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Mount Vernon signal: April 16, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915041601_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: April 16, 1915 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' v:;.v i Pubished Every Friday VOLUME XXVIII. pilplllll MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE ! Established 1887 APR. 16, 1915 BRODHEAD . COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY NUMBER 27 Dr. W. F. Carter was in Louisville and Shelby ville first of the Why not get your 0 Whoso Interests Are First and Foremost With Ui A. M. Steinberg, who is located at Stanford, and his office with Dr. St G. G. Perry there, has been here Recognizing the fact our customers, for ebout two weeks. Dr. Stein berg is an Eve Specialist, and has only require, insist upon the fitted a number of glasses during his stay here, and has demonstratbest service and absolute safetv. and be fitted properly in a ready-mad- e ed beyond all doubt that he is We would sanction no transaction which dkl not, in master of his profession, making you would not have made to order every way, make for the best Interests of our CU5- a iriend out of every tomers . patient. for the mere sake of spending a few extra Born to the wife of Harrison Anything not to von I liking is far from our Wbodall last week a fine baby would show know dollars desire. Let ns v it vou a start- - nut J vonr girl. The secretary of the Brod- ieet on tne road to safety,, com tort and proshead Fair Association has just poor judgment when there's no particular perity. It's an easy road to travel once you closed a contract with F. Fran have started . cisco, the famous Hotel man, to advantage to be gained serve regular meals and lunches at the coming fair. Uncle Fullen has the reputation of being the bes hotel man in thecoun ry, and The Bank that take s care of it's Customers ' with his experience in the past, of clothes? same principal to the buying and the universal satisfaction given heretofore we feel that this will be a great drawing card for the fair. Regular meals will be served at 25 cents, and that means are ready for service and you can a square meal too. Mr and Mrs. fits your form Eugene Gentry are rejoioing over quickly find the one the arrival of a baby girl. J. dewaiting no and fancy Thos. Cherry and B. G. Holdman Just dipping a brush into a can of were here from Crab Orchard Hanna's Green Seal Paint proves its lay no guessing how your suit will Wednesday. Mr. Cherry is havquality. The very feel of it tells ing some repairing done on the you its good paint. look when you on you can see property occupied by A. T. Furnish, also the building formerly and try before you buy used as postoffice. J. W. Tate was in Louisville this week on business - Born to the wife of Crten Lovings a lew days ago a baby boy Mr. and Mrs. John Robins, and little daughter, Mil dred, and Mr. and Mrs. F. L gives a beautiful, durable finish that Durham, of Mt. Vernon, were the shuts out decay and ugliness, and it guests of Mrs. Mollie Durham WEARS. Specified by Master-Painte- rs and family at Sparks Quarry SunSa years. for twenty-fiv- e day between trains. The Otten-hieForty-nin- e tints and shades. gentleman who contracted with J . H. Ward for his farm of TlijT about seventy acres, and for which he was to pay $1,000.00, failed to show up. We have been unable to learn why foe failed to Ready-for-Servic- e comply wHh js COntr-a.ot- , but we are pure that he wtfl not be able to get another bargain like this one For Sale by near here. The Brodhead Base Ball team got another good wol- AII-wo- J B. loping at the hands of the Sparks Quarry teamj at Mt. Vernon, last fSMM Vernon, Kentucky Saturday. Wo have been unable to get the score, but are quite sure the game was not a close one. Kentucky Vernon, Arch Albright has about com- who has been very sick fo r some Program, Livingston B.Y.P.U. pleted his residency in. the Henry time, is gradually growing worse. At last after ono of the worst Adduiofl, and wlU move to it soon. i u winters in the annals of history, 'I W. B,. Barnes, will soon erect a April 18th. i915. , glt-! " nice residence on North Main spring has made its appearance Doctrinal Meeting- -- Can a Man be and once again the sun is darting ,saved with0ut Utirist? street, its sultry beams earthward. The 7 ,0 president in charee BEWARE OF OINTMENTS trees are putting on their spring Song FOR CATARRH THAT clothing, old mother earth is again IB m Prayer CONTAINb MERCURY wearing a green dress, the beautiReport of Membership Com. Mercury will urely destroy th ful flowers are comiug back to 6.40 Review on B. R. C. sense of smell and completely hie and blossoms are bursting 6.50 Leader of meeting in charge derange the whole system when forth with their sweet fragrance, Song "Jesus Saves." entering it through the mucous birds are warbling forth their Prayer Su2h articles should surfaces. all Be both willing and able beautiful songs and all nature Song "Saved By Grace." State Board of Health has designated never be used except on pre- seems to smile in grandeur. the scriptions from reputable phyScripture Reading Rom. 3:9-2- 0 times to extend you such accomApril 16th and 17th. as Clean Up Days, and sicians, as the damage they will It is reported that the Livingston Responsive by Group. ao is ten tola to the good you Lumber Co. will' erect another Introduction By Leader. modations as your business jusappeals to ever section of the State to join can possibly derive from them saw mill at this place. Fred To be Saved without Christ we Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured Printy, who made regular trips to of your tifies. the exp erience must be Perfect By Mrs. Abe in beautifying their by V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo get Ohio., contnns no mercury, and our town was here Sunday, but Evans. friend who carries an account he left. busy and have our one of the cleanest in is taken internally, aoting directly looked downheartedJ.when Hughes Judged, by nature and conscience We believe that L. upon the blood and which is seeking the Lillie Seaborn the State. Collect all the refuse of every kind faces cf the system. mucous sur knows the trouble. What do you In buying say, Joe- ?- J.E. Woodall, the hustJudged by the Scripture Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure vou your business. and Gesta Adams in boxes and barrels to off by get the genuine. It is take , ling salesman, of London, was with our merchants Tuesday. No one has done this internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co J. P. E. Drummonds has a very the wagons are furnished by; the the Bessie Owens Testimonials free. severe attack of rheumatism and Special Song By Mr. and Mrs. T. Remember Friday and Saturday, April 16th. Sold by druggists. Price 75c. is suffering a great deal. Rev. IT. Clark, Georgia Amyx, and per bottle. Take Hall's Family Don Q. Smith began a series of " and 17th. Morris Cottongim. Pills for constipation. meetings at the Baptist church, by Flora PenRom. 3: LITINGHTON. Tuesdayj night, assisted by the nington. F. L. THOMPSON, Je., Cashier. regular pastor, D. Edgar Allen. Those who lived before Christ S. E. Pennington, of London, nosition were saved by what He did v J. W. Sams, who has a i was here betwsen trains Tuesday. iu Louisville as dispatcher, moved Chairman of Civic Com. By Reece Ward Dave Griffin, who has been lo- his family to that city Tuesday. work of no effect if Christ's cated at Pineville lor a few years, Miss biuie Parker, ot Mt. Vernon, has returned home after a few men could be saved without Him has moved his family back here Services at Christian Christian Endeavor 6:30 Sub By Mrs. J. P. E. Erummond. and will try his hand at tilliug the days' visit with relatives here. Church for Sunday ject, "One Day in Seven for High Chr. Board of Song 'Saved" earth. Miss Cleo Pennington has J. P. E Drummond was in Mt. est Things." 7.2o Pres. in charge. Monday, on business. Sunday School at 9:45 gone to London, where she will Vernon, Preaching service in the evenReport on Secretary. of our Farmers and others who live at make her future home. Weep Born to tht wife of Irvin Fields, Stomach Trouble Cured. If you are a member ing at 7:3o. Subject, "The DivinAdjourn for preaching service on the nth inst., a fine girl. a distance from a drucntoro not H School, we hope to see you there , perhaps she will re Mrs. H. G. Cleveland, Arnold, " of Mrs, D. H. Owens, Capt. any Sunday ity Labor. g Pa., writes, "For some time I should keep in the housisKfoottle turn at some future date. Died: Mother and babe both doing well. If you are not in The Prayer-meetinstudy for suffered from stomach trouble. of BALLARD'S SNOUlpLNI-MENW H. Coftongim has sold his School, we extend to you an inviIt may be needed at Monday the 12th, .Buck Spivy, an you a welcome. April 2ist will be the seventeenth I would have sour stomach and any time for cuts, wouuds, sores, aged citizen living near town. moving picture show to Garnett tation and insure feel bloated after eating. Nothing (17) chapter of Matthew. Preaching at 1 1 a. m. Subject, It is a He had been in very poor health LFarris. The show will still be benefited me until I got Chamber- sprains or rheumatism. D. K. Rambo, His remains operated here. lain's Tablets. After taking two powerful healing and penetrating for' some time, 'The Efficacy of Prayer." remedy. Price 25c, Oc,. bottles of them I was cured." Monthly Meeting of Official and were laid to rest in the Ward who had the misfortune to get his FOR FLETCHE!?;; T $i oo per bottle Sold by John cemetery to await the call of For sale b'y All Dealers. Board at3p.n1., the leg broken about a wnek ago, is Robins, Brodhead, K". Master. Mrs. I,, Pennington able to be out on crutches. hat made to order? it You and Mrs. Johu Robins were in Crab Orchard last Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. M. G. Fish, of the Hiatt section, were in town shopping Tuesday. Dr. week--M- r. Evgry Transaction in this Bank is for the best Xf a CU not Interest of our i ! JV1SBS You know that you can hat E but just that f A Why not apply the The Bank of Mt Vernon Clothcraft Clothes at $lo to that No $20 THE PROVEN PAINT put it Almost any man can be fitted in Clothcraft Clothes with little or no alternation. We want to prove this to some of you men, who only think, you cannot be fitted in Cloth, Clothes, craft Yes, today, we're ready. Hanna's GpeenSe&lPamt I i m ANNAS NOE CLOlttllll SUTTON & McBEE Mt, Mt, - r- - JkKW!l-;",- - CLEAN UP Your Bank Must at Ask 9 The with them town with We must -- 4 "Peoples", town put betaken Interest On Time Deposits that town. Peoples Bank GET BUSY.. MRS. CLEO W. BROWN. 2i-2- 8 f. l. durham; Town Trustees. -- j - T. cast or Children C?" LlKiin' KunJ N A , -- - . 1 T ?- .- Ini", Sv.t, 4.- - V - " ' . t .A rf . , i- T - f v. . - f V-- .7 . Sit vernon signal! Friday, r Apr. 16. 19 15 , WBR3SZIaraRgBMBr ruB its flea every rrtuuy vy EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR .... ... .. y BAKER'S I 1 $I.OO Advertising rates maae known on application MEMBER OF Great Selling Means Great Buying Great Buying Means Low Buying Low Buying Means Low Prices ITNTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION 7Scffl ANNOUNCEMENTS. Advantages Go To Customers, Who can We Are Authorized to Announce JUDGE B. J. BETHURUM as Judge As & candidate for ot the 28th Judicial District, subject to the action of the Republican party, August primary 1915. 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 A 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 As a candidate for Attorney of the 28th Judicial JDfrtrict, subject to the action of the Republican party, August Primary, 1915. We Are Authorized to Announce W. T. DAVIS Ab a caadidate for Circuit Court Clerk ot Rockcastle County, subject to the , action of the Republican primary Aug- - serve your interests better than this House NOTED FOR VALUES ust 7. 1915. We Are Authorized to Announce T. As Actios T. NICELeY All The New Spring Goods In Kvery Line Are Here and ready FOR YOUR WEtM of Rockcastle County, subject to the of the Republican primary, AngustT, 1915. AND there stands Laurel county with 3 to 1 in favor of good a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk roads bonds. Our people were almost as greatly elated over the. results as were the citizens of Laurel, who voted last Tuesday on the issue, the vote standing as follows: 1901 favoring bonds and 726 against. Our secretary of the Commercial Club, the original road booster and the man who -- PRICES LOWER y Than For Many Years J named Boone Way. was particu larly pleased, as Laurel was the last link in the chain of counties to take a vote to close up the gap ot the proposed highway to Cum- norland Gap. The four counties. Bejl, Knox, Laurel and Rockcas-tJfSl.haT- e voted a bond issue to the mbuni of '$650,000, which is to be ued i the construction of good said counties, includroad ing a tfcrn lija from Cumberland rap to Grab Orchard. Rockcastle If ill have in addition to this thru kuuC a highway from the Pulaski line to the Madison border, at a point near Boone's Gap or a short distancEast thereof. Ihjs road movement is of greatest and most tar reaching and will prove of most benefit to the people of the mountains, tho ijp-th- e We've So Many Lines of Goods and so many kinds of that we'll just be Gol-Darn- ed if we can describe anything undertaken for their benefit for the oast fifty years, and those who have made efforts tt? handicap our people's chances for progress and improvement have not raised themselves in the estimation of thinking and pro gressive citizens, but its to the roversef very much so. them here. 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 - a New Things in Furniture, Carpets, Matting and, in fact, Just Anything You Want. Car-Lo- ad American Fence at SALT For Car- Prices LOAD PRICES -- A REAL HIGHWAY, flFrom LpnisTillc Timea, April 14, 1915 f The "Dixie Highway," through the activities of a group of benevolent assimilators at Chattanooga, through the Governors, through automobile tours participated in by contending cities, through a plentess outpouring of printers 4 ink, has. become one of the best advertised highways in the conn 8 trytAll that ianeeded to make it one, otikz most traveled highways route to be selected and is roadja to be constructed. When the done, it will constitute a that . ' thoroughfare from the Lakes to Th road will start at Louisville There is considerable stir over of the proposed route have de Lexington editors and busi Our good roads secretary is re- will be, yet it is a source of regret , the Gulf. Kentucky is greatly in anH nasc throng thp Riiiflorass on , the location or the proposed claredfor a route across Tennessee ness men are showing much inter ceiving many letters of inquiry that opposition to such a laudable WW .WMK "V .. AlUnMCT IT .Tf y uu. nk.ii w iu uc iuumuK irum tnairanuuus w muauj, wiu- - in tA vnnHnn nt Unnna l'nfi fVil.. irom various counties out in the undertaking as the building of because Kentucky is one the wav to the gap in the moun- "jjixie uignwayIt , wmen is w re t terestpd - that city and Frankfort thence to state, asking for information on toads in Rocecastle, should come of the, SUtesUincluded in its pro- tains at the southeastern corner routed from Chicago to Miama, ton County. Ky., where the matbuiuljiy "uhhc. iuuiwmuiw ic mm tnejudjectof highwaj's and on lrom some of the men gocd mea nuiu posed Uae of march and Louis of the State. It will be a Ken- tfia. rne original iaea was 10 ter now siano-who are waging the fight. In vilie,nd. Lexington are at war for tucky undertaking and a Ken route the line via Indianapolis, takes iction. It has oeen sug- - tne route across tne state win now qnestion oi bond issue eloprlnnQ " 'years to come those men will rewould probably be be thru the following towns and ested that it . the, 'privileges of being traversed tucky institution. There will be Louisville, Nashville, etc. a conContest: The ami road peo gret their acts of today and be the ference of the Governors of the! lUtting oil upon the troubled cities: From Cumberland Gap via no cause for rivalrv between anv by it. .. a contest on. heartiest supporters of the. good h ple are threatening States along the line was Held at a waters by routing the line thru Mt. Vernon, Crab Orchard, Is,thenoisomenessoi the Dixie of Kentucky's cities or sections. roads cause. Danville, Eastern Bryantsville, the bond issue election held in IJigbjway agitators, sight had been The Dixie Highway is a mag- big convention at Chattanooga 6xx at Cumberland Kentucky and out ford, Gap. Frank- - Rockcastle on March 27th. Two WALKING CHARLEY j Nicholas villei Lexington Jpst ot the fact that, a Boone High nificent conception. The Boone April 3rd. They failed to reach a Shelbyville to the Falls attorneys from London, Judge W. 17 TT". This jfine bay stallion 13 hands WY from Louisville to Cumber- Highway is soon to be a splendid conclusion and each Governor stagnation fort aud Out of the mire L. Bruner and L. C. Thompson, Ten-a,two di ontothe highway of progress and City, a distance of 26o miles. and 3 inches iigiM will make the reality. To the men of the moun- was requested to appoint land Gap wri the States of were down last week to investigate season Virginia had been made it possible, rectors each to conler later. Cen a higher civilization. It required of 1915 .at my stable in Mt. tains that have among them, Joseph tral Kentucky is asking that L"ex-r- a big effort but we are getting! Progressive citizens are well but they failed to find any clue or j Vernon, at $7.50 to insure t colt This morning comes the not least the same. satisfied with the result ot the grounds upon which to hie a suit three months ld. Walkinsr Ciiar- ewjkJi.bar Lanrel county, by a Bosworth and James Marct, The ington, Danville etc. be included there just They on the rotate. Cincinnati and Times makes obeisance. and returned home. Tbe good. iey is a fine breeder and shows Tote of 5 to r has declared for the have blcwn ro trumpets, but they Wednesday's issue of Lexing bond election and are pushing forward to aid in making a better .roads people are suffering no an some fine ccifcs. A natural walk issua'trce'; of bonds necessary to have done the work they set out to Chattanooga are also hot footing ton Herald contained a big write easiness as to what the iand greater Rockcastle. after, it. The original promotors ud on Boone Way. horse, WinstejCd. gmplete the last link in the chain. do. Kentucky is their debtor. The Famous 'Fox' Fertilizers! U.-G- L - gH Mt. Vernon's i- -r BAKER PRICE - BflY MAKES I fpre ", -- .J-- - -- 1 -- A - t. ? 1 - s I V i W , Stan-Sout- - d pro-jjpeto- d -- 1 ctling .atss - . " , - A - dX , Ml". VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky. Apr 16 1915 Five .shares of in the Bank of Mi. Vernon. stock S . H. Martin Uncle Johnny Sams, aged about 70 vears. was indeed insane and taken to the asylum at Lexington For Sale;. 1 i ISiiiFli 79 wan. toCommun cats with SIGNAL no Mo. 7Q" wre "79 YOU LIVE a USk WMm Saturday. 22 24 23 21 THE KENTUCKY RURAL D. C. Price has bought of U. G. - CREDIT ASSOCIATION loans Baker, the lot next to Mt. VerWorks, and money to farmers on 20, 30 and non Monumental t Contractors Proctor & McKenzie' 50 years' time at 5 per cent interwill begi-- i at on-'- e om a nice cot- est. These loans are uncallable Louicvillc 4. Nashville R R. Co. and reducible, a small amount in tage for Mr Price. TIME TABLE. addition to the interest being re FOR Sale: I desire to sell quired each year. Whatever ncrtn. 3:50 a m any or all of my five residences amount is paid annually in addit north and also my store house in ion to 11:39 a m the 5 per cent interest will south 12:13 a m Livingston, Ky. Will sell worth be compounded at 3A per cent inSouth 54Pm 1 M Iifs ifift Ntssypi ill i O BLUE I I FISH'S is I I Doruc pigs at rents per puund or are that one can borrow one-hal- f - Louis Miller was in Louisville a total ot $162 33 for the lot. This the value of lauds; the net rate ot looks like it pays to raise good Monday on business. actually 5 per cent and interest is hogs. Mrs. W. G. McBee is spending the borrower knows that he can Franklin AlliThe c&se t the week with her parents in Stannot be called upon to pay the prinson who was charged with forgery ford. cipal except in annual payments, Court, was in the Boyle Gircuit as provided in the contract. He Rev. John M. Macmillian was in dismissed Monday. The fact is may, however, pay any or all of Lebanon, Wednesday, to attend that Mr. Allison was associated Presbytei y. the loan whenever it suits him to with a man who committed the ha? been do so. For illustrations a farmer R. L: Langford who crime and who is now serving a two weeks, borrows 1000.00 on 49 years' very Mck for the t term in the pn, bnt Mr. Allism time, and keep the money for that again. is able to be out himself was not responsible for Mr and Mrs. William Livespy the act. It was not the crime that period of vears, and all that is reof him is to make a payJr. of the Wabd section are re- he committed but the company quired joicing over the arrival of a girl that he was keeping that got him ment of 58oo on each $looo.oo every year. $00.00 of said paybaby. in bad. ment being interest, and $8.00 of Mrs. Elmer Houk, of Barlan, There is some talk of a contest it is applied to the principal and was here over Sunday to see ber on the part of the .mti-roa- d people compounded at 3 per cent interest-parents, Mr. and Mrs. S H. Mar- who are very much displeased over which will pay the principal tin. the result of the bond issue elec- in full in 49 years, the borrower Mr. and Mrs. John Robins and tion in Rockcastle. The goqd has the right to pay off the loan at daughter, were guests of roads people are paying but little any time, however. little Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Durham from attention and are getting ready as On the 29. year plan a farmer is Sunday until Monday. fast as possible to start the work required payJ!7o.oo p&r thousCharles Thompson and David on the roads. An .engineer vill and dollars (looo.oo) each year Craig were with the formers par- be here in a short time to begin for 29 years, at the end of which ents, at Preachersville last Satur- the survey and by June 1st, it is period his mortgage is canceled day night and Sunday. expected that the work .vill be and returned to him. The 2 per Mrs. Win. Poynter was in Grab ready to start. cent ($2o.oo) paid, each year Orchard 6rst of the week to see to the interest of 5 per One of the most enjoyable and Mrs. Al Her programs, cent being applied to the princihighlv appreciated Homes, who is in very poor which tin1 people of Mt. Vernon pal, and will pay the loan in full health. have been priviledged to witness; in 2U years, but if the borrower Rev. and Mrs. George S. Wat- was the recital and musical pro- wishes to pay off his loan at the son, of Booneville. and Rev. gram rendered at the Graded end of lo years he would get credMichel, of Harlan, were visitors School building, Tuesday, bv it lor 242J50 pneacji. Slopo.oo of Tuesday leaving a balance of Itev. and Mrs George Watson principal, in our-toto Lebanon to attend Presbytery. and Rev. Michel, with Miss 057.20 to be paid. Another plan is the 2o year Jamie Thompson will leave Brown, of Langdon School as acThe four are very loan. Under this plan the farmer Sunday for Frankfort to join the companist. Frankfort Base Ball Club of the popular with Mt. Vernon people, is required to make an annual Ohio State League. He isonh and the program rendered was payment of $85. 00 on each $1000.-0- 0 going for a tryout and it is hoped highclass from every standpoint. 50.00 of which is interest and is credited on the principal that he makes good. The boys and young men who 35.00 is which pays the loan iu full in 2o Mr. J. C. Moore, the Jeweler, st od just outside the door at the years. If the loan is paid on the in Mt. Vernon lor a few days. Presbyterian church Sunday 10th year there will be a credit on looking after some business ma- night and talked loud enough to tters He does no know whether he heard all over the building, the principal of 425.93, leaving a he will remain in .Rockcastle 01 should learn before it is too late balance of $074.0?. return to Chicago, as Mrs. Moore's that around the church building Compare this plan with the ordidaughter is very sick and her out during services is not the place to nary practice of borrowing mouey come will decide his action as tc be. Go inside, take your seat and A farmer borrows 1000.00 from a local institution or individual at Jocation. listen to what the preacher has to 8 per cent interest, and pays in say. If you can't do that, then at LOCAL 2o years 1600.00 in interest and home is the place. It would be Something new every day at well for parenss to investigate still owes the $1000.00 making a total of 26oo,oo, while under the Fish's. now and then and know whether Kentucky Rural Credit Association Circuit Court begins Monday, or not the boys are on the inside. plan he borrows $looo.oo and April 26th. At any rate see that they don't makes 2o payments of 80.00 each church door. Buy a Foid because it is a better hang around or a total of $1700.00, which pays On Friday, Satnrday ahd Sun- both principal and interest. This car, not because it is cheaper. Once you weai Fish's 15 Spec- day, May 7th. 8th and 9th, 1915, is a saviug of exactly 9oo.oo. Uhris-iaEndeavor There can be no argument as to ial Suit you will always wear them. the Kentucky Union will hold its annual conven which is best for the farmer. Bates Shoes for men and Star tion in Berea. The meetings will Everv farmer who owns a farm Brand S oes for all, the family at be held at the College Chapel and wishes to improve it, or who s. Some of the very best Christion wishes to buy or sell a farm, or pfrptarv of the Mt. Vernon Endeavor speakers have been se- woo aireaqy nas a mortgage "on Fair is hustling up. "ads" for fair cured, including Earl Lehman, his farm at a high. rate of interest jcata'og. International Field Secretary of should be a member of the Jen? g Christian A large tucky Rural Credit Endeavor. Association lrs. Jonas Brown of the Maret-burwas number of delegates from all over" and' "transfer his loan and get the section died Monday and buried at the Matetburg burying Kentucky are expected. Names benefit of 5 per cent money. In of delegates who desire entertain- - plain language, the Association ground Tuesday. ! ment should be sent to Miss Delia will act as agent for the farmer Round trip to Lexington 2.45 Holliday, Berea, Ky, and go direct to the cheap money April 22 and limited to April 25th. It is better to have died a pauper market, and secure for him money Account of Spring Race Meeting in the Alms house, than to have' on the same terms that railroads. Ken tucky Association . lived and accumulated a little for' and other corporations secure it. A School of Methods under the The principal involved in mak and died with no other heri auspices of the Kentucky Chris- tune taee, than that of selfishness a ing these loans are the principles tian Bible School Association will foe to every laudable undertaking of life insurance, reversed: you be held at the Christian Church John Howard Payne, the man wjjo; pay interest instead .of premiums. in London, April 26 to 30th. wrote "Home Sweet Home" was and enjoy the money while you became the a beggar upon the streets of Lon- live. W. T. Davis, who owner of the store room of his don and never had a home, yet he Among those, who have joined father, Dr, S. C Davis at the time is known to all the civilized world the Association in Rockcastle of the latters death, has torn because of that great song. No Couuty are the following citizens : onttheold front aud .added a matter what our station in life Dr. "Walker Owens, glass front which is a very great may ."be, ouraim should be to do , , . Mt. Vernoni"Ky, improvement. He is also making something to make the world bet- Beth u rum & Lewis, ' " ". numerous improvements- on the, ter because of our having lived jn J. M. Norton, " " inside. it. When guided by, sincere ,, .and Dse Cummins, " ." ' aged about honest motives for the greatest J. B.; Ball, Miss" Maggie Doan. Brodhead, Ky, jtweuty-twdaughter, of Mrs. good, nothing thatthe enemy can W.. R. Anderson, .. .. fAt-v ." t.ujj t,j . Mary Doan and a sister of Harlan say or do will be of lasting in- A J. Sutton. ... .. theyears-tcpme but W. A. .TnVincnn Doan, of the Pongo' sectio'rr'died fluence in ". of tuberculosis attlie upon the other hand, . the great J. H. Wolfe,.. ' guiding forces H. M. Minks, CoDksJourg.'Ky. home of Mrs Josie Perciful of this masses, ruling and 'were Taid to will throw about you the strong Albert Allen, olace. Her remains . HansforLkiKv. rest at tKe.family'burymg ground" arm Of support and commenda-,- Wi M. Bullock, i tion and say unto yoa "well done.J' Herbert Bullock, Sunday, pear Level Green, agf-insp-is- loan whenever paid, the borrower Phone No. 8. Livingston, Ky. having the privilege of paying all Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice ot the loan at any time Daniel G.Bullock of the Hans- or rtny mail matter. as stcond-cias- s ford section, soldD. M. Green by giviug GO days notice. The strong points in favor of Red this week, 12 nine. months-olPEB8 0 K A L borrowing from the Association 7 the money Jas. Landrum, Agent. Mrs. E L. Cockrell, SUITS FOR "The fl fl ml il al iE HI li M " U A wl iB wF - Kk 1P1 if!H Plk Al HiPIS iH - - .- "- tTi - terest and deducted from the Hi prt bcrisJB d Always has been this isa BLUE SERGE SEASON; webelieved it was going to be and laid in BLUE SERGES Blue Serge Store of Mt.Vemon." and is to be this season. "Because : We have BLUE SERGES at $7.5G, $10, $12.50, $J5, ' and up to fit you long slim fellows, you heavy stout fellows and you regular fellows. In fact, any mSriy : young men or older men can find what they want in a BLUE SERGE Suit here and whatever price he pays".', for it, the Style, fit and value must be entirely satisfactory, or we want to know the reason why. Of course, we show lots of colors for spring but FISH'S Blue for this spring ....: grays, tartan checks and othergoo'cf Serges. a;e the best ,i Tit j Sp ring Furnishings TIES SOX as gay as a butterfly blush of a maidens cheek. wing, and others as modest-a-the Every style 25c to $T! "'T? -- Won't you dropln and see for yourself the assortment of these famous cravats ever gathered in one shop? best-looki- grand-daughte- r, that are loud enuf to be heard and others in shades as cV , sober as a judge, silk, cotton, lisle and all kinds, 10 c to 50 Arrow Shirts WEAR We show these P3? Bmoifcft-iaoeed-&ta- !a and Arrow Collars ihi wn NEW" SPRING PATTERNS and STYLES to suit "you if you are 15 or 90.' hi MiiTjrnmiLi.i .. "'- - 'v ' .. THIS SPRING celebrated easy fitting union suits for men and young men in all styles including the sleeveless knee length, with sleeves and long legs, and quarter sleeves with long legs at$l and up. DonftJbt satisfied with just any old thing shown you come here and get comfort I and satisfaction '. uniqn surrey .V Bates Shoes fo TANS $3.50 $4 $4.50 ten BLACKS ii- g te STAR BRAND SHOES for all the Family YOU will find it to your interest to come to this store and look oyer these. new-sprinif you can, and see what clothes and furnishings. Come to.day or to-morrow, n F-sh- is right for spring We Stand By What You Buy " I THE BRIGHT SPOT IN MT. VERNON KENTUCKY WE LEAD-OTHE- J WE PAY PARCEL POST ,? CHARGES ANYWHERE . - i fj Hi hi RS FOLLOW '. i v- .a 'St S - o; -- o . last-Saturda- y . , ".? roads convention at Winchester be Brodhead and Sparks Quar- Thursday where tentative arrangbaseball teams played a game j ments were made for establishing ers lat Saturday afternoon' on the a line of highway, probably to be Fish Field, resulting iu a score of called "Boones Trail" irooi Mt. river on the. 19 to 7 in favor of Sparks Cniarry Vernon to the Ohio team. In the first, second and North. Claims for routing the third innings which was pitched Dixie Highway over this line were by Payne the Brodhead team prepared to be laid before the scored 4 timesj" in the fourth, fifth proper authorities. Full report and sixth innings pitched by Drew next issue. Brodhead scored nothing and in toundtripto Lexington $3.1.5 the seventh, eighth and ninth inniMay 1st and May 5th limited three ng-pitched by Durham they Account Spring Race scored twice On Saturday be- days. Meeting, Kentucky Association fore the same teams crossed bats ...a Kentdckx RuRAn Credit AssocrATiON. on the Brodhead grounds, ending in your spring' ' planting, re jiitt.-'A. fi "r 6 to 1 in favor of Sparks .Quar'rv. member to have the fairs in yiew sale. Call Fox FKRTiLiZER-'foW."".- B.. Sigman. Get it atiEish's and you know its and prepare to contest for some of oriorvwrite.J the many premiums. Wildie, Ky. lApr. 9i tt. rht.. p.-Qent- Sherman Chasteen, Dispctanta, Ky. W. N. Thompson, Maretburg, Ky. Wallace Las well2;" Orlando, Kyt Jas. Proctor, "j, " Spiro, Ky. E. "T. R. Muilins, Withers. Ky, Call on Mr.Jaines A. !foung, Mt. 'Vernon; Ky., who will return and remain In Mt. Vernon during Court week at the end of which time the subscription list will be closed for Rockcastle County. Court" weelc will positively be y.our last chance to become a member of. the' "KenCucky Rural Credit Association. Judge G. Sparks Quarry Base Ball Maret were - Team Doing Good Playing Omer Chesnut1 has areturaed M. Ballard and James delegates to good from.Ricl.mondi- - where .'jb6-.iiabeenattending-- ; School. $03 and Sam Chandler tk Fine ,.. .. Hill School. thisy ear.-;-.- Will-teac- b Miss Mattic Owens and EaTVest" Cummins, bothof the Staple Grove section ot this conntv. war riKfr- H rfJ rled on Thursday evehTng-- , 'Aprff 8tlr. Miss Owens' is the" y'bunggsV daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. C'." Owens.' Mr. Gum'mirisis'asotrbf ..--- w Jim- - Cummins" -- th&MttllfaStatiffa? " Tnerchanf and farmer. - ''- - ." Vi ""... 'K . i zt- - , r FOR TheBest-TheChea- st - - . ii fi- - f?S5IM,y?lW '; 4fiw MOONLIGHT SCHOOL CONTESTS CLOSE. HUNDREDS RUSH The contests between teachers and trustees for the prizes offered A by Kentucky's statesmen for the TO GET best moonlight school were very warm ones many being in close competition for the prizes. The Cooper Besieged With Callers sworn reports of teachers and Who Want Famous letters from adults who had been taught to write showed excellent Medicine results for the sessions of 19 14. You Have Always Bought, and which has been Adair County captured the The Kind for over SO years, has borne the sijrnature o in use Louisville, ana has been made under his grand prize, $50.00 offered by sonal supervision since its infancy. Hundreds are now calling al- Senator Ollie M. James for the Y ccccuC. Allow no one to deceive you in this. most daily to meet L. T. Cooper, best moonlight school in Ken" are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-goWhen you pay $895 for the noted visitor, and to find out tucky. Mrs. W. L. Russell was Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ot Study Infants and Children Experience against Experiment just how his famous medicine, the winnei. an Allen 34 you get facts I'anlac, is sold, how it is prepared S895 worth of car. McCreary and Hardin Counties The Allen 34 has an and what the preparation actually won the $5o.oo prize of Senator Allen 37 horsepower You don't pay a cent for unWeston Mott looks like. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PareJ. M. Camden to the trustee who necessary overhead expense. Moating axle, mohair top goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It upon the rush best promoted In commenting and leather upholstery, the moonlight contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic build integrity into every Allen We Warner transmission and to meet Mr. Cooper and obtain school work. W. P. ohnson, substance. Its aire is its guarantee. It destroys Worms automobile. Our organization is steering gear, his celebrated medicine, the man trustee at Barren Fork, McCreaiy and allays Feverislmess. For more than thirty years it expanddrive, We are in strong and permanent has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, ing brakes, 110 - inch Taylor-Isaac- s store, County, and Rev. A. J. Fry rear, the automobile business to stay. Rheumatic Pains Relieved. ager of the Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething- Troubles and wheelbase, demountable said: rims, aluminum crank of Hardin County tied for the Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, Our purpose is to make every Allen Why suffer from rheumatism case and aluminum transassimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. in upholding our "The success of the opening 01 prize and the Kentucky Illiteracy car do its part mission case, full equipwhen relief may be had at so The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. reputation for giving the greatest the introductory sale of Tanlac ex Commission divided the prize ment of electric lights small a cost? Mrs. dlmer Hatch possible value for the price we get. and electric starter. We have oetween them. Peru, Ind., writes, "I have been ceeded our expectation Mr. Johnson is The weight of the car Is ALWAYS If you have been waiting until you 2300 lbs., which, with the subject to attacks of rheumatism been agreeably sarprised by tbt an old soldier and fought in the GENUINE power of the motor, insures could buy a strong, swift, safe, tor years. Chamberlain's Lini- knowledge the public seems to battle of Gettysburg. He climbed economy of operation. Bears the Signature of handsome car without paying a dolment always relieves me im- have of the preparation. While We build fire other a cliff each evening to be in the its actual worth, the lar more than model,, three roaditers mediately and I take pleasure in and two taurine cart, many came just tojmeet Mr. Coop moonlight school and taught one Allen 3t, passenger touring carat renting in prico from recommending it to others." SS75 to S1395. 895, is the complete answer to i the classes. He is 70 years 01 For sale er and see what the medicine re .1 25 and 5o cent bottles. your requirements. ly looked like, equally as mam age. by All Dealers. Rev. Fryrear has served In style, finish, power, economy of operation, equipment, serviceablt came prepared to obtain the prep 28 years as school trustee, having qualities and price, Allen cars take the leaa RUCKCASTLE CIRCUIT aration. These people simpj. 'he longest term of service of 21 East Ninth Street Cincinnati, Ohio COURT. asked for Tanlac, and the facility any trustee in the State. He is Factory Representatives for Southern Ohio, adjacent West VirPeoples Bank, Plaintiff with which the medicine was dis 7o years of age and a Baptist ginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. Years In Use For Over VS. NOTICE. tributed thruout the day proved minister. He put fourth a THE CKNTAUH COMPANV NCWVOWKCITV. Dealers: Write or wira for agency proposition Lucy E. Mullins, A . of somewhat of a revelationto many heroic effort to make the moonlight T. D. Mullins, deed., Defendant of our older men." school in his district a success. Mr, Cooper said: "I am, in All creditors of the estate of T. Congressman W. J. Field's -D. Mullins, deed., are hereby deed, gratified to see such marked prize of $25.00 for the best moon$& notified to present their claims enthusiasm, and I feel justified in light school in the Ninth District against same properly proven, be- predicting that Tanlac will prow was won by Bath County. This fore me on or before the i9th. just as succestf ul in Louisville as was the most heated of all the day of April, 19I5, I will sit at it has in the larger cities. I do contests, there being some exI I the office of Bethurum & Lewis, not beileve that I am overestimat- cellent schools in Mason, Mont Ky in the town of Mt. Vernon, Ken- ing the success of the medicine gomerv, Rowan and other counties B tucky, to receive and register when I state that I am confident which ran the prize school in such claims and proof; and will that from three to' five thousand Bath a close race. Virgil Jones, my COMPLETE LINE continue sittings until people will call and obtain Tanlac a young teacher, won the honors during this week." through. for Bath. Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mr. Cooper was asked about G. S. Griffin, Congressman J. Campbell Can-tril- l' Mail, Telegraph or Telethe charitable work he intended to M. C. R. C. C. s prize of $25.oo lor the best phone orders Promptly ; perform in Louisville. He repli- moonlight school in the Seventh Filled For stomach and bowel dis- ed: "Yes, it is true that I have District was won by Dudley Can-dilorders of babies MCGEE'S BABY written tne Associated Charities DBCatffoodfc of Powell County. ELIXIR is a remedy of genuine asking that organization to furnish Congressman John W. Lmg merit It acts quickly, is pure, me, as soon as practicable, witl ley's prize of S25. 00 for the best roholdsomeand pleasant 10 take. "THE GREAT FAMILY GROUP addresses of at moonlight school in the Tenth Price 25c and 50c per bottle. the names and which consists of these three Sold by John Robins, Brodhead, least fifty of the most deserving District was n won by W. R. magazin es all one full year. Value of iSSL Ky. O LID pcor families jf your city, whom Thomas, of Floyd County. HIS magazines alone, Sl.OO. I have I propose to aln Attorney General James A. Also any one McCall Pattern FREE written St. o.itph's Orphans Gamett's prize of Slo.oo for the Home, offe.ing certain contribu best moonlight school in Adair 1 FOR TOWN TAXES tiont. I shall communicate with Countv was awarded to Mrs. W. similar institutions within a feu L Russell. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Chas. C. Davis On the 14th, day of Aoril 19 15 Javs with the view of endorsing State Senator J. R. Zimmerbetween the hours of 9 o'clock a. their noble efforts by assisting man's prize of $10.00 for the best ra. and 2 o'clock p. m. I will sell tham in some substantial way. moonlight school in Bullitt People's Popular Monthly ' County in front of Citizens Bank in "Inconlormity with my was awarded to Miss (NMuirf XEttl7-2- 5ci Ytir) (Pobkhtd MootMy 25c a Tor) Brodhead Ky., the following of encouraging the hospi Vlary Dawson. 28 ble paces of thrilling stories 24 big pages of ideal home property for town taxes due towaM tals, I will make special conces and timely articles for e reading. Lots of stories clean. The Baiik-o- f Clarkson's prize rukrtnlA GrtAftlitl wholesome and inf Brodhead for year i9i4. with reference to supplying of $10.00 for tbe best moonlight sions McC ALL'S MAGAZINE spiring by noted Exauthors: fine EdiLinda A. Benton farm land tax such institutions of your city with school in Grayson County was (PaHUM Monti!j-Year) a change, Woman's torials, NeedleWardrobe. Boys The Fashion Authority of more women than any other work, and special and cost $5.55 Tanlac, as I consider the prepar won by A. K. Witten. magazine. A genuine help to housekeepers, with its and Girls, and many practical departments Home Dressmaking?, features to enterGeorge Fagle two lots on AI ation a superior tonic in all cases Country Life. The Kentucky Illiteracy Comtain all the family. Household Discoveries. Cookiny. etc. that lichten and sa e are determined to give 1.8O of convalescence." rightSt., tax and cost A Whole Yur's housework celebrated money. Illustrates latest McCall Th Beit Home Patterns, mission's prizes for tbe best for style. lit. simplicity and Re a dins for the economy. Also Ixmuliful Embroidery and Delightful Paper and 36 Miller one house ana lot Lillie The famous medicine, Tanlac. moonlight school stories were won make JIcCAI.IVS loved in Whole Family Stories, that two hundred thousand homes. more than Magazines :: :: one million, our patrons better servics this in Main St , tax and cost 2.85 can now be bought in Mt. Vernon by the lollowing: first prize, Miss "Hie Four Banrin" mar from SiJJ. f received, thl fr of CD 17 17 wndine?cnber cardone of9ytcelebrated McCall DressNewchoose KKEB her first t5o)f by tbe Pattern-.t James Burk one lot on Albright only at Chas. C. Davis drug store Laura Smyihe, Adair County, request direct to The llct'all r a postal T......i..i vrt ri.im. (value. auu " fclze desired. ' Oa-mottyear any before 1 64 and can also be obtained in Liv- second prize, Miss Maud Bishop St , tax and cost This unuMual money-savin- g offer open to old and new subscribers George Frith two lots in Henry ingston at the Central Drng Cu's. McCreary County; third prize, Act Promptly Write or Call at This Office It's Too Good to Miss is improve on every1.8O store. addition tax and cost 1 Miss Lottie L. Richards, Rowan W. A. Tyree, County. Anybody every minute A prudent mother is always on Marshal. the watch for symptoms of worms Prleness, lack of will show you where we are. I Wanted: An industrious man in tier" children. and peevishness interest in play who can earn $100 per month is the Tor Infants and Children, signal for WHITE'S II and expenses retailing our Pro CREAM VERMIFUGE. A few Tin Kind You Have Always Bought respectfully, ducts to farmers. Must have doses of this excellent remedy Sears the some means for starting expenses puts an end to the worms and Our line of Couch Caskets the child soon acts naturally. Signature of and furnish bond signed by 2 Price jgfc 3J. is tin excelld Sold by 25c per bottle. responsible men. Address W. John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. Hand-mad- e Joffins furnished? QhoneiNo, 39 jsBm."a-T?-Rheumatism Yields Quickly T RAWLEIGH COMPANY, ii ? Hearse enl to all parts ofi Freeport, 111., giving age, occupaTo Sloan's. V1 1 3 r. j tvTTfczctf' ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT tion and references. the County. You can't prevent an attack of 111 COURT Rheumatism from coming on, but Bad breath, bitter taste, dizzi R M. K. Flour Co., Plaintiff you can stop almost immediately All orders by Wire Promptly Filled it uess and a general 'no account" VS. NOTICE Sloan's Liniment gentlyapplied to feeling is a sure sign of a torpid C. G. Bowman, Admr. of the ore joint or muscle penelover HERBINE is themedicine H. W.Bowman, deed., Defendant trates in a few minutes to the in uaedod. It makes the liver active Phone 94-flamed-spo- t MT. YERNON. KV that causes the pain. vitalizes the blood, regulatesthe All creditors of the estate of 2J I J BkkBtBt frVf .ib."t"--mK"??"-"-- : S,,?""' "" -bowels and restores a fine feeling H. W. Bowman," deed., are It soothes the ho, tender, swollen a iitt r "r nfi v r "" w "" fit of energy and cheerfulness. hereby notified to present their feeling, and in a very short time brings a relief that is almost says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton 'Mills, Ky., in Price 50c. Sold by John Robins claims sgainst same, properly until you experience writing of her experience with Caruui, the woman's Brodhead, Ky , Nothing So Good For a Cough proven, before me oa .or before it. Get a bottle of Sloan's Lini- tonic She says further: "Before 1 beyan to use or Coi.d. ana Cardui, my back and head would hurt so b.d, I Utt Anrii irtTcT mefit ka imj, f'''"Vi?jjii1'ti?fefc? Itor 2oc. otany-uruggts- t Colds, Sore in the against thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able When you have a cold you want a o UCglUUIUg-ipi- ll iyUAV;f'yw gjjj Swollen Joints, Lumbago, to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles the best medicine obtainable so as Miiiil sit at the .office of Betharumv & Sciatica and like ailments. Your of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon to get rid of it with the lea3t Lewis, in the town . of Mt. Vernon,', money bapk if not satisfied, but it gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, possible delay. There are many ... . I have a iull line of high as well as run a big water mill. Kentucky, to receive ana regiter- - does give almost instant relief. who consider Chamberlain's grade field seeds which I I wish every suffering woman would give Cough remedy unsurpassed. Mrs and proof; andv wilJ sttch claims am offering at very atJ. Boroff. Ehda, Ohio, says, "Ever continue my sittings until through. tractive prices. If intersince xny daughter Ruth was G. S. Griffin. .FOR FLETCHER'S ested ask for samples and cured of a severe cold and cough ,&vXefZgZ& M. C. R. C. C. I by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy prices. two yea-- s ago, I have felt kindly W. A Sluggish Liver Jnkeds disposed toward the manu.WHOOPING COUGH. LEXINGTON. KY. Attention. facturers of jhat preparation. knows the effect I know of nothing so quick to a trial I still use Cardui when. I feel a little bad, Let your Liver get torpid and of Pine Forests on Coughs. Dr. relieve a cough or cure a cold. '' and it always does me good." you are in for a spell of 'misery. Bell'.s is a remedy :x&3-c$3!For sale by AllDaalers. Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, Everybody gets an attack-- ,now w,hich brings quick relief for of and tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc, are sure signs of woman. of people and then. Thousands Whoofiing 'lough, losens the Conover ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's ana active jgnd. mucous, sdbthes the lining ot the keep their Livers tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui Granite Monuments of all healthy bj using Dr.- KingsNw throat and lungs and makes the BETHURUM & LEWIS for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing Lifa Pills. Fine for the stomrs MT. vernon; ky, coughing spells less severe. A Estimates furnished kinds. women for more than fifty years. Stop the Dizziness, Con- family with growing children Attorneys at Law too. Fron tRooms over Baker's Store on application. stipation, BUigusness and Indi- should not be without it. Keep it Phone 49-Offices in Bethurum Bldg. 164 gestion. Clear the blood. Only handy for all Coughs and Colds. GEO. OWENS Propr. ft at your Druggists. 25c. Will practice in all the Courts. 25c. at your Druggist. ymj mj MJ KM) KM) SMi. sm) mi m) M) m) Pone 112 The Allen 34 Price, $895 these -en-pin- e, left-ha- 12-In- ch A Tennesse concrete culvert firm had a representative here last rceek, looking for a location to put in a plant for the manufacture of concrete sewer and culvert pipe, which are in sizes from 6 inches to 4 feet in diameter, two foot joints. The visitor was well pleased with the situation and conveniences here for their work. It is proposed to furrrsta this and a number of surrounding counties culverts tor trie many new good roads that will be constructed within the next few years. The class of material from which these culverts are made produces an output far superior to the crimpt sheetiron pipe and at a less cost. Rockcastle is an ideal location for such a plant and there is a good prospe t of its being lo cated here. The matter will be decided within next 30 days. T Children Cry for Fletcher's per-SJF7-jl- Z5L -- od What is CASTORIA - CASTORIA Kenton Motors Co. The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 WHEN YOU jc&x&x ymyxxx'j GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER rod head WANT Genera! Merchandise co toi za Farm Implements JONAS IMcKENZlE T xxoc tisa VA l, 'XfiSfX well-know- flr . . $F ;zs TAX SALE ht-J- 1A3L5 HOME LIFE usua-custom- iZ very-da- y D rugs " 50e We Kr.r. " . than o thing UNDERTAKER . "-'.-Si. -- CASTOR A i Yours &&K CHAS. fipsara& rvi,m C DAVIS &umim& S W. A. aaggSg Jg"' kkStaMkMM - eox,i ia-a- I -- mm w i h. - rf- "iy''y VOi.JJyg; It Always Helps -- Field Seed 1 -- Bush Nelson Children Cry O APS T O R A Well-everyone Pjne-Tar-Hon- CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Get a Bottle Today! e Manufacturer PH Dentiflg S. - sfKjyajGyGjCi .. . ii lg , yfr I