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Mount Vernon signal: January 15, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915011501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: January 15, 1915 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVIII. jiNlil JII1I I ! latum BA THAT, ARE UNUSUAL Ilflt M Established : '887 , MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY JAN. 15, 1915 to Mt. Vernon, Sunday, tjss; Ssk where justice was meeted, hve SlBfi R S tsiss Plan SEISSsS DjS- Wt$r&K d& years iu the pen. We understand W&& 9 a. sasga fe5gr? tsL . at &3 ryyq osb ,tw. itrrs' ? filMRPre-SiteSqllKSK&vj&&,s.& he wnsone of a srane of five. T;vo $4ECTSiEm tJ large stores have been burned in t?9 HJ the le.v past months here and we S'aSCW, believe this istbe key to the mystery. The Sunday School at the Christian of Bowstring Sunday inchurch broke the record We want you to make quality attendance. The roll with the thread call showed 195 present. W. A. Six Cord Spool Cotton and compare it you are now using. W e knov that if you Trill once use Warren, who was hurt at Winseems to be improving. Bowstring thread, you Trill say that r.i other thread chester Edgar Allen filled his reguRev.D cqu&l&fe&i strength, smoothness and freedom frcmd( fects. lar appointment at the Baptist The Sea Island cotton used in Bowstring thread has a church, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, go to housekeepI. fibre longer and finer than any other cotton in the world. ingW. Catlin will Mansion Hotel. in the River Dressmakers say that Bowstring is so free from defects, that Mis. C A Blanford and daughwith it they can run their, machines all chy long without ter, Miss Ella Mae, after ? few visit with friends a skip or a break. ' The price jg as usual 5c a spool. days'and Parksville have in Louisreturned ville ' home. Mrs. L. G. Pa' in and child-dre.. ..i-- . ...j.-.-m- a;vrK3;xa9lBBwMgmrw e3. .3 KUSXSJii a iiS wastakn MMIMiaw W,M XUMBER 14 test RGA AND N S EXTRAORDINARY '.: -- n Hill. are visiting relatives at Pine S. C. Franklin, L. & N, j n ii in mifi ii ii i in imn ii ii ' m& This coupon will buy at cur store a 5c. spool of Bowin string thread. But the coupon must bo crder to get the spool as we must send lo the tnanufacturer We want v. coupon for every spool put out in this way. ou to know by actual experience the high quality of Bowstring thread. This coupon is rpod for pne week only be ginning to-da- y. " .. - a r 1 Bvopy Transaetion in fafll gante is for the best J4 . Whose cu Interest -- Intorcata Rro First and Foremost T Om our With Us Recognizing the fact our customers, not only require, but insist upon the best service and absolute safety We would sanction no transaction which (I'd not, in every way, make for the best Interests of 'our cus tomers watch inspector and little son, Bernard M , were here between trains Sunday, enroutehome from Bertha, Ky. R. G. Moore, who Jives on Trace Branch, has sold to J. P. E. Drummondg in the year 1914, 12s lbs. butter ?nd I85 dozen eggs, total amount received, for eggs and butter $125.00. Now. who can beat this? Mr. and Mrs. P, M. Prest6n, of Cincinnati.Ohio, were here here Sunday, enroute p Quail to see Mrs. Preston's mother Mr. Andrew Herron, who is very sick. Mrs. Sallie Cottongin, of Pine Hill, is visiting Mr. and Mrs G. S. Griffiin W. H. Cottogim. Sunday. Mrs. was in Geoige Hellard is visiting relatives at Pittsburg, Ky. - Mr. R. N. Owens, who once was a Rockcastle boy, about but y?ars ago removed to Salem, Ind.,is herevi itiug relatives. The negro (flap py Hooligan), who was arrest d here and taken to Mt. Vernon, Sur-dr.was indicted, tried and sentenced to the pen, all iu one day. Judge Bethurum you are O. K ; three cheers for you. Mrs. U. G. Baker, of Mt. Vernon, is visiting Mr. John Mrs. G. S. Griffin. Overbay, who has been very sick for some time is slowly improving. Born to the wife of Mr. Fred Spink a line girl, ou the 9th. Mt-Verno- All Ladies Suits All Men's Clothing All Shoes All Dry Goods Aff Aff Special Prices Hardmare Underwear 25 per cent Below Regular Our stock and our assortment is so large and varied that we find it impossible to describe in type. We offer no baits; we make low prices on anything you may need. y, Remember, "A dollar saved a dollar made. UB fl to-geth- bCBRU YJrfMJjffflffMr L Anything not to your liking is far from our desire. Let us give you a start put your feet on tie. road to safety, comfort and prosperity. Its an easy road to travel once you have started . HOW'S THIS ffer One Hundred Dollars meet the payments of the bonds Reward for any case of Catarrh in the end Then say that Rockthat cannot be cured by Hall's castle county jnst has 3,000,000 Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney &Co., Toledo, O. taxable property but you all know We the undersigned, have known she has more. What would a 20 V. J. Cheney for the last 15 years cts levy bring into the coffers of and believe him perfectly honor- the couuty, 7500 each, year, now transactions add it on but the State would able in all business and liuancially able to carry on any obligations made by his firm. give us after paying the interest for us ou our same bonds which National Bank of Commerce, Toledo, O. would be 6000x$7500 would be H aU's Catarrh Cure is taken in- $13 500 we would pay the first ternal7, acting directly upon the year and it would be less next blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. year and next, as you can readily Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold see, until the bonds would pay for by all Druggists. themselves in less than 8 years. Take Hall s Family Pills for Now with the State pajing sOcts constipation. of every dollar we spend on our roads lets see who would pay the balance of the other oOcts. RoDk-castl- e We 1 their hands and get and be up and doing and give to our county good pikes which every one would feel proud of. Yours, C. C. DAVIS. The Bank of Mt. Vernon V. The Bank that takes care of it's Customers LI V1KGHTON. ian church, Tuesday night, Jan.lg. Proceeds to go to the Christian churches at Brodhead and LivR: B. Sams, of Paris, was here ingston. Everyone come out and latter part of last week. Bert lets give them a goo 1 crowd, as eems to be improving slowly. this is local talent and should be We hope he will soon be his old patronized. The series of meetself again. Miss Carrie Ponder ings at the Christian Church. conis very sick at this writing R.L ducted by Evangelist J. R. Miller, Rock county is very fortunate inThomas, of Winchester, the saw closed last night. There have been 07 additions, 28 were bapdeed to have the L. & N. Rail mill man, was here Tuesday. Bro Miller is a Koad Co., in its moving into the tised Sunday. running M. E. Mullins is Could Do thru our couuty bounds,way, who fine speakei and has had a good two Woodall property orT Main street. pay something like 43 per cent Ben Criffin, who has been visit- meeting at this place. May lie still ccntinue the good work. of .all the tax in the couuty, then ing bis brother, Claud, near White we have three incorporated towns Oak. has return d. John Mahal- - Mrs. Celia Turpin has returned BY $100,000 from Mt. Vernon, where she has namely, Livingston, Brodhead and fey is very low at this writing. BOND ISSUE Mt. Vernon, who would pay 32 per The dispatchers' clock that trains been for the past week visiting cent of all the taxes paid in the past six- relatives and having dental work have been run by for the done. The Rev. D. Edgar Allen county, making 75 per cent of the teen years, was removed Tuesday placed in filled his regular appointment at Mr. Editor, what our people are taxes of Uockcastle . county paid by S, C Franklin and the ticket office. John Riddle,, the Baptist church, Saturday and want ng to know I believe, is, if by the L. & N. R. R. Co.. and the the flour man from Brodhead, was Sunday. J. E. Woodall, the hust we should issue bonds how we three incorporated towns within. here Saturday. -- W. M. Preston, ling salesman of London, was with could ever pay for them, without The L.& N. nor a single one of the ourselves. Well I incorporated towns would receive of Louisville, is here preparing.to our merchants Tuesday. There bankrupting is a series of meetings going ou'at will endeavor to answer this ques- one penny of the road money as move his household goods, to that city. I. W. Catlin is on the sick Sand Hill, conducted by the Rev. tion satisfactory. At a stated you know the L. & N. don't use list this week. Mrs. J. WVTerry, Clouse, assisted by Elder Richard meeting of our last Legislature dirt roads or pikes and the incorenacted a law porate towns have to build their who has been quite sick for some Moberly. Up to the present there they very wisely time is better. Walter Robins, of have been seven additions to the placing a octs tax on all personal own streets. Now that the L. & that good little town of Brodhead, church. A little child of Mr. and and realty property in the state of N. R. R, Co. and, the three incorRev. Albert Mrs. James Wbitaker died Tues- Kentucky thereby creating a porated towns would pay 75 per . was here Tuesday, L. Pfanumuller, of Lexington, will day. Last Suuday morning El. yearly fund of something over cent of the sOctsleft to he paid by preach at the Christian church, Hansel was called to go to Cozatts 600.000 with the automobile li- the county as a whole, what would was cense tax added, making it some- be left foi the larmer to pay? It D. (being a flagman) and Saturday the 16th- .- Mrs, Cook, who has been quite sick, is passing the store of G. S.' Griffin thing near 700,000 and the Legis is plain to see that 75 per cent of greatly im proved. George Owens & Co. at 3:30 a m, he notic&d some- lature further stated that each and oOcts is 37i cts, leaving 12 cis of the monument man of Mt Vernon, one lighting matches in the store. every cotfnty that will put itself every dollar expended on the roads was here Tuesday. A. O. Ca- Knowing this was too early for in an attitude to receive it," may to be paid by the farmer and 87 rpenter was in Mt. Vernon, Mon Mr.Griffin or any one connected draw down 2 per cent of this sum cts paid by the state and corpor day. Allen Mounce is serving on with the store, he investigated every year which would provide ation and incorporated towns, and the Jury from this place. Arthur further and found it was a burgu- - Rockcastle county with $12000 the farmer also gets the roads. Thompson, of I . Verno i, was lar. He went at once to Mr. Grif- - each year. Now then", if we will The State has charge of the build tin's residence and called him and 'issue 100.000 bonds at 5 per cent ing of the roads in every particular here net ween trains, Tuesday, ' "A Noble Outcast," a drama in his son and they all wenl back to you can readly see that the State thereby assuring us that it will four acts by John A. Praser, will the store and captured a negro in alone, will pay 6000 for the inter-th- be alright Our Fiscal Court is house. They landed him in est on the bonds and provide a doing every thug-i- its power-anbe presented by the Brodhead Hamiltonian Society, at the Christ the Jittle red house (jail) and he sinking fudd of $6000 each year to we as loyal citizens should uphold The liver loses its activity at times and needs help. Herbine is an effected liver stimulant. It also purifies the bowels, strengthrestores and ens digestion strength, vigor and cheerful spirits. Price 50c. Sold by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. The Opportunity to Bank with a clean, strong, progressive bank appeals to the thoughtful business man. The Quarterly Report ...... Peoples seeks business your Report of the condition of The Peoples Bank, doing business at the town of Mt. Vernon, Connty of Rockcastle, State of Kentucky at the close of business on 3ist day of December 1914, RESOURCES 8O.16l.41 Loans and Discounts Overdafts, secured and on its record. Via castle Peoples Bank Mt. Vernon, Ky. B 1 unsecured 350.21 P 1 -- G-- . as-h- e e "Kvftr sinrf'tJiMP-ttsT- i waura. ated, mortal man has - had the Capital Stock paid in, "When the Creator made all privilege of choosing rhis asso- 20,000.00 in cash 2,100.00 the eood and beautlf nl things, in . ciates. Surplus Fund 4,511.00 order that they might be truly apUndivided Profits preciated, He then made the beasts Deposits subject to 80,769 47 and reptilei and poisonous insects check Iw IiJuU " JVhen He had finished He had $107,380 47 Total left over scraps that were too bad TkiKMYNliNJUnftlNcit State of Kentucky )V to put In the Rattlesnake, the bm Bears tha ty Hyena, the Scorpion, or the Skunk Signature 01 of Rockcastle ) wfs Jfnmwlm and F. L. so H. placed all these together, We, TJ. G. Baker Thompson Jr. President and covered it with Suspicion, wrapp-i- t Stop the Child's Colds, Thky with Jealousy, marked it with a Cashier of the above named Bank, Often Result Seriously do solemnly swear that the above . Yellow Streak, and called it a Colds, - Croup and Whoeping statement is true to tnebestof our knocker. I "Then, as compensation for this Cough are children's ajlaeats knowleee and belief . took a TJ. G. Baker, President, fearfu! product, He F. L. Thompson jr, Cashier. baainandput it in the heart oi a serious. Don't takte'tW the love of a mother, the you don't have tcv-Dr- .Kind's Subscribed anU sworn to before i9i5. brain of a man. wrapped these in New Discovery. ,chpks- tk Gold, me this 8th day of January hbffi6he: it wUh soothes Jr My Commission Expires Feb. civic pride, covered love, gave it a mask of 23, 1918 ll.869.5i, Due from Banks 5,529.88 Cash on hand FurniBanking House, 7,577.57 ture and Fixtures 1,891 89 Current Expenses $107,380.47' Total 'LIABILITIES F 1 2iS555'552-555s5H5iHCJQBPBB- SB I wAf BV SV HB bbt . The KriOCker TKft Dnnoni- I IIU UUUOlvl "He made him a lover jof fields and flowers, and manly sports; a a bekever in equality nd justice. -- I CASTOKtA aii.-CUUna.- Set-Coun- 1 iJSaSTTErSSSSi - n d E. S.Albright, VtUVttl, Notary Pnblic. called it a Booster Uliuui.day iu. oiC,uu ifajaboUrW-?- . fJ?P$ wwl In-broth- woe. itfAnf DrUMlst. fi&fc fer V. 5g - v r" r ,,&" '- - ' "IHSisJR JgpaP1 SSrpc ;' 4?5sk OBsx- 5q,"va -- "-- 4 .i 8?EW ',4'" ", ..gov - V MT. VERNON . Friday, Jan. SIGNALtatl,7d1to put 15. 1915 rais,: """lm'" Any which trust imposed in Mrs. E. R. tiuiiiry Without, a specific case of atu Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. rjBSCRIPTION'ONK YKAK $I.OO particular board in mind, we pro ceed to analyze, and dissect our State School system 1st." . Our State Bonds form the nucleus of our endow- Advertising rates mace ' application k?ioum on 9 MANY' DISORDERS COM MftHDKR OF PROM Til IS L1VK11 KENTUCKY PKKSS ASSOCIATION Are You Just at Odds with Your sell? Do You Regulate Living? Are you sometimes atodds with yon self and with the world? Do uu wonder what aiis you? True you m.iy be eating regularly and sleeping well. Yet something is 1 thematter! Constipation, Haad during the week. die; Nervousness aud Billious Spells indicate a Sluggish Liver. BlLLlOUSNKSS AND CONSTIPATION Senator Owen, of Oklahoma, The triod remedy is Dr Kings lias introduced a hill asking ConCured. New L fe Pills. Only 2Sat voui gress tonpptopriate fundi for giv If you are ever' troubled with Druggist. biliousness ui' constipation you ing worl: to the unemployed, by Buckleti's Arnica Salve for Skin wi'l be interested in the statement of beginning the coustiuction Eruption. ts U. H. Krwin, Peru, Ind. A I hardly expected highways. It is year a:o last winter I had an HKODHKAl). that such a bill will get thru at ol lr.digvstion followed b bound to conio I this session but its and bihrusness const. pition. some day. It jnst takes a de'uiand The directors of The Brodhead Se ing Chamberlain's Tablets so from the people to have Congress Pair Association met last Monday highly recommended. I bought a t ottle of hem Prerfft.' dc the rinht thing by them. Afkr evening for the purpose of elect right away." and they helped mc For sale by all 'Who is Jones? You ask." ing officers for this year.- The Boone Way is put thru it is confi dealers. dently predicted the government 'Jones pays wha:?" Well you election resulted in rc'aining J.G. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF villbe ready to step in and con land I are pm of .Jones. and the Frith, President: R. H. Haiiim. THE UNITED STATES vert it into a National Highway Jones we are telling you about is Vice Pres , JohnKobins.SecreUry public. Set? A. M. Hiatt. Tieasurer, the only FOR TII1C HASTKUN DISTRICT OF and will therefore pay allepensrs the taxpaying KKNTltCKY fbr the maint 0:1 nice of this great Over one halt of advalorem lax, change being the election of annually, by Jones g:cs into Supeiintendent, K. S. Snivel suc- In the Matter Below is a copy of letter paid road Tin c ..f Bankruptcy from our own Sena- the state tseasurery, solely for the ceeding B. A. Yadon. The dates on the subject Joseph W. Jackson ) of teachers. payment tor Ollie James: S'lt for holding the coming fair are Richmond. Ky., 1 1 1 5 Washington, D. C. 1 county taxation August Add to this the and the manage T- the creditors of .Joseph W for school pui poses, and we have meat will lose no time in lading Mt Vernon Commercial Club, Jackson, of Pine Hill, in the ocun- an aggregate of a sum consider- the foundation for the biggest fair Mt. Vernon, Ky. and district ' ably mure than halt of the entiie ever pulled off here, and that is ty of Rockcastle. Gentlemen: aloresaid. a bankrupt. I am iu receipt of a communica- sum collected to defray expenses saying something too. It is the Notice is hereby given that on nurnose of the directors to enlar tion of recent date from you rela- ot btate administration. said Joseph Space, common courtesy and the grounds in order to accoui mo- - January 8th 19I0 the tive to Senator Owens' Bill You W. Jackson was duly adjudged a may rest assured that I shall re time forbids going into details, re-- date such crowds as we had on the bankrupt; 'and that the first meet Sheriff Rockcastle member 'Boone Way", and if the girding efficiency or inefficiency second day last year, for they re- i'lg of his creditors will be held at opportunity conies wherein I may in the State department, or coun-- ' alize that had the weather man not 1 of the undei'ai ;ned the offu.-I shall be only too glad to ty boards or education. been against us, the people or a aid vou referee in Richmond, Ky.. on do so. With kind regards. lam, "When we stop to consider the part of them, would have been lanuarv tl'2 at 2:'do o. m at which Very truly your ftiend, length that elapsed since forced to climb trees to get breath time thesaid creditors may atteud, TRY THIS FOR NEURALGIA s OLLIE M. JBMES we began to prepuv. to get ready g room. All we ask is three first prove Thousands of people keep on their claims, appoint a ' .. . ?.!class days, and we wll do the rest trustee, n i ft 1 imienng wuu cul"'S"rt VAn ilea examine the ianknmt. f The Knoxville Sentinel pub to beyin, to formulate a school "ot doubting 1 the results. Robert when we note the long! they do not know what to do tor tM lished a good map of Boone Way and transact such other business the - Owens, of Salem, Ind. and George. it. Neuralgia is a pain in torteous way over which the proNE YEA R SIX MONTHS V in last Saturday's issue along wiih as may properly come berore said nerves. What you want to do is Owens, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. were m descriptive reading matter, show cess has be n dragged, we do not me ting. to soothe the nerve itself. Apply w wonder at our blot of illiteracy, guests of th.ir brother, J. M. surface ing that the city, "Gateway to the Sloan's I iniment to the r A. R. BUREAU, Jr. Owens', of this place during the Appalachians" is on the boosting that confronts us on overy side. Referee in Bankruptcy. over the painful part do not rub urier-iJouTn- a! in. Sloan'sXiniment peuetrates The greatest wonder is that our week. Mi. and Mrs. 0. R. Pike of good roads generally and lioone very quickly to the sore, irritated EXCEL.LKNT FOK STOMACH system 1ms not more signally fail- of Corbin, were with his parents Way in particular. nerve and allays the inflammation Titoum.u. Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Pike, last ed than it Ins. Liniment ' Chamberlain's Tab ets are ius Get a bottle of Sloan's Good roads. are ar business asset If our ancestors, and the time week. Walter. Robins was in Livfor 25 cents of any druggist and hue for stomach trim le,'" writes and we believe ' that no stone of honorable decendants had put ingston 011 busi"ess Tuesday. have it in the house against colds (NOT SUNDAY) The Rey. D. G. Combs of More-head- , Mrs. G C. Dunn, Arnold, Pa. "Ii sore and swollen joints, lumbago, j should remeain until we secure the fiat estimate on our educational was bothered with this complaint Ky., has accepted the Pas- for some time and frequently had seintira and like ailments. Your, best highways possible. growth and development, that we satisfied, but Chamberiain's' money bade if not instant relief. then and now place on our material torate of the Christian church this bilious attacks give almost "MT. Vhkxon. The North Gate it does and commercial interests we year, the Rev. R. B. Baker, form Tablets ngorded me great relief to the Cumberlands.' fi st, and from the should todiy stand as the peer of er Pastor, resigning -- J. C. Ditt-man- one bottle of them since takinga QUAIL. I feel like AND of Boston, was a pleasant the most advanced State, in all For sale by all different person." that goes to make a great people. C3ller in our town last Sunday, t dealers. Mrs. Jamima Todd sold a cow "JONES If the energy and eff.irt, that Rev. A. J. Pike hasto this date to J. M. Craig for $24. Mr. Walhas been expanded to build up a received calls to preach for Gilead Quarterly. Report ter Rldr and family of Uubanks, strain of line stock or church, Madisoa county: North registered, are visiting his brother, Elbert f)) Hejnilsr Annual Baruain Period Limited to These to produce the champion blooded Rolling Fork. Boyle county, ScafReport of the condition of The Elder, and W. E Taylor of this fold Cane, Mt. Ziou, Freedom and animal ot the state or nation, or Two Months. Binkot Mt. Vernon, doing busi- place. The infant of Mr. and to produce the finest brand of Brodhead, this county. He in- ness at the town of Mt. Vernon, Mrs. E. B. Herrin has been very -Bourbon whiskey or Burley to- forms us that he has accepted the County of Rockcastle, State of sick but Is better at this time. , ;. Under the heading' we propose first lour named churches. It bacco. I sny, if one half the ONE-HAL- F Kentucky at the close of business Mrs. Green S'.tton of Preacheis-villeto discuss a condition that seems energy and enterpri-- e lias t.eems that older Bro. Pine gets on Dec. 3i, 1014. tint her home ha returned to to prevail at the present time, to been bestowed on " these, 'hud been the more popular he is, and we after six weeks stay with her RESOURCES an extent unprecedented in the expended on books, and buildings are sorry thai he is not able to lid mother, Mrs. Saiah Herrin. Mrs 82,01-12Loans and Discounts days of yeomanry. In the pion- schookand colleges, aud the same all the calls he has. Uncle Tom Sutton is showly improving. Subscription oiders at this rate will be accepted Overdrafts, secured aud eer days of sociability, brotherly pains taken to train high class, Kritli is quite sick this Week. Miss Docia Reynolds remains in G8G33 unsecured love and good cheer. M rs. Laura B. Cable only when sent through regular Courier-Journa- i died at her cleared eyed, sharp wilted, clean J. M.Craig's 5,299 (57 very poor hedth Due from Banks A rank stranger, in ttiose days Aijcnt in this district. blooded, boys and girls, the year late residence Tuesday at 10 p.m. Cash on hand mother aud little daughter, Mamie 4,64i.-1woi'ld ride to the yard fence or health for 1915 would not have found us, sit- She had been in bad have been very sick but ate betfront dor of a lonely several years, and those acquaint- Banking House. Furniuated as we are, with so few Brown and "liel-lo!- " 1.670 25 ter. Mrs James and cry-ou- t hardly ture and Fixtures MT. VERNON, KY. schools and school buildings ed with her condition daughter of Lincoln, spent Sunday The wife, or husband or any dreamed that she would have lived Other Assets not includworthv of the name. Mrs. Docia with their sister member of the family would reso long. For the past few weeics ed under auy of above More than this, our .system of Ttiorupsou of this place. Arthur heads, Expenses and spond, "get down" "Hitch your internal improvement has not kept she had been decidedly worse and list. D. M. 3.848 82 S;ottison the sick taxes horse aud come in " yet her death came as a surprise and wile of Cincinnati, The stranger, if he is one. tells pace with our other interest as to all. She was a daughter of Mr. Total $98,4 o0. 7? Preston are visiting ther mother Mrs. M. his name and business if he has they should LIABILITIES and Mrs. J. D. Hamm, a sister of E. Herrin. W. A. Owens is conFor example we have only to our R auy. Meanwhile the house wile H. Famtri, and the widow Capital Stock paid in, a weeks singing t to our materia: resources, adds someihi ;g to the regular point in cash 15,0o0.00 ducting two ol W. O. Cable, who was killed by Providence with very large atten meal, and the stranger, neighbor rich beyond computation, for the a falling rail road bridge several Surplus Fund 6,300.00 dance. Victor Todd and Benton budding and maintaining a system years ago. The following child- Undivided Profits or traveler must stay to dinner. 5.081.66 Thompson siy they are going of rojds unsui passed If it is late in the day, he is intothe ren survive her: Mrs. J. B.Pike Deposits subject to March. Miss west the first pf urgently invited to "slay all world. 63,479 11 check Misses Ktta and Sue Cable, of this Lizzie Owens spent Sunday and In any direcnon, for hundreds place; and C. C. Cable, a promi- Notes and Bills Redis- night" his animal is cared for and Sunday night with Miss Delt? and fed as much as the guest desires, of miles the inateijil for building nent business man of Danville 8,000.00 counted Nellie Brown Earnie and Opie and a night of fellowship, is spent macadam,- concrete, or gravel Her life was an open book, and Total $98,460.77 Herrin are plastering in Mt. Verenjoyed by host, hostessand guest road is well nigh inexhaustible worthy of the imitation of all. op Kentucky ) non this week. Miss Bertha CorNot so Commercialism and in a majority of cases reacy After short Services at the Christ State Set. dial has been confined to her room avarice, covetousness'and ambit- at band or easily accessible. ian church by J. C. McCIary, the County of Rockcastle ) days with lagrippe We perish for a lack of knowl- officiating ion to grow rich has throttled the We, Jonas McKeuzie and W. for several undertaker, her remains school closed January simple hospitality, aud desire to edge. We grope in the night tra- were laid to rest in the Christian L. Richards, President and The Owens 1st. Mr. Virgil Brown of Level accomodate or' 'help stranger, dition, walking in the fot steps, church cemetery. We extend to Cashier of the above named Bank, neighbor or brother, UK h.haB'be-com- e struggling thru nils, " and mud the bereaved ones our sympathy. do solemnly swear that the above Green was teacher. An entertainment was given and a very holes of thought, and ac ion rule". the exception Town Marshall W. A Tyree re- statement is true to tnebestof our large crowd was present M. M. uposi us by The attempt to. specialize as an the pioneer turned a few days ago from St. knowledge and belief. Taylor was visiting his grandillustration would have an effect practices of more than half a cen- Francisville, 111. where he wis the Jonas McKenzie, President, mother at Mt. Vernon last week. sirnilar.to striking' a live hornet's tury ago. W. L. Richards, Cashier. guest of his daughter, Mrs. Walter KY. y '. nest in July. ' . ,' To what cause, then, shall we Roberts, who was quite sick. D. Subscribed and sworn to before The whole community would be ascribe the conditions referred to? B. Albright has been very sick me this nth day of January i9io. FOR FLETCHER'S "swattiu"g"you"as a" Jjanderet, To whom shall we charge this this week, but is reported better My Commission Expires Feb. OO-O00KOK0KW-CKMKand a defahref orf iudfvi'duil char- direction of duty? How are we at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. D. 13, 1918 acter. : Pleurisy pains are located to discover and emedv cause, for M. Preston, of Cincinnati, are the A. B. Furnish, below the short ribs. Lumbago Heartburn, indigestion or disOur text is ' Jones pays the failure? Has there(been, and is guests of relatives in Quail section Notary Pnblic. affects the same region but to- &3C$3GC& tress of the stomach is instamlv v Freight." For illustration we there now, cause for just complaint this week. Miss Irene and MasBallard's Snow ward the back. relieved by Herbine. It forces might take a Town Council, a of the tnaiTner, in which our af- ter Charlie Flynn, of Corbin, reConover IF George 'Washington never Liniment is the remedy in either the badly digested food out of t& County School Board,' a Fiscal fairs are administered? Do we turned toytheir home after spend- told a lie it is a cinch that he case. If rubbed in thoroughly it, body and restores tone in Court, or finance "'board of any get value received for Joues gi- ing several weeks with their uncle never caught a fish in his life. eases pain, relaxes the muscles and bowels. Price 508V MT. VERNON, KY, and the patient can move about bold by John Sobins, kind in "Patagonia" ; or a cam- gantic outlay of public funds? W. A. Tyree. Bane Carson is at Brodhead,. Fron tRooms over Baker's Store freely and comfortably. Price 85c Ky. paign committe, ii "Helgoland" Does Jones get a square deal, by home from Tellicp Plains, Tenn. 49-Phone Sold, by 5oc and $1.00 per bottle FOR FLETCHER'S Crab Orchard, is to have a fai a Bond Issue in jbhort any or men, and means employed to ad- - for several weeks, Atty. and X John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. this year. 1 ment fund was originally be queathed to the State for the edu catioual purposes. It was Kentucky's share of proceeds ol pubto ntaily lic lands, amounting million and a hall doll.rs. Onlv seven hundred fiity thous and dollars was covered into lot treasury and State Bonus seemed for it. It has been increased latterly. by government piling to 'he slatt a' sum, about $5CO,OflO excess ol debt collected in1 civil war. This with other resources hss increased our Stite Bonds foi public schools to a Very nspect The-- o fund. able endowment bonds i our investment in perpetuity. No time limit fur theii redemption, with interest at 0 pei cent per annum. This interest is part, the sum for which "Jones pays the simple on can ask questions that tax the thought of wise men to answer. The writer onlv sn?iipsts hv. these questions, a condition only hinted at that requires the best thought of sober intelligent citi zens Of tiie commonwealth. Who will. accept the challenge? atteud d the B. Cable of .lrs. Laura funeral here Wednesday. On the .hd in stunt, Babe Leece shot A.M. Hiatt, ben. near his home on lirst knocking the ( Id !et'tleme.u down, fien shooting him wall a double barrel gun, the 0. ..... S3- i .,.......... ..... NOTICE TO THE . : zT : i Cop-per-Creel- c, nil! J. W. VANWINKUi. , Alt. Vernon. Ky Jan. 12. shot taking effect in t e right foot Mr. Hiatt,. who is now .past 85 years old, is suffering a great deal from his wound, and hardly is ex pected to recover. Drs. Jone.t t3os.. aud L'liillips, of Grab Orchard, are .attending him. Master Clenice Howell was quite sick last week. Mrs. Chas, McKenzie aud Sadie Mcore, of Mt. Vernon, are the of the family of their uncle mie-t- s R. S. Mai tin. this week. Dr. W. 10 Gravely was in Mt. Vernon Tax GL 3T Of Rockcastle County ers a e9 9 9 0 Who owe Taxes for 1914: I am bound to make my settlement with the county and have to balance to meet the settlement. Now I at-ra- ck - don't want to levy on your property, but must have this money, so 'will have to levy on you if you cannot pay don't pay at once. your tax for you, so you cannot blame me as you have had plenty of time lo pay them. Your household goods will not be excepted for I mean this. Yours, 1 -- 9-I- 5. 3, ; CAM MULUNS, 1 County. j e , i ! of-tim- j ; j J . - 1 I wo.. S3-slei- S3 jp i OO a mm Daily by Mail During January , PUIS February Only PRICE THEFBFfGHT" JUST REGULAR 5 -- 5 log-cabi- n JULIAN MILLER, Courier Journal Co., Louisville, Ky. tltOOOKKKHKKHKMKKKHMCKW ! I Fresh Bread On MONDAY & THURSDAY - Fresh Meat, Sausage ETC. TUESDAY & FRIDAY to-da- hthe en-taiJe- d Dmmmonds LIVINGSTON, O H CMlclren Ory CASTORIA I O CfcDCD' PH Dentist S. lie-stomac- h Oliilclren Ory CASTORIA ice3cx3xc f s MT. VERNON SIGNAL! . Buy it at HhV. and you know it is right. . M. Vernon, WHYS FDR THE Ky, Jan. 15 1915 ; 79 vvo No. 79" wrier r? Q toCommunl. JJ crate with SIGNAL up in bonds for constructing two getting big benefits from improv SERVICES NEXT SUNDAY highways thru the coumy, is the ed roads and getting some of the TIME TABLE. pleasure out ot lite. Sabbath School g 45 a.m. correct and proper thing to do. 22 acrtn 5.04 p m W. Hilton, Pine Hill. BeJ. Young Peoples' Wni. Bullock, Hansford: Be3:50 a m 24 nortn , Missionary Union 4.00 p.m. cause its the best and, quickest cause its to everybody's interest, m 3 south 11:39 am Christian Endeavor way to get the roads and we canrich and, poor, especially the poor. 12:13 a m Society 6.30 p.m. 21 South not afford to lose the State aid ofJ. N. Vauhook, Maretburg: It fered us. PKAYER WEEKLY Tas. Landrum, Agent. will build up the county, bring in SERVICE Owen Allen, Cooksburg. It Phone Kb. 8. M more capital and produce better will be of more value than two Every Weduesday 7 30 p.m. results than any other undertak- more Kntere.1 at the Mt Veruon, Ky. ph,oflice railroads. s man maner. as ing. B. G. Mullins, Burr. Its value LIVINGSTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Gus Staversou, Crab Orchard to my neighbors and mself would Services, next Sunday as follows road: More monipd men would E II S 0 A A L P Sabbath School Lee Chestnut. Jan be beyond computation. Trans 9.45 a.m. be induced to come to our county Supt., Mr. John Walton. by wagon would be faThe revival at the Baptist and make investments. We can portatiou Dr Davis has not been so well Morning service', Jt.Qo church will close tonight. There go somewhere a)id gpt b,ack cilitated five hundred ptr cent or for past few days. Njght service gep spmewhare 7.00 p.m. more. We could .h rtyand forty Farm values would increase and wjth our wagons and teams and Mrs. W H. Cox has been very have been between Everybody welcome. Rov. Smith isastrong times be belter every way. additions sick for the pa-- t week. take a Joad where wecanoniypull Rev. JnO. M. Macmiluan. and able speaker and at the evenWillis Sigman: It wijl make an emply wagon iu winter time. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hialt were ing services the hi.use lia; not far better educational opoortuni-tie- s Albert Allen, Cooksburg I up from B rod head yesterday oq nnj for it for mauy reasons been sufficient to a'.eotr.mndate thp for the rising generation. Mrs. I. A. Bowman who has crowds. numerous to mention The big- Announces For for over D. Q. Clark, Orlando; We can reason is been uick for several days is betgest is we cn pet somewhere every MissArlie Dotson. daughter of not afford to give away i?Jf)00 (the State Senator ter. the ytur. We i.cul a quarter of a century this house Mr. ana Mrs. John R. Dotson and 5 cent state ro(id tax) each year, month in Judge G. M. Ballard and Sherroads. If we never make 11 start Mr. Emanuel liuileu, son of J. so why not save it by bond is.c ue iff Cam Mullins are in McKte this has supplied to the people of RockChalton Bullen, all of the Wildie and get sixty times more added to we will uever have them. Prof. B. C. Lewis of Barbour H J. Mullins, Richmond Road, week. section aud some of the county's it as a gift to Us? For its tendency toward the ville, canidate for the Republican Morton Owens has a great-grea- t castle and adjoining counties clothW. II. Jones, Wildie: It will general uplift and married very best people, were general im- nomination for the State Senate in m grandchild, son of George Hasty, at the home of the bride Wed- open up our county to travel aud provement in all good things in this, the 7th Senatorial District near Level Green. is a native of Laurel County. His nesday. .The Signal joins in afford highways on which wo can our county. ing, shoes and furnishings ox the E?3 J. E Craig, Quail. We need ancestors were natives of Laurel, Mr and Mrs. J. Thos. Cherry, wishing them will &; get over all months in the je.ir. the roads. were guests of Atty. and Mrs J. and so thoroly fixt Knox, and Bell Counties. When better For John Hunt, Maretburg: Continued Next Week Henrj Burge. aged 38, of JuncIV. Brown. Sunday. many reasons Our laborers will he was seven, months, old his lather letter the tion City wrote a leg-hiAtty. aud Mrs. E H. Gentry si.xtu night after beginning night get employment and markets can died leaving his mother with two in the public mind has become the Graded School Notes children and in straitened circumof Mrs. Cable attended the funeral school. A nhotourapht copy of It be reached. Willis Johnson, Cove: Should at Brodhead Wednesday. stances. He was reared on a impression of the quality of appeared jn Danville Advocate. farm, most of time ap a renter. Among the visiting Attorneys at M r. Burge is a section hand and the American Wire and Stoel Co., Mrs. Fishback is better and w offer me wire clothes are Attys. last fall declined a When be was ten years of age the house and the clothes sufficient to fence this term of court $70. foreman's 50011 be back. It's very pleasing the family moved to Bell County, Krugtrand Quinu of Livingston. position on accouut of his inability my farm and to make me a pres to us to know that our sick pupils have become in a sense synonymous Harvey Mitchell was here from to read and write. He will not cut of half its cost and then give ate better and to see them return- the home of his maternal grand parents, and resided there a few London Tuesday aud says good have to decline a second opening. me a chance to work out the other ing. years, later moving to Knox aud half i. would be foolish not to accept roads sentiment in Laurel is red Prof. Martin of the Eastern back to Laurel. Detective W. O. Jones, a son ol the offer. This bond issue and hot. Joiu-coNormal visited our school last this place, Prof. Lewis began his career as IS Mrs. C. A. Hurst, of Indianapo- continues m the succesful role ol State aid is a similar proposition week and spoke to the whole teacher in public schools of Laurel K.J. McKinney, Valley Oak: -lis, who was recently on a visit to detective in comieWm with, the county, where he taught for three It will lift us out of the mud and school in the afternoon is relatives here, has returned to .New Xork pojice force. NewsNew pupils are finding their years. give us an opportunity to attend Alter this he located perher home, papers of th it city show that his church regularly, improve our way to. us, daily. We have twenty manently in Knox county, whor CinMiss Bettie Lewis of near they are he has been engaged in schoo act'ivitv in hifc ljneof work is duly schools and give our people great or more new ones and cinnati, will arrive this afternoon, appreciated y Inspector f)uyer, still coming. The rural people work most of the time since, He "We Stand Dy What Ycu er opportunities for making a livto vi.--it relatives and lriends here ui.der whom he i.-- working, and is have legiiu to fiid out that they ing and securing many benefits has most all kinds of experience in for a iew days. oiten LOinme:.duJ by that offictr and somt of the pleasures while can get what they want here and school work in the three months are sending their children, Mr. Anderson Butdette will be- for his clnscnarge of duties assign- passing thru this life. four months, five months, and six The honor roll is as follows for gin teaching a 3 mouths subsciip-tij- ed him. months schools; in the rural J. D. Bullock, Level Green: mouth; schtol near his home on the schools, village schools. Mining News comes from the Bi indie-Ridg- you drove over the road I came the High School Richmoud road about Feb. 1st. section that Miss Bertha in on this morning you wouldn't town schools, and City schools; Logan Bryant. Homer Proctor, in Beverly Evjls. Harvey Mitch- York, the Iti ear old daughter have to ask why 1 am for bond isthe public schools, and the priell, Fied Evans and Edd Wood-al- l, of Mr. aud Mrs. O. H. York, of sue. We want to get out of the Will Thompson, Ruth Litton, Eu- vate schools. After coming to gene Fishback, Emma Taylor, Barbourville he has all of them popular "Knights that section, was kicked by a mud. served as Cecilia Walton, Vema Welch, Marof th ; Grip" an 1 Boone Way horse last Sunday night while on H. Wolf, Wr.dio. Because of the City School-- , and Principal J. boost is living in London, were her way to Hickory Grove church the railroad, and other corpor- guerite Welch, Ruth Landrum,-Ralp- as Principal of the Baptist Ins'i Griffin. here a tiring the week. aud seriously hurt Miss York ations will pa more than 75 per tute, as County Examiner, and has Eighth Grade of London was riding behiud Miss Clyde Sig cent of the tax for paying off the Mrs. George Brock, been for the last ten years head extensive relationship, acquaint. at t Will Davis, Sinnie Cummins. js with her daughter, Mrs W. H, man and the horse threw them bonds. of tho Normal Department of ance, and qualifications, he will be Seventh Grade a formidable candidate in the race. Fish, who has Leen very sick dur-iu- g both, Kicking Miss York in the Union College. John Shutts, Ottawa With the Virginia Crawford, Isabelle the past week. Mr. Brock side of the head. corporations paying 75 per cent of Besides his experience in school Cummins, Julian Miller, Christine HOPEWELL off yesterday on his ie stopped the tax and the State putting in ae work and on the farm, he has also Davis. CIRCUIT COURT. much as the county we can't afford turn from Lebanon and remained worked in the log woods, at the Short work was made of land- to have the bond Sixth Grade Mrs. Robert Harmon is on the today. over until sawmills, in the store, in the mines issue defeated. An-net- a ing Happy Hooligan, the peg leg orAda Brown, Rosa Gentry, Sam Purcell, Ottawa. We dont and in the Civil Service for the sick list. The Baptist people John Clontz is in a very serious negro, in the pen. Indicted, tried Cox. Sunday school at Hopeganized want to refuse to accept such a giGovernment. condition and has been since Wed- and sentenced to the pen in one gantic Fifth Grade During his work with Union well last Sunday. Misses Cora present as is now offered us nesday. Mr. Lloutz is one of the hour was he record of last Mon- bj the corporations and Edna Davis, Eva- - Cummins, 'lollege he has part of the time and Bertha Kincer of Bloss spent the State. Jurors, and suffered the first at- day morning. Happy broke into Wednesday night with their E. B. Brown, Quail, Because it Bertha DeBord, Maude Adams. traveled as field agent for the while in the court room. His tack the Georae S. Griffin Co store at Fourth Grade grandmother, Mrs. Sam McClure will provide rcad-- for farmers to school in every county in the discondition is such that he can not Livingston last Saturday night. Rena Sowders, Ina Meadows. this place. James Niceley who, market their produce. trict except one. . This, together at working be taken to his home. A number of railroad cases on Third Grade at Hazel Patch, spent while in the is Noah Tipton, Hiatt. The best with his traveling It. N. Owens, the Salem, Ind., the docket were compromised, Margie Taylor, ? Geneva Cox, Saturday night with homefolks at man, is here on a viiit which will lessen verjT cousidera-bl- move ever made by any county is Karl Davis, Rebecca Cummins, Civil Service and in other respects this place.--R- . monument M. Carmical will ac that for better roads and the bond has given him an extensive to bis brother near Brodhead and the work of thisjterm. Rosco Cr.m mins. cotiduct the prayer meeting at . .. .1.. "" "! issue is the logical way of meeting quaintance thruout the district. a portion of the week with spent night Robert Owens was given judgSecond Grade Hopewell Wednesday the State aid proposition. While Mr. Lewis has not boen his brother, George Owens the ment for $500.00 against the at Ella May Sowders, Walter a politician nor Office-seekeyet Rev. James Barnes will preach John Hurst, Quail. Rockcastle local monument dealer. Both of Knobs Essential Oil Co. Owens Saturday and Mt. Pisgah the 3rd .trYi.lrf nnma ir flia ...?ti .1. Bradley. he has all the while been a loyal flat' ...1 them are good o&es in their line. got his leg broke while pulling "uuiu iutu UU IIIC iiuill Willi lllg Grade Sunday in this mouth. Rev. CarFirst proposed good roads. Republican, believirg that history stumps for this company. holding a few days meet- Fannie McFerron, Rissie Gen- has proven The LOCAL Victor Price. Level Green., It that Republican prin mical is case wdl be appealed. try, Julia Payne. Hummel Grove and will w would very materially raise our ciples are necessary for the devel- iug at a protracted meeting Primmer Star Brand Shoes are sold in A number of civil cases of minor standard in social, educational and opment and success of this coun- commence Sunday Jan. 17th. importance have been tried. Katherine Welch, Pearl Hamlin Mt. Mt. Vern.m by J. Fish & Son. religious, matters, bacause we try, and especially for the section at Well Pleasant we are having extra pretty Ramsey, would be enabled to reach the Leonard Noaks, Elsie included by this Senatorial Dis weather at present, for the time W. N. Thompson of Maretburg Hubert Bowman, William Lanmarkets, visit our neighbors and trict. Being a school man and a of year. We will agree with the sold to Lancaster parties this week Citizens Bank of Broddrum. friends in the various counties. 1 1,5. Church and Sunday School man Withers correspondent in saying 600 bushels of wheat at head Makes Good Record The STAR roll is as follow -- he would naturally be a temper- the Signal would be much more Big John Niceley, Pongo. 'Its Coffey Mr. and Mrs. Sauiord under Present Management a great thing. There is nothing Ella Mae McKenzie, Sydney ance or prohibition man; and it interesting if every corresponBAK3N& POWDER dent would send in a long letter Crawford, Nora Orton, Lillian are the proud parents of a lin better. was this issue which brought him each week, but it seems that news Griffin, Henry Payne. girl baby which arrived Saturday. The regulai annual stockholdJohn W. Parsons, Refros Creek: into this race. Owing to the great iu this prt is scarce and we make write each week Dr. and Airs. R. H. Lewis of ers meeting of the Citizens Bank was against the bond issue ac I 5oc Underwear for 35c spot tight now on with the Prohibition no promise to it's the purest. Best the year, but will do the WiLie announced the arrival of a Brodhead, Ky. the old the former election. Conditions cash at Fish's. forces he believes with many thruout can. Miss Flora Pittman never because best we tine girl baby at, their home Sun board of Directors and adds one are radically different now and I others that this district should be has entered Langdon Dormitory because" fails. Best new member, Mr. Larkin Hicks heartily favor the movement. It day night For a hundred years Mt. Vernon represented in the General As at Mt. Vernon. The 5th Sunday it makes everj' baking the BapFloyd Miller are who has recently purchased a good will add a million dollars valuat'on has had an unbroken chain of seipbjy by a Prohibition man, and meeting to be held with from the light, fluffy and evenly Mr. and Mrs. block of its stock. Mr. Hicks is to our county within three years. blacksmiths from one family. is willing to hazard a race to help tist, at Poplar Grove, raised. Best because the proud parents of their first realized by those who kuow reading of the program we think him as G. C, Fish, Buckeye. Will get Tom Ramsey had d blackmtth in this fight. of girl baby. The it is moderate in cost born, a fine will surely be a meeting a good business man, and the di- the use of a larger portion of the shop on the lot which is now the Coming as he does fiom the ru- it attend. highest in quality. mother, before her marriage was great interest to all that rectors will no doub'.. be strength- money in the county and give labor Dortheast corner of M. J. Miller's ral districts, and having traveled Rev. Pike, Allen and Carmical Daisy Fish, Miss At your grocers. ened by his presence. to our people and we will get the yard, about the year 18 14. A so extensively over the Mountain and several speakers will be presMiss Hose McCord, of this place, A net earning of over ten per- use of the roads with a long time short time since while digging at Counties at all seasons of the year, ent and will lecture on several will woman to become a cent was reported by Cashier in which to pay off our is the second ot the interestiner subjects and there portion of this point cinders, from the old he knows the condition on the ground. Rev. RECEIVED be dinner member of the Kentucky Good Hialt and after declaring a liberal the cost. forge, were dig up. Mat Ramsey roads and their needs and would T. Clifford preached at Hopewell HIGHEST Roads Association. Se-i- & also a dividend and reducing, their furni- John Graves, Hansford I am was next in line. Then Bob New- - certainly do all he could to secure Saturday morning and evening AWARDS .. f ' IJIJllWUjroe tare aud fixture account the law- for $100,000 bond issue to build comb. Tom Taylor, a grand son legislation for their improvement. and also Sunday IlltJLUUei Ul LUC XtilLlUUcll U .rin,n morning. He ExpoWorld. Pure Food 111. of W. shington. Association iit:on. Chicago. ful amount was carried to surplus two roads thru the county, one' of Mat Ramsey, was "the village Being acquainted with condit- was elected pastor of this church Pari Exposition. Franco and the balance to undivided from Laurel to Lincoln (Boone blacksmith' for many years then ions thruout the district as he is, for the year i9i5 Rev. Clifford Chas. C. Davis says he can't March. 1912 and the minister, ic a vminj? why any one will deliber profits. way; and tne otner Irom Madison came John, his brother to pump such as the roads, the schools, church should do its duty and doThe Directors realizing the effi- - to Pulaski. I was against the the bellows and nail on shoes, the miners," the farmers, etc, nate to Bro. Clifford a reasonable ately steel corn from him as cheap fact1 cient service' rendered by Cashier bond issue before, bnt this is a Milt Taylor their brother also, has he would be qualified, it seems amount to enable him to preach as it is an J considering the aJVuXBaBBaaiBajBaH that it is so plentiful, but be care- - Hiatt granted him a nice increase different proposition now and I am a shop here. The Ramseys and to render excellent service to the for ihpm. - Meetine will be 2nd month as it 1 Yon Sax't bti straty w yn WBayCaUsiet. - J dw er Kc- Hal . Taylors ful that your sin doesn't find you in salary. We are glad to see this strictly tor it. are natural born smiths people of the district in the Saturday in each laJOaj powder. Doa't be nnlei im btstrtaate. C I mora onoeucfc-ra'a towlleoHe aad 4. bank making such a good record. Grover Johnson, Pine Hill. I and machinists. put. Geueral Assembly; and "with bis formerly was. I Calantt U lu 'aparier or 3k Louisville &. Nashville R R Co SLCono-cias- Ladies and Men's $1 50 sveat- ers for 90 j cas'i at Fish's. Judge "l. A. ' Siewart, DeLand, Fla., Dr. E. J. Brown, Stanford, aud W. H. Williams, Aztec, New Mexico, liave sent gcod contributions to tli3 Cemetery Improvement Association fund. The name of J. C. Griffin, was unintentionally omitted from the list of directum of the Peoples Bank, as given in last issue. Mr. Gnthn is one oi the bank, best di- rectors and the oveisight we re- ' ret. InUTIwE. 1 have moved my office from Cox Bros.' store- - and am now lo- caied over Mit Mi lr's store, Same ouiioing as arug sere. Very respectfully, 'issue. fought the bond issue before, but I am strictly for it this time and will do all I can to help carry, the ANNOUNCEMENTS. We Are Authorized to Announce JUDGE As B. J. BETHURUM Billy Baker, Richmond Road. gust primary 1915. Because it costs the poor man We Are Authorized to Announce nothing and gives him work B. C. LEWIS for State Senator for the Millard Bethurum, Skaggs As acan-lidatthe Because the burden, if it 17th Senatorial District, subject to1915. Republican party, August primary Below will be found expressions Crek. from citizens from nearly all parts is a burden, will be borne by the of the county giving their reasons corporation and the farmer will McFarland Memorial why they think the issue of $100,-00- 0 scarcely know he is in it except Presbyterian Church BOND ISSUE i of the 28th Judicial District, subject to the action of the Uepublietn party, Au- a candidate for as Judge JUST SAY e AND IMMEDIATELY EVERYBODY THINKS OF MID-WEE- K ..... 8-5- CLOT 3 1 AND a-- n j l. j that The 1 kinds; e tz Fish's that . Mr-Mujfal- u f YOUR 'PHONE HANDY Ours No. 27 By. 1 n rl h THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES I KT-- -. i Ufc'i, y lillm-- la r, ft..-...- - For Every Baking CALUMET Best v re-elec- ts because it J ! 1 IV! un-'dcista- -e- -- w w. - jbf: v. . ' t' 7 -- J, .& T. s J yrrww - rif Cv , '"sw. -- fa JTEiSrSJMMBUE'MK" Ml M -. r UHLUHUmjlL j. I, WH " if ' ' c ,"-- t "iTIhW sr?r t sr I i 'P: "tai CIZ V UtM GRANVILLE OWENS I UNDERTAKER Brodhead COMPLETE LINE Ky I fl.l 3 1- . - Alan, leiegrapn or ie.e- - phone orders Promptly Filled .$C5CC 3'fedfeC'333 f 4Mft rat vjpj: ?, VETS-i.".'- fiiJJI ! &SfeSs5Sii I ilLMLX-WVlXS- EL Our line of Couch Caskets mJBHK SffCT y" I u iiji (film 5sab JS. L 3 --- ' is 1J unexcm e 11 u 4.. 1 Hand-mad- Joilins furnished ')? ...4 .. - fA ... .,.. .4- - .i: if I Xiifcsirl. VR tl e Countv. All orders by Wire Promptly Filled tfW jvss B F- -il Extend Fight on Trachoma. Efforts cf the United States public health service to eradicate trachoma, a dangerous and con tagious eye disease, in the mountaii sections of Kentucky, are to he mor extensive during 1915 than at any tint in the past, it is said here. Tne are where this disease is prevalent i. about of the state, nearly al. of it mcuntaineous. The latter months of 1914 found the disease spreading in many places, among these being the public schools at Lexington. A total of nearly 2,000 patients were treated last year at the three small hospitals at Jackson, Hy-eand Hindman. Every effort will e iniide to have the government more of these hospitals. The state has a vital interest in that he persons who have been treated in het,e hospitals aie in a great many ustances without means to pay for treatment, and if not given re- pf. stand to become public charges on he counties or the state. Many per- ons who have been almost blind for Jonths or jcars have been cured and tada through the minitraMrns of these hospitals. The stite legislature will be urged t give attention to the matter this inter The extension of the disease lto the mountains of Tennessee, eorgia, North Carolina, Virginia and est Virginia makes it probable that gislative action will be taken in hose states alto. one-third DISPUTANTA occupation of the people here now is getting wood IN KENTUCKY and feeding. R. J Abney Jr. and Miss Edith Linville were married Dec. 23rd at the residence of The bride MILLIONS OF DOLLARS SPENT IN Rev. L. R. Rowlett. ' is the beautiful daughter ot James STATE FOR MATERIALS ' Linville. The groom is the son FOR SOLDIERS. of A T. Abney and a nephew ol deputy sheriff, Jack Abney. BUY 8,000 WAGON KITCHENS Their many friends wish them a happy life. Sherman Chasteen's school at Davis branch gave an Portable Cooking Vehicles Are Built entertainment Dec. 24th. The On Special Designs For Use of weather was very unpleasant but French Army. the house was full and n.any re(Special Frankfort Correspondence.) marked that it was the best they - Frankfort. "War" orders for mil- ever attended. Willis Chasteen lions of dollars of material for Euro- and John Derry Jr. spent Xmas pean countries are being placed with Kentucky factories and industrial with homefolks. They work for plants. Tobacco factories for some Champion Paper Mill at Hamilton time have been engaged in shipping Ohio. Alired Wood closed his tobacco intended for consumption by school Dec. 24th. Jessie and the soldiers in the field in Europe. The latest "war" order to be landed Edith Chasteen received a one by Kentucky is that of the Kentucky dollar bill as reward for getting Wagon Manufacturing Co., which is to build 8,000 portable kitchen wagons the most head marks. Charley for use In the French 'army. The wag- Gadd and wife have movea back ons are to be built along specially de- to their farm after living at Ham signed lines, and are considered lighter and more serviceable than the vehi- ilton for five years. There is no cles of this character which were one place like being at home on the of the principal reasons for the Ger- farm, raising chickens, pigs, etc. man soldiers marching for such long Joe Gatliff and H. C. Rowlett distances in a single day at the outset are buying hogs to feed till June of the war. The-princip, "WAR" ORDERS Children Cry for Fletcher's n h -- The Kind. You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has bornothe signature of and. has been made under his per--, sonal supervision since its infancy. Y 'C6CCUK. Allow no one to deceive you in this. 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To other companies is given the contract of supplying the steel and the utensils for the wagons. The consignment must be ready for shipment in 75 days. Knitting mills and canning factories in the state have been doing a heavy business lately in filling war orders. It is estimated that the orders already placed will run into the millions of dollars. - C&zSW c&c&Ut The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COM RANY NCWVORKCITY. ggi ! :; :?! -- s Congressman, whose suggestion that the Federal statute providing for whisky "outage" be repealed has raised a storm of protest among distillers in Kentucky. fouCanMakeYourliouseMore Attractive 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. A TEN-CEN- T vS 9 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. Set Limit on Bonds. Sheriffs must make bond for the collection of the state revenues with the state auditor by March 1. Blanks for this purpose are being mailed the sheriffs by Assistant Auditor G. B. Likens. On or before March 1 all of the sheriffs must make final settlement with the state auditor and receive a quietus from him and the fiscal court of their respective counties for the collection of taxes for the previous year. It is necessary for a sheriff to make three bonds. First he must make his oflicial bond annually by the first of January. Then he must make bond for the collection of the state's revenue and a separate bond for the collection of the county's revenue. The state bond must be made in duplicate, one copy of which is filed in the county clerk's office and the other copy filed with the state auditor. A. T. Beard, sheriff of Breckenridge county, is the nineteenth sheriff to make final settlement with the auditor and receive his quietus for the collection of taxes this year. On the same date last year only twelve sheriff had received their quietus. against the decision of the contest board in the recent prohibition election. Their grounds of appeal are that the status of territory in which a pro hibition election Is held remains the same pending litigation that it wat prior to the election, provided the con testants prosecute their appeal and ex ecute supersedeas bond. Bourbor county was "wet" prior to the electioi and could not become "dry" until 61 days after the judgment of the contes: board was entered of record. This judgment was not entered until No vember 11, and so the day upon whicl the county would become "dry" under the new act would be January 11, but before that time the "wets" will prosecute their appeal and this will b( within 60 days on the rendition of the judgment as the code provides. With a supersedeas issued prior to January 11 an order will direct that nothing more be done in the matter until the circuit court passes on the contest, the "wets" say. From that decision eithei may appeal, but a supersedeas bond executed by the "drys" would not close the saloon provided the "wets" won in the circuit court, because the territory was "wet" prior to the election. Objects to "Greasy" Postoffice. Postoflices, even though located In mountain "runs," coves and hollows, should have euphonious names, in the opinion of Postmaster Burleson. That is the reason why Kentucky no longer has a postoffice called "Lower Greasy." Postmaster General Burleson just wouldn't stand for it. It was not the "Lower" that he objected to. It might have been "Upper," of "Big" or "Little" or "Much" Greasy and it would not have made any difference to the postoffice head. He objected to a being greasy, and for that reason the name of Lower Greasy, Ky., has been changed to Offutt, Ky. A member of congress to whom the postmaster general talked quotes him as saying: "The name Lower Greasy as applied to a postoffice in Kentucky is apt to detract from the business of that post-office When one of your little ones shows symptons of an approaching cold, give it Dr. Bell's at once. It acts quickly, and prevents the cold growing worse Very healing soothes the Lungs, loosens the mucous, strengthens the system. It's 3 guaranteed. Only 25c. at your Contest "Dry" Victory. Buy a bottle today. Attorneys- for the "wets" have filed druggist. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Sores, a supersedeas bond for an appeal Pine-Tar-Hon- Ciuldrn's Coughs Children's Colds Both are Bad . 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Finest Cafe in Louisville, with moderate Hre-proo- f; I -- s" Put Jail Prisoners on County Roads. Reduction of the maintenance expense of public roads in Jefferson county by the employment of d prisoners in the county jail in their upkeep is being advocated by County Judge Samuel W. Greene, of Lexington. If the idea is adopted, all persons sentenced to jail in the circuit court there will be employed in road work. Under the pres ent system it costs the county 75 cents per day to feed each prisoner, while under a new law, passed at the last session of the general assembly, the county has the authority to work its jail prisoners on the roads. The employment of the prisoners will result in a big saving to the county annually and at the same time will not deprive the jailer of his fee for their keep. According to figures presented to the levy committee it costs the county approximately $45,000 annually for the feed of jail prisoners. At the recent meeting of the County Judges' association in Louisville several of the officials from various sectjons of the state said they had placed the system in effect with splendid results. Judges' Association Elects Officers. Judge S. E. Jones, of Glasgow, is the new president of the State Association of Circuit Judges, succeeding Judge W. H. Field, of Louisville. Judge Samuel B. Kirby, of Louisville, j is the new vice president, and Judge ; Field the secretary and treasurer. able-bodieable-bodie- Drugs We are determined to give our patrons better servics this year than any before. Our motto is " improve on everything every minute." Anybody will show you where we are. Total S18.206 21 d office." Cattle Epidemic Under Control. The live stock sanitary board, Commissioner of Agriculture Newman and John Robins, the federal authorities at work In this state are confident that the foot and Notary Public. mouth disease is under control. 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Large sample recma Heads Court of Appeals. Judge Shackelford Miller, representing the Fifth Judicial district of Kentucky in the court of appeals, has chief justice and will 'serve in that capacityfpr the next two years. Judge Mlllefliris been a member of the f tppellate bench for just of the eight-yea- r term for which he was elected in November, 1910. At that time he was the chancellor of the First division of the Jefferson circuit court, to which office he was first elected in November,' 1397, and which he held continuously io the time of his election. be-cd- Merge Insurance Companies. Every man wants to Directors of the Life and home newspaper Insurance Co. and of the Citizens' National Life Insurance Co., at sep- ball team. But if you Inter-Souther- n arate meetings have one-hal- voted for the consolidation of the two companies by adopting resolutions em- to fight. bracing the terms of the proposed When a widow remarries, the merger. According to the terms approved by the directors, the n Honeymoon usually lasts until her Life Insurance Co., which new Husband asks her what she will have capital stock of $900,000, asdid with the Insurance Money. sets of about $4,500,000 and Insurance In force of approximately $40,000,000. Dangers Of a Cold. The event will aggregate $50,000,000. Inter-Souther- unanimously run his business run the the home tried to he would want 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 dp 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. . I wish every suffering woman would give BImHHI.. It Always Helps m rm rx rw rm ? Mount Vernon Monumental R03ERT B. 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