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Mount Vernon signal: February 26, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915022601_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: February 26, 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. T - v, -- - '?--- ,- -! f -'- .! '.- - Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVIII. ammm MT. VERNON, i ROCKCASTLE witm BA THAT, ARE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY FEB. 26, 1915 tittM.iNUMBER 16 n mmm r sUARANTEEpi "T SWINDLES OF A Bill CITY SfX- - By W. 0. Jones, of Mt Vernon RG UNUSUAL BUILDING A SUIT on a foundation of pure woo! is like building a house on a rock. Our clothes are built of pure wool. Prices are cut lower than ever before MEMBER OF NEW YORK DETECTIVE FORCE AND EXTRAORDINARY "Signal readers will possibly be interested in some of the many swindles perpetrated on strangers and imigrants who come to this City and with which in contact in my position I come as De Ladies' Suits Men's Clothing! tective in the Police Department of the City of New York. The following are some of them: "DROPPING THE LEATHER" bhoes Wonderful Bargains I I fGUARANTEEDC J) jUjwX2(x 4GUARANTEEdY Every Transaction in this Sank is for the best Interest our Whose iiFrt&fle.es Interests Are First and Foremost With Us ij jj 11 We would sanction no transaction which dul not, in every way, make for the best Interests of our Recognizing the fact our customers, not only require, but insist upon the best service and absolute safety. 1,t "ay. This is a very simple swindle. The operator or his confederate walks in front of the victim aud drops a pocket book which is immediately picked up in front of the victim, and the operator opens the pocketbook and usually finds two or three one dollar bills which are good money and a one hundred dollar which is counterfit. there is usually a quarrel between the victim and the operator and finally the operator agrees to di vide with the victim suggesting tiat they not go immediately and a id change such a large bill but ttiat they wan until the next day to avoid all suspicion. The operator allows the victim to keep the money but as they are unknown to each other he asks the victim if he has not got enough money or valuables with him to come to half of the amount of what theyjiave found, that he give him wht be has, and thaf, he will tneet Jjitn at designated nlaco Hi fnllm;. 1 r--r Hardware Underwear Dry Goods Soecial P rices 23 percent 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, Remember, "A dollar saved- -a dollar made. the victim who soon finds out that ms supposed treasure is a fake. Bogus auctjqns are carried on the same as legitimate auctions, wun me exception, that several "CAPPERS" or fake bidders are used to 'BOOST" the prices. We have several storo hepe, mostly jewelry and trinket stores, which have large posters announcing that they must sell at once, by auction, all their goods as the own-er- s have gone into bankruptcy. These olaces have been selling out for the past eight years to my knowledge and the things they have look good bnt are not worth much. "GREEN GOODS" - ji vi tyurbB ne qoes u lloF MPm "BOGUS AUCTIONS" ue fJJWJi -- ) have started. 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 Vote for Progress Prosperity Snccess Advancement Education Civilization VoteAgainst Stagnat.un Decay Failure Hard Times Idleoess Dispair :. . vV- - The Bank of Mt Vernon The Bank that takes care of it's Customers Good Roads AS "Ujtema.h HHHIHHIW&kSgCT ' "n pvm i ffiBrxjgfe. a jferfaSss jrniLeii wji'u."7(MfvTrv lk "? iwi-i!- : vrxra ' : 4'. vv Mud Roads OHKK0KKHKKWKKH0KtKK- nift Sale Everything at Cost. Going for Gsjh and Produce at cash priee lor 30 days Men's Suits i, $5. to$10. Men's and Boys' Hats and Qaps aU kinds and styles at cost Large stock of Gingham, Calico & Suiting almost given away Nice line of Boys' Suits $1.25 up generally selected beW a mn. of town). When Complied with he is met at the station by one of the operatorsana brought to the place where the scheme is to be operated and which is nc.Wu as perfect "QUEER". He is iv;t. ed to come to, the. city (The victim The victim is communicated with by letter in which hp ic on. closed a genuine one dollar Wm purporting to show the result of a n. MACADAM WHICH ARE YOU FOR? l,j yv."7 MUD . j Mm. p the "Turning Hardware feGqqs straight Harness and Farming Implements OF ALL KINDS AT COST Furniture at c, Coffee lf)c .62 G to, CQine and give us a call and we will benefit you greatly Tell all yqur friends and cpme on GRAVELY & ELDER'S , BRODHEAD, KY. XKKKK0-0-0-0-0-0- - O00OO0HKKX Pine Hill for a few days. Miss fest week assisting R. R. Brown Cleo Poteet was the charming guest m wagon making. Miss Dahlia of Miss Nettie Brown last Satur- - Bailey was the guest of Miss Alza day night and Sunday. M. E. Owens last Thursday. Mrs. Wm. Burton Jr. has bought Whitis's Hurst, spent a few days last week interest in tht store here and the ' witn her father who is sick at the Cushing, Oklahoma, after a vary firm will be Burton &Son instead home of his daughter, Mrs. Mary MLHMQN GAM8" money. The stores t D- - DeBord. Granville Hurst has We expect to have a little relief pleasant visit with friends and of Whitis & Burton. This is operated in a Pool or Billiard Parlor, where the vietim is trom many of these triokers now relatives here. Other Catron of are very plentiful and each one, returned to Indiana, after a pleas- that they are going to have the Stanford and his sister, Mrs. T.J. seems to be doing a good aut stay nere with his father and luviiea to piay and is matched Panama-PacifiExDosfrioHMft. San mother. against some "Shark" (Profes-siona- l Francisco and a large nUtB,er; of Niceley of Mt. Vernon, were the business resrardless of tho war. t player). The vim."m ?, i. j them will be attraljeo theie,. know guests of their aunt, Mrs. W. F. xi. L,. Brown of Somerset, spent DeBord last Sunday. Mrs. F. E. Monday with his mother here. lowed to win the fijst game, but Vi J? that they will find their pro Mullins of Mullins Station, spent Miss Rose Gentry has returned . Colds and Croup In Children nucu tue stages are. higu enough Session more profitable where so" many straneers come to Rninv a few days last week with her from a two months stay with Mr. Many people rely upon Cham-an- d he is swindled out of all he has. themselves. Mrs. T.J. Brown at Somerset jberlain's Cough Remedy implicit- mother, Mrs M. Price. Edd "RlCKROCKETS" I will write you sooe again and Brown was in Crab Orchard last Miss Beatrice Broyles visited lv in caseJs.o coXAs and croup, and Pickpockets work in gangs of describe to you some of the many Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. her aunt, Mrs. O J. three or four. One of. the "Mob' employed by persons here Mary Dor wood ' ma.. of California spent fhursday night and attended "7T ".: have fonnrt as thieves call a gang, is. known writes: "I as who aye sharp enough. sometime several days last week with Mr. prayer meeting at the school house Iain's Cough Remedy to be the. the "Tool" who. r4ak.es th.e "Dip to swindle persons out of money. and Mrs. . T. Vanhook. Dr. G. Mr. J. J. Brown preached a very best medicine for colds and croup, or does the actual steaW th Please give mp best regards to B. Lawrence was in Mt. Vernon interesting sermon last Saturday I have ever used, and never tire. others of the "Mob" are "Stalls" all of my friends at Mt. Vernon last Friday on business David night at the school ' house, the of recommending it to my neighwnoorowdthe victim, shoving and tell them that If any of them bors and friends. I have always Craig was down from Mt. Vernon house was crowded, and each en given it to my children and pushing him or obstructing ever come to New when sufYork I. would Monday. Clell French has re- joyed the sermon immensely. fering from croup, and it has neve'-failehis way, making it easy for the like to have them to visit me at turned to his home to give them prompt relief.' ' Tool" to pick his in Colorado The suhject was "Faith" Mr. Docket. Pint. No. 150 West 166th street. I am after a three months stav with his and Mrs. Cy Burton spent Sunday For sale by all dealers. pockets are, as a rule, well dress- going to try and come back next yith their aunt, Mrs. Elizibeti ed young men. There are year for tbe Fair and. I will see grandmother., Mrs. J. N. Brown. very up from Plato DeBord who is yet in a verv criti ifoote .Burton was few old men ta the "GRAT?T" you then." v for few days first of the, wek. cal condition. Bud Stringer of They usually work on rr-- w , in-lav-r- victim is shown, real money; the deal is then made for the purchase of the same, but during the interval the bag is changed for a similar one, which is rilled with green pacer cut in the size and shape. Qf real bills. On top Qf each, fake bundle is placed a gqod bill, which acts as a "Steer" to the green paper. Joi". Here the bag containing From the 5c Extra State Tax now levied for the building of Good Roads in Kentucky, Rockcastle County Will pay approximately $1,500.00 and will receive in return $12,000.00 annually, provided the Bond Issue for Good Roads oarries on Saturday, March 27th. f tbe Bond Issue fails, 95 rrr re will still have to pay the 5c Pike Tax Jor the benefit of other counties and will lose our part of the State Aid. Will you vote to throw this enormous amount away every year, or will you vote to keep it for the building of good roads in Rockcastle County,? XA, " Y6S VOI6 X cars or other publio places where LETEL GKEEW. there are a large number of per. sons. It is very dangerous for R. B. Sams of Pans, spent from any one to carry a wallet in his hip pocket as this is the most Friday until Sunday with his father Mr. J. P. Mullins. Miss convenient place for this class of thieves to relieve you of your Margaret Jones has returned to y c -- -- trks 1- ' k-"- yvi, ? nhnK' d Qliildren Orr "V4- ML VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Feb. 26 19 15 TELL IT STRAIGHT The following letters explain themselves: MT. may examine same on the day of sile, or any time between the date Mr. R. C, Terrell, of advertisement and the day of $I.OO Commissioner Public Koads, OBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR sale. I, or one of my deputies Frankfort, Ky. with a clean, strong, to will take pleasure in exhibiting Advertising rates maae known on Dear Sir: SI said property. m Some of the opponents to the bond issue in this county are progressive bank appeals to the application Given under my hand, this the Rooe No. 1. every unfair means possible in their fight against progress. 24th day of February, 1915. Bed complete, 1 Table, 1 Several of them are claiming that parties hold letters from you in thoughtful business Cam Mullixs, Sheriff, MEMBER OF 3 Chair, 1 Rug. 1 Wash-Basin- , which peculiar statements are made. Some of these alleged stateRockcastle County, Kentucky. m KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Spittoon & Chamber, Winments are as follows: dow Curtains. "That there is no State road fund." Colds Are Often Most Serious E3 j Room No. 2. Stop Possible Complications a poll tax can be levied for paying off road bonds " "That Bed complete, 1 Table, 1 I on its record. "That no State aid can be secured except for roads leading The disregard of a Cold has S3 3 Chairs. 1 Rug, 1 Wash across the State from state line to state line " often brought many a regret. The I'm Basin, 1 Settee, Spittoon "That Rockcastle county would get no State aid;" and many Chamber, Window Curtains. and fact ot sneezing, coughing, or a fever should be warning enough other misstatements along this line which are being accredited to I Room. No. 3. that your system needs immediate your letters ANNOUNCEMENTS. j Bed complete, 1 Table, 1 Dres- attention. Certainly Loss of U We Are Authorized to Announce Now we know, of course, that you have made no such statements ser, 2 Chairs, 2 Rugs, t Wash Sleep is most serious. It is a JUDGE B. J. BETHURUM and desire j?ou to write us a letter, for publication, on the subject. Basin, Spittoon and Chamber, warning given by Nature. It is as Judge i.'lH As a candidate for Mt. Vernon, Ky. man's duty to himself to assist bj Very truly yours, of the 2Sth Judicial District, subject to Window Curtains. doing his part. Dr. King's New of the Republican party, Authe action JAMES MARET, Secretary. Room No. 4 gust primary 1915. Discovery is based on a scientific urn Authorized to Announce j4 Bed complete, 1 Table, 1 analysis of Colds. We Are 50c. at your Commissioner Terrell's Repl: B. C. LEWIS Dresser, 2 Chairs. 2 Rugs, 1 Druggist. Buy a bottle to day. As a candidate for State Senator for the j Wash Basin, Spittoon and Cham-be17th Senatorial District, subject to the Ejection Notice Curtains. Republican party. August primary 1915. j COMMO.WALTH OF KENTUCKY i We Are Authorized to Announce Room No. 5. j depautment of public roads Dr. W. C. BLACK Bed complete, 1 Table, 1 Dress, Pursuant to the order cf the Ass a candidate for State Senator for the er, Wash Basin Curtains, 2 Chairs Rockcastle County Court at the District, subjeut to the 17th Senatorial Spittoon and Chamber, 2 Rugs Republican party, August primary 1915 regular January term 1915, notice ROBERT C TERKEI.I. Room No 6. We Are Authorized to Announce is hereby given that an election COMMISSIONER Bed complete, 1 Table, 1 DressFebruary 17, 1915. M. L. JARVIS will be held in each of the voting er, Rugs, Curtains, 1 Chamber, as ComAsacandidaU for precincts of Rockcastle County on monwealth's Attorney of the iteth Ju- Mr. James Maret, 2 Chairs, 1 Wash Basin. tne 27ih day of March 1915 for the dicial "Dirtrict, subject to the action of Mt. Vernon, Ky. Room Not 7. the Republican party, August Primary, purpose of taking the sense of the Dear Sir: 1915. Bed complste," 1 Tabie, r Dresslegal voters ot Rockcastle County I am in receipt of your letter stating that certain men in your er, 2 Chairs, Wash Basin, 2 Rugs. We Are Authorized to Announce county have letters Irom me alleging that 1 have made the following Spittoon and Chamber, Window ou the question whether said counW. T. DAVIS I ty bhdll issue bonds to an amount 1 Ae a, candidate for Circuit Court Clerk statements in these letters: Curtain and Blind. Count-- , subject to the of Rockcastle not exceeding $100,000 or for the "That there is no State Road Fund." Room No. 8. action of the Republican primarv Augpurpose of building turn pikes in "That a poll tax can be levied for paying off road bonds." ust 7. 1915. complete, 1 Table, 1 Dressaid can be secured except for roads leading er, Wash Basin',' 2 Chairs, Rugs, Rockcastle County. "TLat no State We Are Authorized to Announce tc The said order of election and When you pay $895 for r across the State from State line to State line." T I MICELEY Spittoon and Cr amber, Curtains. I Study As & candidate for Circuit Court Clerk the purpose thereof aie lully set "That Rockcastle County would get no State aid." an Allen 34 you get Room No. 10. of Rockcastle County, subject to the I have made no such statements to anyone in your county, al facts action of the Republican primary, $895 worth of car. Bed complete, 1 Table, 1 out in said order which is as folThe Allen 34 has an though 1 have written letters I think to each one of the men mention Dresser, 2 Chairs, Wash Banin, lows: August", 1915. You don't pay a cent for unAlien 37 horsepower Rockcastle Comity Court, Janed in youi letter. Weston- - Mott Spittoon and Camber, 2 Rugs, necessary overhead expense. floating axle, mohair top uary lerm 1915. The maxmiura poll tax that can be levied lor all purposes is $1.50 Curtains. the truth. Tell and leather upholstery, We build integrity into every Allen It appearing that a petition and its applications is wholly within the discretioc of the Fiscal Court Warnertraismission and Room Nn. lr. automobile. Our organization is Don't misrepresent. steering gear, signed by more than one hundred The poll tax in Rockcastle is already $1 50 and cannot be made any 1 Bed complete, 1 Dresser, 1 strong and permanent. We are in expanddrive, who are The State Road Fund Table, 1 Chair, 1 Wash Basin, and tifty legal voters, ing braics, 110 - inch the automobile business to stay. what you are talking higher. The constitution FORBIDS it. Know wheelbase, demountable amounts to between $600,000 and 87OO.OOO for the year 1915 and Rugs, Window Blinds and Shade, tree holders of Rockcastle county, abcut. Uur purpose is to make every Allen rims, aluminum crank h was tiled in the office of the Clerk e5 every year thereafter, as long as the law remains on Statute books. case and aluminum transcar do its cart in UDholdinir our Spitton. mission case, full equipot the Rockcastle County Court, reputation for giving the greatest Lift Rockcastle out of the State aid will be granted to all intercounty seat roads, and after Room No. 12. ment of electric lights possible value for the price we get. mud. and with the udge thereof, on and electric starter. their completion, such other roads as may be agreed upon between the 1 Bed complete. Dresser, The treisht of the car fa If you have been waiting until you 2300 lbs., which, with the you want better times vote Fiscal Court and the State Department of Public Roads suitable to be 1 Table, 4 Chairs, 2 Rugs, Wash the 25th day of January 1915 askIf could buy a strong, swift, safe, power of the motor insures ing that an election be held in said improvad willalso be granted .State aid. economy of operauon. Basin, Curtains, Spittoon and for bond issue. handsome car without paying a dolcounty, March 27, 1915, for the We build fire other Rockcastle County will receive its pro rata part of the State Road Chamber. lar more than its actual worth, dis muucls. three roadsters There will not be a poll tax in Fund each year, so long as applications for same is made, and case purpose ot submitting to the legal nnj rwo touring car,, Allen 3t, passenger touring carat Room No 14. renrfag in price from connection with the bond issue. is the complete answer to S895, SK75 to S139S. bonds are voted until she has received one half of the amount of 1 cot complete, 2 tables, 2 cots, voters said county the question of your requirements. whether Understand your subject be- money spent in the construction or reconstruction of roads, in accord 3 rugs, 1 rug, 2 window shades, county, the Fiscal Court of said In style, finish, poiver, economy of operation, equipment, serviceable shall issue and sell the ance with the provisions of Chapter 87 of the Acts of 1914. 1 wash basin, linoleum, hall runfore trying to instruct others. qualities and price, Allen cars take tne lea J bonds of said county in an amount I am glad that the bulletins are doing good and shall be glad to ners, The road subject is some- assist you and send you more of these bulletins if they will be of 100,000. Said not to exceed Room No. 15, thing too important to pass by. service Factory Representatives for Southern Ohio, adjacent West VirBonds to be sold and the pro Bed complete, dresser, 1 table, ginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. Study it. e The people of Rockcastle County should be as and 2 chairs, 2 rugs, wash basin, win- ceeds arising therefrom to be used j Dealers: Write or wire for agency proposition in building and constructing turnTwO Turnpikes across Rock- progressive as those in Bell, and I am sure that they should return a dow shades and blinds, chamber. pikes in Rockcastle County and KSm2im3StJmStKKfttKKttbA3Sm3tB2tlSKMSSE3StUESBSBSBtt Room No. 17 castle, Lincoln to Laurel, Madison laiger majority in favor of the bond issue than was returned by Bell County. Bed complete, wash basin, 1 through territory hereinafter des to Pulaski Yours truly, table, 2 chairs, rug, 2 shades, spit, ignated by the said Fiscal court How do you like our picture of and State Road Department and RECOGNIZED ADVANTAGES ROBERT C TERRELL. toon. T fr. You turnpikes and mud, in this issue? JtfDV1 the Court being sufficiently advis- uougn will find that Chamberlain f' Commissioner of Public Roads. Room No. 18. Jj vJ Remedy has recognized "It going some." Bed complete, wash basin, ed, now Orders that said election advauta;es ovar most medicine'-- t It UNDERTAKER and EMBALW1EB A reward of $500. will be paid 1 table, 1 chair, curtains, spittoon be held at the tjme and for pur. In u?e for oouhs and colds. We will never have the better Rewarded Efforts. pose stated in said petition and does not suppress a cough but to anyone who will show any sec and chamber. times which we ought to have un5 that Cam Mullins, Sheriff, of loosens aud vein ves it. It aids exRoom No 19. tion of law declaring a poll tax til we get better roads. Ever since we have been a citi- - wiu be levied topay off the pro tiockcastle County, be and he is pectoration and opens the secre Bed complete, 1 rocking chair, tions, which enables the system to hereby directed to cause a poll to throw off a cold. It counteracts Read and post yourself on the zen of Bell county we have been nnSp(, rnaH unnnAcnn ,uinu a ,. 1 iable. be opened and an election to be auy tendency of a cold to result road and bond subject. Wnen you agit- ting better roads, and we had will be take next monfch in thiB Room 20. It contains no Bed complete, dresser, 2 chairs, held in the County of Rockcastle. in pneumonia understand it you will vote for it. heard of "Good Roads Joe" long eounty Now come forward or before we were a citizen of Bell foreVer hod your peace On the 27th day of March 1915. spium or other narcotic, and may 0n thls 1 tabie, wash Basin, 1 rug, cur be given to a child as confidently Read the letter of R. C. Terrell, county una 01 uie diiis ne was get j poll tax qUestion tains, silver pitcher, spittoon and And he will cause the polls be as to an adult. For sale by all opened in each and all of the vot-iu- g dealers. the State Road Commissioner in uiug iuiu nit; .uegisiaiurt;. We chamber. By a slip of the pan or error in by ome people precincts in said county; and He says something have been told this issue. Room No. 9. he is directed to advertise said Program, Livingston B.Y.P.U. in it. that "Good Roads Joe" was a fake the reading: a letter of Commis- - Oil stove, wash basin. and that he had no more interest sioner of Public Roads to one of election and the object thereof at February 28, I915. Bell county voted I2 to 1 in in roads in Bell county than a our county citizens some under- - Chairs, 2 Hall. spittoons, least 30 days next before the day Missionary Meeting At Our tables, ATTORNEY-AT-LAfavor o! good roads. Rockcastle Mexican dog. but that was just a stood that only roads from state carpet sweeper. thereof in some newspaper having Own Door. MT. VERNON. KY. should do as well and then some. hobby to ride into office. The road line were entitled to state aid the largest circulation in the 6.00 President in Charge. Lobby. will do it. We believe she building seemed so slow, and more when the meaning that was nrecnt -Cigar case, counter, cigars and county also by printed handbills Song. OFFICE. On 2rd. floor fo posted up at not less than four talk than action, we had kindly n to convey was in regard to coun- tobacco, 1 clock, 1 stove, 6 chairs, The Bank ot Mt. Vernon, on Church Prayer, BiJly Sunday is some preacher. public public places in each voting to believe this ourselves, but ties lying on border or state line L street. Special attention given He says a man who is agin good we have kept a close tab on the that said counties are to build table. precinct in the County and at the 6 lo New members introdued. to collections. Sample Room. Review on Bible Readers roads is sliding in the wrong di- doings of th Court house door. All legal voters Phone No. 80. Legislature, and their roads to border or state line. 6 cans lard, 1 Singer sewing rection, and that direction is not passit.g bills down there is no fuu The law is plain and of said County sljall be privileged Course. explicit on machine, 1 door, Secretary's report. 4 tables, rubber to vote at said election. upward. or child's olay, and after observing this subject. Get bulletin No. 8 hose, 1 lot lumber, 8 registers. 6.30 Leader of meeting in charge the opposstion confronting "Good Copy Attest; from R. C. Terrell, bong. Barber Shop. S F. BOWMAN, Clerk. Nearly every voter who lis- Roads Joe" it is just te give the devil his duo. there is in our opin- Frankfort, Ky. or James Maret, 2 benches, 2 chairs, 1 table, 1 my hand as Sheriff Given under tens to reason and the explanation ion very few it any Mt. Vernon. door. Scripture Reading- - Responsive Of Rockcastle County, this the of road bond issue says he will have done what he has. that could by Earl Rice and W. E Gray. Washroom (Hai.l). 17th day of February 1915. vote yes on the question. There We have talked and agitated The Livhr Regulates The Body 2 wash basins, water cooler, 2 Song "Higher Ground." is no doubt it will carry, with good roads for several years, and A Sluggish CAM MULLINS. Liver Needs Care. hot water tanks. one observing, would think we had Introduction By Leader. many votes to spare Sheriff of Rockcastle County Someone has said that the about as much interest in it as The Work otThe Home Board- Kitchen. motion or Dr. Cook's dis- people with Chronic Liver Com1 range, has been sugqestad that one 1. The Eolistment-B- y Tempest 3 Tables, 2 safes aud It STOP THAT COUGH NOW plaint should be leading citizen from each district covery of the North Pole a sub trom humanity, fop .shut up away dishes, cooking vessels, buckets, Ward. they are pes When you catch cold or bpgin 2. Evangelism By AdnaHansell in the county be se'ec ed to act as ject to be talked about, not realiz simists and see thru a "glass dark- etc., 1 can lard, heating plant, IT .. UNIFIES THEM. to cough, the first thing to do is to advisers in connection with the ed. ly." Why? Because Mountain Schools By Mrs. J. Hannloss to human beings or live 3. raantal coal. take Dr Bell's But there is a different phaze to states depend upon physical states stock. Rid your place of these pest Fiscal Court and State Engineer N. Clark. Pa3?RY. It panetrates the linjngs of the without smell or danger. Ortler a can Biliousness, Headachs, Dizziness 1 sjnk, disftes, "and Lungs and fights the 4. Unurch Extension By bam today. Prices 50c and $1.00 cqn, lb.' in locating the proposed turnpikes this subject now. The hot air ha6 c.. Throat 6 disappear gerrps of the disease, givjng quick Pail for 85.00 postage paid. Rat Cqr'n The idea is a good one and no about all blown over. By constant and Constipation New Life after Hillard. Pjnjng Room. UBine: Dr. Kine'; Pill. is guaranteed to do all we say. healing. "Our and persistent legislation as well i doubt will be acted upon. Song ''Come Thou Almighty Refrigerator, 3 tables pompl'ptp reh'ef and natural 25c. at your Druggist. y W. Bush Nelson, Lexington Ky. wjiole fafnily dependon Pine as agnation, the longtalkt-o- f and King." 1 1 chairs, wjndpjy btfnds and pur- for coughs and colds," " I don't want to leave a discussed and cussed good roads ADVERTISEMENT 0 S HER. tains. PERILS Cities, Wealth, Forwrjtes Mr. E. Wjlljapis, Hamilton debt for my children to pay," is will be a reality within twelve IFF'S SALE. Contents of Joe Redd's room, Ohio. Jt always helps. 25c. at eigners, and Unbelief by Mrs. G. what some voters remark when months from your Druggist. By virtue of Execution No. 790, $2.00. A. McClure. - approacht on the bond We are truly glad to feel this directed to us, which issued from Cm&pRN'g COUPHS CHILDREN'S issue quesA Day of Hope The above sale, will be made up Colps OJ?p are Bap tion. Just think of it. only $20,-00- 0 much assured of them. We give the Cleric's office of the Rockcastle on a credit of 3 months; with ap By CleoPenningron. When one of your little onps for all farmers and land own ourselves and everybody credit for Circuit Court i nfavor of Mary E. proved security. The amount of I have a lull line of shows symptons of an approaching Scripture Quotations 'Psalms 2: ' ers of the county to pay and with them and take our off to State Miller, Exetrx, of M. J. Miller, debt, interest and cost to be raishat grade fkld seeds wlric o; 1 tungs zo: 3; cold, give it Dr. Bell's from 10 to 18 years to pay it and Senator Joe Bosworrh and proceed deed., and E. R. Gentry, Trustee ed on day of sale will be $535.84. 18.-- 8y am offering at very t Deut. 8: Ella Langley. at once. It acts quickly, getting $100,000 worth of turnpike to call anyone a liar who says he is in Bankruptcy in the matter of The above property is levied on and prevents Oe cold growing Song-- " Jesus Shall Reign." tractive prices. If in right away, by the use of which a faker about good roads. And of Joseph w. Rider, Bankrupt, as the property of Mollie Miller-Rid- worse. Very healing soothes 6.50 President in eharge. ested ask for samples and the Lungs, loosens the mucous, any man can earn the small amount Judge Asher, we will say, the peoMiller-Rider- ,. prices . gainst Mollie Catechism ou Missionary Topic. Twill, for the purpose of making strengthens the system. It's of all his bond taxes a hundred ple have been waiting for a man on Monday, the 15th,' day of March, the aforesaid debt out of her said guaranteed. Only 25c. at your 7.00 Adjourn lor preaching serW. times over the first year after the, like him to do this work. Mid- - 1915, between the hours of iO property; the judgment, however, druggist. Buy a bottle today. vice. LEXINGTON. KY. dies boro Three States. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Sores N. CLARK, Captain. o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock p.m., f being against Mollie Miller-Rid.roads are built, J. Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Vernon, Ky. Feb. 15, the front door of the Rockcastle Hotel, expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following described property, or so much thereof as may be necessarv to satisfy plaintiffs debt, interest 1115 and cost. This property is in my hands, or possession, but is left in the rooms of the Rockcastle Hotel, which rooms by Number, and the contents of each are as follows: Chif-forob- and her husband, J. W. Rider. 1 This property is now in my pos session, but is left in the rooms 01 the Rockcastle Hotel, and any & aH$a $BB9eaEEe&& ? & prospective purchaser or buver e m $ The Opportunity Bank e. man The Peoples seeks your Chif-forob- e, '1 business E 2 P i' ! Peoples Bank ii $ 1 9' r, , Of i H1I J Frankfort -- ed The Allen 34 RD1' these en-pi- ne, Price, $895 left-ha- 12-.;i- " -- Kenton Motors Co. 21cla:LSsr,t wide-awak- A!fI WYlOJrM.n. - Stanford, Ky. 'C. Williams, W, be-ju- er. RAT CORN per-petu- al Pine-Tar-Hone- v. Tar-Honp- 1 to-da- Field Seed Pine-Tar-Hon- ey er Bush Nelson er I 13 Mrs. Mary Williams is doing to travel over, we may expect to were the guests of Miss Mary A .rt "ihastcen was iven two just fine, and every indication number with the dead .and yet Tyree last week. Mrs. Ike Wal-livears in the State prison by a of Lexington, is here on acRichmond l points that when pretty weather have made the world no better by Ky Feb 26 1915 Madison countv iurv at Mt. Vernon, comes, that she will be able to be us having lived in it. Let us count of the serious illness of her Monday, ior shooting and wound ing two Richmond police a few seen on our streets again regard- wake to onr sense of duty, and husband, Mr. Wallin, who form-79" wnonWQ dp "No. less of the hard struggle she has help make our county one of the erly run a barber shop in Lexing- ?r4 wan toCommtxnl , 7 months ago. 1 crate with SIGNAL leading counties of Kentucky, take ten, came here to be treated by had for months. F. F. Robins, of Copper Creek The land deal has taken on new out of the pauper list, which will Dr. Carter, but his condition is section, sold 4o acres of land for its luture very serious, and his recovery is life again but what it will amount mean so much toward S.575 to G. W. Shelton ot" Lincoln It can be done. very doubtful. to, is foreign to us. All we know advjincemet. county We are glad to have Mr. is How? Vote for the bond issue. that Capt. tomitb of Winchester Blanche. Bell Co., Ky., Sbelton in our county. W. H. Sowder, of Barbourville and Mr. Davis of Nebraska, are Feb. 2o,j9l5. 8000.00 here in the interest of thedeal, and who racently received Card Ot Thanks touisviLLC i Nashville R R.Co Mr. Jas. Maret, rumor has it, that prospect are damage for injuries rece'ved while Mt. Vernon, Ky. TIME TABLE. We wish to thank our many good for the consumation of the working in a mine, was here a few Dear Jim: 22 ncrtn 5.04 p m fnends for the courtesy snown us deal. days last week and purchased a Yonr letter received, yes I am 3:56 a m thru the illness and death of our farm frnm "Mnn.Vi Tintnri fnr 41700. l4 nortn ....... ... heartily in favor of the bond issue Money To Loan. Lnd one from 23 south H So?rd for n:39 a w mother aud grandmother. 12:13 a m E. Hall and family. Applications received for loans ,300. These farms join each and will come home and vote lor 21 South it, because good roads will make a im- -' other, and ar in the Hiatt Tas. Landrum. Agent. Do you want to make $500? If from $100.00 to 10,000 00, on I understand and unimproved town prop- - tion. J. P. Watson is quite sick new Rockcastle. Phone No. 8. so get out book on Kentucky laws some of the property owners are find a section wherein it states erty and farm lands. Interest, this week, having been confined kicking because they say it will , Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofiice i that a poll tax will be levied for 8 per cent straight. Interest pay-- to his bed most of the time. Two increase their taxes. I wonder if mail matter. as btcond-cias- s Mrs. Raysot Lancaster, were vispaying off roid bonas iu Rockcas- able annually or Time: one to ten years. Appli iting their ister, Mrs. Larkin thev ever stop to think that they tle. If you find tuch a law you will have to pay the five cent tax PER S0KAL get the $000. There will be no cants for loans will please give de Hides, several days last week. scription, location, and valuation Miss Lena McCall was with har (if the Bond Issue fail) to help Berry Howard from Crab Orch- poll tax on such bonas. of property offered as security for sisters, Mrs. J. J. Albright, Mrs, Bell and the other counties that ard, was in town Saturda. C H. Mullins, barber and Wm. loan. State improvements and B. R. Wilmott and Miss Judith are taking advantage of this law to Mit-of near Mullins tailor, cleaner aud presser valuation of same. Rilda Chandler McCall, here last week. Misses build their pikes, while they must Weduesday after-noo- u have moved their respective shops Brodhead, We want County Representa- Edith Phillips and Virginia Davis, keep up their roads the same as Sally e Reynolds to the first floor of the Rockcastle tives to receive applications tor with Mhs and Ras Elliott of Berea, were the they do now which only means They are comfortably located with loans, appraise property, and serve guests of Miss Miranda Tate from making a short mud hole the larger here. outfits. as our exclusive representative. Saturday until Monday. Loutisha and deeper. I hope and trust the up Mrs. W. H Owens and Miss ffrst class, Spiro, were peas- Both places are nicely fitted up, Attorney or real estate man pre- Roberts sold a small farm to P M. issue will cany by an overwhelmHedic Savers of ant cllers at Hiij office Wednes- are inviting and 111 their new quar- ferred. Applicants for loans, aud Padgett for $51 0. and bought a ing majority ior it will come soonters., the proprietors are insured applicants for agencies positively house and lot from Dr. W. F. Car- er or later anyway and the sooner day. a liberal pirronage. required to furnish at least two ter for $425.-M- rs. W. H Carmical has moved back of D. Holmes of the better for every citizen of character leferences and forward Crab Orchard, was the guest of Rockcastle. He lives in his Public Meetiug for the to Mt. Vernon Yours truly, apnli-catio- n mother's home 011 Richmond Mrs. J. W. Tate last week.-D- r. Discussion of Vital Themes postage, live 2c stamps, for JARVE J. COOK. blanks, full particulars, and and Mrs. W. F. Carter were in street. Next Sunday 2.30 p. m, at the prompt reply. Write Southern Stanford last week to see Drs. Andrew Gentry and son, Cx Presbyterian church Office, S mtheastcrn Mortgage Brown Southards. -- Cashier and who have been working at Hazard FOR FLETCHGfiW Subject, 'Should the U. S. A. Loan Ass'n., Fourth JNationa Mrs. A. M. Hiatt were with Mr. during the winter, are at home strengthen her Army and Navy?" Bank Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. and Mrs. R. L. Smith Thursday for a lew days. 2 19 3t. Mr John Brown night of last week.-M- rs. J. B. F. K. Robins was iu town Satur- Speakers- Pike and sister, Miss Sue Cable day on business. His friends ( Mr. Felix Bowman JJKODHEAD PHILANTHROPIST are in Casey County for a few were glad to see him able to be out Discussion Invited weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mont after a long spell ot illness. Everybody Invited. Some of the reasons why the Roberts were the guests of Mr . an d J. M. Cr.Mg, Mode Hamm and Brodhead taxpayers believe Rock- Mrs L. B. Hilton, in Stanford, IS IN LEXINGTON Middlesboro, Ky 2 5 R. E Hamm, of the Quail section, castle County should vote bonds Saturday and Sanday. Mr Tas. Maret. Mxs. and O. F. Hamm of near Spiro, Sec'y Mt. Vernon, Commercial for road building are: J. M. Coffey living in the were in town, on business, MonFirst. The issuance of bonds Hiatt section, sold her personal Club, day. by our county would mean but a effects last week, and will leave His Theories on Human lllsand Dear Mr. Maret: Mrs. Mamie Oatts Blair returnTheir Correction Win In reply to your letter of date small increase in taxes which, as for Illinois today. H. U. Tbarp, ed to her home in Morehead, Sun of the Him Fame very much the years go by, will be much more of Junction City, was the guest of 13. we are all day, alter a two weeks pleasant elated over our big succes; we ap- than counterbalanced by the in- his daugter, Mrs, R E. Albright, vibit to her grandparents. Dr. and preciate vour kindly feeling and creased net income which the Sunday, between trains. Mr. and Lexington, Feb. 26, I915. Mrs. W. T. Francis. will be more than willing to aid farmers iu the countv will be able Mrs. B C. Anderson, of Garrard L. T. Cooper, the millionaire Miss Sallye Reynolds, who has your caue in anywav possible. to make, due to improved roads county, were with their son, Henry been attending school at E. K. S You Socond It makes available Anderson, at .the old Jionje.stead philanthropist, who has been so not fall down there and wideiy discussed thruout the East N bs been with homefolks here we cannot believe that you will. sufficient funds'to render possible the first of the week. Master Cur is in Lexington, a guest of the ot the con- tis Robins, who lives with his the accomplishment since last Saturday. She will reYours lo. the cause, Phoenix Hotel. school tomorrow. turn to THE PINNACLE NEWS, struction of a definite number of grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B C. Mr. Cooper came to Kentucky miles of road within a definite Anderson, in Garrard county, was By Chas. L. Herd. Jack Ballenger, the good roads from New York, where be spent time, while to obtain the same with his uncle, John Robins, Sunman was in from Johnetta Tues Services at Christian nnmber of miles within the same day and Monday. Mr. and Mrs the past nine months meeting the day and reported everything in public and explaining his views on Church for Sunday time by a direct tax is prohibitory good shape over there for carrying Allen Hiatt, of Quail, were with health and hygiene. Mr. Cooper Sunday School 9 45. We hope on account of the high rate of tax Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt, Satur- is the bond issue. a man of rere talents, magnetic which it would require. to use our new class rooms. day and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, force and charm of manner. He Third. There is no valid reason W. J Owens were the guests of Preaching service n a. m. never ceases to surprise you with ' why our county should not utilize Subject, "That Neighbor of Mine Mr. and Mrs. Julian Bordes, Sun- the infinite variety of his knowLOCAL its credit und thus obtain the ben- day. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham Christian Endeavor 6.30 ledge and its its absolute correctan asset which every and little son, and Miss Clyde ness and thoroughness. Tommy Taylor is able to be out Subject, 'What will Improve Our efit of man desires as a prerequi- Watson, were Prayer Meeting?" down from Mt. again. Mr. Cooper claims chiefly that site to his success and advance Vernon, Saturday and Sunday, t, Preaching service 7.30 most of the ill health of today is Raincoats for everybody at The Peace Promised by ment. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. , E, due almost entirely to those habFish's. Fourth. Thare ought to be no Watson. Miss Bertie Robins was Jesus." its wl,ich best distinguish the business is bas- with home folks near Livingston This will be a Union Service, fear of bonds, R. B Mullins is in St. Louis on white man from the jungle. He business. the congregation cf the Presbyter- ed on credit. The policy of "pay from Saturday until Monday. says that nine times out of ten it is as you go" has been preached and Robert Owens and Oscar Spoona qhe result, more or less, of a weakJudge G. M. Ballard was in the ian church meeting with us and Rev. J. M. Macmillan taking part used to the detriment of this issue more were in Mt Vernon, Sun Big Hill section Saturday. ened, out stomach, and and a majority of those who day. J. J. Painter, who recently in the devotional service. that nine times out ol ten these Arrow shirts and Arrow collars preach this doctrine, would and moved his family from Lebanon disorders are due to too much eatspring styles, at fish's. Done By The Types do operate on a borrowed capital Junction to his mother's farm near ing and drinking, or our careless For Sale: Cow Peas at $2.5o Newspaper compositors aud men when they can manage to borrow here, is telegraphing here during method of living. per bushel. who edit copy, no matter how it. We often hear a fellow say "I Chas. Hurt's vacation of a few But it is always possible, he M. G. Fish. 2 i2-3eagle-eyethey may be, sometime don t believe in placing a debt on days. R. E. Albright is on the says, to make some effort toward our posterity." Are we not pos- sick list this week. Miss Viola ealthful living, and in connection The Eleventh District Christian allow errors to get by that are terity ourselves, and is it a fair ar Francisco, oldest daughter of Mr. either laughable or humiliating. Bible School Convention will be rangement that future genera- and Mrs. T. K. Francisc, is quite with his lectures he is introducing his famous medicine Tanlac to Middlesboro, April 6th and A Chicago paper in reporting a po- tions should pay held at for a portion of sick, and it is feared that her conlitical meeting, said the vast audprove his theories. 7 ience rent the air with theirsnouts the improvements that they will dition is serious Marshall W. A. Tanlac is called the magic medMilton Powell, of Hamilton, Another Chicago paper reported get the full benefit of? Tyree arrested two young men icinal properities of a plant disOaio, was here this week looking that the propeller Alaska was leavWe understand that there are Wednesday morning upon advise covered during the researches of over some farms with a view of ing port with a cargo of 40 bush certain merchants in the rural of Marshall Ramsey of Crab Or- of Cooper's uncle, the renowned locating in onr county. els of cats. A Buffalo paper in districts of our county that are chard, and placed them in jail un- scientist, on an islandiu the Pacific George S. Griffin is having set describing the scene when Roose- preaching all kinds false doctrine til the Crab Orchard officers arocean, west of Mexico. out on his Buckeye farm 1500 velt took the Doath of office as to their patrons, endeavoring to rived. The boys had broken into Compounded fn Cooper's great fruit trees. He already has 300 President, said it was a spectacle keep them from seeing their best J. Thos. Cherry's store, securing laboratory, even as myteriouslv three-- years never to be forgotten when Roose- interests, but deep down in trees in an orchard two suits of oveialls each, under- as famous mineral waters are old. velt before the Chief Justice of their hearts they are afraid that wear, caps, shoes and tobacco. formed, the science of man, the The vaudeville shows put on of the Supreme Court and a few when improved roads are built They came along the railroad all chemist's skill and acquired mediMonday and Tuesday nights at witnesses, took the simple bath. their customers will find that they the way. changing their clothes cal lore, are set at defiance by can save money by doing their BooneWay opera house, were good near A J. Bailey's, where they purchasing elsewhere. Will our left their old clothing, together Tanlac so far as imitation is con pleased the aud- McFarland Memorial and enjoyed and cerned. never be satisfied iences. Presbyterian ChurcK people hoodwinked? Whenwithout with the empty shoe boxes and Tanlac, it is claimed, quickly being we are etc. It is said one of the boys' overcomes stomach, kidney and Henry Poteet, Pine Hill has the supplied with roads that can be names is Adams, the other Say-lo- r. ailments, and will actually thanks of Mrs. James Maret, of The following services are for traveled over easily all seasons of They were taken tQ Cra,h Or. prolong life by rastoring and next week: this place, for a mammoth ten the year, then our merchants will chard, and. from, there to Stanfood Sabbath School Sunday 9.45 be forced keeping up the vigor of youth. pound beet, received by parcel to compete with mera. m. in M. Cherry's automobjle. Miss In New York, Boston aud Philpost Saturday last. chants in otjier parts of the county returned from a two adelphia, as well as in Lexington, Etta Preaching Service 11 a.tp. Poughteightough; a spud; murand we will have the assurance weeks visit to friends in Rowland Subject, "The Baptisrn of the Holy phy or Irish banannana, This is that prices will he made right, but and Junotton City the first of the thousands have been converted to Ghost," Cooper's theories and have been so tong as Qur good people will not "simplified spelling but a slap week. W. A. Tyree' s baby has benefited by his marvelous mediMen's Meeting-- ?. 30 p. m. allow themselves to be hoodwink- been at the old "system" showing the C. quite siok during the week. cine. E. Society 6.30 p. in. ed in this manner, be made believe inconsistencies thereof. Mr. French, who bought a farm Union Meeting 7.30, will be Mr. Cooper is something of a that good roads leading to other from J. H. Ward a few weeks Wednesdays Courier Tournal held at the Christian church. philanthropist, as'he contributes a towns will injura us, and that be- - ago, moved hia family bad something like a dozen colWednesday night, Prayer Meethere the large proportion of his income an ing in mua up to our eyes will first of the week. li mes of good roads matter, in ing 7.30 p. m. Come and hear GeoS.Dur nually to charity, and suffering continue to bring prosperity to the ham, the Sparks Quarry merchant people. honor ot the meeting of Kentucky the story of "Pastor Tetler, the iorce us in charge, was here Wednesday road engineers. Among the pic Russian Baptist Preacher now in Mr. Cooper gives the agency to spend our money for the sugar Ya-an- d for a f ewhours.-Geo- rge tures of good roads men appeared Exile." Will be told by the pas H. for his medicine to one drug store coffee that he offers for sale. ' fln. hn W .tv.:.. ' in each city. CHAS. C. DAVIS that of Robert E Woods. State tor, at the prayer and that we must buy for the! Mich., for the. Tfcrc director and James Maret whom has been awarded the exclusive ? reach ! J M u,iyCaU village an' with his oarents. Mr. and" Mrs. B. sale of Tanlac in Mt. Vernon and the Courier Journal named the struction Class held at the manse. ! "UUCi luwu r Miccpo poeo!tt ana I remarkable medicine can now be because A. Vadnn. j ''King of Road Boosters." mwaca .uessie Rev. Jno. M. Macmillan. our roads are almost dangerous Lillie Howard, of Crab OrchardJ obtained air that 8tore. . Mi.VthiNOlN SIGNAL Ti" 'M Wil W, M In tiW 11 1 n, J-- j sec-prov- ed , -- semi-annuall- y. s YOUNG "WW IVlEN 1 to-da- te wiH?gg ij -- Children CASTO that gwt you satisfaction and not cost too much come to see us when you buy about a new Spring Suit and want an stylish suit will all-wool IF you are thinking A visit to our store will convince you that you can save $250 to $5 15-1- FISH'S Guaranteed ifcie I lliUi Clothes .1. .. &-J- special z- Because Young Men like FisH's clothes J j m-is- t I is a good reason I VTt Tiesstamped"Cheney Silks" in the neckband are invariably cravats of visible quality and distinctive design. Our i why older men should like them too We have a style for every showing of Cheney Cravats is such as will excite the admiration of every careful purchaser. -- sug-cehsf- ul man p.m-Subjec- fr of-ord- er -- b. d Some of the new Spring Furnishings we show are Arrow Shirts Crown Trousers xfords Bates' MEN WEAK AND EVERYTHING Come In and Look Around ' We Stand By What You Buy " (srssQvK h - -- 3f!aii:i " JFB i n Sg5SgS&gs: &m tSF Jv J IB I felEADIrlGClJ.OTtfH The Home of BOONE WAY. By H. B. REID lothi The Best Laxative I Kxow Of have soldChambarlain'sTab-lat- s for several years. People who have use them will take nothing else. I can recommend thnm to ray customers as rhe best laxative and cure for constipation that I know of," writes Fiank Strouse, Fruitiand, Iowa. For sale by all dealers. Brodhead, Ky. "I Booneway, Booneway, tell it sli Booneway, Booneway, let us sing and shout it; 'Twill put our county on the map. 'Twill help the farmer move his Aud theu we'll up and turn a flap; When we about it, cai crap S-w- der Booneway, Booneway. let us keep X a coming, Booneway, Booneway, keep the thing humming; Conover & For we are bound to have it boys, 'Twill lessen cost, increase our MT. VERNON, KY, joys can toat and make a noise; And we Fron tRooms over Baker'a Store Cause we've got the Booneway. Phone 49-Booneway, Booneway, its coming get the Booneway. P axc33c H Dentist S. uuwuowautsw !L,.. " nf.,. i- w Booneway, its coming without flurry; And then we'll shake our wings and crow, And watch Rockcastle grow and grow; And watch the county's produce flowi Alpng he brand upw Boo neway. Booneway, 'in a huny, iexcx &. BETHURUM Offices LEWIS Attorneys at Law in Bethurum Bldg. win Practice in all the Courts -4 V " ' BUMP ; fSrPX$3&&r v. . mk. tr- " " J ' , .. x .J IM MrtmiiirHrracms r'm'i iTfi7in I HMl :$P3$3S & c 'tiAGGiNWME FOR WIDOW Handeome HANSB'UKD. L j I WITHtRS I Mrs. "G. R. McClure of Pongo, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Durham, of was visit.inp- ip at.ivps hrp first nt 'tii Lexington, Ky. Green Hills, W. Va., who have been visiting the Ivy Kincer is country home here of James B. Hag the Week.-M- is8 i his father, Rev. T. J. Durham, With her gin, copper king and millionaire, who spending the winter home. died last September In Newport, R. I., brother, J. W. Kincei at Ashland, have returned to their Ky I B with 970 acres of surrounding blue Mrs. George Allen, who has been , ... .,ivy. Mrs W. H. braves and very sick is setting u or.n.c i,n w u..u, u;v.uuaca uic JJluyeny Oil better. Brads children, were the guests of Mr. his widow, Mrs. Pearl Vooris Haggin. ley Mink of Robinet, who is work si; who accepts it as her part portion of COMPLETE LINE and Mrs. W. A. McKinney SaturV" j tne mammoth estate, divided by day. Miss Sidnfiv TCinrPr whn hnt jing for an Insuranco Co. has been Coffins, Caskets aud Robe agreement in New York. Appraisers ants of this place for the Elmendorf property were here been attending school at Berea. Mail, Telegraph or Te from New York recently and this this winter is with homefolks lor thls,week. -J- ohn Martin and wife phone orders Promptly e c agreed division, it is pronounced, was a few days at this place.-- Mr. Mr. and Mrs "T6 and made following their report. Ben Mull,ns :ire visiting his par It is Filled known to have been the expressed de-- 1 Mrs' J' L traves and W. A. Mc- aDfl ' Muins TS.' U &&x$pcfricy& sire of the master of Elmendorf that Kinney of this place visited Rev. . , tn,s week and tneir baby has been his widow, at bis death, should retain Tam t,- ......, Pnmoc H.r j- -. ,. !, - joctiucs ,uasw ucku Ui, vuuuoj. very sick since they have been "" J.UCl. very sicit ior' jjiu. there. Well, there is more sickJOINT SUNDAYSCHOOL INSTITUTE several weeks, but hope he will be ness in this part at this time than able to be out ajjain soon. Rev. Springfield, Ky. A Sunday-schoo- l there has been for months. S a FSM i" Institute Is to be held at the BaptiBt Tom Clifford filled his apppoint. Misses Nell and Grace Bullock church here February 25 and 26, to be ment at Mt. Pisgah last Saturday were the guests of Miss Lillie larucipaieu in Dy an tne congrega and Sunday. Miss Bessie Mc Our line of 'Jouch jCas kets S tlons of the town, while most of those Kinney was the guest of Miss Mullins Saturday night aid Sun s&X.Q i of the county are expected to join. day. The school mi lli that is being P. M. Bui The Rev. George Joplln, general sec- Lula Kincer Sunday 3 Hand-madtaught by Prof. Dickerson at thi toffins furnislie retary of the Kentucky Sunday-schoo- l look- after spending eighteen place is getting along tine. N'rs. Association, and Miss Maude L, Dance, to all parts of months in Ohio, has moved back lie irse sen aiemeniary neid worKer 01 tno asso Fred Mullins of this place, is Bullock is ciation, will have general supervision, to this place and Mr. the County. visiting her mother, Mrs. M. E nd will be assisted by the pastors of clerking for Wm. Bullock Mr. Price at Level Green this week he local churches. All orders by Wire Promptly Filled and Mrs. Neal McFerron are reMost every one in this part is arrival of a fine ORGANIZE NEW COAL COMPANY. joicing over the for the bond issue. Well news is Bertha II Harlan, Ky. The Harlan Gas Coal girl. MissestheBerta and Misses scarce in this part this week Kirby were guests of M J'. VEIIVOX, KY. 0. has been organized here, having There will be services at Cave Phone 94-eased the Harlan Town mine. The Martha and Fannie Kirby Sunday Ridge Saturday night and Sundaj. There will be a Sunday School ncorporators are: Judge W. W. Lew-s- , cashier of the First National Bark organized at Mt. Pisgah next It Really Does Rblijsve Rheu f this place; J, L, William, presi-'en- t Sunday at 9 o'clock a. m. W. H. matism of the Lick Branch Coal Co., and V. B. Cornett, vice president of the Graves bought of W. H Renner a Everybody who is afflicted with 'lrst National Bank of Harlan. two year old horse for $65 Born Rheumatism in any form shoulu ii iijiS Ijiii to the wife of Ben Cromer, a fine by all means I keep a bottle of Ii ..boy Misses Mat tie Mink and Sloan's Liniment on hand. The BLUE GRASS BRIEFS Maggie Meece were visiting at minute.you feel pain or soreness Lexington, Ky. Over 35,000 people in a joint or muscle, bathe it with .ttended the revival services that have Hopewell from Saturday until Sloan's Liniment. Do not rub in. een held here. Twelve hundred con- Tuesday. Miss Rissie McKinnej :lo&n's peuetratts almost immedi versions are reported. spent Monday night with her sis itely right to the seat of pain, the hot, tender, Graves. Mrs. swollen Nicholasville, Ky. The J. D. Hughes ter, Mrs. W. H. reeling and making the part easy Sarah Kirby and daughters, Miss.umber Co. at High Bridge will and comfortable. operations March 1, giving es Martha and Fannie spent Mon- Sloan's Liniment Get a bottle of for 25 cents of to seventy-flymen. day wilh Mrs. James Barron. any druggist aud have it in the Lexington, Ky, John Wilson Town Gran Price is better at this time. nouse against Colds, Sore and ;end will write the official biograph o' Swollen Joints, Lumbago. SciatiHidison Cawein, the famous Kentuck ca and like ailments. Vour money When the bowels become irregjoet, who recently died In Louisville ack if not satified, but does YouCanMakeYcurHouseMore Attractive ular you are uncomfortable and Rive almost instant relief. it Buy a Louisville, Ky, Word has been re the longer this condition exists bottle ceived here that an appropriation o the worse you feel. You can get With Handsome Babbitt Premiums $20,000 to complete the fish hatcherj rid of this misery quickly bv us :s contained in the sundry civil appro ingHERBINK. HOPEWELL Take a dose on oriation bill that has passed the house going to bed and see how fine vou Miss Viola Kinley and brother, Sold Lexington, Ky. A permanent rifli feel next dav. Price 5oc. TEN-CEN- T can of Babbitt's by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky 3ttie Rash, spent Monday and ange for the use pf the Frankfort am uexington companies of the Nationa pure lye is paid insurance against Tuesday with their grandmother. - GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER rod head ir'; Reldnce ituiwi and Adjotnlrtf tw nin, naggin. - Children Cry for Fletcher's c.-w- M4 93 jang .rkyyyr 9&&mi j:'j e " an . The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over SO years, lias borne the signature of and lias been made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. Y0 'C6CCUb(. Allow no one to deceive vou in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. per-C7y-- Z- Just-as-goo- d. I UttD What is CASTOR I A Castoria is a harmless mm substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other 2arcotio substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcverishness. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, T"ind 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 GENUINE w. a. S ex,i i CASTORIA (Bears the Signature of ALWAYS iRffe:; 'fifl I The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CgNTAUW COMANV MCWVORKCITV. 64Z& WHEN YOU WANT re-um- e e General Merchandise the to-da- Farm Implements CO TO germs: guaranteeing clean sinks, and thoroughly sweet and sanitary conditions in the home, and in your barns, kennels or hen houses. dirt Aor Guard will be established at For. Springs, In the rear of Blue Pikeville, If you will write we will send you a book Absolutely Free telling a hundred uses for Babbitt's Lye; also our premium catalogue illustrating beautiful and valuable presents exchanged for coupons. B. T. BABBITT BABBITT'S LYE P. O. Box 1 776 The Great Soap Maker The Best Home Soap Maker 20c in i! Highest in Strength but not in Price New York City IK THE BEST GROCERS HANDLE BABBITTS LYE mm ilIlI!HiniiIiiniH!ltiWHI!HIIIHlH,fMnil!!,!l!:ill!1!IiiHIlI!!!i!!!iiii!iiilil IB TIG Pain leaves almost as if. by magic when you begin using the famous old remedy for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Gout, GIVEN QUICK RELIEF If Hotel Henry Watterson LOUISVILLE, KY. The South" next popular pricrd. modem hotel. Abtolutelr fireproof; cituated in the very heart of the retail hopp:og district and near all the theatres. Fined Cafe in Lotxuvtlle, with moderate . wiuhH 1 I 1 I B prica. cept .anythtg jlse in ' place of Anyarui. gist can supply you. If you live" jtopXr from a drug store send One Dollar $9 Swacson Rheumatic Cure Co., Newark; Ohio, au? a bottle of will bo sent prepaid. a l2)j3 ' AwWtifPare ctaOft HUM Ktar Sciatica, Neuralgia and kindred troubles. It goes right to the spot, stops the aches and pains and makes life worth living. Get a bottle of today. A booklet with full iSi each bottle gives use. tflfH .directions for fr OTi Don'itdelay. Demand IJ t'tl1 fit it was made because of a warrant wWch V, Commissioner Smith had sworn out, charging thf making of false reports to his depart ment. on which it is understood he was about to be placed under arrest. Robert Cummins, all of Mt. Vernon, spent Saturday and Sunday with their cousins, Miss Hattie and Master Homer Carmical at this place. Mr. and Mrs. John Hanks of Hazel Patch are visiting relatives at this place The Holiion, $5,948,664. Robinson at Gauley, who is suf ness people have just closed a reGlasgow, Ky. A local firm is about ferfng; w'tfr rheumatism a nd a vival meeting at their church near iO ship to eastern markets two cai Next Saturday is the Majoi dopewell. coiBjlicatjpflt of diseases .oads of pelfs of animals Ball has rented aJJ tjie lands oi regular meeting day at Mt. Pis Jhe pelts are 25,000 ip number apd an ah. Mrs. Charley Carmical spent aid to constitute tl jargest shipmen James Angjin. Rev. Chas. Car )t the kind ever made rom Kentucky mjcal preached ap Maple Monday with Mrs. James Barnes Grove hey include the skins of mitw, f$ons Sunday night. His sermon was possums, skunks, foxes and others y,e still have ite a treat. though the number 0 the latter h jomparatlely smajl. The yalue p thf prayer netjng frere Saturday FOR FLETCHER'S ' neks range frjw 50 cents jp $6 eaflj. Sunday and Tuesday nigljts Mrs I a u: : j: j -- u4 r Sppuufug f.evy fju.ys W3 r Central City, Ky, 42. fr Gregory, who was president Qt jthe De&osi frapk $mp f nenrs at J?or. Jr. balem A chijd that Jas intestfnal of this city until it was placed fi (he Jvaswejl wjll mflye from Arjoy, Ky. worms is Ijapdicapped in hands of the state bankjng department h.epe is about Margr Jst T. M. growth. A few doses of White's a few days ago, surrendered foimself lflm LasweJJ wjM farm the .ream Nerm if pge destroys to Sheriff Robert Wfckljffe at Green- .apd and; ville, the county Bet, an4 was pjaced jandtff Speaking jsxpeis wornis: the child immed-aVl- y in jail after he had bgen ayprtf$d the itnprovesand thrives wonderis-opportunity either to five boM 9? t for Qrjando preingt he bond fully, price 23c per bqttle Sold wijl parry. accept a guard, both of Wkfeh propo The peopfe of by Jonn Robjns. Ky. sitions he rejected. The gHfreflder bgr pre$ns wJl fraye po get fur-bearin- g Ky. Four hundred anc bribery cases have bcei Mrs. J, M. L,aswell whe :alled so far. There have been 95 con ictlons and tweqty-siacquitted has been visiting her mother at iIxty-twindictments were dismissed Some The February term of court will take Berea has returned home. of the people here have begun gard jp additional cases. ening. Uncle Joel Anglin is some Trenton, Ky, John W. Barker't better at this writing. There is tore building, six miles from this city lear the Trenton'Clarksvilla highway, quite a little drinking going on as burned, following the explosion here, as a result Noah Mason, it if f a lamp. The stock was owned by a feared has . lost an eye. It is Ir. King. Theru WBS gmaH insurance hoped that in some way this blow n stock and building, up will put a stop to the bad con Elizabethtown, Ky. The assessment duufc that is being carried on here .tatistics of Hardin county, according o the assessor and the county board All participants will do well to be )f equalization, are as follows: MaleF warned by this and stop such iver 21, 4,638; children between 6 and work for the citizens here are go .0, 4,481; number town lots, 1,687; the law be alue, $i,tteO,95; number of acres of ing to demand that Your correspondent md, 366,095; Vktu, 3,269,521; total obeyed. .alue of all property subject to taxa spent the week end with Essy 'orty-fou- r some-better. x o Mrs. Betty Kirby. Mrs. Kate Stokes and brother, Frauk HarMrs. Elizabeth Ball who has mon spent Monday night with Mrs James Barnes. Mrs. Robert Harbeen sick quite a while is mon and Miss Mary ORLANDO. JONAS 'McKENZIE THE Chas. C. Davis both numbered with thesick.-Mi- ss Ha tie Carmical spent Tuesday with Miss Clara Harmon. Rev. Carmical tilled his regular appointment at Hummel Grove Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Bil lie Owens spent several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Niceley at this place last week. Miss Mabel, Barnes are OLD &5SLIASLS HHMiHHHHHI Mt. Vernon, Ky. Master Roy, Eweland Drugs We are determined to give our patrons better servics this year than any before Our motto is il improve on everything every minuteT Anybody will shgw yu where we are. Ygijrs respectfully Children Qry CA$T9RIA CHAS, Gf DAVIS Qhojie No, 39 Jphn-Marrcoa- t. si State Banking i busyorweWrUppo nwgt progressive Wall Creek senod, f.o be the Miss Clara wjlj teach Robinson of Gapey, rSi fli imi IWi 7Xv yVy ! vPT vwT "72 1ST jWtTI FOB SALE Club BreaVfast from 25c up; noon day ww. .uw.iu hum; Kriiuicr. W (O fj p, rn. $ .00. Also elaborate a la carte aervice in Restaurant. Rathskeller open from 4 p.m. to I a. m. Orchestral and vocal music. t ROOM PRICES With running water and private toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 per day Large sample rooms with private bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. ViOft are cordially invited to malce this hotd your headquarters while in Louisville. .evenWanly for a day. Have your mail anp: ,packaee addressed here. You will Lexington, Ky. Bated OS crP of forty million pounds, this city ospelvc $100 REWARD, $100 "rom the handling of the tobacco crop jutslde of the prices paid to the fanr Th readers of this paper will be T, a JaoUEand dollars a day the yea pleased to )e&3 .that there is at ound. Eighty thousand dollars is ex least; one dreauea1" disease that pended In the tye ;leaf houses an RhienW.hfls hJn' ahl n ciir'in ' tf- - v i JTl t 1' .mally for labor auu 'iiriy ?200,00( an :i stages, aua inau is uatarrn, is ' i'or redrvincr. V ONE STORE And stock of Merchandise- one dwell- to wie Ky. The Republican rWflMSflWBflQw Jtmwn .meaieai ffatffiW- - Catarrh being of&te plalfw$ convention will be helt here Tueisdajr, rfte 15th. County con- - a constitutional a&ease, requires ventlons to elect dqiSas will be heir1 a .constitutional reapuigpf. 'Hall's 11 mteriiaiiv, ti joatarn uu(ra is Lexington, m1.av'b,VlllfiS,T " ing house 6 rooms, pn half acre of land, .l..fTvV seated Maret-byrg,- K I also have says Mrs, Sylvanla Wood?, Qf 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 It Always Helps r'ioji' tacks 'v a!wy.be yrricome guest. ROPER70. JONES, Manager. Mount Vernon Monumental aatitig'directly .upon the'tlboi and mvgpjfs surfaces of the svstem, LpereDyaegrrpying of the disease, and Dne psen jlje Express Office ffid'figket Office- ould exchange for a nice farm witlb' good build- f ngs or cash and on remainder. ?agy kfff3 one-hal- How ..was-expecte- starting: point in many cases of disease that ended fatally. The sensible course is to take fre-- . quent doses of Ballard's Hore hound Syrup. It checks the progress of the disorder atH assists nature, to restore normal renditions. Price 25c, 50c and $1. per ibotVc Sold by John Robins, . "Brchead, Ky, ibeen-tbe A heavy cold in the to cure itself has lungs that MRS Granite Monuments of all kinds. Estimates furnished on application. GEO. OWENS Propr. to PiREyar Bilious At- xounaation np-tiir- patient strength DEALER in Marbles and of and Pone 112 "Coraine events cast their shad ows before." This is especially true or bilious attacks, yonr ap petite will fail, you will feel dull and languid. If you are subject to bilious attacks take three of namnenate's Tablets as sobn ae these symptoms appear and the attack may be warded off. For sale by all dealers. in doing its work. Thepro- prfetor$ WQ so much faith in its curative povwejrs tpaf they offer One Hundred Tioz?s for any case that it flails to',cure. Senrf for list of testimoqisls. Address: F; J. Chenev & Co.. Toled0i Ohio. Sold by all DauR w- lthe,qoin.s,titqtion a,nd assisti hfbuildg Ri.vmg .the up g T. B. Dillinghaif). Maretburg, Ky. a JriaL I still use pardui when I feel a "little bad, Snd it alwayg does "mi? &oqUJ! f - x l pervousness, ired, worn-o- ut feelings, efc., aieTstire signs oYworaarT-y trouble. Signs thaf Carduithe'woman's tonic, Yqu cariribt make a ipistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. " If: has been helping weak.' ailing Women for more than fifty years. The Womans Tonic -d "'ath'aqhe, you-n'e'e- i J"1 '" V- 3ASTOR1& Cftildreu Ory FOR FLETCHERS Get a Bottle Today! 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