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Mount Vernon signal: January 22, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915012201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: January 22, 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. MT. VERNON, bnng them Pine Hill-M- any of our mountain tops will be covered with summer cottages of people from other counties and Will McHargue. Established 1887 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY JAN. 22, 1915 NUMBER 15 Slates Hardin Moore, Climax, If this opportunity is not taken advantage of, our county mav never get another such a chance to secure that which is our greatest need good roads Now is the time to push the' movement. The small tax for redeeming the bonds will be so easily met when we have good roads that it will not be felt by the farmers for the reason of their income being increased by the great convenience and ease of transportation over the improved highways. mi ffi r I en'sg Boys5 Suits HOES HAT Largest and Best Stock in town cut almost half. 1 RG THAT ARE UNUSUAL N AND S EXTRAORDINARY LADIES' AND MISSES' ff K S Fs I WU KM K, RAIN HATS I RAIN COATS Any rlat in our iViillmery Department $1.00 $ FURNITURE Comforts Blankets Big Bargains in Every Department m ilii&s f I ;,' - ' Whose OUST MB-Mw- Svery Transaction in hii Sank is fer he bss Interest our m n? Interests Are First and Faromcst - I) With Us ., n !j Recognizing the fact our customers, not only require, but insist upon the best service and absolute safety. We would sanction no transaction which d;d not, in every way, make for the best Interests of our Payne, Pine Hill. Improved roads banish the loneliness ot the country home. Bogue Smith, Hiatt. To con tinue to permit bad roads to keeps thousands of women and children from the sunlight of civilization is to aid and abet one oi the greatest crimes of the time. Claud Griffin, Buckeye. Distance is now measured by watch ticks and not jard sticks. The watch ticks longer on a bad road than on one that is improved. Squire Sherman Chasteen, Climax. The bond issue would give us two highways across the county and side lines and cross connection roads would follow, so it would not be many years until we would have a splendid system of highways tf'ruout the county. Bob Norton, Somerset Read, I am perlectly willing to work just as hard for a 100,000 bond issue now, as I did against it two years ago, provided the State will send its engineers here and first survey out the nearest aud most practicable route from the Pulas ki line to the Madison line and from thcLiucolu line to the Laurel line and thereby guaranteeing to the public that the $100,000 K L- - All Shoes All Dry Goods Aff Aff Ladies' Suits AM en's Clothing All Special Prices 25 per cent Below Regular Hardmare Underwear (Jur 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. Remember, "A dollar saved a dollar made. will be spant proportionately Anything not to your liking is far from our desire. Let us give you a start put your feet on the road to safety, comfort and prosperity. It's an easy road to travel once you have started. The Bank of Mt. Vernon m V The Bank that takes care of it's Customers IKS FOR IE ND chant, mechanic and every one to get some of the bonefits from the money put in circulation. Any laboring man voting against a bond issue is standing in his own light and is voting against the interest of his county, his neighbors, his family and himself. MeshackGentrv, Crab Orchard Road. To give labor to the to make opportuniues better for our people in many ways, lor impiqved transportation of far tii products to market; better church and school facilities. Every voter should study this sub ject closely and support it at the poles. The laboring man especially should work early and late m inducing his neighbors and friends to see the matter in its proper light and stand shoulder to shoulder on election day and in the great work in carrying this bond issue. Allen Hiatt, Quail. In good roads depends the salvation of our county toward improvement. We should "ot remain satisfied . with present hard conditions of travel and transportation over our miserable roads. Mitchell Cress, Wabd. In ad dition to many other advantages it will improve our live stock j ISSUE Sam McClure, Skeggs Creek Road. Am always ior good roads They make improved conditions. George Kredricks, Piue Hill Road. I have been overseer on our road for many years and can say I certainly know the nted of better highways. lam for the bond and all other laboring men should ba. F. M. Marshbauks, Marejburg. Am just back from North Carolina. The many good roads there makes me anxious to see Rockcastle given a show. (First name on petition) Albert Goffin, Pine Hill. For the benefit of our county, my neighbors and my family and self, I wish most heartily to see the bond issue succesfully carried. Tnis is one of the mostimportant p triods in the history of our conn ty, which is now 104 years old. equal on the two roads and these engineers to give us an estimate of the cost per mile. Sod Rowe. The peop'e w i 1 heartily support a bond isnief r Sloo.ooo provided the roads will run across the county in two ways thereby giving the most of the people benefit. P. M. Rash, Skeggs Creek- .- It s the quickest and best way to secure the roads and we get the use of them while they are being paid tor. Pete Cummius, Sand Spring. Isave 4o cents on every load of coal I take to town over our three miles of piue. What a saving it would be to the people if we had two improved roads thru the county and others to follow later. T. N. Noe, Crab Orchard Road- -It would be a grea misfortune and a calamit' to our county's interest to let the bond issue be defeat ed. It would throw us backward in the march of progress probably twenty years or more as compared with our neighboring coun- UB to state that during our association with the law enforcement machinery of the district, crime has been reduced to a minimum; offenders have learned to respect the law and the public peace has been conserved. This is a pleasing condition, aud is the result of the united efforts of the courts, courageous jurors and law respecting citizens. Law enforcement is essential to peace and good government, and can be eitected only by the united efforts of those interested. I earnestly ask your support in this contest, offering to vou mv past record as a guarantee of the future, and promise you that in the event ot my renomination and election. I shall continue to give you mv best efforts, and that I shall devote my entire time, energies and capabilities to law enforcement and good government. Respectfully, M. L. JARV1S. Stop The Child's Colds, They Cough Medicine Oftes- Result Seriously - for Children -- ties that propose to take advantage of the State aid offered in assisting along in this gieat highway movement. We need roads as everybody knows; then why not votef.r it? CharlieMod Mullins, Livings ton. As the monied men and cor porations are willing to pay the most of the bill and it costs the laboriug men nothing, but- - gives him employment I see no reason wny he should be against the bond issue. J. H. Bowman, Crab Orchard road. Improved roads are inseparable from the prosperity of our county. This bond issue will give the poor man work. The Signal will use every means to keep the people posted as to what is really being done to lift them up out of the mud. Dick Moore, Livingston. Stop abusing the road and say something appropriate ahout the man who who opposes making the roads. He is wrong and not roads. H. H. Wood, Wildie. There must be a state system to promote into state business and develop the resources of its counties, and there must be a national System to make possible interstate communication Vpte for the bond issue to accomplish this. Continued on Third Page Colds, Cronr and Whoopine Cough are children's ailments which need immediate attention. The after-effect-s are often most serious. Don't take the risk you don't have to. Dr. King's New Discovery checks the Cold, soothes the Cough, allays the Inflammation, kills the Germs and allows Nature to do her healing work 50c. at your Druggist. Buy a bottle to-da- Never give a child a cough ine! icine that contains opium in any form. When opium is giver: other and more erious disease? may follow. Long experience his demonstrated that there is no be -ter or safer medicine for coughs colds and croup in children than Cnamb.rlain's; Cough Remedy It is equally valuable for adults. Try it. It contains no opium or other harmful drug. For sale by all dealers. The Opportunity JUDGE M. L. JARVIS To the Republicans of the 28th. Judicial District of Kentuckv: I am a candidate for the Republican nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney, subject to your action in the primary election to he held August 7th 1915. You have been kind and generous to me iu the past, and I have endeavored to show my appreciation to repay you, by faithful, honest and sincere service. . lit has been brought to me from you, that my conduct of the office has heen satisfactory, and my work appreciate by. the mauy, and with full confidence and assurance, I make this announcement. The term I am now serving has given me an acquaintance with the varied details of the office, and the practical knowledge and insight into the duties that can be obtained, only by experience. You know of my public service and are acquainted with my offic ial record, and it is not improper in me to say that I have striven earn estly to discharge every moral aud legal duty, .fearlessly, honestly and impartially. We have enforced the law and endeavored to handle crine with a mailed hand, but without bitterness and oppression, and with the least of personal antagonism. Those who know the situation are willi og I The greatest opportunity for re- ceiving improved highways that has aver been presented is now before us. I appeal to our people to take advantage of it. Julian Bordes, Brodhead-Coppe- r Creek. Road- - I will vote and work for bond issue It is the opportunity of a lifetime. "Jarhead" Thompson, Crab Orchard Road. .it is particularly to the interest of the - laboring man this bond to lerd his aid r lost of t .e funds issue thru. bo ids will be rJsed from sale of pVid out here in the county for h tne labor thus giving the man a market for his labor and an opportunity for the farmer, the mer in-putti- ng market and opportunities for better prices. C. E. Mullius, Withers. Am always in favor of improvements, especially good roads and the bond issue is the quickest and best way to secure them. W. H Carmical, Pine Hill. The tourist travel to and thru our county will leave money enough at the stopping places to more than pay the interest on bond issue. Ed Fletcher, Skeggs Creek Road It will bring into our county people who will invest in iarms and mineral lands. Roads will to Bank with a clean, strong, progressive bank appeals to the thoughtful business man The Peoples seeks business your on its record. Peoples Bank Mt. Vernorv Ky. I 111 J rH 1 mil ..M - K K M 1HI B!ijVAAi"''"'ir1 f"u onrii jWHQgJjJJr B -- ?j - rt i - ?'" -- ! -- i -- -' .. SffiSTiHMShiiTr tj&gpfe . -- v.1sr,x,v - K -- 2JUJ SIHSVVien9Uw,wnHBBHaiBiiaM MT VFRMON mfilMAi cil lor th.it infant. rtllTT iVJU. IU D:iv alter day Uvouhi shock th ir modesty . I -- - ' False very life's Modesty! did jou sea. -- -. 1915 Friday, Jan. blood. Dav after day that infant modesty! as flse aihe man who PCUTCD grew and waged stronger. The betrays the love of 'his devoted "89 Published every Friday by wife, as false as the triitor whoj The ddys lengthened into 90o. $ EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, months reached out into years betrayed the Saviour of mankind OS" ) and the years galloped down the ab false as the lie itself. Ktep sift) Bo $I.OG highway of time in quick succes- lent, did you sa? Keep silent and UBSCRIPTION ONE YKAR Broader Sphere for Religion New SS sion. Ere you cou'd tell a winter' let a virtuous wounn lose her Field for the Rural Church. 09b. A Advertising rates maae known on tile that infant by haps and chastity and become dshonored 6C. Qt) Q9. hounds was ushered into its young end uncrowned! Keeps'tlent, and application G9a- girl-hooThere she was a slen- let a human being lose its precious Dy Peter Radford 9 bashful soul! timid, Lecturer National Fanners' Union der, awkward, ,' M KM BUR OF The social duty of the rural church And shall we take the last peep girl, indifferent to the o KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION young Is as much a part of its obligations into that dark dungeon? There posite sex. as its spiritual side. In expressing its S!l? But w h a t. va s th a t t r a :i h f o r nn she laid upon her bed of affliction. social Interest, the modern rural I tion taking place wishin In 1"? An utterable, unspeakable, awful church does not hesitate to claim that is expressing a' true religious inElopes and aspirations hithorto un- disease had laid his slimy fingers it idea that the stinct and the known, longings and strange de upou her and left her a victim un- social instincts should be starved ires that ct.uld not le s.tsfijri to death. She was rolling in her while the spiritual nature was over1 solid theological food, is fast hae entered her heart and it.it d bed of pollution. She was wal- fed withway to a broader interpretagiving And what did it all mean? It was lowing in her debauchery. She tion of the functions of true religion. the dawn'uiir of her womanhood, was writhing in her agonies She We take our place in the successiou of those who have sought to make the" Vou the was decaying. She was rotting. world a fit While I am ve habitation for the children story, lo, her womanhood blossom She was dying. At last, relief 01 man when we seek to study and eel out into its beaut v and mag- came when the angel hovered over understand the social duty of the rural church. The true christian reI The Times yesterday printed nificence. There she w-- a quoMi her with his black wiugs to accom- ligion is essentially social its tenets a princess among the pany heracioss the great rolling of faith being love and brotherhood the following special dispach from of beauty, I princesses. G rices, and charu s river. Aud she died and she and fellowship. While following after Mt. Vernon: fampiar friends. The died and she went where the righteousness, the church must chal"Bell county will vote on road were her lenge and seek to reform that social bond issue on February 13: Knox wine of life flushed her cheefcs. scarlet women go. order in which moral life is ex I pressed. While cherishing ideals of will with the glo-- A health. The rod county on March 6; Laurel COAlJ. .service, the rural church which DISORDERS file petition at next se.ss.sion of rnbits set up n her lips, an i wlun MANY the fullest measure of success FROM THE LIVER Rockcastle will she snoke ht-- voice was soft and County Court; is that which enriches as many lives Odds gentle like the melodies of music. Are You Just atRegulatewith Your- as it can touch, and in no way can file petition on January 2.)." Living? the church come in as close contact self? Do You Thru these countries ruus, the When she walked her footsteps Are you sometimes atodds with with its members as through the trail followed by Daniel Boone sounded like tlie tripping of the youiself and with the world? Do avenue of social functions. the The country wnen he first came into Kentucky fairy. wonder what ails you? True community need town andcenter. rural a social It was a trad ihen, it is but little And, Oh! what magnificent you may be eating regularly and church need effer no apology for The its more than a trail now, at least dreams and splendid visions pass- sleeping well. Yet something is ambition to fill this need in the comthat part of it which stretches ed thru her heart and mind! Some theruatter! Constipation, Haad-eh- munity, if an understanding of its Nervousness aud line day, she said a manly man will Spells indicate a Sluggish Billious mission brings this purpose fnto clear from the Rockcastle-LincolThe structure of a Liver. consciousness to Middlesboro. Piom Crab Or- woo me, and 111 become his loving The tried remedy is Dr. Kings rural community is exceedingly com chard to Louisville there is a good wife. Some day I'll reign su Mew Life Pills. Ouly 25. at you! plex; it contains many social groups, each of which has its own center, but premely, the queen of a happy Druggist. turnpike. there arc many localities which have The counties named in the dis- h mie. And long after my bones Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Skin but one church and although such a church cannot command the interpatch from Alt. Vernon have de- have .mingled with the soil my sons Eruption. . est of all the people, it Is relieved .1 cided to convert the Boone trail .and daughter- in their ripe outage WITHERS fiom the embarrassment of religiously into tlMJ Boone highway. That! in sweet recollections of me will divided communities Sheriff Rockcastle County. decision was reached some months strew my grave with flowers. Mrs A. Cummins of Mr. aud Social Needs Imperative. ogo when their Fiscal Courts came But alas! ahs! s'lal I tell you NIt Vernon, spent last vek with The average country boy and girl to the conclusion that the best ue thcigrim tragedy tli.it overtook' tlieil. davglrer, Sarah A. Mullins. etc? they could make of State aid J and oer.vhelmed hei? The cruel 'pney Were accompanied home by have very little opportunity for real enjoyment, and have, as a rule, a supervision was in buiiding roads god of lust laid hi.--: vile hands upon their "randson, Estel Mullins m The National Highways Asso I vague conception of the meaning oi within theii own confines, instead her. and she fell rrom her high es- - j y q Mullins of Disputanta, was pleasure and recreation. It is to fill eiation with headquarters at WashM of paying out money fcr the build tat.' ot puniy. She sold her chas- - visiting relatives in this p.trt Sat this void in the lives of country youth ington, D C, an organization with 1 that the rural church has risen to ing of roads in other counties. tity for filthy lucre Night after urdaj and Sunday- .- Prof. Dicker- - the necessity of providing enteitain-ment- , members in every state and co op as well as instruction, to its erating with all other Good Roads At first it was proposed to raise, night the demons of lust called sou js teaching a subscription SO N E SIX ATOTHSW young. the dollar to meet the dolhr olfer- - upon hei at her place or prostitu-c- school at this place, Mr. W. E membership among thepeople of The Associations aud Clubs, is already ' the children and young by the State by appropriation tion. Night after night she satis-b- y Anderson of Walnut Grove, was church should meet when religion is causing Congress to sit up and the Fiscal Court and popular ' lied their lustful desires. Under visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. not even mentioned It has been take notice of the roads movement. subscription by property ownei the hot breath of those friends the Thomas Anderson Saturday night. found safest for them to meet fre- ft is only a question ot tune when quently under the direction and care snow-whit- e flower of chastity that Mhs Georgia Gentry of Quail, along the highway. of the church To send them into the Congiess will have to advise their, Evidently the folks down in that bloomed and blossomed in her bos-paworld with no social training exposes constituents how tbey stand on school at tlrs place. of the State have been giving j'otn withered and died. The wine Swannie Price and sister, of Ltvel them to grave pciils and to try to tbe road proposiMon before they j keep them out of the world with no the question a second thought, of life that rau red in her cheeks Green, have been visiting their social privileges is sheer folly. There get nominated and elected. The (NOT SUNDAY) They have been shut off from the! was no more. The red rubies set sister, Mrs. Fred Mullins for a is a social nature to both old and people are going to have appro-- ' young, but the social requirements o' priatiocs for roads fifty thousand . re-;- t of the State thru the course ol upon her lips paled and dropped fev days. Clall French, Son of young are imperative. ' they are notj the natural lives and the lives ol t the earth The il une ol hope O A. French, of Colo, is in this the provide directly orThe church miles of them-a- nd indirectly must their fathers and forefathers be- - that ha 1 bien kindlul on the altar part visiting relatives. John some modern equivalent for the husk going to wait always eitner. fore them. Under the State aid .of her heart was quenched. The Lake passed on Irs way to Laurtl ing bee, the quilting bee and the sing- Boone Way will be taken over and ing schools oi the old days. In one law they are given th opportun blazo ot ambition lint had been to buy up cattle, a few days ago, AND way or another the social instincts maintained by the Government in ity to touch elbows with the Blue-gras- s burning within her breast was ex- The roads are in a very bad shape of our young people must have oppor- iext few years. may and Louisville, at the same tinguished. in this part at present. There tunity for expression, which take the form of clubs, parties, pic- Billiousness and Constipation time that their laud values aie It would take whole volumes to were services at Cove Saturday nics or other forms of amusement Cured. increased, their schools bettered describe the mental auguish and aud Sunday, conducted e by Rev. One thing is certain, and that is that Ify.-uarever troubled with the church cannot take away the lilimisuess or constipation you their churches built up and their suffering that the members of her Durham. Reenter Annual Bargain Period Limited to These dance, the card party and the theatre w 11 be interested in the statement communities made centers ol family bore. 1 never could tell unless it can offer in its place a satPeru, Ind. 'A Two Months. larger trade. A bond issue will you the pain and sorrow that they isfying substitute in the form of more cs K. F. Erwin, Dangers Of a Cold. year ago la-i- winter I bad an pleasing recreation. Th-r- e was a great void make this opportunity reality in endured. Do you know that of all' the mifollowed by ot uidigvstion little more than the pace of a year hit in the home that no human nor ailments colds are by far the Universal Instinct for Play. biliousness and constipation. ONE-HAL- F State aid will take care of the in- power could fill. There was a most dangerous? It is not the re.-in- g Chamberlain's Tablets so In providing for enjoyment the terest on a 200,000 bond issue great void left in that m tier's colds themselves that you need to church uses one of the greatest meth- highly recommended. I bought a fear, but the serious diseases that ods by which human society has deotlle of them and thev helped me with something over the first yeir heart th it never could be filled. they so often lead to. For that veloped. Association is never secure right away." For sale by all aud with still more to spare each It was springtime when human reason every cold should be got lealers. inpleasurable; in Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted succeeding year. If the issue is hope mouti s high TIip sun in ten rid of with the least possible until it is aversion of one play the for person stinctive for twenty yeirs. the county at a the To accomplish this you another is overcome and the social only when sent through regular Courier-Journa- i ib shining warm and delay J.C-MeCLARwill find Chamberlain's Cough mood is fostered. Play is the chief cost of something like a bright. Toe air w..s 10.000 Y soft and Agent in this district. communin year, will enter upon the immedi balmy. The bi"ds were singing Remedy of great help to vou. It educationalinagency play-da- rural of human the ities and loisens a cold, relieves the lungs, ate benefits of the Boone wav aud cheerily in the trees that stood in aids expectoration and enables the childhood social sympathy and social UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER the added benefits of the rest of the front yard of her former home. system to throw off the cold. For habits are evolved. As individuals MT. VERNON, KY. come together in social gatherings, tne inter-countsystem of roads The bees were busy sucking the sale by all dealers. viewpoint is broadened, their their provided for by the State aid law honey from the il nvers that were ideals are lifted and finally they constitute a cultured and refined society. as soon as the Boone way is com growing beside the front porch. It is plain, therefore, that the y pleted. With a bond Irs tie there The flies were bzily buzzing about church which aims at a perfected sois not one of these counties thai The mother sit (juLatly aud calm ciety must use in a refined and exalted way the essential factors In cannot have a co.nplete system oi ly with a broken heart. Her little I have a inll line of high social evolution and must avail itself good ruads within the space of threr ye?r-olboy who was playof the universal instinct for play. Cf ratio Juki seeds which I years. three If the church surrounds itself with ing on the walk that led from the am offering at very atsocial functions which appeal to the Some of the men who have sign gate to the front step quit his It' intertractive prices. young among its membership, it will ed the petition for a bond issue are phying ran to hi', in sther, clamb The liver loses its activity at fill a large part of the lamentable ested ask for samples and getting along in years. They eivd up in hjr lap. gap in rural pleasures and will reap times and needs help. Heroine is lestled is prices . 0 the richest reward by promoting a in effec ed liver stimulant It alwantt osee good rjads before they arms around her n vk, and si d: higher and better type of manhood so purifies the bowels strength W. , die. A bond issue will give it Oh! whrii will sister come and womanhood. and cns digestion lesions LEXINGTON. KY- to them. Also it will keep the back hounV S'ie giVtr iid answer, strength, vig r and cheerful young men on the farm, in the but sought relief in her closet. qp.rits. Price 50c. 'Sold bv John 0 Uobins, Brodhead, Ky. mine or the home community. There she knelt down uncluttered NOTICE. The cherry is ripe. Why take-tw- a prayer to the grea God of the 1 have moved my office from bites at it? The Patriot isn't the fellow who universe. Oh, thou God of purity, Such would seem the course of have mercy upon my fallen daugh- Cox Bros.' stoie an I am now lois al vays waving the Old Flag. cal-ireasoning that has led to the He is the fellow who minds his stoie, same ter. Oil, thu merciful God, may cated over Mit Mhl'-r'9 Bell and Knox and that will ray son never fill a victim to the building as drug store. own business and helos make this ALLEN "37" $895 p IIKALER in cacb a WE WAST a lead to the call in Laurel and Rock- god of lust. And she ceased her Very respectfully, better country. town in Southern Ohio, adjacent territory in W. Virginia, Southern Indiana and entire State of castle. I'o a friendly onlooker it prayi lg for the tears ran down Ian 1 Lee Chestnut. Kentucky to take on our line ol LEWIS, ALLEN and SIETZ automobiles. Our cars SELL good, appears to be the reasoning of and washed away the words. ' C. satisfy the ov.ncrs, and jou make MONEY. From $573 up; also one at W05. This is a good chance --ATTORNFY-AT-LAW, Louisville good, hard seiis-t;-. You have heard this story A dry, hacking cough is hard on for an established Auto Dealer to take on a or for line of popular Times. day it is en iced be- the lungs, often causing them to UUSTLEK with a littls money cars, backing a live Every MT. VERNON. KY. and to get KY. P Horehound into a first class business. Write Ballard's hleed. fore your very eyes. Evry year nv.ick for particulan to the Factory Representa0 that tives FESTON JIOTOIIS COMPANY, Syrup is a healing balm E. tOFFICE. - On 2rd. floor fo ot thousands of our virgin in the N'intli St., Cincinnati, Ohio. quickly repairs damage A SCARLET WOMAN'S tens , on Church The Bank of Mt. Vernon daughters are falling at the hands lungs and air passages. Price 25c streetSpccial- - attention given of the god of lechery. He , strid 50 and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by CAREER to collections. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ing our country like a great mons- John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. Phone No. 80 We Are Authorized to Announce Heartburn, indigestion or d;s-treter seeking aud devouring our fair JUDGE B. J. BETHURUM of the stomach is instantly c as Judge As a candidate for babe, fresh maidens. Yet you never lift your r I saw a new-bor- n relieved by Herbine It forces I of the 28th Judicial District, subject to &. LEWIS the badly digested food ont of jhe from the hand of God, placed in hand or your. voice to stop its proparty, AuBCTHURUM the action of the Republictn For Infants and Children, body and l'estores tone in the gust primary 1915. the lap of a loving mother. It was gress. But oh! I hear you say. The Kind You Have Attorneys at Law MT. VERNON, KY, Always Bought We Are Authorized to Announce stcmach and bowels. Price 5c c. I dare not mention the subject of as the as pure and immaculaie B. C. LEWIS Sold by John Sobins, Brodhead, tRooms over Baker's Store Fron Offices in Bethurum Bldg. snowflakes that fell on 3 on Alrine social impurity before a mixed Bears the Ky. Phone 49-As a candidate for State Senator for the slopes. Day after day that moth- ctudience. If I should mention Signature of C&&Z4 vUS&k 17th Senatorial District, subject to the WUl.practice in all the Couits, X Republican party, August primary 1915. er watched over and, ten derly car this subject before my people it , Upuil illT UIKI) wi t w .v, - J breast, formed by her !. say? .fcvj- . THE CHURCH AS o NOTICE TO THE a!! I !. i"II! S ftUUUnLULmLH flennw 0a. d. 9.. Tax xsLTr ers Of Rockcastle County old-tim- e THE COMMON SENSE WAY j t.-llit- s r am Who owe Taxes for 1914: bound to make my settlement with the county and have to balance to meet the settlement. Now I 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 j e, blame me as you have had plenty of time lo pay them. Your household goods will nut be excepted for I mean this. Yours, n - - .... - CAM MULLINS, p32 j a-- . j ' j j Iftfi ftft YEAR d j 'fpit , ! I Courier - Journal! Daily by Mail "'I H rt j . j During anuary February Only t at-ra- ck JUST REGULAR PRICE he-ve- ns y JULIAN MILLER, y -- Field Seed Courier Journal Co., Louisville, Ky. y?w w,;' ri'Trx. d Stanford, Ky. j000KHKM00HXKXKKKK0 Fresh Bread -- 1 ma-nun- Bush Nelson On MONDAY & THURSDAY Dealers Wanted Fresh Meat, Sausage ETC. TUESDAY & FRIDAY at o ? n s wide-awak- e 8-5- Williams, be-for- i. Drummonds LIVINGSTON, f quick-sellin- money-makin- 21-- i.-- ff0KKKKKHKKHK d B ss CASTOR A &$PP3 un Occ Dentist S. 7JXX3IGX3IC M I VERNON SiGNALI 79 J. Mat Louis Miller is in Oklahoma on conductor on the L & N. for 00 a visit to his father. year.---, has the sympathy of many probably friends along tins line, in the Mole Crawford will move to E. 13. Brown's residence death ol his v- it'e which occurd Tuesday at tl-- Willi rd hotel in on old Main. Everett MulHnsand sister, Missj Louisville of pneumonia. Ruth have been in Louisville for j The recital of Miss Brown's a few days dormi music pupils at Langdon Triiible Bryant is herefrom last evening was thoroughly Paris spending a few days with enjoyed by the spkwlid audience showing the lainilv of S. B. Ramsey. who heard them. The daugh- made by each is evi lence ot Miss Mrs W. J. Sparks and ters, Misses Fan and Bess Sparks, Brown's ability h r. teqeher and are at the Seelbach, Louisville, for that tb girls are doing good work y Pula.ki County Will Build New BOND up No. JQ" wten- T7Q be run Highways to Lincoln Line A telenrnne line will J wan to Commu.nleate wftla 9IGNAL over Somerset road Mt. Vernon to Level G'een at an early date and Berea, Ky., Somerset, Ky., Jan. 18. With ten or a dozen telephones install- $2l,ooo in hand and January 18, i9i5. the State ed thereon. Dear Mr. Editor: ready to give a lik amount on As this is my sixty-nintbirth 3 ro tea- CIRCUIT COURT Rl 14 February 1, the Commercial Clnb I I day I thought I would write a LjiSK Dork Laiigford was given judg and members of the Fiscal Court LOUlSV'LLE&NSHVIU.CR R. Coment against tho Novwich Union huve decided upon April 1 as the few lines from this point as I hardFire Insurarce S;cH'ty for the day upon which the first shovel of ly ever see anything in your TIME TABLE. full amount af his policy. Most dirt will be turned on the new valuable paper from here. And p tn 22 north 5.04 of the wet k has bi en devoted to $4o,ooo highway across the coun as lama native of old Rockcastle 3:56 a m 24 nortn the trial of Etjm y business. Court ty, starting at the Cumberland was born and raised there and 423 south 1139 a ro will adjourn tomorrow. .lived there all mv lite up to a lit iivci ct u Liui umc auu luiiuiitg 12:13 a m tle over a year ago. I love old 2i South NoticK: Tneie will be held in diagonally across the couniy to the Agent. Rockcastle and the people there Jas. Landrum, rnv office on the last Friday and Lincoln line. The sum of $2.ooo seem near and dear to me. As Phone No. 8. iqITi, an ex- is available for each of the tweuty-twSaturday of Janu-irmiles it is planned to build, I grow older everything seems to amination of nop irmts for comEntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice be more dear to me. When I was mon school graduation diplomas. and the contracts are to be let to a mail matter. s as a boy I rambled no and down large contractor,' one' who can This Jan. 21 i9i5. these creeks fishing and over W. A B Davis, Supt. guarantee to push the road to comP E 11 S 0 N A L these hills hunting squirrels, rabwithin the year. Lowe, who was a pletion Mr. 1t. Veknon, on a $20o,oco 21 onu issue lor buua- lingroads in that couuty and the Ky Jan. 22 1915 proposition carried seven to one. G.e.P o.iy, .,. tmmmmtmmmtumm a" S2faeSmuM ed FIRSTSHOVELAPKIL1 .WHYS FDR THE 1 ISSUE Enlist m Our Big Army YOU ARE ELIGIBLE and To see that vou g-e- Xml: h 1 afraid for we are not out "blood" but for more business. t need not be for i right goods and right prices. "votir riVhts" y o stcond-ciiis- t is just as important to ''fight" for your rights in business as in any other good cause. big: bits and other game. Little did I McParSand Memorial think that I would be here in this good year 1O15 to write about it, Presbyterian Church. but God in his infinite wisdom has following services will be spared me to stay this long, but The how much longer I cannot 'e'l. He held next Sunday. only knows School- - 0.45 a. in. Not my will but Sabbath Classes for all ages, and a place Thine be done. for every member of the family I love those rocks and rills, Morning preaching service u Those plains and wrodeil hills, For Thee 1 sigh : M. Macmillan. a. m. Rev. .1 of my native birth, Everybody come. Subject for When all was joy and mirth. the sermon, '"Family Alter." It almost makes me cry. L-m- d army of satisfied customers get what's coming to you, 'even if you have to get in and fight for it." In this day of close margins in selling, it is up to you to And it is about time that you were enlisting" in our look out for 'No, J" buy where the buyin's good. the winter. Mr and Mrs. Tom O'Marn are rejoicing; over the arrival of a line boy on last Saturday. Tom, Jr., is his name. J. Frank McKinney of Springfield, Mo , is visiting lus father and mother. Mr and Mrs. Logan McKinney, near Hansford. Geter Palin was here from Louisville Monday. Geter is liking his new home very well. He will move his family to Louisville at once. Fonzy Kicketts of Lebanon, who was a citizen of Pine Hill during the bo om days thirty years tigo was here yesterday shaking hands with old triends Alices Flora and Cleo Penning ing, of Livingston, are Uie guests of then cousin, Miss Lenora Par-rotThey will visi'w relatives in Brodhead, before returning homr Mrs. Mary Williams has been very sick most of this week. She is resting b tter now We regret to have say that it looks as though fiere is not much hope for her recoverv. Albert GiifTin a live member of good roads band, living between Pine Hill and Mullins Station, ha the honor of placing his name at the head of the petition calling for bond issue. Atty C. R. Brock, of Denver, who has been with his father, Mr D. R. Brock at London came down yesterday to see his sister, M rs Albright and niece Mrs Fish accompanied Brock Mr. D. R. him. After a three weeks stay in Mt. Vernon, Miss Cecil Davis and her brother. Maxwell, returned to their home in Burnside, accompanied bv their cousins, Misses Roberta and Lyda Purcell who will be gone about two months. t. I AS. MAHET, April 4th is Eister Sunday. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Round trip to Cincinnati $5.40 of Vital Religious cussion limited to Dear Jjji: February I hereby return petition . I only Themes National March 3rd. Account got a few signers owing to fact I The above meeting: will be held Educational Associations!, could not get out. However, I at the Presbyteritn church at 2 p. To look guess theie will be signers enough Salesman Wanted: m. Sunday. Subject. "Asa Christ after our interest in Rockcastle 10 tmuuie i.ne court to maice an ian Country. Should we place au Office department to transmit all and adjacent counties. Salary or order directing the election. I Embargo, on Munitions of War Commission. unemployed was, as you are aware, against the applications of the for Belligerent Nations." Speak, The free of postage. United Address Thk Harvey Oil Co bond isjue before, but as I under ers. Messrs Young and Lewis to solve, at Cleveland, Ohio. stand the law in regard to build- States has undertaken Discussion open for all. ing roads, now, obtaining aid the least possible expense to them Julian Bordes, living on the Mr H. C. Pennington, Secre-fi- r from the state and in building the problem of the unemployed. Brodhead and Copper Creole road -- of the Laurel Grocery Co., of Excellent for stomach was Monday. He says there under state supervision, i think Trouble. Eist Bernstadt, was in town yes is a here is ripe tor everyone to movement on foot to hae tbe time ' Chamberlain's Tablets are jus He terday selling our merchants act Don't think would be prua bridge placed across Di? river for his had quite a nice business dent or wise to fail to vote the fine for stomach trouble,' writes on the above mentioned road. Grocery first trip. The Laurel bonds, thereby loosing our chance Mrs G.C.Dunn, Arnold, Pa. "I. was bothered with this complaint Co. are first class people with first We trust that those who owe of obtaining the amount thereby for some time and frequently had class goods and the prices right the Signal, will appreciate the fact due the county from the State. bilious attacks. Chamberiain's and with a better freight rate, that the editor needs his money. So, as I understand the matter, Tablets agorded me great relief than many of their competitors We are not giving papers away. now I am as strong for this issue from the first, and since taking them I feel like a may rightly expect a liberal pat- It costs money and plenty of it to as I was against the other. Wish- one bottle of different person." For sale by all ronage from Rockcastle merchants publish a country paper, even ing success to the good road under dealers. though it is as sorry as some says taking, I am, ELDER CRAIG. the Signal is. Yours truly, Livingston Preby- Miss Nannie Elder, of uear Eee T. J. Hayes. Lick, and Mr. Joe S. Craig of the JUST SO terian Church. John Scott, Bromo, Ky:--- I Qua section, were quietly marThe tomb is waiting for us all, am for the bond issue for many ried at the home of Rev. D. R, Beginning Tuesday Tan. 26th. Gentry, Sunday afternoon. The for every Jill and Jack, the baron reasons. It is the only way we in his stately hall, the pauper in will ever be able to build good and ending Feb. 3rd. A series of bride is the attractive daughter of Rev. and M rs. John Elder. The his .shack, the autocratic and the roads. G oi roads makes travel- lectures and sermons, dealing with themes, will groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. grand, the beautiful, the brave; ing a pleasrre. Will advance the bibical and popular LOCAL such thoughts come to me wheu I value of our farms Give us an be delivered at the Livingston lohn E. Craig. This is a splendid by Mrs. Pinkham's grave. easj way to get our produce to Presbyterian church, by the pastor The Mt. Vernon Fair will be young couple and we wish them a stand years or maybe days market, and this is the right step llev. J. M. Macraillian, every after-noolong and prosperous ueded life. A few short held Aug. of earthly calms and storms, and towards building up our schools and night, with the exception When you hear some lellow then the village cows will graze Have you seen the shoe bargains and churches. Over one half the of Saturday, Jan. 3oth. The foltalking about his county paper, above our sleeping forms. A few exoense will be borne by corpora- lowing is the schedule and subshown in Fish's windows? Bargains in heavy suits fo r how tsorry it is, you can go a short days or maybe hours, in tions, and there is no other way jects arramged: cases out of which man frets and fumes; the by which we can ever wager, ninety-nin- e men, women and boys at Fish's hope to Tuesday Night one hundred that, that fellow owes mourners then will strew their bring our country to the front. "What does Livingston need the Ihe latest report is that the coal for his paper. They always begin flowers upon our misfit tombs A Bos will have the tanns where most?" deal people will be here by Feb. 1. to kick when pay day comes, yet little while of grief or glee, to frol- there are good roads. Wednesday Afternoon The innocent bystander soon some of them never pay, and if the ic and to slaye; a little trip upon "Expositions from the Prophet P. E. Drummond, Livingston J. loses his innocence or ceases to by newspaper man fails to bow down the sea whose harbor is the grave. Malachi." The greatest value at the least aud call them .blessed, great and So what's the use of buculing Stand. cost is what the people want Wednesday Night Contractor S. T. Proctor will every other kind of good name, down with fiery, frenzied zeal, to The bond issue is the best and "Who are Christians?" ready for F. L. Durham to he is a scoundrel, liar and the corner all the coin in town, to nail quickest way. be Thursday Afternoon each plunk "and wheel? What move into his new home by Feb x. truth not in bim. The World Wide Missions of Dr. R. G. Webb, Livingston shall it profit us to heap our coffers Taere is no feature ' in any comRev. H. T. Young, of the the Presbyterian Church," Craig Thomason who bought moved his Christian church and Rev. J. M. full of gold? It won't be with us munity more conducive to good Thursday Night Manis' old stand, has in the church1 Heaven? Can a rich man-ente- r morals, happiness and progress family from Adams street over the Macmillan, of the Presbyterian when we sleep down yard mold. What shall it profit to than good roads. All thinking Friday Afternoon have perfected "arrangements store. whereby that two Sundays out of deny the poor's appeal for aid? persons agree upon this fact. All "The policy of the PresbyterThe board of Supervisors have Go ask that man of wintry eye ian Church." good citizens therefore, ought; to each month, the evening services been in session this week heating the sexton with his spade. So be in favor of good roads and we Friday Night be union services, an j one complaints from those whose will "I-- it true that there is a Hell?" Sunday evening the services will while this aarth we still infest, think they are. property was raised. let's revel in good deeds; lets' Christian church be held at the Saturday Meetings Omitted Addition To Livingston We have just received from L conducted by Rev. Young and think less of the treasure chest, Sunday Morning n a. m. ; , N Camden a sack of garden seeds next service in two weeks at the anu more 01 numan neeas anu Ura "Fireside Religion." fw distribution. Anv one desir- Presbyterian and Rev. Macmillan when at last, of honors full, we've few m0llths there will be a large Sunday Night for ing a package can have same by will preach. Such an arrange- laid down and died, the world sura of money Speilt ju LjvinJ,s. "Is it necessary to unite with calling at Signal office .LUcy CiC wuui. fcon ,u ,he way of improvement the church?" ment appeals to us as the proper wmaaj. aml wii h n .rpnt. hnln tn 0- ,. thing to do and at each of these and forty inches wide. " Monday Afternoon Mrs. Henry Owens, of Livings-j"Expositions from $he Apostles one in the city. We have always ton, died Wednesday and was' services, there should be crowded Sunday the first Creed' thought that our town would take buried yesterday. We will have a houses. Next FOR FLETCHER'S on a new growth which it so well Monday Night service will be held at the Chris-reportLivingston full report from our 'Why am J a Presbyterian? deserves. next week. , tian church, at 7:30 p. in. I see you are agitatiog a bond Chairman, Mr. John p m. Subject of discussic n issue of $100,000 for road purNotice: To the tax payers of Brown. poses. Well, if I was out there a Chrisiian Nation, should we the town of Mt Vernon, who have 'As and allowed a vote tjiere I would not settled their town tax for the place an embargo on munitions of vote for the bond issue this time Nations?" year 1914, I nsk you to py them war for Belligerent but I was against it the other Speakers, Rev. Young and Judge time for by February 1st, if not I am going various reasons. This Lewis Everybody invited these taxes, to levy time, with the aid we get lrom the 0. E. Society 6 30 p m. P. D. DkBokd Marshal state aud other things considered Mt. Vernon, Ky All young people invited to attend I think it is the best thing the Night Service will be held at the Some may The man who never reads anv Disciples Church, by an agree county could do. think it is not much of my busikind of new&pap r, Journal or ment effected between the two ness now, but is. I still own a being a Magazine, can .not ht-lchurches. The service will be farm and pay tax forin Rockcastle. failure. Tl;o world is moving conducted by Rev. Yodng assisted Wishing the Signal success and and wiLhout more or less ward by Mr. Macmillan. Bro. Young Rockcastle people good luck reading on the part ofovery irdi wjll preach the sprmon. Time, I am, Yours respectfully, vidua), no matte:' what his avoca 7:30. Come and help to make W. M. Hayes tion in life may be, tint individual this union service a sweeping sucis a drone and can not hope or exConway. Ky., cess. pect to be anything more. Jan. ao, I915. 2 Publ.c met ting for discussion you long after youVe forgotten the price. Come in and look around, you'll find a warm fire and a welcome whether you buy anything or not. Use our 'phone any time you like. (t When you buy anything here we want it to satisfy We Stand By What You Buy.' fr "w 1 p TfppSxZgs&&&. Cs- m M iwi a mrmn " " --tsa.- - iii. LEADIrlGCLg iTrVteH; 3 iui m i J The Home The government of the United States has established a national employment bureau. It has made every postmaster in the country, every rural mail carrier and every crop reporter of the Agricultural department a local agent to bring employers of labor and unemployed farmers, mechanics and artisans together. It has directed the Post ! ood Slothes Pubiic Reeling for The Dis- MARDI GRAS FEBRUARY 11-1- 6, 1S15 2o-2i-2- New Orleans, La. Mobile, Ala. LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TICKETS ON SALE FEBRUARY 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and IS. Good Returning to Reach Original Starting Point Before Mlduiiht February 3i, 1915. Privilege ot Extension of Float Limit to Tteach Original Starting Point Befora Midnight March 15, 1915. by Deposit of Ticket and Payment of Fee of Jl.BO. For Full information Apply to Nearest Ticket Agent. H. C. KING, Pass r and Ticket Agent 101 East Main St., Lexington, Ky. -- Tuesday Afternoon The Good Roads people are "The Epistles to the Romans'' preparing a paper, to be issned Tuesday Night sometime next week, on the bond "What is the Baptism of the issue question, in which efforts Holy Ghost?" will be made to cover all points Wednesday Afternoon "The Acts oHhe Apostle," Wednesday Night "Can we fall from Grace" These Meetings are for the saint and sinner alike. They are intended to be Educational, Evangelical and Inspirational. We believe the subjects are adapted to the needs of the community That's why we have prepared them. We are not seeking to arouse you by mere sensationalism or thru the channel of your emotions, but by a straight forward endeavor to look facts in the face. You are cor-- ' diallv invited to come and whatever you find to be out of harmony with the word of God, you are adThe vised to instantly reject. afternoon meetings begin at 2:30 o'clock. The night meetings begin at 7:i5.o'clock. 1 u connected with the road question; such as showing lotal amount of taxable property in the county. The per cent of total tax the railroads and corporations will pay, including incorporated towns; where the two proposed roads thru the county will run. State Aia. The length of time it will require to pay off the bonds. In- terest. How and by whom the money will be handled. How tae contracts for construction is to be awarded. In lact it is meant to give, in the proposed paper, in-tformation covering every point possible in connection with the road and bond question. It is the intention to place the above mentioned statement in the hands of every voter of the county. he 1 In our last issue we failed to mention the wedding of Mrs. Laura Proctor of this place and of Terre Mr. George Aicher, Danville, Boyle County Haute, Ind , on Saturday Jan. 2nd at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. and Boone Way Tom Proctor. After spending a few days in Louisville they went Monday's Courier Journal says to Terre Haute where Mr. AicLer ! s ,..t ,i Ch.idren Cry er the Boyle County Fiscal Court, at, is engaged in business. Danville has completed arrangements to accept State aid and will expend 43,000 in the reconstruction of her turnpikes. The larger portion of tb!s sum will be expend ed on the pike reading to Harrods-bur- g and the one leading to Stanford, as these are to be part of the KILLS Wrf Fb Boone Way from Cumberland Gap to Louisville. As a matter of Way move- boosting the Boone IT MUMIFIES THEM. ment, Boyle county proposes to be Harmloss to .human beings or live the first in the State to actually stock. Rid your place of these pest construct such a turnpike as will wunom smeii or aanger. uraer a can 50c and S1.00 meet the expectations of those in today- for Prices postagepajd can, 0 lb. $5QQ pa1 RatCom charge of the movement to estab- - is guaranteed to do all we say. RAT CORN Er CASTORIA lish Boone Way. ' .W.Bush Nelson, Lexington. Ky, 1 ' TT7 ik V3L y- V . k?&&&&d&3& pi.-Xo- : jjnoeapc UNDERTAKER f THFRHRfii liwiii tf vi PiPQ m THE CHIIBTY FWRi LEY EL UKEEiV ninm Ben a . bGe3w. Brodhead .. Ky i The i. & COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Gaskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled .pc83Cfacyr.& yr&&c&&$k-TrBMMCWM I r HJI y& Vi W "EJT U ML,.aSttfg-l- f b'li.l.'1. JMESKg'TB'J MMmTTi "S U V ezs Esass&i 3- -s fc i.w 3? LSlS fifvg? sfi9 KfkjA J S aac V I ra F8! Fv fis ra? Z a wr I tg Onr line of Ouuoh Caskets j . 'i J Band-mad- e Collins furnislied Hearse sent to all parts ol - aa6Si2thoC,ou,,tyAll orders byvYire Promptly Filled aWJi? Phone 94-- S W MT. VEilXOX, KY w sftli i i I rl 1 ?: 11" i .s mr ;.y:;:,-. .Hi J,!n:,v. ". ' ...L; " . 'v k itill! Hi l 111 I hi iltlflli i'i lilt Hit i '.1 : i .' liTIIIMIIII.l..lI'li;i'l'r i0;iY?l: 11 WW i WSJI i A p!ia& lllillffdl !'!! 'II -' 'I SI ' ' I. .! Til IP te'-f&m&- i IflHili. .ii1iilii!liiiiUii'illlii1.!,i:1, jii.jw,i.U!;iM.iiiiiii.iii!i!!v iiinnsiiiiii.itRSfTiniJiliifiiiiiiiniittTnf fea CanMakeYoiir HouseMore Attractive itli the iianclsciime Sabbiit Preininms Burton was up fl'oui Plato the latter part of last linger a moment at a few of the points , of greatest interest. We will first week to clerk in the store while visit the mechanical department and his falhe asin Mt Vernon on hold communion with the world's Ey Peter Radford business. Mr. and Mrs. O. greatest thinkers. Lecturtr National l'aiiucrV Union ' You-ar- e now attending a congress of Broughton and children are with A broad campaign ot publicity on sci- " the mental giants in mechanical the subject ot rural life Is needed in ence of all ages. They are addressing relati ,, es at Somerset this week, E- this state today to briiiL the problems you in tongues of iron and steel Thompson spent last week of the farmers to the torttront. The in language mute and powerful telland." Mrs. V an with his parents here. city problems are blazoned upon the eloquent story of the world's progress. H. Brown and three little daughfront pages of the metropolitan dail- The inventive geniuses are the most for last Wednesday ies and echoed in the country pres?. valuable farm hands we have and ters left but the troubles of the farmers are they perform an enduring service to Chickasha, Okla., a two after hO seldom told, except by those mankind. We can all help others for months pleasant stay here Miss seelt to prolil by the story, and the a brief period while we live, but it is visiiim? in Mt, ob glitter of the package ofttimes takes a master mind to tower into the Margaret Jones scures the substance A seaiching in realm of science and light a torch of Vernon and Berea lor a few days. vcstigat.on into the needs of the progress that will illuminate the pathB. Whitis of Shopville. was here farmers will reveal many inherent de way of civilization for future generatcts sn our economic system that can tions. The men who gave us the last week on business. Miasts be easily remedied when properly un sickle, the binder, the cotton gin and Sallie and Hazel PrLeare spendderstood and illuminated by the pow- hundreds of other valuable inventions ing a few diys at Withers. Mrs. er of the press. work in every field on earth and will W. r. DeBord slowly improving is The runl prss, the pulp't and the continue their labors as long as time 3c!.)ol are a tiinity of powerful in Their bright intellects have conquered Mr. A. C. Sowder wss in Sora .'lucnecs that the farmer must utilise death and they will live and serve ertet moat of last week on busi 'o the r lullest capacity before he can mankind on and on forever, without Wade H. Mullins was in ccupy a commanding position in pub money and without price. They have ness :ic au'airs These gigantic agencies arc shown us how grand and noble it is Mt. Vernon last Monday. Miss jivmized in every rural commumtj to work for others; they have also Ora Brown spont last Friday with tnd only await the pationage and taught us lessons in economy and effof the hrmcrs to fully de iciency, how to make one hour do the her sister, Mrs. Eugene McWil vclop their energy and usefulness work of two or more; have length- hams at Bandy. Misses Elizabeth Phpv ."iif-- local forces working for ened our lives, multiplied our and Flora Hurst were in Somerset fie bo.U intoiests of thf'r respective opportunities and taken toil off the Mrs Friday and Saturday. Hiuinitniticd Their work is to build back of humanity. and their object is to serve. Tliej They are the most practical men Mary Hurley is with her brother, prosper only through the development the world ever produced. Their in- John McKinney, here and will and prosperity of the community ventions have stood the acid test of likely spend the rernairder of the Evciy tarmcr in this state should utility and efficiency. Like all useful Mrs. A. C. Sowder subscribe for the local paper, as well men, they do not seek publicity, yet winter here. as farm periodicals and such other millions of machines sing their praises continues very sick Mr. H. D publications as he may find profitable, from every harvest field on eaith and Sunday but he should by all means subscribe as many plows turn the soil in mute Burnett of Luretha, spent Monday with his daughter, and for his local paper, and no home applause of their marvelous should be without it. The local paper Mrs. Win H. Brown. Rev. Jas is part of the community life and the preached at Riddle of Cove, editor understands the farmer's prob Friendship last Sunday night. lems. It is the local press that will FARMER RADFORD ON study the local problems and through WOMAN SUFFRAGE Wm. H. Brown, after being conits columns deal with subjects of most fined to his room for ten weeks vital importance to local life of the The home is the greatest contribu- with a cut foot is able to be out community. tion of women to the world, and the on his crutches Mrs Chas. Hurst A Noble Task. hearthstone is her throne. Our soreturned to her home in Indiancial structure is built around her, and In too many instances the country social righteousness is in her charge. apolis alter spending the holidays papers mimic the city press by giv Her beautiful life lights the skies of ing prominence to scandals, accidents hope and her refinement is the charm with friends and relatives here, V . E Anderson was with relatives l and political agitation. The of twentieth century civilization. Her placed upon the graces and her power are the cumu- at Witheis a few days last week. civilization has Agriculture. us1take I Local Paper a Most Useful Agency on the Farm The Press, Pulpit and School a Trinit; of stopped fair than anyone else. The fair to a on the merchants and Influence That Must Bo city man is an entertainment; to a over might with his sister Mrs J. iS Utilized in Building a Brown.-Bo- oue d"c,atiT. Let ' Revs. O. K. Carmical and Jas. Cummins are conducting a series ' of meetings at Mt. Pleasant this By Peter Radford WCek.- -C. E. Mnllins Was through Lecturer National Farmers' Union The farmer gets more out of the here the firSl oE laSt week ca,llnS Children Cry for Fletcher's SfM' J. lisi it -- m per-pLJ- T-od ' i I The Kind You Have Always Bonght, and which has been 111 use for over JO years, has bornothe sijrnature of and has been made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. t C&ccuM Allow no one to deceive 3011 in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-go- J , goric, Drops and Soothinjr Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other .Narcotic substance. Its acre is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than tliirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, AVind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. - CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Oil, Castoria is a harmless Pare- IENOINE CASTORIA (Bears the Signature of ALWAYS ii fl lie Kind You Have Always Bough! In C&d Use For Over THE CENTAUn COMPANV N CW YOU K CITY. 30 Years . WHEN YOU WANT Genera! Merchandise Farm Implements CO TO new-rura- can of Babbitt's pure lye is paid insurance against dirt or germs: guaranteeing1 clean A TEN-CEN- T sinks, and thoroughly sweet and sanitary conditions in the home, and in your barns, kennels or hen hGuses. If you will write we will send you a book Absolutely Free telling a hundred uses for Babbitt's ; also our premium catalogue illustrating beautiful and valuable presents exchanged for coupons. L-ye- B. T. BABBITT BABBITT'S LYE P. O. Box 1776 WI!i!rr"iii The Great Soap Maker Tie Best Home Saap Maker 10c and enlarged possibilities for usefulness. It cannot perform its mission to agriculture by recording the frailties, the mishaps and inordinate ambitions of humanity, or by filling its columns with the echoes of the struggles of busy streets, or by enchanting stories of city life which lure our children from the farm. It has a higher and nobler task. Too often the pages of the city dailies bristle with the struggle of ambitious men in their wild lust for power, and many times the flames of personal conflict sear the tender buds of and illuminate the pathway to destruction. The rural press is the governing power of public sentiment and must hold steadfast to principle and keep the ship of state in the roadstead of progress. The rural press can best serve the interests of the farmers by applying its energies to the solution of problems affecting the local community. It rural press renewed responsibilities, lative products queenly of generations of conquest, and her crown ot Coughs Children's exalted womanhood is jeweled with Bad Colds Both the wisdom of saintly mothers She When oue of your little ones has been a great factor in the glory shows symptons of an approaching of our country, and her noble achievements should not be marred or her cold, give it Dr. Bell's at once. It acts quickly, hallowed influence blighted by the at d prevents the cold 'growing coarser duties of citizenship. Ameri Very healing soothes can chivalry should never permit her worse to bear the burdens of defending and the Lungs, loosens the mucous, maintaining government, but should strengthens the system. It's preserve her unsullied from the allied guaranteed. Only 25c. at vour influences of politics, and protect her druggist. Buy a bottle today. from the weighty responsibilities of Bpckleu's Arnica Salve for Sores, the sordid affairs of life that will crush her ideals and lower her standards. The motherhood of the farm HANSB'URD. is our inspiration, she is the guardian of our domestic welfare and a guide Miss Dela Mink of Cedarville, to a higher life, but directing the afgovernment is not within wo- was the guest of Miss Berta Kir by fairs of man's sphere, and political gossip from Saturday uniil Monday. would cause her to neglect the home, The singing school that is being forget to mend our clothes and burn ciiildrn's are Pine-Tar-Hon- ey JONAS McKENZIE THE Chas. C. Davis OLD SSIL3ASL5 ML Vernon, Ky. Highest in Strength but not in Price New York City THE BEST GROCERS HANDLE BABBITT'S LYE RHE&ffl&TiQ & must stem the "mighty- - Jife .current that is moving from th'e'Jariff to the cities, sweeping before ft athousand boys and girls per day; ;It ha's to deal with the fundamental problems of civilization at their fountain head. Its mission is to direct growth, teach efficiency and mold the intellectual life of the country, placing before the public the daily problems of the farmers and giving first attention to the legislative, educational and social needs of the agricultural classes within its respective community. The Power of Advertising. the biscuits. RURAL SOCIAL CENTERS We need social centers where our .young people can be entertained, Gil'. QUSQK RELIEF Pain leaves almost as if by magic wheu ou begin using the famousold remedy for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Gout, Hotel Henry Wafterson LOUISV1LLE, KY. The South most popular priced, modern hotel. Absolutely situated in the very hart of k retail (hopping distlictand near all the theatre. Finest Cafe in Louiaville, with moderate prices. Clu!? Drealcfaet from 25c up ; noon day Lunch 50c; table dr hote Dinner, 6 to 8 p. m $ .00. Also elaborate a la carte service in Restaurant. Rathskeller open from 4 p. m. tc I a. m. Orchestral and vocal music fire-proo- f; 1 E ' fj i !'? ii 1 I f Jriii pla nl tf . Vnydrug- RtRt can supply you. I you live too far from a drug store send One Dollar to Svvanson Rheumatic Cure Co , Newark, will be Ohio, and a bottle of sent prepaid. lTO5,.r, Vi iJl'M m s" flrS&sS Sciatica, Neuralgia ind kindred troubles. It goes right to the spot, stops the aches and pains and makes life worth living. Get a bottle of today. A booklet with each bottle gives full directions for use. Don't delay. Demand "Drops. " Don't ac- ceP' anything el se in are best advertised. The farmer is entitled to all the advantages and deserves all the luxuries of life. We need more art, science and useful facilities on the Education is a developing of the farms, and many homes and farms mind, not a stuffing of the memory. are well balanced in this respect, but Digest, what you read. the advertiser can render a service by teaching the advantages of modern Old men have visions, young men equipment throughout the columns of Successful have dreams. farmers press. the rural plow deep while sluggards sleep. The farmers are in need of personal leadership. They have political leaders, but they need local industrial community and educational leaders. The influence of advertising is clearly visible in the homes and habits of the farmers, and the advertising columns of the press are making their imprint upon the lives of our people. The farmer possesses the tilings that amused and instructed under the direction of cultured, clean and competent leadership, where aesthetic surroundings stir the love for the beautiful, where art charges the atmosphere with inspiration and power, and innocent amusements instruct and brighten their lives. To hold our young people on the farm we must make farm life more attractive as well as the business of farming more remunerative. The school house should be the social unit, properly equipped for nourishing and building character, so that the lives of our people can properly function around it and become supplied with the necessary elements of human thought and activity. The growing of legumes will retard soil depletion and greatly add to its power to produce. taught at this place under the ?t ructions of Mr Fred Doan is nicely. Frank Mc progressing Kinney of Walnut Grove, Mo., is visiting relatives here. Rev. C. K. Carmical is holding a protract Mt. Pleasant. -od meeting at Maggie Misses Roxieand of iiloss, spent Saturday with their grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Kirbv. Miss bidney Kin-ce- r euteredichool at Berea last week. Miss Fannie Rowe has been very sick for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Logan McKinney are much better at this time. Ben Bullock and family spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives and Mrs John at Bloss.--Mr- . Graves spent a portion of last wet k with Mr and Mrs. W. H. Graves. Miss Sarah Payne returned home Saturday after spending three Mrs. James Winstead weeks at Mt. Vernon. Mr. William Renuer has returned hone after spending a moath with Mr. and Mrs. John Mize at Pine Hill of Rosco and Mitchell Norton Wabd, attended church here Sunin Mc-Clure 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. ! Yours respectfully, CHAS. Qhone No. 39 G DAVIS w-.t- h ROOM PRICES Vit'i running water and private toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 per day with private bath S2.50 to $3.50 per day. You ere cordially invited to male this hMel your headquarters while in Louisville, evn if only for a dc. Have your msil i"d pacctcs addressed here. Yon w;i! J elwa) she a welcome euest. ROSERT B JOHE3. Manc8er. -- Large sample rooms fr U . fiftsC, "" ti XiJ.1 tv. r. JL a By special arrangement the Ratekin We t ffer One Hundred Dollars Tor Infants and Children-- . Seed House of Shenandoah, Iowa, one of Reward for any case of Catarrh firms in The Kind You Have Always Bought the oldest, best established seed their Big the country will mail a copy of that cannot be cured by Hall's Illustrated Seed Catalogues. This book Catarrh Cure. Bears the is complete on all farm and garden seeds. F. J. Cheney &Co., Toledo, O. Signature It tells ho: to grow big yields and all best varieties of Corn for your We the undersigned, have known about the locality; also Seed Oats, Wheat Barley, F. J. Cheney for tbe last 15 ears Sneltz. Grasses, Clovers, Alfalfa, Pasture and believe him perfectly honorand. and Lawn Mixtures, Seed TRYTRISFOR NEURALGIA all other farm and garden Potatoes This able in all business transactions seeds. Thousands of people keep on Book is worth dollars to all in want of aud financially able to carry on fuffering with Neuralgia because seeds of any kind. IT'S FREE to all any obligations made by his firm. Write for it todajr Natioual Bank of Commerce, they do not know what to do lor our readers. paper. The address is and mention this Toledo, O. it. Neuralgia is a pain in the RATEKIN'S SEED HOUSE, HaU's Catarrh Cure is taken inyou want to' do is nerves. What Shenandoah, Iowa. CASTOR! A FREE TO FARMERS SEEDS day. HOWS THIS It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania' Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing .of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I &&& wish every suffering woman would give N. V Lame back may come from over work, cold settled in the muscles of Ihe back, or from disease. In the two former cases the right remedy is Ballard 's Fno v Liniment. It should be rubbed in thoroughly over the affected pan, tbe relief will be prompt and satisfactory. Prioe 25c, ooc aud $t.oo per bottle. Sold by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. Manufacturer of and and Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. ' GEO. OWENS Propr Pone 112 ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tbe system. Testimonials sent tree. Pleurisy pains are located over the painful part do not rub in. Sloan's Liniment penetrates below the short ribs. Lumbago Price 75 cents per bottle. SoiU but to-- . by all Druggists. very quickly to the sore, irritated 'affects the ' Take Halls Family Pills for ward the back. 'Ballard's Snow nerve and allays the inflammation Liniment is the remedy in either constipation. Get a hot tie of Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any druggist and case. If rubbed in thoroughly it; have it in tbe house against colds eases pain, relaxes tne muscles sore and swollen joints, lumbago, and the patient can move about Piice?.5c' sciatica and like ailments Your freely and comfortably FOR FLETCHER'S monev bacK if not satisfied, but 5oc and $1 00 per bottle Si.ld by it does give almost instant relief. John Robins, Brodhead. Ky. to soothe the nerve itself. Apply Sloan's I inimeut to the surface same-regio- n a The Woman's Tonic trial. I GMljajen Cry Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. and it always does me good." still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, 1 CASTORIA Get a Bottle Today! ymj mj imj M) KM) , 61 M) (Ml M) SMI mj mj KM) (!