt, saddlery drummer, big present in the playing ofpiogram half. The columns of this paper "of An. important part of the hearted ing completion. are open to the people foF suggesHansford, has declared himself a was ttie refreshments. 1 tions Since half of the money Gifts to please him at prices to candidate' and says he will be in J will be .giveu us to build roads, V: you at Fish's. please LIVINGSTON PRESBYTERthe fight to a finish. why not get busy. Get warmed up Ky IAN CHURCH. Get into one of the new Macki-nawsto conditions and take advantage Mrs. R. S. Beasley, who will jSMEer The special series of meetings Fish's and keep warm. of the situation, before it is too coun- will begin Sunday, Dec begin teaching school at her 3th, 11 Children's Cloaks as low as 98c. late. COMPLETE LINE try home near Orlando, Ky,, the a.m. iN ignt service at 7 p. m. Sutto"n & McBee. JPCOVW Lomns, uasneis ana Kooes r. first Monday in January. i91s, is every night thereafter until Sun 3&&ttE?ViEmi sx Children take Ballard'sHore-hounT. J. Niceley will raise his etideavoiiug to build a churph in day 20th. Let us work and pray Hft; Mail, Telegraph or Tele- Syrup willingly because house to two story. . that vicinity. Any persons de for these meetings. ' Remember ittastsnice. There isn't a better phone orders Promptly A few mor-- i 12 5o Ladies Coats siring to contribute to'the church the world needs Christ and if we remedy anywhere for children's y ' fjf-v-iiffFilled A fund caif send it here to Mrs have Christ, we have that which coughs, hoarseness and bronchitis & McBee's. for $5 85 at Sutton Beasley at once. The farmer world needs therefore we are It's a good medicine and easy to All kinds of Rings, Lockets residents of old Rockcastle county the take, price 2.5c, 50c and $1.00 " , debtors to the world. per bottle. Sold by John Robins, and other Xmas Jewelry at Fish's. should lend their aid to this great Rnv. J no M. Macmillan. Brodhead, Ky. Men's Overcoats at reduced work and their names will be inacfor a boy's Sutton & McBee. scribed on a tablet to remain per- McFARLAUD MEMORIAL prices. manently in this church. Hindu-Lyn- x PRESBYTKKIAN CHURCH count would be a $25.00 Ladies YOURSELF For Infants and Children, Coats for 15. in blact and brown. Next Sunday's services: ten-sp- ot From Dirt, Dust and Drudgery is a good FcR Sale.- - -- For the man or The Kind You Have Always Bought Sutton & McBee. Sabbath School 9 45 a.' m. woman who has desire to conveit the acplan to ling a S9 .frtn. Young Peoples Missionary Louis Cooper is getting along his or her rent receipts into a Bears the 3 war' iK!' 'i3 w&JUM Signature of Union 4 "p. m nicely with his new home in the home, I am offering a substantial count of the youngsChristian Endeavor 6.30 p. m. Asher addition. four room cottage located near Combination Pneumatic Sweeper ter and then let Prayer Meeting every .Wedneswork is up for F. L. graded school building in Livings-tor- , Heartburn is a svtnptom of in The Irame Release from broom drudgery from the strain of movday 7.30 p. m. himself digestion. Take a dose of HER-BINbuild ing and lifting furniture and from scattering !i good water in yard. Will Durham's new home, corner Lov-ell- 's of dust and germs tnat are raised by the use of the broom Next preaching service win be in such cases. The" pain and Richmond. large enough to suit Lane make the lot and the old fashioned carpet sweeper, cart be attained by take Some disappear instantly. The bowels the use of the Dunt.cy' Combination Pneumatic purchaser. I have two ol these held Sunday 27th. will preach at Rev. So ward Sweeper, which, Jthough easily operated by hand, The first week of January 19i5, operate speedily and you feel line, pleasure in saving for sa'e. Terms: creates powerful suction force which draws out ell the dirt vigorous and cheerful. Price 50c. Rose Hill, church next Saturday cottages, both and dust found in your rugs and carpets and at the same s U balance payable in is the week of prayer held by all Sold by 1John Robins, Brodhead, $300. down, . others in spending evening and Sunday morning. nme me revolving orusn piers up ail unr,.pins. tnreaas, churches. We propose to makei Ky. two years. Waite me. rarelings, etc this a week of prayer combined Bargains in Men's edd coats. all depends how J. W. Sams, 11 I3 14. THE OUNTLEY SWEEPERS arejnade in three sizes and sold Sutton & McBee. Box 44 under a rigid guarantee for one year. You may try a Dunt-le- y effort. Fuller 'Wheezing in the lungs indicates Livingston, Ky. with off in your own home for 10 days Free of Charge. that phlegm is obstructing -- the air you information later. For Sale- Six full blooded Hore-houn- d For mote detailed information write TODAY Ballard:s Rev. Jno M. Macmillan. passages. Suppose The Crosby Trio will give a Duroc Jersey sboats. Syrup loosens The phlegm yourself Ramhv Richards. Concert at the Graded School, so.that it can be coughed up and you open an accouut ior POSTED. ejected. Price 25c. 50c and Si. 00 your boy here ? Pie will Duntley PneuoiatfC bweepr Why pay regular prices for Friday evening, Dec. nth.- The per bottle. Sold by. John Robins, We, the undersigned, strictly heve guaranteed security CHICAGO LZ. 6501 S. State Street you can members of this trio are all musiyour men's clothing when Brodhead, Ky. ard get a liberal interest cal artists and should command a foroid hunting or tresspassing in buy ayouJT own pricef at any way upou our premises and , as well. "L. . Sutton .& McBee's. large audience Tickets on sale will prosecute to the extent of the ' x; at C C Davis Drug Store. The The members of the Rose Hill following excellent program will law any one guilty of so doiugi '" ,A"f TORNFY-'AT-LAa large Mrs. Josie Davault, W GtHya-ngdchurch have purchased rendered: MT., VERNON." KY,' new bell which will soon be inDavid Hysinger, J. J. Hysinger PROGRAM Make a Deposit with us today stalled. . Jack' Hysinger, J ' I6TQFFICEV On 2rd. 'floor fo Trio r Gus Staverson The Bankof MtfVerrion , on Churcli Grieg T. B. Lair, What did Dr.Gouger charge for, t Peer Gynt Suite. . SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO T. N. Noe, Hunt heirs street. Special attention given MORNING setting your leg? to collections. W. M. Do well. . , ases death He sent me a bill for $500. FLORIDA-CUBA-NEWORLEA- NS Phone No. 80 ' anitra's dance For" $500! He must be a bone A well illuminated store room is AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. ' Piano grafter. good advertising and a. successful . .T. McDowell Polonaise TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL HETURN LIMIT. busii.pss man,, who always figures r There is talk in Chicago of us- Cello"" -PRIVILEGES. FAVORABLE STOP-OVE- R r his advertising ag one the import-a- t ing Eastern time, but one half the JL Popper Gavotte XX VJUUUVU people are opposed to it for fear Trios EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED t parts of his business! In the they will have to go to bed earlier Menuett from "L'Arlesienne" well lighted, attractively arranged MT. VERNON, KY, For Particulars Apply to Any eiid the other half are opposed to 'Bizet hllSinttSS llOllSP iS wlifrA vnn fitifl McKenzie, Jonas it for fear:they'will:fiave toget up Fron tRoomsover Baker's Store Liebesffaume (a flf.t Major)Liszt ' Ticket Agent or Address President ttie evening crowds, and if your Phone 49-' Hungarian Dance earlier. -- - . Brahms storehose is not nnft nf.t-hnUnOR )K H. C. KING, Pass'r and Tickt-Age- it ,The Governors of Tennessee, Geo. S. Griffin, 101 East Main SL, Lexington, Ky. " '..VanGoens!1161,80- - Sotnellliag io Scherzo. Kentucky, g0NGS T'linois, not always iu good taste but the . Indianat ,is Geo-g- ta and F orida will meet in Nymphs and Fauns . . Bem'berg s!lowier and more attractive a BETHURUM &. LEWIS W.L Richards. Chattanooga Junua'ry js.t.to adopt Em E. Smith business housP can be made, the 'Tts Spring Attorneys at Law Cashier j more .visitors that house will have a co perailve plan lots a good rpRl0 ' FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S and the more visitors, the more Offices in, Bethurum Bldg. roads movement. The call was isScherzo from E Minor Trio 1 Victor C Tate,' Schutt gooefs sold. sued by Gov. Ralston of Indiana, Will practice in all the Courts c " 1-- - ducted at BurnetLs.Gliapel by Mr Saturday, Dec 12tb, by girls of and Mrs. Reggan 0 Somerset Langdon ..School:-Good- swill, be night. Mrs. delivered if desired. "Orders, for last Sunday closed W, T. DeBord who bus been so following list .of 'articles will be seriously ill is slowly improving taken : j Mr. V. I Burnett Light Bread, spoilt Tuesday night with Mr. and Steamed Brown-Bread- , Miss Mar- Mrs. W. H. Brown. Beaten Biscuit, garet Jones who ha been in Olcla- Cakes, ', ' homa for the past four yearsys Dough NjitSri. s now with her father here for a'pr&s ancfCandv' few days stay. Miss Georgia Orders may be left at the Dorm-GentrSaturdaytitory of Quail, spent the phone. 5.4 night and Sunday with her aui.t.4 Two weeks from todav is Xmas. 0, I. Mrs Mrs. J. L. Nioelev. Mullins and little son Wood row Sheriff, Curt Robinson of Gar- of last week with her rard County is dead speut most , y er A MEKRY CHRISTMAS ONLY TWO WEEKS Let us r not . 1 -- , ;- " l-- iUi-l.IN- ' . Cheney Silk Neckwear Phoenix Silk SoxWool Sweaters c r2-ii-- 2t. -o- 1 - i '- Cat-lettslmr- g i- e The-outloo- Arrow Shirts Warm Gloves Swann Hats And want J Give Him Something to Wear. at , 1 fr nt s I - f -- Suts-for.$io..- ., '.... nt - 0gk yr$&&3&&c$a GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER 1 at Brodhead ; 1 zo-jjj&- d Really Good Boost bank It start :$Dc3c3eo: zmmy, j nwmFmmmm& j PSlfeiiL . CASTORIA DIVORCE him E it up boys t - It -- - start them i2-"ii- 2t. Agents Wanted! u . jM -- 'C. Williams, WINTER TOURIST TICKETS -- xDc3g3:' du Dentist rr 2A. The Bank of JVlt. Vernon , n iyptyyc Vice-Presid- Children Cry Children Cry Asst-Cas- CASTOR1A CASTOR1A LV." f -- ' 4. .'N, . K . t. 1$ Pine Hill. Ky , Nov. 30, i9r4. To the Editor Mt. Vernon Signal. 3.32 35 $ PEOPLRS $ Dear Edgar:-W- ill 3 97 M 25 you. please find space in G.55 i25 It will wear you out instead. Ap- your columns for a fev words from will Show the 6 05 40 plv some Sloan's Liniment. Need t Miller, F P i5 5.73 Pine Hill I want to tell yonr not rub it in- --just let it penetrate McQueen, R Blows ! the 7.O2 readers about the wonderful sucparts, re75 .$ $ all through the ettected draw the .'Notihun, W M lieve the soreness and. 3 97 cess of our Fifth Sunday meeting 50 Pigg, Hiram pain. You get ease at once and held with the" Baptist Church at 75 5 26 feel so much better you want to go Sears, W A 4 49 Pine Hill Nov 28 and 29th: 50 right out and tell other suffers Smith, Henry On Saturday evening we had a 2 2Q 18 about Lloau's Get a bottle, of Spires, Sarada" of the the Wonderful large attendance and a number of $ Sloan's Liniment for 2a . cems of CKOOKED CREEK PRECINCT The Kind You Have Always Bonght, and which has been able speakers, and discussed the anv druiiirist and have it in the in use for over 30 years, lias borne the signature of $ house against Colds, bore and Allen, C E 35 7 vz evils of intemperance, and the ana lias ueeii iiuiuo uuuur 111s perSwollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciat- - yen Arch 1y- -t 100 z. i0 95 proper attitude of church memsonal supervision since its infancy. ' Your like ailments ica and 7&cctfM Allow no one to deceive you in this. iO.Ol bers toward it 125 tN It seemed that bm monev back if not are but AH Counterfeits, Imitations and $ does give almost satisfied, reliefit A!'u "Mat 5.22 every uian was aroused to a new 40 Bowles, "instant Experiments that trifle witn ana enuanjrer xno neaun ot 5 09 sonse of his duty toward 40 the Carpenter, Boyd Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Buy a bottje to day. 6.5 1 gteat evils of this curse intempcr-auce- . 200 Thos Dougherty, $ 80 4.49 May the Gtvtr ol all gcod Gregory, Fred 11.20 gifts hasten the day when we shall Conley 250 Hale, $ Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PareEvery Banking Facility 5 73 have nation-wid- e 60 prohibition. Martin, W A goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Jlorpliino nor other Narcotic 4.6i 40 Saturday night the house was Morris, James Worms substance. Its ap:e is its guarantee. It destroys years 50 4.oi filled to its full capacity and then McGuire, Chas it allays Fevcrishness. For more than thirty and 5 09 could uot hold the people. Las been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, The Singleton, Willis 20 $ Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething- Troubles and 4 77 singing was excellent and the the Convenience of the People $ 30 Tincher, Preston Diarrhoia. It regulates the Stomach, and Bowels, spirit of prayer seemed to be presOF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. I or one of my deputies will on ORLANDO PRECINCT. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. ent with God's children. Rev. Monday Dec 28, i9i4 between the 9.731 A. J, Hike, one among the oldest 100 hours of 9 o clock a. in. and 4 Adams, J J ALWAYS 80 li 30' of our ministers in the Rockcas-il- e GENUINE o'clock p. m. (it being county Anderson, W F 3 63 i2 !$ Association, bnt still strong, $ court dsy) at the front .door of the Atiuerson, j v $ $ PEOPLES $ BANK Bears the Signature of 5 o7 both mentally and I3 Physically, KenBakei, Jas-- " Court house in Mt. Vernon, tucky, offer for sale to the highest Drew, S A .1 town lot 4 44 preached a great sermon that 1 town lot 5.88 seemed to 2ive spiritual food. to a id best bidder the following Evans, Geo 3 98 all. 15 Floyd of land for taxes due the Jackson, I12 3 56 Johnson, Gay On Sunday, in spite of the rain, county and state. 2.99 they gathered at 9:-i- a. m. and 10 Jordon, Jim Tnis Due. 4, 16I4, 4.87 discussed the best methods of 40 Meadoys, Mrs Wm CAM MUI&INS, i Mullins, Taylor (heirs) 100 3.58 Churches of our AssociaS R. C. 6.2i tion in the support of missions. Years i00 Singleton, M T In Use For Over EAST HIT. VERNON ORECINCT. )e CINTAUR COMRANV. MKW VOWK CITY. i4.49 This seems to be one of the Cain, Thomas (heirs) 548 Number Tax & 1 .Name 4.44 ,of the advancement Acres CoSt Tredwavj Henry 1 0.65 of i00 Williams, '(heirs) of Christ. the Kingdom 5 832 Asbill. J F 1 town lot 4.44 Alcoru, DC "The Failure in Supporting MissLIVINGSTON PRECINCT. 18 1 town lot iiaker, J A 5 5.75 ions," was well discussed by 75 1 4.23 Baker, 80 Barnes, Mrs J H evs. Allen, Pike, Cliff and Clotise 4.07 NR40 Baker, Alford Barnes, Ed 636 45 4 73 At 11 a m., the gifted. Rev. D. 47 Browning, Elbert 20 pBHSHM Bostic, OP 5 75 Edgar Allen, preached lor us, i25 Bullock, T F WM Clontz, 35 4 68 picturing Christ as a babe of Beth75 Bussell, Geo 1 towu lot Cheek, Chas 4 09 5.38 lehem, of Gethsemane, on the 75 Clark, Thomas YouCanMakeYoarHouseMore Attractive 12 98 60 Coffey Gatie 72 4.6i cross, in the tomb, arisen and asCollins, Jim 4 4fc44 Clark, I H 11.80 cended, with great power that With 230 Handsome Babbitt Premiums M 2 29 Dess, T 12 Cummins, Champ very hearts of H 1 town lot 39.37 seemed to melt the 2 2 09 Dickerson, J Huff, H M The good women 01 2.99 sinners. i5 6 40 Engrara, Seth 40 Howard, Mat. 10 6.70 Pine Hill had prepared a basket 7 00 Fields, S E .Johnson, G C I5 2.5o dinner that all were invited to TEN-CEN- T 1 town lot can of Babbitt's 3.20 Gentry, John E Kirby, 0 E 4 io04 nartake of at i2 in. Bro. Pike i400 Hamilton Bros pure lye is paid insurance against 21 Kirby, J D 3.95 " 5 73 siid he never say anything in the 75 Hensley, Hambal 1 town lot Kirby, Mamie dirt or germs: guaranteeing clean 2.01 3.56 way of a basket dinner to surpass 80 Liveaay," W E 72 Ingle, John 70 14 sinks, and thoroughly sweet and 164' it, in quantity or quality. The 48 5 82 Ingle, Link iO MordisvV M sanitary conditions in the home, and 2.29 afternnoon was given to Sunday Nit 30 4.59 Jones. H'E 50 Overbay, John Tlte subjects: work 6 69 School in your barns, kennels or hen houses. 28 2 3.32 Kelley. S E Payne, T M at1 Can We Bet Improve the 4.61 "How 30 3 32 Kins. Mat iO Rash, Abney If you will write we will send you a 3.59 Teaching in our Sunday Schools" '30 65 7.52 Lamb, Joe Stephens, W F by a book Absolutely Free telling a hun3O 4.63 and "The Benefits Derived, Lay, James 2I stokes, J W 9.63 Suday School, in the 2 93 Good 15 . Little, Mark dred uses for Babbitt's Lye; also our i3 Shropsbine, Henry 3.95 Church.'' These subjects were 3.32 Lovings. R L 5 premium catalogue illustrating beauWEST MT.VERNON PRECINCT. NR 36 13.88 well discussed by the Revs. Allen Leavell. J B tiful and valuable presents exchanged Number Tax& Marshal, Gabe 5.26 Cliff and Pike. We feel that the Nan,e- 3 Cost Acres for coupons. Chas. C. Davis I12 8.3I Church at Pine Hill has been Chas. C. Davis Sam 28.7 Miller, 1 town lot Adams, LB Mt , Vernon much benefited by this meeting, 40 638 Mink, J H Mt. Vernon Carpenter, Steve l' town lot 5.21 messengers fn.ra and we trust that Ky. 100 Ky. 20 Hunt, P Y 9.ii Moblev.RL the various churches and all the I0.S9 13O WB 6.55 Mobley, 3O Pitman, Acy BABBITT 4.04 visiting brethren and sisters have B.T. 13. The Great Soap Maker WM 1 town lot 5.20 Mounce. Smith, J H ' 20 2.45 been much benefited by our comMcCormick, Geo BABBITT'S LYE The Best Home Soap Maker 35 Taylor, J L thirty-nin- e. ing together, and will carry the is Phone 2O Simon Highest in Strength but not in Price 10c 1 town lot Taylor, J R i0.46 Parker. 55 7.74 blessings and knowledg they have Ponder, J G 7 o'clock and open shop ROUNDSTONE PRECINCT. 3.65 received at this meeting to their i5 P. O. Box 1 776 New York City Robinson. Garrett Number Tax& vr homes and churches and impart open shop till 9 o'clock p. ",e WALNUT GROVE PRECINCT Cost Acres THE BEST GROCERS HANDLE BABBITT'S LYE them to others. We give God all c 3 65 3i Adams, JiHsha 3.95 Baron, DB 5 the glory. 6.1I 14 58 Bradley, Wiilie .52 Adams, P J are cordially welcome in our 15O J W. Hilton. .'.75 5.28 Berry US 180. . 2i.99 Hall. GW Rockplace any time during our shop i84 6.U7 Chairman Executive Board 9 44 Kirby, J T Boyd, W M 38 castle Association. 5 46 25 hours. Chasteeu, H T 40 7.94 Mink, Willie to sell you 2.99 !.5 Mink, Jim Doyle, C A NR 67 4.88 oh anything yon 3? 54 Denham, J W 3.97 Mink & McClure 4i . FOR FLETCHER'S 63 4.59 how we do like to sell you iO.Ol Mink, WD you Fink, Bruce NR Il3 GIVEN QUICK RELIEF 3 g5 .25 Nichols, T B 1 20 Fish, Volicy 7.43 do us show you. 9.44 Pain leaves almost 7o i75 u.54 Brumett, E JGrant, James 6.40 Oliver, RW 45 as if by magic when 1 town lot 5.o9 5 90 Burton, Roht 80 you begin using 112 ALLEN "37" $895 Griffith, Minerva 4.87 Oliver, J M 3 32 the famousold DEALER in each 25 WE WANT a 6 48 Bullock, J W 5" Hayes, Mary E 5.51 Renner, M F NR40 remedy for Rheumatown in Southern Ohio, adjacent territory in V. C. 56 and entire State of A Mrxinia, Southern Indiana 5 26 4 63 Bullock, John 50 tism, Lumbago, Gout, 8'J 11 1 3 Renner, Tom .'. Kidwell, T D Kentucky to take on our line ot LEWIS, ALLEN Sciatica, Neuralgia 4.24 NR 4.5 atiJ METZ automobiles. Our cars SELL Rood, I3O 7 2I Brovn, WR Rice, M A 15 and kindred troubles. Waddle, F F EB.isiy the owners, anil you make MONEY. Kr..m Vernon 4o 8o7 Cash, WL This is a good chance 3 70 $:73 up; alio one at ?l'J3. It goes right to the McCollum, C A 8 94 Roberts, SN ........60 4i fur an established Auto Dealer to take on a 848 spot, stops the aches nilHngham, Willie loo 150 line of popular cars, or for a live i0 40 3 pains and 673 Shiplett, FM : Hl'STLER with a little money and backing to jret MilthlH 11 and worth living.makes Proctor: Jess Evans, John E 1 town lot 468 Write business. life Get intp a first class Factory Representa 5 75 Pullins, G W 25 quick for particulars to the BROWN PRECINCT a bottle of Farris, Susie . . . . i town lot 4 19 E MOTORS COMPANY. today. A booklet with 29 3.32 Bloomer, Henry Peters, Roberts Ninth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 7.67 Harris, E L 50 7.52 7s each bottle gives full 20 3,32 Bustle. Laikin :4 3.2o Halcomb, Margaret directions for use. Ramsey, Gale 4.24 ?5 Don't delay. Demand Rich, W M 6 40 Dethridge, Geo 45 3 89 MR 3o 83 4.49 Hicks, T J Don't acMrs. McClain's Experience Riddle, C W. 6 38 7i9 Evans, DO 4o cept anything else in 27 4 49 Hiatt, A M .55 With Croup. place of it Any drug 5 78 3 Roberts, Jeff 125 7 444 767 Howard Joe Hamm;Joe.. gist can supply you. If you live too far "When my boy, Ray, was small 3.63 Lewis, J F :." 30 from a drug store send One Dollar to Robinson, John .' 100 00 I5.56 Howard J. L. '77i he was subject to croup, and I Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co., Newark, Sparks, Robt 3.97 Metcalfe, CC 7 43 Howard J C 4 was always alarmed at Mich times, 32 NRi78 31.72 Ohio, and a bottle of will be, Thomas, James 4o 5.90 Mize, HG sent prepaid. 6 55 ft always relieved him quickly. I Hoskins' Mat 100 15 Im never without it in the house 25 Thomas, Jim 3.97 lVlize, Sarah E 10 6.55 I50 551 Laswell. W H "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- aor I know it is a positive cure for ' Titus, A W 500 8.74 Morgan, F L Lawrence, R.E ..20 . 9 croup," writes Mrs. W. R. ceived from the use of Thedford's writes Vanwinkle, John 62 477 McClure, J A 21 4.49 3.97 Lnnceford, J ulikn i4 Blairsville, Pa. For sale by Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. Mrs. Ward, Lee OR 20i 25 .6 78 McKtnney, Chas I.O3 all dealers. 5.09 Mayfield, Crosby 50 "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, Wardlow, Noah 200 5.28 KR 25 2.27 141 M'ichial, Jas 70 Poteet, W B My home on Main. liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- hl For Sale. vVren, Lee 58 10.06 3.S8 4 I5 Oliver, C L & Henry 9o Prewitt, James .2 saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, Street, lot 106 by 200 feet near Wrenfroe, .lohn 30 5.28 1 town lot 6.55 Owens, J M NR 7s Reynolds, J F they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's 312 Freight depot in Livingston, all 18O Wren, Chas 5.28 Reynolds, M rs F C 5 42 35 Black-Draug2. 27 Owens, K J 7s ht made them break out, and she has had no necessary outbuilding, concrete Welch SbLu'tes 129 7.47 i9 Payne, TH Thompson, J B 5 more trouble. I shall never be without walks and concrete milk house, 9,64 I23 SCAFFOLD. CANE PRECINCT. 6.72 Saylor.Siin I20 Thomas, Mrs'E J good Cistern. There is a build2.62 4 24.02 Scroggins, Mrs M A 200 Number Tax & Thompson, J L ing lot in front of this property Name 4o Sluscher, D B Acres 3o Cost Todd, Henry 3.95 worth a good deal more ttiairl 3 Anglin, R L & J W i64 2.93 Sowder, John .. 6 2 29 Whitaker; ,Robt would want for all o it, an Ideal 5.73 43 Sowder, WL Anglin, J A 100 24 77 location for Railroad restaurant BRODHEAD PRECINCT. 1 Moonl Vernon Monumental Anglin, Henry Spoonamore, Oscar 70 6.55 Adams, AB $3-4and boarding house or any kind of 8.48 65 Ambrose, Eliza 7 2.g3 Adams, Per in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- 2.29 Spoonamore, S J bus.ness house. $750. down gets NR I3 34 7,i9 Sutton, GS ....1 .WORKS Bowman, J C - r 30. t.tbwri lot 6,38 5.OJ Barns, M M possession balance in two years, I ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar 2 4.4 Thompson, W C Cameron, WD 40" 5.09 Ballurd J M 2.64 8 also own Jot 83 by 103 feet with ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, 1 town lot Yanhook, Nick . 12 2i Benge, Rice of and Uhastetn, WO NR 65 4 61 house 20 by 30 ft, adjoining this 25 6.4p )gl reliable, gentle and valuable remedy, 1 .town lot Vauhook, i2 . 4.44 Boyd, James ...: property which is for sale at a bar- 'VlDEALEK in Marbles ana Croucher, E'F 637 Williams, Susie 37 2.21 NR 2s If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- 50 12.g4 Monuments of all Groucher, S N gain. Reason for selling have Granite 4 3.97 Willmott, AO 4o Boyd, sarah 5.5I NR 50 4.85 IJJ Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e bought other property. . Now is kinds. Estimates furnished Gadrl, Charley POWERS PRECINCT 15 2.93 Brown, Victoria Gadd, J S, Jr., 28 4.07 years of splendid success proves its value. Good for time to buy real estate in Livings- on application. 6.60 Chasteen,D S 15.. 4.1i .28 Brown, W M " Gadd, Hatrison 50 5.92 ton. "Write me. 8.48 Gabbard, Gieen 15. .3 20 jh young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. 12s Gadd; Earnest NR 50 2 16 Brock, James GEO. OWENS Propr. It"! 63.. J. W.Sams, .6oo 2j?7 Garrett, David Gadd, J G 5.22 Brock.Jas 37 Liviugston, Ky. Pone 112 Box 44 , I5 5 09 Jordan, Abney 4.44 Hart, AC 5o - 150 9,u Brumett, Geo VASK j, A Straw Way KEEP IT HANDY FOR RHEU- - Harvey, Mollie MATISM. Holland. G V No use to squirm and wince and Hollingsworth, W . ry to wear out yoar Rheumatism. upper, Die - 60 4 85 Children Cry for Fletcher's Wind Have you' Noticed Growth I Just-as-goo- d" SAFE AND SOLID there's a reason. Sheriffs Land What is CASTORIA - AMPLE RESOURCES For Sales Fori axes Use Us CASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 fMu WANT great-hindrance- s WHEN YOU 5-9- 0 5'-9- 0 the Genera? Merchandise go A Farm Implements to J0NAS!N1cKENZ!E THE OLD RELIABLE 4 1 5 DRUGS No. (39) 7 3-2- 0 My run We at a.m. m. You Dealers Wanted at RHEUM A TIC SUFFERERS Children Cry We don't want CASTORIA don't want, but, my what want. Let CHAS. DAVIS i s," wide-awa- 9 Mt. quick-sellin- money-makin- g Ky. tiies-KIO- TON 21-- ...... ft s" 9 : 8-- Mc-Clai- 2 5 J J J j J J Saved Girl's Life Black-Draught," 6-5- 9 5 J J 5 5-7- 3 THEDFORD'S 5-o- 9 5-5- 8 BLACK DRAUGrll .,-- -5 5 ...... J a fl Manufacturer i tt ...... B 11-I3-- 3-0- 5