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' standing sprang up between the candidates for the circuit judgeship, EACH OF THEM BEING PERFECTLY HONEST ABOUT IT? If Bethurum promised Kennedy that he would give way to Kennedy this time and allow him to be the candidate forjudge, why does Kennedy use this language' in his withdrawal card five ye.- rs ago, "If I am alive, and still feel - Whose CUSTOMERS lntoresto Aro Every Transaction in this Bank is for the best Interest o; our First and Foremost With Us Are you matching cents against satisfaction? this space today just to talk frankly on the subject of "Early Season Buying or Late Season inclined to take part in politics, iMAY BE THAT I SHALL THEN ASK MY PARTY TO MAKE ME ITS NOMINEE FOR COMMONWEALTH'S AT IT TORNEY'? ludge Bethurum, as the above Wefeel it is Buying' worth-whileusin- g Somepeople agree with us and V we have built up a fine early season business Some people do not agree with us, and we have very successful late season clearance sales language of Kennedy shows, never at any time promised to not make the race to succeed him self. the contrary On he positively stated to Kennedy that he would stand for and this was the genaral understanding amongst his friends at 1 the time. Moral: Politicians had better remember tbeir records before taking anew position, 'because the record may turn up, as in this case, to shame them. Adv. Somerset Herald. tomers every way, make for the best Interests of our . We would sanction no transaction which did not, in cus- Recognizing the fact our customers, not only require, but insist upon the best service and absolute safetv. s 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 eay road to travel once you have started . The Bank of Mt. Vernon v- - j. ue duiik. mar, raKes care or -- -, --- .H its 1 ntnmdva So it works for us both ways, but still we know that the early season buyer is the most satisfied buyer, because he is not matching a few pennies saved against a lot of satisfaction lost THE RECORD IS THE BEST EVIDENCE. Mr. Kennedy, in his announce ment, makes use of the following language: "I will make the same kind of Circuit Judge that I made as County Judge of Wayne county. Under my adminisiration we put boot leggers and blind tigers out of business for the first time in the aistory of the county, and crime of all kinds was reduced to the minimum. The public are invited to investigate and find out for themselves wh.eth.ei or not this is true." HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINISwork like magic in renewing, worn stair treads, soiled window-silletc No experience is needed. Just get a can of s, You come in while the stocks are fresh and have a wide range of choice you get just what you want you feel better because you are wearing new clothes when you should wear them you get full season service from them and can discard them with a feeling of contentment and not have to wear old styles next season in order to get your moneys worth - i3u1;lbFinih i Hannah iiii ant I set to work. The results will delight you. the unmatched finish for floors, etc. Will not fade. Nothing could be more erroneous aud misleading than theabove language, copied from the announcement card of this candidate tor The high office of Circuit Judge. He invited the public to investigate, and an investigation or the court records reveal the true facts to be as follows: Kennedy went into office the farst Monday in January 1906 At ihe following September term of the Circuit Court, in Wayne county the Grand Jury returned fourteen indictments against liquor people as follows six against John Hill, three against Winfield Trox-ell- , two against Marion Foster, and one each against the following named men: Peter King, Allen Roysden, and Russ Dick. At rhe January term, 19o9, of the Wayne Circuit Court the last year of Kennedy's term as County Judge the Grand Jury of Wayne countv returned indictments against the liquor people as follows: six against Joe Sweet five against Frank Winchester, two against Wolford Hill, seven against Tol-be- rt Dolan &c, six against James Brock, three anainst John Dalton two against Bud Winchester, two against Winfield Troxell, two against Richard Thompson and two against Hnllet Philips, three against Joe Dobbs, and one each againts Elmer Davenport and Jim Caater, making in all forty-fiv- e indictments against liquor people at that term of the court. The first term of Circuit Court after Kennedy went out of office, the Grand jury returned fifteen indictments against liquor people the second term 30 and the third term 25, and against almost as many people. Judge Walker, successor in office, has disposed of as mrny liquor cases as Kennedy disposed ol, yet, if you should believe Kennedy's assertions, Walker would have had nothing to do at all in the prosecution of liquor cases, nor would the dockets of the Circuit Court have been crowded with such cases.- - This is not all, Jerome Owens sold liquor within one mile of- - Monticello most all of Kennedy's term of office, and was put out of business by Judges Bethurum and Jarvis after they went into office. But the strangest thing abou t the record of Kennedy and Flip-pi- n regarding liquor prosecution, is the fact that out of 214 cases on his docket i2o of these were either tiled away with .leave or dismissed out right. - We are all more1 '-- or 'less proud, and it really pays to cater to that pride it means ease of mind and that is worth while Why be uncomfortably dressed for two or three months waiting for pickups. Prices at this store are always bas ed on 100 cents worth for a dollar whether you buy late or early. uiiimiiiinisiii! Sold by J- - ft Think this over goods are here the new Spring B. we would like to have you see them whether you buy or not will you come in Mt. Vernon, Now, the Herald does not wish NOE Kentucky Program, Livingston B.Y.P.U We give and Redeem our own Trading Stamps. to do Kennedy an injustice, nor April 11th. 1915 leave the impression that he did not try to do his duty in these Bible Study Meeting Psalm 100 prosecutions; but there is one 6:30 President in charge thing certain, SUTTON & McBEE MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. THEN AND NOW. IT. and that is, he undertook to mislead and deceive the neoole as to wat he did as County Judge of Wayne count, and the Herald is simply calling attention to this that the people might know the facts. Adv. Somerset Herald Song Prayer Brief business 6:4o Review on B. R. C. O.50 Leader in charge. Song "Praise God, From. Whom All Blessings Flow" Prayer Psalm 100 The Importance Psalm 1 48 Psalm 150 Ellen Langley of I m m m I foresaw serious compli- Rheumatic Pains Relieved. Why suffer from rheumatism when relief may be had at so small a cost? Mrs jSlmer Hatch Peru, Ind.. writes. "I have been subject to attacks of rheumatism tor years. Chamberlain's Lini ment always relieves me immediately and I take pleasure in reoommeuding it to others." For sale 25 and 5o cent bottles. by All Dealers. ROUKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Plaintiff R M. K. Flour Co., NOTICE VS C. G. Bowman, Adtnr. of H. W.Bowman, deed , Defendant All creditors of the estate of H. W. Bowman, deed., are hereby notified to present their claims sgainst same, properly proven, before me oa or before the lgth. day of April, 115, Beginning April 19th. 1915. I will sit at the office of Bethurum & Lewis, in the town of Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, to receive and register such claims and proof; and will continue my sittings until through. G. S. Griffin. M. C. R. C. C. J udge Kennedy for over a year has been persistently circulating the false report, and trying to create the impression that Judge Bethurum outraged and wronged Judge Jarvis five years ago by getting into the race for Circuit and not Judge, permitting Judge JarvU to succeed himself, telling the voters that Judge Be- Your Bank Must 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 thurum promised him that he, Bethurum, would not be a candidate to succeed himself, but would stand back and let Kennedy make the race. In answer to both these charges it is only necessary to quote the withdrawal card written by Kennedy himself and published in the Somerset Herald February nth., i9o9. Said card, which bears his signature, is quoted in part as follows: "For some time I have had an ambition to be your next Commonwealth's Attorney, having made a formal announcement to that effect. But a RATHER UNFORTUNATE MISUNDERSTANDING SPRANG UP BETWEEN THE CANDIDATES FOR THE CIRCUIT JUDGE-SHIEACH OF THEM BEING PERFECTLY HONEST ABOUT P, 0 Interest On Time Deposits Peoples Bank F. L. THOMPSON, Jr., Cashier. cations, and cast about for means to bring order out of chaos. In order to accomplish that achievement, I was willing to lorego my ambition to be Commonwealth's Attorney, and I uow desite to formally withdraw my candidacy for that office, thanking the' Republicans of the di trict for the very kindly manner in which thy receive if. "I cannot foresee what the future has in store for me, but six years hence, if I am' alive, and still feel iuclined to take a part iu politics, it may be that I shall then ask my party to make , me its NOMINEE FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. But at the present time, I bespeak the party's hearty support of Hon. B. J. Bethurum for Circuit Judge and of j$$dge M. L. Jarvis for Commonwealth's Praise Leader Adna Hansel! Cleo Pennington The place of Music and Musical Instruments. Illustrated music. by special instrumental Music in Praising God Tempest Ward Song Praise Him." WHY PRAISE GOD 1. For what He has done Mrs. N. Psalm I46 Psalm 147 For what he is, fl. Oliver Ed Cottingim Earl Rice Mrs. J. N. Clark Sang, "Praise Ye the Lord" Psalm n7 Sam Hillard For what he has done for me Temporal gifts N. H. Oliver (b) Tesus as a personal Savior Geo. Hillard Song "Saved" 7:20 Pres. in charge Report of Secretary! Adjourn for preaching 7:30 J. N. Clark, Group Captain. (.1) Attorney." Very respectfully, H. C. KENNEDY. New, if Bethurum wronged Tarvis out of tiie Judgeship or became a candidate for the office without good and sufficient rwn therefore, why does Kennedy use the language above quoted, "but a rather unfortunate misunder CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR VIHOISVO it jo ueJcpiRO S,H3H3131J yOJ VlfcJ OlSVO S,H3H3131d tiOd Uy. For stomach and bowel disorders of babies MCGEE'S BABY ELIXIR is a remedy of genuine merit It acts quickly. Is pure, wholdsomeand pleasant to take. Price 25c and soc per bottle. Sold bv John Rohlns TrnlV., . , 1 r MT; VERNON SIGNAL! Friday, Apr. 9. 19 15 r BAKER'S Great Selling Means Great Buying Great Buying Means Low Buying Low Buying Means Low Prices . Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO Advertising rsles ma&e known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCEMENTS. Advantages Go To Customers. Who can Are Authorized to Announce JUDGE B. J. BETHURUM as Judge As a candidate for of the 28th Judicial District, subject to the action of the Republican party, August primary 1916. "We serve your interests better than NOTED FOR VALUES HflHHHiHMHHMBiiHHMHHHHfiMMMMHHHiHMHIMHHHMHBBHMV We Are Authorized to Announce B. C. LEWIS As a candidate for State Senator for the 17th Senatorial District, subject to the Republican party, August primary 1915. We Are Authorized to Announce Dr. W. C. BLACK is House As a candidate for State Senator for the 17th Senatorial District, subject to the Republican party, August primary 1915 We Are Authorized to Announce M. L. JARVIS as ComAs a candidate for monwealth's Attorney of the 28th subject to the action of thr Republican party, August Primary, 1915. w We Are Authorized to Announce W. T. DAVIS As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the of Rockcastle County, action of the Republican primary Aug All The New Spring Goods In Kvery Line Are Here and ready FOR YOUR ust 7, 1915. INSPECTION. We Are Authorized to Announce T. T. NICELEY As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County, subject to the action of the Republican primary, August 7, 1915. man who runs a store account several months buying in small quantities, should never go away from the store that accomodated him, in case be should have $20 or $50 to spend, and then come home with his purchases and say ho can do better at some other place than at home. It is always to be presumed that a man who is making large cash purchases can drive a closer bargain than one who makes small purchases on time. We do not believe there is a town anywhere in the state where goods are sold on a smaller margin than in our little city. The PRCES LOWER Than For Many Years "s We've them here. So Many Lines of Goods and so many kinds of if we can describe thatwe'll just be Gol-Darned Thire are people in almost every community who are auxious to avoid paying the merchants a reasonable margin on their merchandise. They readilv believe any fairy Itale told them by smooth-tongue- d frauds who are entire strangers to them . Nearly all of these "soft snaps" offered by these swindles. The best plan is to patronize home merchants. They help to pay a large part of the taxes, help support the churches, the schools, and are citizens among us, lney are responsible for what goods they sell, and can be found at any time should anything be wrong or goods not as represented. He told his twenty year old son to milk the cows, feed the horses slop the pigs, hunt up the eggs, feed the calves, catch the colt and put him in the stable, chop some wood, split the kindling, stir the cream, pump fresh water in the cre&mery after supper and be sure to study his lessons before he went to bed. Then he went to the farmers' club to discuss the question "How to keep the boys on the farm" Los Angeles ministers are For example-- . the following; Men's suits a beautiful line of all the new $15 and $18 Serges for only $12.50The New Styles in Shoes and Oxfords, The New Spring Dress Fabrics, The New Things in Young Men's Hats, The new Neckwear and Collars fOr YOUng BlOOdS, The New Things in Shirts and Underwear, The - New Things in Furniture, Carpets, Matting and, in fact, Just Anything You Want. Car-Loa- AmericanFenceat d SALT For Car- Prices LOAD PRICES The Famous'Fox' Fertilizers! SPBeifluggfeif Mt. going to discuss the question "Where are the dead? and the Signal answers that they can be found in the business places that do not advertise. Vernon's U. G. BAKER PRICE have representative citizens of J the town and country come before vour association and tell you what they think you should carry. At the same time make it plain to them what buying away from .home is doing to you and the home town, and of your willingness to meet them halfway on a proposition that means a better town, better schools, roads churches and citizenships. Instead of playing ut on sympa thy, present the matter in a common-sens- e business way make them see it is to their ad vantage as well as yours, and we think good results will follow. Exchange. BflY MAKBB the correction The Kentt e'ev Rural Credit Association loans money and takes uncahable notes but not uncol ectable. Mr. Young the organizer is still at the Rock castle Hotel and would be glad to see any one. interested in becoming a member. Bad breath, bitter taste, dizzi-ues- s and a general ''no accoun" feeling is a sure sign of a tonil lover HERBlNEis the media e uaedod It makes thelivoj- - active vitalizes the blood, reg. atestbe bowels and restores a fine feeling of energy and cheerfulness! Price 50c. Sold by John Eu ins Brodhead, Ky. - K-.g- r Getting up in the world is like getting up on a cold fiostv There are approximately 50,000 impoverishing the small towns - morning our of a warm bed; both' post office in the United States, and "rural communities to get require a lot of self denial and a and were this enormous sum di- - poorer and poorer, l. whole lot more of Such vided equally among them it Who is to blame for this habit is the cruel laws of success. would mean that $4o.ooo annually of sending away from home for is Joeing taken of goods? If our paper is meeting with in the vicinity outPach circulation say it isThe people of the country of the local merchant and your approval as a newspaper when a dollar is sent to the the local merchant says it is th e tell your neighbor who is receiv And large cities not a penny is return- - courtry people, ing it. If it is not meeting your ed. The mailorder honses do not . Now what are the facts? Both approval, tell us. own any property in the small the local merchant and the, people towns, do not pay any taxes, do are to blame. The merchant ARE YOU TO BLAME not help to keep up the highways because he persists in talking There are 2,000,000,000 ot dol- nor schools. They, do nothing hard. times instead ,of studing lars being sent annually from but exort every dollar they can .how to improve .his stock and the rural districts of this country from the community. . keep what his customers .ask for to the catalogue houses in the That the above statements are and the people because they cities for necessities that could true ana that the custom of overlook the value of the local jusl ts well be bought at "borne. sending away for supplies is . merchant, what advantages in the self-wilpost-office. J way of schools, churches, and good roads he brings to them, bow the home town increases the valuation of their property, and last but not least, the one big faci that they are not saving when' buying away from home. . Typb got Wrong: A few wrong type slipt in can make an article .cund very ridiculous in a newspaper or any other kii d of print so far as that is cancerued. Some of these mistakes calls for These are hard concrete facts that cannot be gotten away from, so it is up to you, Mr. Merchant to get busy and, seek the remedy. We suggest first that a merchant's association be formed fn each town4 and through with merchant and customer, a better understanding be had of a serious- - situation. If you or the other merchants of your town are not carrying the right stock, corrections, some do not In our last issue there appears a reading notice on the Kentucky Rural Credit Association and one of the statements in that article read "uncallable" notes, but our type had it read "uncollectable." To the majority ot readers such a statement was at once recognized. as a typographical blunder, but for the benefit of some who might be puzzled how a company could operate on such a plan, we make ChWrirvn FOR FLETCHER'S Cry CASTORIA Iw 79 Now hue ol Cheney Silk Ties for Spring at Fish's. Notice: Saving left LivingMt. Vernon, Ky, Apr, 9. 1915 ston, I have placed all accounts due me in the hands of W. N. up No. 79" wlien wan toCnmmunl Riggs for collection. I will apcrate witH alGNAL preciate it, if those indebted to me will see Mr. Riggs and settle at once. J. A. Oliver. s (0 Mf.VtRNON SIGNAL Z6 1 Brodhead and Sparks Quarry; will play the , Base Ball teams opening game ot the season on the louteviixc & Nashville R. R. Co. Fish Held, th;s city. Mt. Vernon TIME TABLE. Graded School team will play the 22 uortn 504pm winners. Game will be called 3:50 a m promptly at 2 p. m. 24 nortn Umpire; now lives .in Floyd County, is with Lila Byers, bom the 5th inst. 23 south 11:39 am Geo. Payne. Admission 10 cts. friends here for a few weeks. Ed 12:13 a m HUNT ANDERSON 21 South spent several years in the Masonic Sheriff John farmer, of Jackson Mr. Henry Anderson and Miss Widows and Tas. Landrum, Agent. county, took Arthur Mullins, son Orphans Home, Rae Hunt were married at Lang-do- Louisville, Ky., being left an orPhone No. 8. of the late J. "C. Mullins, to peniDormitory yesterday after- phan when just a little boy. tentiary at Fr. nkfort Monday Entere.l at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice where he will serve a term of 10 noon. Time will not permit of a After leaving the Home he served mail matter. as stcond-cias- s to 2 years for the killing of Geo full accouut this week, and in our five years as a soldier, part of the Shelton, early in Juruary. It the n?xt issue will appear a full re- time being stationed in the P. I. PERSONAL His parents, a sister and an older report, as given to us is true, as to port. is for brother lived here many years, J the killing, young Mullins -Miss Fannie Allen and Emmit Jake Elder was up from Brod-tunate in getting the verdict that Mullins, of the Crooked Creek and have lots of friends here. jjjj I head Wednesday. Hllll J U jj j j) j section were married at the home Ed is here on a months vacation, Sparks Quarry 2oio3oooo of Monti-cell- he did. Judge W. R. Cress, 1 Total Brodhead Miss and to take a much needed rest. George Payne will leave Sun- of the bride yesterday. was here Saturday. 6 Allen is the pretty daughter of O. C. Willmott, of Knoxville, Sparks Quarry Al Adams has been suffering day foi Binghamton N. Y. to join "Batteries for Brodhead; Pike, Club of the N. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Allen. Tenn., was with his btother, B from typhoid but is improving. the Binghamton R, Wilmott, last week. Roy Watson, Haggard and Pike. Y State League as pitch. r. This Mr. Mullins is a son of Tom Mod E. G. Pugh. ot Berea. is here Sparks Quarry, Drew and Owens' is the second year for Payne in Mullins and is a prominent young Sowder, who has a good position insurance business for a few on The Signal extends at Danville,was at home for a few -- Arthur Anderson attended the professional ball circles, having farmer. n days. wedding at Mt days the first of the week. Ricn-ar- d with the Club congratulations. was here played last seasM Hon. A. T. Siler Robins the i4 year old son of Vernon Thursday. of the South Atlantic League Your Last "Opportunity from Williamsburg during the winning Mr. and frs. P. H. Robins, who t 23 out of 2vS games. The On of illness I was unweek. Endicott-Lestershir- e Re:ord of able to return to Mt. Vernon last was stabbed by Grant Allen, the Omer Chesnut is at home after April published a good like- week, but will be here this week I7 year old son of John Allen, THRU died from the effects of the wound attending school for some time ness of young Payne and states for the purpose of giving others reat K. K. S. N. the Bingh amton Club manager the opportunity of availing them- at 12:30 a. m. Monday. His Mrs. T. E. Craig of Quail, is is expecting great things from him selves of the benefits of the Ky. mains were laid to rest in the spending z. few days with Mr. and this season. Payne is known Rural Credit Association which Methodist church cemetery Tuesday afternopn after services conMrs. W. G. McBee. in Base Ball circles as 'Spef-dhas made it possible for the ducted by; the Rev. A. T. Pike. foreMiss Tabitha Hiatt has returned Boy" Payne and we predict that farmers ot Kentucky to borrow Besides his parents, he is survivhome irom E. K. S. N. where she he will make good. He has been money on long time at 5 per cent ed by three- sisters, and two In connection with a splendid practicing here with thf school interest. has been in school. brothers The bereaved ones article on the proposed "Dixie exMany prominent farmers have have tne" sympathy Mrs. Mattie Mullins who has boys for several weeks and of the entire Highway" from Chicago to Miama subscribed and the allotment will community. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fia., been iu school at E. K. S. N is pects to report in good shape. the Indinapohs News has with homefolks here. Mrs. Lee Maupin, of Richmond be taken by Satuiday lotSV Call Albright spent the week in Knox- this to say: Another interesting Miss Blanche Crawford is home was here this week visiting the before' then if you want in. ville and Croattanooga, Tenn. Mr angle of the proposed north-to-sout- h Kentucky Rural Credit Assn. from Richmond where she has family of W. T. Crawford. This Albright $as buying goods for road has been developed was her first, trip here since she James A. Young, been attending school. his big Mjiin street store. Mrs. in Kentucky. The Commonvisited the family of Chas. A. State Organizer. John Harp, of Mt. Vernon, was wealth, appreciating the importP. Q. Griffin the popular Quail Redd, Sr., 42 years ago. At that here several days during the ant part Daniel Boone played in merchant was in town during time the railroad had been here Services at Christian fits early history, is building a the week looking after his prop- four years. Church for Sunday week. Arrangements were erty Dr. W. E. Gravely purchased highway across the state that will Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. being made to build new court Griffin, a mighty good Solomon interest of Jacob be known as the "Boone Way" house. The population of town The Kentucky Sunday Schools the entire citizen of Cookshurg, this county was 3J10. There were but six can not afford to ignore the Elder in the big merchandise It follows almost exactly the trail made by Boone in 1775 when Wednesday on houses West of railroad crossing challenge of was in town our Governor's store of Gravely & Elder last he moved from North Carolina business. ot Main street. The old tan yard proclamation. We must have week, and with the assistance into the 'wilds of Ke'ntucky; The "- tmd Mr. and vats' were yet in evidence on lot a "million in our" Sunday schools of J. W. Proctor will continue the J. Treadway, of this adjoining the (now) residence of April 25th arjd Mt. Vernon- can-hel- business. "vWe, have not learned trace he made has For years been Mrs. Jack kmown as the "Wilderness Road" S15 county have gone to Terre Haut A. B. Furnish. A few of the to make.' this possible by what Mr. ,Elder intepds doing. This newly surfaced highway will A small child of Mr. .and Mrs. J. Ind., to locate. wagons yet carried tar kegs at beginning now. give mortorists entrance to the Prices based upon quality and the style Our district Convention, of the J. Brock died Monday night, and Mr. and Mrs. Rome Adams rear end of coupling pole, Mb hoosierdom-t- oDixie Highway its mother is ,in a seriou s condition to Vernons pavements consisted of Eleventh District, held at have returned to Mt. Vernon feature adds nothing to cost. Besides this April 6th. and 7th, was and not expected to live- but a from points in Virginia West Virmake their home and we heartily two short runs of brick, planks and North Carolina, en Mrs, J. J. McCall. of ginia every suit is guaranteed absolutely pure welcome their return. in a few places and flat slabs of the best convention of the kind short time ' Maretburg, was the guest of her abling them to enjov a good road Bar that I have ever attended, and I Nat Sewell passed up to Lon limestone in two places. wooL . , either north or south. By this daughters, Mrs. J. J. Albright, don Wednesday. He made a rooms were in existence. Traces shall give a narrative review of and Mrs. B. R. Wilmott, first of route mortorists from the sections are showing a big line of 2500 mile trip trom the west to get of the old Proctor horse mill the Convention at the . morning week.--J- . W. Kincer, of Ashland named also will be able to reach back to Laurel to work and vote were lett, about where Tom Proc-- x service at 11 a. m. The Christian Endeavor, will was here first of week. Attys. the Lincoln Highway via Louistors residence is now located. for bond issue. South L. W. Bethurum and E. R. Gen ville, Indianapolis and I Misses Sallye 'Reynolds, Amy ! One telegraph wire answered all meet at "6:30 p. m. will be the- try were in town Wednesday Bend. Phoen ix Collars, Cheney Silk Three trains a day. monthly Union Service with the Proctor, Blanche Crawford and purposes. representing Geo. Brummett and The Boone way is a splendid Silk Hose, Swann Bates and Myrtle Bryant, who are attending On-- i passenger each way and one congregation of the Presbyterian J T. Lawrence in a suit, Mr. illustration of what small comfreight that went down one day congregation meeting with them. school at E. K. S. N. spent Easter Brand Shoes in all new Spring Styles and For the Prayer meeting service Lawrence having sued Mr. Brum- munities can do if they will only with homefolks here and return- and back the next. on next Wednesday evening, we mett for a $2,40 store account put their shoulders to the wheel. Dads Colors for all young fellows ed to school, Wednesday. BOONE WAY PLANNED. shall use the 16th chapter ot judgment going in favor of Brum- This great project, which is Winchester, Ky., April-7- . Mrs. C. H. White and little Matthew as a study. ' Wc Stand By What You Buy " mett. Mrs. J. M. Coffey who costing millions, was started and H. T. Young, daughter, are with her parents, The Hon. John E. Garner, secrecently sold out and moved to put through "by the Commercial Minister. Adams. retary of the Winchester DevelopRome Mr. and Mrs. Illinois, is again back in Rock- Club of the little town of Mt. Mrs. White will be here for ment Association has written to Mt. Vernon, Ky. castle. B. C. Anderson, of Gar- Vernon, Ky., whose population is several weeks or during the tha commercial bodies and fiscal Editor of the Signal: rard county, attended the Direct- scarcely 15oo today. The citierection of the residence which courts of all interested places, in I understand that some of our ors meeting" of the Citizens Bank zens there organized, on the 9th. Mr. White is having built on lot eluding Cincinnati, Covington, citizens who were opposed to the Thursday evening of last week, of January 1913, what was Knoxvilleand intermediate points Bond Issue are making great aud looking after other interests anown as next to Mr. Adams'. the "BOONE WAY to meet here at 2 o'clock on April effort to nulify the election or J.EAD1HOJ while here. Miss Lena McCall BOOSTER BAND," with am es LOCAL 15, for the purpose of laying plans retard the issue of the bonds. It was down from Maretsburg first Marec, ineir original booster as WE LEA- -f Sk Don't buy your Spring Outfit for a road across the State by is surprising to me that after it of the week. W. H . Anderson secretary; everybody there "jined ? way ot Boonesboro, to be known has been shown beyond a reason- and Miss Rae until you have seen Fish's line. Hunt were united the gang," and went all over as the "Boone Way".- - -- Louisville able doubt that our people want in marriage by the Rev. John M. Kentucky 'and adjoining states Fish's 15 Special Spring Suits Post. "Now see what you went this bond issue to be carried out Macmillan, at the Langdon Me- - south, east and north east, to are the best values in America. and done.'' You illiterate mounand the work started on the moriai, in Mt. Vernon at 3:30 p. boost the improvement of the Silk Hosiery lor everybody, 25c taineers have foolishly worked roads as soon as possible that we m. Thursday.. The groom is a old Wilderness Road or Booues to $1 a pair, including the famous for past three years to establish should have some of our citizens son ot Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Trail. That they made enough Write at once to this Bureau for literature descriptive of the a highway from Cumberland Gap of means attempt to hinder this Anderson, who are now living in Phoenix Silks, at Fish's. noise to be heard is evident from International Exposition, which opened great Panama-Pacifi- c to Crab Orchard and then to be work. To hinder is plainly all Maj. P. P. Johnson has been Garrard County, and the bride the results obtained. The road is in Sanfrancisco on Peb. 20 and the great Panama-Californi- a routed over the Kentucky system that they can do and they should is a daughter of P. Y. Hunt, of elected President of the Confederbeing built, and to little old Mt. Exposition now open at San Diego. to Louisville, and stand aside now or give a hand to Maretburg. Mr. Anderson is a Vernon, Ky., belongs the credit ate Veterans' Association of of turnpikes This Berea u is prepared to "supply complete information in hava had counties along tho route get the work started so as to splendid young man and amng Kentucky. Instead ot engaging in wordy conregard to rail road rates, hotel accommodations, interesting side to vote a million dollars to relieve some of who the county's best farmers and has controversies about things, Mt. trips and reliable, authentic, unbiased information about any Fox Fertilizer for sale and struct or reconstruct highways are so badly needing the work. many friends here. Miss Hunt Vernon simply went "at it; and German millet seed worth between these points; and here There are women and children in section of the great Pacific Coast country. nice who has attended school at Mt. now the Boone Way is on the Call on or steps in Winchester Send us twenty cents in stamps and we will send yon book at the this county now suffering for Vernon several years, Si. 50 per bushel. is a beauti- way". W. B. SiGMAN. describing the Panama Pacific International .Exposition, book write. (and fifty nine food and clothing that would be ful eleventh hour and accomplished young lady. Boone Way will run from Wildie, Ky. describing the Panama CaliforniaExposition, a map ofjCalifor-ni- a Apr. 9, tt. minutes beyond) asking the uni relieved by starting this, work at The groom. is 27. And the bride Cumberland Gap to Louisville and a sample copy of SUNSET . MAGAZINE, the great FOR Sale: I desire to sell verse to step in and be used as once. Are triese men "fighting 2 1 years old. We join their many over route via Mt Vernon, StanPacific Coast national magazine, coutaininig. beautiful pictures any or all of my five residences cats paws to pull from the fire the against this bond issue willing to friends in. wishing th5tn a happy Harrodsburg, ford, Danville, of the Expositions. The regular price of the magazine is twenhard eared chesnuts, at the be- answer the people for this delay? and also my store house m and successful wedded life. Miss Lawrenceburg and Shelbyville, or ty .cents per copy. Address Livingston, Ky.- - Will sell worth hest of Winchester, from the Can they sleep at night when they Tempest .Ward, of Livingston, diverted at Danville, via Nicholas-villappears a remember that there are little ones mouitaineers. It the money. SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, and Frank Ward of Junction City Lexington and Frankfort, few individuals of Winchester have suffering from whom they are were Mrs. E. L. Cockreix, with home folks Sunday. the burial place of Boone. Lin Sa n Francisco, California. taken a Rip Vanwinkle snooze and with holding the labor that would Livingston, Ky. W. M. Bullock, the big Hans coln and Boyle counties have it would be too painful to advise give them food and comfort. It ford merchant, was here on busialready taken action and have mind the musical and them that Boone Way has been is an easy matter to run up and ness Wednesday. Keep in appropriated funds to make industrious man MENS MEETING AT PRESBY-wh- o WANTEo:-- An recital at Presbyterian church named and located for more than down the earth howling about TER'IAN CHURCH, can earn $160 per month next Tuesday evening by Rev. two years and will be constructed some "body being a robber, it is a Jacob Elder bought a farm from proper improvements on their routed as originally planned. serious charge to answer for when Dr. W. E. Gravely for ' $9oo.oo. good highways so as to come up and expenses retailing our Pro- and Mrs. George Watson and Ruv and The Mens "meeting will bein at Rev. AaVJv Pike filled his ap- to the desired conditions deserv ducts to farmers. Winchester is a splendid push- vou are denying the labor of this Must have f,30 p.'m To Mt. Vernon people Michael. at neither of the trio needs any intro- ing business city and full of enter- - county 'a chance to earn its sup- pointment Scaffold' Cane Satur- ing the official designation of some mems for starting expenses Chairman Mr. John Brown, day and Sunday, preached at the Boone Way. This highway will and furnish bond signed .by 2. Speakers Mr. R. A. Sparks, duction and if you miss Tuesday prize but we must say there are port. That is exactly what the . . . .. VW you will two or three citizens tor whom it opponents "of the bond issue "are Brodhead Baptist Church Sundiy be the mortorists and tourists responsible men. evenings entertiinment Address. ,v,W to doing and what they wjll have to evening, was called to Kirksville route into and thru the Cumber- T .," lost one of the best of the is flattery to RAWLEIGR COMPANY, have Monday to preach the funeral of land Mountains to the south Remember next Tues- - acknowledge that they know the answer lor nere unayaiso 10 xneir Freeport, IU., giving age,, ocenpa Discussion Invited. 'seasonMrs.' Thomas Cotton.' returning east. . war is over. veryooov-- welcome. 1 creator.'" Sparks'. .day evening. . . turn and references. W. J. is I StSr 1 I I 111 I ' X Iw "BROJIHEAD : Everything new in low cut shoes for men, women and children at " ': Fish's. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mattingly of Cincinnati, were guests ot Mrs. J. S. Rowe, merchant of the Hansford section, has installed a Maud Sprdule a few days last week. L. B. Hilton, of Stanford, telephone. was here Thursday of last week. Born to the wife of J. B. Noe on We undrstand that J. H. Ward the 8th a girl. Mother and babe sold his farm of seventy acres for doing nicely. $1700. This is the remainder of Rome Adams and son. Casper, the old J. H. Jarrett farm, he havbegan the foundation for C. H. ing sold the remainder of the White's residence Tuesday. farm to W. M. French some time Rev. and Mrs. William Byers ago for $3300. This sale was to a are rejoicing over the arrival of gentleman from Ottenheim, Lintheir first born, a girl, Charlotte coln county. Eddie Heron, who n 1 Monday night, and held funeral servicea'at' the Methodist church Tuesday afternoon over the remains k Richard Robins. We underssand that he will begin a series ol"' meeting at the Baptist church nsxt Monday evening, and e will be assisted by the Beagle, ol Lancaster. The challenge sent out by the Brod head Base Ball Team that any team really wanting a good wholloping should notify Arthur Anderson or J. L. Pilkenton was accepted by the Sparks Quarrv team, and bats were crossed here last Saturday, but the team got the wholloping at a tune of 6 to 1 and the following was handed the writer by the manager of the home team. The feature of the game was the pitching of Drew for Sparks Quarry, and Watson for Brodhead, who diet not allow a safe hit in three innings and struck out seven players." The score Brodhead 000010000 Rev-Jess- 4 V. UtWTORA-CniCAe- O A o, Hunt-Anderso- ac-oun- it. II TUIW PRE" springing" a W;surprises these springlot of days - notably the smart suits that are leading the style showing here new models fresh from the hands of Americas most designers. And "get this" particularly' you needn't tax your pockeffoooK for an extra dollar over your usual ex penditure, because these are Ham-D:rito- n Soecia We rap kj 'S S17 suits $20 f - Mid-dlesbo- ro - ARROW SHIRTS Ties, Hats, andtheir Arrow Star H8 FOLLOW Free Literature Describing the Great CaliforniaExposition tbo-familie- s 1 e, i -- their-intelligen- - sfeAESS .,' hf,f, w J, W ." ftyywwyr v.r- - . i pjrww - HVirn'mMii"ii'imiiri utuMiiBiafmmma ? M m C JTRs. , i I Tn Worth You can't prevent an attack of Rheumatism from coating ou. but you can stop it ultnosj immediately Fully Sloan's Liniment gently applied to the ..ore joint or muscle petie trates in a few .minutes to the in flamed spot that causes the pain. Finest Time-Piein Kentucky It hoothes the hot, tender, swu.lm Result of Famous feeling, and in'.u verv snort time brings a relief that is almost un Medicine ce RHEUMATISM YIELDS;. QUICKLY Sr.niN'c.w-v v Watch LEVEL UUEEN. E. Somerset M. $3,000 Burton Jr., was in from Saturday until Mr. aDd Tuesday. Mrs. F. E. Children Cry for Fletcher's 1 The Allen 34 When you pay $895 for an Allen 34 you get $895 worth of car. You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. We buiH integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization is and permanent. We are in stron? Price, $895 Study tliese facts The Allen 34 has an Allen 37 horsepower en-pi- ! be'.ieveable uiitil you experienn it. Get a bottle of Sloan's Litii mefit or 25c. of any Druggist and Louisville. April 9th. Avery have it in the against Cuius, Sore handsome watch is now on ex and Swollen .Joints, Lumbago, m h the automobile business to stay. Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving die greatest possible value for the price we get. If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, handsome car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the Allen 3t, 5 passenger touring carat SS95, is the complete answer to your requirements. floating axle, mohair top and leather upholstery, Warnertransmission and steering pear, left-haexpanddrive, ing brakes, 110 -- inch vrheclbase, demountable rims, aluminum crank case and aluminum transmission case, full equipment of electric tights and electric starter. The weight of the car is 2300 lbs., which, with the power of the motor insures 12-in- Weston Mott -- economy of operation. We boild five other models, three roadster and two tourinK uan. renting in price from SS75 to S1395. Factory Representatives for Southern ginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. East Ninth Cincinnati, Ohio Kenton Motors Co. 21adjacent WestStreet Ohio, Vir- In style, finish, poiver, economy of operation, equipment, serviceablt qualities and price, Alltn cars take the lead a Dealers: Write or wire for agency proposition vtt IBpttl Jv v 3&&3&y$ & yF$&&X&&X9 GRANVILLE OWENS S UNDERTAKER I S I i Brodhead Ky - COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail. Telegraph or Tele- L' r 2S phone orders Promptly Filled rr&r$fc"c& ,,o$ZP "VI -- bbfo S$ "THE GREAT FAMILY GROUP which consists of these three n to magozin es all one full year. Value of magazines alone, Sl.OO. ATfiv Also any one McCall I rfMw Pattern FREE well-know- MTALLS MACHINE People's Popular Monthly PdI.shed H(iAIr-2- Sca Vur) y X 21 bis paces of Ideal borne We jwsosof thrilling stories reading. Lots of stories clean. and timely articles fore very-dapeiple Special wholesome and In- departmentsTue Wlrlmr-- by noted Helping Hind Ux authors; lino Edi (PuUUlcd McniMj-- 50c a Year) cliance. Woman's torials. Needle Wardrobe. lloys The Fashion Atitlionly of more women than any other work, aud special with its features to enterand Girls, and magazine. A tenuiiie help t Home r. many practical departments Country Life. tain all the family. lighten IIouehulil cries. Cookinr. ftc.-tl- i.it ami sae Illustrates latest McCall A Whole Year's housework celebrated,mono.tyle. fit, Mmplieitv and The Best Home Patterns, for l IClnl.roMery Uelishtful Read ins for the eooiiomy. maUe MijCAI.Is, loved ami more Paper and 36 stones, that than Magazines ii Whole Family :: :: if I l HOME LIFE (Pu!Mid MontUr 25c a Yur) McC ALL'S MAGAZINE l)ii AlsoW-siiitifti- one million, two hundred thousand homes. Mil.:soriber l l ii B" 'I! sv VTr ft Ewll " !J-- - 7171 iHstal card leauest UiirtM. -- llii"Kanraiu" rn.iv choose fmm nf frcmtofGnat "Hi orMiC'all Dress ratteniK. rnl P her first pnr Itv iUf fvalne tlrt-o- t 10 The McCa.ll Co. New York'. liwu uiii1j(msiii 1. This unusual money saving offer open to old and new subscribers Act Promptly Write or Call at This Office It's Too Good to Miss N I )ji . J V. J.JC i W? C? F tm S j,en( j & T3 Joifins furnisliedji ? m w XC'UZM '.& rj f ''- .-- ' " Our line of Couch Caskets!;! is u nexcellil Plaud-matl- e Mli All ' iiearse f. to all i)arts oilth in. ''''re-- ; the County. 1 orders by Wire Promptly Filled w. Phoue 04-- S a. eoxfi MT. VERNTOJT, KV. Nothing So Good Cor.D. When yoii have a cold you want the best medicine obtainable u as with the lra-- L to get rid.-of.-it possible-4elay- or For a Cough . There are many consider who Chamberlain's Cough remedy unsurpassed. Mrs J. Boroff. Elida, Ohio, says, "Ever since my daughter Ruth was cured of a vpre cold and couch by ChamLerlain's Cough Remedy two years ago, I have felt kindly-disposed s "i 1 .- -,. as '''j5.'iJLy-rrj- a .,i t.m ii fh the manu facturers of that preparation. I know of nothing so quick to relieve a cough or cure a cold." u.vvard For sale by All Daalers. 'VlDEALER in Marbles an Manufacturer of an,. BETHURUM & LEWIS Granite Attorneys at Law Offices in Bethurum. Blder. Will practice in all the Courts. Monuments of all kinds. Estimates furnished on application. GEO. OWENS Pro'pr. Pone- 112 - hibition in this city. Sciatica and like ailments. Your The watch which is the property money back if not satisfied, but it of L. T. Cooper, the noted does give almost instant relief. Man" is valued at 'Tanlac $3,5ooo, maybe a little more HOPEWELL Forty-seveflawless cut diamonds Mrs. Matilda Arnold aud chilare imbedded in its gold case dren, of Mt. Vernon, spent Sat not to mention its equiprae nt ot urday and Sunday with Mis pigeon-blooruby iewels. ThU Mary Arnold, of this place. time-peacis exquisitely baautiful Rev. Carmical filled his appoint with ornamentation embellished ment at Sinking Valley, Saturday ot loreign workmanshio and cou and Sunday. Mrs Alfred Batnts taius the finest Sw;ss movements is numbered with the sick. Jas. is really worth seeing. Arnold sold a mare to Wm. It According to Mr. Cooper, the Sowder for 120. watwh came into his possossion Mrs. William Nicely spent Sun through the merits of Tanlac day with Mrs. James Nicelv. It happened, so he bays, about Miss Hattie aud Master Homei this way: Carmical spent from Friday untlJ In one of the large citic Sunday with their grandmothers visited by Mr. Cooper some time and cousins, Miss Mabelle and ago, the young son of a wealth) Master Roy Cummins, at Mt. jeweler suffered from a complaint Vernon. It seems that Spring which had battled physicians of has opened up at last and every the city and Eastern specialists body is busy putting out their The boy was anaemic, listless and gardens and getting ready to plant not at all playful and as lively corn. dev. Clifford will fill hi otner little lellows of his own appointment at Hopewell, Satur age. The parent said that tin day and Sunday. child's appetite was irregular, at time ravenous and that he was ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT extremely nervous and complained COURT. Peoples Bank, Plaintiff of a twitching sensation most of the time. Itching at the nose VS. NOTICE. and dizziness were other sym Lucy E. Mullins, A . of by the jeweler T. D. Mullins, deed.. Deiendant tons enumerated me." said Mr "He asked All creditors of the estate of T. Cooper, (It I thought Tanlac D. Mullins, deed., are hereby would help his child In repiy I notified to present their claims slated that he could test the mediigainst same properly ptoven, becine on its own merits. The fore me on or before the i9th. was he bought Tanlac foi day of April, 19I5, I will sit at his son the office of Bethuium it Lewis, 'Thinking nothing particularly in the town of Mt. Vernon, Kenof the incidents, I was a lutli tucky, to receive and register surprised a few months later U 3EWARE OF OINTMENTS such claims and proof; and will icceive a letter from h" jeweler FOR CATARRH THAT continue my sittings until sia'ing that Amine had relievei CONTAIN MERCURY through. hi-- , son, who was now rosy am Jetcury will urely destroy lh G. S. Griffin, riiiiniiu about iiice the rest o .jnse of smell and completely M. C R. C. C. the bos and asking me if 1 erane the who I ; system whei ntering it through the mucou-surfacewould acctpt a sm iii token of Farmers and others who live Stiih articles distance from a drug st r i lan.verel hi iever be used except onsnouk pre should keep in the house a bo ,tl letter, him that while J enptions from reputable phy of BALLARD'S SN";W LI 'I MENT. It may be needed at would appreciate his gift, the sicians, as the da nage they will any time for cuts, wouuds, sor.'s fact that Tanlac had accomplish Jo is ten fold to t te good you sprains or rheumatism. It i the right lesults in his child's an possibly derive from them powerful healing and penetrati i case was sufficiently gratifying Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured Price 25c, 5OC, au d to me Shortly afterward, thit by F. J. Cheney & Co., Tolt-d1 00 per bjttle Sold by Johu beautiful watch came. You can Ohio., contrins no mercury, an s taken internally, acting directl. .obins, Brodhead, K". To me upon the blood and mucous sur imagine my surprise. this j;ift is invaluable, because it faces of the system. Iu buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you bears a double meaning." It is take . The famous medicine, Tanlac, get the genuine. FOR TOWN TAXES internally and made in Toledo can now be bought in Mt. Ver- Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co C. Davis's drug Testimonials free. On the 14th, day ot Aoril 1915 non at Chas. and can also be obtained in Sold by druggists. Price j:c. etween the hours of 9 o'clock a. store Livingston at the Central Drug per bottle. Take Hall's Family . and 2 o'clock p m. I will sell Pills for constipatio . Co's Store. front of Citizens Bank in irodhead Ky., the following THE KIOKE.. A Sluggish .Liver JNeeds property for town taxes due town You see the kicker Attention. )f Brodhead for year i9i4. Go 'round on a grouch, Lst your Liver get torpid and His forehead in frowns Linda A. Benton farm land tax and cost $5.55 you are in for a spell of misery. jaws like a pouch, Everybody gets an attack now HeHis George Fagle two lots on speaks of progress and then. Thousands of people 1.8O St., tax and cost With the of slang, keep the r Livers active and Lillie Miller one house ana lot healthy 05 using Dr. King's New And is ready to give n Main St , tax and cost Every movement a bang. 2.85 JLiifa Pills. Fine for the stomach, Stop the Dizziness, Con- Whenever you meet him James Burk one lot on Albright too. stipation, B'licusness and IndiSt., tax and cost 1 64 You are su.e to know, gestion. Clear the blood. Ono George Frith two lots in Henry For he kicks with his tongue 25c. at your Oruggists. 1.8O addition tax and cost Instead of his toe. W. A. Tyree, ever you meet McFarland Memorial Wherewill never smile, him Marshal. He Stomach Trouble Cured Presbyterian Church The science of kicking Mrs. H. G. Cleveland, Arnold, He studies all the while; The following services will Pa., writes, "For some time I Speak to him pleasant suffered from stomach trouble begin Sunday. He will grunt, he will groan. I would have sour stomach and Sabbath School 9:45 a. m. feel bloated after eating Nothing Morning preaching Service 1 1 a. m That proves he belongs To the kickers war zone. benefited me until I got Chamber- Mens Meeting 2:30 p. m lain's Tablets. After taking two C. E. Society 6:30 p. m. Remember the kicker bottles of them I was cured." Pronounces his woe Union Meeting 7:30 p. m, For sale by All Dealers. Subject for the morning sermon With bis kicking tongue Iustead of hi tie. "Characteristics of a True Church Subject for the night sermon "Fighting the Allies" Rev. J. M. Macmillian will ; I have a lull line of high For Infants and Children, preach both sermons, assisted by grade held seeds which J Rev. ioung at the night servict. The Kind You Have Always Bought am offering at very atWednesday night prayer meeting, Bears the If intertractive prices. will be conducted by Miss McCord Signature of ested ask for samples aud owing to Mr. Macraillan attend prices . ing the meeting of Transylvania Presbjtery, at Lebanon. W. WHOOPING COUGH. LEXINGTON, ui. Rev. J. M. Macmillan. knows the effect of Pine Forests on Coughs. Dr. A prudent mother is always on y is a remedy the watch for symptoms of worms Bell's Pine which brings quick relief for in her children. Prleness, lack of SV- 1a interest in play and peevishness Whoofiing 'lough, losens ot the Conover signal for WHITE'S mucous, soothes the lining the is the CREAM VERMIFUGE. A few throat and lungs and makes the doses of this excellent remedy coughing spells less severe. A MT. VERNON, KY, puts an end to the worms and family with growing children ' Fron tRooms over Baker's Store the child soon acts naturally. should not be without it. Keep it Phone 49-Sold by handy for all Coughs and Colds. Price 25c per bottle. 25c. at your Druggist. John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. n d e e re-su- it Mullins, of Withers, spent Easter with Mrs. M. E Price. Mis? Hallie Sowder, of Etna, is visiting her father here. Mrs. Mary Brousrhton has returned to her home at Elihu after a pleasant visit. Mr. and Mr. W. M. Hurst, Mr. aud Mrs. S. J. McWilliams, of Bandy, spent Sunday with Mr. iind Mrs. J. L. Hasty. A. F. Lawrence and son, Tom, were in Brodhead Saturday Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Isaacs and children, of Bee Lick spent Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. M. E. Price. Mr. J. P. Mullins is very sick a: this wiiting and his recovery it doubtful. Bud Stringer was down from Bee Lick last Week assisting R. H. Brown in his black-smi- ti shop. Miss Daisy Thorn is wl o has been suffering for the oast two weeks with a sprained ankle is able to be out again. Dr. G. B. Liwrence was in Mt. Vernoi: Monday on business. Mrs. Geo and childreu. of Walnui v3 rove, spent last Saturday witl hvij sister, Mrs. Wm. Hurst. -Mesdames T. V. Ferrel and Mos-- t Singletou, of Somerset, attender he burial ot Hubert Broles, al Bur.iett s Chappel last Sunda. Mrs. Mary Hurley nas been very sick of pneumonia fever. Mr. Wm. H. Brown spent Monday with his daughter, Mrs. Eugene McWilliams. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Nicely and Mrs. Ellen Brown ate Easter dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones. Mr. Hubert Broyles died Satur- lay afternoon after a few days He was illness of pneumonia. he ouly son of Mr and Mrs. G. B. Broyles, of near Plato. He was just in the bloom of youth ibout 23 yrs, old, he leaves a .oung wife aud two small hildren, a lather, mother and tie sister, his remains were laid rest in the Chapel cemetry unday afternor n. The Kind You Have Always Bonglit, and vliich has been in use for over SO years, lias borne the signature of and has been made under his per- Slpa -- SfTrf-fJL. sonal supervision since its infancy, ccccyuM Allow no one to deceive you in this. are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment -- fuzfr Just-as-goo- d" Castoria 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 Fcvcrishness- - For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Ifc regulates the Stomach and Bowels, Diarrhoea. assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Oil, is a harmless Pare- GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMt'AM'V NgWVOWKCITV. WH3N YOU WANT Genera! Merchandise Farm Implements SCO TOI JONAS McKENZIE T HJ e L& 'Va i:a L s s. wmmmmmsmKat2asx2aas222i 1 g Chas. C. Davis Mt.jVernon, Ky. . 11 o TAX SALE rugs We are determined to give our patrons better servics this Oi r year t lan any before motto is H improve on everything every minute r Anybody will show you where we are. 1 Al-rig- Yours respectfully, CHAS- QhoneNo: 39 G DAVIS $) d) (D SB flU 35 H5 35 M m cm m SS It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience wit i Cardt::, the woman's tonic. She says further: "liefore I bejan to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly role to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon Field Seed CASTORIA as well as run a big water gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, mill. I wish every suffering woman would give Bush Nelson && Well-everyo- 3y3lr PH Dentist S, ne a trial. CARDUI tonic The Woman's I Tar-Hone- and it always does me good." still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, fired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman-S- y trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's ionic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui lor your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Gefa Bottle Today! M jraasEj;