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"V'f"' jm mz ' , i a.i a,, ra ,... , Established 1887 gMfflBr7M3BflwxnrTh: m ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY MAR. 12, 1915 DUMBER 18 HKOUHEAl) 'IW'" WW riyrmrrm rrrrrr LjWmiiiii i ii in ii in in in ii in urn ti We understand that certain parties have announced privately their intentions to make certain races for county offices, and have made the chief plank in their platform "asrainst the bond issue." We wonder what voter in this county would consent to cast his vote for a man or woman who openly has declared himself against of the county, jtne against an isue that will sure bring prosperity to every voter. It matters not how good roads are to be built arandidate io office under the present laws cannot af ford to oppose them, nor can the who vote, but the idea ot anyone asking office at the hands of a progressive people, and then our the best opportunity ever had to bring people has about prosperity, and put on a No level with other counties right thinking voter will ever cast a vote now under such circumstances. It might have bpen a popular election scheme once, but will never be again, and the fellow wh expects office hereafter wu have to offer the people something bitter than being against the bond issue or be will not get erough votes m thesv- - parts to count. R. E. Woods, ex postmaster of Louisville, will address the people here tomorrow at the bauk hall on the good roads subject. Don't fail to hear him. The time wjll be 2 o'clock. R. E. Lawreuce was found dead in his bed one morning last week. U. B. Uass return ed to his work on the L. & E.R.R, last week, after spending it few da s with his pareuts, iVl r. ana Mrs. J. R. Cuss. Master Arnold Hiatt spent several clays with Mr. and Mis A M. fliatt last week Ptof. Pilkertou, principal Jjrod-heagradtd school reported 2oo children iu attendance last week oat of a total enrollment of 26b That certainly speaks well lor the We are sure oi one thing faculty were the patrqnu as much interested in tueir children attending regularly as is our principal, there would be a full altendauce every day. Prof. Pilkenton has used every fair means to induce the patrons to send their children to sclioql, and now he proposes to see that t)ie law is rigjdly enforced, aud to show that ihe meaus to car ry out the Compulsory clause of the school law, he swore out a warrant for L. D. Ross for failjng and refusing to send his children to schoa, and he geutlernan. was fined 5. iu poliGe court as a result The fine would doubtless been heavier but Mr. Rosa promised the court to have his children in school the next day, and the Court gave him the lowest iiue, and his children are regular attendants, now. Other warrants Jjav been g . 1 DON'T MISS OUR BP -- fIB B'it I o II ' I If iicSWB? ' Our Tape Line is Ready for d f-- 3 1 YOU! Order your Spring I; pi U m f & suit through our Department and I 11 Custom Tailoring se- Is. 1 1. i M & 11 i1 1 I 1 I I J1 w- dT S Jr V IS 1 ttiCWSjMQc' L 111 cure perfect fit, perfect style and the fullest satisfaction. op-ps- .e I 1 JTf lH.lllli.ill.iyTTl Summer Woolens they're the most beautiful and exclu-towsive in the complete lineof 1MASTER. TAILORS! n:n-r,vr- y new Call and see the Spring; and n, ;xt Hon William Carson Black, Kuox-Whitle- UM II N EK .2&& t - ?' - 2 III fv ft I 'J I l': Our prices are lowest .our clothes'best SUTTON & McBEh. TrnTtrmri-nTrrnrmTiT- " '"-ttt- ti , nr aaxsatJ i 1 Whose OUST r j1 SvTy Transaction in this Bank is for th bsst Interest our X M With Us Interests Are First and Foremost I Recognizing the fact our customers, not only require, but insist upon the '' best service and absolute safety ! We would sanction no transaction which (I'd not, in every way, make for the best interests of our cus- tomers. w" Anything not to vonr liking is far from our 'I desire. Let us give you a start put your g fnjt on the road to safety, comfort and pros- jj perity. It's au easy road to travel once you have started . ,j The Bank of Mt Vernon V The Bank that takes care of it's Customers J rC0H0OHxJ0 v Up - WWIM" Everything at Cost, Going for Gash and Produce at- cash price for 30 days Men's Suits from $5. h$10f Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps all kinds and styles at cost Large stock of Gingham, Calico & Suiting almost given away Nice, line of Boys' Suits $1.25 up Hardware Sugar Furniture 62 c ' Harness and Farming Implements OP ALL KINDS AT COST Can Goods straight at 8c, Coffee 10c Come and give us a call and we will benefit you greatly Tell all your friends and come on to QRAVELY I n nrn'o BRODHEAD, KY. KKKHKKKKKKKKKKK0KH) have never seen in all your life such of Barbourville, Candidate for Republican Nomination for State Sena tor at the Primary Election in August. y As a legislator from the district, and Minority Leader of the House a few years ago, Dr. Black worked for better school laws, better roads temperance legislation equitable taxation, a just redistricting law, increased appropriation for State University the people's protection pf Republican principals and interests of the people. His bills for the payment of common school teaohers while in county institutes, Good Roads resolutions, encouragement of farmtrs institutes, railroad police protection tor the traveling public, Lincoln bill in opposition to the Goebel bill, paying heirs of the Hon. R. D. Hubble, late Reoresentative from the county f Pulaski a new precedent and a new law, are some of the more prominent measures which became laws or were given flattering consideration by the daily press, if not by an overwlelming Demooratio House. If you want to vote for a Republican who ha.s been triod and proved himself a student to the needs of his people and in sympathy with every pulse of its religious, oconQmic, social, educational, commercial u.plift and community asset; If you would have a Senator who can and will do things, who isn't feathering his own nest for future political preferment,. who will be fearless enough to stand and vote for legislation that will place Kentucky in the forefront of states, that capital may come into our midst and labor find employment, that the wheels of machinery might hum, the hidden nuggets of wealth he nncoveied and a bright hlaae eon- Huuauygioyymgmme nrooi nope ana prosperity, tften UQ VQurJ String to William Cayson Black. This stalwart son of Knox county ma hv the way that county has not been represented, in the K.Y. Senate for 4Q years) is a par- ijameniiuian, uarq wuv, ariess in discharge of his duties, as his record as NHoftHty of his party will bear evidence. will be surprised the prices you can He will endorse the policies of the Republican party which it will give to suffrage of the Commonwealth for consideration and appealbuy for ing approval (doesn'fthink that any man is Wgger than his party) and will advocate all good roads, school taxation., workman's compensation, temperance, redistricting md all other legislation which his party and people demo aiid, require for its moral, educational and business inpiG,vcmeji. Dr. Black, as regimental Surgeon, spent FOUR MONTHS ON PHE FLOOR AS HS SOFT DOWNY COUCH during the Goebel- js?uedand tie paaWwiil be given Taylor trouble, without remuneration or complaint. He would have an opportunity to look JudgeHag-gar- you return hrn. to the State Capital in the capacity of a State Senator in the face, which pt itself will be sufficient punishment, aud that he-- mght occupy a MORE COM PORTABLE BERTH for which and should he see ljt to papo a dne he promises yon his besi efforts and most arduous labor. pf from !$j. tQ $pQ. thp wole affair Pulaski county Republicans, will remember Dr. Black most loy$'ill bo unbearable Maretburg to Z. Emr.ck for 800. H. H Joiies ally, not only for e R. p. Hubble legislation, bat for his whole re- W. E Gravely, of this place, and and bought a house aud lot from pf near East Bernstadt, bought a and, abii.Uy to accomplish legislation y. W. CECIL. ' Dr. E. J. Brown of Stanford. His J . Thos. Cherry, which is , now larm from Sim tailor for$8oo oo. cord father. S. G. Elliott. Ex Sheriff of occupied by J L. Pilkenton, for mr. j ones is a son ttf Mr. Casey County, who lives in Mid Pieuch who boqght tho Ward farm We are certainly dlesburg, and Dr. Jas. Weslay. al- about $700.00. Carson has deglad that Mr. Mr and Mrs. O. A. rifli we're in ears old, and. has liveo here ever loss and extend to the bereaved so of Middlesburg, arrived Mon- cided to permanently locate here Livingston last week on account He lived on a. farm, where ones much sympathy. Those af day night, Dr. Wesley, who is a W. E. Perkins, a prominent merof the serious illness and death. Qf sine. hs; so.n, Virgil Mart'ri n.aw lives, ticiatiug as pall beaiors were. W. relative of the family, remained chant of Crab Orchard, his wife Mrs. Frith 's, mother, M?s,. A abopt two miles sQ,uth, of town, A. Reynolds, of Junction City, V. until Wednesday morning, his Penniugton.-Avc- j Taylpj. thfe and. followed, farming and school E. Perkins, of Crab Orchard, W. father will stay with him until he and daughter attended the funeral (ium Sylphpr merchant; wasgi'v-PHe was talcen to of R S. Martin here last Monday several E. Albright, J. W. Miss Anna Cass entertained a a judgment against Qeorge teaching moved to years, after A. Carson, A.W. H. Sawder,, of this is out of danger. whers he will rehotel, and be- Proctor, and Brummett in Police Cptrt $:e Which hemanufacturetown tobacco, place. Mrs. Geopge Ha,sty's child the Frith able to be takeu home number of her friends one evengan the main until of ing last week. R L. Collier, CraT last week for an 8. storQ account, continuing in that business to the died of last week aud was bur-e- d Joe Riddle, who was class mate of Orchard's hustling telephone pole wnici Mr. rqmmett denied ow-ifl- time of his death. M.r. Martin beside- its father, who died, young Elliott at Berea, is constantman, was here Monday at the A jury failed to agree in the was his bed side, and will remain weeks case of J. T. Lawrence against ian, a devout member of the Christ just five county previous, near the ly at him until he is better. He funeral of R S. Martin. Rememhue, where they with church, having served, as F;dev Lincoln ber that State Director Robt.E. George Brummett, aud ijz case for the past thirty years which he formerly lived. Dr. Carter toon stood the opera ti-- n fine and seems Woods will address the citizens at was continued. Mr. Jjaxvrea.ce is honorably filled umtf his death. Tom Mink, Jr. to Stantord last to be getting along alright. Drs. Brodhead tomorrow aiternoon. sue.ing M Brumm.ett o a store He was a if long mason, having week, where he was operated on Gvaveley and Carter are attending Don't fail to hear him. account of $2.40 Attorneys Gen pQ several important offices n ior granulated eyes by Drs. Brown hire. We hope ouc boys will try dnd I,evvis of Mt! Vernon. wareJ th,e local lodge here. Shw' funer- Southards and. Carter. Mrs. J. J. learn a valuable lesson from this nere quqge rjureseflting al services wer hvid, a his late Albright and little son, Mack, unfortunate affair vV. A. Carson For the Stomach and Liver Brurnmet. Cflnty Attorney Gen- resideftQo y . Young, of WQTo in Maretburg last Friday was in Crab Orchard Monday I. N. Stuart, West Webster, ti. try the o.tber gentlemen. 1300 We un- to, see her parents, Mr. and Mrs. afternppn on business Y., writes: 'I have used Chamdqzen. eggs were shipped, rptn, the M. Vernon Christian chnroh tbi;e. were seven aeitns McCall. F, Robins, of in Lre one day last, week;, and, thl-- aftea which he was laid 0, yesthis J. J.Copper-Cree- k F. section, reports :der stand night within a radius of berlain's Tablets for disorders of Monday a family buryimj gro,uudAOn the the stomach and liver ofiTand on was riot a good, week or eggs eith- old homeatead.'' beside rhis first 3B young lambs witb.;n' two Weeks jfiye triJesMrs. James Bvown, Mat for the past five years, and it aferFrank Brooks, of Crab Oi ch- wie and son. He is by and 36 I of that Cumber are living. 'Bmise-J-, aud aji infant of Mr. and fords me pleasure to state that I .. - 11 I. ard was here last week between, his second wife, who is survived ,!.. a danor'htnr judging irom wie, pre&eut ujtu(en Mrs. S. is Cnauctier Deing inrue have found them to be just as repMps. A. J. Haggard is trains. seven Mr Furnish, broth of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. 'Ha"rris,' price he will realize VuitecvUh quite sipk, and has b,een confined three sonS'and three daughters, fortuue from4 sheer, rising this er of Arch Furnish, of Mt Ver- resented. They are mild in their ' have been action and the ip her bed for the past two' weeks' Virgil, Dpugla arid Urwin.' Mrs. Thps non, moved his family here first satisfactory. Iresults them highvalue R. S. Martin, prominent tobac E. E. Pr6tbef6e. 'ot Chicago. 111.. Che'try M.' ?,n Mrs. J. to se,e of the week, and is occupying the ly." For sale by all dealers. were here Sund,ay cp, manufacturer, and one of the iMrs. Bron Owens, and. Miss Isa-lMartin,, and, Mrs. Granville J E. Wood yard property. We j. best citizens in our" town,- - died'at be! Martin, all of whom were with Owens. Ras. Elliott, a voune man are certamlv glad that Mr? FurnIf vonr neighborhood is kind at Low Twelve him at his death. . Tgo ha$ four family have Joe Riddle, and, a student ish and his toaturday' night'. Mr.v Martin, who bro.therSjS.Martn.pf'Mt. Ver visiting nope enough to loan you books, magafrom Beirea, College, in attempting least their lot with us, and as75 years old. ha'd been a don-sla- no,n ana th,ree brothers m Vir- to board, a south bound freight they will never have cause to re- zines, patterns or a crowbar, yoUi sufferer' fr.om' asthma for ginia. His grandson, Clarence M. here Monchy morning lost his gret t. W. H. Brown and J. M. shculd be thoughtful enough to, several ypars, q A trnes it seem Perkins, Cashier of Bell National ba.lan.ee and fell between the train Craig were here during the week return the same in a reasonable-time- . ed tiiat ne. equip, npt recover from dhuk, iinevme, js.y., was ccm- - and uktform curbing, the train with hosrs. We have been told Don.t you thing so. these attacks.. About two weeks stantly with him during hisdast passing aver his right leg just that there were no hogs in the before his death, while suffering illness and death. No Take Herbine for indigestion. one had abavo the ankle, and otherwise country, but every few weeks greatly from an attack of asthma more friends than Mr Martin and bruising him. He was dragged Bro'wn & Craig piss thru with a It relieves the pain in a fiew mim he suffered a stroke of paralysis he will be greatly yards, aud thrown out nice drove. Mrs. R. E. Albright utes and forces the fermented' and lrom which he did not recover We have known him a'l missed. for severalplatform. upon the our lh-eHis leg was and Mrs. L. M. Brown are visit- - matter which causes the misery Mr. Martin was born in Virginia and be- - in? relatives and friends at Junc into the bowels where it is expell- acquaintance brousrht amputated about five the.Jatterpartof the year 1839, about that closest ties of brotherly low the knee by Dr. W. inches the F. Carter tion City and Danville this week ed. Price 50c. Sold by Johiv ana moved to tnis state when-3affection, and we deeply mu.ura hia Railroad Surgeon, assisted byUr W. A, Carson sold his farm nearlKobms, Brodhead, Ky. You Great; Bargains ODDS AND ENDS IN ALL ODDS AND ENDS IN Winter Merchandise d Ladies' Cloaks Ladies' Suits, '" Men's and Boy's 'Suits Hats, Caps, and Snoes ESPECIALLY COME AND at Lter SEE You d jff7lffimlm$)jW2y$&' in-la- w -- R - L.s the-Rev- , I of-th- e y. nt s, o .3. . ' wjwBBBBI i '?"" ' - -- 4 Kentucky Rural Credit Assn. GOV. A CO-OPERATI- VE JAMES B. MCCREARY, PRESIDENT ORGANIZATION For the Farmers of Kentuck DIRECTORS JOE C.VAN METERtLexir.gton,Ky. Fanner and Live Stock Breeder. DIRECTORS JAMES B. McCREARY, Frankfort Ky-- . Governor ot Kentucky. C.H BERRYMAN. Lexington, Ky., Manager Elmendorf Stock Farm. J. L. WATKINS, Lexington. Ky., Banker and Merchant MORGAN O. HUGHES. Bowling Green, Ky., Banker and Farmer. JNO. W. VREELAND. Louisville, Ky.,Pub. of Farmers' Home Journal P. V. WITT, Newport, Ky., President of the Central Savings Bank & Trust Company. J.M.LASSING. Newport. Ky., bankCourt of Appeals er and . of Money at 5 per cent to Farmers on 1 0, 20, 30 and 50 Year's Time This plan has been in successful operation in Europe for 147 Years. Amount of Loan Length of Term HENRY G OVERSTREET, Owens- boro, Ky., Farmers & State Senator. FORREST BUTTS.Carrollton.Ky., farmer andCOal Operator. Thoo. BIGGSTAFP, Mt. Sterling, Ky., Farmer and Breeder. ROBERT H. SCOTT, Paducah.Ky , State Senator. Association Table The per cent Interest, 29 Years' Time $1000 at 5 $1 000.00 29 Years Total Amount Payments Interest at 5 L. I. DORSEY, Anchorage, Ky., Farmer and Live Stock Breeder. GEORGE D. HOPJUNS, Attorney. J. L 2ARING. Shelby ville.Ky., Banker and Farmer. Kate of Interest Annual Payments percent Association's Reselve 5 per cent .$70.00 y Total Amount Payments Interest at 5 ytu 1 Tital Amiunt Faymeuts Intereit at 5 percent Association's Reserve percent Association's Reserve 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 $70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 $50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 $ 20 42 64 87 110 135 161 187 214 70 12 29 24 99 57 01 34 59 NOTE The Borrower will have the privilege of paying off the mortgage or any part thereof any time after giving 60 days notice will accept a limited number of farmers in each county as members. If you wish to become a member (as only members can borrow from it) call on 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 $70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 $50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 $242 80 272 00 302 22 333 50 365 87 299 37 434 05 469 94 507 09 545 54 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 $70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 $50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 $585 33 26 51 669 14 713 26 758 92 806 18 855 10 905 73 958 13 1 000 00 The Kentucy Rural ML VERNON SIGNAL Assn, Mr. JAMES A. YOUNG MT. VBRNON at the Rockcastle Hotel in during the week beginning March 22. make good on March 2?th. Rcom No. 12. ADVERTISEMENT 01 SHER. One no longer hears the remark Bed complete. 1 Dressei, IFF'S SALE. "I hope the bond issue will carry" By virtue of Execetion No. 790, 1 Table, 4 Chairs, 2 Rugs, Wash Fxiday, Mar. 12. 1915 but this is what is being said yes directed to us, which issued from Basin, Curtains, Spittoon and its a go and the majority will be the Clerk's office of the Rockcastle Chamber. Published every Friday by more than aplent'.'' Betterjump RoOiM NO. 14. Circuit Court i nfavor of Mary E EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, into the band wagon and follow 1 cot complete, 2 tables, 2 cots, Miller, Exetrx, of M. J. Miller, the multitude instead of going on deed., and E. R. Gentry, 3 rugs, 1 rug, 2 window shades. Trustee $I.OC with the lonesome few to growl UBSCJtlPTION ONE YEAR in Bankruptcy in the matter of 1 wash basin, linoleum, hall runand think vain things. 'Joseph W. Rider, Bankrupt, ners, Advertising rates maae known on It's a fine thing to be on the against Mollie Miller-Ride- r, Room No. 15, I will, right side of justice and progress application Bed complete, dresser, 1 table, on Monday, the 15th day of March, where will be found 11 to 1 on 1915, between the hours of iO 2 chairs, 2 rugs, wash basin, win election day favoring the construco'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock p.m., at dow shades and blinds, chamber. MEMBER OF tion of two highways thru ROOM No. 17 fTEKTUCky PRESS ASSOCIATION the front door of the Rockcastle j Hotel, expose to public sale to Bed complete, wash basin, 1 table, 2 chairs, rug, 2 shades, spitBarboumlie, Ky. 8 K.. the highest bidder the following toon. described property, or so much Mr. James Maret, Room No. 18. thereof as may be necessary to Mt. Vernon, Ky. complete, wash basin, satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest fAGOi Dear Mr. Maret: 1 table, 1 chair, curtains, spittoon Well, I have done what I told and cost. This property is in my and chamber. , hands, or possession, but is left in you I would do. Room No 19. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We have carried this county the rooms of the Rockcastle Hotel, Bed complete, 1 rocking chair, We Are Authorized to Announce about 7 to 1 in favor of the Bond which rooms by Number, and the 1 iable. B. J. BETHURUM JUDGE contents of each are as follows: As a candidate for as Judge Issue. Room 20. And I believe if we had of had a of the 28th Judicial District, subject to Bed complete, dresser, 2 chairs, Rooe No. 1. the action of the Republican party, Au- gallon of that white whiskey from gust primary 1915. 1 tabie, wash Basin, 1 rug, curBed complete, 1 Table, 1 Middlesboro we could have carried We Are Authorized to Announce Chair, 1 Rug. 1 Wash-Basi- tains, silver pitcher, spittoon and 3 it by 500 more. B. C. LEWIS chamber Spittoon & Chamber, As & candidate for State Senator for the Now I will give you the vote as 17lh Senatorial District, subject to the Curtains. Room No. 9. 283S (or the bond Republican party, August primary 1915. they stand: Oil stove, wash basin. Room No. 2. and 418 against the bond issue We Are Authorized to Announce Bed complete, 1 Table, 1 giving us a majority of 2420. The Hall. Dr. W. C. BLACK 3 Chairs. 1 Rug, 1 Wash 2 tables, spittoons, Chairs, people here all seem to be feelin g As a candidate for State Senator for the 17th Senatorial District, subject to the good over the result. I believe Basin, 1 Settee, Spittoon and carpet sweeper. Republican party, August primary 1915 Lobby. bond issue when Chamber, Window Curtains. the $200,000 We Are Authorized to Announce Room No. 3. j turned loose in this county will Cigar case, counter, cigars and M. L. JARVIS Bed complete, 1 Table 1 Dres- tobacco, 1 clock, 1 stove, 6 chairs, bridge our people over the hard as ComAs a candidate for times for the next two years to ser, 2 Chairs, 2 Rugs, r Wash I table. monwealth's Attorney of the 28th subject to the action of com? as we figure out of the $200,-00- 0 Basin, Spittoon and Chamber, Sample Room. the Republican party, August Primarv, boud issue that $140,000 of it Window Curtains. 1915. 6 cans lard, 1 Singer sewing will be left here in the county Room No. 4 machine, 1 door, 4 tables, rubber We Are Authorized to Announce ' among our people. We can build 1 Yz Bed complete, 1 Table, W. T. DAVIS hose, 1 lot lumber, 8 registers. As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk our pikes, have $140,000 left here Dresser, 2 Chairs. 2 Rugs, 1 Barber Shop. of Rockcastle County, subject to the Republican primary Aug- , among our laboring people with Wash Basin, Spittoon and Cham2 benches, 2 chairs, 1 table, 1 action of the out raising our taxes but little. ber, Curtains. ust 7. 1915. door. I think this is going some don't V7e Are Authorized to Announce Room No. 5. Washroom (Hall). you Jim? T. T NICELkY Bed complete, 1 Table, 1 Dress, 2 wash basins, water cooler, 2 You know our county would As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County, subject to the have been foolish to reject a gift er, Wash Basin Curtains, 2 Chairs hot water tanks. action of the Republican primary, like this. Spittoon and Chamber, 2 Rugs Kitchen. August 7, 1915. Now Mr. Maret what is your t range, 3 Tables, 2 safes and Room 'No 6. county going to do? It is up to complete, 1 Table, 1 Dress- dishes, cooking vessels, buckets, them. Are they going to accept $80,000 out of every $100,000 vot er, Rugs, Curtains, 1 Chamber, etc., 1 can lard, heating plant, Bell 12 to t coal. ed in on Bond Issue or reject it, 2 Chairs, 1 Wash Basin. Knox 10 to 1 without costing but little more Pantry. Room Not 7. Let Rockcastle and Laurel do as tax. 1 sink, dishes, etc. Bed complate, 1 Tabie, 1 Dresswell or better than Bell and Kncx I believe they are too intelligent a set of people to turn a good er, 2 Chairs, Wash Basin, 2 Rugs. DmiNG Room. when votes are all in. thing like this down when it don't Spittoon and Chamber, Window Refrigerator, 3 tables compl'ete Brighter days will come when cost tbem anything of conse- Curtain and Blind. 11 chairs, window blinds and the bond issue carries. quence. Room No. 8. No one has come In and showed I believe it Rockcastle County Contents of Joe Redd's room, complete, 1 Table, 1 Dress- there is no state aid to good road votes the bond issue and the pike bond issue or claimed that $1000. is built it will make Mt. Vernon er. Wash Basin, 2 Chairs, Rugs, $2.00. The above sale will be made They "ainta coinin" either. the greatest town on the Old Spittoon and Cramber, Curtains. Boone Trail, and I hope if they do on a credit of 3 months, with ap- They can't and they know it. No 10. and Boones Pike is built they will Their "Bluff has been called" place a monument at Mt. Vernon Bed complete, 1 Table, 1 proved security. The amount of cost to be rais-an- d Try something else. and on that monument put words Dresser, 2 Chairs. Wash Banin, kbt, interest and Laurel sends greetings to Rock- like this "Home of;James Maret, Spittoon Camber, 2 Rugs, ed on day of sale will be $535-84- The above property is levied on castle along with assurances that Father of Boone Way Pike and Curtains. Now Mr. Maret if as the property ot jvionie wuier- ahe will carry the bond issue April other Roads.' RoomNn. li. County Boone Way the Knox 1 13th., 9 to 1 or more. Bed complete. 1 Dresser, 1 Rider for the purpose of making Boosters can be any assistance to .1 Rockcastle started this big rucus ' you aon c nesitate to call on us. Table, 1 Chair, 1 Wash Basin, the aforesaid debt out of her said about good roads iu South EastRugs, Window Blinds and Shade, property; the judgment, however, Yours for Good Roads, being against Mollie Miller-RidWm. TYE. Spitton, ern Kentucky and she proposes to -- I 3-- Chif-forob- e. n, is-s- u Chif-forob- e, ( ed cur-tains- .( J4-B- ed up-Roo- m . I -- ... er witb that part of Virginia that has but the most enterprising and prowithin the last few years built gressive of them all, the people in the recently voted bonds to the good roads, the advance The proprice of farm lands, the amount of amount of $370,01 000. of these bonds have been prospective purchaser or buver fruits, vegetables, grown and ceeds may examine same on the day of marketed, sounds too much iikea expended and, while there are sde, or any time between the date fish story, and while there is at some who complain that the of advertisement and the day of least one man in Rockcastle who money did not accomplish all that sale. I, or one of my deputies says he believes 1 am a second L should have accomplished, it is will take pleasure in exhibiting Geo. Washington as to veracity, I nevertheless evident that a long will not; attempt to give you the step has been taken toward supsaid property. Given uuder my hand, this the figure for fear of raisine a doubt plying the county with such a net as to the wisdom of that friends work of good roads as will enable 24th day of February, 1915. 'contention, but will say inquire every inhabitant of the county to Cam Mullins, Sheriff, one hailing reach the county seat, the railroad RockcBStle County, Kentucky, for yourself of any from these parts, and I assure you stations and the local markets Pineville, Ky. with comfort and ease in automowill be surprised. bile or other vehicle thereby greatEdgar Albright, Mr. After several years absence I Mt. Vernon, Ky. had the pleasure of attending the ly enhancing land values in all Dear Sir: Mt. Vernon fair last year, I was portions of the county. Bell county needs just such netEnclosed you will find copy of a expecting a good County Fair beletter which is one of the best we cause I heard good reports each work of good roads and the pn -used in our Campaign for Good year, but frankly, I was surprised posed bond issue is the tirst great Mr. at the showing, and wonder if the step toward getting them- - T'le Roads. I have not askt feel sure home peoole could bonds m Creechs permission, but appreciate time for voting sue he will be glad to have you pub what a good Fair you had, or the never be more fav- - r;.' V tha Si8 of Uell hsh it there, or anywhere, where development of stock, produce etc present; f r the it can hept to get the best State like one does after an absence of a county must know iba' the proin the Union and the best part of few years. lam fully expecting-- if ceeds ot these bonus aud the State ail-bfunds by which they will be supsaid State the Mountains, out of I can raise the where-wit- h ou the way to that plemented will never be squanderthe Mud, and eve in the 1915 to get in my prosperity which is rightfully morning and run out and spend ed nor mismanaged under the pre-nlaw. hers the day at the Mt. Vernon Fair. 1 had intended saying someMr. Creech is one of the largest Very respectfully, tax payers in Bell county, the thing of this town and the many W. B. MYERS. Kentuckians to be found here, largest of an farmer, he is a verv VOTE conservative man, and as he says either as permanent or temporary residents; but I must defer this when he left home for Florida he was not entirely convinced as to Siys B. F. Creech, who Writes to some future letter, as I have already made this letter tco long. the proposed Bond Issue being the from Florida, Edorsing Very truly, best for the County but a short the Bond Issue B. F. CREECH. they had good roads, stay where and voting bonds again for more, 15. St. Petersburg, Fla , he was convinced and become one I To The Sun: of our most ardent supporters. For Infants and Children, "I have just read the letter of Personally, I have been away in Hie Kind You Have Always Bought home county Judge T. J. Asher, publisht from Rockcastle-m- y many years There ever lingers your issue of January 23th. and I Bears the . SlS7-says in sup- Signature of that love for the people and that gladly endorse all he Z4f "WW good roads proposed place of my birth, Judge Bethur-u- fpart of the will recall, at one particular bond issue, to be voted for in Bell go id roads" so say ten "I'm time, I emphasized this fact a county on the i3th inst. Pineville I was by tenths of the peeple, but some o : When I left little too strong, and had the folno means committed to the sup- these tenths have queer ideas a ; lowing handed out to me: but reflection It was on an evening we had port of these bonds;observed since to what should be or not be do ie to get the good roads. called upon some young ladies in and what I have Florida on this trip, have whom we were interested, and I, reaching "I hope the bond issue will me that it possibly as usual, had a good deal combined to convince carry." Well do your part. That great mistake for the to say about friends iu Rockcastle would be a these will help some. It will carry until finally the young lady re- voters of Bell county te defeat make the mojority as large marked "if I would be nght good bonds. Since coming to Florida I have as possible. she thought I might go to Rock over much of the State, castle when I died." Well, of traveled the good roads course thatkindaput a "setback" and I have found FOR FLETCHER'S consideration to my Rockcastle talk, but the movement of first of discussion "fellow feeling" is there still, and and chief topic people wherever I have '"cstipa--tio- n. for sentimental reasons I want to among the i u o..i acrf' and such has been the case Best Treatment For .ij n see tnegooa oia vouuij uct. uu. (t, no,t wit,h the best in the State. ' here for the last two or three years "My daughter used Cl ."mber-lain- 's there are now Not alone for sentimental reasons with the result that Tablets for constipation with business reasons, for the many' good roads in every part of good results and I can recommend but for in Piuellas coun-an- d them highly," writes Poul B R' sake of friends still living there, the State. Here one among in, Brushly, La. For sale b all' who have my best wishes. I ' ty, the smallest and counties of the State dealers. have for some time been in t uch the youngest and her husband, J. W. Rider. This property is now in my possession, but is left in the rooms of the Rockcastle Hotel, and any , 1 oj!- y j et THE BONDS 2-- 5 CASTOR A I? fr m J all-rig- ht, Children Cry CASTOR1 A I 1 J9 i u M""Wggg3HMiiliiiini.mMiieUluliMm Ml". VtKiNOPi 5IUNALI 12 o Kd8ur MuWns'is out agam after ViiirH cinrra t tvrlintfl First-clas- s DICK MARTIN LIVINGSTON. mi Died March 4, 1915. Mrs. Abel Pennington, wife of Mr.Abel Pennington, Davis' shop on Old Main street. this life some over a year ago. Mrs. up No. jq" wnen T7Q R- - S. Martin died at his home at y W. B. bpivev has bold his inter- waa to Pennington was, before her marSIGNAL cute with Communis Pst,int,lipPflrm..rc Snnniv Pn tn Brodhead. on the 6fh instant riage, Miss Angeliue King. They , . .. ... rr. Three days before his death he were married in the year 1868 his partner T. W. Rider. was stricken with paralysis and She had been a member of the Dr. W. A. Jones has moved lie was never afterwards able to Baptist Church sijee youth, and from Irvine to Iron Mound which to that talk or fully at himself. He was children. union were born eleven One J. A Pennington is half way between Winchester buried on Monday the 8th instant j died about seven years ago. and Irvi'ie in the new L & N ex- in the family burying ground near Following are the names and ad U. G Baker, Mt. Vernon's Louisvillc &. Nashvillc R R. Co. tension. dresses of the other ten yet living: date merchant, spent Sunday wit Brodhead. G S. Griffin. Miss Lyda Gook, TIME TABLE. Richard Seldon Martin was Mrs. Neal Parrett, Mt. Vernon; who has been in Hand sewed soles, invisible Cincinnati for 22 ucrtn 5.04 p m patcHeSj .,,uj &i; cj js 0f tirst-clas- s born in Appomattox county, Vir- - T, J. Pennington, Livingston; S. some time is with home folKs. E. Pennington, London; Mrs. W. 24 norttl i:ob a ni sj,oe work done bv J. AV. Haw- - ginia Dec. 12th, IS39 He spent H. Brown. Mt Vernon; Mrs O.A. Rev. D Edgar Allen, of Mt. Ver33 south II:3l a m kms, a professional shoe maker, his boyhood on the farm till he Frith, Brodhead; MrsR. C. Pike, non, will till his regular appoint11.1 Jt o m 21 South Livingston, G. D. Pennington, ment at the Baptist Church, Satwas eighteen years old when he at Davis' urday Sunday- ., salesman for a Idaho; Mrs. J. N. Clark, Livings Taylor and daughter, Mrs. Jessie jcame a traveling Tas. Landrum, Agent. V Mr. and Mis and Miss Sarah, Tobacco Manufacturing Company ton; Miss Flora Pennington, Liv- enroute to Arizona, stopped over Pbon; No. 8. the proud paren's of their first ingston, and A. K. Pennington, of fallowed till his state Greensburg, N. C. Funeral ser a few days with Mrs. C. H. Rice. horn, a boy which arrived Tues- which he Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. TobtolBce Misses mail matter. day. William Baker is the name joined with the Southern Confed- vices were conducted by the Rev. Blanford. Carrie Ponder, Ella Mae as stcond-cias- s Georgia Amyx, Nettie eracy, andai its first call for vol- D. Edgar Allen, of Mt. Vernon, given the young man. Friday evening, and she was tak- Rice and Tempest Ward were in unteers he became a Confederate PERSONAL Five of the girls at Dormitory soldier in Geu Lee's Army, Gen. en to Mt. Vernon where she was Mt. Vernon, Saturday attending burial of Mrs. A. Pennington. tire, yesterday morning, subdued Gordon's Corps, and Gen. Pick- laid to rest beside her husband to theMr. and Mrs. IE Mann were await the call of her Master. The J. J. Purisll of Piato, was her the flames, which originated in Division. His offical rank bereaved family has the sv mpathy visiting relatives in Paris, Sunday. ett's with relatives Saturday night. one of the bed rooms. They hand- was that 01 Orderly Sargent, but of the town and community. Hubert Niceley will move his family to the farm over the river, Stanford, was led the fire extinguishers and hose he often led his company as its C. A. Carter of We have decided to try to write like veteran firemen and had the Captain being the highest living more regular and would be glad that his father. W. G. Niceley, here between trains last Friday. purchased of the Thomas heirs. that aH who have items Cashier A. M. Hiatt of Bnd-hea- blaze put out he.'o-- e arrival of as officer of the company those above please hand them to us, and would in the Among him having fallen in battle. He was here Tuesday alternoon. sistance of the citizens future we will do our best. Our Ah! The Invigorating Whiff the girls were Elizabeth Pulham, was always in the thick of tile territory extends from McKee in Op The Pine Forest! J. fi. and J. M. Craig of the Ray Hunt. Mary Mae Lathim, and fight beginning with the first bat- Jackson county', in Pu How it clears the throat and Quail section, were in town last Mav Upton, who are head of its mucous ailments. It is to be con tle of Bull Run and ending with laski county, and from the I i Saturday. county line to Wild Cat this spirit of iNewness and Vigor gratulated for t'loir good work and that most bloody and memorable Mr and Mrs. Raymond Jett bravery Mountains in Laui'el county Mr. from the health-givinPiney Forshown. charge at Gettysburg led by Gen. and Mrs. J. P. E. Drummond has ests brought back by Dr. Bell's spent last week with Mr. Jetts , Mr. (Jeorge Honey. Antiseptic and one of Pickett. Mr. Martin was badly returned from Knoxviile, Tenn, Pine-Ta- r parents, near Richmond. All the olde.--t ai d most successful wounded in that charge. He lay where they went a few days ago healing. Buy a bottle has re Miss Susie Thompson for three days under an old peach to visit relatives Ben Hellardwas Druggists, 25c. turned home, after spending a farmers Rorkcastle has ever had, working in J. P. E. Drummond's Electric Bitters a Spring Tonic. food or watei store while died Mondiiy night at his home, tree without care, Mr.Drummond was on few weeks in Louisville. two miles west of here, of a com- when be was taken to a hospital. his vacation, While Livingston after plication of Miss Evelyne Gardner, Uncle His recovery left liim a cripple for is a small town of perhaps 500 introubles. spending a few weeks in George, as he was fan iliarly call- life, but like the true and gallant habitants, vet we are blessed with has returned to her ed, had ' religious services. The been on the decline for soldier that he was, he wanted to our part of Church has services two Christian home here. months, but the illness which cut remain with the army, and he was Saturdays and Sundays out of the W. H. J. Moore, Renfroes. BeEdgar, Charles and Sam Brown off the useful and well spent life of then made a recruiting officer month, and the Baptist Church of he Quail section, all good road this good man lasted only a week which position he held till the sur- the same, and the Presbyterian cause I am from a Virginia counadvocates, were in town last SatThe burial took place Tuesday render. He then returned to his one Saturday and Sunday out of ty (Wise) where they have pikes urday. at tlie family burying ground near devastated home where heremain-e- d the month, and a Sunday School all over it made from bond issues ach church with large atten of a million dollars, no State aid Mr, Robert Nixon of the W'ildie his home, where a large concourse till 1869, and in the mean time at dance, and then we have prayer therejis always something doing. section, was in town Tuesday and or friends gathered to pay a last having mairied Miss Sallye B. meetings, Christian Endeavors, said he had a fine mule to die a tribute of respect. Jones, a most estimable wonan, and B Y. P. U. So you see the The bond issue and building of few ago. when with his wife and bis brother citizens here are trying to do their good roads in South West Virginia J. A. Oliver, who burned out at Mr. S. H. Martin, he came to this part. None can say repeat the has increased land values and Mrs. L. M. Brown of Brodhead, Livingston sometime ago and story to me. who Well, county and located near Brodhead sweet of hard times and a there brought in moie investers than was the guest of Mr. and. Mrs. W filed articles in scat-citis a cry bankruptcy after any other one cause and made and in which vicinity he remained A. McKenzie, from Friday until exhausting nil of work We will admit there to get a during the balance of his life. is a lull in business and work is better times. Sunday, last. compronifee at a cent that he John Berry, Green Hill. We After coming to this county on the minority list, but for the of Cave 'vwuld be able to pay, has withMiss Bess Chad well, past few years we have baa a get the roads, provide labor, re City, Ky., is the pleasant and at drawn his bankruptcy proceed- Mr. Martin followed, farming for glorious time and have been living vive business and get sale for ti active guest of Mrs W. H. Cox ings, perfected the compromise, a few years. He then began, in a fast, and now comes the lull. We thousands vof cars of our inexhaussmall way, the fobaoco business believe that too many "'have quit for a lew days. having a cleaEfire.-vrip- : for all acr tible supply of stone to other W. H. J. Moore was in Satur- counts aud as soon as he can get at Brodhead. His efforts were suc- their little farms aud gone to pub- counties building roads, create lic works and now the thing to do from Renfros. in his goods will be back in busi- cessful. He later established a is to return to the little hill side markets for the farmers, scatters day and Monday manufacturing plant at Junction and expressed bis delight over tl e ness at Livingston. This was a ever City, Kentucky, where he was also farm, let it be crops, so bumble. money thruout the county, helpsquare deal so far as Joe was con even if the ing every citizen. for better roads. out large Plant prospects successful. ground is so steep that you have Miss Julia Pish and brother cemed, the people know it and James Ballenger Boone. I A few years after coming to to shoot ycur corn in with a double Master Jack, wre in London the people are his friends. Kentucky his wife die d. He later barrel shot gun, harvest will sure wish our people to take advantage yesterday to see their nephew married Miss Lou Harris, of Brod ly come and besides, this morning of the greatest opportunity that Services at Christian shining brightly and ere was ever presented to Rockcastle Master William Baker Fish. head, who with their five childran, the sun is long mother earth will be clothed for securing turnpikes and be in Church for Sunday James Johiuon. who has had a survives him. To his first mar- in greenness and we can look down Bible School 9 45 a. m. long aud hard siege of fever is riage there was born four child- the line and see deliverance com- the way of progress. Preaching Service li a. m. able to be out again and everyone J. E. Coldiron, Conway. We ren, all of whom are dead ex- ing which spring never fails to beia glad to see him improved. Subject, ' Forgiveness'' cept Mrs. Mary E. F rotheroe, who stow. - Several have asked why need the roads. U. S. Berry, Conway. Get inThe Christian Endeavor Service resides with her husband in Chi- we have failed to write the past Sap Owens was in from Orlando two weeks and we will give you to the band wagon while will be held with the Endeavor cago. Illinois. there is Monday and said he didn't know the reason. You all know in the yet time. We must have those of enough men against the bond Society of the Presbyterian Rockcastle county had no bet- good book there were several reasissue in that precinct to compose church, in their house. Our con- ter citizen than Dick Martin. He ons why some had failed to attend roads. A. T Abney, Climax. When gregation will also meet with the was a devoted member of the a feast. We have been moving ajury. congregation of the Presbyterian C ristian Church and in every and getting straightened up and we get good roads we will not be John Sigman was in from Wil if you all have had any experience die neighborhood Monday preach- church for the Preaching Service sense of the word a most upright in moving it will be useless to add cut off from our neighbors and Christian gentleman. ing the worJ for good roads aud at 7:30 p: m. He was another word. So this is our ex- other counties, months at a time ever ready to extend the helping cuse and we think this is a reason during the winter. the better times that will follow the future we will their construction. McFarland Memorial hand to those in need. Recently anleone, tobut in the news promptly in Moses Anglin, Wildie. It will be able give addition to many other advanone of his customers that owed Miss Jessie Mae Brown, after We great deal Presbyterian Church him a bill lost his store by fire. times hear awe believe about hard tages cause an increas in our farm spending the winter here, with and times are He had no insurance and was un just a little shakev at present but products and sale therefor, more her sister, Mrs. D. Edgar Allen, The following are the services and better stock will be raised our returned to her home in Nashville. for next week beginning Sunday: able to pay his debts. He asked officemerchants are doing a land which can be sold here at a home business in selling goods. his creditois for a compromise Tenn., last Monday. Sabbath Schcol 9 45 a m. It seems that ail merchants and market not having to drive them and submitted his offer to Mr. Preaching Service 11 a. m. Dave Jackson, the clerks are busy. Some goods are to other counties. traveling Martin, as well as all his other high yet they sell lots of them. Mens Meeting1 2.30 p. m. salesman of Louisville, was here Sam Croucher, Disputanta xMr. Martin's creditors. reply W. G. Rivers, who has been very C. E. Society 6. 2o. p. m. Friday and Saturday, last, selling One can take his surplus stock to slo.-vlsome time, imThe meeting will begin, as not- was: "Yes, I will accept the com sick for The large Is mill own- town on court days and find a our merchants and talking good proving. saw ed, earlier than usual, as the so- promise and will give the amount ed by the Thomas heirs, which roads to "beat the band." ready maket. Our county fairs, that is coming to me to my cus- burned a week ago. we are in- which are already good, Misses Anna Mae and Miranda ciety will hold a union endeavor will be tomer, Mr. , who had the formed was covered by insurance. Purcell have returned to their meeting with the ' E. Society of misfortune to lose much improved and attract a much his goods by This will hurt Livingston some as home at Plato, alter spending a the Disciples church. Members fare." This little incident tells the several men were employed there larger attendance from neighborfew weeks with relatives here and of both Societies are urged to be character of man when it was running. William ing counties. at Preacbersville and other places present. Miss Cecelia Walton during the wholeMr. Martin was Fallas, an engineer in the LivingsTom Mod Mullins, Withers. I courss of his ton and Cozatt's helping wil! be the leader. service, could say "I am for it just because Miss Mary Elizabeth Furnish, eventful life. was with home folks sumlav, at Preaching service 7.30 p. m. of Napoleon, Ky. is spending a Lebanon Junction. N.H.Oliver I am for it" like the man who said This will also be a union service I Have the Agency for the lew days with relatives here. She has purchased a house and several he was "agin it" and I could give will go from here to Brodhead as per our permanent arrangeacres of land near town 100 good reasons why 1 am for it, ment with Rev. Mr. Young of the Maxwell "Wonder Car'1 moyed his family there. ana has where her parents have bought W. A. but what's the use? Anybody Christian church, who will assist of the Warren has returned from Paris, ought to see it with his eyes closproperty aud are locating. he service. Mr. Macmillan Maxwell Motor Sales Corp., Detroit, Mich. wl'ere he went to have an opera- ed that by voting the bond issue tion performed on his eyes. Mrs. will preach on a subject vital to The Car for the Mountains. LOCAL The lerry Sams, of Hazel Patch, spent it will be the'making of the counthe interests of every branch of Car with Class and Power. Get Sunday with Mrs. W. A. ty and the issue will win. some literature about this car and the past The Estill County grand jury the universal church of Christ. Warren. Born to the wile of John E. F. Bryant, Pine Hill. Five be ready for the Mullins on the 28th, a fine boy, years from now our county will returned indictments against T. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7.30 Good Roads Good Roads. are C. Wallace, Frank Chaney, J. M . p. m. Come and bring a promise the Automobiles. coming, s are christened William Elmer. Moth- have been on the road- of prosper Be among the er and babe both doing well. Pynes, Amrbose Lynch, first owners. Bill from the Living Word. Mrs Ed Quinn is" visiting relatives ity and gained so in progress that Christian Instruction Class Lynch and L S. Gardner, chargin Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. W. it will seem like an entirely differ ing them with the wilful murder every Thursday afternoon at the H. Krueger was in East Bernstadt ent place on the map. MT. VERNON. KY. Sunday. F. L. Thompson.' the Reuben Burton, Rose Hill.--- I of Houston Underwood who was Manse. These services are for d whole community and everyone is salesman of Mt. Ver- am for called from his home in Irvine on the bond issue and am glad heartily welcomed. Come and A pain in the side or back that non, was in onr town Monday. the night ef Feb. i2the and idled its going to carry. I think everyMrs. G. D. Cook was Rev. Jno. M. Macmillan. catches yau when you straighten non, Monday, visiting in, Mt, Ver- one should be willing to allow the full of bvllets. They were all See. relatives up calls for a rubbing application placed in jail at Irvine to await of Ballard's buow Liniment. It Miss Ella Waddle, of East Bern- county accept a preseut of $50,-00- 0 trial. There is one L. S. Gardner relaxes the contracted muscles and stadt, was with home folks Sun from the State road fund. permits ordinary bodily motion day. Ben Griffin, of the" Buckeye who conducted a barber shop here CA Elisha Bullock, Hansford'. ' without sufferingor jncouvenience Section, was with Jipme folks Sun-da- man who is aginsi the bond and at Livingston about 3 years Conover , J. H. Browning was with issue Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle ago but it is not known whether) Sold by John Robins, Brodhead bpm folks at Maywood, Sunday. has ho better argument than one There were Up scbollara in at- who favors whiskey and bar or not this is t' e same man. The Ky. MT. VERNON, KY, tendance at the Sunday School o rooms L. S. Gardner who was here is a Pron tRooms over Baker's Store the" Christian Church, Sunday. brother of Mrs. J. W. Dillingham Phone 49-Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown, of FOR FLETCHER'S near Maretburg, this county. ' Mt Vernon, were here $ during the FOR FLETCHER'S sickness and death of Mrs. Mt. Vernon, Ky, Mar 1915 , shoe work done ,, IS DEAD!!! who-departe- d 79 Brown's mother, Mrs. A. Pennington. Bill Yaden, of Brodhead, was here Sunday between trains. D. B Rambo, who had the misfortune to get his leg broken, is getting along as well as could be expected E.J. Weaver, who has been here in the helping service between Livingston and Winchester as engineer, has been transferied to Paris, Ky.. and will move his family there The Rev. Macmillan, of Mt. Vernon, waf here between trains. Sundav. up-to-i 1 ii.h. i iM. H ri Hi a f IraviVA ! h 7 333J2v. .' uLTujioRtti r.sRCiwM TA,LOR3 '" u S3 I I I I J s 3 l an , ill Ill S Sf J jg I I flli 1 ir 1 F I Wil vu 1 F I I w 1 J 1 pi 1 H Oil I I I d m d, g Lu-esiy- to-da- y. THE COMING WELCOME! OF SPRING We'll welcome the chance to show you what a bully lot of fresh, springy styles we have to c cho)ose from in Eliza-bethtow- n, WHYSlOOONDS . y i en's nn-au- s r f SI 1 fi Ol til'lpQ 1 p-.-- v so. 20. v DK $: 3 $3.50 3 noes el $4. Sp ir style wont wear off s $3 and all Spring Furnishings to cornptete your outfit. Fish its built in the goods "We Stand Ey What YotfBuy mBmsmmw The Hcjmg 11 wjjljjjjjssss. qy fcaeoel aisdftes "' " y eo4 "" 1 Your Bank Must $8s - II Be both willing and able at all times to extend you such accommodations as your business justifies Ask the exp erience of your friend who carries an account with the "Peoples", which is seeking your business m II - T. a O'MARA Interest On Time Deposits -- good-nature- fgZ X3eaca3flcac3or P. H Dentist y gzr1" siE$e9a$j F. L. THOMPSON, Ji:M Peoples Bank Cashier. Children Cry 1 CASTORIA Children Cry CASTORIA John Sigman, Wildie. f am for issue and so are a large ma- jontv of my neighbors. Now is Kockcastle's opportunity into the ranks of progress and she should not fail to grasp it. I have every reason to believe our people to-g- tt jority. will vote in its favor by a big V . Tom Parsons. Wildie. If John Sigman cau gladly .vote for bond issre and allow pike built thru, his farm I can do the same, """"P V,ftW-- . 'rr '- - Pjg1- - M""""""MW"'1' " """" ' i 3-9 FW 10 Knowing ThGAdvan- ICl&C Ul UUUU Covington, Ky., To the Voters of Rockcastle: Living in a city of fine streets and in a county of splendid pikes, Exhibited Watch Valued aH and having been born and reared on the Old State Road in Rockcas $5,500 Given Him by tle, near the Jackson county line. Grateful Father I feel that I am in a position to know the vast difference between Lexington, March 12, 1915 the county blessed with good that five thous- roads and the one cursed with bad It is estimated and Lexington people heard L. T. ones. Take it from one who travCooper, the man who created such eled for rnanv years on the miserwidespread attention in the East, able roads of Rockcastle, that had oue evening recently Cooper ex- highways are mill stones atound plained to the vast crowd his the- the neck of any people; that they ories on health and hygiene, ac are a draw-bac- k to every thing, compamed by a unique demon driving many of the best citizens stration of bis celebrated prepar out of the county, while keeping ation Tanlac. which he is person those who remain poor and deally introducing in thr- - Jarger prived of educational advantages American cities. Having lived on bad roads, 1 In connection with his visit to fully understand the horrible disKentucky, Cooper said: "I shall advantages of them; having also remain in Kentucky for a short lived and traveled on fine pikes, time. However, I shall give the I know tLe very great and many people of this section of the coun advantages afforded bv them try the same benefits of 1113' study Believe me. Voters of Rottkfnstle, aud uiv medicine that I have when J say that every one of ou given the multitudes of New York owe it to yourself, to your family, where I have been busy during to the Cause of education, to ihe the past, year helping the hundreds moral and educational uplilt of the of thousands ef suffering humans county to vote "YES" on the bond in that great city. Issue March 27th. "While here I will prove to every Wishing you all more prosperone how easy 11 is to guard against ity aad better surroundings, I am, the inroads ot ill health by guard Your friend, ing your health as carefully as you WADE BALLARD. do some other features of your daily lives. Program, Livingston B.Y.P.U. "Catarrhal egections o the head March 14th, 1915. nose, throat and stomach, as well Bible Study Meeting Psalm 9o as the kidneys, produce a stuff condition of the vital organs, 6.00 President in charge. Song. and nine times out of ten this Prayer. trouble is responsible for most of of we present day 6.20 New members introduced. the Quiz en B. R. C. Americans. Faulty methods of living are back of this all, but it is 6.30 Leader of meeting in charge Song-"Ho- w Firm a Foundanever too late to correct our tion." faults. 90 Scripture Reading-Psal- m "Tanlac, the wonderful mediby Leader Introduction cine that I am introducing to corisfc and 2nd verses memorized rect this condition, 1 believe to be the best thing of the kind on the and recited by Rissie Oliver. American market today. This God's Eternity By Mrs. J. A. Oliver fact has been proven thruout the verses By May Evans. great Has tern cities, as well as Man's Mortality right here in Lexington, where By Mrs. J. E. Singleton hundreds of people are already re Song- - 'The Solid Rock." alizing the surprising lesults from IV by Man is So Weak-Ps- alm its use. 9o. 13-Grace Clancy "They all testify that Tanlac 1. Talk by S. E. Hillard has a peculiarly grateful effect, Psalm 90: jo 12 By Nany Fields seems to eo rieht to the desired 2. Tallrby Mrs. J.P. R. Drum-monspot, warms up the entire .system, and gives great strength and deSong "Only A Sinner". velopment where it is most needr -- Read and com Psalm So: ed correcting all of the ills ana which come tram mented on by Mrs. C. E. Rice. weaknesses years of misuse of the vital and di' God's presence gy Lu inda Hillard gestive organs." 6ong-"Jesus i Love Thee." Cooper then exhibited a handsomely engraved gold watch, 6.50 President in charge, Sec'y's. report on bJacKboard. studded with tortyseven perfectly cut diamonds,, which is valued at Adjourn for preaching. Mrs. C. E. Rice, Group Captain. $3i500, that was given to him as a token of aopreciation by a promi- HEALTH PROMOTES HAPPInent jeweler, whose son was reNESS lieved by Tanlac. Without health, genuine joy is The celebrated Tanlac is sold impossible; without good dige,s exclusively in Mt. Veruon by tion and regular aud regular bowel CHAS. C. DAVIS and can also be movement you cannot have health. Why neglect keeping bowels open obtained in Livingston at the Cen- and risk being sick and ailing? tral Drug Co's. store. You don't have to. Take one small Dr. Kings New Life PUat night, in the morning you will IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF have a full, free bowel movement and feel cnfjjcb better. Helps your THE UNITED STATES Try one FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF appetite and digestion. ed-u- p ill-heal- th U1 m fUAol llUaUOl COOPER 1 being lot No. G, as shown in the survey 15. THY Conway, Ky. Are You and the division of the heirs of M R. Sloan s' Editor Signal, Boyd, Deceased, and beginning at the ., r, Tf .,,..1. Mt. Vernon. Ky. 4 r. second corner-oflo-t No. 4; thencs N. 38 lief from Rhenmatibm, do what so w. 49 poles to a, stake in the Potts lino; To the voters of Rockcastle many tnousand otner people are tnence with said line N, yz E. 22 poles county. doing whenever an attack comes ' a white oak and dogwood-Pof,- s oorner; tnence N. 79 E. 4 poles to a 1 nere 'S approaching and is on, bathe the sore muscle or joint black walnut; thence S. 43 E. 64 po'es fU t near at hand an election and one with Sloan's Liniment. No need t0!1 Srai.-P- n,Mn s Jft w 0o to rub it in just apply the Lini- the beginning, and containing 8 acres, of vast importance, to the peop'e h Also the ment to the surface, undivided inteiest 0f this county. On the 27 inst we is wonderfully penetrating. Itgoes right in a small track of laud containing 7 are to vote whether or not we want . to the seat of trouble and draws acres, more or less, said track is bound- tne rain almost immediately. Get ed as follows: On the north by the me iscal uourt 10 issue uounuy a bottle of bloan's Liniment fori lands uf William Adams and Henry bonds to the amount of 100,000 25c of any diuggist and have it in Hy singer; on the east by lands of Johu for the purpose of building pike the house against Colds, Sore Boyd; on the south by the lands of John roads thru the COUuty. Coming as and Swollen joints. Lumbago. Leeceand on the west by the lands of J. lit does should we vote this iissue Sciatica, and hKe ailments. Your T. Tate. money back it not satisfied, but it For tlw purchase price the purchaser ' down We wouId be doinS not onl must axecute bond withapproved secur to ourselves but to future generdoes give almost instant relief. ity, bearing legal interest from the day ation a great wrong. We now of sale until paid and having the force have an opportunity of having our and effect of a judgment. Bidders will by turnpikes in two be prepared to comply promptly with county crossed ways by voting the bonds of these terms. Pursuant to the order of the $100,000. then when we have vot- G. S GRIFFIN, Rockcastle County Court at the Master Commissioner of Rockcastle ed these bonds the state by a law Circuit Court. regular Tauuary term 1915, notice passed in 1914, comes to our aid RHEUMATIC - Children Cry for Fletcher's it one-fift- r ! The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has-- been in use for over SO years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- y-jjsonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. AH Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. ZJust-as-g-oo- d" Notice Of Election j CASTORIA What is suhstituto for Castor Castoria is a harmless - is hereby given that an election Will be he!d. each of the voting ppecinets of Rockcastle County on tne 27th day of March 1915 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters ol Rockcastle County QU the question whether said county shall lsuo bonds to an amount not exceeding $100,000 or for the purpose of building turn pilces in Rockcastle County. The said order of election and the purpose thereof are fully set out in said order which is as follows: Rockcastle County Court, January lerm 1915. It appearing that a petition signed by more than one hundred who are and tifty legal voters, tree holders of Ropkcastle county, was tiled in the office of the Clerk of the Rockcastle County Court, and with theudge thereof, on the 25th day of January 1915 ask tug that an election be held in said county, March 27, 1915, for the purpose of submitting to the legal voters said county the question of whether the Fiscal Court of said county, shall issue and sell the bonds ol said County in an amount 100,000. Said not to exceed Bonds to be sold and the pro ceeds arising therefrom to be used in building and constructing turnpikes in Rockcastle County and through territory hereinafter des ignated by the said Fiscal court and State Road Department and the Court being sufficiently advised, now Orders that said election behejd at the tjme and for purpose stated in said petition and that Cam MuUins, Sheriff, of Kockcasfle County, be and he s hereby directed to cause & poll to be opened and an ejection to be held in the County of Rockcastle. On the 27th day of March i9i5-Anhe will cause the polls be opened in each aud all of the vot-iuprecincts in said county; and he is directed to advertise said election and the object thereof at least 0 days next before the day thereof Jn some newspaper having jn the circulatjfln I e largest c 'Uuty also by printed handbills posted up at not less than four pubh'c pubji pjacps jn each voting precjncjt in the County and at the Courjt house door. AU legal yoters of said County shall be privileged to vote at said election. d 1 7-- By d. and pays one-hal- f the debt which TO THE HOUSEWIFE only leaves the county to pay 50,- Madain. if vnnr VincKan ic 15iq hen ?he broads and Cor most men he expects you to look ' 00 alter the health of yourselt and porations in the county payinjr G'J children, Coughs ana colds are per cent of the road tax would pay the most common of tbe minor ail- $30,000 thereby leaving the farmer ments and are most likely to lead to serious diseases. A child is with only S2O.UO0 of the $100,000 to pay and the farmer and people much more likely to contract or scarlet lever when it has living in the rural district gets all a cold. It you will inquiie into tbe benefit of the roads. Now to ehe meiits of the various remedies those who only pay a poll tax the that are recommended for coughs above all ethers should vote for and colds, you will find that Cham this is.ue. They only pay poll tax berlain's (Jough Remedy stands high in tbe estimation of people and under no circumstance could who use it. It is prompt and ef- a poll be placed on them to pay off fectual, pleasant and safe to take bonds Their taxes undet no which are qualities especially to be condition could be any more than desired wheD a medicine is intend it now is $1.50. The law forbids ed for children. For sale by all the raising of poll taxes in Kendealers. tucky over 1 50. COMMISSIONERS SALE Now as the ele tion is close ai Malinda King, Plaintitl. hand my wish is, that all voter-woulVS. look at this in its true lig t Daniel King, Defendant indifthey are doubtful look ui By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, the act of the Legislature of 1814 rendered at the January Term, 1915, where the !hw is plain on the subthereof, in the above cause, I shall pro- ject. We are living on the bordceed to offer for sale, at the Court ers of the Bluegrass country and House door, in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle issue down County, Ky., to the highest and best should we vote this bidder, at public auction, on Monday after counties far remote from that the 22nd day of March, 1914, between part of the county vote a tax on the hours of 10 o'clock a m. and 4 themselves like Ball and Knox o'clock p. m. (being regular County county would be a bad mark on Court daj ) upon a credit of six months the following described property to wit: is, showing that the people of A tract of land located in Rockcastle Rockcastle bad no energy or get County, Ky., on the waters of Rockcas- up and are willing to stay without tle River, and bounded as follows: BeSo my fellow vot ginning at a hickory on top of a ridge: improvements. thence south 2q poles to a black oak; ers lets not have our neighbors thence south 35 poles to a pine; thence south 5O polos to a stone on top of a talk about us but every man go to ridge; thence west 125 poles to a pine in the polls on the 27th of March and W. M Begley's line; thence north lu Ky. that we poles to three pines; thence north 35J2 -- how the balance of west 48 poles to two pines on top of a are alive, wide awake people, takridge; thence north 31 west 16 poles to two black oaks at a uliff; thence running ing advantage of every good thing with the cliff north to the said Smith by giving to the bond issue a maline; thence running with the Smith line 30 poles East to a hickory near a jority of atleast 10 to 1. branch: thence east with J. C Yours for better roads, ljne 81 poles to the beginning T J. HAYES. containing 100'acres. dip-thetia goric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other .Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fevcrishncss. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Oil, Pare- GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of f-ciZc&M ALWAYS C&ajtyy "V The Kind You Have Always Bougbl In Use Fop Over 30 Years TH E CENTAUR COM RAMV NEW YOHK CITY. WHEN YOU WANT I Genera! Merchandise Farm Implements CO TO . JONAS McKENZIE THE Chas. C. Davis OLD B5SLIABLS Mt. Vernon, Ky. Brod-head- 's 13-1- 7- State of Ohio, city of Toledo) curity, be.arjng legal interest from the fss. day of sale uijtij paid and having the ) Lucas County .anfj For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bpn4 with approved se- g My force pffectpfa jufkjrnient. BidFrank J. Cheney makes oath ders wiH he prepared to cgmply promptthat he is senior partner of the ly with these terms. G S. GRIFFIN, firm ot F. T.Cheney & Co., doing Master Commissioner of Rockcastle onsiness in the city of Toledo, Drugs We are determined to give our patrons better servics thh year than any before. Ou motto is "improve on every thing every minute." Anybody will show you where we are- - Circuit Court. ttled Copy Attest; F. BOWMAN, Clerk. Given under my hand as Sheriff of RoekcastUi County, this the 17th day of February jjlp. CAM MUkfJNS, g. t. KENTUCKY In th Matter 01 ) t- - ybseph W. Jackson j In Bankruptcy Mr. HANSFORD. and Mrs. Neal McFerron spent Suuday wilh Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barron. Miss Cora Kiucer was the guest of Misses Martha and Fannie Kirby last Saturday. D. M. Cress, the hustling trader ct Wabd, passed thru last week with drove 01 hogs & mm Walter Niceley o Pjngo, was here Sunday. Mjiss Bessie Prawkt spent Rowe. last week with Mrs. Mrs. MiJtqn. Fayue ss ha guest of her .daughter, Mrs. Ben,' Cromer lacfc Friday. Mrs. Logap McKinney coptAnnes very ,s.ck. Sam Barron .and sister, Mi$s Mary, and Alfred McF,eirrolG$pnt Saturday aud S.unday yyjith M,r. and Mrs.. Jamg Barron. .Rry.afl. Graves spent S.unday wi.tih Rav. James Barnes near B4ur,r, aff re- Sheriff of Rockcastle Coupfy. No Teg Yoim TQ On this 5th day of March A. D. 19 15. on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for dis charge, filed on the 22nd day of Feb. A. D. 19 15, it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 13th day of March A. D. 1915, betore said court at Covington in said district at ro o'clock, in the forenoon, or as near thereto as practicable, and that notice thereof be published 1 time in the Mt. Vernon Signal, a newspaper printed in said district, and. all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. WITNESS the Honorable A.M. ports Mr. B&rrves so,me lj?eittlerT-MrJ. Cochran, Judge of said Court, Rose .5ress spe&t hist Tuesand the seal thereof at Loudon in day with Mrs. J. Grasras. m said district, on the 5th day of REOMMEDS UURMBEfcLA Ilf'S March A. D. 19I5. Cough Remedy W. MENZIES, Clerk. J. D.C. S. W. Stacey, "I take pleasure in recommend ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy For hoarseness, inflamed lungs to my customers because I have or irritating coughs. Ballard's confidence in it. I find that they Horehound Svrup is a healing are pleased with it and call for it balm. It does its work quickly when again in need of such a mediand thoroughly. Price 2.sc, 50c cine," writes J. W. Sexson, Sold by Montevallo, Mo. For sale by all nd $1.00 per bottle. dealers. Robins, Brodhead, Ky. John J... easy prey to serious ailments and epidemics as the result of a neglected Cold? Coughs arid Colds sap your strength and vitality unless checked in the early stages. Dr. Ding's New Discovery ig what you need the first 'dose helps. Ogpur head clears up, you breathe better fFelyfarid you feel so-muc- YouQtf? Ij&tmp Thousands keep on .suffering Cougs and Golds thru neglect and delay. Why make yourself an Qjlr, It Wjll Wear Try and Wear Out Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in temally and acts directly upon the (J0TOSS103OTS SAIE blood and mucous surfaces of the J. M. Craig, Aflmr , of system. Send for testimonials, Solppipn Riddle, Plaintiff free. VS. F. J. CgEif $Y & Cq . Toledo, O Sarah J. Rpldle, Pora ffaut, Sold by all Druggists, 75c. John fjapt, Car) WsUs Jm4 Take Hall's Family Pills for Pefcnants. :prgfi kjyesay By VJFtJJ.e ef a j(!gnien. and order of sale of the Rr,ckpsf3 GlFcH!t CquFt I con-stspatio- Pepper Porous Plaster applied to the chest to draw out inflamation. and Bajlard's, Hprehound Syrup to relax t.ghtnpss. You & tne tWo two remedies for npice. of ope by buying thp dollar size Horehound Syrup; tinare s fl, porons plastor free with each bottle. Sold by John Robins, Brodhead. Ky, A good treatment for a cold .sein the lungs is a HerricksRed County and State aforesaid, and hat said firm will pay the sum of One Hunred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot e cuied by the use of Hall's Ca iarrh Cure Prank J. Cheney. Swprn to beforeme and sub this 6th scribed in tny presence, day of Depember. A. D j88(. (Seal) A. W. Gleason, Notary Public. Yours respectfully, CHAS. C. DAVIS Qhonc No 39 n. uuy at.qn'ee. rwjtye io;afy ana " - i' start taK-in- g cpHpssiyNEirs haiu j. J Tate, sueing as Committee l? ys., W?W Plaintiff. 37 Henry ;Ross, Ifliatt, Sfdetff feockcasqe s. W jTa.n.r' 9 vevcause. gate, .at tfre Qqurt Roqkcasjle ,Qoun,ty, flCyv faffoe bjgh.e$t and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, the 22nd day of Mch. 1915, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m, (being regular County Court day), upon a credit of fix months, the following described proper-- , ty, to wit: A .interest In e a tract of lane Jocated in Rockcastle County, Ky., nd bounded nn described ,as follows, one-fifteen- th Vmo, fanrceqao qr,in Mt. qie e Crquit Court, ferm, hereof in the offer lor render-.qd.at- rendered at the January Tgpnjj I9J5, thereof, in the above cause, I shall prq: ceed to offer for sale at the Court Hquge dflor in M Vernon, Rgckcastje County Ky., t the hhjhesf imd pesf bder. at pubJie ftHPtion, 0H Monday the 22id. day of March, 1915, hetuegn h nnun of lOo'clookft. m, and 4 o'clock p Hi- (being regular County Court day), upon a credit of six months, the following described property to wit: A lot located J of a mile west of the Court House in .Mt". Verpon, Rockcastle County, Ky., and beginning stake in the south side of the Mt Vernon and Crab Orchard road, about 17 f eot east of a walnut tree located just inside' the fence alongsatd.roadjthence-nearlywes- t with the fence 100 feet to the north east corner of Robert Taylor's lot; thence 'if tfr)y south 30 feet to a stake; thence 'neSfljJ'Jsviuuiieefcio a., staKa; inence 'nearly n&ft&QQ teet to tiie beginning. This loWrOntsfififcferfiorii the jMtiiMer- nbtlattd CraOrcHara,ro& ana June bftttK of equal width 800 Ifeflt. w, ' " K 8ufficient,,thetreof io' produce the to 'be faiaJfle sum of money orSered t;amGurtl to 8146. bo, with1"' inrerest at ,1 tho. rate of 8 ce? cent Pe r annum irom t j " ri lr the 1st day of Jauuary UU, until Wd CokWNs History $vgry sghqol district in Kock pastle was presented, by Fiscal a, copy ot Colljns History of court, Kentucky, publsht in I878 (in the samp veap of its publication) The publisht in PFig'na history wqs revised, by a son of 1848 and was Wft It Always Helps W W ta the originator during tho period from i867 to 1878. The only known copy of this work in Rockcastle is in the possession of S. C. Franklin of this place. No doubt there are other copies stored away iu attics. in bookshelves or up This work is valuable and would find a ready sale. Please search your premises carefully and report Wbox NO 37 Mt.-- Vernon. I.I Cardtil. mv back and head wnuM hurt n har! 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 JW Wft , '!'( .l 37 t ! t w . ' - UUU LUC WOU UWiktu flat bond with approved surety beaming lesal nterest irom tne day ot fraying the force and sale until paid w)l bo effect of a judgment. Bidder prepared to complypromptly with these terms, G. S. GIIFFIN, Master Commissioner of Rockcastle execute" For the' purchase price "the purch aser vj.M.wii Fjetd Seed I hay,e a ::sr E; ig iiv.uaun., YQ Wfimaiu's Tonic uav.nm.iic, -- in! line of high ad am offering a yery atIf intertractive prices. etj ask for samples and est prices , ar)rftt pjake'a rfjisfake irHtying Cardui or ypujE ; fflWble fielpink eak.Siling ' women for more than fifty yu;g ' mic. feelings-- , etc, ired, worn-o- ut y trouble.' Signs thafyou Civc aref-sGr- e dine, IieiVOUSncSS, sign's bTwomarf neW-'Cardu- i, Jhe'voman m:PM "" Circuit Court. Bush Nelson W. LEXINGTON. KY. Get a Bottle Today! lvj Tfil iiuuwuuiwuuuuiiiuuuiinn imi h