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Mount Vernon signal: April 30, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915043001_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: April 30, 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. PubJshed Every Friday VOLUME XXVIII. MT. VERNON, Irtiitl ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY APR. 30 , &-- & lliiuiL 1915 vice-president Established 1887 NUMBER 29 election of James Maret of Mt. Vernon, "father" of the "Boone Way" project as president; W. O. Mclntyre, of Danville, A vn? lira J $ ! and a secretary and treasurer to be appointed by president. Judge L W. Bethurum was chosen chairman of the meeting in the evening, and made a model presiding officer. The Commercial Club and the people of Mt. Vernon gave all who came a royal welcome and hospit-- j able homes were opened for the reception and entertainment of their Whoso CUSTOMERS Interests Hre First and Poromost Every Transaction in this Bank is for the best Interest o our D) With Ua J fl g I I i I v Iv V lEUEKSKEEfiUSLIHOFE GPEffmfflffltf The Style MODEL WAIIK A new Spring model for men that's as comfortable as it is smart. guests. At a meeting held in Masonic building in the afternoon Will Severance, secretary of the Stanford Commercial Club, stated the object of the presence of theStan-foa- d gentlemen. He was followed by James Maret, secretary-treas- ., of the Boone Way, and the real "father of good roads" in the mountains. Mr. John W. Brown was made chairman ot the meeting and after his brief, but pointed talk, Hon. Harvey Helm, Rev. D. M, Walker, Judge James P. Baily, T. J. Hill, Dr. E. J. Brown C E. Tate, W. B. McKlnney of Stanford, Edgar Albright, editor ol the Mt. Vernon Signal, and Dr. W. E. Graveley cf Brodhead, made speeches. All were enthusiastic for the Boone Way and heartily commended the excellent work of Mr. James Maret. Among thase who went up from hfire were Judge J. P. Baily, D. D. Carrico, J. W. Acey, E. T. Pence, J. W. Rochester, Sam Robinson, Harvey Helm, George H. Farris, W. B. McKinney, Geo. P. Bright, R. T. Bruce, I. M. Bruce, J. E. Bruce, W. H. Wearren, Thurman K. Tudor, Wm. Fields, C. E. Tate John Fields, J. L. Beazley, Geo. F. DeBorde. J. M. Carter, T. M. Pennington, A L. Pence, T. J. Hill, Jr., E. B. Campbell, J. S. Hocker, Ed Wilkenson, Dr. E. J. Brown, Jnck Rout, D. M. Walker W. M. Duncan, Will Severance, and E. C. Walton. Dr. W. E. Giavelyand R. H. Hamm joined the Stanford Boosters at Brodhead Commercial and wore Stanford Club badges. Bob Collier brought , up from Crab Orchard Dr. W. W. Burgin, L. L- - Sanders, J. T. Cherry and Attorney W. B. Hans) Recognizing the fact our customers, - not only require, but insist upon the best service and absolute safety We would sanction no transaction which d'd not, in every way, make for the best Interests of our cus tomer: - THE 'WINSOR" Anything not to yonr liking is far from our desire. Let us give you a start put your feet on the road to safety, com tort aud prosperity. It's an easy road to travel once you have started . o'VER. The Bank of The Bank Mt- - Vernon that takes care of it's Customers Most men want "comfort mixed with fashion7' in their footwear "Windsors" slip your feet into a pair of these Walk-Over- " and you will say they are the most comfortable " fashionable boots that you have ever tried nE$iq sh 1 For style they have the flat English effect thin receding toe with corded tip; and small leather eyelets. For comfort they have room for five toes ; low flat heels ; full tread across the ball and fitted as we know how to fit, they will not bind or slip at the back Hamra'sha sire-Fini- brighten things up about the house, Mr. Householder. It's a real wonder-workin renewing old furniture, floors, etc. er Get a brush and a can of Hanna's Lustro-Finis- h and see how you can Stains and varnishes at one application. Non-fadin- g. In patent, dull black or tan Russian --widths, $3.50,44-0- 0, .. all isfeea-an- i calf-sk- in $5.00 -- . We Sutton Give McBee Our Own And Redeem Trading Stamps 4r For Sale by ? ford": BRODHEAD Interior Journal. " Boone Way-le- ts Chas. L. Davis, Mt. Vernon's London; and by delegates from Boone Way Associmany other points along Boone pitcher, did his work fine, but, It was a great day. J. B. Everyone seemed pleased with Way. Here is what "the Interior bad no backing lrom the diaation Organization at L- B. Hilton, was up Thursday mond or field. Kentucky. Vernon, Out boys defeated Journal has to say of the meeting: their visit to Mt-- Vernon, the of last wee to see Mrs. Hil- Sparks Quarry here the Saturday night Meeting Here Apr. 26 "Good roads enthusiast from town that placed coone Way on ton, and little son, James Butner, before by a score of 17 to 12. J. all over this section of the State the map. who are with her parents, M r. W. Tate, of this place, and a Mr E. R. Gentry, our clever County talked Boone Way, Dixie Highwa and Mrs. J. R. Cass. tor a few Mullins, of Sparks Quarry, umpirApril 2Gth was another big day and good roads generally at Mt. Attornes read Mr. Maret s paper weeks - Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Rigs- - ed the same between Brodhead for big old little Mt. Veruod. For Vernon Monday. Stafford and before the Boone Way Associaby, of Preachersville section, were and Mt Vernon. The meeting ages past it has been the custom Lincoln county sent up a delega- tion meeting. See it. the guests of her brothers, John that is being conducted at the for the mountains to ask favors of tion of almost hali a hundred, Lexington. Lawrenceburg, Danand Walter Robins, last week. F. Baptist church by the Rev. Jesse the blue grass country; on this oc- while auto loads from Louisville, ville, Crab Orchard, and Brodhead Francisco was in Mt Vernon last rwrifv nfT.ii.np.nsrm. , oe;Qtp,i hv casion the asking was reversed. Lawrenceburg, Harrodhburg and sent delegations in autos. . . ... j DWalter the pastor, the Rev. A. 'J. Pike. They were requesting us to route Danville passed thru Stanford Friday on business.--Mrs- . From the number of machines Smith, and little daughter, of Crab will probably close before this let- Boone Way thru their various during the day enroute to Jim buzzing around town it appeared all Be both willing and able Orchard, were the guests of her ter appears in print. Up to this towus and cities on its way to Maret's town. Lexington and as though we were sojourning in parents. Mr. aud Mrs. J. M. time (Wednesday) some eight or Louisville, it being the first "offi Lancaster were also represented some other town or city. times to extend you such accomSaturday until ten members have been added to cially" designated highway across while Joe Bos worth headed deleOwens, from T. Metcalf, of Pineville, is a J. modations as your business jusWednesday. J. W. Tate, Claud the church, and several candidates Kentucky and is to follow as near gations from the mountain coun- chip off the old block. and Chirlie Owens and RVE A- are to be baptised Thursday morn- as practicable the line of the old ties to the east. The many words of praise, by the exp erience of your tifies. lbright were in Louisville last Sun- ing. The Rev. Beagle is a fine "Wilderness Road" from CumberFrom the very inception of the the vaiious speakers, of the good day to see the ball game between preacher, does not trouble his land Gap to the Falls city. friend who carries an account gathering a warm fight developed road word done by our townsman Louisville and Cleveland. L. B. hearers with denominational dif At the request of the Stanford over the selection of the route of James Maret, was much appreciwhich is seeking the Hilton of Stanford, and his sister ferences, but endeavors to save delegation some forty in number, the Boone way from Crab Orchard ated by that gentleman who adds Crab Or- lost souls, which should be the an informal meeting was had at on to Miss John Eva Hilton, pt Louiville. Lexington rep that a bigger portion of this sue your business. chard, were here laat Sunday and only object of any minister, in- Masonic Hall at 2:30 p. m. for the resentatives championed measures cess is due to the many ablu assistspent the day with Mr. and Mrs stead of trying to create prejudice purpose of meeting and shaking and motions designed to take the ants who aided him when aid was J. R. Cass- .- Dr. W E. Gravely by stirring up little difference-whicthe hand of our original road route via the Blue Grass capital most needed. R. H. Hamra, J. M. Adams, and Attorney Sam Hardin, of Lontends to tear down rather booster James Maret, who has while Harrodsburg, Danville, Smith than elevate. We ate glad that been on th job for past three Mr and Mrs. Marshal Lawrenceburg and other cities don, brought down the house, were in Mt. Monday. The Cable Brodhead's ministers have gotten years. The Interior Journal's along their way, fought for the di- rafters and all, wbed he meutioned heirs sold a house and lot on Maple above that kind of preaching, and report, given below covers this rect route to Louisville which will about where tre brains are found l F. L. THOMPSON, Jr., Cashier. street to Edgar Brown, of that such preachers will never re- pleasant phase ot the meeting. lead from Crab Orchard to Stan- - and what was discoverable in the !)) inn section, for $375. The Rev turn here again, Brodhead is to 1 tie regular meeting was held at ford, Stauford to Danville, thence bluegrass when wanted. A. J. Pike has made quite a record have a new depot. Such was the night beginning at 7:30 and end- - to Harrodsburg, then to Law-in- g Anecdotes mixed along with the in his collection for Home and glad news received at midnight. It proved to be rencebursr. Shelbyville and on to serious discussions kept the conin a letter Foreign" Missions recently, having from B. M. Starks, Gen'l Mgr. of the greatest meeting since the be Louisville. Compromises were vention in fine humor. collected "from North Rolling Fork theL. & N., to A. M. Hiatt ginning of agitation of this high- necessary, however, and Mr. J.S. It was a representative meeting. Gilead chur'en Wednesday. The Board of Trus- way. The program showed Judge Hocker. who was 51.11; church left in charge of Reports thru the newspapers in- will also be on tap at Crab Orchard Rheumatism Yields Quickly Hill church tees have been $72.; Mti Zion or Oak To Sloan's. putting forth L. W. Bethurumas chairman of Stanford's interests for the even- dicate that our visitors were pleas- Springs. $32; Scaffold Cane church 15; and every sort ot an etturt to induce the meeting, the duties thereof be- ing meeting, after the bulk of the ed with our little town and the reMt. Vernon is the best advertisYou can't prevent an attack of Brodhead church' 35. making a the officials to give us relief along ing discharged to a queens taste. delegates had caught the late ception .given. ed town, big or liitle in the state. Rheumatism from coming on, but total of 205.11 sent to the State this line, and this is real good C. C. Williams delivered the wel evening train for home, voted for Circuit court being in session we you can stop it almost immediately to this 'date. Board of Missions news, especially to the members come address which was done in a resolution which would take the couldn't attend as closely to the Sloan's Liniment gentlyapplied to Brodhead baseball team defeated of this board. Just how soon this the excellent manner he can do route from Creb Orchard to Stan- comfort of our guests as we would the core joint or muscle peneWHOOPING COUGH. trates in a few minutes to the inMt. Vernon here last Saturday by will be done we are not informed, such things. Splendid addresses ford, thence to Lancaster and have liked. knows the effect flamed spot that causes the pain. a score of i9 to 1, and had it not but we undetstand that orders were delivered by N. L. Curry, of Danville on to Lexington. The meeting announced to take Coughs. Dr. It soothes the hot, tender, swollen been for an error in the last half have baen placed for some of the Harrodsburg, W J. Sparks. Mt. A "meetiner.of representatives of place in Harrodsburg on April 22 of Pine Forests on is a remedy feeling, and in a very short time of the ninth inning Mt. Vernon's materials, and we are looking for Vernon, Rev. H. C. Garrison, the counties jfcfcted by or seeking has been changed by order of Bell's which brings quick relief for brings a relief that is almost teamwonld have suffered a shut ward to a new depot by the com- Danville. Senator Joe F, Bosworth the route will be held at Crab Or- president Maret to convene at Crab Whoofiing until you experience ough, losens the the father of the good roads bill, chard Springs May 14th, when the Orchard Springs on Friday May mucous, soothes the lining ol the it. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniout. The feature of thegame was ing fair. ior Middlesboro; J. T. Metcalf, Pine-vill- matter will be further threshed 14th at 2:30 p. m. the pitching of Cecil Hays for throat and lungs and makes the ment it in20c. of any Druggist and the against Golds, Sore Crab Orchard Springs meet- coughing spells less severe. A have The J S. Hocker, Stanford; Ed- out and efforts made to settle the Brodhead. a High School pupil. and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, ing will be largely attended from family with growing children win L Quarles and Dr. R. M. Al conflicting claims. Toe Ml Vernon boys were unable various parts of the state and many should not be without it. Keep it Sciatica and like ailments. Your and was FOR FLETCHER'S len, Lexington; Dr. W. E. Grave- to judge his pitching, The Boone Way Association I from other states. handy for all Coughs and Colds. money back if not satisfied, but it I ly, Brodhead; Samuel Hardin, was formerly organized by the amusing-- to see two boys fn. does give almost instant relief The question ot Dixie Higfcwry 25c. at your Druggist. NOE - Mt. -, Your Bank Must at Ask with "Peoples", h Interest On Time Qeposits Peoples Bank the-Quai- Well-everyo- ne Pine-Tar-Houe- y ble e; Children Cry CASTORIA .&. iVgMet 1 t tori--- ML VERNON Apr. 30. SIGNAL i A Friday, 19 15 3 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, : J BAKER'S 6 DESCRIPTION ONK YEAR $I.OO Advertising rates maae known on application MEMBER OF rearSellin M eans Great Buying Great Buying Means Low Buying Low Buying Means Low Prices M KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION i32i 1' ANNOUNCEMENTS. We Are Authorized to Announce JUDGE B. J. BETHUUUM as Judge As a candidate for of the 2Sth 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 1913. We Are Authorized to Announce Dr. W. C. BLACK As a candidate for State Senator for the 17th Senatorial District, subject to the Republican party, August primary 1915 We Are Authoriml to Announce M. L. JAR. VIS as ComAs a candidate for monwealth' Attorney of the 2Sth Judicial "Dit trict, subject to ihe action of the Republican party, August Primary, 1915. Advantages Go To Customers. Pflfj ii your mtetests NOTED FOR fC this House We Are Authorized to Announce W. T. DAVIS As a candidate for Circuit ""ourt Clerk subject to the of Rockcastle County, action of the Republican primary Aug- All The New Sprin Goods In E very Line Are Here and ready FOR YOUR nMBMaaiia afwrrra ust 7, 1915. We Are Authorized to Announce T. I. NICELkY As a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County, subject to the action of the Republican primary, August 7, 1915. INSPECTION. Who is in the lead for Governor in this section is a qnestion that is being repeatedly asked. Up to this time the road question bas been paramount, but now that, that most important of all matters so far as the mountains of Kentucky are concerned, is settled, the people are beginning to iine up on certain candidates for the different State offices. In the Governor's race, it is very that the Hon. A. O Stanlt-- stands y ra I 1 Ira IS m y first in Rockcastle as well as many others of the mountain counties, and if the unofficial reports which are coming in from the different Sections of the county are true, it is safe to predict a Stanley victory in the August Primary. e've So Many Lines of Goods and so many kinds of if we can describe ods that we'll just be Gol-Darned Cumberland Cao to Loolsvi A Paper by James Marct, Read at a Meet-in- s of Boone Way Association Held in Masonic Hall, ML 3 B Vernon, Ky., April 26tb, 1915. Fellow Boosters and God Roads Folk s: I never learned to make speech es or to address audiences when I was young and I regret to say that I believe that I am now too old to begin learning the art. I am therefore obliged to do my speaking by proxy. I can do a little writing, wherein I can make myself fairly well understood, but if called upon to make any sort of an address to an audience mv ideas fly into the air ar.d 01I011 a 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 - New ""-- Things t in Furniture, W Carpets, Matting and, in fact, Just Anything You Want. Car-Loa- H IMMllllll rjuuxi l MWIIM IIIIM1IIW1IBI Mi eat nvnrK a d Pr LY rOi Xj tangent. The newspapers, and many friends, have lauded and praised my work, in my opinion much beyond its deserts, tho, like other humans, I am susceptible to credit for efforts made, and am greatly pleased to know that my attempts to assist in the betterment of our county and country in pushing the better roads question to a successful issue, on a thru highway proposition from Cumberland Gap to Lonisville, are appreciated by the people, especially our home folks, who. with but few exceptions have said nothing but kind and encouraging words in reference to my work in this great movement. Like other great undertakings there were many dark days whtn prospects for the successful plac amous'Fox Fertilizers! U, G. Vernon's 5E?553SSB5 LOAD PRICES SP?BCIAL For Car- - m t. r BAKER PSICE with auy and all road dope, and he used it. The Louisville papers were good to us, especnl mention should be made of the Courier Journal and Louisville Times and f f pflY MAKER CHARLEY This fine bay stallion, 15 hands and 3 inches high, will make the season of 1915 at my stable in Mt. Vfirnon, at $7.50 to insure a colt three months old. Walking Charley is a fine breeder and shows some fine celts. A natural walk WALKING P eattESESSESEEZZSS r jesx :EaassisaE2 that hogs pelt nailed upon the pass. This question to be determined at this meeting. I will say that I coincide with this desire and heartily approve and endorse this proposed routing as from Crab Orcaard via Stanford, Danville, Harrodsburg, Nicholasville, Lexington, Frankfort, and .Shelbyville to Louisville The newspapers, in many cases have given most liberally of their space to our cause, and to them we are greatly indebted.- - Our home paper the, Mt. Vernon Signal simply threw its columns wide open to' yours truly for past three years to use as he pleased follows : ing of Boone Way upon the map were gloomy, but our Mt Vernon boosters never faltered but kept right in the middle of the mad, when the rocks were not larger than wagon beds, "pushing on to Cumberland Gap, wh ch histoiic point will soon be access. ble owr v splendid highway from Louis-aill- t via Mt. Vernon, the "North cabin door of progress and his carcas "a bilin' in the pot " and invitations out to our neighbors to foregather aD the feast of good things to come in the way of improved highways that begin some where and go somewhere and over which traveling will be a plea'-uBA and not misery. glance at the Boone Way map, greatest work- hanging on the "north" wall of ing "Mher." The ers were naturally found in the this room indicates the route from mountain?, where there are vir- Crab Orchard to Louisville over tually no improved highways It which a majority of he delegates was simply "a ground hog cae." present seem to desire Boone Wayi We kept digging and now have to be the historic highway, should e he Cumberland," the ie original Boone Wsiy the hottest bunch of and it is known there mighty warm babies trail between the Gap ar.d the F lis City. .s'to the honors, there are enough to go around and then some to spare, for everybody worked (ail along the line) includgato to home of Boosters, them all, are some along the their splendid managers for the valuable assistance in the publicity line. The work they did was almost invaluable. The Lexington Herald, The Leader, Danville Advocate, Inteiior Journal, of Stanford; and of course all the papers on to the Gap were in the fight. Louisville nas proved, thru its Commercial Club, professional and business men to be the best friend the mountains has in any enterprise or movement tending tj the advancement of the mountain interests. See the solid vote her legislators gave to carry Bosworth's good roads bill which taxes Louisville $120,000 a year, the bigger portion of which goes into the mountain roads. Louisville financed the Kentucky Good Roads Association and paid its expenses for sending out speakers into and all over the state asking the people" to take advantage of the new road law. These things warm the hearts of us mountain-continue- d on Third Page. ing horse. James Winstead. s Bad breath, hitter taste, and a general ''no account" feeling is a sure sign rf a torpid lover. HERBINE is the medicine uaedod. It malres the hvr actice vitalizes the blood, regi itesthe bowels and restores a fine reeling cheer f I'nes of energy and Price 50c. Sold by John RjbJu dizzi-ues- feodhead, Ky. J VZ?A M r. VERNON- SiGNAL - . Str-- w Uuta bul; ur.c-- , at Fish's ) Lasl week VVaS tQe annual meer-good- s in2 of Scho1 pecple of Kentucky, burned, also the house, the In our notice of the untimely .. a house beloninus to Mr. Robins. More tuan six thousand teachers, deithofour beloved townsman No insurance wan tobommuni. and people interested in , trustees cate with SIQNAL and friend V. A B. Davis, which education from all the counties of Mrs. Annie Miller was granted tbe stttte, were issue, theie juppeareainourlost m attendance at was unintentionally left off the law license here Monday. Mrs. the grea" meeting at Louisvilie. name oi one 01 tne cmitiren, Mrs. " "- - e.i s,,enoSraliaer lor This was thegreatest meeting yet "any yea.s; worked in some AmOQK the best speakers of the J. B. McKenzie. f !be ffices m ,he state, i .One year ago, Honrv Ford made United states were there The Louisville &. N ashvillc R R. Co. la stato ncnt that if 3oo.ooo cars ,aml,w? dUbt !.f Ve5y .maav Yh great throng of people interested are being examined put up a bet in the one chief pose was an were soldlelore Augu.st ist. Igl5 TIME TABLE. ter examination than she did. It inspiration beyondpin a rebate of from S4i-$- 6o expression to would be ., . 5.04 p m 22 uortn... ...... is not Mrs. Miller's intention at the teacher. Many teachers went the this time to be active, 24 norttt . 3:56 a m allowed each owner. On in the legal to this meeting authority of Mr. Ford we are glad most ready to 23 south .... .11:39 a m work, except in connection with give up the fight, but left for their to state that this number will be .12:13 a m 21 South .... her stenographic work, but should schools with new vidons, new desold before Ju'v. she decide to give up the latter terminations, new ideas Tas. Landrum, Agent. and new BRYANT BROS Ford Agts. and devote her entire time to the Phone No. 8. The Woman's Club and Town legal profession, there is no quest- devices. Teacher, were you there? Why Enured at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoflice Board have made an effort to clean ion but that she would be a suc- not? Do you think you can re Btcond-clas- s mail matter. as up and improve the sanitation of cess. If the land deal goes and it our town, and wshes to express looks it is an assured certainty main a real live teacher and stay PERS0KAL its gratitude to the people general this time, Mrs. Miller, who now at home? Whom are people seekly for theircoonera'ion, more than holds a good position in Pineville, ing to fill the st positions and Ben L. Adkins of Williamsburg So wagons loads of trash has been will return to Mt. Vernon and receive the fattest salaries? Is it who is a special representative of removed and li'uv that the t wn have charge of the Mt Vernon of- the one who remained home? No! Men asked tne to suggest teach- - Loads boo sters. Times Star was has bee- - c:eu.e:l. we want every- fice of the Rockcastle Coal Co. the Cincinnati ers for splendid positions. But in tewn yesterday. "Go-tone to consider himself a commitSunday :School Day" they wanted wide awake teachers. Mrs. Sarah Maretof the Wildie tee of one to help keep it clean was observed in Rockcastle as section was here yesterday on her Don't burn your Ira h on front well as other Kentucky counties, Why not be one yourself and get way to visit her daughter, Mrs. stieets. Hlwsy j.ut your scraps last Suuday. Here are some of these positions? Next obout the K. E. A. was the Henry Catron, in Lincoln county. of paper in trash cm that are to be the figures, all that we have been nil F u4- n Will U.f Fa-w.s in found in several places in town. Mrs. P. H. Conover able to get so far. showing the at. Y This exhibit was much larger and wht resile Louisville last week, CLEO W. BROWN, tendance lutter than that of last year. Here was joined by her mothir, Mrs. MT VERNON Chr. Civic Com. one had an opportunity to see Smith, of Ccluuibia, who came on 64 The Stale Chr stian Endeavor Christi-twhat the other schools are doing to Mt. Vernon tor a few days visit Convention wh cl. meets over at Bpti-- t no and get new snggestions for his with Dr and Mrs. Conover.' will he one of Presbyterian Berea, May 7 or her school. A B. Stewart of the Lang-do- n the largest ever held in Kentucky Miss Did Rockcastle have an exhibit? TROD HE AD Memorial was in Louisville and about five hundred delegates Yes indeed. She won thirty dol during the week as a delegate to are expected. All de'egates will bo Christian 78 lars iu prizes as many prizes as 5 of the Woman's entertained by the people of Berea. Baptist tha Convention any county, Fayette and Jeffer43 Foreign Mission Board of the On Frida tvtni' g the 9th, Presi Methodist son included, too, if you pfease. 2iG Presbyterian church U. S A. dent Frost will give a reception on She could have won the first prize LIVINGSTON Henry Catron aid hjslawn in tluir honor. It is as a county as a whole, had the 1 24 Christian Jittle son. JacW, were here from hoped that evory Christian En- Baptist 76 rural schools been represented. J is Lincoln county farm yesterday in deavor Society Rockcas'le Presbyterian She won second as it was. The and says the chances are good lor County v ill he represented. Send judges said that 'Rockcastle had 224 the Dixie Highway from Chicago names for entona nmcut of dele- Johnetta the best exhibit there. What, 30 to Miama, Fla, passing right by gates to Miss Delia Holiday, Ber- a, Wildie 1 10 better than Fayette and the other Ky. stating when you will arrive Mt, Pisgah his farm. bluegrass counties. Yes. What I25 Charley Thompson received a Mt. Ziou 35 do you think of 'that for Rocktelephone Wednesday evening that Oak Hill 15 castle? We can do anything by Circuit Court and to his father wa very low Union Ridge the aid of the rural teachers. 104 come at once. He and his uncle, Conway 44 Then let us join hands, efforts, Circuit Court convened Mond: y F. L. Thompson, Sr. left that Fait view 85 hearts and souls, and march forbiggest court crowd, teen in night. Mr. Thompson returned The These 17 schools show an af ward to victory next year. Mt. Vernon in many years, pas last night and reported his brother tendance of 1834. here Monday, some came for court no better. HOPEWELL some because of the road meeting. HAVE YOU EAD THE CINGeorge Proctor, who. has. been Judge B J. Bethuruui is on the CINNATI TIMES STAR? suffering with a severe head bench, fee'ing fine and looking unEbb McClure went to Lancaster IF NOT, CALL ON J. R. Tuesday on business. Born to trouble for several weeks, was in usually well. Judge M. L Jar s ALBRIGHT, WHO WILL the to see a Louisvilte Wednesday wife of James Niceley, on the Commonwealth's Attorney is at DELIVER IT TO YOU 20th, a baby boy. specialist, who pronounced his his post, Dump Mr. ready for work but has EACH MORNING FOR 6 Clontz trouble not serious. His brother, had but little to do, as and children spent Satur-nigthe docket CENTS PER WEEK. Russel. who is here from Win- was light, and because of and Sunday with their the con The Times Star has the full brother and uncle, Johnie Clontz chester, accompanied him to Louis fiict in the Pulaski and Rockcastle leased wire service of the Associ- at Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Hanks of ville courts, at this time bul few cases ated Press vthe world's foremost Hazel Patch, has returned home Ezra Shivel, son of Mr. and Mrs vere set for trial . The RockcasP. E. Shivel, of Brodhead, but tle term, while intended to be news gathering organization I"--! after spending a week with friends onca ' lor cm by Calumet, addition to this service it has the and relatives at this place Miss who has been located at White-wooror daily Use In millions of kitchens has t vo weeks, will only be one week full dispatches of the Reuter Teler Ky., for several years was Viola Kinley was the guest of Miss proved that Calumet is highest not only in as the Pulaski court convenes gram Co. which is the foremost quality but in leavening potuer as well uncalled to Brodhead last week to see Clara Harmon Saturday night. failing in results pure the extreme anil next Monday. news service of Continental Eur-op- The singing at Hopewell is chang- wonderfully economical toin use. Ask your his mother who is very low. Mr. grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. GRAND JDRY and England. Theso splen- ed from Friday night until SaturShivel was in Mt. Vernon Friday Wm. Bullock, A. H. Hamliu, did advantages assure Times. Star day night. -- There for a few hours. He said his Received Highest Awards was a large hardly recover and LeeReiiner, Taylor Mullins, Ed renders of ALL of the news of the crowd attended church at Mt. mother could W.rU'i Port , world, truthfully, accurately and for his wife to Fletcher, Floyd Brock, W. B. be telegraphed TA Elpoiilioi, Pisgah Sunday. CUero. IU. m Its news and art serU. S. Berry. J. H. Carmical FIRST! come. Fin Expoii. tin, Frtac. vices make the Times-Sta- r the E M. Cummins, J. J. Ball and Jure. 1111 FOR FLETCHER'S LOCAL largest and most complete one-cen- t Baker. Chas daily in the Middle West. PETIT jury Good clothes cheap at Fish's It prints from four to ten more No. 1 Wm. Arnold, Jim Johnson, for cash. Rattlesnake Oil Liniment pages each day than any other one-ceT. J. Pennington, Garfield Clark, Dollar Shoes lor women and J. M. Norton, B C. Mink, Gus The old Indian remedy for Rheumapaper in Cincinnati. tism. Stop complaining, limber up, and children at Fish's. There are olever cartoons, read eure that Catarrah, and pain. 50c per Staverson, Lee King, J W. Par Don't The "Boone Way" Garage will sons Levy Estridge, Chas. Daily able and reliable market reports bottle. Eagle's fail to get a package of White New Blood Purifier and river news, complete and Herbs. The great secret remedy that and Geo. Murphy. be opened by Bryant Bros. 2. Chas. Lovell, Jacob Elder helpful Woman's Page, honest all the Tndian Chief's use now placed before the Public for the first time in Rev. Walter E. Frazee, oj No. Gather Philbeck, O . F. Hamm, and sincere editorials, really fun the history of the United States. It will Louisville, preached at the Christcure Kidneys, Constipation weak bladBen Riddle, Spencer Mullins, Jas. uy comics, superior short-storder. The best spring medicine that has ian Church, Sunday. Head, M. G. Noe, Luke Bowman, fiction in faa, everything that ever been used . The package will make Panama and Felt hats cleaned Wheeler Clark and Madison Mink. goes to make a good HOME news- two moths treatment and sells for $1. Any one that will ry these and reblocked at Fish's. First Hie suit of W. G: Cummins, paper to be found in its columns. lief and a cure awaits them,remedies, reas the many cleip or Ton class work guaranteed against the W. J. Sparks Co. fo You neod a paptr like this in your people in Mt. Vernon will testify. Ask I ?.", on'' Mn eT "!bo milled.layBur Calumet. It's I btkias powder. Don't I your neighbors what it done for them. ?? tcoBODicalBore WBoletcae lire best m oy Chas. L Davis, Mt. Vernon Ky. I Ctlmnet b far laperior to tour milk n J iod. ranlti. I Tomorrow there will be held an $io,ooa has had the attention of home. I bi I election of one or more Trustees the court most of the week. CumWhitehead of the Mt. Vernon Graded School. mins while employed at the Mt. his leg For Sale: Five shares ol Vernon quarry gotbetweeu broken LSI Pleased ftfl by being caught tw0of stock in the Bank of Ml. Veruon. the rok cars. ludge Kirk, o Result of Bond S. H. Martin Paintsville, was Special Judge.-Th- e Election in Whitley. jury has had the case since Whether a prospective buyer or says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in not. you are invited to give our yesterday morning, without any writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's Williamsburg, Ky. 8 15. Ford a trial. FORD quality is verdict, which is considered as To The Signal: tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I emphasized more than Ford price. almost conclusive evidence that On last Saturday, by a majority thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able of about 8 to 1, Whitley Notice: For plain sewing, there will not be any dacision. to dp any of my housework. After taking three bottles county The jury in the suit of the cast her vote in of .Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon neatly and quickly done, see favor of a bond Raleigh Medicine Co. against Mat issue of gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, Mrs. Luther Mullins, $25o,ooo for good roads as well as run a big water mill. Mt.. Vernon. Ky. Cummins for account of $1,100 and those who had packed their I wish every suffering woman would give now has the case. Court will ad. goods with the dpfermination of Jack-Leecone of the oldest journ tomorrow. leaving Whitley if the bond issue men. of this county, died at his Where e'er I travel o'er the Land, failed to carry have unpacked home on Copper Creek and was From East to farthest West. and are now content to spend the buried Sundav at the famiiy bury- The Fords I see onvery hand Are meeting every test. remainder of their lives here. ing ground, near his home. He In classic Boston's crooked street, Hiil to tbe promoters of Boone years old and a splenwas On San Francisco's hill Way. Bring your highway from There's not a test they will not meet. did citizen with many friends. a trial. I stijl use Cardui when I feel a little bad, They surely fill the bill. Lincoln to Corbin and Whitley and it always does me good." It looks like the Dixie Highway Beside the rancher's prarie home, will meet you there and connect Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, come this way. Knox-vill- e Along the Yukon's trail is sure to you to Jellico, Tenn., a distance of tired, worn-o- ut It matters not where I may roam, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanwants representatives at its I find they do not fail. ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's miles. This will be over the 30 meeting on May 4th. The Com- In a big garage, all shining bright; tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui best grade of any like distance On farms, with mud and grime; for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing mercial Club should see to it that along the whole line. Our Fiscal As taxi's, runninjr day and night, women for more than fifty years. Rockcastle t represented. A meetYou find them all the time. Court i now busy and work will ing to Ktilcct delegates should be As runabout or touring car, begin soon as possible. Business . held this eve..iiig or tomorrow The new closed bodies, too islook'tDgup and everything is Expressing trunks or peddling shoes evening. ( They're always serving you . moving with new life. rtti Hi Mt. Vernon, Ky, Apr h HT- 3 J 1915 It pays to pay cash at Fish's. F. F. Robins, wjs in town first of tIle week and reported that and trade Oliver Hopkins got his household Report of the K. E. A 79 -- -. 9 JWR . is b-- . WAY ASSOCIATION Continued from Second Page eers toward the Falls City and they, the splendid sous of these everlasting hills who never forget an injury and forever remember a kindness have advaeced the idea that that city should be honored with the extension of Boone Wav into their limits, to be the first officially routed highway across the state, and it to be named in honor of that great and famous frontiersman, Daniel Boone. I wish our delegate friends, upon returning home, will carry the idea along that Mt. Vernon "the North Gate to the Cumber-lands- " is the pushingest, loudest and the biggest little place they have yet visited, and that we wish yon to come again and often. There is no more latch strings in Mt. Vernon. All were removed along when the doois were unhing ed and set aside to facilitate the easy ingress of our welcome visitors, especially those of the good BOONE 5SK35B3 fill 6X- f uHon 1 ft O l- -l iAfe rv i : And We'll Save You Money! It's the thinking man who pays cash forall he buys '- t ' " ";. !1 He '. JSgsisy ;- - : mcM - -- J.- i knows that a hundred cents worth of work is in his every dollar He insists on honest value for each dollar spent lir-ciJ- .' PS Let us tell uou right now please and o -- mi - 1.1- A we say we've found that cash dealing is the best For buyer and seller. what put faith in n 1 3 c&m;1 to-- W H YouVe Discoverthat too, perhaps. So you can understand how we are able to put such low prices en all our Spring and Summer Suits, Shoes and everything to wear. ed fe-- 9, Ex-Sheri- ff I v,sz- - wcic-x,r;fl.'- We pay cash E' 1 . ami we've got to get t-- ih If - '(ifcw . v. u'i'4' b.4 j J that's the way Vd u t save you dollars by trading with us. We have too many Ladies' Shoes and low cuts of different styles, in sizes 9, 3, 3A ami 4 and we need the cash for them. Come in and look over the lot. Every one a bargain. SHOE BARGAINS Ti A PAIK and up -- ht 1 Sfeff ia.o.i"- K'AFS1 Straw Hats -- Half Price BIG LINK, Ml ST ALL SIZES AND STYLFS Here Is Where Your Doi.ars Do Double Duty. 1 d, We Stand Bv What You Buy e i Sig-tnan- -- Children Cry OASTO R IA Zfe tii-ea- Wm .! LBfl-Tvm1tir,.,.l-,n.T'S'?- HE r FOLLOW KE52Z y?ry; tara.i-j-T- 'i. XS2S5K nt 0 BllBrai: nt ra eu tic y VsfSn 9 asssss 5! SESbasSB alifiSM' 1ft i MUriJu if & 'I'E 1 SI 1 I K? 2 i Flooring Ceiling Siding Cornice Doors If you are thinking of building or repairing it will pay you to see Brackets Roofing KoofPaint o Hon. J. L. Much PROCTOR With lBlBllSlllfSllSiajwiiBicSifSl The It Always Helps Sash Columns Mckenzie They curry a line or" & build- ing material in stock. Lathes Plaster Cement Sand 4-2- I DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES g SPEC8M. THAIH EXCURSION tf. e, CARDUI The Woman's Tonic CINCINNATI Sunday, ROUND TRIP and &3AY RETURN 9 80-od- d FROitl JUNCTION CITY SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. Ask Ticket Agent for Particulars 1. ij iu Get a Bottle Today! til id id (i) () (n m m jSJj! C. KIEG, Pass'r and Ticket Afit zrn 101 East Main St., Lexington, Ky. $fc. v - -- T , , -- ,.- - - - ,. Mrs W. H. Burton, of Dan ville, is visiting relatives here this week. Earl Rice, who has a ..4a T"LSJ?J'- 3SSKi position in Louisville, was with Dr. W T Home foiks Sunday. who has been on the sick Great Charitable Act Executed Amx, Si a S? WS8&L list for some time, is greatly imin Louisville by the - &Z&33&iZ&&Si proved. C E. Rice accompanied "Tanlac Man" Mr. and Mis. I. P. E, Drummoud to Knoxville. Monday - We have Louisville, April 30. been asked about the whereabouts Fifty Thusind loaves of breac' of our friend, W. M. Hicks, but will be given away by L. T Coo we made Mart a soiemu promise er, the "Tanlac Man,' to the poor s nue time ago that we would reWhen you pay $895 for people of Louisville. Study main quiet for the time being and an Allen 34 you get The "bread line,'- - as this unique give him a chance to find him a facts $$95 worth of car. haritable act is termed, was in- .vife, but the time has just about The Allen 34 has an Allen 37 horsepower augurated in Louisuille Sutdtj expired, and then if he is yet pay a cent for unYou don't Weston Mott uorning and between the hours ol single I will give a full wnteup. necessary overhead expense. floating axle, mohair top and leather upholstery, lo and 12 o'clo-- k, several thous Well, we are sure havitiir some We build integrity into every Allen Warner transmission and is d ind loaves of bread weredistribut beautiful weather no.v, but we Our organization automobile. steering Kcar expand-i- r drive, strong and permanent. We are sn d to the worthy on the big vacant ned rain in this locality. The 110 inch the automobile business to stay demountable wlicelbase, ot on Walnut St , next to The farmers are using every means to riias, aluminum crank Our purpose is to make every Allen Daily Hei aid, in ample time for put out a large crop in this sec rase and aluminum transcar do its part in upholding our mission case, full equip' Sabbath dinner. tion. The two orevious years reputation for giving the greatest tr.er.t of electric iighti Mr. Cooper awarded an order with their short crops has put get. possible value for the price we and electric starter. or the 50,000 loaves of bread to them to s'udymg and now they Tin. weUlit of the car Is waiting until you If you have been 2300 los. which, with the power of the motor, insure? t .0 American Baking Conipmy. are Irving to make every edg-cu- t. could buy a strong, swift, safe, economy of operation. handsome car without paying a dolhe bread is oi the Mrs Oscar Argenbriirht very bebt We build five other zhuiIcIs, three roadsters lar more than its actual worth, the quality. aid children, after a few days 423 2t. and two touriniS cars. Allen 3t, v passenger touring carat f ng in prico from When seen at The Seelbacl. v i i t with relatives in Corhin CS7S to 1395. Rtrmers and others who live at $895, is the complete ansvvei to is stop- have returned home. a distance from a drug store where the noted visitor J. H. requirements. your should keep in the house a bottle ping, Mr. Cooper said: Browning was with home folks at In style, finish, poiver, econorty of oferatian, equipment, serviceable of BALLARD'S SNOW L1NI qualities and prne, Allen cars take the lead "I have anticipated the begin- Maywood, Monday. J. T. Omary MENT. It may be needed at ning of this work among the po r was in Louisville firstof the week. cincLau, ohX"' any time for cuts, wouuds, sores, sprains or rheumatism. It is a with ke;n interest. I have wan -- S. C, Franklin, L. & N. watch Factory Representatives for Southern Ohio, adjacent West Virpowerful healing and penetrating "A to perform some small service inspector, was here Monday. ginia Territory, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky. remedy. Price 25c, 5OC, and of this Kind in the metropolis cit Elmer Lechleiter, of Louisville, Dealers: Write or wire for agency proposition Sold by Joht of my native state, Kentucky, for was here. i 00 per bottle. He is an insurance 535?7vr5SSjcS3 Robius. Brodhead, K-- . agent and if he iusnres you, will several ears. "There:ore, the intkl order for give you so much if you are sick -Quarterly Report t ie bread, consisting of fift and a salary if you die. Mr. and t lousar.d loaves, has given to h Mrs. C. L- - Hughes has retumad Report of the condition of The American Baking Company, and from a visit with relatives in CinBen Griffin has a cinnati, Ohio Citizens Bank, doing business at the work has begun. S jj "We gave away several thous severe attack of rheumatism. G, the town of Brodhead, County of Ro kcastle, State of Kentucky at and loaves Sunday, and each time S. Griffin was in Mt Vernon last Ky B Neal Monday on business. he close of business on iath day we will meet the demands." i April 1 9 15. The sale of Tanlac, the fatuous Parker, who has been located at medicine being introdcued in Winchester, is moving his family RESOURCES COMPLETE LINE ft Fishing seems to aud Discounts 37,889 93 Louisville the personal direction to this place and Robes Coffins, Gaskets ot Mr. Cooper, is now very great, be on the boom and many of the Overdrafts, secured or TeleMail, Telegraph 270 80 and is steadily increasing. The tinny tribe are losing their lives, and unsecured up to the presDue from Banks 2,983 44 results in cases of catarrhal affec- but the best phone orders Promptly kid- - ent is C. J. Rice, who caught a 'ash on hand 2,195 18 tions, or stomach, liver and Filled r Banking House, Furni C. L. ney derangements, are really re-- , seven pound Salmon. many of Louisville's Black is visiting relatives in Lon-bes- t ure and Fixtures 4,847 56 markable, and We believe be citizens are testifying to the don this week. 48,186 91 Total " THE GREAT FAMILY GROUP fore many more weeks shall pass medicine's marvelous merits LIABILITIES Tanlac can now be bought in there will be another wedding in vrhicH consists of these three -'apittl Stock paid in, magazines all We are not guessing It. Vernon at Cbas. C. Davi-- Livingston one full year. Value of in cash 15,000 5 6 we believe that Joe will bear magazines alone, Sl.OO, md can also be olvuiued in Liv- and 9 mmm 400 urplus Fund Also any one McCall ingston at the Ctntral Crug Co's. us out in our prophecy. G. W. Pattern FREE Jrdivited Profits, less store or .it John Robins drug store Martin, after a lew day's fishing s iind taxes paid 1,125 73 here, has returned home to How i.i Brodhrad, Ky. CAllS MAGAZINE Deposits sul ject to la'id, Ky. Mrs. J. M. Foure has chrck i 25,345 68 ope 'ed up an ice cream parlor ot Quarterly Report Time De- - j Main street. Thete is quite a let (.0,315 50 josits of work being dene on he street 31.GC1 18 Report of the condition of The lately aud it violations of the town People's Popular Monthly 48,186 91 Total Bmk of Mt Vernon, doing busi- - keeps up a for the past few days (Pi&Utd (Patlisttd Montll; 25c a Yeu) a Year) 5c Kentucky ) jtate of 28 blc pacts of thrilling stories 21 bis pages or ideal home uess at the town of Mt. Vernor, our streets will soon be in good Set. reading. Lots of stories clean. and timely articles for e County of Rockcastle, State f shape. S. A. Davis, Dan Ponder, people. Special bounty of Rockcastle ) departments: Tbe McC ALL'S MAGAZINE I WlrlnB-- by noted We, R. H. Ham in and A. M Kentucky at the close of bnsiness Filord McBlure, aud thre men Helping Hand Exauiuurs; nue Edi(ruUUld f a Year) Oc , change. Woman's torials, Needle-work- , left Sunday to fish from liatt President and Cashier" of the on 15th day of April 1015 Wardrobe, lioys The Fashion Authority ofiuoie women than any othpr and special . with its features to enterfrom here to the mout of Rockand Girls, and magazine. A genuine lielp to iKiusekeeiM-rsRESOURCES ibove named Bank, do solemnly many practical tlt'iMruneiiL Hom l)rovmnkliiA Country Life. tain all the family. IIoucliolcl Ditcnieilvs t'ooklns. etc. tint lighten "9.OO8 75 castle river and to be gone for a wear that the above statement is Loans and Discounts nml have Jatcrt A Whole Year. liouevvork celeliratiil niontrRtyli', Jit. Unplit-il- McCiill The Dcst Home tor ami l'atteni. AIM. week, so you see the finny tribe Reading for the ocoiiomy. KuilioltIer ami Ivlightfiil Paper and 36 rue to the best of our knowledge Overdrafts, secured and maUo M'VI.I! Iotil in Whole Family Stones, that two hundred ilnmsim! limiiev more tlian Magazines :: :: Miss Ruth Bur- will live hard. one million, mcl belief, unsecured 720 40 Puva-nEach Kutcriler for this Ore at "Plr ruav from her first copy of of Fat Lick, Ky , after McCAIJSm-eivcDue from Banks 3,520 3I tou Putt rni. r 1M.K (valuiv tic), by t!iei letuatnl :i ill R. H. HA MM, Pres. Fondmu' a postal caidrcipitst dunir to Ibc Mcc.il! Co Siw ort, giug uiubcrand Olnnrlin.f scvcjai ffill'C t'f M laln mil iua A. M. HIATT, Cashier Cash on hand 4,539 83 ocuuiu iftan uuj o 77m unusual money-savin- g offer open to old and new subscribers tives here, h.s returned home, and Banking House, FurniSubscribed and sworn to before Act Promptly Write or Call at This Office It's Too Good to Miss me this 24th?day of April i9f5 ture and Fixtures 1,670 25 O. D. B. looks sad. W. A. Warren has returned, from Paris, after Other Assets not included JOHN ROBINS, having au operation performed in included any of above Notary Public. which his eye was removed and heads, Expenses and Quarterly Report n3 is oett'n2 along well J. P 793 93 Taxes paid Hiyse attended the sale of Jo' n $90,253 47 Total PLfa b Report of the condition of Peoples Preston, deceased at Berea Sa LIABILITIES 1 Mir" Uank, doing business at the town of Alt. F Rev. Garret Combs deVernen, County of Rockcastle, State Capital Stock paid in, livered a sermon here Monday of Kentucky, at the close of business on in cash 15,000 00 Our line of Uouch Caskets night. The services held here at 15th day of April 1915. Surplus Fund 6,500 0C is unexcellJ jjj the Baptist church, conducted by RESOURCES Undivided Profits i,728 O7 Uaad-mftd- e ( Joilins Loans and Discounts 77,768 41 Rev. Don Q. Smith and Rev. Edfurnished BSj Deposits subject to Overdrafts, secured and Ae gar G. Allen closed Suuday evenIIoar.se enl t,o all jiarts ofllSS 63,025 40 check unsecured 565 71 There ing with two additions. Due from Banks the Cou nny. 3,939 52 Motes and Bills Redis in -j- brV' in attendance at the Cash on hand 3,208 42 counted 4,000 00 weie 124 All orders by Wire Promptly Filled Banking House, Furniture Christian Sunday School, Sunday. Jj and Fixtures $90,253 47 Total 7,477 57 J. E. Woodall, of London, was Current Expenses 1,206 70 State of Kentucky ' in our town Tuesday shaidng a Set. Total 94,166 39 Mr hands with the County of Rockcastle ) Plione 94-MT. V Ell VON KY. LIABILITIES and Mrs. J. P E Drutumond went We Jonas McKenzie and W. L Capita Stock paid in, in cash 20,000 Mr Tuesday. to Knoxville Surplus Fund 2,700 Richards President and Cashier Drummouds has rheumatism end Undivided Profits 1,368 74 of the above named Bank, do Miss Ris-si- e is in very poor health Deposits snbject to check 60,097 65 solemnly swear that the above Nothing So Good For a Cough Notes & Bills Rediscounted. 10,000 Griffin of Maretburg, is visitstatement is true to the best of ; OR Coi.d. ing relatives here this waek Total $94,166 39 our knowledge and belief. .you havera cold you want ) STATF OF KENTUCKY When Mrs. G. S. Griffin and children, JONAo McKENZIE, Pres. County of Rockcastle, f Set. the best medicine obtainable as after a weeks' visit with relatives We U. G. Baker and F. L. Thompson W. L. RICHARDS. Cashier to get rid of it with the least at Mt, Vernon and Maretburg, has Jr. President and Cashier of the above possible delay. There are many Subscribed and sworn to before returned home. T. J. Pennirgton named Bank, do solemnly swear that the who consider Chamberlain's day of April. i9i5. statemont is true to the best of me this 27th above Cough remedy unsurpassed. Mrs is attenning court at Mt. Vernon My Commission Expires Feb. our knowledge and belaef . s, J. Boroff. Ehda, Ohio, says, "Ever this week asajnror. W. G. tii .ii MTwTtfTj 13 1918 U. G. BAKER, Pres. siuce my daughter Ruth was who has been in very po' r A. B. Furnish, F. Li. Thompson, Jr. Cashier :r5Ssrsa cured of a severe cold and cough Subscribed and sworn to before me Notary Public. health for som e time is able to te by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy out again. this 26 day of April 1615, Aly Commistwo yeas ago, I have felt kindly sion Expires'Feb. 23, 1918. disposed ernon toward the manuE. S. ALBRIGHT, facturers of that preparation. Notary Public. Rheumatic Pains -- Relieved. I know of nothihg so quick to Why suffer from rheumatism relieve a cough or cure a cold.'' Stomach Trouble Cured.' when relief may be had at so For s,ale by All Daalers. X Mrs. H. G. Cleveland, Arnold, small a cost? Mrs. Elmer Hatch V. of and r 'VlDEALEll in Marbles ana Pa , writes, "For some time I Peru, Ind., writes. "I have been td x x aJi.ivj v X suffered from stomach trouble. subject to attacks of rheumatism BETHURUM & LEWIS Granite Monuments of all I would have sour stomach and for years. Chamberlain's Linikinds. Estimates furnished feel bloated after eating. Nothing ment always relieves me imMT. VERNON, KY, Attorneys at Law benefited mo until I got Chamber- - mediately and I take pleasure in on application. i'ron tRooms over Baker's Store r. i Iain's Tablets After taking two recommending it to rthers." Phone 49-; Offices in' Bethurum Bldg. bottles of them I was. cured." 25 and 5o ceqt bottles. For sale GEO. OWENS Propr Will practice In all the Courts. Pone 112 For sale by All Dealers. by All Dealers. f-- y Ad Executor's : Sale ! 1 ! 50,000 LOAVES LI VINGSTON. sr: sAatTi k.mm The Allen 34 $89! these en-pi- -- left-han- 12-iie- h -- As Executors of the e3tate ol R S. Martin, deceased; we will on Thursday, May 6th 1915, at Brod head, Ky.. proceed te sell at pub lic auction to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of six months, the following property: The Machinery, Fixtures etc 'used in Manufacturing Tobacco: also about 7ooo pounds of leaf tobacco; about 1500 pounds ot Manu factured Tobacco; Two one yeai old Mule Colts; One one year olo Horse Colt; One Walter Wood Mowing Machine; One Binder; One Hay Rake; Oue Disk Harrow One Wheat Drill; One Smoothing Harrow; One large Turning Plow; One Cultivator, One Riding Oulti vator, and other articles not he mentioned. ' Notes with approved security and barin six percent in teres from date till paid, will be requii ed of all purchasers before property is removed or possession given. Brodhead, April 21st 1915. S. H. MARTIN and , W. BROWN, Executor I Children Cry for Fletcher's F0RTHEP00R The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over SO years, has borne the signature o2and has been made tinder his sonal supervision since its infancy. Y- t&ccU'Zt Allow no one to deceive you in this! are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against HxpcriinenU per-tCy-Just-as-good" 1 CASTOR What is substitute for Castor I APareCastoria is harmless a, goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fcverishness. For more than thirty years it has been iu constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrlnea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Oil, GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS rr-'- (a c4cc&Ai THE CCNTAUR COI N EW Kenton Motors Co. The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use Fop Over 30 Years YORK CITY. y&$x$x$. $ cc:C3qS3C3c ,kiM WHEN YOU WANT GRANVILLE OWE UNDERTAKER rod head General Merchandise Farm Implements CO TO f $?36e83K8r: . well-know- n :5vr3o I 1 ! I JONAS McKENZIE -- , t Hig Ciii. C. Davis o l'd r;e;l iable Mt. Vernon, Ky. v vpt-nse- i 1 Hon!il;-2- Hi if lonli'j-S- v HOME LIFE very-da- y J rugs We are determined to give our patrons better servics thh year than any bsfore. Ou-motto B.-rea- 1 FREE olioo-;- o ont-o- f tin-"- - , 11 is u improve on every- thing every minute' Anybody will show you where we are. i i UND fsm Yours respectfully, CHAS- QhonelNo. 39 C DAVIS L 'sasy.s mere-hints- . S ? " Hmbmhm Anyone can understand and operate a Ford car. Extremely simple, yet atsolutely 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 retai 300,000 new Ford cars between August 1914 and Ajignst 1915. Runabout $440; Touring Car 490 For particulars see o -- Ri-er- -- w" filaruifaclurertf) 3&c3(3cf u rnro Dentist S. ti BRYANT BROTHERS, Agt. 37rp!CXCC hy 1'-- - Or. - I L