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Cress, ROCKCASTLE first the Preachersville stock trader, was m iown 1 uesaay witn a nice drove of bogs. Mrs. Alien Hiatt, and daughter, Miss Oma Brown, were in town the first of the week to see Dr. Steinberg. Ollie Potts while working with a gasoline engine Tuesday, in some way llt rWhoa in Established 1887 NUMBER 2 8 Every Transaction In this Bank is for the best CUSTOMERS Interests Are Ffrat and Foremost Interest of our caught his arm in a wheel, breaking it above the elbow. Dr. Gravely attended him A. M. Hiatt spent a day or two the first of the week fishing, but had no trouble in bringing his catchings home with him. Miss Leva CherryJ of this place, and C H. Smith, of Conwav, were united in warrwgu mesuay. ine nnae is the youngest daughter of the late John Cherry, and a sister of J. Thos. Cherry, a merchant of Crab Orchaid. Mr. Smith is unknown to us. We wish them much happiness.-Mi- ss Berta Robinson was called home Sunday on account of the serious illness of her father, returning Tuesday. With Us We would sanction no transaction which did not in every way, make for the beat Interests of our customers . Recognising the fact our customers, not only require, but insist upon the best service and absolute foHr I 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 It's an easy road to travel once you have started . pros-penty. tiMlfl ;,Xx i II All Wool W PH ClotheWy ggr A Mrs. Ezra Shivel, of Whitewood, are with his parents here this week. His mother, Mrs. u P. E. Shivel, is very sick andDher only make off the other fellow accordin' to what you let him make off recovery is considered doubtful. Just dipping a brush into a can of you' True enough, we realize that we can only be successful in selling Robert, the seven.year-olson Hanna'a Green Seal Paint proves its of Mr and Mrs. John Bovd f nf you by giving you values that mean a saving to you. lj quality. The very feel of it tella Hiatt, had his thumb and two you its good paint fingers torn from his left-han- d, and his fingers cut in a number of places, by an explosion, Wednes .m craft Suit you really do get a big extra vafue, because the makers day afternoon, which upon exhave saved enough by scientific methods to put it back into the clothes amination of Dr. W. E. Gravely it was learned that it was a dyna in better tailoring, better materials and better designing. miteoap. The family really thought that) the boy had been shot by some one concealed gives a beautiful, durable finish that near the house, and the boy himhigher prices but we prefer to give you that extra profit and have shuts out decay and ugliness, and it self did not .eem to know what WEARS. Specified by Master-Painter- s your good hurt him. He, with his little sisup our business. ter, was playing in the back yard years. for twenty-fiv- e of his home, and while near the Forty-nin- e tints and shades. cellar door, the explosion took place. It would have been hard unlimited-t- he prices $10 to 20-- tlie beat time to look is TODAY. to have convinced the father and mother that some one had not shot him, had it not been for the fact that Dr. Gravely removed a part of the dynamite cap from his face. The sad news reached us 5 o'clock, Wednesday morning, at For Sale by that Supt. W. A. B. Davis died suddenly about an hour previousJ. B. ly from heart failure. Mr. Davis Vernon, Kentucky had many warm friends here, and his untimely death was a great shock to all. His daughter, Mrs. Walter Robins, left on the first train for Mt. Vernon. We extend our sympathy a Tha revival give and redeem our own at the Baptist Church, by the Rev. Jesse Beagle, I of Lancaster, and assisted by the Pastor, the Rev. A. J. Pike, began last Monday and will continue over Sunday. The audiences are Be both willing: and able all the seat .of the first capital. Col. large, and much interest is maniProgram, Livingston B.Y.P.U. BKOJJHEAD . times to extend you such accomTO FIX ROUTE Maret especially requests that fested. Rev. Beagle is an able "DanviUe send one or more represpeaker. Everybody are cordially modations as your business jussentatives to the meeting. UnApril 25, 19 1 5. Misses Mattie and Gertie And invited to attend these services . less the people here get busy and Missionary Meeting Japan of derson, of Covington, tifies. were with the exp erience of your Meeting of Boone Way Pro- do something, Boone Way may Today. relatives here last week. Mrs Rheumatic Pains Relieved. friend who carries an account moters W" be Held in Mt. be lost to Danville, although the 6.30 Pres. in charge John Elder and daughter. Mrs. Why suffer from rheumatism fiscal court of Boyle connty was Song Walter Brown, of near Bee Lick, when relief may be had at so Vernon Next Monday the which is seeking the first in the state to provide for Prayer were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. small a cost? Mrs. Elmer Hatch the reconstruction of that portion 6.4o Report of Membership Com. J. F. Watson last week.- - Dr. A. Peru, Ind., writes. "I have been your business. of the route which passes through Quiz on B.R.C. M. Steinbere was in T.mi,c;iia subject to attacks of rheumatism this community. 6.50 Leader of meeting in charge last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor tor years. Chamberlain's LiniProm Danvilie Advocate, ment always relieves me On Song 151. (Immanuals Praise; Francisco have moved to the J. E and I take pleasure in Now that Laurel county has BEWARE OF OINTMENTS Prayer Pastor Woodyard property opposite W. recommending voted a bond issue to secure it to others." FOR CATARRH THAT Song 41. (Immanual's Praise) E. Gravely's store. Mrs. Mollie 25 and 5o cent bottles. For sale funds with "which to construct CONTAINb MERCURY Scripture Reading-Ro- m. S. Durham, of Soarks Quarry, by All Dealers. 10: Boone Way thru that county, pro- Mercury will urely destroy the By Grace Clancy and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. vision has been made for the build- sense of smell and completely F. L. THOMPSON, Jr., Cashier. Nancy Fields. John Robins from Saturday until McFarland Memorial ing of the entire route from Cum- derange the whole system when The Old Japan By Leader. Monday. Miss Clyde Watson berland Gap to Crab Orchard. entering it through the mucous The New Japan Presbyterian Church was 'at home from Friday until surfaces. articles should Suh The only feature unsettled is the never 1. A New Government be used except on preSunday. Mrs. J. R. Cass, who establishment of the route this scriptions from reputable phyBy Mrs. J. E. Singleton has been with her daughter, Mrs. Sabbath School, 2. Material Prosperity side of Crab Orchard. All the sicians, as the damage they every Sunday, 9.45 a.m. will original protnotors favor the pro- do is ten fold to the good you By May Evans L. B. Hilton, at Stanford for the Preaching Servie, Come next Wednesday and bring demonstrated before the people of A New Social Order nastseveraUweeks, returned home posed route from Stanford to Dan- can possibly derive from them. next Sunday, 11.00 a.m. one of the precious promises from Mt. Vernon, and she has lost none By s- - E. Hillard Tuesday. Mrs. Hilton, and lit.Mo . ville, thence to Harrodsburg and Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured Men's Meeting, the liviug word. 4. xneumiceligions ot her former proficiency. son, Master Jamestfutner, acnext Sunday, 2.30 p.m. to Lexington. Col. James Maret, by Jtf. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo Mr. Michel took splendid care PRESBYTERIAN PEW FUND Nettie Rice companied her, Ohio., contrins no mercury, and Miss Miranda 0- - Jfi. Society, who is the original founder of is taken internally, acting directly 5. Christianity in Japan of Our pew fund has been consid- of the vocal end of- - the proevery Sunday, 6.30 p.m. Boone Way Way, has called a upon the blood and mucous suroay ,,m, fiy Mrs. C.E.Rice Tate has been book keeping at erably augmented as the result of gramme, and delighted the audi-enc- e Mrni meeting to be held, in Mt. Vernon faces of the' system. is the Citizens bank this week. Mr. Paeaching Service, In buying Brtakfng. with his singing. We are next Sundav. Tin n m a recital recently held, under the and Mrs. Jacob Eider are with next Monday evening at 7:30 Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you Christ ianitv and ttm rhiM.-- . of. t.Vio fVi.;..f.... pii 1 hoping to have this pleasing trio uv uv vutouinu UUUltU auspices of the church. The their daughter, n'plnMr fhr thp nnrnnsp nf Pcta.h- - get the genuine. It is take. Mrs. W, By "mally and made m Toledo, Needs cf Women inGeorgia Amyx Brown,in Louisville, this week. R. The night service will 02 the regu- progamme was carried out by Rev back with us at some future date KcMno.fi,.. mute hp,, .. .- -Japan .b ... um0f Dy F Jt Cheney & Co. lar union service held every month Geo. S. and Mrs. Watson, and as soon as arrangements can be By kucinda Hillard W. A. Carson, and son Givens. Orchard and Lexington. Win- - Testimonials free. "Send t.h r.ii, are in Lancaster naintfntr anA at the Christian Church. Rev. Rev. Carl Michel. Mr. Watson made. Chester and Richmond are making SJd by druggists. Price 75c. The Sone of Work Southern Baptist in paper hanging. Mr. and Mrs. Young will deliver the sermon. (our former pastor) pave somp vigorous efforts to have the route per bottle. Take Hall's Family Wfieklv nravpr.mAatinrr usmoivciy ;nfAi.ro.; aA nt- ..!... lurejoouug .. j: j For stomach and bowel dis- u.v..u J.aPaa Bv Pn.gfnr J. Thos. Cherry, leauiugs, anuiiis Miss John Eva pass thru- - those towns. That PilIs for constipation. ' .w Pres. in charge wivij wcuueauay uumuiuus seieuuons were among Hilton and Billie George Holdman f v. uuuiCa w,vjiiaa daox would be a joke, however, as the I iTTZ H night at 7.30. We have under- - the best. Mrs. Watson (formerly ELIXIR a remedy of genuine Report of Secretary were iu town Sunday. Frank by all means ', Boone Way should mrit. It acts quickly, Adjourn rurt TLtlOrltK 5 Brooks was here from Crab Or taken in our prayer meetings to the music teacher at Tnartnn m0. wholasomeand pleasant is rure. pass thru Harrodsburg, the oldest' to take. . .u UaA rtV.. thousands nf nrnmlcoc mni-Iai Mrs. C. E. Ric, t .w uUU xuaigc ui we lnsiru- - Price 25c and chard Tuesday. Mr. and Mra leather the ! soc per bottle. town in the state, and Danville. J w 0I uoa aDd"is prov- - mental part of programme. Her Group Papt. rUdea Frith, and daughter . Miss m to be mighty intweatin. ability as a pianist, has often blen Sold by John Robins, Brodfceadi Little Slory with a "Clothes" Moral As the farmer philospher says- - Cherry and R. L. Collier were here Tuesday after noon attending the Cherry-Smit- h wedding. Miss Tempest Ward was at home Tuesday evening. Mr. and J. Thos The Bank of Mt Vernon The Bank that takes care of it's Customers l ' You THE PROVEN PAINT d W- -. For example: When you buy a Cloth- We could in fact, sell Clothcraft at is annas GrccnScal Paint I H J 7 The variety of patterns almost LEADERS IN LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS, SHOES, DRY GOODS, FURNITURE. ilANWA'S. NOE Sutton Mt. & McBee We Trading Stamps ser-vioe- cou-duot- ed Your Bank Must at : Ask with "Peoples", ly Interest Time Deposits Peoples Bank 8-- 17 Lht t-- rK ! ,..,. 7-2- b Chwaron Cry CASTOR1A - -- .. .. lt : VL.WTMt . r- - 'i.s&j m.Sj v5i-- vii . UowlUH 0 Kentucky Rural A Farm. CO-OPERATI- VE C re d i DIRECTORS JAMES B. MCCREARY, Frankfort, Kv., Governor of Kentucky C. H BKRRYMAN. Lexington, Kv. Manager Haggin Elmendorf Stock J. L. WATKINS, Lexington, Ky.. Banker and Merchant. MORGAN O. HUGHES, Bowling Green, Kv., Banker and Farmer. T. C. RANKIN, Lancaster, Ky P. W. WITT, Newport, Ky.. President of the Central Savings Bank & Trust Company. J . M .LASSING, Newport, Ky., Bankof the Gourt of er and Appeals. ex-Jud- ge Money at 5 per cent to Farmers on 1 0, 20, 30 and 50 Year's Time This plan has been in successful operation in Europe for 147 Years. GOV. JAMES B. MCCREARY, PRESIDENT ORGANIZATION For the Farmers of Kentucky DIRECTORS JOE C. VAN METER. Lexington, Ky., Farmer and Live Stock HENRY G. Breeder. t Assn. tor. FORREST BUTTS, Carrollton.Ky., Fiimier and Coal Operator. TriOS. J. BIUSTAKb, Mt.Sterling, Ky , Farmer and Breeder. ROBERT H. SCOTT, Padueah.Ky , State Senator. L. L. DORSEY, Anchorage, Ky., Fanner and Live Stock Breeder. GEORGE D. HOPKINS, Attorney. J. L. 5.ARING, Shelby vllle, Ky., Banker and Farmer. K. ., OVERSTREET.Owens-boroFarmer and State Sena- , The at 5 per cent Interest, Table. Time Association's 50 Years9 $1000 Loan Amount of Loan Length of Term $1,000 00 49 years . Rate of Interest Annual Payments $58 00 1 $5s 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 ..y 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 $50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 $ 8 16 25 34 44 54 64 74 85 97 108 120 133 28 $99172 84 983 16 70 974 30 88 965 12 38 955 62 21 945 79 38 935 62 91 925 09 81 914 19 09 902 91 77 89123 85 879 15 36 866 64 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 $58 $50 50 5s 58 50 50 58 58 50 50 58 50 58 58 50 50 58 58 50 58 50 58 50 58 50 $146 28 $853 72 159 173 187 202 218 234 250 267 285 303 322 341 I I 68 45 91 77 15 06 43 58 22 48 38 94 840 32 826 45 812 09 797 23 781 85 765 94 749 47 732 42 714 78 696 52 677 62 658 06 27 $58 28 58 29 58 30 58 31 59 32 58 33 58 34 58 35 58 36 58 37 58 38 58 39 58 50 so 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 $362 19 $637 81 383 15 616 85 404 84 427 29 450 53 474 58 499 47 525 23 55189 579 49 608 05 637 61 668 21 so 50 50 595 16 572 71 549 47 525 42 500 53 474 77 448 11 420 51 39195 362 39 331 79 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 $58 58 58 58 58 58 5g 58 58 58 o so so so so so so 50 so so $699 732 766 801 838 875 914 954 996 1000 88 $300 12 66 267 34 59 233 41 70 198 30 04 161 96 65 124 35 85 42 58 45 13 87 3 43 57 0 00 00 $2,842 $2,450 .Note mmn- (These figures apply proportionately to a loan cf any amount.) The borrower will have the privilege of paying off the mortgage any time by giving Column No, 4 shows the amount due at the end of each year, the payment of which releases mortgage. 60 days notice. ' If you wish to become a member The Kentucky Rural Credit Association will only accept a limited number of farmers in ench county as members. from it or if you wish information, call on as only members of the Association can borrow JAMES A. YOUNG, in Mt. Vernon, Ky., during the week beginning April 26th READ BELOW AND YOU WILL UNDERSTAND MONEY FOR The strong points in favor of borrowing from the Association f are that one can borrow one-hal- FARMERS At .- 5 per cent While - They Live. the value of lands; the net rate ot interest is actually 5 per cent and the borrower knows that he can not be called upon o pay the principal except in annual payments, as provided in the contract. He may, however, pay any or all of the loan whenever it suits him to do so. For illustr.i ions a farmer and returned to him. The 2 pur cent ($2o 00) paid each vear in addition to the interest of 5 per cent being applied to the principal, with compound interest, and will pay the loan in full in 29 years, but if the borrower should wish to pay off his loan, say , for illustration, at the end of 10 years he would get credit lor $242 80 on each $looo.oo of principal, leaving a balance of 657.20 to be paid. or a total of $1700.00, which pays both principal and interest. This is a saving of exactly $9oo 00. There can be no argument as to which is best for the farmer. & Kentucky Rural Credit Association plan he borrows $looo.oo and makes 2o payments of $80.00 each This is not a new idea in the financial world at all. It has been proven out in Europe and has been in operation there for nearly one hundred and fifty years. The farmers of Germany. France, Denmark and other countries are enjoying Rural Credits, and through this means seeming long-tim- e loans at low rates of in terest. It has reached this coun- Granville Owens, Carr Singleton, Fullen Francisco " 11 " ii Julian Bordes, " " J. H. borrows THE KENTUCKY RURAL CREDIT ASSOCIATION lends money to farmers on 20, 30 and 50 years' time at 5 per cent interest. These loans are uncaliable and reducible, a small amount in addition to the interest being required each year. Whatever amount is paid annually in addition to the 5 per cent interest will be compounded at 3 per cent interest and deducted from the loan whenever paid, the borrower having the privilege of paying all or any part of the loan at any time by giving 60 days notice. 1000.00 on 4a. years' time, and keeps the money for that period of vears, and all that is required of him is to make a payment of $58 00 on each $looo.oo every year $00.00 of said payment being interest, and $8.00 of it is applied to the principal and compounded at i4 P'T cent interest-which will pay t ie principal in full in 49 years, the borrower has the right to pay off the loan at any time, however. On the 29 year plan a farmer is required to pay $7o.oo per thousand dollars (looo.oo) each year Another plan is the 2o year loan. Under this plan the farmer is required to make an annual payment of $85 00 on each of which is interest and 35 00 is credited on the principal and pays the loan in full in 2o years, if the loan is paid on the 10th year., for illustration, there vr ill be a credit on the principal of $1000.-00850.0- 0 wishes to buy or sell a farm, or on who already has" a mortgage his farm at a high rate of interest should be a member of the Kentucky Rural Credit Association and transfer his loan to it and get the benefit of 5 per cent money. Everv farmer who owns a farm and wishes to improve it, or who try, and has been approved by three Presidents and ether men of brains, and the farmers ol th s State will soon be enjoying benefits and privileges of same through the Kentucky Rural Credit Wolfe, Wildie, Kyi Cooksburg, Ky. H. M. Minks, " " Albert Allen, W. M . Bullock. Hansford. Ky. , Herbert Bullock, Sherman Chasteen, Dispntanta, Ky. W. N. Thompson, Maretburg, Ky. Wallace Laswell. Orlando, Ky. Jas. Proctor, E. F. Geuty, T. R. Muilins, " ' Spiro, Ky. Withers, Ky. oung, i $425.93, leaving a balance of $574.o7. Compare this plan with the ordinary practice of borrowing mouey. If a farmer borrows 1000 00 from local institution or individual at 8 per cent interest, he will pay in 2o yearsJl6oo 00 with interest and making a still owes the $1000.00 total of $26oo.oo, while under the to the cheap money market, and secure for him money on the same terms that rail read and other corporations secure it. The Association will act as agent for the farmer and go Among those, who have joined the Association in Rockcast'e : direct County are the following citizens for 29 years, at the end of which period his mortgage is canceled The principle involved in making these loans is the principle of life insurance reversed: You pay interest instead of premiums and enjoy the money while you live, You don't have to die to win . Dr. Walker Owens, Mt. Vernon, Ky. " " Beth u rum & Lewis, " " J. M. Norton. " " D&e Cummins, Brodhead, Ky. J. B. Ball, 11 i W. R. Anderson, A. J. Sutton. W. A. Johnson, return and remain in Mt. Vernon duri g Court week at the end of wl?-- h time the subscription list will closed for Rockcastle County. last chance J Call on Mr. James A. Mt. Vernon, Ky., who will m e 1 Court week will ptsitively be your P. ti become a member. Kentucky: Rurah Credit Association. District Organizer. J. A. YOUNG, ii f:l of Eoone castle. Laurel, Knox and Bell, given my best support, without was Louis- have pledged a bond issue for. previous to this time seeking or to build roads. desiring reward I now ask the ville that lurnished it. The Times $650,000,000 FxidaV, Apr. 23. 19 15 Courier-Journa- l also Boone Way, of course, will be one democrats to gratify my ambition, and the gave much assistance in the way of the big beneficiaries of this ac- promising if they do, to discharge Published every Friday by the duties of the office in a manner tion. of publicity and advocacy. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. In connection with the move- that will reflect credit on it and Secretarv Jas. Maret. and others Boone Way Booster Band ment started by certain interests them. of the My Democracy is unquestioned; $I.OO are making known their opposit- friendly to Cincinnati to give that UBSCaifTION ONE YEAR ion to any plan that favors Cincin- city the Boone Highway, an effort I have never faltered in ray supAdvertising rates maae known on nati at the expense of Louisville was made at the Winchester meet- port Ot its men and measures; I They point out that as between ing to arouse sentiment in favor ot have tried to live a life above reapplication Cincinnati and Louisville, the having the Dixie Highway come proach and to be of service to my Boone Way obligation is only to thru Cincinnati, Winchester, Rich- day and generation., i hav never held or sought office, but do waut Louisville mond and Cumberland Gap. MBMB1R OP to be Secretary ol State, and trust KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION One of the new roads that will my brother Democrats will give be constructed in the mountains For Secretary of me that support which will insure as a result of the wonderful revival my candi- my nomination, to be the forerunWhen I announced of highway operations will run directly north from Mt. Vernon to dacy for Secretary of State in De- ner of a triumphant election. .. W. P. WALTON. the Madison county line. Thete cember last, I stated that I did not it will connect with a road to be enter the race at the urgentsolici-tatio- n ot friends, but of my own built from Richmond. This road There appears to be little will give direct connection to volition. The fact was, nobody FOR FLETCHER'S sympathy in the mountain section Boonesboro, Winchester and other had asked me to run but the prof-ter- s of suppoitthat I immediately with the movement recently towns. It has been suggested by received and am still receiving, launched in Winchester to have the the Boone Way Boosters that this Boone Way diverted by Richmond highway be given the name of seems tc indicate that a large body Bad breath, bitter taste, dizzi 'no account" op- of voters are getting ready to urge u ess and a-- general Boone s Trail. They let their and Winchester for Cincinnati. feeling is a sure sign of a torpid me to nter. It is recalled in the mountains position be known to its being call My reasons for becoming a can lover. HERBINE is the medicine Way. Richmond figl t ed the Boone that when the three-year- s uaedod. It makes the liver active didate were that. I feel full capable vitalizes the blood,; regulatesthe was on to establish the Boone acquiesces in that opinion. Way, it was Louisville and not Cinof the good of filling the office with credit and bowels and restores a fine feeling As a consequence cinnati and tributary teiritory that roads agitation in this section, .in ability, and a desire to be real ser of energy and cheerfulness. gave financial aid in the campaign. which Louisville helped so spen- - vice to the State and party that I Price 50c. Sold by John Robins Considerable money was needed didly, four counties alone, Rook- - ( have so long and so cheerfully Brodhead, Ky. ML VERNON SIGNAL or the disseminationit Way propaganda and Men's Meeting The men's meeting will hold its next session at the Presbyterian church next Sunday, beginning 2.30 p. m. Mr. John Brown will occupy the chair. Thesubject is "The North American Indian." Four aspects of the subject will be dealt with by four members of the organization, namely from the Historic, Religious, Educational, and also from the standpoint of the feature of the American Indian. The .following gentlemen will open the subject: Messrs e, Lovell, Sparks, Gentry and These meetings are entirely free, and everyone is welcome, and invited to take part in the discussion. -- ww u 11; ifj ifj lu (i) id (i) in m (ai says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writine of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to dp any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman vould give It Always Helps State Van-Winkl- CARDUI I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-ofeelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing ut a trial The Woman's Tonic Children Cry A Sluggish Liver JSeeds CASTORI A Attention. -- Let your Liver get torpid and women for more than fifty years. you are in for a spell of misery. Everybody gets an attack now and then. Thousands of people keen . there Livers active and ' i an tfti healthy bj using Dr. King's New mi m m) mi tai iBj izj Life PilLs. Fine for the stomach, Stop the Dizziness, Contoo. For Sale: I desire to sell stipation. B'licusness and Indi any or all of my five residences the money. Mrs. E. L. Cockreu., gestion. Cleat the blood. Only , and also-- my store house in Livingston, Ky. at. your Druggists. j 25c. Liviigston, Ky. Will sell worth Get a Bottle Today! tu () () ri K' . je - -- , -- yz -- S, yr" 3 sr.r -V Mf. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky Apr 23 1915 LUUAL i,ast Friday rlicnltitt a q Indications are, there will be a big turn out at the Boone Way .occurs Association meeting Monday nighfc g . f inofr morning hadon-and a rainbow OUDT. W. A. D. URVIS Qnr1 snmRti11-nIincn- hQfiiiro-- r i f Passes Away j I the family of her former owners, Aunt Mollie Smith one of our advising that she ard her husband most respected of the colored pop- Zachariah Wallace, are pleasantly ulation, died at Crab Orchard located in Jamestown, Ohio and' have home on Main Street in that thriving city. Zick was a soldier in the Union Army and one of the Maret boys was in John Morgans cavelry. When these two happened to come home at Davis S. N. Davis, one of Lancaster's the same time no one beyond the most successful merchant's, was family was aware of it. called here Wednesday on account EPRESENTATIVKS from the of the sudden death of his father Commercial Clubs of Louisville, the Hon. W. A B. Davis. Shelbyville, Frankfort, Lexington Mesdames Ann Foster and Eliza Harrodsburg, Danville, Stanford, Walden, of Burnside, came Crab Orchard, Brodhead, Mt. Wednesday night in response to a Vernon, Livingston, London, Cor-bin- . telegram announcing the death of Barbourville, Pineville, their brother, W. A. B. Davis. and Cumberland Gap. Mr. and Mrs John Robins and will hold a meeting in Masonic pretty little daughter Mildred, Hall, Mt. Vernon, on Monday Mis. W F. Carter and Prof. Pilk-ento- n Apiil 26th at 7 30 p. m., in which were up from Brodhead there will be a reorganization of yesterday for the funeral of Mr. the Boone Way Association and Davis. the 'official" routing of the County Judge Baily, J. S. "Boone Way" from Crab Orchard Hocker of First National Bank to Louisville; it being already lo and Shelton Saufley, Editor of In- cated between Cumberland Gap terior Journal will be among the and Crab Orchard; thru the coun Stanford delegates at Boone Vay ties of Bell, Knox, , Laurel and Association meeting here Monday Rockcastle, the original good roads counties in Kentucky, (which next. Misses McFerron, have lately voted 650.00 for good Georgia Maud Rowlee, Mary Bradley, roads) working in unison with Clyde Watson, Bernice Landrum. Rockcastle the county that more Tabitha Hiatt and Mrs. Mattie than' two years since revived the Mullins and Prof. T. S. Irvine are propositiou of a National highway attending the K. E. A. in Louis- between the historic Gap and the blue grass and has pushed the ville. conclusion O. D. Brvant will go to Louis work to a successful insofar as the financial portion of vill next week to pilot the pioneer Ford automobile to Mt. Vernon. the undertaking is concerned, He will come over the Boone Way each of the counties having voted that will be routed between these bonds for the prosecution of the points at next Mondays meeting work thru their portion of the by this, at this territory to be of the roads Association to be, historic highway. The place. counties cities and towns lying beThe many friends of Mrs. Mary tween Crab Orchard and LouisWilliams, who has been confined ville are, each, anxious to secure to her room since the early fall and the routing thru their places of this most of the time seriously ill, will noted highway. Mt. Vernon, the be glad to learn that she was able home of Boone Way feels to be driven to her son's, Atty. C. to welcome the delegates proud and C, Williams on last Sunday for a from the various cities and others lew days stay. towns along the line between Cum- was m an Miss Martha Sparks automobile wreck at Harrodsburg wish to add that W have a preUy Tuesday evenine which came fair jdea that the routlng wjh De near beine a serious one For made via line where cities and tunately Miss Sparks escaped with tn,ni!uu(0,n LUUOU UllClCSl .. 1U I.UOUJ uu.i. lunula only a few ugly wounds about the the UndertakiDg and having kis. neck and face. Mrs. Sparks, went torical points 0,r mterest &0 lravel. over and brought" her home imj pubHc and t0UrIsts lhe Mtt Wednesday night. Mr.' .Sparks Vernon meeting will decide upon and daughter, Miss Frances, who the location and routing of Boone were in Louisville joined ,them at Way from Crab Orchard to Louis- Junction City. ville (after passing Danville). a nice Mid-dlesboro -- A. B. Davis. Make Fish's Cash Store your tip "No. 79" wnenwr "7r crowu is ex- - hMr1mi!irtpr(! . n t , nmo ..w A shock to our people occur- iceoiu wan toCommunl. J7 JJ .. . . wi wuu iatr with SIGNAL pected m town Monday, it being town Make yourself at home rec Wednesday morning when n rT nti7 or -vnnnct a i iMinr whether you want to buy or not it was learned that Supenn J , I UUJIl). tendent of Schools, W."A B. Davis Stanford proposes to send a del had droDt dead at thP rnilrnnrl sta . Our farmers are certainly mak- sy L, JwL-- J l$u. incr lifixr wViiIq Vit cun otiinoV i egation of 40 to Mondays meeting Vion here where he had purchased . "'at Mt Vernon to shake ine nana a t,irlif in ..vm.f. . tfcV UtlWUU n,. T.niiictili nttAnH UUl. i More nlowiiiir lias hppn rinnp thnn , ;u ... oi our Jim Maret the father of K. E. A. meetings R. R. Co. Louisville 4 Nashville in.hat city. ever ueiure tnis season. Boone Way. Hearing the whistle" of a K C. TIME TABLE. Mt. Vernon, Brodhead and LivEveryone is requested to re- train (which was somethree miles ingston, a d all other villages will '22 ucrtn. 5.04 p m move all paper etc. from streets across the country) he was under 24 nortn 3:5G a m take on a gro.vh withiu the next j and make the old place look as re the impression that it was his train 13 south 11:39 a m few years that will be a surprise spectable as possible while our for Louisville, and made a hurried 12:13 a m to the nation. II South ran to the station.wheVe ne found visitors are here next week. Did you ever ,stp to think that Agent. he had some twenty minutes to Tas. Landrum, The writer (J.M..) is under obli onr town is a mighty good place? Phone No. 8. gations to Mrs. S. D. Lewis for a spare. Talking to operator Law- An Automobile will not Bite, and that it is growing bigger, bet fine hog jowl, now if we Could find rence, Mr. Davis complained of hntere.l at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice Kick, Scare, Balk or dand er as shortage of breath and that he i mml matter, i hs the greens we would be right up to by. We have never had a boom Run Away the right with the vinegar and was subject to muscular rheuma don't want one. A sieady, solid tism and said he thought the run Thf AiitrmnV"ii1 w 10 ""- - ctarA nt other proper seasoning." i PERSONAL . .. '" li.j ..:..j 1.. growth has buuii ours. It will contiau.cviveuoruiougniouinepain. the present. It is speed, comfort Card of Thanks: To all who After being m waiting room for economy and a positive utility, J. Fish was in Cincinnati during tinue tho with greater speed: Factories willfoilow good roads. hav been so very kind and sympa- some five minutes he; tlfrew up paced as the ODedient servam of the week. thetic in our hour of bereavment his arms and exclaimed -- oh Lord, maD obeyjng imraedlately his Mrs. W. H. Cox has entirely We are simply going to have we wish to express our thanks and have mercy." fell to the floor slightest them. We have the "rood roads desire and rendering lost her eyesight. never to speak again. One of Mr. service, expenses all told, for 2 proposition landed, now for the appreciation. Casper Adams is in Etowah, Mrs. W. A. B. Davis Davis' favorite nephews, who was cents a mile that is a FORD factory and mauuuicturing propoTenn for a few days. and all the children. to entertain him, was awaiting The Ford factory and branches are sition Always something doing Miss Louana Whitehad is visithim at Louisville and when train sending out 1800 cars daily. in the mountains and the North "Uncle A Binghampton, jtf. Y. paper in ing Mrs. I. C. West in Louisville. arrived was advised of his uncle s judge, for Sam" is an excellent Gate to the Cumherlands (Mt. commenting on the pitchers he has in his service of the death. A widow and eight childLuther Mullinsand family have Vernon) stands wide open to wel more Ford cars than all other returned to Mt. Vernon to make come the tourists, business and Binghampton Base Ball Club states ren mourn the loss of their father: makes combined. that "Speedy.Boy" (Geo.) Payne S. N. Davis, No man or woman need fear to their home. Lancaster, Mrs. professional man and especially is displaying the form that im- Walter Robins. Brodhead. C. A. look into the frture. so far as George Proctor has been very the factory man. Drop in and presses the fans with the idea that Davis, Tosie and four small boys. motor expenses goes, whan buy sick for the past week, suffering make inquiries. ing a rurtjj. he is, right now, in fine shape to with his head The Ford appeals to any person Charles F. Higgins and A. H. win the pennant for them. It says Services at Christian who pauses to add and multiply, Mesdames Cleo Brown and E. Zaring of the Richmond Commer- he is handing out some fast ones Church for Sunday who looks beyond the purchase S. Albright went to Louisville cial Club were here yesterday in and showing excellent control. price and sees the volum of the Tuesday for a few days. subsequent cost. consultation with Jude Ballard Sunday School at 9.45. This Mr. and Mrs Jones Proctor of and the good roads people, relative PUBLIC SPEAKING is the day on which there will be W. B. Spivey bought of F. L. Richmond were with Mr. and Mry. to the road from Mt. Vernon to more people in the SundaySchools Thompson and S. B. Ramsey during the week. Judge S. D. Lewis Madison county line. We under of Kentucky than on anyjjrevious a house and lot on a po Miss Rose McCord spent Adams Street. stand there was nn agreement er history. We5h?a" have ' tion of the week in Knoxville at- nnde in conformity to the former uom Little wonder that first-cTas- s tending a meeting of , Presbytery. understanding that the two coun- i nation for Slate Sjepator will ad as our guest Mr. W. E. Frazee. State Secretary of the 'iSunday maple sugar and syi up are scarce. Jamie Thompson left Tuesday ties will construct roads to meet dress the people of Rockcastle Schools of the christjan Only tree is tapped for every for Frankfort to join the Fiank-for- t at the border line in the neighbor county in the interest of his can in Kentucky. He will address the five people in our population. didacy at the Court House, Mr. team of theOhio State League. hood of Boones Gap. School just after the lesson period. Counting bnh sugar and syrup. Vernon, Ky., at 1 o'clock p. m. Mrs. Sadie Moore and little Clara Wallace, colored, who was Christian Endeavor at 6:30. New York is t le leading State for next Monday, April 26th. Everydaughter, Louise, are visiting Mr. n rnmil.. In Subject, "The Bible, the World's the value of it . maple products. rf tllQ Mn and Mrs. Ben F. Eberheart in Lon- - Garrard coumy during sJave daygj body invited. A division of time Supreme Book." Ohio is s cond and Vermont third will be granted my opponents if don and who Went to Siate of Ohio, Preaching at 7:30 in the even- But Vern ont is far in the lead for Mr Alfred Walden of Danville just after close of war, some 44 they desire it. ing. Subject "Look Withi'i" maple suj ar a'ono. The maple was here yesterday to attend the years since has just written her This is our monthly union ser products ot the country are worth Tne Commercial Club met TuesV burial of his brother first letterback to a member of day night, appointed committees vice with the congregation'of the over five million dollars a year. ... -- . .- - Jesse Doty, a negro, was the first man in Jessamine county to shoot one of the newly imported ring-necpheasants. The shot cost him $75. Doty was arrested on a warrant sworn out by County game Warden William Fergu son. Doty entered a nlea that he thought the bird was a kind of chicken hawk. So far no one has attempted to molest the flock which was turned looso on Mr. G. C, Fish's farm, but for the benefit of anyone who might be inclined to do so, we want to say that the man or boy who kills one of the bunch or'even shoots into them, will get the same dose that Doty got. k Z ..7S 4f Brand SH0ES,: S,?eye?.t?.en best value for the price has been the one aim of the makers of "STAR BRAND" bKOES. To do this, a high standard of manufacture was adopted and has never been lowered namely, all leather, good stock and expert workmen. C. "Star Brand" Shoes are made by the largestshoe manufacturers in theworld in twenty-thre- e specialty factories. Large volume, close buying and specialized labor have made "STAR BRAND" value and prices possible. e dressy shoes, business and work shoes for men. some of brands High-jrady the market. from the very beginning and no line of shoes has ever had as' constant and large a sale as "STAR BRAND". CTo give the consumer the biggest and Shoes years a were first put on They were a success Jk I .-- " I I I ,.t "" 7 yA S"STA5BJANDrs"OESev.,dIliMfc & R- 'Stronger-than-the-Law". & s. V ) and t,ood . F0r woraen titen ,, "Soft My rbea?.t,i", atyyah "d refined Sr? v7r .. Se5aat,?n"' "Greatest" and For boys and zirla U famous "Tess and Ted". 2aE!& BRAND,'SHOES are the world'. SHOES ARE BETTER". ;ptrio'". "ftlgW. f ' F Up- - Vt ' blt "U -- tt ?J, ! k Cft-VfjT- f in-la- Wednesday. J. A. Davis, of Burnside, and James Davis, Q. & C. conductor were here yesterday to attend the funeral of their uncle W. A. B. and campleted arrangements for the Boone Way Association meeting at Masonic hall here ' next Monday night, which' will be at tended by representatives from the Commercial Clubs of the cities and towns from Louisuille to Cumberland Gap. If weather is suitable Louisville and cities between that point and Mt. Vernon will send delegates in automobiles probably 35 or 40 in number. HUNT ANDERSON Presbyterian church. Prayer Meeting at 7.130 on Wednesday night. Subject, 'The Triumphal Entry' .Rheumatism Yields Quickly To SLOAN'S'. You can't prevent an attack of Rheumatism from coming on, but you can stop it almost immediately Sloan's Liniment gentlyapplied to the ore joint or muscle penetrates in a few minutes to the inflamed spot CUT THIS OUT and bring to our store any time on Monday, April 26th, 1915, and we will credit your purchase, if Lsngdon Dormitory was the scene of a genuinely beautiful wedding on Thursday April 7th when Miss Hazle Rae Hunt, of Maretburg, was united in marriage to Mr. William Henry Anderson of Brodhead. The friends were assembled in the drawing room where one For Sale: Five shares rf corner had been, improvised into stock in the Bank of Mt. Vernon. an altar. From window to window S. H. Martin stretched a rope of yellow jonquils fromwhi h suspended baskets till ed with the same sunny flower. Festoons of flowers came halfway down the window sides, and ended in more blossom laded baskets, Palms and ferns were massed in the and the whole scene presented a most artistic -- hot, tender, swollen feeling, and in a very short time brings a relief that is almost un- believeable until you exoerience it. Get a bottle of Sloan's Lini- raefit for 25c. of anv Drusrist and have it in the against Colds, Sore and bwollen Joints, Lurnbasro. Sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, but it does give almost instant relief. It soothes the that causes the pain. ever a dollar, with 25 cents. We are only making this special offer for this one day to see how man people are reading our ads. and this offer is not good before or after April 26th, 1915. SPECIAL Good I Rijjinn gi MATFRIAI 1 I i . Flooring Ceiling COUPON If you are thinking of building or repairing it will pay you to see Brackets Roofing HoofPaint at J. FISH & SON for 25 cents, April 26, 1915. Siding Cornice Doors Name Address Everything New. "We Stand By What You Buy." PROCTOR Sash Columns Mckenzie They carry n line of building material in stock . & 'BSSiSifcs THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES. Lathes Plaster Cement Sand DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES Children Cry for Fletcher's back-groun- d, and soring-likpicture. Promptly at 3:30 the wedding party entered to the "strains of the e tra'-erse- d Lohengrin music, played by Miss Elsie Rhea, a classmate of the bride. The bridesmaids, the Misses Bertha V. Lytton and M. Elizabeth Gentry, led the procession. They were clad in white, wore jonquils in their hair, and carried shower bouquets of the same flower. The bride followed, gowned in Suple white mulle and wearing a long veil of tulle, fasten-edwit- h orange blossoms. She carried a boquet of white roses and sweet peas. She was met at the alter by the groom and the Rev. John M. Macmillan, who performed the ceremony. Miss Mary Rosaruonde McCord gave the bride Ilr yrf III I M i -d" The Kind You Have Always Bonght, and which has been in use for over SO years, has borne the signature of and lias been made under his per-Ccs.jCvHyZ-f-Z,- , sonal supervision since its infancy. 'rmr7rjr, Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops' and Southing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age i? its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant, use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and 'Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for ' .. -- I- popular and charming-- young woman. Is a son of.B. C. - The groom Anderson ol SpaineytKy., and has many friends thruou this section of the country. The good wishes of all their friends follow these splendid young people. -- away. After the ceremony an informal reception followed and light refreshments were served. The bride is the daughter of P. Y. Hunt of Maretburg, arid is a GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signatui The Kind You Have Always Bought In use rop uver ou Tears yT ALWAYS Anyone ca.n understand and operate a Ford car. Extremely simple, yet absolutely scientific in every detail. No need of a skilled mechanic to keep your Ford running. Each owner looks after it himself. Doctors farmers, business men, men in every walk of life, enjoy Ford service and economy, for a Ford costs, on the average, but two cents a mile to operate and maintain . Buyers will share in profits if we sell at retail 300,000 new Ford cars between August 1914 and August 1915. Runabout $440; Touring Car 490 For particulars see BRYANT BROTHERS. Agt. Misses Myrtle and Viola Hamm S. S. Hammons of BarhnnnnlU of the Quail section, were in town .is visiting William Bryant and Wednesday, sloping. family near town. Miss Ella Francis left Tuesday Fox for sale. Call' afternoon for Louisville, where W. B. Sigh an. orQw"teshe will spend a few weeks with . ... -.- " FioZEr . relatives. -- h.-. wuaie, aj. - ....- - l5r. '' r f.i If " GRmmm&t'' 1 - rv aff t'v ERT01 HC BREAD LI i Proceeds From Sale of Cele- brated Tanlac to Feed Poor . r M. Trrnnmnvi it r mcau BAKER'S in Louisville, April 23-1L. T. Cooper, the noted "Tanlac Man," will establish and maintain, at bis own personal expense a "bread line" in Louisville this winter. Mr. Cooper conceived and began executing this idea as his requietly as he performed work along the markable relief Dayton flood sufferers in 1913. Louisville will, therefore, be unique in its relation with the rest of the country, because this city trill hav. the only "bread line" outside of New York and maybe a few other larger cities of the world where the plan has been established and is now maintained by the 5. Great Sellng Means Great Buvng Great Buying Means Low Buying Low Buying Means Low Prices Advantages Go To Customers. Wlm can serve your interests better than this House NOTED FOR VALUES charitable organizations. Mr. Cooper spent the afternoon looking over several available for the ' bread line" and he will probably be prepared to today just where the work will be carried on. He has also been in communication with local bakeries, and an agreement with reference to the bread and coffee supply has been practically reached. Mr. Cooper, who is one of the most magnanimous of men. has always been in sympathy with the poor and unfortunate. The will therefore be only "bread line" another exemplification of nis nature. A large ercentage of the profits from the sale of his cele-brtepreparation, Tanlac, the medicine that is accomplishing v such remarkable results in cases r of catarrh, stomach, liver and kidney troubles, will be devoted to charity and her children in this state definitely by All The New Spring Goods In Kvery Line Are Here and ready FOR YOUR INSPEIM d PRICES LOWER a city. In commenting upon this great undertaking, Mr. Cooper said: 'Since a mere boy, I have always been inclined to help those who were less fortunate than myself, and in each city I invariably shown my sympathy for the poor by performing some service at my own personal expense that would bring a bit of genuine charity di-- 1 rectly to them. I can, therefore, imagine nothing, among the several charitable plans I now have in mind, that will prove of as much benefit as a 'bread line.' The necessary details connected with the plan will be perfected by me this week. " Tanjac, the celebrated medicine now .being introducee by Mr. Copper, can be bought in Mt. Vernon at Chas. C. Davis' drug store and can also be obtained in Livingston at the Central Drug Co's. store, or at John Robins' drug store in Brodhead, Ky. visit WHOOPING COUGH. knows the effect of Pine Forests on Coughs. Dr. Bell's is a remedy which brings quick relief for Whoofiing Cough, losens the mucous, soothes the lining ot the throat and lungs and makes the coughing spells less severe. A family with growing children should not be without it Keep it handy iorall Coughs and Colds 25c. at your Druggist Well-everyone Pine-Tar-Honey I have Than For Many Years iHHHHHHHHIiHIHIHIHHBHHIHiHHHHHHIIIHiHHHiflHillllHHiHiHIHHHHHH'iHiiBiB NfctfHH We've them here. For So Many Lines of Goods and so many kinds of that we'll just be Gol-Darn- ed if we can describe following; Men's suits a beautiful line of all the new $15 and $18 Serges for only $12.50- The New Styles in Shoes and Oxfords, The New Spring Dress Fabrics, The New Things in Young Men's Hatsj The new Neckwear and Collars for YOUng BlOOdS, The New Things L Shirts and Underwear, The example-.th- e New Things in i4 Furniture, Carpets, Matting and, in fact, Just Anything You Want. Car-loa- d American Fence at SALT For Car- Prices LOAD PRICES HOPEWELL Mrs. George Barnes and little daughter, Rissie, are numbered with the sick. Rev. Carmical filled his regular appointment at Hummel Grove Saturday night and Sunday. Born to the wife of Cecil Mnrphy, on tne 11th a baby girl. Mr. Harper of the Line Crek section, spent several days with his daughter, Mrs. Ebb this place. Rev. Carmical will preace at Mt 4th Saturday and Sunday in this month. Born to the wife of James Arnold, a girl. Mrs. Charles Carmical of this place, spent Thursday night with her father, Mr. A. Cummins at Mt. Vernon, who is seriously ill with lagrippe. Mr. and Mrs Alfred Barnes of this place, spent Satur Pis-gahrtbe The Famous'Fox Fertilizers! SPBCIAL$kif Mt. 1 place. Mrs. J - B. Cummins and son, Roy, of Mt. Vernon, spent Sunday with Mrs. Chas. Carmi cal at this place. A prudent mother is always on the watch for symptoms of worms in her children. Prleness, lack of interest in play and peevishness js tne signal lor wjhtis s CREAM VERMIFUGE, A few doses of this excellent remedy puts an end to the worms and the child soon acts naturally. Price 25c per bottle. Sold by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. Vernon's Middlesboro, Ky 4 1915. ' U. G. BAKER PRICE Bfly MAKER iaBrMKaai1 I McClurei.at I day and Sunday with the latters mother, Mrs Chris Sowder at Langford Station. Mrs. Sowder is seriously ill. Rev. Jas. Barnes who has been confined to his room sincd January 1st is able to sit up but is still very feeble. Misses Isabelle and Mamie Ping of Walnut Grove, spent Saturday night wtb. Miss Clara Harmon at this Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTOR! A FOR fiHffitt 9 Mr. Jas. Maret, Mt. Vernon. Ky. My Very Dear Mr. Maret: I thank you so much for the let- ter of congratulation over tbe out-- i come of the bond issue in the four Kencounties of South-easteragree with you as to tucky, and the greatness oi the benefit to the mountains. Our imagination can hard'y be equal to the picture of what this road movement means to our people of the mountains of Kentucky and to Kentucky, and while my good road measures played their part in this great accomplishment, yet it is to you and n your untiring everlasting energies Executors Sale ! ! ! and determination, which has done so much towards turning the seemingly impossible into an acAs Executors of the estate of tual reality. R. S. Martin, deceased, we will on Here's hoping to a long and Thursday, May 6th, lois.at Brodpeaceful life to you and yours. head, Ky., proceed te sell at pubSincerely your friend, lic auction to the highest and best JOE tf. BOSWORTH bidder, on a credit of six months, Farmers aud others who live at the following property: The Machinery, Fixtures etc. a distance from a drug store should keep in the house a bottle used in Manufacturing Tobacco; of BALLARD'S SNOW LINI- also about 7ooo pounds of leaf toMENT. It may be needed at bacco; about 1500 pounds ot Manuany time for cuts, wouuds, sores, sprains or rheumatism. It is a factured Tobacco; Two one year powerful healing and penetrating old Mule Colts; One one year old remedy. Price 25c, 5OC, and Horse Colt; One Walter Wood $1.00 per bottle. Sold by John Mowing Machine; .One Binder; Robins, Brodhead, Kv. One Hay Rake; One Disk Harrow: WALKING CHARLEY This .fine bay stallion, 15 hands and 3 vator, and other articles not here yieasou inches high, will make the of 1915 at my stable in Mt. mentioned. Vernon, at $7.50 to insure a colt Notes with approved security three months old. Walking Charand bearing six percent interest ley is a fine breeder and shows from date till paid, will be requirsome fine celts. A natural walked of all purchasers before property ing horse. James Winstead. is removed or possession given. Brodhead, April 21st 1915. Stomach Tsouble Cured S. H. MARTIN and Mrs. H. Gr. Cleveland. Arnold, . W. BROWN, Executors. Pa., writtss. ''For ,om. iimo t suffered from, stomach " tr- - nhit. Harrow; One large Turning Plow; One Cultivator, One Riding Cultifeel bloated after bating. One Wheat Drill; One Smoothing I would hscve sour stnmnrh ;i ed Nothin-benefit- CASTOR X Children Cry" FLETCHER'S FOR me until I got Chamber Iain's Tablets. After taktns? nVn bottles of them I was cured " For sale by All Dealers, i fm . - Vtf,- -